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The Innovation Ecosystem Around OpenStack is Finally Ramping Up

The Innovation Ecosystem Around OpenStack is Finally Ramping Up

OpenStack has already earned support across the IT industry from users, developers, cloud providers, and vendors, but many deployments are still new, and we have yet to see how people will innovate around the platform. Everybody from AT&T to Rackspace and the Linux Foundation to IBM, Red Hat, Or...

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Celebrating Sysadmins in the Cloudy Future

Celebrating Sysadmins in the Cloudy Future

System administration can be a thankless job. To all of the tireless administrators out there who keep the systems we reply upon up and running, today is the day that we say thank you! read more...

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The Ai.Frame, an Open Source Humanoid Robot

Open Electronics: If there’s a chance you haven’t heard about this amazing robotics project you should because it’s soo cool.

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Chromebooks Emerge as Major New Linux Force on Notebooks

Chromebooks Emerge as Major New Linux Force on Notebooks

Love it, loathe it, or laugh at it, Chrome OS keeps on advancing. According to a Google  blog post this week , more than 1 million Chromebooks were sold to schools in the second quarter alone. 

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GCC As A Just-In Time Compiler Is An Interesting Project

Aside from the experimental "Coconut" as a Python JIT compiler using GCC's new Just-In Time capabilities, the libgccjit.so shared library isn't yet depended upon in the real-world but the JIT compilation abilities are being built upon for hopeful incorporation into the GNU Compiler Collection...

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A New Video Has Us Real Excited About The New UT For Linux

Epic Games has posted another video about their upcoming free Unreal Tournament game that is natively supporting Linux...

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Nginx Plus r4 Improves Web Server Security

The new release of the commercially supported open-source Web server locks down SSL security.

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Intel Is Getting Very Close To OpenGL 4.0/4.1/4.2 Mesa Support

As brought up in the discussion following yesterday's article about Intel adding BPTC support to their Mesa driver, several Phoronix readers are filled with happiness over Mesa nearly support not just for the OpenGL 4.0 specification but also OpenGL 4.1 and 4.2 aren't far out of reach...

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SysAdmin Day 2014: Best Linux Foundation SysAdmin Quotes

SysAdmin Day 2014: Best Linux Foundation SysAdmin Quotes

Happy SysAdmin Day 2014! Over the past three weeks we've been profiling the Linux Foundation's heroic team of system administrators in honor of the amazing work they do behind the scenes to keep this organization and our collaborative projects humming. Here are some of their best quotes, which highl...

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Linux Foundation SysAdmin Aric Gardner Avoids a GUI at All Costs

Linux Foundation SysAdmin Aric Gardner Avoids a GUI at All Costs

Happy SysAdmin Day! This profile is part of a series on Linux Foundation system administrators over the past three weeeks. Do you have a super-hero sysadmin you'd like to recognize? Send your nomination to  Read more...

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