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The German city of Munich has begun offering free Ubuntu 12.04 CDs in local libraries in an effort to help citizens still using Windows XP.
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We're live blogging from LinuxCon and CloudOpen in New Orleans at 9 a.m. and 2 p.m. Central, Sept. 16-18. Catch Monday's keynotes by Jim Zemlin, The Linux Foundation; Eben Upton, Raspberry Pi; Gabe Newell, Valve; Chris DiBona, Google; and Brian Aker, HP.
This is a guest blog from IBM VP, Worldwide Marketing, IBM Power Systems. Thank you, Lisa Johnston, for contributing to Linux.com.
As many of you know, IBM has a long standing commitment to open source innovation and Linux in particular. We have been part of the Linux Foundation and all its exciting events from day one. Of course, IBM will be part of LinuxCon 2013 – again as a Platinum sponsor. A large team of IBMers is heading to New Orleans next week, where we look forward to connecting with both creators and consumers of the open technology that we come together to celebrate. We have a variety of interesting sessions and fun activities planned for you. Here are some of the highlights:
Mir developers have shared an older video demo of Mir that, they say, shows the 'experience and performance' users can expect to find soon.
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This was the week when Linus Torvalds, chief Penguin of LinuxLand, unleashed not one, but two mighty rants on the interwebs. First, Torvalds said he resented recent attacks on the integrity of the kernel's security.
The next version of the Linux kernel, version 3.12, has a name: “Suicidal squirrel”.
Amazon has released a tool to let developers test apps that use the DynamoDB API, and to do so offline.
Last time around I took a look at the Cubieboard, installing Linux onto it and its general power usage needs. Now we'll see some numbers on how well the A10 ARM at the heart of the Cubieboard performs.