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Fedora 21 Release Review: An Impressive Developer Workstation

Fedora 21 has just been released and I have been playing with the beta for a while. There are now three editions of Fedora: server, workstation and cloud. Since I am using it for my desktop I downloaded and installed the Workstation.

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Linux Mobile-Desktop Convergence

Linux mobile-desktop convergence remains elusive, and may actually not be the best goal.

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Marines Swap Microsoft for Linux OS on Northrop Grumman Radar

Capital Gazette: Just weeks after Northrop Grumman got approval to begin building a new breed of mobile radar systems for the Marine Corps, the Corps has asked the defense contractor in Linthicum to change the operating system.

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Cockpit In Fedora 21 Makes Linux Administration Easy

One of Red Hat's newest software projects was the Cockpit Management Console that was announced near the beginning of the year. With the Fedora 21 Server release due out tomorrow, Cockpit is shipped by default and is a great new service for easy, web-based administration of servers.

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Preview Of The Massive New Open-Source, Linux Test Farm

They say a picture is worth one thousand words, but how many Linux systems is a picture worth?..

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