This week in Linux news, The Linux Foundation offers discounts on select training and certification materials to residents of India, RHEL 6.7 is out, and more! Keep reading for the top headlines from this past week of Linux news.
1) Starting now, if you live in India, you’ll be able to purchase the Linux Foundation's LFS201 Essentials of System Administration bundle with included LFCS exam for 5,000 Rupees (~$79).
Linux Foundation Offers Cheaper Courses and Certifications for India - IT World
2) The latest version of Red Hat's enterprise operating system is ready for download and deployment.
3) Seven current Linux trends reflect a "more conservative, less innovative" attitude.
4) Comparing the new Linux Foundation-hosted Cloud Native Computing Foundation to the new Open Container Initiative.
5) North Korea's Red Star Linux OS tracks users by tagging content with hidden tags.
North Korea's Red Star Linux Inserts Sneaky Serial Content Tracker - The Register