Top 10 Articles of 2008

As the year winds down we take one last look back at 2008 with the very best of LinuxMagazine.com writing.

Wrapping up our year in review (See Top 10 Software Development Articles of 2008 and Top 10 Sys Admin Articles of 2008), we’ve complied the best of Linux Magazine in 2008. Thanks to the writers, editors and , especially, the readers for making this an outstanding year.

#10

Spawn of Ubuntu

Looking for a new desktop? Ubuntu’s spiffy progeny includes several worth checking out, including Linux Mint, Freespire, and gOS.
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#9

The Importance of Command Line Literacy

The oldest interface is still one of the best. Learning about shells and utilities can pay off for jobs where they’re the fastest or most flexible.
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#8

Getting Ready for Samba4

Samba Team member Andrew Bartlett explores the world of Samba4, its development status, what you can (and can’t) do with Samba4, and — most importantly — when you can expect to start using Samba4 in a production environment.
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#7

Ten New Features that Make PostgreSQL 8.3 a Must-Have

New and nifty features in PostgreSQL 8.3 that could turn the head of even the MySQL faithful make it a must-have upgrade.
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#6

Sun Launches OpenSolaris on a Post-OS World

Because you were probably just thinking that your choices on operating systems were feeling a little limited.
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