A Decade's Worth of Linux Goodness: Top 10 Linux Planet Stories 2009
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"The top 10 most popular stories on Linux Planet covered a range
of topics, and even included some very old stories that were
published long before 2009.
"The Number One most popular story of 2009 is Steven J.
Vaughan-Nichols' How Many Linux Users Are There (Really)?. Answers
range from 0.83% to ubiquitous.
"Number Two is a two-part series by the excellent Eric Geier,
Remote Desktop Between Ubuntu/Linux and Windows, Part I and Remote
Desktop Between Ubuntu/Linux and Windows, Part II
"Number Three is a story that just won't go away, as it was
first published in 1999: How to Compile the Linux Kernel by James
Andrews. Akkana Peck wrote a contemporary kernel-building howto a
decade later that required three parts, which shows how much more
complex the Linux kernel has become:"
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