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Moving to Linux 2.5

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Developers convene at OS summit to plot next kernel.

GNOME, KDE Draw Closer Together

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The gap that has threatened to split the Linux community appears to be closing.

SuSE 7.1 Professional Still in Minor Leagues

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Software offers Linux perks; desktop focus puzzling

Bad Economys Good for Open Source

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Now that the economy has encouraged computer technologists to re-enter reality

Take a Swing at Linux for Small Business

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With most business-grade Linux distributions, you already have every software package a small business could ever use.

IBM Hammers Out AIX, Linux Clusters

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IT managers say forthcoming 'Blue Hammer' eServer offerings promise affordability, scalability

From Dot-Coms to Dot-Genomes

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Some see a $6.5 billion market in biotech, but the barriers to entry are high.

Caldera Volution Good Start for Taming Linux

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Caldera Systems Inc.'s new Linux management package, Caldera Volution, is a good first step toward centralized administration of Linux systems

Ted Tso

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Principal engineer, VA Linux Systems

A Linux Developers Power Tool

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Do you want to develop software for Linux, but you're haunted by the thought that those slight differences among Linux distributions will prove the end of you?

Its Tool Time

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Add open-source methodologies to your tool set, and empower your development teams.

The Microsoft Spin on Linux

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If you want to tell the difference between a principle and a platitude, invert a statement and see if the result sounds absurd. If no one could possibly support the opposing sentiment, the original statement is merely a platitude that adds no value to a d

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