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    CentOS Linux Version 7 Released On x86_64 Posted Sunday, July 13, 2014 @ 1:27 AM by mayhem
    "Today, CentOS project unveiled CentOS Linux 7 for 64 bit x86 compatible machines. CentOS conforms fully with Red Hat's redistribution policy and aims to have full functional compatibility with the upstream product released in last month. The new version includes systemd, firewalld, GRUB2, LXC, docker, xfs instead of ext4 filesystem by default. The Linux kernel updated to 3.10.0, support for Linux Containers, 3d graphics drivers out of the box, OpenJDK 7, support for 40G Ethernet cards, installations in UEFI secure Boot mode on compatible hardware and more. See the complete list of features here and here. You can grab this release by visiting the official mirror site or via torrents. On a related note there is also a CentOS Linux 7 installation screencast here."

    (Source: Slashdot)
     
    Linus Torvalds Delays Linux 3.7, Releases 3.7-rc8 Kernel Instead Posted Sunday, December 9, 2012 @ 12:14 AM by mayhem
    "The Linux 3.7 kernel has been delayed by one week as Linus Torvalds has released the Linux 3.7-rc8 instead. Because of some hiccups following the 'resurrection of a kswapd issue,' Torvalds wasn't comfortable releasing version 3.7 this week and instead went ahead with another release candidate. Torvalds revealed in his release announcement that because of this delay, the merge window for Linux 3.8 will close just around Christmas time."

    (Source:
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    AWS Expands to Australia Posted Sunday, November 18, 2012 @ 1:48 AM by mayhem
    AWS is excited to announce its new Asia Pacific (Sydney) Region. Starting today, customers can run their applications and workloads in the new Asia Pacific (Sydney) Region to reduce latency to end-users based in Australia and New Zealand while avoiding the up-front expenses, long-term commitments, and scaling challenges associated with maintaining and operating their own infrastructure. Sydney joins Singapore and Tokyo as the third Region in Asia Pacific and as the ninth Region worldwide.

    The new Sydney Region is currently available for multiple services, including Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2), Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3), and Amazon Relational Database Service (Amazon RDS). For a complete list of AWS Regions and services, visit the Global Infrastructure page. The newly launched Sydney Region is now available for any business or software developer to sign up and get started today at http://aws.amazon.com.
     
    Nginx Overtakes Microsoft As No. 2 Web Server Posted Friday, January 6, 2012 @ 3:41 AM by mayhem
    "With financial backing from the likes of Michael Dell and other venture capitalists, open source upstart Nginx has edged out Microsoft IIS (Internet Information Server) to hold the title of second-most widely used Web server among all active websites. What's more, according to Netcraft's January 2012 Web Server Survey, Nginx over the past month has gained market share among all websites, whereas competitors Apache, Microsoft, and Google each lost share."

    (Source: Slashdot)
     
    Linux Kernel 3.2 Released Posted Friday, January 6, 2012 @ 3:21 AM by mayhem
    "Linux 3.2 has been released. New features include support for Ext4 block size bigger than 4KB and up to 1MB, btrfs has added faster scrubbing, automatic backup of critical metadata and tools for manual inspection; the process scheduler has added support to set upper limits of CPU time; the desktop responsiveness in presence of heavy writes has been improved, TCP has been updated to include an algorithm which speeds up the recovery of connection after lost packets; the profiling tool 'perf top' has added support for live inspection of tasks and libraries. The Device Mapper has added support for 'thin provisioning' of storage, and a support for a new architecture has been added: Hexagon DSP processor from Qualcomm. New drivers and small improvements and fixes are also available in this release. Here's the full list of changes."

    (Source: Slashdot)
     
    Linux Kernel 3.0 Released Posted Friday, August 12, 2011 @ 12:18 AM by mayhem
    "In a posting on his Google+ page Linus Torvalds announced the launch of Linux kernel 3.0. This follows the kernel missing the planned release date of the 19th because of 'a subtle bug.'"

    (Source: Slashdot)
     
    KDE 4.7.0 Released Posted Friday, July 29, 2011 @ 9:05 AM by mayhem
    "KDE 4.7 releases provide many new features and improved stability and performance. Lots of visual polishing took place with an update to the Oxygen icons, and improved consistency between panel items such as clock and notification areas. The window manager KWin brings a new shadow system and can now run on OpenGL ES supporting hardware, making it better suited for mobile devices. Network management widget is much improved. Navigating through applications and recent files is easier with the addition of breadcrumbs to the Kickoff application launcher. Kontact groupware solution rejoins the rest of the KDE software, with increased stability, better connection to new services and sharing of communication information between more applications. Dolphin file manager has a cleaner default appearance. The menu bar is hidden, but easy to reach and restore. The file searching interface has been improved. Marble the virtual globe now has voice navigation support and a map creation wizard. Gwenview image viewer now offers the ability to compare two or more pictures side by side. Digikam photo management app brings face detection and recognition."

    (Source: Slashdot)
     
    VMware vSphere 5 Unveiled Posted Friday, July 29, 2011 @ 9:04 AM by mayhem
    "At a live event today, VMware CEO Paul Maritz unveiled VMware vSphere® 5 and a comprehensive suite of cloud infrastructure technologies built to help customers transform IT to drive greater efficiency of existing investments and improve operational agility.

    With nearly 200 new and enhanced capabilities, VMware vSphere 5 will continue to set the standard in virtualization, delivering better application performance and availability for all business-critical applications while automating the management of an increasingly broad pool of datacenter resources. VMware today also announced VMware vShield™ 5, VMware vCenter™ Site Recovery Manager 5, and VMware vCloud® Director 1.5, products that together with VMware vSphere 5 will amplify the value customers can realize from virtualized resources by enabling cloud-scale operations."
     
    CentOS Linux 6.0 Released Posted Friday, July 29, 2011 @ 8:52 AM by mayhem
    "The CentOS team just announced the availability of CentOS Linux version 6.0 for both i386 and x86_64 architectures. CentOS 6.0 is based on the upstream release of RHEL 6.0 (Red Hat Enterprise Linux) and includes packages from all variants."

    (Source: Slashdot)
     
    Mozilla Ships Firefox 5, Meets Rapid-Release Plan Posted Wednesday, June 22, 2011 @ 9:30 PM by mayhem
    "Mozilla delivered on Tuesday the final version of Firefox 5, the first edition under the new faster-release regime it kicked off earlier this year. The company also patched 10 bugs in Firefox 5, including one in the browser's handling of the WebGL 3-D rendering standard that rival Microsoft has called unsafe. Firefox 5 looks identical to its predecessor, Firefox 4, but Mozilla's made changes under the hood. Mozilla has denied copying Google Chrome's upbeat schedule but analysts have noted the similarities and pointed out the need of all browser makers to step up the pace. Because of the shorter development cycle, Mozilla called out relatively few new features in Firefox 5."

    (Source: Slashdot)
     
    Linus Renames 2.6.40 Kernel To Linux 3.0, Announces Release Candidate Posted Tuesday, May 31, 2011 @ 11:37 PM by mayhem
    "Linus just released the first -rc of the next kernel series, but rather than continuing development as the Linux 2.6.40 kernel, he has renamed it to be the Linux 3.0 kernel.

    And he's tacked on a second dot and another zero (3.0.0), at least for now, because many scripts expect and rely on a three-part kernel version."

    (Source: Slashdot)
     
    Linus Torvalds Considering End To Linux 2.6 Series Posted Wednesday, May 25, 2011 @ 12:38 AM by mayhem
    "With the Linux 2.6 kernel set to begin its 40th development cycle and the Linux kernel nearing its 20th anniversary, Linus Torvalds has expressed interest today in moving away from the Linux 2.6.x kernel version. Instead he's looking to change things up by releasing the next kernel as Linux version 2.8 or 3.0."

    Further updates available here.

    (Source:
    Slashdot)
     
    Perl 5.14 Released Posted Monday, May 16, 2011 @ 10:34 PM by mayhem
    "Pumpking Jesse Vincent has just released Perl 5.14, the latest stable version of the venerable Perl 5 programming language. The list of changes in Perl 5.14 includes several enhancements, including performance tuning, Unicode improvements, and updates to the core libraries and documentation. Perl 5.16 is on track for a release next April."

    (Source: Slashdot)
     
    Celebrating 20 Years of Linux Posted Friday, April 8, 2011 @ 9:16 PM by mayhem
    "2011 is the 20th anniversary of the first release of the Linux kernel by Linus Torvalds. Since that time, the Linux kernel, together with the GNU tools and a whole host of software has been developed by enthusiasts and professional programmers into an operating system that runs on tiny embedded systems right up to the world's fastest supercomputers."

    The Linux Foundation is hosting a celebratory gala at this year's LinuxCon.

    (Source: Slashdot)
     
    Mac OS X 10.6.6 Now Available via Software Update including the long anticipated Mac App Store Posted Friday, January 7, 2011 @ 12:45 PM by mayhem
    Although scheduled for a 9am launch on the 6th of January in the US (7th in Oz), it seems that the Mac App Store is already available via Software Update. It looks like the 10.6.6 update is life and available for all those early birds who want to download it.

    UPDATE (12:48am): Looks like Apple has updated their site, it's confirmed live "The Mac App Store is now available as a software update for any Mac running Mac OS X Snow Leopard.". You can expect to see these apps and more in the Mac App Store. (Note the page is in the stage of going live, US version is currently not loading correctly, but AU seems to be ok)
     
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