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CentOS Vs. Ubuntu Vs. Fedora: Review and Comparison of Linux Operating Systems to See Which Distribution is Better for ...

Comparing Fedora, Ubuntu and CentOS, Threehosts.com releases which distribution is the best choice for VPS and dedicated server hosting plans. Reviews are based on their reliability, ease of use, and security. (PRWeb October 28, 2013) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/compare-linux-centos-vs/ubuntu-vs-fedora/prweb11273960.htm
Porting my game to Linux

- 2 weeks ago @ gamedev.net: Since Linux Mint is based off of Ubuntu (and in turn, based off of Debian), what Linux distributions will my game run on then? Technically it will run on any Linux with the same CPU architecture and a compatible set of runtime libraries. In practice ...

Ubuntu Linux is now ready to power your appliances and robots

- 1 week ago @ engadget.com: Ubuntu Linux has spread to quite a few platforms in its 10-year history, if not always successfully. Today, though, the open source software is tackling what could be its greatest challenge yet: the internet of things. Canonical has released a version ...

Canonical Embeds Ubuntu Linux Into Devices to Secure IoT

- 1 week ago @ eweek.com: Ubuntu is best known as a popular Linux operating system for servers, cloud and desktops. Now Canonical is positioning Ubuntu to be relevant for embedded devices and IoT by taking advantage of the Snappy Ubuntu Core technology. Snappy Ubuntu Core ...

Canonical goes all Internet of Stuff with Ubuntu for DRONES

- 1 week ago @ theregister.co.uk: The firm is targeting such systems as a redoubt of proprietary embedded systems and fragmented Linux in the belief that Ubuntu can become a standardized platform that's accessible to ordinary developers already versed in such a mainstream distro.

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Dell's line of Linux laptops expands to include new MacBook Pro competitor

PCWorld: Dell's Precision M3800 mobile workstation launched recently, and rejoice Linux lovers! The powerful, flexible MacBook Pro competitor is also available with Ubuntu Linux thanks to Dell's Project Sputnik endeavor. If you'd prefer a sleeker Linux laptop ...

Ghost Linux vulnerability can be exploited through WordPress, other PHP apps

Network World: Debian 7 (wheezy), Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 and 7, CentOS 6 and 7 and Ubuntu 12.04 were among the Linux distributions identified as vulnerable and which have since released patches. “When attackers are attempting to exploit this vulnerability against ...

Seeing the cloud through Ubuntu-colored glasses

ZDNet: What do 3,000 or so Ubuntu server and cloud users have to say about the cloud that you might care about? A lot. Besides having its own cloud offering, Ubuntu OpenStack, Ubuntu is the most popular operating system by more than two to one on the Amazon ...

Dell unveils Ubuntu-powered Precision M3800 Developer Edition 'beast'

Boasts 4th-gen Intel Core i7 chip and 4K screen

Canonical Survey Highlights Private Cloud Popularity

The VAR Guy: A survey by Canonical of cloud and server trends among Ubuntu Linux users shows that public clouds are declining in popularity as a result of security and privacy concerns, while private cloud adoption is on the rise. thinkstock.com. Private and hybrid ...

More trouble at IBM; Ghost bug haunts Linux, Ubuntu systems; GSK, Novartis set

WRAL Tech Wire: Lance Crosby, the founder of SoftLayer Thnologies Inc., has left the company less than two years after it was acquired to become the linchpin of IBM's cloud strategy. Big Blue bought SoftLayer, which provides a network of data centers to help deliver ...

US CERT warns of Ghost threat to Linux

V3.co.uk: "Unfortunately, it was not recognised as a security threat; as a result, most stable and long-term support distributions were left exposed, including Debian 7 (wheezy), Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 and 7, CentOS 6 and 7, and Ubuntu 12.04, for example.".

YouTube dumps Flash for HTML5

YouTube defaults to HTML5 for modern browsers YouTube announced that its videos will now default to HTML5 for modern browsers instead of Flash. Ron Amadeo reports for Ars Technica: Everyone hates Flash, right? You have to install a plug-in, it's resource intensive, it doesn't work on mobile, and it causes all sorts of security problems. YouTube has been working on ridding itself of Adobe's ...

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