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News: 2010 Was a Big Linux Year

2010 was a big year for enterprise Linux releases and the Linux kernel as the business world grows ever-more reliant on Linux.

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Red Hat Poised to End the Year With a Bang

Ahead of Red Hat's earnings report this week, one analyst looks for the Linux vendor to top its revenue guidance on the strength of Linux platform installations over Microsoft.

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How to Integrate Your Ruby on Rails Application With Google Apps and the Apps Marketplace

Vincent Van Gemert and the Floorplanner team ran into a few stumbling blocks while preparing their product for the Google Apps Market. "We found out that a lot of people were struggling with the existing Rails libraries and the OAuth authorization method," Van Gemert wrote. That's why Van Gemert created...

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Red Hat and Eucalyptus Forge Partnership

Red Hat and Eucalyptus Systems are to collaborate on integrating Eucalyptus' EC2-compatible cloud solution into Red Hat products...

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Last Minute Open Giving Ideas

Whether or not you're among the throngs hurriedly trying to get everything wrapped before the end of the week, it's a good time to consider some end-of-the-year giving. So why not send some money towards open projects? Read more... read more...

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