Archiwum z Luty 2014

Benchmarks are worthless right?

piątek, 28 Luty 2014

Open Source Insider: Or is it the case that 75,000 live OpenStack virtual machines can’t be wrong?

Qemu 2.0 Might Arrive in Ubuntu 14.04 LTS, Testers Wanted

piątek, 28 Luty 2014

Softpedia: Serge Hallyn from the Ubuntu Virtualisation team has proposed recently the inclusion of the soon-to-be-released Qemu 2.0 application in the forthcoming Ubuntu 14.04 LTS (Trusty Tahr) Linux operating system.

No, Google’s Sundar Pichai Didn’t Say Android’s Openness Makes It Less Secure

piątek, 28 Luty 2014

TechCrunch: This morning at Mobile World Congress, Google’s Sundar Pichai discussed Android’s security and the impact of its ‘openness’ thereof.

Open Source Initiative, Free Software Foundation unite against software patents

piątek, 28 Luty 2014

InfoWorld: The history of the free software movement and the worldwide adoption of open source software by industry — notably by the largest holders of patents — shows that patenting software has not contributed to the important software innovations of the last generation.

Tor Developing Anonymous Instant Messenger

piątek, 28 Luty 2014

Tor has been making it easier and easier over the years to anonymously browse the web, and now it’s working to make it just as easy to chat anonymously too. Tor is currently working on a secure instant messaging app for the desktop that will automatically route encrypted messages through…

Tor has been making it easier and easier over the years to anonymously browse the web, and now it’s working to make it just as easy to chat anonymously too. Tor is currently working on a secure instant messaging app for the desktop that will automatically route encrypted messages through its anonymous network. The instant messenger may be available on its own or included as part of the Tor Browser Bundle — an app that allows users to easily enable Tor and begin browsing the web anonymously.

 

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The First Ubuntu 14.04 ‘Trusty Tahr’ Beta

piątek, 28 Luty 2014

The first beta release for the upcoming Ubuntu 14.04 long-term support release is available for testing in a number of flavors…

The first beta release for the upcoming Ubuntu 14.04 long-term support release is available for testing in a number of flavors: “This beta features images for Edubuntu, Kubuntu, Lubuntu, Ubuntu GNOME, Ubuntu Kylin, Ubuntu Studio, Xubuntu and the Ubuntu Cloud images.”

Read more at LWN

Steam Hardware Survey Changes, Now Split Per-Platform & Linux Looks Good

piątek, 28 Luty 2014

 GamingOnLinux: In a move that has delighted me, Valve has split up the Steam hardware survey to better show each platform individually. This has also risen the Linux platform to a higher %.

Do Linux gamers have too many options now?

piątek, 28 Luty 2014

 ITworld: I remember the days when it was very hard to find games for Linux and I’d never want to go back to that. Ever. It was a miserable time if you used Linux and wanted to play games.

Linux Remote Control: Controlling Linux desktop from your smartphone has never been easier

piątek, 28 Luty 2014

 techdrivein: Linux Remote Control aka LRC is a WebApp that turns any device with a web browser (that has HTML5 support) into a full-fledged remote control for systems that run any Linux based distros.

Latvian Hospital uses GNU/Linux

piątek, 28 Luty 2014

The Children’s Hospital in Riga, Latvia uses GNU/Linux for most of its tasks.

The Children’s Hospital in Riga, Latvia uses GNU/Linux for most of its tasks.

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