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  • OpenSUSE 11.2: A promising future for the Linux Desktop?

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  • Thinning down the Linux desktop

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  • Beyond the survey: IT pros sound off on Linux desktops

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  • Oracle moves to support Linux desktops

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  • Sizing up the Linux desktop market, part 2

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  • Experts: Linux desktop growth steady and unstoppable

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  • Linux desktops: Hacks, apps and enterprise use

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