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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...

September 23, 2009  3:52 PM

Brave new LinuxCon

Posted by: Leah Rosin
Linux, Linux development, Linux events, Linux kernel, Novell, OpenVZ, Systems Management

I've been in Portland, Ore., this week attending the inaugural LinuxCon, hosted by the Linux Foundation. The event was a bigger draw than the organizers had anticipated, with about 600 attendees registered, making the WiFi in the...

August 5, 2009  5:33 PM

Researchers boot one million Linux kernels as virtual machines

Posted by: ITKE
botnets, HPC, Linux kernel, Sandia, Security, Thunderbird supercomputing cluster, Virtualization

In a feat of Linux strength, computer scientists at Sandia National Laboratories in Livermore, Calif., announced that they had run more than a million Linux kernels as virtual machines. Previously, researchers had only been...

July 9, 2009  3:14 PM

New OS game changer: Hannah Montana Linux

Posted by: Leah Rosin
Disney, Google Chrome OS, Hannah Montana Linux, HML, Linux, Linux distributions, Linux kernel, open source, Twitter

I try to use Twitter to stay on top of breaking Linux and IT news, but sometimes I run across a gem like this that isn't necessarily newsworthy, but is quite humorous (or RFLMAO-worthy). Today, following on the heels of the

April 13, 2009  6:32 PM

Linux Foundation Collaboration Summit wrap-up

Posted by: Leah Rosin
Enterprise Linux, Linux, Linux events, Linux Foundation, Linux kernel, Novell, open source, openSUSE, Red Hat

The 3rd Annual Linux Foundation Collaboration Summit was held last week in San Francisco. Among the talks was a presentation by Al Gillen, program vice president, system software at IDC, titled “The Opportunity for Linux...

October 23, 2008  4:30 PM

Collective Linux development model will be tough to beat, report says

Posted by: Dkr
Fedora Linux, Linux, Linux blogs and news, Linux kernel, Linux versus Windows, Open source applications, TechTarget Blogs

The humble penguin is mascot of quite a treasure. According to an updated Linux Foundation study, to build from scratch today, the Linux kernel would cost $1.4...

July 29, 2008  2:10 PM

Navy’s ship cancelation a blow for real-time Linux, IBM

Posted by: Dkr
Enterprise applications for Linux, IBM, Linux, Linux blogs and news, Linux kernel, Red Hat, TechTarget Blogs

The U.S. Navy’s cancelation of its $20 billion Zumwalt destroyer contract last week because of a 50% price hike is disappointing for the Linux community and surely must be for IBM The Armonk, N.Y.-based computer company developed Java-based, real-time...

June 19, 2008  6:19 PM

Red Hat previews virtual management tool

Posted by: Msant
Administration, interoperability and integration, authentication, KVM, Linux, Linux kernel, Red Hat, Virtualization

At a mid-morning session during the Red Hat Summit in Boston today, a standing-room only crowd of more than 125 attendees got a preview of oVirt, a “next-generation open...

January 30, 2008  8:43 AM

Linux Kernel 2.6.24 released

Posted by: Akutz
Andrew Kutz, Linux kernel

Last Friday saw the release of the Linux Kernel version 2.6.24. This new version does not include anything spectacular (Linus' words, not mine), but does include some updates to network drivers. These improvements will assuredly make some users experiencing network issues happy. You can go to

December 18, 2007  11:11 AM

Ubuntu Releases Alpha Version of Server 8.04

Posted by: ITKE
Linux kernel, Ubuntu Linux, Updates and upgrades

The first alpha release from the growingly popular Ubuntu Linux is now available. The build is clearly marked as a not ready for prime time player, but offers a sneak peak at the next release, 8.04, expected in April 2008. You can also publicly contribute to the

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