Steam, the video gaming digital distribution client may soon see the light of day as a Linux program. After many years of denial, Valve has finally thrown open the gates to Linux. Read on to find out more about Steam on Linux.

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Linus Torvalds is one of the most respected men in the world of software. He has made considerable efforts to build and maintain an OS kernel that changed the way software is done. Linus truly deserves this award for bringing together an awesome group of selfless people and creating a better world for us all.

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The enterprise sector is the playground of Linux, and its adoption has been on a constant rise in this sector. Recently, the Linux Foundation has revealed some trends, gathered from a survey conducted among enterprise users.

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A vulnerability in X.org server allows for locked screen to be bypassed by pressing a combination of keys.

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A project to unify the Android kernel and Linux kernel by 3.3 has been started.

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This PayPal integration will let Ubuntu application developers earn from worldwide app-sales in a hassle free way and will attract new talents and developers to the Ubuntu app ecosystem.

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Ubuntu announces Ubuntu One Web Music Streaming. Take 20GB of music with you on the go.

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Ubuntu has released Ubuntu 12.04 Alpha 1, only seven weeks into the release cycle. The version is still in alpha and is meant to be a sneak-peek into the upcoming LTS release.

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The final build of Linux Mint 12, which features GNOME 3 with MGSE layer on top of it, is now available for download.

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The vital files in a Linux file system are arranged across various directories and sometimes, this gets redundant. Fedora project aims to consolidate all of this into a well-defined structure.

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We go an a visual screenshot tour of Ubuntu’s newest release, the Oneiric Ocelot.

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Ubuntu 11.10 Oneiric Ocelot Beta1 Released

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Oracle Changes its JDK Licensing, Oracle JDK No More Available for Linux Distros

From JDK version 7, Oracle has planned to support OpenJDK and withdraw the Operating System Distributor License for Java. This has resulted in a withdrawal of OracleJDK from the repositories of Linux distributions.

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After a one week delay from the scheduled release date, the Fedora Project has released the first alpha version of Fedora 16, codenamed “Verne” earlier today.

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Linus Torvalds announces the release of the final stable version Linux 3.0. With the release of Linux 3.0, Torvalds has finally brought Linux out of the 2.6.x series, which had been in development for more than seven years.

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