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Corrections and comments. Linux Threat Posed by Microsoft and Sun: In Your Dreams
Why IA64 Debian drops mainframe, Sparc development
The version number... SCO tests new OpenServer Unix product
The headline is grossly inaccurate! Debian drops mainframe, Sparc development
I stopped reading when I hit this: Linux in Government: Linux Desktop Reviews, Part I
ClarkConnect Already did it News: Linux Specialist Astaro Claims First Anti-Spyware Firewall
These are NOT Linux bugs, and I don't use *any* of these 'Highly critical' security bugs listed for Linux products
DB of patents Microsoft infringes on (Help needed!) Linux
Cheap = useless (in this case) Tux likes it cheap: a review of cheapo devices that will stymie Redmond
He bought the Titanic *after* it hit the 'berg? Former Canopy CEO Gains Control of SCO
First thought on the Firefox Heading for Destruction Article Firefox Is Heading Towards Trouble
Is it just me, or is it hard to find the actual content? Firefox Is Heading Towards Trouble
Decreasing risk of buffer overflows 'Highly critical' security bugs listed for Linux products
KeyKit is a MIDI sequencer for those who like it wierd At the Sounding Edge: Introducing KeyKit
CD-Persistant Morphix Module World first: Live-CD that saves back to CD
I *love* the Sarge installer... The Debian Delay: Is Sarge MIA? Or Simply a POW of Process?
problems with the security updates Firefox Is Heading Towards Trouble
OT The Linux show Tonight on The Linux Link Tech Show
Lame article Linux desktops on Windows using VNC
Bah, humbug! Wusses! All of them! 2005 Text Mode Browser Roundup

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