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today's leftovers:

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  • DSI: Space Invaders lives again
  • Bootchart of Archlinux
  • 3% of open source software ever created use Apache Commons libraries
  • Options Alert for Red Hat Inc
  • dstat - Versatile resource statistics tool
  • Bombono DVD - Easy to use program for making DVD video discs
  • The Life Expectancy of Linux
  • Packages Installed with apt-get kubuntu-desktop
  • A new game for Linux - Out of the Park Baseball
  • Why Hasn't Linux Been More Successful? Blame Ubuntu?
  • In loving memories: Phil Lavigna (1963-2010)
  • Linux Link Tech Show #349 - Apr 15
  • TuxRadar Podcast S2E6 - Pink Ponies, naturally

Collabora Joins Linux Foundation

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Linux Collabora’s team of open source development veterans will contribute to MeeGo project

The Linux Alphabet

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Linux We've already been talking about the number of Linux distributions, and the cost, in terms of confusion that so much freedom can bring. Today I'd like to see the distributions number with a little of humor:

Linux-ready netbook touted for eight-hour battery life

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Hardware ZaReason is shipping a Linux-ready, 10-inch netbook that uses the Intel Atom N450 processor and is claimed to offer eight hours of battery life.

Don’t let gaming be an excuse to not use Linux

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Gaming I’ve used Linux almost exclusively at every job I’ve had. During those years I looked for excuses to not run Linux at home and one of those excuses was that I couldn’t play the games I liked on Linux.

You Can't Control Linux

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  • You Can't Control Linux
  • Linux Kernel Devs: We Need New Blood
  • Linux Graybeards? Yes, But Also A Wisdom Circle
  • Linux Foundation Head Says OS Can Be 'Fabulous and Free'
  • Linux never more than hobbyist's OS
  • Is Linux graying?

Ready to switch to Linux?

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Linux Tired of Windows? Ready to look for an alternative? Linux will run on most hardware, even some of the older hardware that lurks around homes and offices. Linux is also free to download.

How to switch your small or home office to Linux

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Software Regardless of how you feel about the Linux desktop, this is one area in which Linux can have a real impact, both financially and productively, and any small or home office has the potential to be transformed by just switching one application or two to their open source equivalents.

Linux: Strong and getting stronger

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Linux At the Linux Foundation's annual collaboration summit in San Francisco on Wednesday, Executive Director Jim Zemlin kicked off the event with some interesting perspectives on the state of the Linux marketplace today. The short version: Linux is going strong and getting stronger.

10 Linux rescue tools for recovering Linux, Windows, or Mac machines

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Linux When you’re dealing with a system that won’t boot, you need a robust and dependable recovery tool. Here are a few Linux tools that might save the day.

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