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Ubuntu 14.04 LTS Won't Be Powered By Mir

A virtual Ubuntu Developer Summit is taking place this week. The event was kicked off again by Jono Bacon and Mark Shuttleworth. During the event a few interesting tidbits of information were learned about Ubuntu Touch and Mir...

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The "Jailhouse" Hypervisor

The Jailhouse project has announced its existence. Jailhouse is a Linux-native hypervisor like KVM, but with a focus on minimalism and isolation of virtual machines on dedicated CPUs. "Jailhouse is a partitioning hypervisor that can create asymmetric multiprocessing (AMP) setups on Linux-based systems. That means it runs bare-metal applications or...

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Mir Now Supports Four Android GPUs/Drivers

Mir has reached "a pretty big milestone" according to one of the Canonical developers...

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Distribution Release: openSUSE 13.1

The openSUSE project has announced the release of openSUSE 13.1, a major new version of one of the oldest and most popular Linux distributions available today: "Dear contributors, friends and fans: the release is here! Eight months of planning, packaging, adding features, fixing issues, testing and fixing more...

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Google Expands Patch Rewards Program

Developers who can make security improvements to an important open source project get money from Google. More open source projects are now in the program.

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