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Bodhi Linux 2.1.0 Released

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ostatic.com: One of my favorite little projects released the latest and greatest version of its popular lightweight Linux distribution. Bodhi Linux 2.1.0 was released yesterday with some new eye candy.

Timing The Boot Process From Linux 3.0 To Linux 3.6

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phoronix.com: Here are Bootchart results indicating the boot speed from the Linux 3.0 kernel through the latest Linux 3.6 development kernel.

Linux nonsense

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cookingwithlinux.com: It's rather amazing just how serious nonsense can sound. To sound this clever yourself, check out the aptly named nonsense. In essence, nonsense is a clever generator of, well, nonsense.

5 highly rated Linux OS distributions

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darkduck.com: There are many great Linux distributions to choose from, each boasting their own advantages and niches. Some designed to be very user-friendly, others intended to give power users greater control over their systems. Here are five of the most highly rated Linux distributions on offer today.

History of Early Linux Distros

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maketecheasier.com: If you haven’t noticed, if you’re looking for a Linux distribution, you’re spoiled for choice. But where did they all come from?

Red Hat's Latest Legal Battle? Storage.

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Legal

datamation.com: Red Hat is the most successful pure play open source company on the planet, generating over $1 billion in revenue a year. Its success is rooted in a strong legal basis and understanding of how open source software works.

Intel Clover Trail Atom chip won't work with Linux

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Hardware

theinquirer.net: Intel has confirmed that it will not provide support for Linux on its Clover Trail Atom chip.

Exclusive Interview: DeLisa Alexander Of Red Hat

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Interviews

muktware.com: This week we are interviewing DeLisa Alexander, Executive Vice President and Chief People Officer of Red Hat.

Becoming a completely Linux household

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scottnesbitt.net:That’s something I’ve been wanting to happen for a while. I finally got my wish of living in a completely Linux household a few weeks ago, all thanks to my wife’s laptop.

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