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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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Celebrating the Marriage of Automotive and Consumer Electronics at CES

With an average number of 315 weddings per day, Las Vegas definitely takes a top spot on the list of locations for forging bonds. Ever since Ford CEO Alan Mulally's keynote at CES 2010 the automotive industry has come back to Sin City in early January for dates with consumer technologies. CES 2014 was no different except maybe that this time cars have taken center stage at the annual event. One could claim that the two industries have finally exchanged rings.

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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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How Linux Foundation Events Have Evolved

Today we released our 2014 global event schedule. Back in 2007, we created The Linux Foundation Collaboration Summit because I could see a unique opportunity to bring together the developers, industry leaders and end users (largely from the enterprise) who were creating this thing we called Linux. We knew that face-to-face collaboration amongst disparate yet aligned groups could reap great rewards. Soon we were adding developers and companies from the world of mobile, then embedded computing, then cloud computing, then automotive to events first in North America, then Asia, then Europe. Basically everywhere Linux has gone, we have gone.

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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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