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Fedora and CentOS Updates, Linux for Security, and Top Seven

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Today was another interesting day in the newfeeds, so much so I can't pick just one. There were several headlines focusing on Fedora or CentOS today. Linux.com has posted a top seven distro list for 2014 and Jack Wallen says CESG recommends Linux for security. That's not all either.

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