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Oh No, Too Many Distros?

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ostatic.com: Fossforce's Christine Hall said recently that those declaring "too many distros" are just spreading FUD and then ran a poll. Their results were surprising, too surprising. So, I ran my own poll. Turns out, my results are surprising too.

Intel's Quarky Arduino Adventure

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linuxinsider.com: With all the cornucopia of Valve-related announcements for gamers over the past few weeks, it may be difficult to imagine that the Linux world could have any more good news in store. That supremely encouraging gaming news, surely, was enough to last us a few good months here in the Linux blogosphere.

Supercomputers Still Rule… and Linux Still Rules Them

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linux.com: With the advent of cloud and virtual data center computing, are the days of supercomputers approaching an end, making them nothing more than trophies for universities and nations to show off when they have their top-ranked systems running?

DistroWatch Weekly, Issue 528

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Welcome to this year's 40th issue of DistroWatch Weekly! It's common to hear all open source projects being lumped together or to hear people talk about what Linux can do or how the BSDs work, as though all GNU/Linux and BSD variants were created equally. The truth is each open source operating system is not equivalent. This week we highlight some of these differences and look at projects adopting new technologies.

2 Reasons Red Hat Really Shouldn't Be This Cheap

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fool.com: Shares of Red Hat took a beating when the company's second-quarter report hit the newswires. But CEO Jim Whitehurst isn't worried.

Limpag: Elementary, my dear PC

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sunstar.com.ph: IT USED to be that you’d never find the words “Linux” and “easy to use” in the same sentence. But then I found elementary OS.

History of Linux: The Timeline

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siliconindia.com: Enterprises are the home for Linux operating systems. They are mostly used across servers, yet, presently, these operating systems have turned out to be so user-friendly that they have become a common sight throughout houses.

The Question of the Moment: Too Many Distros?

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linuxmigrante.blogspot: Several sites have been asking their visitors their opinion on the number of Linux distros. Results have been somewhat varied, although it seems that most people believe that the number of penguins in the wild goes from confusing to overwhelming.

arkOS: Building the anti-cloud (on a Raspberry Pi)

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computerworld.com.au: arkOS is an open source project designed to let its users take control of their personal data and make running a home server as easy as using a PC

Zorin OS 7 - The sum of all parts is average

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dedoimedo.com: We have gathered today to review Zorin OS 7, the latest edition of an Ubuntu-based distribution that prides itself at being friendly and newb-loving, which means Windows people.

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