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10 ways Linux can turn you green

How do you go green without going to the lengths of installing solar panels on your roof? If you are using Linux, or thinking of using it, you are already one step ahead of most people. Here are 10 solid ways to start thinking green in your home/IT department.

Debian GNU Linux


GNU turns 25!

Stephen Fry wishes the GNU project a happy 25th birthday! GNU stands for “GNU’s Not Unix”, and is a complete, free operating system. GreenNet proudly runs GNU/Linux on its servers.

GreenNet now offering green ultra low power Linux PC to members and home users

[img_assist|nid=4711|title=|desc=|link=none|align=left|width=100|height=72]GreenNet is now offering our members a pioneering new development in low-power computing for NGOs/charities and environmentally-conscious home users. A fully-equipped desktop computer that fits in the palm of your hand, yet consumes a mere *9 watts of electricity at peak performance*. This nifty little box will not make any noise, drain your power source or dim your lights, but it *will run on a car battery for hours!* Most desktops use between 150W-250W at peak performance! We'll leave you to do the maths...

Linux desktop training

TuxTuxYou may have heard us banging on from time to time, about going Open – kicking the Microsoft habit, and exploring the friendlier (often also safer) world of Linux-based technologies. Well there’s never been a better time to make the shift

Open Source vs. Proprietary Software

The term open source refers to software whose source code — the medium in which programmers create and modify software — is freely available on the Internet; by contrast, the source code for proprietary commercial software is usually a closely guarded secret.

Stopping software patents

Sign the FFII’s on-line petition against software patents.

Web hosting environment

Below is a brief description of the most important technical features of our web hosting environment.

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