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Infrastructure Linux News for Jun 22, 2012

  • Pinguy OS 12.04 LTS Has Been Released (Jun 22, 2012, 19:00)
    WEB UPD8: Pinguy OS 12.04 LTS (based on Ubuntu 12.04) has been released today and it uses GNOME Shell by default, customized with quite a few extensions that give the latest Pinguy OS the same feel as the previous releases.

  • The death of an HTML5 game breeds an open source project (Jun 22, 2012, 15:00)
    NetworkWorld: The blog post sheds some interesting light on HTML5, as Wooga hardly holds back on any of the details behind the game's failure. The biggest barriers to HTML5's entry to the mainstream include internet connectivity.

  • Load Balancing Using Apache's mod_proxy_balancer (Jun 22, 2012, 13:00)
     Wazi: Mod_proxy_balancer, an add-in module for the Apache HTTP Server, acts as a software load balancer to split traffic across multiple back-end servers.

  • Welcome To Ubuntu's Penguin Bar - How Can I Help You? (Jun 22, 2012, 12:00)
     FossForce: Android on tablets and smartphones may have primed the public to be willing to try a flavor other than Windows on their PCs and laptops, but this means next to nothing in the current computing environment.

  • Red Hat Enters New Era of Virtualization Scalability (Jun 22, 2012, 10:00)
    ServerWatch: RHEL 6.3 is the biggest Red Hat release in years. Tim Burke, Red Hat's top Linux engineer explains why.

  • Google Android, Chrome OS Surprises Coming At Google I/O (Jun 22, 2012, 04:00)
    The VAR Guy: Where is Google heading next with Android and Chrome OS for smart phones, tablets and cloud-enabled devices?

  • Android texting app Swype gets 4-in-1 keyboard (Jun 22, 2012, 03:00)
    IT Pro Portal: Chief among the app's tweaks is the four-input option, providing users with the traditional letter-to-letter swyping, while adding the ability to type with predictive text input, use an integrated Dragon button to speak the text, or rely on the old peck-and-hunt one-finger motion.