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Linuxs Losing Desktop War

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The good-news, bad-news story we published last week by Peter Galli was bound to ruffle a few feathers in the open-source community.

What Linuxs TPC Victory Doesnt Show

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Ah. Some Linux advocates must smell the sweetness of victory after the operating system came out on top in a recent TPC benchmark.

Opera 5.0 Fills Viewing Void

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Opera 5.0 for Linux has arrived, complete with a banner-ads-bearing free version whose forced viewing will at long last allow Linux users to ease their guilt over using free software.

Linux Looks Good On Server

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But operating system's future on client remains cloudy.

Talking to the Pointy-Haired

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Spend an afternoon sifting through Readme and documentation files to figure out why that bleeding-edge Linux package refuses to compile

Is There a Method to Mundies Madness?

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What the heck was he doing? That's what everyone wanted to know when Craig Mundie, Microsoft's vice president of advanced technologies, challenged the open-source license earlier this month.

Bastille 1.2 Fortifies Linux

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Administrators managing servers running Red Hat Linux or MandrakeSoft's Linux-Mandrake can look forward to an updated version of the Bastille Linux security-hardening program to be released very soon.

Red Hat and Ximian Polish Linux Apps

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Offerings to exploit the scalability and performance of Linux's 2.4 Kernel.

Of Arrogance and Embedded Systems

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One of the most overlooked segments in computing is embedded systems, which by nature could be bigger-in terms of units shipped-than the server and desktop PC markets combined.

Gotta Make the In-Laws Happy

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As Caldera and SCO tie the knot, partners hope for a fruitful marriage.

Big Blue Is Red Hot on Unix Trail

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Supporting Linux and AIX alike, IBM's new AIX 5L operating system and p660 and p620 servers are part of the company's ongoing push to take over the Unix market lead through a combination of direct sales and partnerships.

Easier Approaches

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GNOME, KDE interfaces make Linux palatable.

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