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The year in Linux, 2006

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The year in Linux 2006 came in with a “March of the Penguins,” and is going out with “Happy Feet.” In between, the Linux and open source industry saw major changes, unexpected alliances, and tons of new products, upgrades and fixes. Here is a summary of the big Linux stories of 2006, and some others you may have missed.

January

Novell introduces its AppArmor, an open source effort to build more security into Linux and the applications running on top. Novell had acquired AppArmor the year before, and has since integrated the technology into SUSE Linux.

February

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