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significant events in Linux's 20-year history

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Russian Linux: Simply Works!

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linuxblog.darkduck: This is distribution which is based on the core of Alt Linux. Alt Linux is commercial product which is marketed in Russia for use in schools and government organisation.

Linux Is Dead...and My Students See Dead Linux!

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linuxmigrante.blogspot: Some of my students grinned when they saw my system projected on the whiteboard. Evidently, they recognized it was not Microsoft's doing... And then, came the question... No, it wasn't "teacher, is that Linux?"

CentOS 6 is finally deployed

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Linux Believe it or not, I have finally included CentOS in my home production setup. After many years of unbroken hegemony of openSUSE and Ubuntu, the balance has been shattered. It is not so much a testimony of failure of either of the two, more sort of a great success that CentOS has reaped.

Linux, a second class system?

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philipballew.wordpress: I have seen a influx lately of people who use Ubuntu or have talked about their plans to use it. Whenever I hear this I will ask them why they want to use Ubuntu so I can know what people’s motives actually are for using Ubuntu.

ALT Linux 6 KDesktop review

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Linux ALT Linux, published by ALT Linux Ltd., a software vendor based in Moscow, Russia, is a distribution that originated from what used to be Mandrake Linux, now Mandriva Desktop.

Linux sites fall victim to hacking attack

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Web The Linux Foundation has pulled its sites offline due to a security breach that occurred on 8 September, which it believes was in connection with an attack on

Inside Linux Mint

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Linux In Depth: The inner workings of a distro that is redefining desktop standards

Kernel comment: The obstacle course of cooperation

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Linux Broadcom has spent a year working on its open source driver for WLAN/Wi-Fi hardware to fulfill the quality demands of the kernel developers, but now they may not even want it any more.

One Mark of a Good Distro

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Linux Everyone has their favorite distro. I try to remain neutral, but in Linux it's hard to hide your true feelings sometimes. Of course, all rivalries are supposed to be in good humor. Needless to say, I've tried a lot of distros. Some I've used a lot longer. I've found there are a few basic characteristics that make some distros better than others.

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