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openSUSE Weekly News, Issue 117 is out

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Issue #117 of openSUSE Weekly News is now out.

SCO Group: Die Hard 17

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  • SCO Group: Die Hard 17
  • What's next for Novell now that it owns Unix?
  • Novell vs. Microsoft Antitrust Suit Dismissed

Google is going to acquire Novell and the Unix copyright

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Humor

shermann.name: Some secret source inside Google Inc. reported to us, that Google is going to acquire Novell, the Company who brought you Novell Netware.

Also: A different kind of company name

Announce: openSUSE Beego

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lizards.opensuse.org: Today, I am happy to announce the start of the openSUSE Beego project and ask you to join in and help to bring it to a success, because we rely on your support and enthusiasm.

OpenSUSE Li-F-E vs. Edubuntu vs. Ubuntu

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Ubuntu

education.zdnet.com: I’ve been testing OpenSUSE’s Linux for Education Project and Ubuntu 10.04 server beta 1. I have a couple of problems that I was hoping they could solve:

Legal Strings Remain in Novell-SCO Group Tussle over Unix

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eweek.com: There are still some dangling legal strings that need to be trimmed, and those won't happen for at least a few weeks -- barring any more appeals, of course, by the Lindon, Utah-based SCO Group. One of them involves counterclaims by IBM and Red Hat.

Why doesn't IBM just buy Novell already?

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blogs.zdnet.com: I can see an open source showdown in the making here, the beneficiaries of which will be consumers, SMBs, enterprises, and educational institutions. I don’t get the feeling the showdown will be any fun, though, if Novell is left to its own devices.

Decision in the SCO vs. Novell trial

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  • Decision in the SCO Group vs. Novell Jury trial
  • SCO loses again: jury says Novell owns UNIX SVRX copyrights

5 things we love/hate about Novell's SUSE Studio

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computerworld.com.au: Users might have a love/hate relationship with Novell's SUSE Studio. Here are five things we love and five things we disliked about the product.

openSUSE Weekly News, Issue 116 is out

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Issue #116 of openSUSE Weekly News is now out!

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Add-on board expands i.MX6 UL SBC

MYIR released an add-on board for its Linux-driven, i.MX6 UL-based MYS-6ULX SBC that adds a second LAN port, plus CAN, RS485, camera, audio, and RTC. In April, MYIR released a Linux-powered MYS-6ULX SBC, which was notable for being available in two different versions using NXP’s low power, Cortex-A7 i.MX6 UltraLite (UL) or the more affordable, and almost identical i.MX6 ULL SoC. Now, MYIR has released an “MYB-6ULX Expansion Board” designed to stack onto either model. The $21.20 accessory adds a second 10/100 Ethernet port to the MYS-6ULX, as well as new CAN, RS485, audio, micro-USB, RTC, and camera functions. Read more

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