Lxer, Linux nieuws
Want an all-in-one hybrid-cloud system? Red Hat thinks it has what you need in its Linux-based Red Hat Cloud Suite.
In this series of Interviews, I'm going to publish interviews with CEOs of some of the very interesting, popular and fine Linux distributions. The first one is Mark Greaves, the CEO of PeppermintOS, a really nice and useful distribution but often misunderstood as the cloud-centric distribution (even I used to think the same).
At the recent Automotive Linux Summit, held May 31 to June 2 in Tokyo, The Linux Foundation’s Automotive Grade Linux (AGL) project had one of its biggest announcements in its short history: The first automobile with AGLs open source Linux based Unified Code Base (UCB) infotainment stack will hit the streets in a few months.
Today's Ubuntu 17.10 Alpha 1 release for opt-in flavors brought us previews of the upcoming Kubuntu 17.10, Lubuntu 17.10, and Ubuntu Kylin 17.10 operating systems.
A Puppet module might only be some 500 lines of code and a bunch of tests, but that doesn[he]#039[/he]t mean it[he]#039[/he]s effortless to maintain. Puppet modules should run on a range of operating systems and support a range of Puppet versions (and hence, Ruby versions)—and that in and of itself makes it quite challenging.So while a single person could easily write a Puppet module, what happens when that person gets sick? Changes jobs? Or simply loses interest?read more
The patent assault on the market, funded directly and indirectly by Microsoft and Bill Gates, will target companies that typically use Android or other Linux-based operating systems
LinuxSecurity.com: Developers with Canonical pushed out a handful of patches for the Linux-based operating system Ubuntu this week, including one that resolves a bug that could have let an attacker cause a denial of service or execute arbitrary code with a TCP payload.
As part of today's Ubuntu 17.10 (Artful Aardvark) first Alpha release, the Kubuntu development team announced the availability of the Kubuntu 17.10 Alpha 1 images, which users can download and test drive on their personal computers.
The FreeDOS Project has just reached its 23rd birthday! This is a major milestone for any free software or open-source software project.
Husarion unveiled an Arduino-ready “Core2” robotics board for web based prototyping, plus a Linux-ready “Core2-ROS” that adds an RPi 3 or Tinker Board. San Francisco based robotics firm Husarion, which has previously launched an industrial picker robot called the RoboCore, has gone to Crowd Supply to pitch a new Husarion Core2 prototyping platform for the robotics maker community.