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News Archive - October 2006 - News Post

Mandriva, SUSE, Ubuntu and Fedora

Tuesday 10th October 2006

Category: News

Yes, there's something about almost everyone this time around. Firstly, Mandriva Linux 2007 has been released, although the biggest, and presumably best, version will cost you. Another Red Hat derivative was supposed to be released tomorrow, but Fedora Core 6's release has been delayed. Don't worry, it will still be here quite soon, and hopefully a little more bug free as a result.

Going over to SUSE, there's the new that SUSE 10.2 will not be using ReiserFS as the default filesystem, swapping to the old favourite ext3 instead. Looking at Ubuntu, we have the article discussing how Canonical intends to make money with Ubuntu.

There are also plenty of Microsoft stories (as always), such as:

Finally, there's something that's perhaps a little more fun: N.E.R.O., a game that let's you train your own soldiers, in the sense of telling the AI what is good and what is bad. A bit like training a dog really.


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