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Commentary: Linux at Law

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law.com: Legal know-how, good communication skills and a strong (paying) client base remain the linchpins of any law practice. But another critical piece of a modern law firm is information technology.

But Linux Looks So Different…

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everyjoe.com: When migrating to Linux, some users find it easier if the desktop environment looked close enough to Windows. Why? Because the familiarity gives them enough comfort to click around and do something.

The Linux Foundation's grand new ambitions for Linux

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infoworld.com: Jim Zemlin touts desktop, mobile, cloud potential at conference, while others preview Moblin 2, next-gen kernel plans

Linux line

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Atlanta Linux Fest 2009

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freesoftwaremagazine.com: I interviewed Nick Ali, one of the great minds behind the Atlanta LinuxFest 2009. See what he has to tell us, and why you shouldn’t miss it if you’re lucky enough to be nearby on September 19th, 2009!

The year of Linux - When will it be?

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sinaisix.blogspot: Every year, there is talk of how Linux is poised to take the world by storm, and after close to twenty years of existence, Linux is still waiting for this day. I have always wondered; when is the year of Linux going to be?

Is 7 years of RHEL support still sufficient ?

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dag.wieers.com: Seven years is a long time. Most people won't know where they are in 7 years. I'm interested to find out how many kids will be running around the house in 2016 Smile However if you are responsible for thousands of Enterprise Linux servers, seven years may no longer be sufficient.

Kernel 2.6.31 to speed up Linux desktop

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computerworld.com.au: With the next version of the Linux kernel, 2.6.31, due for release soon, Linux desktop users can look forward to a faster experience in addition to USB 3.0 support and new Firewire drivers.

How to convert non-techies to Linux.

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idreamoflinux.com: Linux has come a long way and today it is ready to be used by non technical users as well. A lot of individuals are not happy with Windows and are looking for an alternative. The problem is that because these users are not very interested in computers, they are not aware of Linux as an alternative.

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