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The Top Five Linux Stories of 2011

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Just like with networking, I looked at my five most popular Linux stories of the last year,

How to install Google’s Chrome OS
Review: Barnes & Nobles’ Nook Color goes Android Tablet
The Five Best Desktop Linux Distributions
Five Reasons why Google’s Linux Chromebook is a Windows killer
Sun CEO explicitly endorsed Java’s use in Android: What do you say now Oracle?

and while they’re all fine stories, I can’t say that they’re the most significant stories of the year. They did, however, inspire me with the ideas for my list of 2011’s most important Linux stories. So, with no further adieu, here from least to most important, is my list.

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