Microsoft has announced that it wil now support Linux. Well if you are running a few distros they will. Those would be:
Suse Linux Enterprise Server 11 SP2
If you didn't notice there is one very large distorbution missing from that list. Red Hat and Fedora are not there but CentOS is. CentOS is a dirivitive work off of Red Hat. So it's not likely a driver issue. It's more likely that it's a licensing and support contract thing. We have another story about a contract they just signed so we know it's also unlikely that they aren't happy about working with each other. Check out the podcast to hear us go into more detail about our thoughts on the whole situation.
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Running Time: 56:08
Google vs oracle (We talk a little bit about this)
New Open Source version of Elders Scrolls Morrwind...Looks awesome...Who says linux can't do gaming?
Joe starts the discussion of whether or when it makes sense for a business to switch or jump from one distro to another?
Ubuntu is going to revolutionize the UI
Ubuntu to ship on 5% of PC's ???
Skypes Supernodes are being replaced with Linux Machines
Did you know that RedHat would let you host your apps on their cloud servers for Free?
Open Office UPDATED!!!! After 469 DAYS!!!
Check it out we recorded this live via Google Hangout On-Air. Watch for updates on how you can watch us record live. We will also be adding a chat room too. More details to come.
It would seem that Ubuntu is in a race with Microsoft and Apple to make a massive change to the way we use desktop. With the HUD and Unity they are trying to moving things in a new way and change the way we all work. While I am still on the fence on Unity the HUD is something I hope Apple and Microsoft embrace and extend. This is a nice article from the man himself, Mark Shuttleworth, about his plans for the future of User Interfaces.
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