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The new release of the Red Hat Enterprise Linux OpenStack platform includes OpenStack-on-OpenStack (TripleO), which will let clouds deploy and build other clouds.
The video, entitled Tecnópolis 7: Ubuntu, starts with a small interview with Adan Munoz, product development lead at BQ, who showcases the Aquaris E4.5 Ubuntu Phone and explains how the idea of developing an Ubuntu Phone became reality.
Red Hat Enterprise Linux OpenStack Platform 6, the latest edition of the company's open source cloud computing platform, is based on OpenStack Juno.
Here’s the rest of the story regarding successors, spins or forks of CrunchBang. The tech media is falling over itself reporting that the “successor” to CrunchBang is something called #!++ which, to many CrunchBang insiders, is nothing more than one — but not “the resurrection” — project based on CrunchBang. It’s a project that appears, in the opinion of many CrunchBang contributors, as one that is trying to capitalize on the name, now that it’s “available,” in a manner of speaking.
A low-overhead monitoring web dashboard for a GNU/Linux machine. Simply drop-in the app and go!.Linux Dash's interface provides a detailed overview of all vital aspects of your server, including RAM and disk usage, network, installed software, users, and running processes. All information is organized into sections, and you can jump to a specific section using the buttons in the main toolbar. Linux Dash is not the most advanced monitoring tool out there, but it might be a good fit for users looking for a slick, lightweight, and easy to deploy application
For those of you who didn’t have the chance to buy the Ubuntu Phone last week, BQ announced a few minutes ago on Twitter that a new flash sale for its Aquaris E4.5 Ubuntu Edition smartphone device, which uses the Ubuntu Phone (Ubuntu Touch) operating system, would take place tomorrow morning starting at 9 AM CET (Central European Time).
I wrote a column a while back called “Distro developers need dollars” where I included links to distro donation pages. My thought then was that it was a good idea for distro developers to get financial support from users whenever possible. I still feel that way, however, there’s a flip side to that idea too.What happens when a distro developer solicits financial support in a way that some people think is obnoxious? Is it possible for developers to go too far in trying to make money from their distribution?
It is hard to believe that the Raspberry Pi has been around for three years already. Launched back in 2012, the credit card-sized PC attracted quite a bit of attention due to its $35 price and potential ability to encourage programming with children. Today, it was revealed that over 5 million units of Raspberry Pi have been sold to date.
In the previous tutorials, we demonstrated how we can set up a full-fledged BGP router and configure prefix filtering with Quagga. In this tutorial, we are going to show you how we can set up IPv6 BGP peering and advertise IPv6 prefixes through BGP. We will also demonstrate how we can filter IPv6 prefixes advertised […]Continue reading...The post How to set up IPv6 BGP peering and filtering in Quagga BGP router appeared first on Xmodulo.Related FAQs:How to turn your CentOS box into a BGP router using Quagga How to filter BGP routes in Quagga BGP router How to monitor BGP sessions with Nagios How to turn your CentOS box into an OSPF router using Quagga How to configure HTTP load balancer with HAProxy on Linux
Sarah Novotny is a technology evangelist and community leader for NGINX. I first met her at OSCON, where she's one of the program chairs. She makes it look easy on stage, but it's a tough job to help organize one of the largest open source events held each year.read more
Ozon OS "Hydrogen" is a new Linux distribution based on Fedora 21 developed by a team from Nitrux and Numix. It's been in the works for quite some time and it looks like a new Beta release is almost here.
Humanitarian FOSSThis article is part of the HFOSS column coordinated by Jen Wike Huger. To share your projects and stories about how free and open source software is making the world a better place, contact us at email@example.com.Lending a digital hand for humanitarian projects is just a click away. Whether you have five minutes or a few hours, you can make a difference with a variety of HFOSS projects. The level of skills required vary from web search, verification, mapping, translation, training, and open source software development. Along the journey of changing the world, you can meet like minds and hone your skills. The key is to ask yourself: What do I want to do? How can I get started? How can I find the right project and community?read more
In today's open source roundup: Law enforcement is keeping an eye on the Dark Web. Plus: Is LibreOffice 4.4 the best version yet? And FreeBSD versus Linux.
After the fuss that has been made about the article that appeared on the Elementary website last week, one question sprang to mind: "Can you make money with Linux or is it a labour of love?"
Lennart Poettering, the creator of systemd, has announced the immediate availability of systemd 219, a release that includes numerous improvements, specifically for Btrfs hookup, networkd, and containers. Many bugs have also been fixed in this release.
Every so often, a bug shows up in an open-source application that just make me go ..huH? That's the case with Mozilla firefox bug 949446 which has the ominous title of: "Source Code Disclosure of every possible project"
Keynote sessions from the 2015 Linux Foundation Collaboration Summit will stream live Feb. 18, with topics including the kernel, IoT, drones, and lots more. The Linux Foundation describes its annual Collaboration Summit as a gathering of its corporate members along with invited participants including core kernel developers, distribution maintainers, ISVs, end users, system vendors, and […]
Big patent trolls see court wins, twice in two weeks. Will it matter for reform?
Steven Shiau has released a new testing version of his Clonezilla Live CD distribution that allows users to easily and quickly clone disk drives, an operation that is also known as disk imaging. Clonezilla Live 2.3.2-22 is a testing (read: unstable) release based on the Debian Sid software repositories as of February 17, 2015.