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Assessing the Tux Strength

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  • Assessing the Tux Strength: Part 1 - Userspace Memory Protection
  • Assessing the Tux Strength: Part 2 - Into the Kernel

Android/Linux kernel fight continues

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blogs.computerworld: You could argue that Google's Android, so popular on smartphones now, is the most popular Linux of all right now. There's only one little problem with that: Android has continued to be apart from the Linux mainstream.

Old Generals Never Die - They just Wear a Red Hat

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linuxjournal.com: The Red Hat board of directors announced a new chairman Monday, August 30, to replace outgoing Matthew Szulik. Henry Hugh Shelton, retired Special Forces general, has been serving on the board since 2003 after leaving the elite Army division.

Mark Bohannon to Lead Red Hat Governmental Affairs and Public Policy

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marketwatch.com: Red Hat, Inc. today announced that Mark Bohannon will join the company as Vice President of Corporate Affairs and Global Public Policy on Oct. 1, 2010.

Migrating a Small Business To Linux

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earthweb.com: In a tight economy, it's more important than ever to make sure every dollar spent is providing maximum return. And for a growing number of small businesses, this means reexamining plans for upgrading existing servers and workstations.

Choices Choices Choices

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  • Choices Choices Choices
  • Does Linux Come in Too Many Flavors?

Even More Linux Distros That Don’t Suck

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tech.nocr.at: Following my first two distro lists; Linux Distros That Don’t Suck and More Linux Distros That Don’t Suck, I bring you the long awaited third installment in my distro lists; Even More Linux Distros That Don’t Suck.

Why Do We Love Linux?

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linuxinsider.com: When you're a fan of Linux, any blog post entitled "27 Good Reasons to Love Linux" is going to be impossible to resist. No wonder, then, that a recent post with just that title has created endless fodder for conversation in the Linux blogosphere of late.

Linux Mint Debian (201009) released

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linuxmint.com/blog: Today is very important for Linux Mint. It’s one day to remember in the history of our project as we’re about to maintain a new distribution, a rolling one, which promises to be faster, more responsive and on which we’re less reliant on upstream components.

Looking At The OpenCL Performance Of ATI & NVIDIA On Linux

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phoronix.com: In this article we are looking more closely at the Open Computing Language performance of this GF104 graphics card as well as other NVIDIA and ATI graphics cards.

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