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  • Dell to offer Ubuntu Linux desktops and laptops

    After months of speculation, Dell Inc. officially announced it will sell pre-installed, 100% certified Ubuntu Linux on its laptop and desktop computers. 

  • Golden on Linux: ODF vs. OpenXML, RHEL 5 and Linux adoption

    In this tip, an open source software and applications expert explains why the OpenDocument-OpenXML debate doesn't matter and why Red Hat is the best Linux choice for businesses. 

  • Linux Foundation

    The Linux Foundation is a consortium dedicated to fostering the growth of Linux, an open source alternative to the Unix operating system... (Continued) 

  • Red Hat Enterprise 5, with Xen, launches

    After a slight delay, Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 launched with full Xen virtualization support. 

  • FreeBSD

    FreeBSD is a popular free and open source operating system that is based on the Berkeley Software Distribution (BSD) version of the Unix operating system. It runs on processors such as the Pentium that are compatible with Intel's x86 architecture and... 

  • Puppy Linux

    Puppy Linux is a compact version of Linux, an operating system (OS) that provides computer users with a free or low-cost alternative to Unix. Puppy Linux is one of several similar OSs, all of which together make up a group called skinny Linux... (Con... 

  • LinuxWorld: Managing mixed source software stacks

    Get a Linux architect's opinion of Vista and four tips on managing a data center's mix of open and closed source software stacks in this report on Russell Pavlicek's LinuxWorld workshop. 

  • 2007 Linux/OSS trends to look for

    An expert discusses 2007 trends that IT managers should be aware of. 

  • IP attorney: Bankrupt or not, SCO case is 'boring'

    SCO could file for Chapter 11 this week, but attorney Tom Carey says it may be a moot point. The world may be bored with SCO, but that doesn't mean it should forget the lessons learned. 

  • Sun Microsystems, the begrudging Linux vendor

    With the success Linux has enjoyed, one would think all hardware vendors would shout their Linux support from every rooftop. But not Sun, the begrudging Linux vendor.