Infrastructure Linux News for Jan 25, 2013
Open Recall: Retro browsing, fresh distributions and Linux gaming (Jan 25, 2013, 23:00)
The H Open: In this edition: retro browsing with NCSA Mosaic on Linux, Netrunner 12.12.1, Descent|OS 3.0.2, Half-Life on Linux, SystemRescueCd 3.3.0, and a first release of the Consort Desktop Environment.
Torvalds' Number Two Quits Linux (And Not Because Linus is an A.....e) (Jan 25, 2013, 19:00)
Wired: Cox also made it clear that, contrary to speculation on Slashdot, he is not quitting Linux because of the recently released Fedora 18 distribution.
Fuduntu 2013.1 Review - Quite Punny (Jan 25, 2013, 14:00)
Linux User & Developer: Designed to fit somewhere between Fedora and Ubuntu, this fork of Fedora is a fully functional and easy to use distribution.
Flavours of Pi (Jan 25, 2013, 13:00)
Toolbox: We all know really that Pi has one flavour and that's Raspberry.
Exe GNU/Linux, New Distro with Trinity (Jan 25, 2013, 12:00)
OSTATIC: The Exe website says one of the main differences between Exe and Debian is the default runlevel, being 5 in Exe and 2 in Debian.
Chrome for Android gets adventurous with WebGL, SPDY (Jan 25, 2013, 11:00)
CNet: Google has released a new beta of its Chrome browser for Android that gives people the option to try new features such as WebGL's 3D graphics and SPDY's faster page loading.
Mozilla Launching Open-Source Smartphones to Challenge Apple iPhone (Jan 25, 2013, 10:00)
Opposing Views: The smartphones, which will be positioned as a cheaper alternative to iPhone, will be shipped to developers in early February to allow them to start creating apps for the phones.
Apache CloudStack: Will Citrix Up the Battle vs OpenStack? (Jan 25, 2013, 06:00)
TalkinCloud: When Citrix Systems (NASDAQ: CTXS) unveils financial results on Jan. 30, keep a close eye on the company's CloudStack strategy and milestones.