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RHEL 5.4 Story Avoids Sad Vendor Lock-In Ending for Clouds

The big news coming out of Red Hat for this year's Red Hat Summit is, at first blush, a little anti-climatic. The release of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.4 seems like just another point release for an already stable successful operating system.
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Red Hat CEO: Collaboration Key to 21st Century IT

While most businesses don't directly compete in the same space as such household names as Google, Facebook, or Twitter, the success of these companies' services does compete with business users' IT expectations.
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PS3 Slim Roadmap Leaves Linux Cluster Users Lost

The announcement earlier this month for the new Playstation 3 (PS3) Slim model caused some consternation for Linux users, as it revealed that PS3-maker Sony would no longer support the "Install Other OS" feature that currently operates on existing PS3 machines.

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Kernel Improvements, Controversies Will Be Focus of LinuxCon Roundtable

One of the more popular sessions at LinuxCon is sure to be the Linux Kernel Roundtable, featuring several notable kernel developers, including Jonathan Corbet and Linus Torvalds. Moderating the Roundtable is James Bottomley, Distinguished Engineer at Novell...
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Korean OSS Contest Opens Doors to Worldwide Developers

The deadline is fast approaching for open source developers to participate in Open Source Software Challenge 2009 contest, hosted by the Ministry of Knowledge Economy of South Korea.
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