We are proud to announce the official release of Fedora 22 for
IBM z Systems, the community-driven and community-built operating
system now available in Server edition.
Also: Fedora 22 for POWER is here!
Ubuntu Snappy Core to Power Intel's IoT Gateway
On June 2, Canonical had the great pleasure of announcing that they will join forces with Intel, one of the world's biggest hardware manufacturer, to collaborate around Intel's IoT (Internet of Things) gateways and Canonical's Snappy Ubuntu Core operating system for IoT devices.
Why Intel Invests in Open Source [VIDEO]
Few if any companies in the world today are as deeply involved in open source work as tech giant Intel. Helping to lead Intel's open source efforts is Imad Sousou, VP in Intel's Software and Services Group and GM of the Intel Open Source Technology Center
AMD Catalyst 15.5 Linux Video Driver Supports SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop 12
AMD finally updated their graphics driver for Linux platforms to version 15.5, a release that introduces support for the SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop (SLED) 12 operating system.
openSUSE Tumbleweed Still Has KDE3 Packages, Developer Wants to Keep Them
In a recent report for the Tumbleweed rolling-release version of the openSUSE Linux operating system, Dominique Leuenberger informed users and developers alike that the KDE3 packages will soon be removed from the repositories.
Qt Creator 3.4.1 released
We are happy to announce the release of Qt Creator 3.4.1. It includes fixes for the following regressions: manually registered documentation on Windows was deregistered again on restart, and disabling plugins could disable most of the About Plugins dialog.
Tiny IoT-oriented COM debuts new i.MX6 UltraLite SoC
The PICO-IMX6UL is the first product we know to adopt the i.MX6 UltraLite SoC announced last week by Freescale. Like its siblings, it runs Linux 3.x or Yocto, but it lacks their Android and Ubuntu support. Like the other PICO-IMX6 modules, the PICO-IMX6UL measures 36 x 25mm and plugs into TechNexion’s PICO-DWARF carrier board (shown farther below), thereby converting the COM into a sandwich-style SBC.