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Announcing Fuduntu 14.7

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I would like to announce the immediate release of Fuduntu Linux version 14.7. This version brings minor changes to the OS defaults, and fixes a few bugs. All changes released in the ISOs are available as updates to current Fuduntu users, so if you are already using Fuduntu and have installed the latest updates, no action is required on your part.

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What's The Fastest Linux Filesystem On Cheap Flash Media?

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Compact Flash and SD storage cards are everywhere; gigabytes for cheap in a tiny form factor. Most come formatted with VFAT. So what is the fastest Linux filesystem for these little devices?

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Mounting an NTFS drive in Debian

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As an ex Windows user, I still have quite a collection of music on my old NTFS drive that I don’t want to mess with Fortunately you can mount the drive in Linux and read and write to it as you would have done before Here I get the best of both worlds.

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Seagate Freeagent Pro: hardware that comes with proprietary software

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Getting an external hard drive for my laptop seemed like such a good idea when I first thought about it. Seagate have got a dinky little 750 GB affair, called the Freeagent Pro, with lights that go up and down when it’s having a bit of a think to itself, so I got myself one of those.

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Stable Full NTFS support in Linux At last!

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Adding full read/write NTFS support to Linux has been a story of damaged reputations, data corruptions and human ingenuity! Now after 12 years in development, there is a full driver at last! Here is a brief tutorial how to make use of it.

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