Linux News for Oct 08, 2012
New distro Cinnarch released (Oct 08, 2012, 23:00)
LinuxUser: Want to use Cinnamon on Arch Linux? Then you might be interested in the latest Arch spin-off, Cinnarch
Scratch, a programming language for kids (Oct 08, 2012, 19:00)
Opensource.com: Scratch is a free educational programming language for kids. Kids learn about sprites, the stage, and how to create loops using blocks, the visual elements of Scratch.
GlassFish monitoring and troubleshooting tips (Oct 08, 2012, 15:00)
Wazi: If you want to ensure optimal performance from the GlassFish application server, you must monitor certain essential performance indicators; these tips can help you keep GlassFish running trouble-free.
One Linux for all ARM systems (Oct 08, 2012, 14:00)
ZDnet: At long last, we're on our way to a single Linux kernel for all ARM smartphones, tablets, and other devices.
Recover Your GPG Passphrase using 'John the Ripper' (Oct 08, 2012, 13:00)
UbuntuVibes: John the Ripper is a free and Open Source password cracker.
Access Ubuntu Software Center with any Distro! (Oct 08, 2012, 12:00)
WorldofGNOME: Unfortunately USC is only available in Ubuntu and Ubuntu spins and derivatives, but apparently it seems there is a web-interface (somewhere hidden) that everyone can access no matter the distro
Linux Top 3: Arch, ARM and LibreOffice (Oct 08, 2012, 11:00)
LinuxPlanet: This past week, Linux 3.6 was released, but perhaps the bigger news is what is coming in Linux 3.7 as the continuous evolution of Linux pushes development forward.
5 Ways To Manage App Development On The Android Platform Without Going Nuts (Oct 08, 2012, 10:00)
TechCrunch: The fractured state of the Android platform can make it difficult to manage app development.
Catalyst notes shift in open source attitude (Oct 08, 2012, 09:00)
Stuff: Next month, Catalyst launches its biggest project yet: a website in the Middle East that will have two million users.
Motorola's Broken Upgrade Promise Gives Android a Bad Rap (Oct 08, 2012, 05:00)
Hot Hardware: It's no secret the biggest downside to Android is fragmentation, the dirty F-word that comes with the territory of playing in Google's open source playground.
Three Linux distros get key updates, plus one fades away (Oct 08, 2012, 04:00)
Linux Line: In the interests of staying up-to-date, then, here's a quick look at a few of the latest arrivals. You may even find something you'd like to take for a test drive yourself.
Open source hobbyists now in high demand (Oct 08, 2012, 02:00)
IT World: It struck me this morning when I was reading up about this cool little open source operating system called Contiki, a very lightweight embedded OS designed to work well with the Internet of Things.