Infrastructure Linux News for Jul 23, 2012
Kororaa 17 Available, Not Announced (Jul 23, 2012, 13:00)
OSTATIC: Kororaa ships with a nice little selection of software, not as much as Sabayon but more than most.
Wordpress Performance Comparison: Using Nginx, Apache, APC and Varnish in Different Scenarios (Jul 23, 2012, 12:00)
Guillermo Garron: The results shows that using Varnish and APC, makes Nginx and Apache equally efficient to power a vanilla Wordpress installation.
GNOME 3.5.4 Comes With a Revamped Nautilus (Jul 23, 2012, 11:00)
Softpedia: GNOME Disks can now securely erase a hard drive, new system inhibitor, and support for offline updates.
Dual-boot Pear Linux 5 and Windows 7 on a PC with 2 hard drives (Jul 23, 2012, 09:00)
LinuxBSDos.com: While a detailed review is still in the works, this article presents a step-by-step on how to dual-boot it with Windows 7 on a computer with two hard drives.
Linux Mint 13 KDE Edition Has Been Released (Jul 23, 2012, 08:00)
Softpedia: Linux Mint 13 KDE is built on top of the stable KDE Software Compilation 4.8.3 desktop environment, and it is powered by Linux kernel 3.2.
What's new in Linux 3.5 (Jul 23, 2012, 06:00)
The H Open: The Prime infrastructure and Uprobes are only two of several new features that will make a difference to home PC users as well as professional system administrators.
Microsoft Apologies for 'Big Boobs' Coding Gag (Jul 23, 2012, 05:00)
PC Mag: We hate the term "brogrammer," and so should you.
Dementia app now available on Android (Jul 23, 2012, 04:00)
Big Pond: The world's first mobile application aimed at reducing people's dementia risk is now available for Android phone users.
Smart meter hack framework goes open-source (Jul 23, 2012, 01:00)
The Register: The software is described as having a structure like Metasploit, with a similar interface and ability to be extended with external modules.