seekingalpha.com: Red Hat, Inc. (RHT), the provider of open source operating systems for enterprises, has seen its stock rocket 268% from the low set last November. Investors are now willing to pay a hefty premium for the stock due to its stable track record of sales and earnings growth.
Also: Red Hat Adds to Board of Directors
linuxplanet.com: Netbooks of late have lost some of the charm and excitement marking their initial reception. ZaReason is one of the few and preloads Ubuntu 9.04 Netbook Remix on their Terra A20 netbook.
linuxcritic.wordpress.com: At my office, we have a pair of old laptops purchased back in 2003 or 2004, which are terribly slow, woefully underpowered and horribly outdated. In other words, they made a perfect target for an OS makeover.
Fedora 12 "Constantine" Alpha release is available! What's next for the free operating system that shows off the best new technology of tomorrow? You can see the future now at:
The October issue of Linux Gazette is now online and ready to peruse. Highlights include: A Quick-Fire chroot Environment, Two is better than one, and Using Linux to Teach Kids How to Program, 10 Years Later.
- Red Hat files brief in Supreme Court patent case
- Red Hat Urges Supreme Court to Address Difficulties Posed By Patents to Software
- Red Hat comes out swinging against software patents
- Red Hat Files its Bilski Brief: Asks Supreme Ct. to Exclude Software From Patentability
- Thursday Options Update: RHT
glycotrainer.blogspot: At the beginning of the summer, I too had a Win98 machine which I REVIVED by installing Damn Small Linux on it. This is a 50MB OS! That's ridiculously small!
mike.trausch.us/blog: Of the many controversies in free software, this is one that I have long found to be interesting. People seem to define things in different ways, which leads to confusion (and arguing) when one person calls a system a "GNU/Linux" system and the next calls it just the "Linux" system.
linux-mag.com: In our previous Part 1 of this series we looked at the IOzone performance for ext3, ext4, and reiser4 using larger size record lengths (1MB, 4MB, 8MB, 16MB). In this article the number of file systems is extended to add most of the major file systems in Linux, even the experimental ones. This article adds ext2, jfs, xfs, btrfs, and reiserfs.
linuxinsider.com: Got Linux? A radio ad touting the benefits of "Linux" is airing on a station in Austin, Texas, but is it a good idea?