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03/02 Pardus 3.0

Distro watch - Tue, 10/03/2015 - 02:55
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03/03 PelicanHPC 4.0-testing

Distro watch - Tue, 10/03/2015 - 02:55
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​Linux adopts conflict resolution code

Zdnet news - Tue, 10/03/2015 - 01:35
The Linux development community now has an organized way to deal with the eternal problem of developer conflict.

Categories: Linux News

OpenDaylight Developer Spotlight: Jamie Goodyear

Linux.com - Tue, 10/03/2015 - 00:34

Jamie Goodyear is a Computer Systems Analyst with Savoir Technologies, an Apache Software Foundation Member, and an open source evangelist. He has designed, critiqued, and supported architectures for large organizations worldwide. 

Categories: Linux News

OpenDaylight Developer Spotlight: David Jorm

Linux.com - Tue, 10/03/2015 - 00:34

David Jorm is a product security engineer based in Brisbane, Australia. He currently leads product security efforts for IIX, a software-defined interconnection company. 

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OpenDaylight Developer Spotlight: Daniel Farrell

Linux.com - Tue, 10/03/2015 - 00:33

Daniel Farrell is a Software Engineer, recently upgraded from an intern, on Red Hat’s SDN Team. He has been working on SDN-related projects since he entered the industry, which was right as SDN started to pick up speed. 

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Ceph Open Source Storage Grows With Red Hat Backing

Linux.com - Mon, 09/03/2015 - 23:02

In the past few weeks we've seen Ceph become an integral part of Red Hat's Enterprise Linux OpenStack Platform 6 and the latest update of its core enterprise operating system, RHEL 7.1, as well as a key consulting area in its newly announced Cloud Innovation Practice.

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On the Linux Kernel’s Code of Conflict

Linux.com - Mon, 09/03/2015 - 20:06

Last week, 60 kernel developers signed off on a small patch called the Code of Conflict that provides guidelines for discourse in the kernel community and outlines a path for mediation if someone feels abused or threatened. The code was written by kernel maintainer Greg K-H, supported by many of the most prolific maintainers and developers of the kernel community and accepted into the kernel by Linus Torvalds himself.  

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CompuLab Utilite2 Is a Tiny ARM Desktop PC Running Ubuntu

Omgubuntu - Mon, 09/03/2015 - 18:58

CompuLab, best known in Linux circles for being the manufacturer of the popular MintBox PCs, has launched the Utilite2 — a super small ARM PC running Ubuntu or Android.

Housed inside a tiny 3.4-inch by 2.3-inch aluminium casing is the Qualcomm Snapdragon 600 processor, a quad-core CPU running at 1.7GHz, 2GB RAM and 4GB eMMC storage.

The base model of the Utilite2 costs $192. An additional model is also available for $229 that bumps the internal storage to 32GB.

This thing is tiny. Seriously tiny.

All models of the Utilite2 come with HDMI out, Gigabit Ethernet, built-in dual-antenna Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 4.0.

Buyers also have access to audio in/out jack, micro USB/OTG and four USB 2.0 ports for connecting mice, keyboards an other compatible peripherals.

The Utilite2 is capable of powering a display with a max resolution of 1920×1080.

Choice of Ubuntu 12.04.3 for ARM

Compulab also saves buyers the hard work of finding a compatible Ubuntu for ARM build by offering its own version based on Ubuntu 12.04.3. An Android 4.3 image preloaded with Google Play is also available.

While not intending to be a mainstream device (CompuLab largely targets industrial use cases) the Utilite2 is sure to find some fans among the Linux on ARM enthusiast crowd.

The smaller, cheaper and more powerful $89 Intel Compute Stick may be better suited to anyone looking for a low-cost, low-power way to run more recent versions of Ubuntu and as much of the Linux software catalog as possible.

If you’re interested in buying head on over to the official product page for more details, including shipping dates and lead times.

Compulab Utilite2 Product Page

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SUSE Explains Why the Future of Enterprise Storage is Open Source

Linux.com - Mon, 09/03/2015 - 18:48

SUSE's announcement last month of its new enterprise storage solution based on the open source Ceph project is perfectly timed for the storage market's growth.

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Managing a hybrid cloud? Here’s what System Center can do for you

The Register - Mon, 09/03/2015 - 14:59
Promo Free one-day seminar on 20 March

Microsoft has assembled a crack squad of Most Valuable Professionals (MVPs) to run a one-day webinar on the software’s role in hybrid cloud environments. This course is aimed at people working in all areas of IT infrastructure and includes plenty of hands-on demos that explore System Center and Azure Pack in-depth.

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Network competition? Puh-lease. It's all about the Apple-Android Axis of Fondle

The Register - Mon, 09/03/2015 - 13:39
MWC 2015 Rival mobile OSes in race for third place

“Competition is the best protector that a consumer and the best friend that an innovator ever had,” the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Chairman Tom Wheeler told Mobile World Congress last week.

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Chewier than a slice of Pi: MIPS Creator CI20 development board

The Register - Mon, 09/03/2015 - 11:03
Review Use your Imagination

Time was when chip-makers’ processor evaluation boards were well beyond the reach of ordinary mortals. That didn't matter, of course: ordinary mortals weren't interested in small, nude motherboards designed to help designers of embedded systems judge a microprocessor's suitability for the application they were working on.

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​NCC Group to audit OpenSSL for security holes

Zdnet news - Sat, 07/03/2015 - 22:02
With the support of the Linux Foundation's Core Infrastructure Initiative, the NCC Group will be auditing OpenSSL's source code for problems.

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Grab your pitchforks: Ubuntu to switch to <code>systemd</code> on Monday

The Register - Sat, 07/03/2015 - 14:00
It's Debian all o'er agin, I tells ye!

The Ubuntu Project is set to move forward with a plan to make a controversial system management tool a key part of Ubuntu Linux.

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Litecoin-mining code found in BitTorrent app, freeloaders hit the roof

The Register - Sat, 07/03/2015 - 02:36
Maybe buying that Blu-Ray in the first place was the better option, huh?

μTorrent users are furious after discovering their favorite file-sharing app is quietly bundled with a Litecoin mining program.

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