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Ubuntu 10.10 Linux Released To Beta
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Written by Daniel   
Friday, 03 September 2010 17:39

From Information Week

Distribution, codenamed Maverick Meerkat, speeds boot time, enhances cloud integration.

Canonical and the Ubuntu team yesterday released the latest version of its Linux distribution, formerly codenamed Maverick Meerkat, to beta, with a release candidate expected in October.

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Linux Gets Google Voice, Video Chat
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Written by Daniel   
Friday, 20 August 2010 16:54

From Information Week

Plug-in compatible with Ubuntu, other Debian-based Linux distributions released two years after Windows and Mac versions.
Google's web-based voice and video chat service, a long-time staple for users of Windows and the Macintosh operating systems, now is available to Linux users.

The free plug-in supports Ubuntu and other Debian-based Linux distributions. RPM support will be coming soon, said Tristan Schmelcher, software engineer, in a company blog.

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64-bit Flash for Linux dropped as Adobe preps next version
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Written by Daniel   
Tuesday, 15 June 2010 17:28

From ARS Technica

Adobe has discontinued its experimental 64-bit Flash player for Linux, citing the need for significant architectural changes to the software. The company assures users that the project hasn't been abandoned.

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Red Hat Loosens Enterprise Linux Restrictions
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Written by Daniel   
Tuesday, 27 April 2010 17:04

From Computer Week

Enterprise Linux customers with premium support get an open gateway to use on Amazon's EC2.

In a bid to simplify cloud computing for its large customers, Red Hat has announced that subscribers to Red Hat Enterprise Linux with premium support may move their instances between on-premises and in-the-cloud without modifying their license agreements.

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Linux Graybeards? Yes, But Also A Wisdom Circle
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Written by Daniel   
Monday, 19 April 2010 17:07

From Information Week

The annual Linux developer meet-up is underway in San Francisco, with code producers and maintainers looking at ways to improve the process and bring in new blood.

Linux is in a strong marketplace position, despite the graying of some of its key maintainers, thanks to cloud computing and other trends that favor it over Windows and older versions of Unix, claimed Jim Zemlin, executive director of The Linux Foundation.

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The Life Expectancy of Linux
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Written by Daniel   
Thursday, 15 April 2010 17:59

FromTechnology News


Linux can't be around forever, can it? For that matter, what does the future hold for operating systems in general? "If you asked me to predict what operating systems would look like in the future, I would probably give you quite a pessimistic answer," said blogger Jeremy Visser. "I think that future OSes will be more and more locked down, and you will be doing less with them while thinking you are doing more."

Human beings are a naturally curious species, most would surely agree, and for as long as we've had cards to punch or keyboards to type on, we've wondered what computing technologies the future might bring.

Linux bloggers are no exception -- indeed, they might even be created a little more equal in this respect, shall we say, particularly when it comes to their favorite platform.

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