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Novell: This Linux OS Vendor Went to Market

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  • Novell: This Linux OS Vendor Went to Market
  • automated openSUSE testing
  • openSUSE Schools! in Nicaragua!
  • Novell vs. Mandriva: Don’t Confuse 2 Potential Linux Sales

Novell’s Markus Rex – celebrating 10 years

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  • Novell’s Markus Rex – celebrating 10 years of Linux on the mainframe
  • Novell recognized for Web support
  • Want to buy a Linux company?

openSUSE Weekly News Issue 124

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  • openSUSE Weekly News, Issue 124 is out!
  • Kernel Review with openSUSE Flavor 5/21

Novell Acquisition Bids Going Public

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  • Novell Acquisition Bids Going Public
  • Novell Accepting Acquisition Bids: Report
  • Novell: More Takeover Bids Coming?
  • Novell: 20 chances to reinvent itself

Novell seeks rich suitors

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theregister.co.uk: It looks like Novell has formally put itself up for sale after rejecting the entreaties of a hedge fund two months ago.

Novell Announces SUSE Linux Enterprise 11 SP 1

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  • Novell Announces SUSE Linux Enterprise 11 Service Pack 1
  • Five things you can learn at Linux Day 2010
  • Suse Linux gets virtualization, high availability, and desktop bo
  • SUSE Linux Is Hooking Up With Btrfs Too

openSUSE Weekly News 123

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  • openSUSE Weekly News, Issue 123 is out
  • Kernel News with openSUSE Flavor

Novell selected as finalist for 2010 American Business Awards

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novell.com/prblogs: We’re pleased to report that industry accolades for SUSE Studio and the SUSE Appliance Program continue to roll in, as the industry recognizes the innovation and benefits of software appliances. Finalists were announced today for the 2010 American Business Awards (a.k.a. the Stevies) and Novell has been honored for both offerings.

Novell preps service pack for SUSE Linux 11

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theregister.co.uk: Novell is close to launching Service Pack 1 for SUSE Linux 11 on the desktop and server.

What Were Novell's Original Goals With RadeonHD?

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phoronix.com: Whenever bringing up the RadeonHD driver at Phoronix it generally leads to a heated discussion in our forums between community members, developers, and other representatives over the history of the RadeonHD driver and what really was its purpose, among other dissenting views.

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