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today with a PING a little more than usual cortiro but equally interesting, something that did not discover until the tooth hinquéis some of the news that follow …
. The renewed partnership launches logo, as you can see in the official blog. Now it remains to be seen what they do in terms of distribution.
Xen under Linux Foundation ampararo . The Linux Foundation has taken control of the well known Xen virtualization platform ed. More details on MuyComputer.
Ext Support for Mac OS X . Paragon has updated their drivers to support Lion and Mountain Lion, where it can make use of file system Ext2, Ext3 and Ext4, as told in The H Open. Napster
resurrects . They Napster.fm Genbeta that resurfaces as Open Source project, a sort of new “online radio” via YouTube.
SUSE Studio 1.3 . In MuyComputerPRO echoed the release of SUSE Studio 1.3, the first update in nearly two years of this cuisine distributions that now points to the cloud.
SparkyLinux 2.1 . Debian? Testing in five minutes? This is how define the helicopter’s shadow holder to SparkyLinux.
Open Source Android Applications . We do not usually talk much about Android in these parts, but in The Free Android have marked an item that you may be interested.
Red Hat and OpenStack . Again, we link our fellow MuyComputerPRO, where you can read about Red Hat’s strategy with OpenStack, the open source cloud. Information that you can expand on MuyCloud. It seems that Red Hat is reacting well and on time (well, that and the heart was tucked in his time).
This week there is no supply of The Humble Bundle, so we spent way to remind the contact MuyLinux , starting with email (email@example.com) and ending by social channels, Google+, Twitter, Identi.ca and Facebook, where we return to normal operation.
Well, well. It seems that there is no room in this PING to anything that smacks of Ubuntu. Something strange. Why is that? In a little while you will see. Good weekend to everyone s
Tags: Android, Ext, Linux Foundation, Mac OS X, Napster, Open Source, OpenMandriva, OpenStack, PING, Red Hat, SparkyLinux, SUSE, SUSE Studio, Xen