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  • Ubuntu Linux: To the server side and beyond?

    Is a perfect storm brewing for Ubuntu? The combo of a renewed push for Ubuntu on the server and new thin client support could spark interest in IT managers looking for less expensive alternatives to Red Hat and Windows. 

  • Make Linux 'gorgeous,' Ubuntu leader says

    If Ubuntu Linux is going to make it in the enterprise, it must be 'pretty,' says Ubuntu's Mark Shuttleworth. But good looks alone won't excuse the Linux community from addressing other ease-of-use issues. 

  • Shuttleworth: Oracle-Ubuntu partnership only a matter of time

    Ubuntu's Mark Shuttleworth said that an Oracle-Ubuntu partnership is only a matter of time and would mean IT managers have the support of Canonical as well as 200-plus other organizations. 

  • Users see wider desktop adoption in Ubuntu's future

    Ubuntu users love Ubuntu's easy installation and community support. But will Ubuntu, a free commercial Linux desktop, take market share away from Red Hat and Novell? 

  • Linux expert sees expanded role for Ubuntu on the server

    Ubuntu founding member and author Benjamin Mako Hill explains why Ubuntu could have the server chops to make big gains now that version 6.06 is such a success. 

  • Linux patch problems: Your distro may vary

    As Linux grows, choosing a version that fixes flaws quickly is critical. However, as Edmund X. DeJesus discovered, some Linux distributions publish security fixes faster than others. 

  • Could Dapper Drake give Ubuntu a last laugh in Linux server space?

    Could dapper little Linux distro Ubuntu have what it takes to take a spot in the Linux server market? One analyst firm thinks it does, but only if handler Canonical Ltd. steers clear of the practices of Red Hat and Novell.