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One of the first areas I looked at when the initial Tizen source-code and SDK were released this week was whether the Wayland Display Server is yet playing any role in this HTML5-focused Linux distribution being led by Intel, Samsung, and other industry leaders.
11 January 2012 - Tizen - 2 Comments
Genode OS, one of the interesting non-Linux-based operating systems that is built on a unique framework architecture and is striving to make a general purpose OS, has shared a new project road-map.
3 January 2012 - Interesting - 2 Comments
The Gentoo project has pout out version 12.0 of their pre-spun LiveDVD for those looking to give this decade-old distribution a shot.
2 January 2012 - New Gentoo - 4 Comments
The last minute push of unique tests continues as Arendal is stressed prior to its release. Here are some benchmarks comparing Oracle Linux Server 6.1 (their derivative of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.1) versus FreeBSD 9.0.
12 December 2011 - Unique Testing - 1 Comment
If you have been wanting to dabble with Arch Linux but don't want to jump directly into this leading rolling-release Linux distribution, you may want to give KahelOS a shot.
10 December 2011 - Arch Linux Derivative - 7 Comments
2012 could be an especially interesting year for open-source software with continued advancements in the area of open-source drivers, prominent announcements, major software releases like GIMP 2.8 and Ubuntu 12.04 LTS, and much more. Another event to look forward to next year is a new operating system release built atop the unique Genode Operating System Framework.
5 December 2011 - Genode OS - 5 Comments
Genode, the interesting research (non-Linux) operating system developed on a unique framework architecture, recently experienced the release of Genode OS 11.11. This operating system, which brought Gallium3D support last year, now has a variety of virtualization modules available.
3 December 2011 - New OS
Mageia 2 Alpha 1 is now available with an updated Linux kernel, systemd, and other features.
28 November 2011 - New Work
Linux Mint 12 has been officially released.
27 November 2011 - New Version - 4 Comments
After reportedly being in development for two years, OpenELEC 1.0 has been officially released.
20 October 2011 - Linux Distribution - 22 Comments
Sabayon Linux, the easy-to-use distribution derived from Gentoo, reached version 7.0 yesterday. Among other improvements, Sabayon 7 features an "ultra-optimized" Linux 3.0 kernel as well as the project's experimental Fusion Kernel.
11 October 2011 - Sabayon Linux - 6 Comments
While the Mandriva Linux distribution lost most of its charm when many of the developers left to form Mageia Linux and the remaining stakeholders switched to just doing one official release per year, the 2011 final release was published on Sunday.
28 August 2011 - Mandriva - 4 Comments
Gentoo Linux "The future is now" has been released, which is the Gentoo 11.2 LiveDVD.
8 August 2011 - New Media - 9 Comments
Knoppix, one of the best original Linux LiveCD distributions, experienced its version 6.7 release this weekend.
7 August 2011 - New Knoppix - 1 Comment
Since the release of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.0, 242 days have passed. Additionally, 129 days have passed since the release of Scientific Linux 6.0, which is one of the popular community rebuilds of the Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.0 source packages. Only today, however, is CentOS 6.0 ISOs beginning to surface.
10 July 2011 - It's Here - 16 Comments
The Gentoo-based Sabayon Linux distribution has officially released their version 6.0 build. Sabayon is a popular alternative to running Gentoo directly as it focuses upon providing a pleasant "out of the box" support and on greater usability, with the 6.0 release there are a number of helpful improvements.
23 June 2011 - New Release - 12 Comments
The rolling-release Arch Linux distribution has just enabled floating point textures for Mesa. This was the hotly-debated feature for Mesa that provides OpenGL floating point textures and render targets, but is disabled by default since its protected by patents in the United States and elsewhere. Arch Linux users when building new versions of Mesa will receive this support irrespective of their physical location.
1 June 2011 - Takes A Stand - 13 Comments
OpenBSD 4.9 has been released today while many Europeans are out with their first of May celebrations.
1 May 2011 - New BSD - 2 Comments
Not only is Ubuntu 11.04 out there, but Slackware 13.37 has now been released as well.
28 April 2011 - Lots of Changes - 11 Comments
ReactOS, the free software operating system that aims to be binary compatible with Microsoft Windows XP and Windows 2003 while being completely written from scratch, has a new release out. ReactOS 0.3.13 has nearly 300 bug-fixes including several prominent changes that have piled up since the previous 0.3.12 release last October. However, this Windows-like operating system is still considered to be in an alpha state.
27 March 2011 - The Windows-Like OS - 26 Comments
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