lunes, 3 de marzo de 2014

This Week's Original Content From The Linux Foundation

This Week's Original Content From The Linux Foundation

Learn KVM and Receive Exclusive Invitation to Linux Foundation Collaboration Summit
By Amanda McPherson 

Linux and open virtualization technologies are helping push the limits of IT infrastructure to support cloud computing, high-availability data centers and more. From KVM to Xen Project and more, SysAdmins have more opportunity than ever before to be a part of the team innovating to advance both business opportunities and technology in their companies.

Putting Tizen in Context
By Brian Warner

The lights are off, the booths are packed up, the devices tucked away, and it's 5:30 a.m. in the Barcelona airport. Guess it's time for a Tizen update. 
Dice: How Linux Hiring Compares with the Rest of Tech
By Libby Clark  

Linux professionals not only have great jobs -- they have great careers, says Dice President Shravan Goli. What makes a Linux career among the best in tech? In this Q&A, Goli discusses how Linux careers compare and gives an insider's perspective on the Linux job market.

PGP Web of Trust: Delegated Trust and Keyservers
By Konstantin Ryabitsev

Welcome to the second installment of the "PGP Web of Trust" series. In this part we'll explore "Trusted Introducers" and "Meta-Introducers" in cryptography; how PGP implements "Meta-Introducers"; how PGP trust-signatures work in practice; and what keyservers are and how to use one to keep track of people's public keys.

LTSI v3.10 is Now Released
By Noriaki Fukuyasu

Long Term Support Initiative (LTSI) Kernel Maintainer Greg Kroah-Hartman this week released LTSI-3.10.
How to Use htaccess to Run Multiple Drupal 7 Websites on Your Cheapo Hosting Account
By Carla Schroder

You can run multiple websites from your inexpensive shared Web hosting account, thanks to .htaccess.
MakerBot's Creative Revolution Runs on Linux
By Libby Clark  

MakerBot's Linux-based Replicator 3D printers are leading a creative revolution for consumers.

Mobile Linux OSes Innovate, Cut Costs as Smartphone Market Slows
By Eric Brown 

The coming smartphone slowdown applies more pressure on mobile Linux platforms to either innovate with features or provide competitive pricing. Fortunately, examples of both were in evidence at Mobile World Congress (MWC), from Jolla's modular faceplates to a $25 Firefox OS smartphone prototype.

How to Install Linux on an Acer C720 Chromebook
By Jack Wallen 

Jack Wallen demonstrates how to install Ubuntu or Bodhi Linux for more power and flexilibity on an Acer C720 Chromebook.

Tizen Smartwatches Tip Samsung's Ecosystem-First Strategy
By Eric Brown

The long wait for a major Tizen OS device is finally over, and it's a…smartwatch? At Mobile World Congress in Barcelona this week, Samsung skipped the unveiling of its first Tizen smartphone, and instead rolled out Tizen-based wrist computers: the Gear 2 and Gear Neo.

Featured Linux.com Video Content

Linux Video of the Week: Hands-On with the $25 Firefox Phone
By Libby Clark  

Mozilla has designed a phone that's even more affordable for emerging markets and thus redefines the entry level for smartphones.

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