While it took a while past the November release of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.2, available this weekend is Scientific Linux 7.2.
Building off Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.2 that was released back in November, coming next week will finally be the Scientific Linux 7.2 release.
With this week having looked at the state of Ubuntu 15.10 and Fedora 23 on a brand new Intel Xeon E3 v5 "Skylake" system, next up for testing was CentOS 7 1511.
CentOS 7 1511 is now available as the project's third release derived from Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.2 reached its general availability status this morning.
Microsoft and Red Hat have jointly announced a partnership today to "deliver more flexibility and choice" in the cloud.
Red Hat announced this morning they are acquiring Ansible, Inc, a leader of IT automation solutions.
Red Hat announced this morning the public beta of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.2.
On Monday a message was sent out to the centos-announce mailing list bringing attention to the newly created AltArch Special Interest Group. The focus of the group is for the community to come together and support CentOS 7 on architectures other than x86_64-- architectures such as ARMv7, AArch64 (64-bit ARM), 32-bit x86.
A few days ago Red Hat announced the available of Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) version 6.7, earlier today Oracle announced version 6.7 of their own RHEL clone, Oracle Linux, with their Unbreakable Linux Kernel.
Patched into Fedora's Rawhide kernel is now KDBUS to allow users running this newest kernel package plus an updated systemd package to start trying out this in-kernel IPC mechanism.
Red Hat and Samsung jointly announced today from Red Hat Summit 2015 that kicked off in Boston that they're forming a strategic alliance to work on next-generation mobile solutions for the enterprise.
Red Hat has announced today the immediate availability of the first public beta of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.7.
It's become public today that Red Hat has joined The Khronos Group, the consortium responsible for the OpenGL, WebGL, and OpenCL standards, among many other industry standards, along with the new Vulkan and SPIR-V standards.
Red Hat has published a new KMS driver for the VirtIO GPU used within their Linux virtualization stack.
DevConf.cz 2015 took place last week in Brno, Czech Republic as the annual Red Hat / Fedora focused open-source Linux event. For those interested, the videos of the sessions are up online.
For those experienced with Linux kernel development and looking for new employment, Red Hat is soliciting offers for a job working on maintaining Fedora's kernel.
Red Hat is hiring more developers that will focus on Fedora, especially the Fedora Workstation product, that in turn will flow back into RHEL and Red Hat Enterprise Linux Workstation. Among the type of work that Red Hat is looking for in the candidates include experience with Wayland, LLVMpipe, X.Org, compiler optimizations, graphics driver enablement, etc.
Siddhesh Poyarekar of Red Hat has written a blog post about how he's improved the multi-precision number math performance for glibc.
After more than ten years of development, Dan Williams of Red Hat has announced the release of NetworkManager 1.0. The NetworkManager 1.0 release is more than just bumping the version after waiting long enough, but there's many improvements too over NetworkManager 0.9!
Red Hat this morning announced the beta of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.1, the first significant update to RHEL7.
The CentOS project is beginning to produce monthly re-spins of CentOS 7 that contain all of the updated packages introduced this month. This new CentOS Linux rolling media approach will make it easier to install a fully-updated EL7 system with having to install just minimal updates after the installation.
Red Hat has released their third update to their "Software Collections" that provide updated development tools/packages to RHEL6/RHEL7 users as an alternative to their default packages.
For those living off RHEL6, Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.6 is available this morning.
The Scientific Linux community is finally out with the official release of their Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.0 re-spin.
For those seeking Scientific's re-spin of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.0, it should soon be coming with today marking the availability of Scientific Linux 7.0 RC2.
For those that may have picked up the incredibly-fast, $1000+ Intel Core i7 5960X CPU with a new required motherboard bearing the X99 chipset, be prepared for potential troubles if you're planning to install CentOS 7.0.
The first release candidate to the RHEL7-based Scientific Linux 7.0 is finally available.
RPM 4.12 has been released as the latest version of the RPM Package Manager. This most recent upgrade brings a fair amount of additions, bug-fixes, API changes, binding improvements,a new plug-in system, and more.
Red Hat today released version 6 of Red Hat Satellite, their server for advanced life-cycle management for RHEL infrastructure.
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