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  18. today's howtos
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  19. Red Hat Statements and Puff Pieces
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  20. Programming Leftovers
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  21. Microsoft Grilled for Letting China and Russia Crack US Government Systems
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  22. Windows TCO Leftovers
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  29. Deepin Linux V23 RC2 delivers a kung fu kick from China to knock out Windows 11
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  38. LWN on Linux Kernel Space
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