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TuxMachines: Fedora 26 Linux Has Been Delayed by a Week, Should Now Land on June 13, 2017

1 hour 44 min ago

It would appear that the upcoming Fedora 26 Linux operating system has been quietly delayed by a week, and it now looks like the final release will hit the streets on June 13, 2017.

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Slashdot: Wine 2.0 Released

1 hour 44 min ago

TuxMachines: Debian Project Releases Major Kernel Update for Jessie to Fix 14 Vulnerabilities

1 hour 45 min ago

The Debian Project, through Salvatore Bonaccorso, announced the availability of a new kernel security update for the Debian GNU/Linux 8 "Jessie" operating system series that addresses a total of 14 vulnerabilities discovered recently and patched upstream.

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TuxMachines: Recent open source hardware trends, from SBCs to servers

2 hours 2 min ago

At ELC Europe, Intel MinnowBoard SBC evangelist John Hawley surveyed open hardware trends, and their impact on OS-enabled device and system development.

When you mention open source hardware, people typically think about community-backed hacker boards. However, the open hardware movement is growing on many fronts, including medical devices, rocketry and satellites, 3D printers, cameras, VR gear, and even laptops and servers. At the Embedded Linux Conference Europe in October, John “Warthog9” Hawley, Intel’s evangelist for the MinnowBoard SBC, surveyed the key open hardware trends he saw in 2016. The full video, “Survey of Open Hardware 2016,” can be seen below.

Also in: Open Source Hardware: From SBCs to Servers

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Reddit: Thoughts about Mageia linux?

2 hours 8 min ago

I'm looking into trying out this distro when I get some free time. In the meanwhile I'd love to here your experiences with it:

  • What's "special" about this distro? What sets it apart from others? In other words, why do you love it?
  • How's the KDE experience?
  • What are the current packages versions (kernel, plasma, kde apps, etc..) and how often are the updated? Thanks!
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LXer: Are textbooks in or out? The state of open educational resources

2 hours 11 min ago
Open education is a hot topic in both the K-12 and higher education spaces due to a number of factors, including the desire to make education more more

Phoronix: MSAA Compression Lands In Intel's Vulkan Driver, Big When When Using Anti-Aliasing

4 hours 3 min ago
Intel's "ANV" Vulkan Linux driver has landed the support for enabling MSAA compression...

LXer: Using certbot to secure your personal site

4 hours 28 min ago
Introducing an amazing simple command line tool called certbot that generates a trusted SSL certificate for your personal website.

Phoronix: Realtek ALC299/ALC1220 Support, Intel Audio Updates In Linux 4.11

5 hours 17 min ago
Takashi Iwai has submitted the sound subsystem updates for the Linux 4.11 kernel with most of that work happening in the audio driver space...

LinuxToday: SSH Password Testing With Hydra on Kali Linux

5 hours 20 min ago

LinuxConfig: Hydra has options for attacking logins on a variety of different protocols, but in this instance, you will learn about testing the strength of your SSH passwords.

Reddit: Do daily builds of Ubuntu allow me to upgrade via terminal

5 hours 33 min ago

Can i upgrade to beta or stable release when it comes in April or upgrade to 17.10 in October. Also does the 17.04 daily builds have unity 8

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LXer: Open Source Networking: Disruptive Innovation Ready for Prime Time

5 hours 37 min ago
Innovations are much more interesting than inventions.  The “laser” is a classic invention and “FedEx” is a classic innovation.  Successful innovation disrupts entire industries and ecosystems as we’ve seen with Uber, AirBnB, and Amazon to name just a few.   The entire global telecommunication industry is at the dawn of a new era of innovation.  Innovations should be the rising tide in which everybody wins except what’s referred to as “laggards.”   Who are the laggards going to be in this new era of open communications?  You don’t want to be one.

Phoronix: RadeonSI Shader Cache May Be Flipped On By Default

6 hours 9 min ago
On Wednesday the RadeonSI/R600g shader cache landed for on-disk caching of TGSI IR while one day later the caching is already being expanded and may soon be enabled by default...

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