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Reddit: Can't open a file into Win32DiskImager, trying to boot linux into a boot drive!

Wednesday 6th of April 2016 01:47:02 AM

Whenever i click browse in Win32DiskImager, and search around for ubuntu iso, it doesn't appear. But when i close the program, and open the "Downloads" folder, i instantly see the iso.

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TuxMachines: Debian 7 & 8 Updated, New SUSE CTO, Different Distros

Wednesday 6th of April 2016 01:45:12 AM

The Debian project announced updates to "jessie" and "wheezy" last weekend bringing security and bug fixes only. In other news, SUSE announced a new executive position and the gentlemen who filled it. Elsewhere, Christine Hall discussed five distributions that "break the mold" and Steven J. Vaughan-Nichols reported on Linus Torvalds' talk at the 2016 Embedded Linux Conference.

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Phoronix: NetworkManager 1.2 Is Nearing Release

Wednesday 6th of April 2016 01:43:43 AM
NetworkManager 1.2 should be released soon and the first release candidate is now available...

LXer: Steam hacker says more vulnerabilities will be found, but not by him

Wednesday 6th of April 2016 01:30:15 AM
The teenager who grabbed headlines earlier this week for hacking a fake game listing on to Valve's Steam store says there are "definitely" more vulnerabilities to be found in the popular game distribution service. But he won't be the one to find them.............

LXer: KDE Plasma 5.6.2 Released with Updated Weather Plasmoid and Calendar Applet

Wednesday 6th of April 2016 12:33:04 AM
KDE today announced the general availability of KDE Plasma 5.6.2, the second maintenance release in the stable KDE Plasma 5.6 series of the acclaimed desktop environment.

LXer: Three-year-old IBM patch for critical Java flaw is broken

Tuesday 5th of April 2016 11:35:53 PM
Attackers can easily bypass the patch to exploit a vulnerability that allows them to escape from the Java security sandbox.

Reddit: Wooing users to Linux

Tuesday 5th of April 2016 11:16:34 PM

Dell's Project Sputnik continues to roll out Linux-powered developer laptops.

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TuxMachines: openSUSE Linux Is Being Ported to IBM z Systems and LinuxONE

Tuesday 5th of April 2016 10:52:24 PM

Berthold Gunreben of SUSE Linux informed the openSUSE community about the upcoming availability of the openSUSE Linux operating system for the IBM z Systems architecture.

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LXer: A Guide To The Pacman Package Manager

Tuesday 5th of April 2016 10:38:42 PM
This guide shows you how to use the pacman command line package manager and is written for users who use an Arch based Linux distribution such as Manjaro

LXer: Is NoSQL Database Storage Ready for the Enterprise? Survey Says Yes

Tuesday 5th of April 2016 09:41:31 PM
A survey from Datas IO shows on-premise or private-cloud distributed databases like MongoDB beating public cloud alternatives as NoSQL database adoption continues.

LinuxToday: GitHub Forum Highlights Public Views on Open Source in U.S. Government

Tuesday 5th of April 2016 09:00:00 PM

 The VAR Guy: Open source software's use in government is the subject of an ongoing debate on GitHub

LXer: Does Microsoft secretly still hate Linux?

Tuesday 5th of April 2016 08:44:20 PM
Also in today's open source roundup: Five Linux distros that break the mold, and Google releases the largest Android security update.

Phoronix: Intel's Unreleased 3.0 X.Org Driver Gets More Fixes For DRI3/Present

Tuesday 5th of April 2016 08:37:43 PM
In addition to the X.Org Server still seeing DRI3 and Present extension fixes, the xf86-video-intel and xf86-video-ati DDX drivers for X.Org have also been seeing more DRI3/Present fixes recently...

Reddit: The Definitive Guide to Linux System Calls

Tuesday 5th of April 2016 08:13:44 PM

LinuxToday: Microsoft's Charm Offensive Against GNU/Linux Uses the Same Media Strategy Donald Trump Uses

Tuesday 5th of April 2016 08:00:00 PM

 techrights: An analysis of last week's Microsoft media frenzy

LXer: How to practically use your Linux terminal (four examples)

Tuesday 5th of April 2016 07:47:09 PM
While modern GNU/Linux distributions don't require any use of the terminal, or any knowledge of the bash to offer 100% of their functionality and usability, it is often the case that doing things from the terminal is preferred for a set of reasons.This post is aimed at the people who just want to perform practically useful tasks right from their terminal without having to learn much about command lines.

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