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Red Hat's Open-Source Software Lowers Costs

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Linux Cloud computing has been compared to an electricity grid, mainly because end users can access power and services without having to set up and run the infrastructure.

LinuxUser kernel column #106

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Linux As is the case every month, Jon Masters looks at the latest developments in the Linux kernel community, including work on new architecture and ABI support, not to mention disruptions…

Linux For The Masses

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Linux As long as it doesn’t change! That’s what it feels like from everyone who wants GNU/Linux to be used. I’m in a group that’s considered outdated at best because I think everyone should know the command line, and how to really get things done. Yet, not once did I ever knock GUIs.

“I’m a Beefy Miracle” song

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larrythefreesoftwareguy.wordpress: Beefy Miracle was chosen as the release name for the May 2012 edition of Fedora. Being a man of my word, here is my version of the song.

Fedora 17 is the Beefy Miracle

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  • Fedora 17 is the Beefy Miracle
  • Testing Fedora 16 "Verne" - Beta
  • Fedora 16 Review with screenshots
  • Thoughts on being an upstream
  • Red Hat Approaches New Upside Target of $44.40

Kernel Log: Linux 3.1 approaches

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Linux Kernel version 3.1 will probably be released in the next few days. After a break of more than four weeks, Greg Kroah-Hartman has released new stable kernels.

TinyCore Linux

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  • Best Use for an Old Laptop: TinyCore Linux
  • Tiny Core 4.0 Put Together Your Own Desktop

DistroWatch Weekly, Issue 426

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This week in DistroWatch Weekly:

  • Reviews: OpenIndiana - back and better
  • News: Red Hat has its head in the clouds, is back on-line and Ubuntu is trying to attract more app developers
  • Questions and answers: A look behind the curtain, part 2
  • Released last week: Parted Magic 6.7, AgiliaLinux 8.0.0. Zentyal 2.2-1
  • Reader comments

Read more in this week's issue of DistroWatch Weekly....

Red Hat

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  • Red Hat
  • Red Hat will wait on Progress
  • Triangle CEOs back tax break
  • Video: Red Hat on CNBC's Mad Money
  • Red Hat Pays 136 Million To Enter Cloud Storage Space. Why?

Windows to Linux Considerations

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Microsoft I have been asked by several people recently, both through here and privately, about the steps involved and the decisions to be made in converting a PC running Windows to Linux.

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