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Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server 7.1 for 64-bit ARM Development Preview Announced

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Red Hat had the great pleasure of announcing the availability of the first Development Preview of their upcoming Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server 7.1 for ARM operating system.

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Red Hat Summit and Fedora

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Red Hat rolls out container-based OpenShift Enterprise 3 cloud

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Red Hat is convinced that the future, and clouds, belong to containers. In today's release of its Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) cloud, OpenShift Enterprise 3, Red Hat is basing it on Docker containers, Kubernetes orchestration and Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) 7.

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Red Hat Summit and News

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Red Hat Summit and News

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Fedora Leftovers

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JavaScript Developers Will Appreciate The Latest Fedora 23 Proposals

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Using a system-shared version of jQuery for packaged Fedora applications using this very popular JavaScript library. Right now a copy of jQuery is included with each web application / package using it in the Fedora world, but the hope for Fedora 23 is to modify them to use a system-wide version of jQuery. Details on the impact and handling of different jQuery versions are outlined via this Fedora Wiki page.

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Interview with winner of the Red Hat Women in Open Source Community Award, Sarah Sharp

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Last year Red Hat announced its first Women in Open Source Award, created to recognize the contributions that women are making in open source technologies and communities. I was honored to be on one of the committees that reviewed more than 100 nominations and narrowed the list down to 10 finalists divided into two categories: community and academic. Then the open source community voted, and I anxiously awaited the results. I wanted every woman on both lists to win, so I knew that no matter who ended up with most votes, I'd be happy.

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Red Hat enters mobile software market with Samsung

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What do you do when you're king of the Linux server mountain and you want more? In Red Hat's case, you develop a new mobile software stack, Red Hat Mobile Application Platform (RHMAP), and you partner up with the world's top Android smartphone vendor, Samsung.

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Fedora 20 "Heisenbug" Reached End of Life, Please Upgrade to Fedora 22 Linux

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We are sorry to inform all users of the Fedora 20 Linux operating system that today, June 23, was the last day when the distribution, dubbed "Heisenbug," received security patches and software updates.

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