On the DVD: openSUSE 12.2 This month's DVDSep 21, 2012
The double-sided DVD attached to this issue comes with 32- and 64-bit versions of the latest release from the openSUSE project. openSUSE 12.2 continues in the long tradition of SUSE Linux, offering a full-featured system that is ready for the server room yet friendly enough for the desktop.more »
- Android gains market share
- VMware Workstation
- Perforce on Demand
- openSUSE 12.2 released
- CUDA 5 rc
- Web Foundation index measures world
- New Z shell release first since 2004
SpringSource Releases New Tool Suites
Codethink Releases Baserock 1.1
PostgreSQL 9.2 Released
ROSA Announces Enterprise Distributionmore »
Table of Contents: 144 HadoopSep 21, 2012
Getting into high-performance computing has never been easier. We investigate HPC cloud computing and a popular Big Data platform.more »
The latest openSUSE release includes more than 1,000 open source applications.more »
On the DVD: Mageia Linux This months' DVDAug 23, 2012
Mageia Linux is a multi-purpose distro based on the Mandriva codebase. A group of former Mandriva engineers started the Mageia project in 2010 as a means to ensure continuing support for the Mandriva community through a non-profit organization free of corporate control.more »
Peppermint Three Announced
Zsh 5.0 Released
ActiveState Releases Komodo 7.1
IPFire 2.11 Releasedmore »
October 2012: DVD Inlay Issue #143Aug 23, 2012
Upcoming switch to HTML5-only ads is further evidence the Flash is entering its final days.
US government invests $19 billion on enhancing security and replacing ancient computer systems.
But you can still be a non-voting “individual supporter” if you pay the money
Several current systems could fall victim to the attack
Latest Linux engine comes with better graphics and support for Intel's new power-saving chips.
Hackers send a message of beauty and liberation to server logs
Citrix gets excited about new Pi-Powered XenDesktop client system
Linux on Azure cert heralds a new era for Redmond.
Proposals for presentations at the CeBIT Open Source Forum will be accepted through 24 January 2016.
Adobe looks for a new start; renames its embattled Flash tool.