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Linux Takes Another Step Forward

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Built around the Linux 2.4 kernel and boasting several new configuration and usability enhancements, Red Hat Inc.'s Red Hat Linux 7.1 packs advances for the corporate server and desktop alike.

GNOME, KDE Draw Closer Together

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

Moving to Linux 2.5

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Developers convene at OS summit to plot next kernel.

IBM Hammers Out AIX, Linux Clusters

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

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.

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

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.

Ted Tso

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Principal engineer, VA Linux Systems

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

You Dream It, They Build It

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Not averse to developing open-source software, but you don't have the in-house talent yourself and you're none too sure of hiring contract programmers?

Linux Integrators: Cracking Windows

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In the eyes of Microsoft's Jim Allchin, Linux and other forms of open-source technology are almost threats to the nation.

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