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Red Hat to Buy Gluster for $136 Million, Add Open Source Storage

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businessweek.com: Red Hat Inc., a provider of open source software and services, agreed to acquire closely held Gluster Inc. for about $136 million in cash to expand in Internet-based computing.

Mageia, Mandriva and IBM: Battle of Giants

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linuxblog.darkduck: My laptop is very old, so old that many people don’t even remember the model. This is one of the last models designed and actually produced by IBM before it was sold to Lenovo. So, what was the trigger that made me think about divorcing Mandriva? Why did I decide to try Mageia?

An Arch Tale

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linuxjournal.com: Dave needs a new 64-bit Linux for his primary audio production machine. What shall he do ? Read on to learn how and why he decided upon the Arch Linux distribution.

Fedora 16: Linux home for lost Ubuntu GNOMEs

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theregister.co.uk: The Fedora Project has released the first beta of Fedora 16. Dubbed "Verne" and sporting desktop artwork that echoes Jules Verne's 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea Fedora 16 is shaping up to be a worthwhile alternative to Ubuntu 11.10.

Kernel.org is back

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A Review and Endorsement of Sabayon LXDE

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mylinuxrig.com: Before moving to Lubuntu, I briefly gave Sabayon Xfce a spin. It was interesting, but there was a little bit more of a learning curve than I was prepared to commit to at the time.

Re: Rethinking the Linux distribution

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doom.co.il: This is a response to Alexander’s post “Rethinking the Linux distibution“.

They make Mageia: Samuel Verschelde

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blog.mageia.org: I discovered linux during my studies, in 2003. It was exciting to discover a whole new world I didn’t know, having only used computers with Microsoft systems on them for many years. The first distribution I installed was Debian.

Niche Markets, Linux and Microsoft

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blog.eracc.com: If you are a Linux protagonist who has been around as long, or longer, that I have, you have seen responses like these over and over as to why Linux distributions will never go mainstream on the PC desktop:

Six ways to use Linux Live CDs in your business

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techrepublic.com: Running a Live Linux CD or USB is a convenient way to perform a number of tasks when an installed OS is not necessary.

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