serverwatch.com: Based on Oracle's recent actions, it seems the company is hell-bent on driving as many of its potential customers as possible away from the UNIX offerings it acquired from Sun and into the arms of Red Hat and other enterprise Linux vendors.
toolbox.com/blogs: If you are at all familiar with my brain sneezes then you know I am always rabbiting on about Linux. I am always Linux this and Linux that. This gets some people upset and they claim that it should be GNU/Linux or perhaps more accurately Linux/GNU.
theinquirer.net: SOME DETAILS about North Korea's much rumoured Red Star operating system are slowly starting to emerge.
linuxfoundation.org (PR): The Linux Foundation today announced that Parallels is its newest member. Parallels sees Linux as the platform upon which they can provide virtualization and cloud-based services.
This news, posted to the official SongBird blog last Friday, came as a shocking slap in the face to someone who only recently freed his music library from the clutches of iTunes. Songbird was the logical choice to prepare for my eventual immersion in Linux, and now Songbird’s future on that OS is no more.
olex.openlogic.com: Looking for ways to save money on your computing infrastructure? Heard about Linux uptime but need to do more research? You’re not alone. Today there are many good options available. This article will help.
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beginlinux.com: The Unity-based TinyMe 2010 is of course a minimalist distro and it uses the Openbox session and window manager.
crunchgear.com: With all the hype about the iPad, and indeed, the hype about smaller and smaller mobile computing devices, I thought I would remind you all that there was at one point a Linux-powered wristwatch!
linuxplanet.com: Just a year ago -- April 21, 2010 to be exact -- I installed a Linux distribution. I installed it from a DVD of Ubuntu 8.10, Intrepid Ibex, that came with an issue of Linux Pro magazine I bought from a news stand.
linuxcritic.com: Linux Mint is, undoubtedly, one of the most popular Linux distributions out there and Linux Mint LXDE edition is a very welcome edition to the growing number of releases available of the popular distro.