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  6. Ubuntu 16.04 LTS Xenial Xerus Makes Its Debut
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  1. The Successful B2B Relationship: It's About Time
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    On LinuxInsider
  3. Ubuntu Goes to Microsoft's Windows 10 Bash
    On LinuxInsider
  4. Qubes' Xen-Like Security Requires a Leap of Faith
    On LinuxInsider
  5. Apricity OS Is Clean and Classy
    On LinuxInsider
  6. Facebook Plots Secret Chat for Messenger
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  7. LXLE Gives Aging Hardware a New Lease on Life
    On LinuxInsider
  8. Ubuntu 16.04 LTS Xenial Xerus Makes Its Debut
    On LinuxInsider
  9. Hortonworks Ramps Up Hadoop Security
    On LinuxInsider
  10. Volkswagen Picks Mirantis to Build Massive OpenStack Cloud
    On LinuxInsider
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