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Where Is My Opera for Linux?

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softpedia.com: The Opera browser has quite a following on the Linux platform, but ever since the release of the new Opera Next, the Linux users have been left out.

Working with Red Hat's Pulp team

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opensource.com: This May I started my internship at Red Hat with the Pulp team. Since it was my first ever internship, I expected I would spend the summer working in a closet somewhere, on nothing of importance, and that what I worked on would be tossed out the second I left.

Red hatters plot a new future for Fedora

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Linux Mint 15 Olivia KDE - The eyes smile doth not

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dedoimedo.com: Well, time to review Linux Mint 15 Olivia KDE. Normally, I do not review Mint releases adorned with the KDE desktop, not because there's something wrong with them, but simply because it has never been Mint's forte.

Netrunner Sprints Ahead of the Linux Distro Pack

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linuxinsider.com: By integrating classic KDE desktop performance with Web-based applications and cloud services, Netrunner 5 "Enigma," released last month, does what many distro retreads fail to do: It achieves a distinctive quality that makes it stand apart from other distros.

No distro diva drama here: Penguinista favourite Debian turns 20

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theregister.co.uk: Today Debian marks a milestone not many pieces of software last long enough to see: its 20-year anniversary.

The People Who Support Linux: Attorney Uses Linux to Aid Firm’s Data Analysis

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linux.com: Employment attorney Ahmed Minhaj first started using Linux back in 2001 because he appreciated the philosophy behind Linux and other open source projects. He was also looking for an alternative to the buggy and unstable Microsoft Windows and MS Office.

New release of elementary OS is one classy Linux distro

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networkworld.com: There are a lot of Linux Distributions in this world of ours, with a large percentage of them releasing new, major versions at least once (if not twice) per year. Luna, the latest version of the elementary OS, is a unique take on Linux.

Red Hat CEO: Go Ahead, Copy Our Software

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readwrite.com: While most companies fight copycats, Red Hat embraces its top clone, CentOS. Here's how that helps it fight real enemies like VMware.

Torvalds frustrated at missing simultaneous release

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theregister.co.uk: Linus Torvalds has issued release candidate five for Linux 3.11, but is a little upset with the fact the final release missed a serendipitous anniversary.

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Leftovers: Ubuntu

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