Archiwum z Wrzesień 2014

Apache Storm is ready for prime time

wtorek, 30 Wrzesień 2014

Linode Beefs Up Managed Cloud Hosting and Storage Services

wtorek, 30 Wrzesień 2014

2 Free CAD Programs for Linux: DraftSight and QCAD

wtorek, 30 Wrzesień 2014

 tuxarena: Although the alternatives on Linux may not be so powerful as AutoCAD, the two programs I will talk about here are free and have enough features to create 2D sample projects.

AMD Catalyst 14.9 Linux Driver Is Out, Release Disappoints, as Usual

wtorek, 30 Wrzesień 2014

 softpedia: The AMD developers have announced that a new Catalyst 14.9 Linux driver is now out

Piston OpenStack Co-Founder Joshua McKenty Leaves for Pivotal

wtorek, 30 Wrzesień 2014

InternetNews: Officially, McKenty will be the Field CTO of Cloud Foundry. This is a big deal.

Secure Linux Systems Require Savvy Users

wtorek, 30 Wrzesień 2014

 FOSSforce: The good news about all this is that it demonstrates how quickly the Linux community can get the word out and then rally to engineer a solution when a security problem is discovered

Google posts Android Auto design guidelines

wtorek, 30 Wrzesień 2014

 LinuxGizmos: Google posted a developer overview for Android Auto

How to install TwitteR, a Twitter client for R

wtorek, 30 Wrzesień 2014

 LinuxBSDos: Installing packages in R is pretty easy

Open Sourcing Automation Tools for Testing Linux Images on Microsoft Azure

wtorek, 30 Wrzesień 2014

Openness at Microsft Blog: Microsoft has participated in the Linux community for several years now, contributing drivers for Hyper-V to the Linux kernel source code base, and then working with Linux distribution partners to incorporate those drivers into their distros. We’ve had great results in running a variety of Linux distros as a guest OS on Hyper-V and as a VM in Microsoft Azure, and our collaboration with SUSE…

Posted by Michael Kelley
Principal Program Manager, Microsoft Open Source Technology Center

Microsoft has participated in the Linux community for several years now, contributing drivers for Hyper-V to the Linux kernel source code base, and then working with Linux distribution partners to incorporate those drivers into their distros. We’ve had great results in running a variety of Linux distros as a guest OS on Hyper-V and as a VM in Microsoft Azure, and our collaboration with SUSE has been a foundation for this work for many years.

Now we’re taking it a step further and open sourcing our test automation tools in a GitHub project, making it easy to validate Linux images for running in Azure. As noted in a recent blog post by SUSE, these test automation tools are Powershell, Python, and BASH scripts that allow Linux images to be tested for compatibility with Azure. 

Read more at Openness at Microsoft Blog

Fedora Might Try A New Scheduling Strategy For Its Releases

wtorek, 30 Wrzesień 2014

It’s no secret that Fedora has had a challenging time sticking to their release schedules for a long time. With taking care of blocker bugs, Fedora Linux releases tend to frequently slip — with Fedora 21 it’s about two months behind schedule and we’re just past the alpha stage. By…

It’s no secret that Fedora has had a challenging time sticking to their release schedules for a long time. With taking care of blocker bugs, Fedora Linux releases tend to frequently slip — with Fedora 21 it’s about two months behind schedule and we’re just past the alpha stage. By the time Fedora 21 actually ships, Fedora 20 will have been at least twelve months old. However, a new release scheduling strategy might be tried starting with Fedora 22…

Read more at Phoronix