Un-edited Live session – http://youtu.be/A1950JVeQQ8
Tony Bemus, Mat Enders, and Mary Tomich
Intro Sound bite by Mike Tanner
Kernel News: Mat
On Wed Sep 12 2012 – 11:04:27 EDT
Ben Hutchings released kernel 3.2.29
With 84 files changed, 1673 lines inserted, and 555 lines deleted
On Fri, 14 Sep 2012 20:38:39 PDT
Greg Kroah-Hartman released kernel 3.0.43
With 47 files changed, 259 lines inserted, and 150 lines deleted
On Fri, 14 Sep 2012 20:40:04 PDT
Greg Kroah-Hartman released kernel 3.4.11
With 88 files changed, 540 lines inserted, and 307 lines deleted
On Fri, 14 Sep 2012 20:40:46 PDT
Greg Kroah-Hartman released kernel 3.5.4
With 114 files changed, 881 lines inserted, and 504 lines deleted
Kernel Developer Quote:
This weeks quote is from Alan Cox
“Swansea at it’s best, just post tourist season. Lots of sun but not blazingly hot, sea, sand and quiet. Fresh made Lebanese lamb bi ajine from the marvellous Lebanese pastry shop in town and Joe’s ice cream.
Alas the one thing it won’t do is magically finish the accounts for me so back to the paperwork.”
Distro Talk: Tony
- 9-09 – PureOS 6.0 – desktop Linux distribution with GNOME 3 based on Debian’s “testing” branch
- 9-10 – Epidemic GNU/Linux 4.0 – Debian-based Brazilian desktop Linux distribution featuring the KDE desktop and a number of user-friendly enhancements
- 9-11 – IPFire 2.11 Core 62 – a specialist distribution of Linux for firewalls
- 9-12 – Parted Magic 2012_09_12 – a specialist live CD providing utilities for disk management and data rescue tasks
- 9-13 – Super OS 11.10 – an Ubuntu-based distribution with extra applications, media codecs, browser plugins and other enhancements
- 9-13 – Zentyal 3.0 – Ubuntu-based distribution for small business servers
- 9-13 – Bodhi Linux 2.1.0 – Ubuntu-based distribution featuring the Enlightenment 17 desktop
- 9-14 – openSUSE 12.2 “Edu Li-f-e” – “Edu Li-f-e” edition, an openSUSE variant specifically tailored to schools
- 9-15 – Sabayon Linux 10 – Gentoo-based distribution with a choice of four desktop environments (GNOME 3, KDE, MATE and Xfce)
- 9-15 – Lightweight Portable Security 1.3.6 – live CD with a goal of allowing users to work on a computer without the risk of exposing their credentials and private data to malware, key loggers and other Internet-era ills.
Distro of the Week: Tony
- PCLinuxOS – 1795
- Ubuntu – 1858
- openSUSE – 1954
- Mageia – 2090
- Mint – 2904
Intel says Clover Trail Atom CPUs can’t run Linux
Intel sits in a pretty dominant position in the chip making business, with the exception of one sector: mobile devices. For smartphones and tablets ARM is the market leader due to its low power, high performance chip designs working so well for those form factors.
Intel hopes to change that with the introduction of the next Atom chip, codenamed Clover Trail. But even before the Clover Trail processors are available, Intel has limited the market for them by stating Clover Trail Atom chips will only work with Windows 8. In other words, they won’t run Linux and Intel wont support them running Linux.
Do Your SSL Certs Meet Microsoft’s New Requirements?
Warning from Microsoft to the entire Internet: make sure that your digital certificates are at least 1024 bits. As of Oct. 9, 2012, longer key lengths are mandatory for all digital encryption certificates that touch Windows systems.
This means that Internet Explorer will refuse to access websites that do not have RSA keys with minimum lengths of 1024 bits. You won’t be able to exchange encrypted emails, run ActiveX controls or install applications on Windows. This isn’t new, as Microsoft started making announcements about this well over a year ago.
Motorola Mobility ordered to recall Android tablets & smartphones
The dramatic decision, the latest in an escalating war between Apple and the smartphone and set-top box company MMI, follows earlier cases in which Apple had to disable automatic “push” delivery of email to its iPhone and iPads after MMI won a separate patent fight in Germany.
The recall will not take effect immediately because Apple will have to request a ban on specific products and provide a €25m (£20m) bond, while MMI can appeal.
Open source education software unveiled by Google
Online education startups such as the Khan Academy, along with new efforts by MIT, Stanford, and Harvard have helped spur interest in and add legitimacy to the notion of remote learning. Now Google is lending its brainpower to the rapidly growing area by releasing a tool called Course Builder, open source software designed to let anyone create online education courses.
Kevin on Android and Apple
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Robert Wooden – Leaving Mint13
David Ellis – Fedora release slip is not new – https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Pacman
Rob – Likes Mary’s Desktop
Claudio Miranda – we are part of his mondays!
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