Archiwum z Wrzesień 2013

Humanitarian Toolbox to Deliver Open Software for Good Causes

niedziela, 29 Wrzesień 2013

 OStatic: The rather interesting new startup Humanitarian Toolbox is focused on open source tools for humanitarian causes.

Download Ubuntu 13.10 Beta, Powered by Linux Kernel 3.11

niedziela, 29 Wrzesień 2013

 Softpedia: Being powered by Linux kernel 3.11.1, Ubuntu 13.10 Beta features Upstart 1.10, CUPS 1.6.2, cups-filters 1.0.34, and Python 3.3

Open ARM SBC adds Firefox OS support

niedziela, 29 Wrzesień 2013

 LinuxGizmos: The Via Technologies APC project announced the availability of a preview release of Firefox OS for its $99 APC Paper mini-PC and similar $79 APC Rock single-board computer.

Half-Life: Source Now Out Of Beta For Linux

niedziela, 29 Wrzesień 2013

 GamingonLinux: While Steam’s store doesn’t actually list a Linux icon for it, Valve announced on the official community hub for Half-Life: Source that it’s now available for Linux.

Should Linux users consider buying a Mac?

sobota, 28 Wrzesień 2013

 ITworld: I’ve always felt that people need to use the tools that get the job done for them.

Free open-source SDN app will analyze your network’s complexity

sobota, 28 Wrzesień 2013

Network World: Enterprise infrastructure company Infoblox announced this week that it plans to release a free and open-source software tool called Tapestry aimed at generating a hard measurement of any network’s complexity.

Apple’s iOS 7 Makes Users Sick

piątek, 27 Wrzesień 2013

A flurry of complaints show that some iPhone and iPad users who upgraded to the latest operating system are physically feeling worse for wear.

A flurry of complaints show that some iPhone and iPad users who upgraded to the latest operating system are physically feeling worse for wear.

Read more at Enterprise Open Source Toolkit

Kernel Prepatch 3.12-rc2

piątek, 27 Wrzesień 2013

The second 3.12 kernel prepatch is out. Linus said: “Things have been fairly quiet, probably because lots of people were traveling for LinuxCon and Linux Plumbers conference last week. So nothing very exciting stands out. It’s mainly driver updates/fixes (gpu drivers stand out, but there’s networking too, and smaller stuff…

The second 3.12 kernel prepatch is out. Linus said: “Things have been fairly quiet, probably because lots of people were traveling for LinuxCon and Linux Plumbers conference last week. So nothing very exciting stands out. It’s mainly driver updates/fixes (gpu drivers stand out, but there’s networking too, and smaller stuff all over). Apart from drivers there’s arch updates (tile/arm/mips) and some filesystem noise (mainly btrfs).

Read more at LWN

Qt 5.2 Alpha Release Expected Next Week

piątek, 27 Wrzesień 2013

Digia is hoping to make available the first Qt 5.2 alpha build next Monday…

Digia is hoping to make available the first Qt 5.2 alpha build next Monday…

Read more at Phoronix

AMD’s Mantle Graphics API For Linux?

piątek, 27 Wrzesień 2013

This week at AMD’s Hawaii event where they announced their new high-end graphics processors, they also announced Mantle. AMD’s Mantle is a new graphics API that looks to take on OpenGL and Microsoft’s Direct3D as a new high-performance graphics rendering API…

This week at AMD’s Hawaii event where they announced their new high-end graphics processors, they also announced Mantle. AMD’s Mantle is a new graphics API that looks to take on OpenGL and Microsoft’s Direct3D as a new high-performance graphics rendering API…

Read more at Phoronix