Ubuntu Oneiric Ocelot Will have ARM Support in the Server Edition

This shows how important servers with ARM processors will become in future. Ubuntu simply wants to be ready for the day this happens. The current Linux server market is easily dominated by Red Hat but Ubuntu has enough space to compete with it, once ARM heads into the server market, full-on.

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The countdown to Ubuntu 12.04 begins. A whole new world, a whole new computer — and a whole new name is coming to Ubuntu.

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The Supreme Court prefers version 10.04 of the Ubuntu distro for this migration. This deprives them of many new features of Ubuntu. However, Ubuntu 10.04 Lucid Lynx is the most stable one to come out after Ubuntu 8.04.

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If Richard Stallman changed the world of free software, Steve Jobs transformed the world of personal computers and computing devices.

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The basic aim of the system is to make lives easier for Ubuntu users and to help them decide on buying of laptops and desktops. The review system however, is not completely user-controlled. There is software that runs the review test.

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The GNOME Project releases 3.2 as a major overhaul consisting of small changes.

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Open core maintains a feeling of goodwill while taking away the aesthetic value of these freedoms. With this move, Oracle shows that it has the right to distribute MySQL components as commercial products.

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We see a period from June 2009 to December 2009 when both Apache and IIS registered a dip and there was a remarkable rise in unconventional web-servers.

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With over 2900 names as nodes and over 1200 relations as edges, the result would have been an enormous graph. The handling of this huge dataset was done using an open-source language called Processing.

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Ubuntu 11.10 Oneiric Ocelot Beta1 Released

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Oracle Changes its JDK Licensing, Oracle JDK No More Available for Linux Distros

From JDK version 7, Oracle has planned to support OpenJDK and withdraw the Operating System Distributor License for Java. This has resulted in a withdrawal of OracleJDK from the repositories of Linux distributions.

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After a one week delay from the scheduled release date, the Fedora Project has released the first alpha version of Fedora 16, codenamed “Verne” earlier today.

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Linus Torvalds announces the release of the final stable version Linux 3.0. With the release of Linux 3.0, Torvalds has finally brought Linux out of the 2.6.x series, which had been in development for more than seven years.

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People are already comparing the business model of Nginx to that of RedHat, which deals in support and consulting. RedHat has formed a profitable business out of OSS with this model. It is expected that the Nginx project will generate considerable revenue as well.

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Microsoft has contributed 361 changes/patches to the Linux kernel 3.0, which makes it the seventh largest contributor to the kernel and fifth largest corporate contributor. Has Microsoft turned a page? Are they embracing Linux and open source software?

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