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40 years of Unixview story

http://blogs.computerworld.com – Where we've been and where we're going. read more (General)

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Fat or Fit? The Penguin's Bulging Waistlineview story

http://www.linuxinsider.com – "The kernel is huge and bloated," said none other than Linus Torvalds during a panel at LinuxCon, triggering a discussion that's still generating heat in the blogosphere. Every time a new feature gets added, the problem gets worse, he reportedly said. The question of bloat in Linux "reminds me of a classic Canadian vs. (General)

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Boot Linux over the Internet!view story

http://feedproxy.google.com – A little update to what’s brewing lately in the linux world.. Much talk about booting linux over http, ie the internet. However, some work needed as it’s not as simple as turning on the power. (General)

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HP's new--kind of, sort of--Linux supportview story

http://blogs.computerworld.com – HP doesn't formally support most community Linuxes on its hardware, but it's now opening the door for users to work together to support these Linux distributions on HP equipment, read more (General)

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LiMo Revs Up for R2 Handset Driveview story

http://www.linuxinsider.com – The LiMo Foundation, a consortium dedicated to creating an open, hardware-independent, Linux-based operating system for mobile devices delivered a one- two- punch to the mobile industry Thursday. (General)

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Open source profits, proprietary failsview story

http://blogs.computerworld.com – Proprietary software has the market share, but recent financial results indicate that open-source software is where the profits will be coming in the future. read more (General)

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Red Hat Rises on Rosy Q2 Resultsview story

http://www.linuxinsider.com – Red Hat, a software distributor behind the Linux operating system, said Wednesday its fiscal second-quarter profit grew as companies opted for its products amid the economic downturn. For the quarter ended Aug. (General)

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Should Operating Systems Be Intuitive?view story

http://www.linuxinsider.com – Should computers be intuitive, requiring little to no learning or thinking? For that matter, is it even possible for them to be so? "Nothing is intuitive," said Slashdot blogger Gerhard Mack told LinuxInsider. "Think about it: We have to be taught to use a toilet, how to use a fork and how to drive. (General)

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Top 12 Linux & FLOSS advertisements & videos view story

http://www.mygnulinux.com – Surfing the net all this time on topics related to GNU/Linux, Free and Open Source Software, I came across various interesting, imaginative and some times funny videos and advertisements. Here are my favorites. (General)

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New Dell Netbook ships with Ubuntu Moblin Netbook Remix!view story

http://feedproxy.google.com – Dell will begin shipping the first netbook pre-installed with Moblin OS today! (General)

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The other 'new' Linux: Moblinview story

http://blogs.computerworld.com – While many of us are waiting to see what Google plans for its Chrome operating system, Intel and partners like Ubuntu, are giving us a quick peek at its mobile device friendly Moblin Linux read more (General)

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Dubious Google Chrome OS available for public beta testing?view story

http://feedproxy.google.com – First seen by SGLNX on JTWorld ( http://jiongtang.com/blog ), it appears that a virtual image of Google’s Chrome OS is available for testing on (General)