Infrastructure Linux News for Aug 24, 2012
Raise a glass to Linux (Aug 24, 2012, 19:00)
IT World: To get an idea of how fast Linux took off, thinking about just the timeline of the first year of its existence.
Has cash corrupted open source? (Aug 24, 2012, 15:00)
The Register: There once was a time when open source was all about peace, love, and Linux, a bottom-up community of self-selecting hackers that chummed together for the love of good code.
Is Fedora 17 GNOME Really a Miracle? (Aug 24, 2012, 14:00)
Linux notes from DarkDuck: The truth is that it was quick as flash at the very beginning. But, as I went on, the system felt more and more sluggish.
Ubuntu 12.04.1 out now, 10.04 users prompted to update (Aug 24, 2012, 12:00)
Linux User & Developer: Ubuntu 12.04's LTS updates have started, with its first point update being released, with updates to cloud support and Calxeda ARM chips.
Linux Mint 14 Will Be Named Nadia (Aug 24, 2012, 11:00)
Softpedia: Linux Mint 14 (Nadia) will be available for download at the end of November 2012, and it will be shipped with separate MATE, Cinnamon, KDE and Xfce editions.
Pop culture references for open source principles (Aug 24, 2012, 10:00)
OpenSource.com: From Nine Inch Nails to Star Trek, open source principles are represented in much of pop culture.
Nautilus 3.6 Beta Brings New Features and Improvements (Aug 24, 2012, 06:00)
Softpedia: Nautilus 3.6 Beta is a development release, which brings many interesting and noteworthy features and improvements
Open-Source virtualization management coming for KVM, Xen and VMware (Aug 24, 2012, 04:00)
OpenOffice 3.4.1 released, includes more languages (Aug 24, 2012, 04:00)
LinuxUser: OpenOffice has got a point update to the now Apache managed office suite, including bug fixes, performance enhancements, and extra language support