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CommandLineFu: Amazing Collection Of Command Line Gems

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Linux Browse an assortment of amazingly useful commands. Whether you’re an veteran system admin or a command-line neophyte striving to discover more, CommandLineFu is a vote-driven collection of commands that serves up thousands of ideas you should have thought of but didn’t.

How to Convince Your Friends into Using Linux Without Being a Jerk

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Linux Many Linux users have already tried to coax their friends and family members into trying out this popular and newbie-friendly distro called Ubuntu. A select few have succeeded. So here, we will give you some important tips.

20 years of Linux: Looking back, forging ahead

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SUSE Linux has left quite a legacy over the past 20 years: powering the fastest supercomputers, running businesses, assisting soldiers in battle, and producing Oscar-winning movies among many other uses.

People see and want but then don't

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Microsoft People are strange. They want something new. Yet, they don't want to give up the old. They want bigger, better, faster and flashier without having to give up the known, the comfortable or the familier. In other words people want their omlets without having to break the eggs.

Red Hat promotes the community at Linuxcon

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Linux LINUX DISTRIBUTOR Red Hat gave a behind the scenes look its role in the community and a look forward into the future at Linuxcon Europe.

Linux Foundation wades into Windows 8 secure boot controversy

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Microsoft The Linux Foundation today released technical guidance to PC makers on how to implement secure UEFI without locking Linux or other free software off of new Windows 8 machines.

And: Linux Foundation, Canonical and Red Hat Weigh In On Secure Boot

Sabayon Definitely Has a Personality All Its Own

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Linux Well it’s my third day on Sabayon Linux and I must say it definitely has a personality of its own. From its snappy performance to its unusual bugs it has left a huge impression on me.

Red Hat Joins Facebook's Open Compute Project to Drive Datacenter Efficiency

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Linux (PR): Open Compute Project to use the open source development model to transform the energy efficiency of global datacenters; Red Hat CTO Brian Stevens keynotes at the Open Compute Summit

20 years of Linux at Intel

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Linux DAY TWO of Linuxcon Europe included a keynote from Intel about the last 20 years of Linux since its creation.

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