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Article from Issue 104/2009

Professional users are always searching for an edge. Whether you work with Linux as a webmaster, programmer, system administrator, or security consultant, you know the best solution depends on finding the right tool for the job.

  • Arkeia Announces Network Backup 8.0
  • Fish Takes the Fear out of the Command Line
  • XO Laptop Gen 1.5 Being Developed
  • Nettop Shuttle X270V Comes with openSUSE
  • Moxa’s Industrial Automation
  • Envizions’ Linux Gaming Console
  • Ubuntu-Based eBox Server
  • Palm Pre Running Open Source
  • Alcatel-Lucent’s Embedded Linux Network Switches
  • Dual-Mode Wi-Fi and HSPA Huawei Netbooks

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