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Fedora QA Lead Pans Canonical 'Propaganda' On Snap Apps

Friday 8th of July 2016 02:58:02 AM

Ubuntu 16.10 To Be Powered By Linux Kernel 4.8

Saturday 2nd of July 2016 08:58:01 PM

Security Updates Released for Debian 8 and 7

Saturday 2nd of July 2016 06:58:01 PM

Python/Unix Hybrid Demoed at PyCon

Friday 1st of July 2016 09:58:01 PM

Linux Kernel 4.6.1 Released; Some Users Report Boot Issue

Monday 27th of June 2016 04:58:01 PM

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Why Open Source is gaining momentum in Digital Transformation?

Once upon a time in IT, using open source simply meant Linux instead of Windows, or maybe MySQL instead of Oracle. Now, there is such a huge diversity of open source tools, and almost every leading digital business and tech startup is making extensive use of them. It’s been a remarkable turnaround for open source over the last 10 years, placing the trend firmly at the heart of the digital revolution. Read more

Linux 4.7

So, after a slight delay due to my travels, I'm back, and 4.7 is out. Despite it being two weeks since rc7, the final patch wasn't all that big, and much of it is trivial one- and few-liners. There's a couple of network drivers that got a bit more loving. Appended is the shortlog since rc7 for people who care: it's fairly spread out, with networking and some intel Kabylake GPU fixes being the most noticeable ones. But there's random small noise spread all over. Read more Also: Linux 4.7 Kernel Officially Released