By Robert Storey Offering both a systemd and OpenRC edition, the Manjaro developers are giving their users a chance to choose for themselves which init system they would like to run. Manjaro-OpenRC boots fast, runs fast, is stable as the Rock of Gibraltar, and boasts an enormous software collection.
This month on Phoronix there were 227 original news stories and 13 featured length articles / Linux hardware reviews. Here’s a look at what was exciting Phoronix readers the most this month…
Nixcraft: How do I hotplug a CPU on a running Linux system?
From: Linux Today
By Maren Abatielos
Rafael Laguna, CEO of Open-Xchange, the producer of the groupware Open-Xchange, explains in this article that the Open Source industry and its contributors have evolved from “ponytailed computer geeks” to worldwide successful companies and IT professionals who are paid for their contribution to Open Source software which led to the rise of this industry.
The complete article can be found in the Univention blog.
By email@example.com This week in DistroWatch Weekly: Review: Manjaro OpenRC 0.8.13 – reinventing init without systemdNews: Fedora 22 released, Ubuntu’s Community Council attempts to oust Kubuntu’s lead developer, details on the Lumina desktop, FreeBSD gains 64-bit Linux emulation and Mandriva closes its doorsQuestions and answers: Debian, Devuan and systemdTorrent corner:….
By Marius Nestor We are informing all Chapeau 20 users that they will have to upgrade to the current stable version of the distribution, Chapeau 21, as soon as possible by following the official upgrade instructions provided the devs.