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Ubuntu Wallpapers, Fedora 20 Tour, and Linux Rules!

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What started out as quite the slow news day turned out to be deceptively interesting. OMG!Ubuntu! has picked out five of the best community submissions for Ubuntu 14.04 wallpapers and Chema Martin posted a "visual tour" of Fedora 20. Bruce Byfield looks at why proprietary software isn't ported to Linux. Jack Wallen says Linux rules because it behaves "exactly how the user wants." Tonight's news also includes an announcement from the Free Software Foundation, Red Hat world's records, and the games to look forward to in 2014!

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