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- New Peppermint Flavour Linux For The Cloud
eWeek: "A new cloud-focused Linux flavor launched recently; known as Peppermint, the operating system is currently a small, private beta and will open up to more testers over the next two to four weeks."
- Firefox 3.6.4 Lorentz Hits Beta - Out-of-Process is Here!
Netstat -vat: "As opposed to Firefox 3.6.2 and Firefox 3.6.3 (there was no 3.6.1 release), the main focus for the 3.6.4 release isn't about a security fix."
- Oracle's ODF Plug-in Pricing: What's up with That?
Standards Blog: "It does leave open one tantalizing question though, that's harder to read: does the decision to charge for the plug-in indicate that Oracle is taking its ODF-compliant office suite unit seriously as a money maker, and plans to put serious resources behind it..."
- Hey Adobe, Dump Apple, Go Linux
Cyber Cynic: "Who can blame Adobe for being ticked off? They wanted a slice of the lucrative Apple iPad/iPhone application business, and Apple won't let Adobe applications, or even Flash, on either platform."
- Twenty Computers in Twenty Days
Blog of Helios: "A dry spell, whether it's a true lack of rain or more metaphorically, a slowdown in business, can be a reason for concern. We've pretty much exhausted our computer stock and there hasn't been much to do lately for The HeliOS Project."
- Fedora 13 Spotlight Feature: NetworkManager Gets Even More Connected
Red Hat News: "As with previous Fedora releases, we'll once again be highlighting some of the new and improved features in a series of blogs leading up to our latest release, Fedora 13, anticipated in mid-May. First up on our list is NetworkManager."
- Apple driving Adobe into Android's arms?
Linux Devices: "Earlier this month, an Adobe employee told Apple to go screw itself over its new restrictive developer policies for the iPhone 4.0. Now, Adobe says, it's moving on, officially focusing its Flash technology on Google's Android and other competing smartphone platforms."
- Ubuntu 10.04 Is Hit By Major X.Org Memory Leak
Phoronix: "There's a last-minute X.Org Server update that's being looked at as a result of a "major memory leak" that has been found over the past week."
- At Last, Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6
Linux Planet: "Linux vendor Red Hat today released the first public beta of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 (RHEL 6), giving observers a look at what's to come in the next version of its flagship operating system platform."
- Canonical CTO Matt Zimmerman Speaks
Daniweb: "There are some secret goings on in the mill at Canonical that he didn't tell us about but I can read between the lines."
- Build Your Own Sabayon Linux with Sabayon CoreCD 5.2
Softpedia: "This minimalistic operating system is created for advanced users who want to build a customized installation of Sabayon Linux. It can also be used for USB installations!"
- Installing Speed Dreams 1.4.0 RC1 On Ubuntu 9.10
Howtoforge: "Speed Dreams is is a free, 3d cross-platform, open source motorsport simulation and racing game, released under the GNU General Public License (GPL). This guide shows how to install it on an Ubuntu 9.10 desktop."
- IT Outsourcing and the "Unemployable" US Tech Professional
Datamation: "For a young IT job candidate to muster an attitude of humility and gratitude in this atmosphere can be hard."
- HP and Likewise to release Linux-based storage line
Cyber Cynic: "Now, HP has partnered with Likewise to bring plug-and-play Linux file servers to mid-size and enterprise businesses"
- ACTA arrives (still bad, but a tiny bit better)
ars Technica: "How will ACTA be used? Probably in the same way that the DMCA has been used: as a worldwide stick to beat through a US-centric version of copyright and IP law."