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Hands-on: Linux Appliances Made Easy with SUSE Studio

Novell has launched a new Web service called SUSE Studio that simplifies the process of building Linux-based software appliances. It provides a convenient interface for creating custom versions of Novell's SUSE Linux distribution with specialized configurations.
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Report: Why Code For Free? Linux/FOSS Devs Speak!

Last week I talked about some the advantages of Free/Open Source software for us end users. Today developers speak on why they like to use FOSS; I received so many excellent responses that I have split this into two parts, and the second part will run tomorrow.
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Upgrading From Windows to Linux

If you're thinking of upgrading from Windows XP or Vista to Windows 7, why not give Linux a try?

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What Canonical’s Launchpad Move to Open Source Means to Developers

Now that the code for Canonical Ltd.’s Launchpad open source development hosting community was released as open source last week, the company hopes that developers who may have stayed away from Launchpad in the past will take a new look.

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Studio DV, Open Octave, And More

Recently I profiled the latest LiVES video editing system, and in that article I mentioned that I intended to buy a camcorder for use with LiVES and other video editing software.
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Linus Torvalds: "Microsoft hatred is a disease"

  Last week, Microsoft contributed Hyper-V drivers to the Linux kernel in order to improve the performance of running virtualized Linux guests in a Windows host environment.
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