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Red Hat aims at standardization with Linux for 64-bit ARM servers
Red Hat has developed a version of the Linux operating system that can be used to test chips and associated hardware based on the ARMv8-A 64-bit architecture for servers with the aim of standardizing that market. Based on the company's Red Hat ...
Red Hat Rolls Up Linux For ARM ServersEnterpriseTech
Red Hat aims to standardize Linux for 64-bit ARM serversComputerworld
Red Hat starts work on 64-bit ARM serversZDNet (blog)
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10 reasons to try Zorin OS 9, the Linux OS that looks like Windows
The Linux world has long offered virtually innumerable alternatives to Windows and Mac OS, including several options designed specifically to ease the transition for those making the switch. Born back in 2009, Zorin OS may well be the best-known example.
Learn Linux with This Free edX Course from the Linux Foundation
The free course starts on August 1st, but to get the best experience from the class, you should install Linux on your computer before it starts. The Linux Foundation has a helpful guide for doing just that?so you can hit the ground running when the ...
Linux Foundation, edX Offering 'Intro to Linux' MOOCThe VAR Guy
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Linux will not become a gaming platform, it already is one
I've seen quite a few articles that have made the point, in one fashion or another, that Linux is becoming a viable gaming platform. Now, I'm a big advocate of Linux, and I've spent years in the video games industry. So these sorts of statements should ...
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Oracle Debuts a Slew of Database and Cloud Upgrades
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owners, open-source enthusiasts, and marketing professionals. The latest announcements revolve around Oracle Database 12c, Oracle Project Procurement, Oracle Linux 7, and Oracle Data Cloud. The new products come at a time when the Redwood City, ...
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Linux Foundation Adds Embedded, Cloud Computing Members
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The Linux Foundation has extended its partner network further this week with the addition of BearingPoint GmbH, Daynix, Linaro Limited and Systena, who will add to the open source consortium's strengths in cloud computing, Internet of Things technology ...
New Linux Foundation Members Leverage Global Linux GrowthHostReview.com (press release)
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Cloudy CoreOS Linux distro declares itself production-ready
The developers behind the stripped-down CoreOS Linux distribution have pushed version 367.1.0 to the Stable release channel, marking the first time the project has delivered a production-ready release. Unlike other Linux distros, CoreOS is a minimal OS ...
Lightweight Linux distro CoreOS gets production-readySiliconANGLE (blog)
CoreOS Stabilizes Cloud Container Linux Operating SystemeWeek
Linux Top 3: CoreOS Goes Stable, Oracle Clones RHEL 7 and Tails UpdatesLinuxPlanet
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Learn Linux for free from August 1
The course outline lists 18 modules, through an introduction to Linux philosophy and components, the GUI, system configuration, command-line operations, finding documentation, file operations, and on through text editors, network operations, text ...
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Canonical joins forces with Nokia HERE for A-GPS on Ubuntu Linux distribution
Even though I love Windows Phone, I love Linux too -- shocking right? Yes, believe it or not, you can love both Microsoft products and open-source. Not all Linux users have tattoos of penguins urinating on the Windows logo. Hell, I own an iPad too ...
IT Boot Camps Offer Training, From ERP to Linux and More
NET, Linux, Windows 7 and 8, VMware vSphere 5.5 and much more. There are also boot camps for IT security, ethical hacking, data recovery, data forensics, Citrix, NetApp and Microsoft Exchange, Lync, SQL Server, SharePoint and Windows Server 2012.