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Infrastructure Linux News for Nov 30, 2011

  • Five Kernel Vulnerabilities Fixed in RHEL 5 (2011-11-30 22:02:19)
    Softpedia: "Red Hat released a new kernel update for its Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) 5 Desktop and Server operating systems."

  • Mandriva Introduces New Media Player (2011-11-30 21:03:24)
    OSTATIC: "ROSA Media Player (ROMP) is a fork of MPlayer and SMPlayer with a sleek design and new features."

  • SwipePad: A Must Have App for Every Android Device (2011-11-30 20:01:33)
    Tech Drive-in: "SwipePad is a simple application that lets you launch any app with a single swipe action from within any other app."

  • A conversation with Dave Neary (2011-11-30 19:03:46)
    The H Open: "Richard Hillesley talked with Dave Neary about his experience working with open source communities and companies, and discovered that the important thing is not so much what the rules are, but that everyone knows what they are."

  • DIY search engine takes on Google (2011-11-30 17:04:01)
    BBC News: "Backed by free software activists, YaCy aims to literally put search into the hands of users by distributing its indexing engine around the net."

  • Argentinean Tango with Gecko (2011-11-30 16:03:11)
    DarkDuck: "The Linux distribution I am going to talk about today is not brand-new. Actually, it is already more than 10 years old."

  • Mageia 2 On Its Way (2011-11-30 15:06:11)
    OSTATIC Blog: "Mageia released an early developmental build of its upcoming version 2."

  • Thunderbird 8.0 Officially Lands in Ubuntu 11.10 (2011-11-30 12:01:06)
    Softpedia: "Canonical announced that the Mozilla Thunderbird 8.0 email client is now available on the official software repositories of the Oneiric Ocelot operating system."

  • Does Linux Mint 12 Measure Up? (2011-11-30 09:00:23)
    Linux.com: As with any release with a major overhaul, Linux Mint 12 has some hits and misses.