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Intelⓡ Threading Building Blocks in Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7

That the “free lunch is over” may have become something of a cliche in the IT industry, but the fact is that lately, the increase in cycles per second has been mostly realized by adding more processing units rather than by other techniques. 1,238 more words

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Containerize RHEL 6 Applications to Run on RHEL 7

Reposted from the RHEL blog and written by Bhavna Sarathy.

What if you could run your existing Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 applications on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 without porting or making changes to your source code? 590 more words

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Repost: Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.6 Now Generally Available

Red Hat today announced the general availability of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.6, the latest version of the company’s Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 platform. Nearly four years since the launch of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 in 2010, Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.6 provides a stable and secure foundation that enables organizations to tailor their infrastructure for the business needs of today while remaining flexible enough to prepare for the challenges of tomorrow. 345 more words

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Installing R on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.5

Some of my users need to be able to run the statistical programming language R on a few systems.  Typically, installing software in the RHN environment is a piece of cake, but here, I ran into some trouble which was surprisingly poorly documented in the Interwebs. 590 more words

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Python program to convert HOURS given in Decimal Format into HOURS & MINUTES

Today I am going to tell you how to write a program in Python programming language to convert the TIME given in DECIMAL HOURS format to the corresponding HOURS and MINUTE format… 80 more words

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Some Facts About CentOS That You Should Know

What do you do when you want to use Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) without paying for it? The answer is simple, you use CentOS. This is a Linux distribution that is derived from RHEL, but is available for free. 402 more words

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Google, Amazon and others react to Shellshock flaw with patches and advice

Linux vendors and big web service providers are racing to mitigate the impact of the Shellshock bug, which affects millions if not billions of systems ranging from Linux desktops and servers to Apple computers running Mac OS X, and many internet-of-things devices. 405 more words