MontaVista Linux: One Second Startup

Jul 16, 2009

On the first day of the three-day virtual Freescale Technology Forum, MontaVista Software demonstrated that it take merely a second to start its Linux for embedded industrial applications.

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Jul 15, 2009
Roaring Penguin and Kaseya Fight Spam Netbook Runs Android and Windows New NETiON and CXC SmartClients Linux Ha......
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Ubuntu on Pilot Light: wattOS Beta 3

Jul 13, 2009

The goal of wattOS is simple and useful: to build a Linux distro that uses little energy.

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How About the Good Old Days? Dustin Kirkland's Ubuntu Museum

Jul 13, 2009

Texan Dustin Kirkland shows that it doesn't take heaps of cash and government funding to open a museum. All by himself he opened one exclusively for Ubuntu.

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Chrome OS: Google to Build Its Own Operating System

Jul 09, 2009

In the official Google blog, VP of product management Sundar Pichai and engineering director Linus Upson announce plans to develop a Google Chrome OS.

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Mono Back and Forth: Already Part of GNOME Standard Installation in Lenny

Jul 07, 2009

The Debian community has been arguing over the last few weeks about whether Mono should be part of the standard Debian installation. Now it appears that it has already been an integral part of the sofware ever since Lenny.

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Gran Canaria Desktop Summit: KDE and Gnome Formulate Common Goals

Jul 05, 2009

On the first day of the joint developer conference on Gran Canaryia, representatives of the desktop projects Gnome and KDE formulated common goals for their future development.

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Debian to Stallman: Mono Not Default

Jul 03, 2009

In a response to Richard Stallman's open letter warning about introducing Mono into Linux, Debian made it clear that no plans are indeed forthcoming to adopt Mono-based programs into the default installation of its free Linux platform.

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