Developer Linux News for Apr 21, 2010
New Peppermint Flavour Linux For The Cloud (Apr 21, 2010, 21:33)
eWeek: "A new cloud-focused Linux flavor
launched recently; known as Peppermint, the operating system is
currently a small, private beta and will open up to more testers
over the next two to four weeks."
Firefox 3.6.4 Lorentz Hits Beta - Out-of-Process is Here! (Apr 21, 2010, 21:08)
Netstat -vat: "As opposed to Firefox 3.6.2 and
Firefox 3.6.3 (there was no 3.6.1 release), the main focus for the
3.6.4 release isn't about a security fix."
Fedora 13 Spotlight Feature: NetworkManager Gets Even More Connected (Apr 21, 2010, 19:03)
Red Hat News: "As with previous Fedora
releases, we'll once again be highlighting some of the new and
improved features in a series of blogs leading up to our latest
release, Fedora 13, anticipated in mid-May. First up on our list is
Apple driving Adobe into Android's arms? (Apr 21, 2010, 18:33)
Linux Devices: "Earlier this month, an Adobe
employee told Apple to go screw itself over its new restrictive
developer policies for the iPhone 4.0. Now, Adobe says, it's moving
on, officially focusing its Flash technology on Google's Android
and other competing smartphone platforms."
Ubuntu 10.04 Is Hit By Major X.Org Memory Leak (Apr 21, 2010, 18:14)
Phoronix: "There's a last-minute X.Org Server
update that's being looked at as a result of a "major memory leak"
that has been found over the past week."
Final Notes from the ODF Plugfest in Granada (Apr 21, 2010, 05:03)
Zona-M: "A representative of the Spanish
Ministry of Presidency, Miguel Angel Amutio Gomez, started the day
explaining the crucial points of the Spanish law 11/2007: the right
for everybody to use whatever digital technology they like best and
the obligation for all Public Administrations to avoid
discrimination of citizens based on their technological