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November 4, 2013
The conflict that has been brewing between the KDE developers and Canonical has finally exploded in a flurry of statements which show just how many problems the Mir display server has caused.
While Intel's Broadwell processors won't be launching until 2014 as the successor to Haswell, this weekend the initial open-source Linux GPU kernel driver was published ahead of the Linux 3.13 kernel merge window. The changes are massive and it's looking like the Broadwell graphics improvements will be astonishing and provide significant improvements over Haswell and earlier generations of Intel graphics.
November 3, 2013
Yesterday I outlined the AMD Radeon DRM graphics changes that were queued up for the Linux 3.13 kernel that will soon be officially under development. Now for Intel Linux customers there's an overview of the Intel DRM graphics driver changes for this next kernel release cycle.
Glusterfs replicated volume based Havana 2013.2 instances on Server With GlusterFS 3.4.1 Fedora 19 in two node cluster
Two node gluster 3.4.1 cluster set up follows bellow. Please, view first nice article: http://www.mirantis.com/blog/openstack-havana-glusterfs-and-what-improved-support-really-means/ and http://wiki.openstack.org/wiki/CinderSupportMatrix.
Development on OpenWFD just started less than two weeks ago and there haven't been any public announcements of the work yet, but Anzwix has already latched onto the interesting work. OpenWFD seeks to be an implementation of the WiFi Display Standard and Miracast technologies, which basically are a standard equivalent to "wireless HDMI cables."
The Yoga’s main claim to tablet stardom is a Lithium-Ion battery that can keep the tablet going continuously for about 18 hours.
Lisp is one of those languages that people either love or hate. Count me among the Lisp lovers. I was brainwashed during my undergraduate studies at MIT to believe that Lisp is the only "real" programming language out there, and that anything else is a pale imitation. True, I use Python and Ruby in my day-to-day work, but I often wish I had the chance to work with Lisp on a regular basis.
Ubuntu 13.10 has arrived. And System76 has launched a touch-based Ubuntu notebook. Can the Darter Ultrathin counter Microsoft Surface, Apple MacBook Air and other even touch-based tablets?
The oSSum13 program includes keynotes, talks, workshops and a lot of fun. oSSum13 takes place November 15-17, 2013 following SUSEcon , our main sponsors' yearly conference. Registrations finalized before November 1st include free admission to Technology Showcase and Keynotes of SUSEcon on Friday November 15.
November 2, 2013
In my recent review of Lubuntu 13.10 I mentioned that it is possible to customise the Lubuntu desktop. This article shows you how to manipulate the LXDE controls to alter the desktop appearance, add panels and position them, create items on panels and modify the menu.
Aaron Seigo was the KDE developer to challenge Mark Shuttleworth to a public debate over his colorful comments regarding those opposed to Canonical's Mir Display Server for Ubuntu. Two weeks have passed since suggesting this public debate and there's still been no public response by Mark Shuttleworth, though Jono Bacon and others have commented on the matter.