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Red Hat Certifies RHEL for Facebook's Open Compute Project

Red Hat joined Facebook's Open Compute Project, intended to open source the design and development of second-generation data centers for powering web and cloud services. Red Hat has certified Red Hat Enterprise Linux on the Open Compute specs, and will test RHEL and other software on Open Compute servers --...

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How Sweet Is Ice Cream Sandwich?

It's no secret that Linux fans tend to be fiercely proud of Android, representing as it does Linux's biggest consumer-focused success so far. Excitement over the newly unveiled version 4.0 of Google's wildly popular mobile platform, however, just may be setting a new record. Buzz over the latest iteration is...

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Yocto 1.1 Embedded Linux Stack Adds GUI Builder

The Linux Foundation announced Yocto Project Release 1.1, adding that it will host the Embedded GNU C Library (EGLIBC) and integrate it with Yocto. Based on Linux 3.0, Yocto 1.1 adds a GUI-based, customized image builder called & Hob,& plus layer tooling features, 3G cellular support, and small footprint, fast-boot...

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Consumer Electronics Manufacturers Agree on Long-Term Linux Kernel

The Linux Foundation announced a Long Term Support Initiative (LTSI) project created by its Consumer Electronics (CE) workgroup, intended to reduce duplication of effort in maintaining private industry kernel trees. The LTSI project intends to deliver an annual release of a Linux kernel suitable for supporting the lifespan of consumer...

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ARM Will Detail Cortex-A7 at This Week's TechCon

ARM is set to provide an in-depth look at its recently announced Cortex-A7 processor this week at a Santa Clara, Calif.-based event. Other highlights of ARM TechCon 2011, scheduled for Oct. 25 to 27, will include a keynote by ARM CTO Mike Muller, and a demonstration of a $25 ARM11-based...

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