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Fedora 12 demonstrates sandbox for desktop applications

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h-online.com: Security-Enhanced Linux (SELinux) specialist and Red Hat developer Dan Walsh has souped up the security mechanisms in Fedora and SELinux by adding a desktop sandbox which he's calling "sandbox -X".

Just about 'Linuxed out"

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linuxgeeksunited.blogspot: I tried, I really did. I read all the articles. I scoured the various forums for relevant posts. I was signed up for god only knows how many mailing lists. I finally had to let it go.

LinuxCon:

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  • LinuxCon: The Little Things Make All The Difference
  • How Muppets learned to stop licensing and love the comm
  • LinuxCon: Desktop Should Be Better Than Windows

The Report from Fake Portland: LinuxCon 2009

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redmonk.com/sogrady: If you’ve been to enough of them, you know that conferences have very definite lifespans. The trajectories may vary according to variables like subject matter, economic conditions or the geographic location, but they’re all pretty much the same.

The Linux Foundation's "Community" Doesn't Look Very Community

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linuxtoday.com/blog: Here we are on Day Two of the Linux Foundation's Linuxcon, and it sure looks like the face of Linux is still a bearded one, despite the Linux Foundation's grand claims of Community. Perhaps they have a more limited definition of "community."

Does the Linux desktop need to be popular?

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theregister.co.uk: Does Linux desktop even need to be popular? There are, shall we say, differing options among the open source cognoscenti gathered in Portland, Oregon this week for the annual LinuxCon.

Mr. Torvalds, Shrink That Kernel

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  • Mr. Torvalds, Shrink That Kernel
  • Does it matter that "Linux is bloated"?
  • Linux And The 'B' Word: Bloat

Fedora Mini: A New Netbook Competitor?

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workswithu.com: For a long time, Ubuntu was the only big-name Linux distribution with a specially tailored netbook version. That changed recently with the announcement of Fedora Mini.

Linux Buffs Get Eyeful at LinuxCon Tech Showcase

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linuxinsider.com: Attendees at the sold-out LinuxCon event in Portland got to take a close-up look at some of the latest Linux technologies touted by participating companies.

To new Ubuntu users - 5 things to expect

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learningubuntu.com: Entering the world of Ubuntu for the first time is something both exciting and confusing for a new user. That's why I chose ten things which I believe every new user should keep in mind when starting to use Ubuntu.

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