Intel is readying a 64-bit Bay Trail Atom platform for Android, according to Hermann Eul, Intel's general manager, mobile and communications group, speaking at the company's investor day on Thursday.
In many ways, owing to extensive repositories and lack of focus on just one particular market or purpose, Debian has got in it much of the best of GNU/Linux, including choice.
Puppet, Chef, Ansible, and Salt were all built with that very goal in mind: to make it much easier to configure and maintain dozens, hundreds, or even thousands of servers. That's not to say that smaller shops won't benefit from these tools, as automation and orchestration generally make life easier in an infrastructure of any size.
Without competition, there will always be this threat that Google will just use “open” for marketing, not much beyond that.
It is GNU/Linux occupying 10 out of 10 (top 10) ‘super’ servers. The numbers are out and they show this, based on Green500  and TOP500 [2,3], which has GNU/Linux everywhere but 18 computers in the top 500.
Apple's 64-bit A7 processor made a big splash, and now it's Intel's turn. Intel recently showed off a 64-bit version of Android running on the 64-bit Bay Trail Atom processor, according to CNet.
Today we are announcing the release of Black Lab Linux 4.1.8. This is the inaugural release of Black Lab Linux since we had to rename our distribution from OS/4 OpenLinux to Black Lab Linux. With the new release of Black Lab Linux 4.1.8 what are some of the changes that have been implemented.
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