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Reddit: Libuser vulnerabilities

Thursday 23rd of July 2015 06:29:34 PM

Linux.com: Linux Foundation Training Kicks Off $79 Pricing for India

Thursday 23rd of July 2015 04:16:09 PM

Open source has always been about democracy, openness, and opportunity. In keeping with that spirit, at Linux Foundation Training we’re working to make high-quality professional Linux training available worldwide. As part of that, today we’re announcing region-specific pricing for India.

Reddit: History of Sailfish OS 1.0 by Jolla Ltd.

Thursday 23rd of July 2015 04:06:15 PM

LXer: MDN celebrates 10 years of documenting YOUR Web

Thursday 23rd of July 2015 04:04:58 PM
Today, Mozilla proudly celebrates the 10th anniversary of the Mozilla Developer Network, one of the richest and also one of the few multilingual resources on the Web for documentation. It started in February 2005, when a small team dedicated to … Continue reading

Slashdot: Lenovo Will Sell Ubuntu Laptops In India

Tuesday 21st of July 2015 03:00:08 PM

Slashdot: Jolla Spins Off Hardware Business

Tuesday 21st of July 2015 01:00:01 PM

LXer: GMAIL ATE MY LINUX PATCHES: Gobbled email enrages Torvalds

Saturday 18th of July 2015 04:52:21 PM
Kernel chief claims his Google webmail spam bin had more than 30% false positivesLinux kernel creator Linus Torvalds has published a scathing open letter to Google's Gmail team after discovering that the service had incorrectly marked hundreds of his incoming email threads as spam – including ones containing kernel patches.…

Reddit: What to do on my Ubuntu VPS?

Saturday 18th of July 2015 02:49:12 AM

I already have my own personal site I coded that's hosted on github, and a minecraft server. What should I host/make/use/do on my vps?

EDIT: Just looking for suggestions :)

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Slashdot: Interviews: Linus Torvalds Answers Your Question

Thursday 16th of July 2015 11:00:05 AM

Slashdot: How IKEA Patched Shellshock

Wednesday 15th of July 2015 07:00:03 PM

LXer: Google joins Bluetooth snooping party with Eddystone beacon tech

Wednesday 15th of July 2015 02:48:25 AM
Apple isn't the only one that wants to track your smartphone. Google is jumping on board the Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) beacon bandwagon with a new set of open standards and APIs for hardware and software developers that the online ad giant hopes will give Apple's iBeacon a run for its money.

LXer: SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 12 Is Now Available for 64-bit ARM Processors

Wednesday 15th of July 2015 02:01:05 AM
On July 14, SUSE LLC had the great pleasure of announcing that they will provide a new partner program expansion which brings support for 64-bit ARM server processors to their award-winning SUSE Linux Enterprise 12 operating system.

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