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Bug-Free Linux 4.0?

Well, let’s not get ahead of ourselves here, but Linux founder and “keeper of the flame”, Linus Torvalds, has put developers and the rest of the world on notice that a Linux 4.0 is coming sooner rather than later, “I don't want us to get to the kinds of crazy numbers we had in the 2.x series, so at some point we're going to cut over from 3.x to 4.x, just to keep the numbers small and easy to more>>

Linux Graphics News

X.org

The X.org Developer's Conference was held in Portland this September, providing a venue to discuss a range of topics relating to OpenGL, drivers, the X server, Wayland and Mir. more>>

Newswire: IBM Commits $1 Billion to Fuel Linux and Open Source Innovation on Power Systems

IBM has announced plans to invest US$1 billion in new Linux and open source technologies for IBM's Power Systems servers. The investment aims to help clients capitalize on big data and cloud computing with modern systems built to handle the new wave of applications coming to the datacentre in the post-PC era. more>>

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September 2013 Linux Kernel News

Mainline Release (Linus's tree) News

Linus Torvalds closed the 3.12 merge window when he released 3.12-rc1. tty layer and scalability improvements received a special mention in the release announcement. The tty layer cleanups lead to per-tty locking which will result in better performance on some work-loads. more>>

Linux Graphics News - August 2013

X.org

The X.org project is working towards the next major release, with August seeing mostly minor releases of various X components. Most notably of these were the mesa 9.2 release, new -intel and -ati driver releases, and a second pre-release of a new stable Xserver. more>>

August 2013 Linux Kernel News

Linus Torvalds released 3.11. Prior to 3.11 release, Linus's 3.11-rc7 announcement was posted to his Google Plus page on Linux's 22nd birthday. Here is what he had to say in his nostalgic and reminiscent statement of the passing of time in which so much has been accomplished.

"Hello everybody out there using Linux - more>>

New Products

Opera Dragonfly, Cloud.com's CloudStack, Libelium Meshlium Xtreme and more. more>>

New Products

Rectiphy's ActiveImage Protector Linux Edition, Xelltec Integrated Security System and more. more>>

New Products

OpenERP, GrammaTech's CodeSonar, The Document Foundation's LibreOffice and more. more>>

New Products

WIN Enterprises' PL-80260, Digi's ConnectPort X3 H Cellular Gateway, TestOut Corporation's LabSim Linux+ Powered by LPI and more. more>>
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