- 24 Core, 48GB RAM Linux cluster runs on 400W
The Helmers project shows that there is 3x the performance at 1/2x the cost for those willing to innovate. By no small coincidence, this is what I see every day when I visit Red Hat customers who are replacing proprietary systems with open source solutions.
- Linux captures the ‘green’ flag, beats Windows 2008 power-saving measures
Our tests point to Linux as the winner of the green flag by margins that topped out at 12%. But we must note that our results are full of stipulations imposed by our test bed, and as the more truthful car advertisements might warn — your wattage may vary.
- Technology Today: Linux — A new user’s review
All in all I have been very impressed with Ubuntu Linux 7.10 and would recommend it to anyone who is willing to learn a new operating sytem.
- People wonder why I don’t use windows
- Ubuntu after a month
- Ubuntu Weekly Newsletter Issue 94
- Ubuntu, Fedora, Mandriva Performance Compared
- Slackware 12.1 – The Newest Version of the Oldest Surviving Linux Distribution
- What Makes Amarok the Most Popular Audio Player on Linux?
- Stallman attacks Oyster’s ‘unethical’ use of Linux
- Military Supercomputer Sets Record
- There is only one Linux!!!
- Linux training
- Getting To Grips With Netpkg In Zenwalk 5.2
- Michael Chen: India Third-Largest Contributor To Fedora Community
- MontaVista Vision 2008 Embedded Linux Developers Conference to Present Educational Sessions and New Technology from Top Companies
- Rock star Linux: remixed, unplugged and live
- Acer introduces Aspire one, its first low-cost notebook
- Crystal Ball Sunday #4: Linux and System Builders and Integrators
- The impact of the Eee PC
- Ubuntu Chief: OEMs Turning to Us for Netbook OS
Adds Shuttleworth: “The aim was to do something very simple that could be tested easily, work with touch devices and made shippable very quickly. It also needed to be efficient on lower-power devices, and work well with Intel hardware, which seems to be the preferred platform for this generation of devices and allows us to slip a few nice effects in that would be hard without the right hardware support.”
- How Ultra-portable Laptops will help Linux
- Eclipse framework overshadowing proprietary embedded tools
It may still take a few years to solidify its position, but Eclipse appears to be on the way to overshadowing proprietary embedded tool chains.
- Talend Announces First Open Source Product with Change Data Capture for Real-Time Data Integration
- How to Pick a Good Gift for a Geeky Dad