FreeBSD 10.0 so close, Ruboto goes 1.0, ODroid U3 coming – Snippets

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  • FreeBSD 10.0 RC3 – so close: It’s so close, FreeBSD 10.0 that it, with the third release candidate for 10.0 being made available from the various FreeBSD mirrors. And while you are looking, remember that the FreeBSD Foundation is in the final part of 2013’s fund raising drive looking to get a million dollars (currently at $648,622 with 1499 donors) to power the group through 2014.

  • Ruboto – JRuby on Android 1.0.0: The developers of Ruboto have, with the release of 1.0, declared their port of JRuby on Android “ready for general consumption” with all the “important parts” of the Android API available and stabalised and performing reasonably and enough documentation to work with.

  • ODroid U3 powers up: LinuxGizmos.com notes the upcoming availablity of Hardkernel’s Odroid U3, a quad core Exynos 4412 ARM based board which looks to pack a lot of power into a $59 board. It’s already been added to Codepope’s shopping list, especially with the option to use 8-64GB of faster eMMC memory to host either Linux (Xubuntu) or Android. Stay tuned for when it arrives here for a close look… in the meantime, we have an Xmos StartKIT which is pining for attention.

  • Readables: About Obfuscator-LLVM, Dual-Use tools and Acdemic Ethics – one of the elements of the fall out of the evasi0n iOS7 jailbreak clown-car-crash…