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Among the feature improvements that this minor release brings is the video plug-in.
It supports a smoother display of videos -- not only from YouTube -- but from RuTube as well.
On March 15, 2015, Metztli IT released Xonecuiltzin-reiser4 v02 -- our second iteration of bootcd-based
rescue ISO media.
ISO image is based on an early implementation of the upcoming GNU/Linux Debian 8, codenamed "Jessie". It also has our modified Linux kernel 3.18.7. The snapshot above was live-generated using screenfetch utility from Debian repository.
Xonecuiltzin Reiser4 Version .01 of bootcd-based LIVE bootable ISO for rescue and/or possible installation of system onto local media (hard drive, virtual machine, etc) is available!
xonecuiltzin-v01-reiser4.iso is a utility media that will help user to resolve issues with the experimental Reiser4 filesystem.
Based on the donation of IBM Lotus Symphony code, in early 2014 Apache OpenOffice 4.1 will bring Enhanced Accessibility Support.
Integration of the Microsoft Active Accessibility (MSAA) and IAccessible2 interfaces support into Apache OpenOffice will enable screen readers and other assistive technologies; upcoming feature translates into greater productivity for blind or low-vision persons who use ApacheOO in your organization.
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If not, I urge you to take advantage of the Joyent Cloud free trial. Experience the stability of UNIX, a Solaris-based public cloud. Select from one of Joyent's four data centers. Provision a 32 or 64-bit Joyent's own SmartOS-based Chefserver, MongoDB, Hadoop, node.js, Percona, Riak. Or if you prefer your 32 or 64-bit GNU/Linux Debian, CentOS, Fedora, or Ubuntu distribution. Of course, Windows proprietary OS is available, as well.
Sometime ago I became interested in Red Hat's platform as a service (PaaS) cloud offering known as OpenShift.
It is open source software -- which implies that there is considerable less risk of the customer being locked-in than if s/he were to use proprietary alternatives such as Microsoft's Windows Azure.
Based on OpenStack Essex release, on August 01, 2012, Rackspace officially launched Open Cloud.
Whether you agree with the media arguments pro- and against OpenStack as being the Linux for the Cloud, one issue gets addressed: Rackspace Open Cloud quells competitors' and critics' assertions that OpenStack has not been implemented in major deployments.