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An acquaintance with Arch Linux

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brajeshwar.com: Simple does not mean ‘newbie friendly’, instead it means that the system is structured in such a way that a user can easily configure it to his liking by changing simple configuration files and installing just what he needs.

Where does Red Hat grow from here?

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cnet.com: By just about any measure, Red Hat dominates its open-source competition and holds its own with big proprietary peers like Oracle and Microsoft, as this Wolfram Alpha analysis suggests. But where does Red Hat go from here?

Anatomy of a Linux hypervisor

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This article begins with a quick introduction to virtualization and hypervisors and Linux-based hypervisors KVM and Lguest

Gauging Linux Momentum

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baselinemag.com: Going forward, a lot of IT organizations are going to require both Linux and Windows server stacks.

CentOS Pulse - Community newsletter

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dag.wieers.com: A CentOS newsletter was what I wanted to have for a long time. It finally materialized the past week and was published today.

Linux: I've got to admit it's getting better

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junauza.com: What struck me most after this very latest installation is how Linux has evolved and has become a more than capable desktop operating system.

What's coming in 2.6.30 – Drivers:

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h-online.com: The kernel developers have added new features to thousands of the Linux kernel's existing drivers and integrated numerous additional drivers. This further increases the variety of hardware supported by Linux.

The Myth of the Freeloading User

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linuxfoundation.org: Michael Scharf of the Eclipse Project got things going last month in a blog entry that railed against "freeloaders." This argument keeps coming up every once in a while, and every time it does, I find it short-sided at best.

Linux Mint 7

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blog.jjtcomputing: Linux Mint has always been a great distro, taking the excellent points of Ubuntu, and removing some of the bad points, such as the lack of multimedia plugins, and replacing the warm brown with a cool crisp green.

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