Linux server revenues continue to rise as development on the next-generation Ubuntu release begins.
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Linux Mint 12 debuts as the Linux desktop and kernel advance.
Jumping right past a 12.0 release, the openSUSE project is advancing its Linux distribution, as Linux itself continues to advance the world of supercomputers and PaaS.
The times, they are a changing on the Linux Planet, as Linux Mint capitalizes on Ubuntu angst.
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Verne explores Linux as new Linux kernels and KDE releases debut.
From Linux from Scratch to Linux on every screen.
Linux kernel development moves forward with the first major update in the 3.x series.
From the solemn to the absurd, Linux keeps moving forward.
Kernel.org is restored as Oracle adds Dtrace to Linux and Red Hat previews RHEL 6.2.
GNOME 3.2 debuts as PulseAudio finally hits 1.0 and LibreOffice celebrates its first birthday.
Will Windows 8 prevent Linux from being installed? And where is Linux 3.1 anyway?
CentOS and Scientific Linux move forward as Red Hat gets SAP certified.
More security woes for Linux sites this week, as new desktop and application releases pave the way forward.
The distributed development model of Linux stands up in the face of attack.
Small hobby operating system officially hits 20 years old as Arch, Mandriva and Fedora roll out updates to their Linux distributions.