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 Datamation: Chromebooks may be a rival that open source software cannot overcome.

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Datamation: While IBM is doubling-down on Linux for its mainframes, it isn't about to abandon its proprietary zOS anytime soon.

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eWEEK: The founder of Linux explains why he's not thinking about the next 10 years of Linux and why security is all about finding bugs.

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 ITworld: Chromebook sales have been red hot on Amazon, with various models regularly getting great reviews and comments from Amazon customers.

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The Linux Foundation announced the recipients of its annual Linux Training Scholarship Program, which allows a number of people from around the world to get access to free training.

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 softpedia: It looks like people are still trying to make their Linux installations to look like a Windows XP version, even if that OS is now buried and gone

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LinuxGizmos: Eggcyte is demoing its redesigned, handheld 'The Egg' personal server device, which runs Tizen Linux on a quad-core Atom, and offers up to 256GB of storage.

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 ITworld: Linux has become quite popular over the years, with many users defecting to it from OS X or Windows.

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 The VAR Guy: Which Linux or open source operating system would candidates for the current presidential election run, if they used open source software?

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eWEEK: The Linux kernel continues to grow—both in lines of code and the number of developers that contribute to it—yet some challenges need to be addressed. That was one of the key messages from Linux kernel developer Jonathan Corbet during his annual Kernel Report session at the LinuxCon conference here.

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ServerWatch: What do you need an operating system for?" Coekaerts asked. "It's really just there to run an application; an operating system is there to manage hardware and resources so your app can run."

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Enterprise Networking Planet: Pere Monclus, CTO of PLUMgrid discusses what the new project is all about.

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ZDnet: Google has gotten tired of insecure, hard-to-set up Wi-Fi access points so it's offering its own model.

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Google finally revealed the name of the Android M and it's Marshmallow.

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The sixth maintenance release of Linux kernel 4.1 LTS (Long-Term Support) brings with it numerous improvements

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Linux continues to give the mainframe the new blood it needs to stay alive in the 21st century.

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 softpedia: It looks like people are still trying to make their Linux installations to look like a Windows XP version, even if that OS is now buried and gone

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IBM is not just introducing new mainframes, but a new way of paying for on premise big iron that makes mainframes cheaper than they've even before.

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Not too many people know that the Raspberry Pi 2 mini PC has a very good and powerful camera module that can be used to take high-definition video.

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Major Hayden offers tips for dealing with impostor syndrome, a feeling that's far too common in open source projects.

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LinuxGizmos: Eggcyte is demoing its redesigned, handheld 'The Egg' personal server device, which runs Tizen Linux on a quad-core Atom, and offers up to 256GB of storage.

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 opensource.com: Free and open source software (FOSS) has made huge inroads over the last decade or two, especially in the corporate world

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 tecmint: This article shows some examples of using the dir command to list the contents of a directory.

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Today's updates patch three security flaws in the Linux kernel packages of Ubuntu 12.04 LTS, and one kernel vulnerability on the Ubuntu 15.04 and Ubuntu 14.04 LTS operating systems

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