younglogic.com: West Point’s motto is “Duty, Honor, Country.” I graduated in 1993. Why did a former Army Officer end up at Red Hat? Red Hat is an “Open Source Software Company”. In order to work here, you have to understand those four words.
linuxuser.co.uk: Jon Masters summarises the latest goings-on in the Linux kernel community, including a look at the features being merged for the upcoming 3.7 release
- Linux Mint 14 with Cinnamon Desktop [Review]
- Mint 14 Review | LAS | s24e07
- Linux Mint 14 Review: Pleasingly Stable (video)
- How to customize Linux Mint 14 Cinnamon
- The $35 Raspberry Pi: The cheapest way to play Minecraft
- Tiny MAME cabinet built from Raspberry Pi
- Camera for Raspberry Pi almost ready for production
- Raspberry Pi vs MK802
- Top ten open source gifts for the holidays
Welcome to this year's twentythird issue of DPN, the newsletter for the Debian community. Topics covered in this issue include:
Welcome to this year's 48th issue of DistroWatch Weekly! With the many high-profile efforts to bring Linux to desktop computers, it's easy to forget that Linux has been dominating other certain areas of computing, such as servers, for many years. Yet, server-oriented Linux distributions are relatively rare. The Slackware-based Superb Mini Server is one notable exception.
pensivepenguin.com: When it comes to versatility, I think Linux wins hands down. Today I want to point out three examples of Linux versatility all having had new releases in the past few days.
ostatic.com: Cinnarch is a new project coupling Linux Mint's Cinnamon desktop with the popular Arch Linux. Like Arch, it's technically a rolling release distribution, but with periodic snapshot releases. A new update, considered "in beta stage" by founder Alex Filgueira, was just released and it sounded ripe for a test drive.
extremetech.com: The developers behind the Ubuntu-based Linux Mint distribution have announced the immediate availability of Mint 14 (Nadia). The new release brings a number of incremental under-the-hood improvements and tweaks.
h-online.com: Linux 3.7 can use signatures to verify the integrity of kernel modules, while the new integrity appraisal extension helps to detect malicious software from a third party. The new kernel loads firmware files without udev and includes important container improvements.