If I’ve always been associated with Red Hat, why wouldn’t I just stick with their products? The answer that I give is that being familiar with a variety of distributions allows for greater flexibility.
Friday, 19 October 2012 12:44
Linux.com Editorial Staff
This year at LinuxCon in San Diego, the folks from our training group set up a booth and gave away a variety of prizes (a skateboard, free merchandize, free Linux training) to those who took a shot at a Linux trivia quiz.
The Linux kernel develops at a truly astonishing pace, with a new major version emerging every two to three months. For both new and already active kernel developers, keeping up with changes and new features is both challenging and worthwhile. With the recent release of kernel 3.5, we wanted to share our philosophy for having the most up-to-date materials in our courses.