Welcome to this year's 13th issue of DistroWatch Weekly! We'll start with first look reviews of the recently-released KANOTIX 2013 and GhostBSD 3.0.
Welcome to this year's seventh issue of DPN, the newsletter for the Debian community. Topics covered in this issue include:
linux.com: Debian comes in four flavors: Stable, Testing, Unstable, and Experimental. Packages start out in Experimental, and migrate down through Unstable, Testing, and finally land in Stable.
linuxuser.co.uk: The CuBox, announced in December 2011, has been slow in coming to the UK, but is finally available through compact computing specialist New IT. Has it been worth the wait?
dasublogbyprashanth.blogspot: My spring break is coming to an end (I only have 1.5 more days), so I figured it might be nice to do another review while I still can. Today I'm reviewing Pardus 2013.
- The Two Faces of Linux - Robust Server versus Stagnant Desktop Market Shares
- ArchLinux Decided To Move To MariaDB
- Red Hat Earnings Said Not As Bad As First Seemed
- Red Hat, Rackspace win early dismissal of Uniloc patent suit
- calamariOS, Huh, What?
- MariaDB is conquering the “desktop” distributions
- DistroRank Weekly rankings posted
- Pardus 2013 Is Here
- The GRUB Battle Again: Getting Mageia to Coexist with AntiX
- My last comment on "Linux" vs "GNU/Linux"
- DreamWorks Uses GNU/Linux For Workstations And Servers
- What is going on for Kali Linux (Full Version)?
- HOWTO : Pentoo 2013.0 RC1.1 on ASUS Sabertooth X79
- The Croods was made with the help of Linux
- Netflix: Still no plans for Linux support
paul.frields.org: Usually I wait until later in the pre-release cycle — a few weeks before Beta on average — before I move to the pre-release of the next Fedora operating system. But for Fedora 19, I’m too excited to see GNOME 3.8.
mrpogson.com: Interesting insights into the future of Debian can be seen in interviews with candidates for Debian Project Leader in Debian’s new official blog.
h-online.com: The Linux kernel can now be set up to use SSDs as cache for hard drives; Btrfs has native RAID 5 and 6 support. The kernel development team has also resolved two performance problems caused by previous changes.
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