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- TurnKey Linux�High On Steroids
Linux For You: "What happens when your online team asks for a Drupal or Wordpress server, or you require a file server for your branch office really quickly?"
- 21 More Notable Free Linux Games (Part 1 of 3)
LinuxLinks: "Now, let's scrutinize the 7 games at hand. For each game we have compiled its own portal page, providing screenshots of the game in action, a full description of the game, with an in-depth analysis of the features of the game, together with links to relevant resources and reviews."
- Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 Desktop edition
Distrowatch: "Red Hat may be one of the few companies in the world that really get open source. Red Hat builds its products on open source, is very liberal with its source code and actively supports important projects with developer hours."
- Rubin Demos Honeycomb Tablet, NFC on Nexus S with Gingerbread
Enterprise Mobile Today: "Google's Android czar Andy Rubin during a presentation yesterday showed off a prototype of a Motorola Android tablet running Honeycomb, the next version of the Linux mobile OS that's optimized for slate PCs and due out early next year."
- Java 7 and 8 Get the Green Light Over Apache Opposition
DevX: "The technical specifications for both Java 7 and Java 8 have been passed by the Java Community Process (JCP) in an executive committee vote. The vote for both JSR-336 on Java 7 and JSR-337 on Java 8 was 12 in favor and three opposed."
- And Then There Was One: Red Hat
OStatic: "...this year is one that anyone interested in open source should remember for a long time, because it was the year that every single U.S. public company focused on open source lost its independence, except one: Red Hat."
- Google targets iPad with Android 3 Honeycomb tablet yumminess
The Register: "Google's Andy Rubin has been showing off Honeycomb, the next version of Android and one with proper tablet support, explaining how Android applications will work across form factors."
- LibreOffice RC1 arrives
The H Open: "The Document Foundation has announced the availability of the first release candidate (RC1) for version 3.3 of LibreOffice, the free open source office suite."
- The First X.Org Server 1.10 Snapshot Brings Some Fun
Phoronix: "Following the hiatus last week with the X.Org Server 1.10 merge window being kept open to allow time for finishing up RandR 1.4 with per-CRTC pixmaps and then NVIDIA pushing for fence sync support in this release, the work has now settled and the merge window has closed."
- Ubuntu 10.10 vs. Mac OS X 10.6.5: A Competitive Race
Phoronix: "Back in May, we published benchmarks of Mac OS X 10.6.3 vs. Windows 7 vs. Ubuntu 10.04, along with other times, looking at the performance of Apple's Mac OS X operating system relative to Ubuntu and other Linux distributions."
- Smart 3G router runs Linux
Linux Devices: "Opengear has begun shipping a line of "smart" Linux-based cellular routers. The ACM5004-G routers support remote management via 3G, offering console server functionality and control of devices with serial, USB, Ethernet and digital I/O interfaces."
- Ubuntu One Music Supports AirPlay on iPhone
Softpedia: "Ubuntu One Music has now support for iPhone's new AirPlay technology, which allows users to stream audio, video and image files stored in your Ubuntu One account directly to your Applet TV, stereo device, or any other AirPlay-compatible hardware."
- Leveraging Linux for Supercomputing
TechNews World: "High-performance computing (HPC) applications such as numerical simulation -- whether for forecasting, mechanical and structure simulation, or computational chemistry -- require a large number of CPUs for processing."
- OSSEC: the Open Source Host Intrusion Detection System
Houcem HACHICHA's Blog: "With over seven years of active development, and more than 20000 downloads a month, OSSEC has become the de-facto standard for open source Host-based Intrusion Detection."
- The Move To Linux - Encrypted Disk Issues
Linux Journal: "One of the standards that has become normal in the US federal sector is the requirement that all mobile devices, such as laptops, have encrypted drives."
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