By email@example.com Canonical has announced the availability of the second update to the Ubuntu 14.04 product line. The new release, version 14.04.2, does not represent an entirely new release, but rather a minor update to the 14.04 branch. The new images contain additional hardware support and bug fixes over the….
By Neil McAllister Linux Foundation Executive Director Jim Zemlin thinks the information security world needs fewer surgeons and more personal trainers, and he’s putting his organization’s money where his mouth is.
By firstname.lastname@example.org Cecil Watson has announced the release of LinHES 8.3, an updated release of the project’s specialist Arch-based distribution designed for set-top boxes and home entertainment computers – now complete with the new Kodi media centre: “The LinHES development team is pleased to announce the release of LinHES R8.3…..
By Jim Lynch In today’s open source roundup: Find out who’s writing Linux these days. Plus: Future Studio OS is designed for creative people, and run Android on your Windows device.
Enterprise Networking Planet: HP’s take on an Open Compute Project-compliant open networking switch isn’t for everyone
From: Linux Today
By Reuven Lerner For some time now, there has been tremendous growth in the world of Web applications. It’s quite amazing to see what you can do just via a Web browser – not only can you buy just about anything, but also a growing number of sites offer “software as a service”, often abbreviated as SaaS. The idea is that in exchange for a monthly service fee, you get access to a service.
Chris Mason has sent in his pull request of the Btrfs file-system changes for the Linux 3.20 (4.0?) kernel…
When we announced Hack, we were very excited for the community to get their hands on a programming language that has helped Facebook engineers become more productive in their day-to-day development and became, alongside PHP, the language used when developing applications running on HHVM.
From: Linux Today
By sjvn Red Hat ARM partnership expands and expects more from its members.
By Dave Taylor
In my last article, we began an exploration of date math by validating a given date
specified by the user, then explored how GNU date offers some slick math
capabilities, but has some inherent limitations, the most notable of which is
that it isn’t on 100% of all Linux and UNIX systems.
From: Linux Journal