wired.com: As Oracle and HP’s lawsuit over the doomed Itanium chip drags on like some Dickensian subplot, it’s time to introduce two new characters: Microsoft and Red Hat.
arstechnica.com: Greg Kroah-Hartman, maintainer of the Linux kernel's stable branch and the Linux driver project, is leaving his position with SUSE to join the Linux Foundation in a full-time fellowship role.
dwasifar.com: Not too long ago I posted that I’d switched my two servers from Ubuntu to Linux Mint. They’ve been working fine – flawlessly, in fact – but in retrospect I think it was a mistake.
darkduck.com: The paradox. The higher the speed of the CPU, memory, bus, etc., that hardware companies try to sell us, the more people tend to use low-resource operating systems and desktop environments.
phoronix.com: At this week's Fedora Engineering Steering Committee, another round of features were approved for the Fedora 17 (Beefy Miracle) release.
datamation.com: Last week, the current crisis on the Linux desktop was neatly summarized in the headlines.
how-to.linuxcareer.com: I must admit, I'm a command line geek. Whenever I have the chance, regardless of desktop environment or distribution, I open a terminal and start fiddling something.
itworld.com: Do Mandriva's current troubles mark the end of standalone Linux sales? This will not make me popular, but I seriously think it's time for Mandriva to start to wrap up it’s affairs and close up shop.
zdnet.com: Like your RHEL on your servers just the way it is? That’s fine by Red Hat, which has extended its flagship Linux operating system’s lifecycle to ten years.
pcworld.com: Are you fed up with Microsoft Windows and ready to give Linux a try? Here's how to get started.