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[News] 10 Key Moments in Linux Development and 10 Ways to Try it in Windows

  • Subject: [News] 10 Key Moments in Linux Development and 10 Ways to Try it in Windows
  • From: Roy Schestowitz <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 29 Sep 2009 10:45:57 +0100
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10 important Linux developments everyone should know about

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| The Linux technology, development model, and 
| community have all been game-changing influences on 
| the IT industry, and all we can really do is stand 
| back and look at it all, happy to have been along for 
| the ride for developerWorks' first 10 years. The Linux 
| zone team has put together this greatly abbreviated 
| collection of things that stand out in our minds as 
| having rocked the world of Linux in a significant way.


10 easy ways to play with Linux without leaving Windows

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| While I haven't made the switch to Linux full time, I 
| find myself spending more and more time experimenting 
| of late. In particular, I'm enjoying projects like 
| Moblin and the Ubuntu Netbook Remix.



5 Fast Solutions To Deploy Ubuntu On Windows

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| For testing purposes or just for fun, almost any existing Linux distribution
| can be rapidly deployed from its Live CD or DVD ISO image, without the need
| to perform an installation to a hard drive or a USB drive. Windows users who
| are curious to test or use Ubuntu without actually installing it on a
| partition of the hard drive, have at least five fast solutions to deploy
| Ubuntu from within Windows without affecting the currently installed
| operating system or modifying the structure of hard drive partitions.


Measuring Ubuntuâs Market Share

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| Itâs clear from the approaches above that putting a hard number on Ubuntuâs
| market share is impossible.  Canonical seems reluctant to put forward any
| qualified figure, which is unfortunateâminimally, it would be nice to see an
| honest attempt at transparent analysis similar to Fedoraâs statistics.

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