eWEEK Labs: Jason Brooks' Top Five Linux & Open-Source Developments of the Year

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eWEEK Labs: Jason Brooks' Top Five Linux & Open-Source Developments of the Year

SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop 10 is a solid and polished Linux desktop thats backed by a major IT vendor, Novell, which is prepared to go head-to-head with Microsoft on the desktop.

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eWEEK Labs: Jason Brooks' Top Five Linux & Open-Source Developments of the Year - Ubuntu 6.06 LTS

Ubuntu boasts the best software management tools and the most effective community structure of any Linux operating system weve tested.

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eWEEK Labs: Jason Brooks' Top Five Linux & Open-Source Developments of the Year - OpenSolaris

Suns making good on its pledge to free its excellent Solaris operating system, evidenced in part by the emergence of some interesting independent OpenSolaris-based projects.

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eWEEK Labs: Jason Brooks' Top Five Linux & Open-Source Developments of the Year - Open-Source Java

Following through on a promise made by new CEO Jonathan Schwartz, Sun again delivers on its open-source rhetoric by freeing Java under the GPL (General Public License), enriching free software and solidifying Javas continued relevance.

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eWEEK Labs: Jason Brooks' Top Five Linux & Open-Source Developments of the Year - rPath Linux & rPath Builder

Linux and open source arent subject to the same limitations as proprietary software; rPaths ingenious tools help companies and individuals mold Linux to their will while helping to maintain maintainability.

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