Not everyone who dabbles in the realm of the Linux OS needs all the enterprise-specific tutelage this guidebook offers. However, it certainly has chapters to enlighten even casual readers interested in learning really useful stuff about using Linux in general. Sobell assembles in one spot his accumulated experience as a…
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Sobell Compiles Top-Notch Practical Linux Guide
For users of the BFS scheduler patches to the kernel, they have been updated this week for the Linux 3.13 kernel…
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BFS Scheduler 0.446 Supports The Linux 3.13 Kernel
Bruce Dubbs has announced the release of Beyond Linux From Scratch (BLFS) 7.5, a book that builds on top of the Linux From Scratch (LFS) project by adding additional desktop and server software.
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Distribution Release: Beyond Linux From Scratch 7.5
Oh yeah, Java 8 is coming… The single-largest upgrade ever to the programming model, Java 8 gives developers the power to extend innovation through the largest, open, standards-based, community-driven platform, spanning small devices to cloud-based development. That’s why you don’t want to miss the Java 8 Launch Webcast on Tuesday March 25, 2014 at 10am PT / 1pm ET / 5pm GMT. The event is hosted by Mark Reinhold, Chief Architect of Oracle’s Java Platform Group, and features: A live Twitter Q&A on Java SE 8 new features and enhancement with a panel of Java luminaries (use #Java8 ). A live chat with Twitter CIO Adam Messinger A panel discussion on Java 8 and the Internet of Things (IoT) with Peter Utzschneider (VP Product Management, Oracle), Geoff Lees (Sr VP, Freescale Semiconductor, Ltd.), Charlene Marini (VP Marketing, ARM), and Matt Eichenberger (Dir. Business Development, Qualcomm) Register now for the Java 8 keynote address and more than 35 deep-dive technical sessions. Tweet us now: Use #Java8 to tweet questions for the Oracle Java Architect Team in advance of and during the event.
Java 8 Launch Webcast on Tuesday March 25, 2014
Peter Ryzhenkov has announced the release of Point Linux 2.3, an updated build of the project’s desktop Linux distribution based on Debian GNU/Linux 7.4 and featuring the MATE 1.4 desktop environment.
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Distribution Release: Point Linux 2.3
The new $189 “Privacy Phone” comes with VPN, 128-bit encryption, and other tricks aimed at keeping you safe and anonymous.