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A Little Respect: Red Hat in Black

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Profit buoys open source as company advances subscription, consulting.

Technology at the Movies

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The summer blockbuster season is upon us, and i don't know about you, but I can't wait

Deciphering Linux Support

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Research data varies about open-source OS' penetration into server space

Taking Linux in Hand

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Although rough, VR3 shows OS' promise for PDAs

IBMs Unix Server Is Scalable, Fast

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IBM's latest midrange enterprise Unix server, the pSeries 660 Model 6H1, offers plenty of processing power and high availability features.

What Linuxs TPC Victory Doesnt Show

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Ah. Some Linux advocates must smell the sweetness of victory after the operating system came out on top in a recent TPC benchmark.

Linuxs Losing Desktop War

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The good-news, bad-news story we published last week by Peter Galli was bound to ruffle a few feathers in the open-source community.

Opera 5.0 Fills Viewing Void

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Opera 5.0 for Linux has arrived, complete with a banner-ads-bearing free version whose forced viewing will at long last allow Linux users to ease their guilt over using free software.

Is There a Method to Mundies Madness?

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What the heck was he doing? That's what everyone wanted to know when Craig Mundie, Microsoft's vice president of advanced technologies, challenged the open-source license earlier this month.

Linux Looks Good On Server

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But operating system's future on client remains cloudy.

Talking to the Pointy-Haired

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Spend an afternoon sifting through Readme and documentation files to figure out why that bleeding-edge Linux package refuses to compile

Bastille 1.2 Fortifies Linux

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Administrators managing servers running Red Hat Linux or MandrakeSoft's Linux-Mandrake can look forward to an updated version of the Bastille Linux security-hardening program to be released very soon.

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