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Twitch Viewers Will Try To Collaboratively Install Arch Linux

Wednesday 25th of November 2015 06:51:37 PM

Official, Customized Raspberry Pi Versions Coming Soon

Tuesday 24th of November 2015 07:51:41 PM

ARM64 Vs ARM32 -- What's Different For Linux Programmers?

Friday 20th of November 2015 04:52:02 PM

Ubuntu 15.10 'Wily Werewolf' Released

Friday 13th of November 2015 04:52:28 PM

Intel Develops Linux 'Software GPU' That's ~29-51x Faster

Wednesday 11th of November 2015 11:52:35 PM

Report: Red Hat Buying DevOps Startup Ansible

Tuesday 10th of November 2015 07:52:40 PM

KDE Turns 19

Saturday 7th of November 2015 03:52:54 PM

Fedora 23 Final May Release As Planned On October 27

Friday 6th of November 2015 01:52:58 PM

Pushing the Limits of Network Traffic With Open Source

Thursday 5th of November 2015 06:53:03 AM

Linus: '2016 Will Be the Year of the ARM Laptop'

Tuesday 3rd of November 2015 09:53:09 PM

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New ELF Linker from the LLVM Project

We have been working hard for a few months now to rewrite the ELF support in lld, the LLVM linker. We are happy to announce that it has reached a significant milestone: it is now able to bootstrap LLVM, Clang, and itself and pass all tests on x86-64 Linux and FreeBSD with the speed expected of an LLVM project. Read more

Altair to Open Source PBS Professional HPC Technology in 2016

“Altair’s open source contribution is valuable and will help advance the work of the OpenHPC Collaborative Project,” said Jim Zemlin, executive director at The Linux Foundation. “By working together to build and extend new technologies for the world’s most complex computing systems, Altair and other members of OpenHPC can accelerate exascale computing.” The open licensing system is scheduled to be released to the open source community in mid-2016. Read more

Thunderbird to be separated from Mozilla

This is a long-ish message. It covers general topics about Thunderbird and the future, and also the topics of the Foundation involvement (point 9) and the question of merging repositories (point 11). Naturally, I believe it’s worth the time to read through the end. Read more

Deepin 15. This could be the best Linux desktop distribution of the year

Deepin 15 Alpha 2 (or is it Deepin 2015 Alpha 2?) is the latest pre-stable release of what will become Deepin 15 (or Deepin 2015). It was made available for download and testing yesterday. Deepin is based on Ubuntu Desktop and developed by some fine folks in China. Read more