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LinuxCon 2009 Wrap-Up: The Continuing Benefits

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linuxfoundation.org: The first LinuxCon may be over, but the knowledge and community shared at the conference will be around for a long time.

Linux family tree, version 0.90

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ianmurdock.com: I finally got around to finishing the first cut. Here, at last, is the Linux family tree, version 0.90.

Five Linux-Compatible Online Backup and Storage Services

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Web

ostatic.com/blog: Of course, you know regular computer system backups are important and it's always a good idea to store your most critical data offsite for added security. If you're a Linux user, finding a service that's compatible with your operating system isn't easy. Here are five:

Rugged laptops (finally) run Linux

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Hardware

linuxfordevices.com: EmperorLinux has started reselling three rugged "Panasonic Toughbook" laptops (and one rugged tablet) with Linux preinstalled:

IBM opens a Linux innovation center in Kazakhstan

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venturebeat.com: IBM keeps pushing into emerging markets in an effort to encourage startups and technology adoption around the world. Today, it is announcing it has opened a Linux innovation center in Kazakhstan.

Linux fans see opportunity in Windows 7 changeover

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Ubuntu

techtarget.com: Linux runs on a tiny share of corporate desktops, but open source partisans say the upcoming release of Windows 7 and the popularity of lightweight netbook PCs could help it gain ground -- even in Windows shops.

Kahel Linux: Yet Another Philippine-made Distro

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junauza.com: A proof that Linux on the desktop is very much alive and is growing in popularity here in the Philippines is the birth of yet another distro named Kahel.

Intel Moblin 2.1 Preview

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phoronix.com: Intel has provided an early development preview of the Moblin 2.1 operating system, which we briefly tested out on a Samsung NC10 netbook. Here are the screenshots and a few more details.

The Linux Desktop - The View from LinuxCon

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linuxjournal.com: I have just finished up three days at LinuxCon in Portland, put on by the Linux Foundation. Overall, I would say it was a great success.

That Dream Formerly Known as the Linux Desktop

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daniweb.com: I will never again refer to the Linux Desktop in any of my writings beyond this post. From now on, it's the Linux User Interface.

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