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Linux Hater is an Excuse Lover

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lunduke.com: Oh good. Linux Hater has replied to my challenge to stop being anonymous and debate me. And, look at that, it is a numbered list of excuses why he isn’t going to man up.

One week slip of Fedora 11 Release

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redhat.com: In a meeting today between Release Engineering, QA, and various team leads, we decided to enact a 7 day slip of the Fedora 11 release date.

Using PHP directly from the command line on Linux and UNIX

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Learn how to use PHP directly from the command line on Linux, BSD, Mac OS X (running BSD) or some other flavor of UNIX

Moblin v2 beta targets netbooks

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  • Moblin v2 beta targets netbooks

  • Moblin v2.0 Beta on openSUSE
  • A Video Tour of Moblin 2.0 Beta
  • The Moblin V2 User Interface Is Very Impressive
  • Moblin v2.0 Beta: Calling Developers

Linux doesn't need marketing

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lxer.com: Most Linux adepts will agree Linux could have a higher market share than it does today, if it had been marketed more effectively in the past. Therefore, lots of those adepts stress “Linux needs more marketing!”

Why People resort to Arch Linux

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lazytechguy.com: Arch Linux is a Linux enthusiasts dream. It has a rare reputation of being very basic at the same time very user friendly.

Linux, shminux

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garnercitizen.com: I keep waiting for the day Linux becomes easy to use for the average person and not just college computer science graduates who have probably been weaned on it.

Linux Netbooks: Hit Microsoft where it ain't

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news.cnet.com: In open source or in product development generally, one of the biggest mistakes is to take on a deeply entrenched incumbent on its own turf. Almost inevitably, if you play someone else's game, even if you're a little cheaper/faster/better, you're going to lose.

Linux and the channel

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blogs.zdnet.com: Linux Pundit Bill Weinberg has produced two posts this weekend asking why we don’t have Linux laptops.

Fedora 12 Team Taking Codename Suggestions

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ostatic.com/blog: Contributing members of the Fedora community are putting their heads together again to come up with a codename for Fedora 12, and if you've got a good suggestion you've only got until May 23rd to shout it out.

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