Episode 131: We Look at openSUSE 12.2
- Intel says next generation Atom chip, Clover Trail, will not run Linux. (geek.com)
- Stanford to join growing trend and offer free e-learning course this fall. (ostatic.com)
- Professional grade video editor “Lightworks” now has a Linux release date of October 30th. (omgubuntu.co.uk)
- Researchers at University of Southhampton build a 64 node supercomputer from Legos and Raspberry PIs. (engadget.com)
- There have been an exceptional number of distro releases over the past week; Some you know, some you probably haven’t heard of before. In no particular order, here they are:
- Sabayon 10
- Bodhi 2.1
- PartedMagic 2012_09_12
- Zentyal 3.0
- Super OS 11.10
- Hanthana Linux 17
- LPS 1.3.6
- openSUSE 12.2 EDU Li-f-e
- IPFire 2.11 Core 62
- Epidemic GNU/Linux 4.0.
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