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Good Things on the Way

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community.zdnet: There are going to be a lot of good things coming our way over the next few weeks:

Linux in an age of austerity

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computerworlduk.com: The Netbook I'm using right now runs off 15 watts. This is better than my desktop PC by an order of magnitude. However, I know that I could make it even more efficient by swapping its OS from pretty Ubuntu to austere Puppy Linux. That'll run well on only 5 watt computers.

Red Hat's number one

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blogs.computerworld.com: Microsoft will get the headlines tomorrow with the release of Windows 7, but, on the server side of life, Red Hat is quietly becoming the dominant player.

GoboLinux

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elevenislouder.blogspot: As the development team over there at GoboLinux works away on making an up-to-date CD-ROM ISO image, I figured I would revisit the distribution.

Boosting Linux: Maybe we're going about it the wrong way

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raiden.net: For years I've been one who's run up and down the halls stomping for Linux, advising people to switch to a better OS because of any of a hundred different reasons. But a recent article by Sam Varghese of ITWire may have changed my mind, and my focus, on what's needed to make Linux king of the OS's.

Fedora Screenshots

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Linux is worth its weight in gold

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toolbox.com/blogs: What is so special about the Linux name and why are so many companies and products using it? Was that name around before the advent of the Linux operating system? As far as I know Linux is a made up word of the combination of Linus and Tux, the founder and mascot of the operating system.

Red Hat enjoys fruit of recession

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channelregister.co.uk: Red Hat is still looking to expand beyond its traditional market of tech-savvy companies into a more mainstream world nearly a year after the open source vendor first declared its intentions to woo conservative customers away from rivals Microsoft and Oracle.

Red Hat Fedora 12 'Constantine' targets netbooks

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blog.internetnews: The first Fedora 12 beta is now available and at first glance it sure looks to me like it's jammed pack full of interesting and innovative new features.

Who's a candidate for Desktop Linux? Your Kids.

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blogs.zdnet.com/perlow: “Hannah Montana Linux” may not be ready to give to your kids yet, but it’s an idea that has legs.

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