Enterprise Linux Log:

April, 2011

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April 27, 2011  5:01 PM

Ubuntu 11.04 release improves cloud functionality and servers



Posted by: Leah Rosin
Cactus, Canonical, Cloud computing, Enterprise Linux, Linux, Linux distributions, open source, OpenStack, Ubuntu 11.04, Unity

Tomorrow, Canonical's Ubuntu 11.04 will be available for the Enterprise. The latest release of the Linux operating system (OS) boasts improved cloud features, including the addition of OpenStack 'Cactus' as a technology preview available for download through...

April 21, 2011  3:03 PM

Antitrust concerns force changes to Novell patent sale



Posted by: Leah Rosin
Attachmate, CPTN, Enterprise Linux, GPL issues, Novell, Virtualization

CPTN Holdings has altered some of the terms of their patent purchase from Novell in response to antitrust concerns raised by the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ). The DoJ announced on Wednesday, that "as originally proposed, the...


April 11, 2011  6:13 PM

Top 5 takeaways from the 2011 Linux Foundation Collaboration Summit



Posted by: Leah Rosin
btrfs, cgroups, embedded Linux, ext4, KVM, Linux Foundation, Linux kernel, Open vSwitch, Yocto

Last week in San Francisco the Linux developer community met to collaborate on and discuss the future of Linux. I attended, and tried to glean the most important developments that will be affecting Linux server admins and...


April 11, 2011  5:00 PM

Ubuntu 11.04 beta testers divided over Unity



Posted by: Nick Martin
GNOME, Linux, Ubuntu, Unity

In the short time since the release of Ubuntu 11.04 beta, the OS has received mixed reviews. Some testers say it is the worst Ubuntu beta release ever, while others say...


April 4, 2011  2:36 PM

Linux devotee named Ultimate Linux Guru



Posted by: Nick Martin
Linux, Linux Collaboration Summit, Linux Foundation, Linux.com

Matthew Fillpot has always been a student of technology clamoring for more information, but over the last year he has acted more like an encyclopedia than a learner. Last week Fillpot was chosen by The Linux Foundation as the Ultimate Linux Guru for his...


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