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Linux is as secure as ever

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itworld.com: There have been several stories proclaiming that a recent Linux infection proves Windows malware monopoly is over and that Think Linux is free from malware? Think again; it's been hacked. Much as it pains me to disagree with the good people, they're wrong.

Five tips for improving Linux security

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blogs.techrepublic.com: Protecting a networked computer is a never-ending challenge — even in Linux. These simple measures will help protect your Linux box.

Linux Is Winning

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pcplus.techradar.com: Linux doesn’t have a CEO. Consequently, there’s no annual keynote hosted by a charismatic alpha male. But if it did, and if there were a conference covering the first half of this year, the first speech would start with three words: ‘Linux is winning’.

Debian Project News - June 14th

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Welcome to this year's fifth issue of DPN. Topics covered in this issue include: Debian Community Poll, Automatic installation of hardware-specific packages, and Desktop artwork and themes for Debian Squeeze.

10 People Who Should Use Linux

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foogazi.com: I’ve been thinking lately that there are actually certain types of people out there that should be using Linux instead of Windows.

Red Hat claims fastest growing OS

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techday.co.nz: Red Hat General Manager Max McLaren has told IT Brief that the company has the fastest growing operating system in the world.

DistroWatch Weekly, Issue 358

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This week in DistroWatch Weekly:

  • Opinion: Binary firmware and your freedom
  • News: Fedora 14 features, Slackware and Peppermint OS interviews, ZFS for Linux
  • Questions and answers: Encrypting hard disk partition

Pardus 2009.2 review

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linuxbsdos.com: Pardus is a desktop-oriented Linux distribution sponsored and developed by the Scientific & Technological Research Council of Turkey. It’s not a perfect Linux distribution, but it works – out of the box.

Not using desktop Linux? You're wasting your money

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infoworld.com: If you're not using Linux on the desktop in call center and other fixed-purpose computing environments, you're doing your company a disservice.

Comparison: Best 2010 Linux desktop for begginers

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cristalinux.blogspot.com: Recently I have reviewed three distros that stood out in terms of ease of use, documentation and user aids: Linux Mint 9, Pardus 2009.2 and PCLinuxOS 2010. I will now run a head to head comparison.

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