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By | 17/07/2013

BURNING TODAY – Ongoing spat between Linus and Sarah Sharp over abusive language used in kernel mailing lists.

  1. Intel Programmer Sarah Sharp Wants Linux Creator Linus Torvalds To Knock Off The ‘Verbal Abuse’ (Read More…)
  2. Linus Torvalds defends his right to shame Linux kernel developers (Read More…)
  3. In this article, I’ll examine how Debian compares to Ubuntu and whether or not it can make for a solid Ubuntu alternative. (Read More…)
  4. There’s scarcely a part of computing today, from cloud servers to phone OSes, that isn’t powered by Linux or in some way affected by it. (Read More…)
  5. A couple of years ago, Linus Torvalds was discussing Linux version numbers and said, “I think I will call it 3.11 Linux for Workgroups.” It turns out he wasn’t joking. (Read More…)
  6. Download Oracle Java JRE / JDK in Linux using wget by bypassing license (Read More…)
  7. CompuLab announced a tiny mini-PC based on a 1.2GHz, single-, dual-, or quad-core Freescale i.MX6 system-on-chip (Read More…)
  8. Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.10 Updates Server Security and MySQL (Read More…)
  9. Darling project - A project is aiming to build a Wine-like compatibility layer for Linux operating systems that would allow them to run OS X applications. (Read More…)
  10. Bluestar Linux – full-2013.07.11 – Released. This release introduces a number of new and useful  features, including new icons for shutdown/reboot/logout/screenlock, and extended language installation options. (Read More…)

 

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