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  • R1Soft Releases Linux Hot Copy (HCP) 3.3.1 Beta
  • Elastra Expands PHP 5.1.6 Support
  • CA Encryption Key Manager Runs on Linux
  • Ubuntu Powers Dell’s Tiny Multimedia Powerhouse
  • Skype to Open Source Its Linux Client
  • Use Open Source Campware for a Free Press
  • Turnkey Linux New Appliances and Amazon EC2
  • Freescale Android Development Platform
  • Red Hat Virtualization for Servers

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