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Developer Linux News for Oct 29, 2008

  • More Tricks With BashDiff (Oct 29, 2008, 23:31) "Today we'll look at modifying positional parameters, parsing XML, talking to ISAM and relational databases, creating GTK+2 GUIs, and a few other tricks and issues."

  • BMW: In-Drive Conversation with Open Source (Oct 29, 2008, 22:31)
    Linux Magazine: "Bavarian automaker BMW has set its sights on Open Source for the infotainment packages of its cars. If it were up to BMW, all automakers would be working on a common platform."

  • RHEL 5.3 Beta Released, CentOS Beta-Testers Needed (Oct 29, 2008, 18:31)
    CentOS: "But that is not the complete truth, Red Hat usually has an internal, a vendor and a public beta period and everything that is found within that time-frame might get fixed before it is being shipped (and frozen) for the next 6 months."

  • Clutter is Good for Intel's Moblin Linux (Oct 29, 2008, 18:01)
    InternetNews: "What's the key to more Linux adoption on mobile devices? Intel wants to know. The chipmaker is searching for answers with its Moblin 2.0 mobile Linux project."