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You have your Windows in my Linux
We saw systemd's inclusion in Ubuntu and Debian, and that was that -- for a certain segment of the Linux user base. The rest of us who run big Linux-based services and application stacks on CentOS and RHEL were possibly derelict in not speaking out ...
Univa Grid Engine Does Windows, Linux Containers
Grid Engine, the popular workload management tool for distributed computing environments, now does Windows. And it is also doing Linux control groups, or cgroups, containers, a technology that was championed by Google many years back as the basis for ...
Univa Corporation Releases New Version of Grid EngineBroadway World
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IBM doubles down on Linux
Less than a year after their announcement that they planned to invest a billion dollars in the Linux platform, IBM continues to ramp up their Linux play by rolling out Linux on Power System servers across 54 of the IBM Innovation and Client Centers ...
Linux Has Run Out of Time
There's talk that the city of Munich, Germany?a bastion of open-souce idealism?will give up hope and move from its LiMux-brand of Linux to Microsoft Windows. Everyone is trying to understand this with a lot of online complaining. I like Linux and ...
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Can we please stop talking about the Linux desktop?
Could Linux do any better? Probably not. Linux, developed historically by and for geeks, may be the least likely candidate to improve the consumer experience. While companies like my former employer, Canonical, are focused on streamlining the user ...
The Linux Foundation offers certifications as demand for Linux professionals growsInquirer
Linux Foundation introduces new Linux certificationsZDNet
Linux Foundation says many Linux admins and engineers are certifiableRegister
Network World -eWeek -Datamation
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Windows IT Pro
After a 10-year Linux migration, Munich considers switching back to Windows ...
In most of the world, the Year of Desktop Linux never happened. In southern Germany, though, the city of Munich has spent the last 10 years migrating away from Windows and aggressively adopting Linux, OpenOffice (later switched to LibreOffice), and ...
Munich reverses course, may ditch Linux for MicrosoftNetwork World
Linux-on-the-desktop pioneer Munich now considering a switch back to WindowsArs Technica
Munich considers dumping Linux for ... GULP ... Windows!Register
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Linux on the desktop isn't dead
At LinuxCon this year, the creator of Linux, Linus Torvalds, was asked what he wanted for Linux. His response? "The desktop." For years, the call to Linux action was "World Domination." In certain markets, this has happened (think Linux helping to ...
Systemd: Harbinger of the Linux apocalypse
Now that Red Hat has released RHEL 7 with systemd in place of the erstwhile SysVinit, it appears that the end of the world is indeed approaching. A schism and war of egos is unfolding within the Linux community right now, and it is drawing blood on ...
Opera 24 Released With Tab Preview for Linux, Mac and Windows
Opera Software on Tuesday announced the latest version of its browser for Linux, Mac and Windows - Opera 24. The browser introduces the tab preview feature, and the company alongside announced the milestone support for 1,000 extensions for the first ...
Opera 24 released with tab preview feature, offers over 1000 extensionsTechOne3
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After Xen and KVM, meet a new Linux hypervisor: Jailhouse
To run it, one boots a conventional Linux system, starts Jailhouse, then partitions the system's resources to different "cells" that are each isolated from the others. Unlike other hypervisors, though, Jailhouse is "optimized for simplicity rather than ...