NTFS 3G - first experiences

Dual boot interoperability is an important issue when you're running a Linux OS alongside Windows. It's also quite a tricky one - we all know Microsoft aren't exactly very helpful at making it easy for dual boot users to experience the best of both worlds.

One of the problems dual booters face is trying to share files between the Windows and Linux portions of their hard drive, as ...

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30 top FOSS apps for Windows

Now obviously we love Linux (and other free operating systems) here at FOSSwire, but if you're still running Windows, or you're on a shared machine, you can still have a wonderful oasis of free software on your Windows box.

The Simple Dollar have a nice round-up of 30 top FOSS applications, and it features some awesome pieces of software.

Of their list, I reckon these ones are particularly ...

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Mandriva Free 2007 - the FOSSwire review

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For the first ever FOSSwire review, I'm going to take a look at the popular Linux distribution Mandriva; more specifically, their latest free-of-charge desktop outing Mandriva Free 2007.

Mandriva, originally called Mandrake, was born from the code of Red Hat 5.1 and its aim was to create a KDE-based Linux distribution (in those days KDE wasn't GPL, and Red Hat didn't want to include it for ...

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