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Red Hat Enterprise Linux Is Now Free For Developers

As you may know, Red Hat Enterprise Linux is among the most popular Linux system for servers and the business environment. It is a proprietary software, the users having to pay for both the license and technical support. Recently, the

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Linux News: New Progress Signs For The Development Of The DNF “RPM Package Manager”

As you may know, the Fedora developers started work at a new RPM package manager, called DNF, which is a fork of yum, using libsolv. It has been integrated in Fedora 18, but it is still under testing. It should

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After Fedora and OpenSUSE, Red Hat Replaces MySQL With MariaDB Too

After Fedora and OpenSUSE have switched from MySQL to MariaDB, Red Hat has announced that they will do the same thing. Starting with RHEL 7, Red Hat will replace MySQL with MariaDB, as the default database. And the next in

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Install LibreOffice 4.0.0 on your Linux Operating System

The final version of Libre Office 4.0.0 has been officially released for Linux platforms. The Document Foundation brought to Libreoffice 4.0.0 a lot of bugfixes and improvements. LibreOffice is the best free “office” text editor and gets more and more

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