networkworld.com: The Linux Foundation today released technical guidance to PC makers on how to implement secure UEFI without locking Linux or other free software off of new Windows 8 machines.
And: Linux Foundation, Canonical and Red Hat Weigh In On Secure Boot
xjonquilx.co.cc: Well it’s my third day on Sabayon Linux and I must say it definitely has a personality of its own. From its snappy performance to its unusual bugs it has left a huge impression on me.
marketwatch.com (PR): Open Compute Project to use the open source development model to transform the energy efficiency of global datacenters; Red Hat CTO Brian Stevens keynotes at the Open Compute Summit
theinquirer.net: DAY TWO of Linuxcon Europe included a keynote from Intel about the last 20 years of Linux since its creation.
- Red Hat Is Red Hot Right Now
- Secondary Fedora is hiring
- Red Hat talks ahead of Linuxcon keynote
- Linuxcon: Our world would collapse without Linux
- The Linux Foundation Announces Consumer Electronics Long Term Stable Kernel Initiative
- Consumer Electronics Linux Initiative Starts
- Industry Support for Long Term Support Initiative (LTSI)
- The Linux Foundation Announces Five New European Members
- Yocto Project Introduces New Features
conceivablytech.com: Forrester analyst Mike Gualtieri published a brave blog post today. It starts with “poor Linux.” Can you guess what follows?
xjonquilx.co.cc: Despite having issues using Sabayon Linux on a USB stick with persistent storage (unable to install packages), I was so impressed by its speed that I decided to go ahead and install it.
benjaminkerensa.com: My friend recently got an HP s5-1110 with Win 7 installed. UEFI has prevented the installation of GRUB on this machine. I could find no way in the BIOS to disable the feature and so far, as I work my way up the HP tech support ladder, I have found no HP techs who have a clue what I’m talking about.