Clear Linux Makes HTTP/2 The Default, Adds Images To Dockerhub
Written by Michael Larabel in Operating Systems on 12 August 2016 at 07:48 AM EDT. 2 Comments
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For those that may be interested in the Clear Linux distribution for improved performance or other innovative functionality, the third "Clear Linux Highlights" newsletter has been published to share more of the recent changes to this Linux distribution out of the Intel Open-Source Technology Center.

Recent changes to Clear Linux include making HTTP/2 the default Internet protocol, both for client and server components packaged by Clear Linux -- just not any web browser default.

Clear Linux also is now providing OS images on Dockerhub so that it's easy to deploy a barebones CLR container with docker pull clearlinux and makes it easy to play with Clear Linux atop any other distribution via docker run -it clearlinux.

Clear Linux has also updated a wealth of packages including the new Binutils 2.27, GO 1.7, Firefox 48.0, btrfs-progs 4.7, and many others.

More details via the Clear Linux development list.
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