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Developer Linux News for Feb 19, 2010

  • Ubuntu Optimizes its OS for ARM CPUs (Feb 19, 2010, 20:03)
    Maximum PC: "An ARM-based netbook running Ubuntu could be in your future with the newest version of Ubuntu Netbook Edition."

  • Issues Within The X.Org Foundation? (Feb 19, 2010, 19:03)
    Phoronix: "Since the elections started there has been a rather explosive mailing list discussion started by Luc Verhaegen and it has revealed new details about this foundation."

  • New attempt to integrate AppArmor into Linux (Feb 19, 2010, 18:03)
    The H Open: "John Johansen, a developer with commercial Ubuntu sponsor Canonical, has submitted an updated version of the AppArmor security framework to the Linux kernel developers for inspection."

  • KJots Takes Advantage of Innovations in the KDE Development Platform (Feb 19, 2010, 17:33)
    KDE.news: "Work on porting KJots to Akonadi started a long time ago (around summer 2008!), and that effort is reaching a milestone this week. The ported version of KJots has been merged into trunk for the next release of the KDE Software Compilation where work will continue on it to refine features and fix bugs."

  • Ubuntu 10.04 May Backport More Kernel DRM (Feb 19, 2010, 14:17)
    Phoronix: "The decision to stick with the Linux 2.6.32 kernel rather than the soon to be released Linux 2.6.33 kernel for Ubuntu 10.04 LTS that will be released in April is leading to a few more headaches for those involved with packing X.Org and the graphics components for the Lucid Lynx release."

  • Fitting Android and a processor on a SIM card (Feb 19, 2010, 01:33)
    Good Gear Guide: "The SIM cards in cellular telephones might be smaller than a postage stamp and less than a millimeter thick but that hasn't stopped South Korea's SK Telecom from cramming all the major components needed to run Google's Android OS inside one of them."