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Linux kernel developers discuss dropping x32 support
It was just several years ago that the open-source ecosystem began supporting the x32 ABI, but already kernel developers are talking of potentially deprecating the support and for it to be ultimately removed. The Linux x32 ABI as a reminder requires x86_64 processors and is engineered to (...)
[OSNews]

Pica8 to Offer Multilayer Dell EMC-based Enterprise Open Networking Campus Solutions by Adding Support for Dell EMC's S4100-Series of Aggregation Switches to Portfolio
Pica8, a leading provider of advanced, open networking software, today announced that it has ported its popular Linux-based PICOS® network operating system (NOS) to Dell EMC's high-end S4100-ON series of open networking enterprise 10G Ethernet switches. Already proven in multiple Fortune 100 (...)
[WebWire Computer hardware]

Pica8 to Offer Multilayer Dell EMC-based Enterprise Open Networking Campus Solutions by Adding Support for Dell EMC's S4100-Series of Aggregation Switches to Portfolio
Pica8, a leading provider of advanced, open networking software, today announced that it has ported its popular Linux-based PICOS® network operating system (NOS) to Dell EMC's high-end S4100-ON series of open networking enterprise 10G Ethernet switches. Already proven in multiple Fortune 100 (...)
[WebWire Computer software]

Pica8 to Offer Multilayer Dell EMC-based Enterprise Open Networking Campus Solutions by Adding Support for Dell EMC's S4100-Series of Aggregation Switches to Portfolio
Pica8, a leading provider of advanced, open networking software, today announced that it has ported its popular Linux-based PICOS® network operating system (NOS) to Dell EMC's high-end S4100-ON series of open networking enterprise 10G Ethernet switches. Already proven in multiple Fortune 100 (...)
[WebWire Computer networks]

McKernel: a light-weight multi-kernel operating system
IHK/McKernel is a light-weight multi kernel operating system designed specifically for high performance computing. It runs Linux and McKernel, a lightweight kernel (LWK), side-by-side on compute nodes primarily aiming at the followings: Provide scalable and consistent execution of large-scale (...)
[OSNews]

Bringing the Android kernel back to the mainline
Android devices are based on the Linux kernel but, since the beginning, those devices have not run mainline kernels. The amount of out-of-tree code shipped on those devices has been seen as a problem for most of this time, and significant resources have been dedicated to reducing it. At the (...)
[OSNews]

Firefox Nightly now with experimental Wayland support
As of last nightly (20181115100051), Firefox now supports Wayland on Linux, thanks to the work from Martin Stransky and Jan Horak, mostly. Before that, it was possible to build your own Firefox with Wayland support (and Fedora does it), but now the downloads from mozilla.org come with Wayland (...)
[OSNews]

Samsung's Linux on DeX turns your phone into a Linux PC
Samsung debuted DeX last year to make your phone behave a bit more like a computer when plugged into a monitor. This year, DeX functionality has improved so you don't need to expensive custom dock, just a video cable. At Samsung's developer conference last week, it announced DeX would also get (...)
[OSNews]

iSH: an iOS Linux shell for your iPhone or iPad
Have you ever wanted to run a Linux shell on your iOS device to transfer files, write shell scripts, or simply to use Vi to develop code or edit files? Now you can, with a project called iSH that is currently available as a TestFlight beta for iOS devices. iSH is a project that aims to bring a (...)
[OSNews]

Apple blocks Linux on new Macs with T2 security chips
People have found out that you can only install macOS and Windows 10 on Apple's new Macs equipped with the T2 security chip. By default, Microsoft Windows isn't even bootable on the new Apple systems until enabling support for Windows via the Boot Camp Assistant macOS software. The Boot Camp (...)
[OSNews]

OpenBSD on a laptop
You won't find nearly as many online resources about setting up OpenBSD, because honestly, you really don't need any. Unlike much of Linux and FreeBSD, the included manuals are high quality, coherent, and filled with practical examples. You also need very little third party software to do basic (...)
[OSNews]

System76 unveils Thelio, a custom Linux workstation
System76, the company making and selling Linux laptops, has unveiled the Thelio, a fully custom designed and built desktop machine. Everything about the machine is custom - from the case to the special IO board that monitors temperatures all across the case and optimizes airflow accordingly. (...)
[OSNews]

Nitrux: Linux, KDE Plasma 5, Qt and Nomad Desktop
Nitrux is a Linux distribution based on Ubuntu suitable for laptops and desktop computers. Nitrux provides all the benefits of the Ubuntu operating system combined with a focus on portable, redistributable application formats like AppImages. Nitrux uses the LTS branch of Ubuntu as a basis using (...)
[OSNews]

Linus Torvalds returns to head Linux coding community
Mr Torvalds took a short break from the Linux world to get help to become more polite to engineers.
[BBC News]

Linus Torvalds returns to head Linux coding community
Mr Torvalds took a short break from the Linux world to get help to become more polite to engineers.
[BBC]

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