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Linus Torvalds dismisses 'anti-Microsoft stuff', claims Microsoft is now 'much friendlier' towards Linux
Microsoft first announced its love for Linux in 2015 shortly after Satya Nadella became CEO
The new feature will prevent high-privileged accounts from interfering with kernel code
Older, more established ways of doing things simply don't measure up any longer
Torvalds' blunt but entertaining emails likely to become a thing of the past
Linus Torvalds: AMD CPU security report is "garbage" and the security industry a "circus"
Open source software now dominates vast swathes of computing
Free software evangelist John Gilmore to Torvalds in 2005: "SHA1 has been broken..."
Intel x86 still Torvalds' "favourite architecture"
"Yes, I'm grumpy," admits Torvalds
Torvalds tipped over the edge by 'brain-damaged stupid' comments style
'Deliberately planned and persistent campaign to frame Linus and feed him to an outrage mob' - Raymond
Jim Zemlin, executive director of the Linux Foundation, also says the future is basically a software-defined data centre, and concludes by saying open source developers are 'like poets'
A far cry from the Linux as 'cancer' days, Steve…
IT vendors commonly co-operate to standardise platforms these days, but Cloudera and MapR say a firm 'no' to Hortonworks' ODP collaboration
Seriously, basic coding isn't like basic reading, writing and 'rithmatic, argues the Finnish genius
Linus Torvalds interview, part three: 'All my daughter wanted for Christmas was a polymerase chain reaction machine'
In the final part of a three-part interview, Linux creator and Millennium Technology Prize winner Linus Torvalds talks about the new frontiers of technology - and the 'benefits' of his own 'cult of personality'
In the second part of a three-part interview, Linux creator and Millennium Technology Prize winner Linus Torvalds talks about real-world Linux and looks into the future
In the first part of a three-part interview, Linus Torvalds talks about how he got Linux off the ground, the 'marketing' of Linux and Raspberry Pi. First published in 2012.
'Broken' US system doles out bad patents, encouraging 'suicidal behaviour'