Monthly Archives: April 2013

Fedora 18 installation - Desktop

How to Install Fedora 18 (Dual-boot Windows)

Fedora has been around since 2003 and has been a very popular Linux operating system. Fedora is owned and sponsored by Red Hat. The purpose of Fedora is to always have the latest and greatest technologies integrated into the operating system. Because of this Fedora is not well known for being the most stable operating…

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OpenSUSE 12.3 - Desktop

How to Install OpenSUSE 12.3 (Dual-boot Windows)

OpenSUSE has been around since 2006 and have been very successful in releasing a stable Linux operating system. OpenSUSE is based on SUSE which is an enterprise level Linux. OpenSUSE can be installed as a server operating system or for just simple personal use. OpenSUSE is owned by Novell and follows a release schedule of…

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How to Install Linux Mint 14 Cinnamon (dual-boot)

Linux Mint has been around since 2006. Linux Mint is a full multimedia supported desktop operating system very similar to Ubuntu. Linux Mint is the fourth most used home operating system behind Microsoft Windows, Mac OS, and Ubuntu. Linux Mint is based on Debian and Ubuntu. This guide will show you how to install Linux…

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How to Install Linux Mint 14 MATE (dual-boot Windows)

Linux Mint has been around since 2006. Linux Mint is a full multimedia supported desktop operating system very similar to Ubuntu. Linux Mint is the fourth most used home operating system behind Microsoft Windows, Mac OS, and Ubuntu. Linux Mint is based on Debian and Ubuntu. This guide will show you how to install Linux…

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How to Install Ubuntu 12.10 (Clean Install)

Ubuntu is a Linux operating system that has a reputation for being basic and easy to use. Ubuntu was also the world’s most popular Linux operating system for the year 2012. Ubuntu is based on Debian Linux operating system and has many derivatives that come from it. Examples include: Kubuntu, Edubuntu, Xubuntu, and many others.…

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