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Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 Hits the Streets

It's tough to keep a secret in the Linux community. There was very little surprise yesterday when Red Hat announced Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 (RHEL 6), but plenty of excitement nonetheless. Let's take a look at the new features and see what's in store with RHEL 6.

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Hacker Wins $3,000 for First Open Source Microsoft Kinect Driver

Hacker Hector Martin has won $3,000 for his open source driver for Microsoft's Kinect hardware, a motion sensing accessory for its Xbox 360 gaming console. Martin used his Linux laptop to write the driver and doesn't even own an Xbox...

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Oracle Comments on JVM strategy

Oracle has reiterated its strategy presented at JavaOne for a JVM based on the merger of JRockit and HotSpot. The result will be incrementally implemented in OpenJDK, while a number of components will continue to be sold as commercial premium extensions...

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Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 Improves Scalability, Virtualization

Red Hat has released a new major version of its flagship server platform, Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL). The RHEL 6 update brings some noteworthy improvements in key areas like virtualization and scalability.  Red Hat's acquisition of virtualization company Qumranet in 2008 led to significant changes in the RHEL virtualization...

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Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 Touted for Cloud Features, Energy Efficiency

Red Hat announced a major new Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) 6 release, adding cloud support, performance improvements, and energy savings. Meanwhile, Red Hat also released a RHEL 5.6 upgrade to its 5x platform, adding support for BIND 9.7, improved DNSsec, and PHP 5.3....

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