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Citrix's Mark Hinkle: Linux Can Change the World Beyond Technology

Collaboration can change the world and Linux and open source developers must use what they’ve learned to lead the way.

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LinuxCon and CloudOpen Europe Live Blog Day 1: Twitter, Citrix and The Linux Foundation

Welcome to our live coverage of the keynote presentations at LinuxCon and CloudOpen Europe in Edinburgh at 9:30 a.m. GMT, Oct. 21-23. Today we'll be hearing from Jim Zemlin, Executive Director of The Linux Foundation; Mark Hinkle, Director of Community at Citrix; and Chris Aniszczyk, Head of Open Source at Twitter.

 

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Three Ways to Follow LinuxCon and CloudOpen Europe Live From Edinburgh

LinuxCon and CloudOpen Europe will kick off next Monday morning in Edinburgh Scotland. How do you plan to follow the action?

The Linux Foundation will offer live coverage of the event on Oct. 21-23 with streaming video, Twitter and a live blog right here on Linux.com. We’ll also be posting photos in our Linux.com galleries and on Flickr.

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Training Scholarship Winner Nam Pho Uses Linux for Science

As a first-generation Vietnamese-American, Nam Pho says he learned to make the most of limited resources and opportunities in many facets of his life. When it came to computing, this meant dealing with secondhand hardware. He built his Linux skills through frustrating, but educational, attempts to get old computers up and working again.

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Yocto Project Adds Mac and Windows Cross-Compiler for Intel’s Linux-Based Galileo Board

Intel last week announced its Arduino-compatible Galileo board, a Raspberry Pi competitor aimed at enticing the DIY and maker set that’s also robust enough for embedded pros.

The board specs alone are impressive. Based on a 400 MHz Quark SoC, the Galileo comes with a mini-PCI Express slot, USB and Ethernet ports, and more, all for under $60.

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3 Embedded Linux Projects Built With the Yocto Project

In August Intel launched the Yocto Project Innovation Challenge to help showcase developers who are building – or simply imagining -- Yocto-based embedded Linux applications and devices.

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What's Next for SUSE Cloud and OpenStack

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Two Weeks to Complete New Goose Chase Missions, Win $500

We've added 10 new missions to the Great LinuxCon Wild Goose Chase. Here's your chance to boost your score and vie for the top three spots as we head into the final few weeks before LinuxCon and CloudOpen Europe.

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Training Scholarship Winner Andrew Dahl is an Aspiring Kernel Guru

Linux Foundation Training scholarship winner Andrew Dahl is relatively new to the Linux community but he’s already jumped in to help on the XFS file system, fixing bugs and reviewing a small number of patches.  As a file system engineer at SGI, he works on NFS, XFS and SGI’s CXFS (Clustered XFS.) But in his spare time he likes to dabble in Qt application development and fix kernel bugs he finds on his current hardware.

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How Open Source Software Has Changed Samsung

In recent years, Samsung has moved from being a mere consumer of open source software to actively participating in its development as a top-10 contributor to the Linux kernel. The company is still refining its open source approach and processes, however, as demonstrated by a recent GPL compliance issue with its (formerly) proprietary exFAT driver for Linux.

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