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How Linux defines success and innovation

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Linux You know the real mark of success these days? When you or your product are "of" something. Based on that incredibly important criteria, I hereby declare that Linux has reached the pinnacle of true success.

More FUD About Security of GNU/Linux

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Linux Gee. Millions of malware-ridden bots of that other OS later and some twit still writes, “The reality is that Linux is not more secure. It is simply less targeted."

Debian Project News - April 16th

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Linux Welcome to this year's eight issue of DPN, the newsletter for the Debian community. Topics covered in this issue include:

Dream Linux 5 - New and Different

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Linux How about something different for a Friday? Dream Linux is a distribution which I was watching some time ago, but it seemed to stall at release 4 Beta 6. I was pleased to find recently that it is not dead or abandoned.

Mandriva's Alive!

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  • Mandriva's Alive!
  • Mageia 2 Default Wallpapers Chosen
  • ROSA 2012 Marathon
  • ROSA Desktop 2012 beta review
  • ROMP: Media player with built-in desktop recorder

Student stiffs penetration tool BackTrack Linux with 0-day

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Security A student has discovered a critical vulnerability in BackTrack, a flavour of Linux that's a favourite among security pros.

Proprietary Software for Linux: A Good Idea?

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OSS In this article, I'll explore some of the challenges proprietary software faces in gaining traction with Linux enthusiasts, in addition to providing some software titles that I think are worth looking into.

Linux Survives!

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Linux When a new year starts, it is proclaimed as the year of Linux on the desktop. Unfortunately, for some circumstances, it never became true.

Slitaz 4.0 Arrives with New TazPanel Goodness

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Linux Slitaz seems to be growing up and playing with the big boys. In the latest release, new original tools highlight the maturing nature of this tiny distro. It's been two years in the making, but it's been worth the wait.

Deepin: An Elegant Ubuntu-based Distro For The Chinese

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Linux The beauty of Linux lies in the fact that there is a distro for everyone. It doesn’t matter whether you are a geek, beginner, Apple fan, Windows fan, gamer or developer, there’s surely one distro for you. And yes, if you are a Chinese, there is this distro just for you, and it is elegant and well-polished.

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