- What's a Beefy Miracle anyway? The story of the Fedora 17 release name
- Fedora 17 Boot Optimization (from 15 to 2.5 seconds)
- Fedora 17 Screenshots
- Fedora 17: Mm.. this stew of beefy source tastes just right
h-online.com: Later than originally planned, Knoppix creator Klaus Knopper has released an update to version 7.0 of his popular Live Linux distribution. The first point update to Knoppix 7.0, which was a special "CeBIT Edition" from March, includes a number of improvements and package upgrades, while removing proprietary packages, such as Adobe Reader.
ostatic.com: The Fedora Project officially served up their "Beefy Miracle" today. The announcement, chocked full of hot dog references, introduced the new release.
zdnet.co.uk: It has taken a few days to get both of these distributions loaded on everything I have around here, but I finally have it done, and I can write up a quick summary of the results.
Welcome to this year's eleventh issue of DPN, the newsletter for the Debian community. Topics covered in this issue include:
tuxtweaks.com: On May 23, 2012, Linux Mint 13 "Maya" was released. There are two desktop flavors available, the MATE Edition and the Cinnamon Edition. MATE is a fork of the GNOME 2 desktop since the GNOME project has abandoned GNOME 2 in order to work on GNOME 3 development. Cinnamon is a project started by Linux Mint in order to include a classic GNOME 2 style interface in a GNOME 3 environment. Both of these flavors are available in 32 bit and 64 bit versions.
fool.com: It was about two months ago when the now $10 billion open source software provider Red Hat (NYSE: RHT) blew up – in a good way - for shareholders. The company had just released fiscal Q4 numbers and tech geeks everywhere were all aflutter. Revenue was up – again – and management guidance for the balance of 2012 and 2013 was unwavering.
- Linux Mint 13 Rallies Behind Gnome
- Five Things to Look Forward to in Linux Mint 13 'Maya'
zdnet.co.uk: Just two weeks after the Release Candidate, the final release of Magiea 2 was made available today. Mageia is a spinoff from the Mandriva distribution, which was created by a group of Mandriva developers and contributors because of the uncertainty about the future of Mandriva.
tech-faq.com: Richard Stallman of the Free Software Foundation recently mused on the topic of non-free games on Linux, and unsurprisingly he rejects them, even though admitting that they “might encourage users of the games to replace Windows with GNU/Linux”.