Howdy from Sweden, Anyway I am trying out Kilimanjaro after being seriously disgruntled with the latest version of Ubuntu (14.x). I am impressed by the sleakness of Arch but as a semi-noob I find it hard to handle/immediately convert, is there some "stepping stone" distro I can learn on?submitted by eriktheginja
Linux.com: Corporate Open Source Participation Reaches All-Time High, But More Formal Management Needed
Open source software is more accessible to enterprises and OEMs, and has multiplied its impact across many industries. The results from the 2015 Future of Open Source Survey confirm that the rate of adoption and participation by companies of all sizes has reached an all-time high.
Industries as diverse as finance, aviation, medicine, the military, manufacturing, and telecom are adopting real-time Linux to help control robots, data acquisition systems and other time-sensitive instruments and machines. NI’s integrated hardware and software platform, based on the NI Linux real-time OS, helps enterprises accelerate productivity and drive rapid innovation as they build these next-generation, real-time technologies, says Shelley Gretlein, director of platform software and customer education at NI.
The Eötvös University and Szeged University in Hungary are increasing their use of EuroOffice and the Open Document Format (ODF), reports MultiRáció, the Budapest-based ICT firm that develops EuroOffice. Together, the two universities have about 45,000 students. In February the company signed a licence and support contract for 34,000 copies of EuroOffice.