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Infrastructure Linux News for Feb 21, 2009

  • RIP Linux (2009-02-21 22:02:32)
    linuxsysconfig: "Don't worry, Linux is not dead yet. And the $TITLE is not about a new RIP implementation on Linux. The name stands for Recovery Is Possible and it's in fact a Slackware based Live OS."

  • Friday Fun: Racing Fun with SuperTuxKart Racer (2009-02-21 18:02:32)
    The How-to Geek: "We finally made it to another Friday so it's time to kick back with a cool free racing game! Tux Racer is a free game based on the Mario Kart concept, but features the Linux mascot Tux instead."

  • Linux Netbooks: $435 million in vaporized 2008 profits (2009-02-21 16:02:32)
    Netbook Digest: "Now we're talking about something that's often missed but actually accounting for a bigger hole in MSFT's profit: the cannibalization of Vista sales by XP. Once again, we did the heavy work and dug up numbers from reputable sources."

  • Editor's Note: Finally, We Have It All- Small, Fast, and Affordable (2009-02-21 00:02:32)
    I remember the first time I saw a Toshiba Libretto way back in 1999 or so. It was small and easy to lug around, and perfect for checking email and writing notes while on the road. But it cost nearly as much as a full-size laptop, so even though it filled an important niche, it was hard to overlook that for a little more money you could get a lot more computer.