Infrastructure Linux News for Apr 15, 2011
Instructure Canvas LMS: Go open source, get serious investment capital (Apr 15, 2011, 21:17)
ZDNet Education: "'Instead of the hundreds of
leads their sales team was expecting from the announcement, we
received thousands'. See, Oracle? You can make money from open
Internet connection through (GSM) USB Modem with wvdial (Apr 15, 2011, 20:11)
Technology FLOSS: "Just tonight I'm having
problems to start my internet connection with the NetworkManager on
kubuntu maverick. The connection has been working like a charm
these days so I'd think it's some kind of hiccups. Here's the
recipe for it."
An Arch User Trying Out Kubuntu 11.04 (Apr 15, 2011, 19:06)
J's Corner: "Kubuntu 11.04 isn't quite out yet,
but I thought I would give it a shot."
A Review of CTKArch 0.7 - The Other Arch-based Distribution Using Openbox (Apr 15, 2011, 16:15)
All Things Linux: "CTKArch is a distribution,
or perhaps more a spin, based on Arch Linux that is using Openbox
as default window manager."
Tech Comics: "Your Facebook Friends" (Apr 15, 2011, 14:46)
Datamation: "Your Facebook Friends: Is there
anything more valuable than a really good friend?"
Universe studying Linux supercomputer powered up (Apr 15, 2011, 12:08)
ComputerWorldUK: "Portsmouth University turns
on Scientific Linux-based system."
Bodhi Linux 1.0 Review (Apr 15, 2011, 11:02)
Desktop Linux Reviews: "Bodhi Linux is the
exact opposite of Ultimate Edition. Bodhi installs a minimal number
of applications and lets the user make his or her choices as to
which apps they want installed on their system."
Red Hat becomes cloud service provider (Apr 15, 2011, 10:18)
NetworkWorld: After Makara acquisition, Red Hat
prepares cloud platform
Berners-Lee: Web access is a human right (Apr 15, 2011, 05:14)
Network World: "In a speech at an MIT
symposium, Berners-Lee compared access to the Web with access to
water. While access to water is a more fundamental right, because
people simply cannot survive without it, Web access should be seen
as a right, too."