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by Rob Zwetsloot
Valve likes Linux. Linux now likes Valve. So Valve is now actively contributing to the Linux Foundation by joining Clodius Systems and the HSA Foundation as new members

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by Jon Masters
Jon Masters summarises the happenings in the Linux kernel community around the release of the 3.11-rc1 kernel

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Features
by Jon Masters
Jon Masters describes some of the features coming in Linux 3.10, and summarises the past month of activity in the Linux kernel community

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Programming
by Jon Masters
Jon Masters summarises the latest goings-on in the Linux kernel community, including a look at the features being merged for the upcoming 3.7 release

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Programming
by Jon Masters
Jon Masters examines the latest goings-on in the Linux kernel community – and the release of the 3.6 kernel, hot off the press

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Reviews
by Rob Zwetsloot
The BBC has interviewed Linus Torvalds after winning the Millennium Technology Prize, revealing his thoughts on the success of Linux

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Reviews
by Rob Zwetsloot
The prestigious Millennium Technology Prize has selected Linus Torvalds as a laureate, a front-runner for the bi-yearly award for important innovations in tech

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by Richard Hillesley
If necessity is the mother of invention, patents are its delinquent offspring, providing stumbling blocks to innovation and progress, inhibiting the free exchange of ideas, and restricting our knowledge of how things work, says Richard Hillesley…

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by Rory MacDonald
Increasing disquiet in the kernel community as ARM tree grows out of control. Linux User’s Rory MacDonald investigates…

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Features
by Richard Hillesley
2011 is a year of milestones. Not only is it the year that sees Linux User magazine turn 100, but it’s also a year that Linux celebrates it’s 20th birthday. What better way to commemorate these auspicious occasions than with a walk down memory lane courtesy of past Linux User editor, Richard Hillesley?

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