July 17, 2015

This Week in Linux News: Core Infrastructure Initiative Completes First Survey, Microsoft's Azure Cloud Offers Limited Linux Support, and More

This week in Linux news, The Linux Foundation's Core Infrastructure Initiative completes its first survey, Microsoft's Azure cloud offers limited Linux support, and more! Catch up on the latest Linux headlines with this week's digest. 

Screen Shot 2015-07-16 at 9.55.44 AM1) The Linux Foundation Core Infrastructure Initiative finishes its first survey of the Linux toolset.

Linux Foundation Serves Up a Tasty Dish of BUGS- The Register

2) Microsoft's Azure cloud offers support for Linux, but not for complex issues.

Microsoft Adds Limited Support for Linux On Azure Cloud- Silicon Angle

3) System76 stops bundling flash with Firefox due to "security and irrelevance."

One Ubuntu PC Maker is Kicking Adobe Flash Off its Linux Systems- PC World

4) The enterprise is ready for Linux on ARM servers, says SUSE.

SUSE to Deliver SUSE Linux for ARM Servers- ZDNet

5) Ubuntu-based Linux Mint distro delivers improvements with new release.

Linux Mint 17.2 Offers Desktop Familiarity and Responds to User Wants- Ars Technica

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