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Infrastructure Linux News for May 01, 2010

  • Put Windows to the Most Appropriate Use: Create a Live USB Stick with Ubuntu 10. (2010-05-01 23:04:13)
    LXer: "The following steps provide two methods of putting the fresh new release of Ubuntu 10.04 LTS (Lucid Lynx) on a USB stick. The first method will create a bootable USB stick with a live version and the second process will create a live version with persistence."

  • AMD Unleashes Six-Core Desktop CPU (2010-05-01 19:04:13)
    Hardware Central: "AMD today announced the availability of a new six-core desktop processor and platform to accompany it, which includes a new chipset and support for hobbyists who like to tweak their processors to the limits of their heat sink and warranty."

  • Joojoo Linux tablet video demo (2010-05-01 15:04:13)
    V3.co.uk: "V3.co.uk gets a walk through of the Joojoo tablet, which has a USB port and runs Linux underneath its browser interface. The 12.1-inch tablet has a capacitive touchscreen and features an Intel 1.6GHz Atom processor and Nvidia ION chipset."

  • IE9 HTML5 Video Will Be H264 Only (2010-05-01 11:04:13)
    OSNews: "Other codecs often come up in these discussions. The distinction between the availability of source code and the ownership of the intellectual property in that available source code is critical."

  • Patent Pool to Thwart Open Source Codecs (2010-05-01 07:04:13)
    DaniWeb: "Just when you thought it couldn't get any worse in the world of software patents, a reliable source sent me this response from Steve Jobs about a patent pool that's forming and aiming to nail the open source codecs projects."

  • AMD Unleashes Six-Core Desktop CPU (2010-04-28 13:33:52)
    Hardware Central: "AMD today announced the availability of a new six-core desktop processor and platform to accompany it, which includes a new chipset and support for hobbyists who like to tweak their processors to the limits of their heat sink and warranty."