Ever since Valve announced Steam OS last year one small detail has left many in the Linux community a little confused: why is the gaming OS based on Debian rather than Ubuntu?
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Networking gear maker Linksys has resurrected one of its most popular, customizable routers – the WRT54G – with a new version that takes advantage of the latest wireless technologies.
Following a recent trend in network attached storage (NAS), Amahi, the open source home server software based on Linux, has added remote network access using its new mobile app for iOS and a forthcoming Android app.
The key events of 2013 set up many of the changes in open computing that we can expect to see in 2014. This year, KVM (Kernel-based Virtual Machine) will go cross-platform, Linux will increasingly be deployed for mission-critical workloads, and the ubiquitous buzzword “software-defined” will amplify the need for open computing technologies. Here is a look at what’s in store for 2014.
The latest Humble Indie Bundle is here with all 6 games available for Linux!
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This blog series highlights the people who are collaborating to create the future of SDN and NFV. Kyle is a Principal Engineer and Chief OpenStack Architect in the Office of the Cloud CTO at Cisco. He works primarily on open source projects including OpenStack, Open vSwitch, OpenDaylight and libvirt.
Today the KDE Community released a Tech Preview of Frameworks 5, including two mature modules which are usable now. Why is this relevant for Qt coders and Free Software in general?
Light years ahead of the competition is Solar Flux – one of finest physics-based puzzle games I've played in a long time, now on Linux.
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A tech preview of the next generation of KDE's extensive libraries, Frameworks 5, has been released.
The official support period for Ubuntu 13.04 comes to an end later this month. From January 27 the Raring Ringtail will receive no further security updates, bug fixes or package upgrades.
Valve have announced 12 new hardware partners shipping Linux-powered Steam Machines.
Open computing has been steadily growing in enterprise acceptance and, in 2013, that trend accelerated sharply writes IBM's Adam Jollans. Many factors contributed to the upward trajectory of open computing in the last year. However, there were three notable developments that, in retrospect, were the critical game-changers.
With the Consumer Electronics Show set to roll in Las Vegas next week, now is the time to speculate on how embedded Linux will play in the CE realm in 2014. The following projections point to expected milestones for Linux or Android in mobile devices, laptops, set-tops and TVs, smartwatches and wearables, home automation, automobiles, and robots.