The 2015 Linux Plumbers Conference (LPC) has announced that two microconferences have been accepted for the event, which will be held August 19-21 in Seattle.
By Libby Clark
The explosive growth of data from Internet-connected devices has, in turn, led to massive demand for storage and analysis tools in the tech industry. Treasure Data aims to serve this growing need for data storage and analysis in one place with their big data cloud service based on Linux.
By jake The 2015 Linux Plumbers Conference (LPC) has announced that two microconferences have been accepted for the event, which will be held August 19-21 in Seattle. The Checkpoint/Restart and Energy-aware scheduling and CPU power management microconferences will be held at LPC. Registration for the conference will open on March 27 and it will be co-located with LinuxCon North America, which will be held August 17-19.
Phoronix: LibOS for Linux is initially about breaking the Linux kernel’s networking stack out into user-space as a shared library.
From: Linux Today
By ris Forbes takes
a look at Cyanogen, and its prospects in the phone market.
“Cyanogen has a chance to snag as many as 1 billion handsets, more
than the total number of iPhones sold to date, according to some
analysts. Fifty million people already run Cyanogen on their phones, the
company says. Most went through the hours-long process of erasing an
Android phone and rebooting it with Cyanogen. [Kirt] McMaster is now persuading a growing list of phone manufacturers to make devices with Cyanogen built in, rather than Google’s Android. Their phones are selling out in record time. Analysts say each phone could bring Cyanogen a minimum of $10 in revenue and perhaps much more.”
By Marius Nestor The Black Lab Software team, through Roberto J. Dohnert, had the pleasure of announcing earlier today, March 24, the immediate availability for download of all four editions of Black Lab Linux 6.5, which includes Xfce 4.12, KDE 4.14.2, MATE 1.8.1, and GNOME 3.10.2 desktop environments.
Linux.com: The super-short version of this story is I run VNC software on my Linux servers, and I remote in using VNC.
From: Linux Today