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Linux - What is is linux ? Linux is a FREE Unix type operating system originally created by Linus Torvalds with the assistance of developers around the world. The source code for Linux is freely available to everyone, under the GNU General Public License , Visit the sites recommended below to find out more about the operating system that is causing a revolution in the world of computers.
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linux Web site Devoted to Linux. The recent introduction of Linux into the embedded sector has been one of the most exciting changes in the last few years. Based on the open-source model, it offers new possibilities to embedded engineers traditionally used to commercial operating systems. Currently many universities train students to develop embedded products. Until last year, most lectures and lab sessions were based on a commercial real-time operating system. Now we use Linux, and this fact has opened our minds and given us possibilities for a future evolution.
linux OS Web site Focused on Linux with useful Linux OS and Open Source news and information resources. featuring Linux news, more Linux documentation, links to Linux software and other new stuff.
Linux Kernel This is the primary site for the Linux kernel source, but it has much more than just kernels. If you're new to Linux, you don't want to download the kernel, which is just a component in a working Linux system. Instead, you want what is called a distribution of Linux, which is a complete Linux system. There are numerous distributions available for download on the Internet as well as for purchase from various vendors; some are general-purpose, and some are optimized for specific uses. We currently have mirrors of the Debian and RedHat general-purpose distributions available at mirrors.kernel.org, as well as a small collection of special-purpose distributions
All Linux Devices All Linux Devices is a resource from internet for professionals interested in maintaining the highest level of awareness pertaining to Linux and the Open Source (TM) community news. All Linux Devices deliver news content the way you want it. By allowing content "filtering", you could initially remove content from the All Linux Devices newswire, for example.
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Linux International - An organization for promoting the use of Linux.
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"A small trail through the Linux kernel" - A walk-through of what the kernel does when it runs a small demonstration program.
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Xbox - and Linux - The Xbox is a gaming console by Microsoft. It consists of very powerful IBM-PC-based hardware, runs a stripped-down version of the Windows kernel and, for anti-piracy reasons, allows only games to run.
The Xbox Linux Project aims to provide a version of GNU/Linux for the Xbox, so that it can be used as an ordinary computer. Linux should make use of all Xbox hardware and allow to install and run software from standard i386 Linux distributions.
An Xbox running Linux is very useful as a desktop computer, as a (web) server or as a node in a Linux cluster.
You can already download a full distribution of Xbox Linux and try it out on your (modded) Xbox!
Build and Xbox from Mandrake and SUSE !
Manifesto Xbox Policy - The policy of the Xbox Linux Project consists of the following important points: The project is completely legal. We do not have anything to do with software piracy and we are not interested in it at all.
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  • Can I already run Linux on the Xbox? Yes! Of course it runs !
  • Why Linux? Why not Windows?
  • Because Windows does run on the Xbox - with the help of Linux.
  • Will I be able to connect a keyboard and a mouse to the Xbox?
  • Where does Linux install on the hard disk? Won't it overwrite my savegames?
  • Can I replace the Xbox hard drive with a bigger one?
  • The Xbox has only 64 MB of RAM. Is this enough for Linux? Can I add more RAM?
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    LINUX - Online News Linux is FREE ! and it isn't going to bankrupt. Microsoft cannot compete on price! CEO Steve Ballmer told an audience to call the Microsoft Most Valued Professionals (MVPs) the company will use its community of professionals to outsmart the open-source movement.
    Linux is a serious competitor said Ballmer. We have to compete with free software on value, but in a smart way. We cannot price at zero, so we need to justify our posture and pricing. Linux isn't going to go away--our job is to provide a better product in the marketplace. World Latest Tech News
    Chinesse and Indian Linux If the Chinese have IT, get it. The Indian government seems to be taking a leaf out of China 's operating system, and is planning a countrywide drive to promote the open source operating system, Linux, as the 'platform of choice' instead of 'proprietary' solutions. The Department of Information Technology has already devised a strategy to introduce Linux and open source software as a de-facto standard in academic institutions, especially in engineering colleges through course work that encourages use of such systems. India, Australia, Venezuela, Spain, UK, and other countries are using this Operating System and Free Office Products from OpenOffice.
    Linux Certification in Washington ! Linux will win a greater role in government by offering to act as result of a federally certified version. The Cyberspace Policy Institute, established a decade ago at George Washington University, plans to certify Linux under the Common Criteria, a standard grading of technology required by the United States and other countries before products can be sold into sensitive government applications. The initiative would lead to a single, standard version of Linux acceptable to the high security standards of the government, (and commerce of course), and hence make it easier for Linux companies to compete against Microsoft and other large software makers.
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