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Red Hat Releases RHEL 7 Beta

Yesterday Red Hat announced the release of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 Beta. Released with an invitation to test and report, RHEL 7 Beta is based on Fedora 19 and is said to be "the future of IT. Whether rolling out new applications, virtualizing environments or scaling the business with cloud, Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 delivers the keystone to IT success." RHEL 7 Beta ships with Linux 3.10, GCC 4.8, and GNOME 3 Classic. The latter features a "window list at the bottom of...

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Ubuntu Partners, Community, and Success

Recently the Ubuntu newswires have been buzzing with the news that we have won our first smartphone partner. But what does this news really mean for Ubuntu, and to what extent do our community play a part? Let’s dig into this a little bit.

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Open Source: A Discussion With The Linux Foundation

Acting as the company’s representative to the Linux Foundation, I have enjoyed an incredible amount of teamwork and collaboration from the many people representing various industries. Last week I was fortunate enough to spend some time with Jim Zemlin, Executive Director of the Linux Foundation to discuss the current state of open source software and what’s ahead.

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Digia Officially Releases Qt 5.2

After being struck by repeated delays, Digia is very happy this morning in announcing the major Qt 5.2 tool-kit release...

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Manjaro Smooths Out Arch's Rough Edges

If you want a Linux distro that is different and almost always up to date, look no further than Manjaro. If you can get it to load on your computer, Manjaro has a few features that could interest a Linux user who likes tinkering with the OS. The latest release...

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