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- Ubuntu's Linux Retail Strategy Gears Up for 2010
Linux Planet: "Linux at retail has been a hit-and-miss proposition for more than a decade. Consumers have been able to purchase some boxed versions of Linux distros from off store shelves over the years, though for the most part, that's not how most have historically acquired Linux."
- Linux Australia Funds Important Legal Research on Free Software Compliance
Brendan Scott: "Over the past twelve months or so I’ve noticed an upswing in enquiries about free software compliance. For example, someone might be seeking access to source code for embedded devices with Linux and/or Busybox on them."
- Ubuntu dumps the brown, introduces new theme and branding
ars Technica: "Ubuntu dumps the brown, introduces new theme and branding Canonical has revealed the style of the new default theme that will be used in Ubuntu 10.04, the next major version of the popular Linux distribution. In a significant departure from tradition, Ubuntu is shedding its signature brown color scheme and is adopting a new look with a palette that includes orange and an aubergine shade of purple."
- Intel Introduces Atom-Based SMB Server Platform
Hardware Central: "Intel is aiming to tackle the small-business server market with its first server platform based on the Atom processor."
- The Mobile View: Linux Kernel 2.6.33
Linux.com: "Last week brought the arrival of a new Linux kernel, version 2.6.33. With it, came quite a few changes likely to interest to device developers. So, here is a breakdown of the most significant mobile/embedded updates to come in the latest kernel."
- Magnatune sends check to GNOME Foundation thanks to Rhythmbox
buckman's magnatune blog: "Screenshot-Magnatune Preferences A long while ago, I pledged Magnatune to pay 10% of its sales due to Rhythmbox (a fantastic music player for Linux), back to the GNOME Foundation. Today, I wrote the check."
- Canonical CEO Elucidates on Lucid Lynx Linux Server
Serverwatch: "Canonical, the lead commercial sponsor behind the Ubuntu Linux project, has a new CEO this week. Jane Silber, the former chief operating officer of the company, has now officially taken the reins from Canonical founder Mark Shuttleworth -- and is already talking up what's ahead for the popular Linux distribution."
- Ubuntu 10.04 To Support iPhone/iPod Touch?
OSNews: "Well, this is a welcome surprise for those of us waiting for Ubuntu 10.04, the Lucid Lynx. Several users are reporting that their iPod Touches and iPhones (including the 3GS) work in alpha 3 - without tweaking, without jailbreaking, without patching - with Nautilus and Rythmbox."
- RSA Authentication Weakness Discovered
Help Net Security: "The most common digital security technique used to protect both media copyright and Internet communications has a major weakness, University of Michigan computer scientists have discovered."
- Linux Kernel Programmers win Linux New Media Award for Outstanding Contribution
Linux Pro Magazine: "Markus Feilner, Klaus Knopper, and Jim Zemlin helped present the 2010 Linux New Media Awards at CeBIT. Winners accepted their awards on stage while the ceremony streamed live over the Internet"
- Elliott Associates and Novell: All About a Game of Cat and Mouse
Standards Blog: "First up, no one at Novell is going to want to be acquired by Elliott. Why? Because Elliott will almost certainly want to break Novell up and sell the pieces."
- Igelle DSV: A New Fast Lightweight Linux
Linux Planet: "Igelle DSV 1.0.0 is a recently released distribution with an eye on simplicity, and a focus on a simple end-user experience and a small footprint."
- Linux Learning Centers Growing in Central Texas
Blog of Helios: "He stood beside me as I coaxed the wireless connection to life on another machine and asked me if there were any math games. Arron is 7."
- Getting Loopy: Performance Loopers For Linux Musicians
Linux Journal: "Each of the loopers profiled here includes the basic set of features noted above and each adds some unique appeal of its own. They are all licensed under the GPL and are completely free and open-source software."
- Elliot Associates' worrisome Novell plans
Cyber Cynic: "Elliot Associates is best known as a 'vulture fund.' They don't make investments to turn companies around. They make investments to crush the cash out of them and then leave the picked over bones for someone else to pick up."
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