April 1, 2015

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Linux Top 3: Linux 3.10 Goes Long, Linux 3.11 Advances as LXDE Merges

Big week for Linux news with major kernel news and a reshaping of the Linux desktop space.

Why Linux is Super (Computing)

Linux in HPC, Ubuntu Edge and Linux 3.9 EO

Linux Top 3: Slackware at 20, Sarah Sharp and Ubuntu Edge

Something old and something new

Linus Updates Linux, Slackware 14 Debuts and Red Hat MRG 2.2

This week's Linux Top 3 strikes right at the core of Linux with a kernel update, a new release of the world's first Linux distro and a milestone update of Red Hat MRG.

Linux Top 3: SUSE, Sabayon 10 and Amazon on Ubuntu

New Manager for SUSE, New Management for openSUSE

Linux Top 3: OpenSUSE 12.2, KDE 4.9.1 and Ubuntu 12.10 Beta 1

The saying, 'good things come to those who wait' is a good one for this weeks Linux Planet news roundup.

Linux Top 3: Linux 4.0, Leadership and Goobuntu

LinuxCon provided a number of highlights, but sitting at the top of the list has to be the panel session with Linus Torvalds.

Linux Top 3: Linux 3.4 Goes Stable, Fedora Delayed and LinuxCon Opens the Cloud

It has been another busy week on the LinuxPlanet, with big kernel news last week as the momentum and excitement now builds in the lead up to this week's big LinuxCon event.

Linux Top 3: Calligra 2.5, Ubuntu Referrals and Red Hat's OpenStack

Cloud efforts move forward as KOffice fork continues to evolve.

Linux Top 3: SUSE Secures Boot, Ubuntu Boots Wayland, Slackware 14 Boots Up

 Secure boot saga continues as distros new and old continue forward looking development

Linux Top 3: KDE 4.9, Linux 3.6 and Fedora's New MATE

Linux desktops continue to make waves in the open source world.

Linux Top Three: Peppermint, Mint and Arch Linux Get Updates

Linux distro world is no longer just about Red Hat, Ubuntu and SUSE

Linux 3.5 Debuts as Fedora Gets a Cinnamon Dusting

Fourth Linux kernel of 2012 released as distribution push on new models for Desktop Linux.

Linus Goes for 7 on Linux 3.5 as CentOS and LibreOffice Move Forward

Some Linux kernels require more release candidates than others, no matter what Linus Torvalds wants.

Open Source Projects Don't Die, They Get Reborn as Forks

Mandriva gets new life from Mageia, Meego gets new life as Jolla and GPL forks toward Copyleft.next

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