Monthly Archives: November 2007

Hurray to Miro 1.0

Just got Miro 1.0 running on my RHEL5 laptop (a Dell D620). And it just works. Thanks. Perhaps I should venture in making a Fedora 8 custom spin.

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Computing on the cloud, phone sdk, opemmoko, g1g1

These are heady days. Red Hat’s computing offerings (on Amazon’s EC2) and the RH Appliance products, coupled with the gPhone SDK, open phone hardware from openmoko and the Give 1 Get 1 program of the OLPC is putting so much … Continue reading

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g1g1 is good to go!

It is finally out. The One Laptop Per Child program’s Give One Get One program is finally up and running. Here’s the text of the email I got: Give One Get One starts today! From all of us at One … Continue reading

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Linux Automation

Great to see a significant thought leadership (and tech leadership as well) on the part of Red Hat in pushing the entire virtualization idea to areas that no one has considered. RH’s announcement about making RHEL run anywhere – bare … Continue reading

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Lessig redux

in a word awesome

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More cool stuff? Heck, yeah!

Looks like a lot of good vibes this week. First the Open Handset Alliance from Google and company, second the announcement of Red Hat and Sun working together on open sourced Java and third, Fedora 8 on Thursday! To top … Continue reading

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Digg this!

Digg this! As alluded to in previous posts, Fedora 8 will be a kick ass product. Many things are going for it – and from an Asian perspective, 8 is auspicious for the Chinese and November 8 when it comes … Continue reading

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