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Linux Top 5: SCO Returns

Fedora's New Project Leader

Red Hat names new Fedora Leader as demand for Linux jobs grows.

Linux's New Fellow

The Linux Foundation adds a new fellow and Red Hat extends Linux support.

Heads Up for Linux

The Linux desktop advances with KDE 4.8 and the new HUD concept from Ubuntu.

Red Hat RHEVS Virtualization

New RHEV 3.0 release debuts as Linux adoption continues to grow.

Linux for the 'Longterm'

First point release for Linux 3.2 debuts as FreeBSD cranks up to 9.

New Year, New Linux Kernel

First new Linux kernel release, Linux on TVs and Mandriva on the brink.

Linux 2012: 5 Things to Watch

From new development in the kernel and  distros to changes in architectures big and small, here are a few things we expect to see this year.

Linux in 2011: What a Great Year

The true test of character is overcoming adversity and Linux has no shortage of character.

Oracle Chases Red Hat Release Cycle

There are a number of RHEL clones, but none come out as fast as Oracle Linux

Linux Patent Winners and Losers

Natty rounds the corner, but all eyes are on Linux patents this week. Novell's patents get secure and Open Invention Network expands its reach, while Google comes under Linux patent attack.

SCO Sells Out, Oracle Stops Selling

This week's Linux Top 5: SCO gets new ownership, Oracle call its quits on OpenOffice as Novell releases last major update for SLES 10, and more.

Linux Top 5: Groklaw Calls It a Day, GNOME Unifies

With the closing of Groklaw, an era ends;  a new generation of GNOME is born;  KDE offers 'congrats'; and more.

Red Hat Enterprise Linux, Linux Leader

Red Hat Enterprise Linux is the leader and progenitor of RPM-based Linux distributions, and its bleeding-edge community offshoot Fedora is equally influential.

Debian is Still the Top Linux

Debian Linux is one of the oldest and largest Linux distributions, and the most successful, spawning a host of derivatives and dominating the Linux universe.

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