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Infrastructure Linux News for Jun 13, 2011

  • PeaZip 3.8 Released - Add Support for WIM and XZ Archives (Ubuntu Installation) (Jun 13, 2011, 22:01)
    TuxArena: "PeaZip is an open-source file archiver with GTK and Qt interfaces, with support for all the major archives out there, including gzip, 7z, bzip2, zip, and arc."

  • Ubuntu to offer infotainment in your vehicle (Jun 13, 2011, 21:11)
    Unixmen: "The Ubuntu IVI Remix will be developed to provide In-Vehicle Infotainment manufacturers, the capability to develop client-specific products that are interactive, multimedia-based and easy to connect to network."

  • 11 of the Best Free Linux Chemistry Tools (Jun 13, 2011, 20:02)
    Linux Links: "This article focuses in selecting the best open source software for chemistry. Hopefully there will be something for interest here for all budding chemists."

  • 17 things we'd change about names in Linux (Jun 13, 2011, 16:04)
    TechRadar: "Open source names are dominated by acronyms and in-jokes"

  • NetRexx is now open source (Jun 13, 2011, 13:11)
    The H Open: "NetRexx, a variant of the Rexx script language, developed by IBM, has been made open source software under the aegis of the Rexx Language Association (RexxLA)."

  • The Decline and Fall of (Jun 13, 2011, 10:13)
    Off the Beat: Bruce Byfield's Blog: "The tone on the mailing lists and public statements suggest to me that Apache members are generally non-plussed about the donation, as though it is something they are dutifully accepting rather than anything they're excited about."