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How Mighty Mint became one of the most popular Linux distros

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techradar.com: Interview: We speak to the creator of Mighty Mint, Clem Lefebvre

Linux Kernel 3.9 – The Kernel Column

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  • LinuxUser Kernel Column - Linux 3.9
  • Linux 3-10-rc1
  • The 3.10 merge window closes

Microsoft is lagging Linux

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  • Microsoft is lagging Linux
  • Anonymous MSFT developer admits Linux is faster than Windows
  • Dear Microsoft: Windows 8 Is Great

A little look at Debian 7.0

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  • A little look at Debian 7.0
  • Debian, the distribution of choice for LEGO designers
  • Dovecot fails during Wheezy upgrade

DistroWatch Weekly, Issue 507

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distrowatch.com: Welcome to this year's 19th issue of DistroWatch Weekly! In the Linux community there are a handful of Linux distributions which produce desktop operating systems intended for business use. These distributions include Red Hat, SUSE Linux Enterprise and Ubuntu LTS releases. The Calculate Linux distribution is another project offering solutions to professionals with their Desktop and Directory Server editions.

Debian Project News - May 13th

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Welcome to this year's tenth issue of DPN, the newsletter for the Debian community. Topics covered in this issue include: Debian 7.0 Wheezy released
and What's new in Debian Wheezy?

Feature set of Linux 3.10 defined

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h-online.com: Version 3.10 of the Linux kernel will include the bcache block layer cache that allows SSD cards to be used for caching significantly slower but higher capacity hard disks.

History of Linux: Time For Open Source Documentary

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thevarguy.com: What is the history of Linux? A $10,000 Kickstarter campaign by Brian Thomason aims to support the creation of a video on the past, present and future of Linux.

Chromebook Advances as Linux Desktop Spins its Wheels

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linuxadvocates.com: Ubuntu, ChromeOS, and SuSE, are the only commercial Distros which are marketing Linux Desktop systems. With the exception of Chromebook, none is doing measurably well in the U.S. market.

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