With FreeBSD 9.2 RC2 out and final release slated for August 31, the distribution’s developers are already busy developing the next major version of the operating system – FreeBSD 10, which will pack quite a lot of interesting features.
A developer associated with the Nouveau graphics driver project has announced support for Direct3D APIs via the new Gallium3D state tracker using which games can be run on Linux and that too with better performance as compared to that offered by Wine.
Developers over at Apache project released version 2.0.65 of the Apache web server and with that have announced the discontinuation of maintenance of the 2.0 version branch and urged users to migrate to current versions of either 2.2 or 2.4 as soon as possible.
Linux 3.11 merge window is now closed and Linus Torvalds has announced the release of Linux 3.11-rc1 on Sunday afternoon.
Today, The Linux Foundation announced its latest annual Linux Training Scholarship Program with new categories reflecting a change in trend in the world of programming.