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Mention RMS in a Linux crowd and you'll find people who love him, hate him, and those who simply roll their eyes. People call him a whacko, egotist, genius, saint, and communist. Precious few are ambivalent about Richard Stallman.
Slipping a Linux desktop into a Windows-dominated corporate environment can be easier than you think. In Part 2 of this series, we describe a simple method for Linux users to browse a Windows network. (2,484 words)
First part in a series describing simple and easy ways to replace a Windows workstation with a Linux workstation, and stay productive in a corporate environment. (1,600 words)
Ximian's motives, plans and ambitions for Mono, a free clone of Microsoft's .NET, including the C# language. (1,200 words)
Hewlett-Packard has talked open source for a while now, but without putting any code where its mouth is. The times may be changing. Joe Barr looks into HP's release of source code for popular print drivers, and a Linux version of the company's new Print Server Appliance 4200. (700 word...
It worked for Apple, but not for Oracle. Now Trolltech will try to catch customers while they're still in college with its Qt University program. By giving away Qt to computer science departments Trolltech hopes to create a new crop of Qt developers. If the strategy works, GNOME may fa...


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