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Linux Journal Readers' Choice Awards 2012

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Software The distribution category has similar results as last year, but it shows a trend. Other distributions, many still based on Ubuntu, are sneaking up the ladder.

Linux Distros You Never Heard Of

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Linux Ubuntu this, Fedora that, Mint the newest Linux darling-- it's as though all those other hundreds of Linux distributions don't exist. Let's throw caution to the winds and seek out new distros, and boldly go where we have not gone before.

Web inventor to keynote at Linux conference

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Linux The inventor of the web, Sir Tim Berners-Lee, will be the fourth keynote speaker at the 14th annual Australian national Linux conference, the organisers announced today.

Archbang 2012.12 Review: Simple, light and fantastic

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mylinuxexplore.blogspot: My interest on Arch Linux is increasing with every passing Arch based distro review. Last week I used Bridge Linux and was fascinated by it. This week I spent considerable time in learning as well as using Archbang, another Arch Linux based operating system.

What To Expect From Linux Mint 15 (Cinnamon, Nemo Changes)

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Software The Linux Mint roadmap was updated recently, pointing out what to expect in Linux Mint 15 for Cinnamon, Nemo, MDM or Mint Tools.

Secure boot: Microsoft shows up Linux

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Microsoft It's early days for secure boot, the new method that Microsoft is using to protect its desktop turf, but it would not be unfair to say that the company has succeeded in showing up the sharply fragmented nature of GNU/Linux.

New Fedora Magazine for Users and Developers

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Linux Máirín Duffy blog today of a new Fedora magazine in the works for Fedora users and developers. Those working on this project envision content such as short, informative content like you might think of FWN for and longer form stories, interviews, and articles.

Linux is Free and it Shows

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  • Linux is Free and it Shows
  • FreeBSD news wrap up (10 December)
  • BSD Magazine (Dec 2012): Linux Jails in PC-BSD
  • Firefox OS simulator hits v1.0 as launch looms
  • Elementary OS Luna Review
  • Slax 7.0 released
  • Linux Mint 14 Cinnamon Review Part 4
  • Red Hat Named In Top 50 Companies to Work for in 2013
  • For Red Hat, Whitehurst changed his ways

Linux kernel dumps 386 chip support

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Linux Linus Torvalds has announced the Linux kernel no longer supports Intel's 80386 processors.

Interest in Linux development sliding

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Linux Linux’s 20th birthday was somewhat muted by the news that developers were less interested in the operating system.

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