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by Rory MacDonald
2010 has already seen a host of activity in terms of new Open Source technology merging with cloud computing environments…

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by Simon Brew
For Linux to continue to grow, its eyes need to be firmly open, and any hint of blinkers put away, argues Simon Brew…

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by Richard Ibbotson
To some people the idea of parsing text data in GNU/Linux or UNIX might not sound like a worthwhile way of doing things. However, this is the kind of administrational task that a lot of system administrators and programmers perform every day of the week. Flex and Bison have proven to be more reliable and more powerful than the original UNIX tools…

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Speak up!
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by Simon Brew
The idea of getting an OS free is still one that amazingly few people have wrapped their heads around. Why is that? Simon Brew thinks we could make 2010 a great year for Linux simply by speaking up about its benefits – all ten million of us…

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by Richard Ibbotson
Linux System Administration Recipes is an easy-to-understand problem-solving book by an experienced system administrator, says Richard Ibbotson…

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by Richard Ibbotson
There are some technical publications which are just like some novels in that you either don’t want to put them down or you don’t want to stop reading them. When O’Reilly first published their GNU/Linux series of books Linux in a Nutshell and Running Linux were quickly seen to be essential reading by the international GNU/Linux community.

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by Richard Ibbotson
Opera started as an early version of open source development on GNU/Linux. At that time there wasn’t a business model or an international community working away on a complete operating system – just a few souls who were interested in where all of this could go…

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Magazine Issues
by Russell Barnes
Issue 82 of Linux User & Developer is on sale now! This month you can learn how to master Cloud Computing, create apps for the Palm Pre and develop with Moblin among other things. We also speak exclusively to Linux Driver Project Head Greg Kroah-Hartman…

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by Simon Brew
Former Linux User & Developer editor, Simon Brew, investigates why Chrome OS is ‘open source’ and not ‘Linux’…

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