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Linux Has Run Out of Time
There's talk that the city of Munich, Germany?a bastion of open-souce idealism?will give up hope and move from its LiMux-brand of Linux to Microsoft Windows. Everyone is trying to understand this with a lot of online complaining. I like Linux and ...
Is Microsoft engaging in digital imperialism?ITworld.com
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Why Linux Isn't a Desktop Alternative
The year of the Linux desktop has become a joke, referred to ironically when mentioned at all. Under the circumstances Linus Torvalds showed either courage or naivete when he admitted last week at Linuxcon that he still wants to see Linux become ...
Five big names that use Linux on the desktop
"We migrated key functions from Windows to Linux because we needed an operating system that was stable and reliable - one that would give us in-house control. So if we needed to patch, adjust or adapt, we could," Keith Chuvala of United Space Alliance, ...
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Linux Foundation to offer two new certifications for IT workers
The Linux Foundation Certified System Administrator, or LFCS, and the Linux Foundation Certified Engineer, or LFCE certificates will be granted to applicants who pass an automated online exam. The cost will be $300, although the foundation will hand ...
IBM meets demand for Linux with training resources
IBM HAS REAFFIRMED its commitment to Linux with the announcement of an extension to Power Systems Linux. Following on from the company's $1bn financial commitment to the Linux operating system last year, IBM will add Power Systems Linux to the ...
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The VAR Guy
Linux turns 23 and Linus Torvalds celebrates as only he can
?So I deviated from my normal Sunday schedule partly because there wasn't much there (I blame the KS and LinuxCon), but partly due to sentimental reasons: Aug 25 is the anniversary of the original Linux announcement ("Hello everybody out there using ...
Linus Torvalds Promotes Linux for Desktops, Embedded ComputingThe VAR Guy
LXer Linux News; By Scott Ruecker (Phoenix, US)LXer (press release)
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Can we please stop talking about the Linux desktop?
Could Linux do any better? Probably not. Linux, developed historically by and for geeks, may be the least likely candidate to improve the consumer experience. While companies like my former employer, Canonical, are focused on streamlining the user ...
Linux Foundation introduces new Linux certificationsZDNet
The Linux Foundation offers certifications as demand for Linux professionals growsInquirer
Linux Foundation to offer new certification for IT workersNetwork World
Register -eWeek -TechWeekEurope UK
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LinuxCon Showcases Advances in Linux, Open Source
The Linux Foundation hosted its LinuxCon North America conference from Aug. 20 to 22 in Chicago, providing attendees with insight into the latest and greatest advancement in the Linux and open-source worlds. The event kicked off with the Linux ...
KDE Plasma 5?For those Linux users undecided on the kernel's future
Finally, the KDE project has released KDE Plasma 5, a major new version of the venerable K Desktop Environment. Plasma 5 arrives in the middle of an ongoing debate about the future of the Linux desktop. On one hand there are the brand new desktop ...
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Linux hits 23 - the Time Machine that changed the world!
Linux reached the entirely respectable age of 23 this week, more or less. More or less 23, that is, not more or less respectable. 25 August 1991 was the day that a Finnish student named Linus Torvalds announced that he was working on a hobby operating ...