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Separating The Linux and Open Source Signal From The Noise




LNLP #1804 | Ubuntu Phone Launching, Custom Linux Malware

In This Episode: Linux Foundation's CII Continues to Fund Open-Source Security Efforts, Linaro CEO Briefly Talks About Project Ara During The Linaro Connect 2015 Conference, Custom Linux malware used in brute-force attacks, ARM takes on IoT security with Offspark buyout, Microsoft, Samsung settle contract dispute over Android patent payments, Mission: ?Funding all those small but important open-source projects, Red Hat, NEC to Create OpenStack Platform for NFV, First Ubuntu phone is ready...


LNLP #1803 | Valve NextGL for Steam Machine, Android 5.1 Lollipop Rolls Out

In This Episode: Valve set for OpenGL BIG REVEAL at upcoming conference, Google quietly rolls out Android 5.1 Lollipop, Raspberry Pi 2 on sale for $35, The Linux Foundation Announces Guide to Building and Deploying to the Open Cloud, Microsoft releases .NET CoreCLR as open source code, OpenPi Raspberry Pi Powered Open Source Wireless System, Systemd has plans to include UEFI bootloader


LNLP #1802 | IoTivity Standard Launched, Oculus Rift Support added to Firef

In This Episode: Intel, Samsung & Cisco Launches IoTivity Open-Source Standard for the Internet of Things, RHEL on VCE is ESA's new tech launchpad, Ubuntu Aims to Make the IoT Snappy, Mozilla announces enhanced Oculus Rift support for Firefox, Samsung hops back on Android bandwagon with printers, Tizen-based Samsung cameras and round smartwatch leaked, Valve investigating scary sounding Steam bug on Linux, Linux Foundation publishes open-source cloud guide


LNLP #1720 | Linux ‘grinch’ Vulnerability, Fedora 21 Released

In This Episode: Linux 'grinch' vulnerability could put a hole in your security stocking, Linux Foundation Announces Biannual Individual Membership Drive, Say hi to Linux's future: Fedora 21 is here, Linux 3.19 Features Set to Surface in 2015, Warhammer Quest levels up to a PC, Mac, and Linux release, Newborn Mini-ITX twins run Linux on Bay Trail SoCs, METRO REDUX LAUNCHES FOR LINUX AND STEAM OS


LNLP #1717 | Linux Still Owns Supercomputing, Intel’s MICA Fashion Bracelet

In This Episode: Linux still owns supercomputing, 4 ways Docker is remaking Linux, Intel's MICA fashion bracelet features Linux and 3G data, SUSE Linux Enterprise Live Patching Now Available, Fedora Linux Set to Abandon Firefox over Advertising Issue, Tiny MIPS COM aims Linux and Android at wearables, Civilization: Beyond Earth Mac And Linux Updated


LNLP #1716 | Microsoft Open Sources .NET, Debian Drops kFreeBSD

In This Episode: Microsoft Open Sources .NET, Saying It Will Run on Linux and Mac, Red Hat Launches Linux Container Beta With Docker And Google Kubernetes, OpenSUSE 13.2 Linux adds smoother setup, system snapshots, Btrfs, Desktop Linux users beware: the boss thinks you need to be managed, Dev board runs Yocto Linux on Altera ARM+FPGA SoC, Debian drops kFreeBSD as official architecture, Timesys Partners With GizmoSphere to Provide Embedded Linux Solution for Gizmo2 SBC


LNLP #1715 | Intel Powered Ubuntu Linux Tablet, Google Cloud Adds Support F

In This Episode: BlackEnergy cyberespionage group targets Linux systems and Cisco routers, Fedora 21 rolls three versions of Linux into one OS, Tiny $269 3D resin printer runs Linux on Raspberry Pi, Hackable drone controller runs Linux, Is an Intel Tablet with Ubuntu Linux OS in the Works?, Google Cloud Adds Support for Ubuntu Linux Distribution, SGI gives the military its first petaflop supercomputer


LNLP #1714 | Android 5.0 Security Details, Firefox OS on Raspberry Pi

In This Episode: SUSE Linux Enterprise 12: new features and extensions, Linux powers disadvantaged kids' education, Google Details Security Features Built Into Android 5.0, Chrome 38 Officially Promoted by the Browser to Stable Channel, Percona Expands Support for OpenStack, Increases Thought Leadership Role, Firefox OS Comes To Raspberry Pi, Canonical rolls out home-grown Ubuntu OpenStack distro


LNLP #1713 | Possible Debian Fork over Systemd, Ubuntu Turns 10

In This Episode: Civilization: Beyond Earth launch window revealed for Mac, Linux, Alibaba Lands Chinese Smartphone Maker Meizu for Linux based 'YunOS', Ubuntu turns 10: A look back at the desktop Linux standard bearer, Stick computer runs Android on quad-core Atom, Linux Rift Over Systemd Widens with Threat of Debian Fork, Microsoft Promises Docker Open Source App Virtualization on Windows, Linux distro Ubuntu 15.04 gets its name


LNLP #1712 | Open Source Drone, Netflix Now on Linux

In This Episode: Linux Foundation fuels open-source drone efforts, Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.6 arrives, Linux botnet 'Mayhem' spreads through Shellshock exploits, Machine vision COM and cameras go Linux, Wind River Linux taps Yocto 1.7, adds binary option, 3.8 Million Raspberry Pi Linux Computers Sold - Oh My!, Linux now supported by Netflix via Google Chrome


LNLP #1710 | Bash Shellshock Bug, Borderlands 2 for Linux

In this Episode: Hackers Exploit Shellshock, Much More Trouble Awaits, Android DBMS adds bidirectional sync, Borderlands 2 now available on Linux, FPGA-enabled vision system uses USB3 cams, runs Linux, Red Hat Plans $700 Million Convertible Note Offer, $400 Million Stock Buyback, Telecom Industry and Vendors Unite to Build Common Open Platform, HP Ships First ARM Servers


LNLP #1709 | Jolla’s Sailfish debuts on Snapdeal in India, DIY Open Source

In This Episode: Fedora 21 Alpha is finally here, Keynotes and Program Announced for ApacheCon and CloudStack Collaboration Conference, Red Hat Pushes for Enterprise Cloud Supremacy, Jolla's Sailfish OS debuts in India on Snapdeal, Mentor Graphics Delivers Commercial Mentor Embedded Linux Platform, Cisco Networking Academy Adopts Course Aligned to LPI Linux Essentials Certificate, Open-Source DIY Bitcoin Wallet with Raspberry Pis


LNLP #1708 | Android One Phones Launch, Micro Focus Buying Suse Linux

In This Episode: Micro Focus buying Novell, Suse Linux owner for $1.2 billion, Red Hat Announces General Availability of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.11, Red Hat Software Collections 1.2 beta: New software for Linux developers, Opera Beta 25 arrives, finally adds full bookmark support, debuts Linux build, Version 1.0 of JetBrains' CLion IDE will include C/C++ support, Fanless mini-PC runs Linux on Via QuadCore E-Series, Android One phones launch in India


LNLP #1707 | New Linux Based Tivo DVR, systemd vs sysVinit Linux Cheatsheet

In This Episode: New Firefox 31 focuses on improving developer tools, Monstrous TiVo DVR has six tuners, holds 24TB, Red Hat Renews Server Management Portfolio With Satellite 6, Five free office suites for Linux, Piston Cloud Computing Updates OpenStack Distribution, Intel's low-power Edison PC module now shipping for developers, hobbyists, Former Red Hat CTO joins Google as VP cloud platforms, Vallum Software Announces a new product offering, expanded support for Linux and UNIX for the...


LNLP #1706 | Install Ubuntu Touch on Android, Best Linux Browsers

In This Episode: Open-Source Projects Failing To Pass IRS Nonprofit Muster, Best Linux Browsers, Dynamically Loading Code Securely with Android, New Firefox 31 focuses on improving developer tools, Google shares what Samsung KNOX is bringing to Android, How to install Ubuntu Touch on your Android phone or tablet, Debian Linux, Android share a bed in upcoming distro


LNLP #1705 | OpenWRT Updated, Intel Galileo Gen2

In This Episode: How businesses are getting creative with the Raspberry Pi, Ceph Clustered Storage Dons A Red Hat, Chrome 36 Launches with New Incognito Design, OpenWRT gets native IPv6 slurping in major refresh, Wind River ecosystem program aims to speed NFV deployment, Intel to ship Galileo Gen2 open-source computer in August for $60, Debian Developer switches to Mac, doesn’t look back


LNLP #1704 | Raspberry Pi Goodness, OpenStack Platform 5 Available

In This Episode: CentOS 7 Open-Source Server OS Arrives in Style, Google launches Chrome Remote Desktop for Linux, Red Hat Announces General Availability of Red Hat Enterprise Linux OpenStack Platform 5, How businesses are getting creative with the Raspberry Pi, Awesome Raspberry Pi Game Boy Handheld Console Created, Ubuntu Touch may be our last hope for a Linux tablet, 10 tips for a more user-friendly Linux desktop


LNLP #1703 | CoreOS Linux, Raspberry Pi Mini Games Arcade

In This Episode: CoreOS: Linux for the cloud and the datacenter, Samsung Explains OS Shift for Smartwatches, Samsung Planning Galaxy S5 With Its Own Tizen Operating System, Linux-based platform aimed at the connected car, Red Hat offers cloud management certification for Linux OpenStack platform, Raspberry Pi Mini Games Arcade Cabinet Kit Available From $50, KDE team pulls the plug on the Vivaldi tablet, Improv board projects


LNLP #1702 | Fedora Linux on Amazon Fire TV, Raspberry Pi Development Kit

In This Episode: Smooth like btrfs: Inside Facebook’s Linux-powered infrastructure, Opera for Linux arrives with premiere Chromium build, Linux gaming revolution continues as XCOM: Enemy Unknown hits SteamOS, Fedora Linux running on the Amazon Fire TV, LG Opens webOS Smart TV Platform to Developers, Element14 Launches Raspberry Pi Compute Module Development Kit, LG webOS TV opens arms to devs (and hopes for some app love)


LNLP #1701 | AMD Improving Linux Gaming With Mantle Tools, KaOS Linux Hands

In This Episode: AMD wants to improve gaming in Linux and Steam boxes with its Mantle tools, KaOS Linux: Hands-on with this solid and focused distribution, Quick Look: Linux Lite 2.0, Linux 3.15 released, Linode Unveils $10/Month Linux Cloud Hosting Plan with SSD Storage, Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization Gets Big Update, Unisys cozies closer to Intel, 'sunsets' proprietary processor