Infrastructure Linux News for Feb 23, 2012
OpenStack Promotes Quantum Networking to Core Project Status (Feb 23, 2012, 23:00)
InternetNews: Big news in the OpenStack world
as the Quantum networking project is set to become a core
Raspberry Pi school computer to run cut-down Fedora (Feb 23, 2012, 20:02)
ComputerWorld UK: "Early adopters of the
Raspberry Pi $25 computer will be offered a cut down and customized
Fedora 'remix' compiled to run on the system?s ARM
PacketFence 3.2.0 released! (Feb 23, 2012, 19:02)
PacketFence.org: "This is a major release with
big features, new hardware support, enhancements, bug fixes
(including a security fix) and updated translations."
Open Source Code Is As Good As Proprietary, Says Coverity (Feb 23, 2012, 18:02)
TechWeekEurope: "Any conviction that open
source software (OSS) is somehow inferior to proprietary code, or
vice versa, depending on which side of the development fence you
sit, is being dispelled by a report from Coverity."
Eugeni Dodonov: Even while I was at Microsoft, I still had Slackware on my machine (Feb 23, 2012, 17:03)
DarkDuck: "The man who researched the ability
to build the Skynet-ish computer systems. Please meet: Eugeni
Canonical Continues Ubuntu Cloud Push (Feb 23, 2012, 16:01)
The VAR Guy: "As the results of Canonical?s
survey of Ubuntu server users indicated last week, the cloud is an
area where Ubuntu still has a lot of room to grow."
VA could give MS Office the boot (Feb 23, 2012, 14:01)
Federal Computing: "The Veterans Affairs
Department said it is exploring alternatives to Microsoft Corp.?s
longstanding Office Suite productivity software that has dominated
federal desktops for two decades."
The Perfect Media Server - Ubuntu 11.10 (Feb 23, 2012, 13:04)
HowtoForge: "This tutorial shows how to install
Ubuntu 11.10 (Oneiric Ocelot) and all the programs needed for the
perfect media server to download all your media and stream it to
Mageia 2 Beta 1 Released (Feb 23, 2012, 03:02)
Linux User & Developer: "The team is
planning a 3 week period until the second Beta, using the time to
finalize and freeze features, code, and artwork before the next
stage of testing."