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Debian community splits over systemd, but fork still unlikely Network World
table border=0 cellpadding=2 cellspacing=7 style=vertical-align:top;trtd width=80 align=center valign=topfont style=font-size:85%;font-family:arial,sans-serif/font/tdtd valign=top class=jfont style=font-size:85%;font-family:arial,sans-serifbr /div style=padding-top:0.8em;img alt= height=1 width=1 //divdiv class=lha href=http://news.google.com/news/url?sa=tamp;fd=Ramp;ct2=usamp;usg=AFQjCNH0qEbkhvLYSYvpnq5fy6MXX_rPdAamp;clid=c3a7d30bb8a4878e06b80cf16b898331amp;ei=FsBKVOniNcy6wAHo04HgCAamp;url=http://www.networkworld.com/article/2837792/opensource-subnet/debian-community-splits-over-systemd-but-fork-still-unlikely.htmlbDebian community splits over systemd, but fork still unlikely/b/abr /font size=-1bfont color=#6f6f6fNetwork World/font/b/fontbr /font size=-1Skeptics like kernel developer Ted Ts#39;o, bSlackware/b founder Patrick Volkerding and many others have cited “mission creep” as a serious concern. While the website protesters state that they#39;re prepared for the task of forking Debian, former Ubuntu b/b/fontbr /font size=-1 class=p/fontbr /font class=p size=-1a class=p href=http://news.google.com/news/more?ncl=d8J_wvLvMvB4HcMamp;authuser=0amp;ned=usnobrb/b/nobr/a/font/div/font/td/tr/table

Samsung launches Chromebook 2 with Bay Trail for $250 Liliputing
table border=0 cellpadding=2 cellspacing=7 style=vertical-align:top;trtd width=80 align=center valign=topfont style=font-size:85%;font-family:arial,sans-serifa href=http://news.google.com/news/url?sa=tamp;fd=Ramp;ct2=usamp;usg=AFQjCNF04EZvacTwxO1MxuTJ7da9WCf8Cwamp;clid=c3a7d30bb8a4878e06b80cf16b898331amp;cid=52778635077431amp;ei=FsBKVOniNcy6wAHo04HgCAamp;url=http://liliputing.com/2014/10/samsung-launches-chromebook-2-bay-trail-250.htmlimg src=//t0.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcRBz6oAHbv1_Igay46HI-BZKVENwy0hdLlQMEiAoFfRRmcYl0VGy9x03tzfJI-1AVQ5pYcrl_xC alt= border=1 width=80 height=80 /br /font size=-2Liliputing/font/a/font/tdtd valign=top class=jfont style=font-size:85%;font-family:arial,sans-serifbr /div style=padding-top:0.8em;img alt= height=1 width=1 //divdiv class=lha href=http://news.google.com/news/url?sa=tamp;fd=Ramp;ct2=usamp;usg=AFQjCNF04EZvacTwxO1MxuTJ7da9WCf8Cwamp;clid=c3a7d30bb8a4878e06b80cf16b898331amp;cid=52778635077431amp;ei=FsBKVOniNcy6wAHo04HgCAamp;url=http://liliputing.com/2014/10/samsung-launches-chromebook-2-bay-trail-250.htmlbSamsung launches Chromebook 2 with Bay Trail for $250/b/abr /font size=-1bfont color=#6f6f6fLiliputing/font/b/fontbr /font size=-1Finally somebody get it right, this is an instant purchase for me, since I have a couple of 128 and 256gb SSD drives lying around after the upgrades to my macbook pro 2013 and flex 2 14, this will be an amazing device to me running ubuntu and bslackware/b./fontbr /font size=-1 class=p/fontbr /font class=p size=-1a class=p href=http://news.google.com/news/more?ncl=dRHrJe1hN5QcwyMamp;authuser=0amp;ned=usnobrband morenbsp;raquo;/b/nobr/a/font/div/font/td/tr/table

Hummingboard: Giving Raspberry Pi a run for less money Network World
table border=0 cellpadding=2 cellspacing=7 style=vertical-align:top;trtd width=80 align=center valign=topfont style=font-size:85%;font-family:arial,sans-serifa href=http://news.google.com/news/url?sa=tamp;fd=Ramp;ct2=usamp;usg=AFQjCNHD8r2xScEMQvFTP-D7EZgixTesfwamp;clid=c3a7d30bb8a4878e06b80cf16b898331amp;ei=FsBKVOniNcy6wAHo04HgCAamp;url=http://www.networkworld.com/article/2691756/opensource-subnet/hummingboard-giving-raspberry-pi-a-run-for-less-money.htmlimg src=//t1.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcRlIwGlzh0rN8Au8_30u_KrHdTcIBeaXKZKUnmR8lNU89Ds_m83K4R7TcxmK_BZE5N059on0w7M alt= border=1 width=80 height=80 /br /font size=-2Network World/font/a/font/tdtd valign=top class=jfont style=font-size:85%;font-family:arial,sans-serifbr /div style=padding-top:0.8em;img alt= height=1 width=1 //divdiv class=lha href=http://news.google.com/news/url?sa=tamp;fd=Ramp;ct2=usamp;usg=AFQjCNHD8r2xScEMQvFTP-D7EZgixTesfwamp;clid=c3a7d30bb8a4878e06b80cf16b898331amp;ei=FsBKVOniNcy6wAHo04HgCAamp;url=http://www.networkworld.com/article/2691756/opensource-subnet/hummingboard-giving-raspberry-pi-a-run-for-less-money.htmlbHummingboard: Giving Raspberry Pi a run for less money/b/abr /font size=-1bfont color=#6f6f6fNetwork World/font/b/fontbr /font size=-1Solid Run also claims that Ubuntu, Fedora, Debian, openSUSE, Arch Linux, PCLinuxOS, CentOS, Mageia, bSlackware/b Linux and FreeBSD can also be run but the company provides only minimal documentation for these choices. This points out perhaps thenbsp;/fontbr /font size=-1 class=p/fontbr /font class=p size=-1a class=p href=http://news.google.com/news/more?ncl=d2evNqvjPRYGpjMamp;authuser=0amp;ned=usnobrb/b/nobr/a/font/div/font/td/tr/table

Uganda Takes on Free and Open Source Software New Vision
table border=0 cellpadding=2 cellspacing=7 style=vertical-align:top;trtd width=80 align=center valign=topfont style=font-size:85%;font-family:arial,sans-serif/font/tdtd valign=top class=jfont style=font-size:85%;font-family:arial,sans-serifbr /div style=padding-top:0.8em;img alt= height=1 width=1 //divdiv class=lha href=http://news.google.com/news/url?sa=tamp;fd=Ramp;ct2=usamp;usg=AFQjCNE1d8cp5254RTmGRefKKZJt7JkPmwamp;clid=c3a7d30bb8a4878e06b80cf16b898331amp;cid=52778627011493amp;ei=FsBKVOniNcy6wAHo04HgCAamp;url=http://www.newvision.co.ug/news/366-blogger-uganda-takes-on-free-and-open-source-software.aspxbUganda Takes on Free and Open Source Software/b/abr /font size=-1bfont color=#6f6f6fNew Vision/font/b/fontbr /font size=-1 a regular basis in Wandegeya (a then suburb of Kampala) and discussing Free and Open Source Software (FOSS) always dominated their agenda. They talked about anything Linux, UNIX and bSlackware/b which happened to be their favourite Linux flavour./fontbr /font size=-1 class=p/fontbr /font class=p size=-1a class=p href=http://news.google.com/news/more?ncl=dci0WpwsBPFlTUMamp;authuser=0amp;ned=usnobrband morenbsp;raquo;/b/nobr/a/font/div/font/td/tr/table

Xfce será el escritorio por defecto en Debian 8, excepto en x86 MuyLinux
table border=0 cellpadding=2 cellspacing=7 style=vertical-align:top;trtd width=80 align=center valign=topfont style=font-size:85%;font-family:arial,sans-serifa href=http://news.google.com/news/url?sa=tamp;fd=Ramp;ct2=usamp;usg=AFQjCNGGigPfYVc1yuq2Kc11pdRuzmEYWQamp;clid=c3a7d30bb8a4878e06b80cf16b898331amp;ei=FsBKVOniNcy6wAHo04HgCAamp;url=http://www.muylinux.com/2014/10/22/gnome-o-xfce-debian-x86img src=//t3.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcRjMlIrPWTsY80hz1v3vOTEKtBuHFl5gv0Y-FpLKB8nXCWIL3vgEHAFjBC6PSQRlCVMnqtst52K alt= border=1 width=80 height=80 /br /font size=-2MuyLinux/font/a/font/tdtd valign=top class=jfont style=font-size:85%;font-family:arial,sans-serifbr /div style=padding-top:0.8em;img alt= height=1 width=1 //divdiv class=lha href=http://news.google.com/news/url?sa=tamp;fd=Ramp;ct2=usamp;usg=AFQjCNGGigPfYVc1yuq2Kc11pdRuzmEYWQamp;clid=c3a7d30bb8a4878e06b80cf16b898331amp;ei=FsBKVOniNcy6wAHo04HgCAamp;url=http://www.muylinux.com/2014/10/22/gnome-o-xfce-debian-x86bXfce será el escritorio por defecto en Debian 8, excepto en x86/b/abr /font size=-1bfont color=#6f6f6fMuyLinux/font/b/fontbr /font size=-1Sólo queda bSlackware/b ( Que se lo está pensando… ) y Gentoo que también se lo está pensando… o mejor dicho debatiendo. No entiendo porque tanto movimiento de ahora Gnome , luego Xfce y así sucesivamente. Ahora debaten cuando en teoria lo teníannbsp;/fontbr /font size=-1 class=p/fontbr /font class=p size=-1a class=p href=http://news.google.com/news/more?ncl=dLO5YCc02KGyRPMamp;authuser=0amp;ned=usamp;hl=esnobrb/b/nobr/a/font/div/font/td/tr/table