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But we tested it on Linux...

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lexlocilinux.blogspot: My how things have changed. When I first became aware of the advantages Linux and more importantly Open Source Software, people would look at me like I had three heads when I mentioned Linux. That was five or six years ago.

Damn Vulnerable Linux – The most vulnerable and exploitable operating system ever!

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geek.com: Usually, when installing a new operating system the hope is that it’s as up-to-date as possible. After installation there’s bound to be a few updates required, but no more than a few megabytes. Damn Vulnerable Linux is different.

POLL RESULTS: Best 2010 Linux Distro Release

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cristalinux.blogspot: Three weeks...
430 voters...
One "Champion" Distro...

What Good is it if They Don't Know it's Linux?

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linuxtoday.com: Just like Marcel Gagne said, stop apologizing for Linux! "Invisible Linux" is a loser strategy, and it's insulting.

Keeping things simple: the Linux kernel

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zdnet.co.uk/blogs: One of the huge advantages I have found over the years when working with Linux machines, is the ingenious design of the kernel itself.

RedHat Enterprise Linux 6 Beta - I can't wait

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dedoimedo.com: Do you know what will happen in 2017? RedHat Enterprise Linux 6 will still be officially supported, seven years after being introduced in late 2010. This is a good thing. But do you know what's even better?

Has Linux lost the desktop battle?

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toolbox.com/blogs: Even I have done it. I don't think you can be a Linux blogger without having done at least one post about how this year is the year the Linux desktop will take over the world. However, no matter how many people seem to write about it. The year the Linux desktop takes over the world always seems to fall through the cracks.

Zenwalk 6.4: Simple yet Awesome

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itnewstoday.com: It’s been a long time since I last took a look at Zenwalk. I’ve always had a sweet spot for it, though I haven’t had a chance to really give it a full spin in quite some time. Although I am primarily a KDE user, there’s something about Zenwalk that always keeps my attention: It’s simple, fast, and gets the job done.

Kernel Log: Coming in 2.6.35 (Part 2) - File systems and storage

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h-online.com: Direct I/O and improved out-of-space handling for Btrfs, optimisations for XFS and OCFS2, major restructuring measures for the Libata driver and extended RAID migration options are among the most important changes in Linux 2.6.35.

Fedora 14 Theme Preview

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mairin.wordpress: At last week’s design team meeting, we made a decision about the direction of the overall theme for Fedora 14′s artwork, which will affect – among other things – the default wallpaper.

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