Last week, I blogged about the possible future of a unified UNIX GPLv3 operating system "mother distro" comprising the merged source code of the Solaris and Linux kernels (and presumably, the source code of other vendors as well) and related GNU stack with associated tools and applications.
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A Sneak Preview of Ubuntu "Lucid Lynx" 10.04 LTS
In terms of the user interface, Canonical’s Ubuntu 11.04 “Natty Narwhal” represents a significant departure from previous versions. Will end-users accept the changes?
Installation and UI Gallery for OpensSolaris 2008.05 Distribution
Ubuntu's Unity GUI isn't my speed. But that doesn't matter for the majority of end-users.
GM's new Hybrid Electric Vehicle goes on-sale in 7 US markets in November of 2010 with an initial production run of 10,000 vehicles, for $40,000 MSRP.
While installing and building Linux servers has never been simpler, it's still easy to get burned. There are many ways to roll a Linux-based solution, and not all of them will fit your customers' specific needs.
Many Open Source advocates have turned into Open Source pragmatists. That doesn't mean we've surrendered. We've evolved.
In my previous piece discussing the first four Open Source Commandments I talked a bit about the traditions of Passover, where Jewish families gather together to eat a festive meal and discuss our liberation from slavery in Egypt during the reign of the Pharaoh (while the one in the Hagaddah is named Rameses , the actual identity of that Egyptian king during the Exodus is open to heavy interpretation, given the current mass of supporting archeological evidence.
Ken Hess and Jason Perlow discuss The iPad 2, Android Tablets, Making a Mac purchase, Ubuntu Linux 11.04 Natty Narwhal.