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Big business buys into big Linux

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Linux The Linux Foundation's latest enterprise survey shows Linux is continuing to grow by leaps and bounds.

Linux Foundation Training Prepares the International Space Station for Linux Migration

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Linux It’s hard to get tech support 400 kilometers away from the Earth, which is why Keith Chuvala of United Space Alliance, a NASA contractor deeply involved in Space Shuttle and International Space Station (ISS) operations, decided to migrate to Linux.

Red Hat's Q4: Misses revenue but wins on earnings

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Linux Shares drop in after hours trading as the open source software provider squeaked out solid earnings but missed the revenue target.

First steps in Arch Linux

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  • First steps in Arch Linux
  • How to use scrot - a command line tool to take screenshot
  • How to Install fonts on openSUSE 12.3, GNOME 3.6?
  • How to disable IPV6 in debian
  • I made a Perl module!

Fragmentation is not killing Linux

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philliprosstaylor.wordpress: Trying to force people into roles for a collective purpose is a bit like communism, where the state forces people into jobs to build one super … ok ok I’ll stop it. My point is you can’t force people to contribute to projects they don’t want to.

The End Is Nigh For the Linux Game Tome

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Gaming The Linux Game Tome, one of the most important websites related to video gaming in GNU/Linux, will shut down on the 13th of April, according to a news post published on the website.

Microsoft accused of locking out Linux in EU antitrust complaint

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Legal A Spanish group that represents open source software users has accused Microsoft of using an "obstruction mechanism" to prevent buyers of Windows 8 computers from installing Linux-based operating systems.

Also: Ultimate PC security requires UEFI

Red Hat shares fall after analyst downgrade

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Linux Shares of Red Hat dragged the S&P 500 index back from the brink of a record high after an analyst downgraded the company amid doubts about its growth prospects.

Fenrus Linux: A Distro For Performance, Developers

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Linux Fenrus Linux is a new Linux distribution being led by a well known Intel Linux developer. Goals of Fenrus Linux include focusing upon an optimal developer experience rather than world domination and also maximizing the performance and power management of the open-source operating system.

DistroWatch Weekly, Issue 500

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This week in the 500th issue of DistroWatch Weekly (incidentally, this is also news item number 7777):

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