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Magazine articles on Linux.
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August 19, 2009
Linux Kernel Development Speeds Up New Linux Foundation report finds that the pace of new code in the open source operating system is growing faster. mark for My Articles 1129 similar articles
August 18, 2009
Red Hat Looks to Partners to Grow Linux Biz For Linux vendor Red Hat, the middleman - in the form of partner relationships - is a key foundation for financial success. mark for My Articles 451 similar articles
August 14, 2009
NULL Security Flaw Threatens Linux Security researchers warn that pointer error has been in every version of Linux kernel since 2001. mark for My Articles 806 similar articles
August 14, 2009
IBM Unwraps Linux-Powered Mainframe Packages IBM today announced the System z Solution Edition Series, seven combined packages it says are designed to assist customers migrate off older HP and Sun Unix systems and onto IBM's mainframes running Linux. mark for My Articles 511 similar articles
August 12, 2009
Oracle Deepens Virtual Application Plans The database giant taps Linux in a new template builder that puts Oracle into the virtual appliance business. mark for My Articles 1541 similar articles
August 5, 2009
KDE 4.3 Improves Linux Desktop With 'Caizen' The open source KDE desktop is out with a new release that promises greater speed, improved stability and more features aimed at regular users. mark for My Articles 160 similar articles
August 4, 2009
Canonical Expands Ubuntu Linux Landscape Linux system management comes in from the cloud, but it's still not entirely open source. mark for My Articles 126 similar articles
July 27, 2009
Finding Linux Bugs Before they Become Exploits The story of how a Linux exploit actually wasn't, thanks to some static code analysis. mark for My Articles 146 similar articles
July 23, 2009
Intel's Wind River Claims Lead in Embedded Linux Intel's Wind River subsidiary is now the leader in embedded Linux, at least when it comes to revenues, according to the market analysis by VDC Research. mark for My Articles 912 similar articles
The Motley Fool
July 21, 2009
Anders Bylund
Meet Microsoft, the Linux Developer Wonders never cease: Microsoft has joined the open-source movement. mark for My Articles 1303 similar articles
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