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  • Secure Shell Charter (SSH Charter)

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  • Windows to Linux basics: Experts say a little Linux learning is enough for Windows shops

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  • Filling in the gaps among Linux clusters, Interview with Eric Pitcher

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  • Update: Red Hat refutes certification lock-in charge

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  • Dos & don’ts: Linux migration tips for Windows admins

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  • Data center barriers to Linux are history

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  • Simple ways to try Linux without dumping Windows

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