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While it was built completely on Linux, OSv is not Linux. It is an operating system written in C++ and designed to optimize the performance of a single application in the cloud.
It's been a long time coming but work a revamped set of icons for the Ubuntu desktop is underway in 14.04 – and we've got screenshots.
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Rumours was a great Fleetwood Mac album to listen to. Now hear this: El Reg's Storage Rumour Control has three good ones (rumours, not Fleetwood Mac albums – sadly) for your delight.
Intel and Microsoft no longer dominate the personal computing industry as the once fearsome Wintel alliance, Intel has acknowledged. Now the chip giant has announced a broad push to get its silicon into devices running Windows' rival operating systems.
Los Bros Wolfram have thrown their weight behind the Raspberry Pi and its mission to get more kiddies coding, by offering up their signature product Mathematica as a free inclusion in future versions of Raspbian.
Updates to the Jolicloud OS, based on Ubuntu 10.04, and the Jolicloud desktop environment, available for Ubuntu 12.04 and up through a PPA, will be discontinued in December of this year.
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I’ve been in my new role for a couple weeks now and have been struck by something I’ve discovered: the vibrancy of the OpenDaylight developer community. I have spent the last week starting to engage with a number of the developers on the project and every single one has shared a passion for the project that I didn’t quite expect. OpenDaylight has brought together a community of people who share one vision--to change networking. Not to serve vendor interests. The results speak for themselves.
Eduard Bachmakov contributed to the LLVM Clang Static Analyzer for the Linux kernel with LLVM project lead Behan Webster and Linux Foundation trainer Jan-Simon Moeller as one of 15 GSoC interns with the Linux Foundation this summer. The analzyer is a userspace tool used at compile time to find bugs in a patch before it's submitted.
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