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Pennsylvania High School Rolls Out 1,700 Linux Laptops to Students

A few weeks before Penn Manor High School gave Linux laptops to every student, stacks of the unboxed machines filled a cafeteria. There the Lancaster, Pa. district's IT staff, high school apprentices and volunteers spent winter break configuring and testing all 1,725 laptops in assembly-line fashion, in preparation for the start of the second semester.

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Linux Video of the Week: Sailfish Mobile OS Updates

Jolla's Linux-based Sailfish project released its first handset in Finland this past November to favorable reviews. Since then the mobile operating system has publicized a few small, but interesting updates, including a new IRC client and a demo of the OS running on a Nexus 4 (watch the videos, below.)

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Upstart SolidXK Distro Seeks First Business Customers

SolydXK started last March as the unofficial Linux Mint Debian Edition with KDE. Now less than a year later, they're starting to develop professional support and services for small to medium sized business customers who are interested in using SolydXK on the desktop. 

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SysAdmin Class Teaches Ins and Outs of a Good Local Security Policy

Linux system administration training has given Sarah Kiden more confidence to take on system administration tasks and spurred her to create a  local security policy for her employer.

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Linux Video of the Week: Tour Qualcomm's Smart Home at CES

Qualcomm product manager Liat Ben-Zur demonstrates how the company's home automation system can monitor connected appliances, lighting, security, door knobs, TVs, and even a teddy bear, and send notifications to each other via AllJoyn.

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