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    ZDNet
    ?Free software GNU/Linux laptop in development
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    The Register
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    The Register
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  • Linux 'grinch' vulnerability could put a hole in your security stocking - PCW...
    SC Magazine
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    PCWorld
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  • Unikernels offer a stripped down alternative to Linux - TechRepublic
    TechRepublic
    Unikernels offer a stripped down alternative to Linux
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  • UPDATE 2-Linux distributor Red Hat raises full-year profit forecast - Reuters
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  • Stacking up Open Clouds - ZDNet
    ZDNet
    Stacking up Open Clouds
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  • Unikernels offer a stripped down alternative to Linux New projects like Mirage, LING, and HaLVM provide lightweight single-purpose cloud alternatives to the familiar multi-purpose Linux platforms.

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