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Softpedia: Epiphany 3.10.3 is mostly a minor bugfix release that repairs some critical warnings
eWEEK: New guidance aims to enable developers and cloud implementers to build secure deployments, but don't expect any secret tips on how to avoid government snooping.
Phoronix: While NetworkManager already has great integration with the GNOME and KDE desktops and there are command-line interfaces to this open-source network management program, there's now a new curses-based interface.
Linux.com: One of the additions to Fedora 20 is the inclusion of Apache Hadoop packages, which will let users easily get up and running with Hadoop right out of the box.
CMSobserver: The Joomla community announced Joomla Framework 1.0 making a major step forward for the Joomla project.
Linus Torvalds: So I delayed this a couple of days to get back to my normal Sunday release schedule, but I'm not entirely happy with the result
ITworld: MintBox2 looks like a sweet little Linux computer.
Gluster: Cloud computing is a way for the technology "empire" to strike back at smaller end users and developers, taking away the rights and freedoms we won via the establishment of Open Source ecosystems.
InternetNews.com: RHEL7, Google cookies and more..
ReadWrite: In this fast-changing open source world, how should enterprises decide where to invest?
ZDNet: I have installed all four versions (Cinnamon, MATE, KDE and Xfce) of Linux Mint 16 on different hardware, here are a few notes and comments about it.
Xmodulo: If you want to try out Google's Chrome OS powered Chromebook without purchasing Chromebook hardware, you can actually test-run Chromium OS as a virtual machine (VM).
LinuxBSDos.com: The point of a port knock tool is to make TCP servers respond to TCP SYN request only after a pre-defined sequence of packets have been sent and received.
Linux User & Developer: Red Hat Enterprise Linux for the masses, the Community Enterprise Operating System has been upgraded with some of the newest features from RHEL.
Phoronix: A game studio has shared publicly that Activison is preventing a new game from actively being made for "that platform", a.k.a. Linux.
OpenSource.com: Our solution? Open Source Comes to Campus In a Box.
Tecmint: This Article aims at throwing light on frequently used command-chaining operators, with short descriptions and corresponding examples.
ZDNet: Making things right when something goes wrong, and a summary of what I have seen and done in this series.
Business Korea: HP Korea is reported to have drastically reduced sales personnel for its Unix server business in line with the reorganization of its server unit.
eWEEK: A new beta milestone of Firefox will fully support TLS 1.2 and a host of other new capabilities that could make the open-source Web browser safer.