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Imagination is releasing a free version of its #Linux-ready #MIPS MicroAptiv CPU to universities called “MIPSfpga,” which will offer fully transparent RTL.
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#Canonical has decided to develop its own graphical server, called #Mir, because they wanted to have full control over #Ubuntu Touch’s display server, this representing a big piece in achieving the long awaited convergence. On the other hand, Red Hat also wanted to bring something new on the market and developed Wayland, yet another display server.  #Linux
Canonical has decided to develop its own graphical server, called Mir, because they wanted to have full control over Ubuntu Touch's display server, this representing a big piece in achieving the long awaited convergence. On the other hand, Red Hat also wanted to bring something new on the market ...
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Why do I get all itchy when I hear "<company name> wants to have full control over <stuff that matters to me>"?
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Debian, one of the most widely used #Linux distributions, has been updated with the release of #Debian 8 'Jessie', which now uses #systemd to initialise the system and ships with updated versions of the #Gnome desktop and numerous other enhancements.
Latest release of the Debian distribution ships after two years of development
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They droped many things because of the new structure (sysDemon), including Debian-Hurd and others :-(
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I guess they just think it's cool to "leave their footprint", like being innovative and creative. As the ideas and concepts are all there since a long while, all there is left to do is implement these (which is indeed a complex task on its own), but leaves little space to "being remembered". Hence these orage, brasero and alike...
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#Plasma 5, the next generation of KDE's desktop has been rewritten to make it smoother to use while retaining the familiar setup. The second set of updates to Plasma 5 are now stable enough for everyday use and is the default in this version of Kubuntu. #Kubuntu comes with KDE Applications 14.12 containing all your favourite apps from KDE. This is the 14.12.2 update with bug fixes and translation updates. Several applications have been ported to #KDE Frameworks 5 but those which aren't should fit in seamlessly. Non-KDE applications include #LibreOffice 4.4 and #Firefox 37.  #Linux

http://www.linuxscreenshots.org/?release=Kubuntu%2015.04
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+Rewarp sudo make install big thumbs up from me. 
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This article provides links to beginners guides to Linux, dual boot guides, guides for creating #Linux USB drives, running Linux in a virtual machine, Linux installation guides, Linux customisation and application guides, Linux gaming guides, #Raspberry PI guides, #Chromebook guides and more.
This is a listing of 76 Linux user guides from installation, dual booting and virtualisation to customisation and the Raspberry PI
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so have i.  my ubuntu experience is limited though.  i started with mandriva which evolved into mageia which i have on all my household computers and laptops.  it's my system of choice.
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Come November, some “pundit” will declare that next year is the year of #Linux on the #desktop. This November, expect a twist on that prediction, as 2016 could just perhaps conceivably be the year of virtual Linux desktops now that #Citrix has taken kit capable of delivering it into Beta.
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So pity those who didn’t take the advice and had to wait in what was the historically longest line in #LinuxFest Northwest history — out the door and around the building — on Saturday morning awaiting their badges. Conversely, the length of the time to wait was minimal, thanks to quick work by the LFNW staff. #Linux
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About 4 weeks ago I pur­chased an #Android media cen­tre to con­vert my LCD TV into a Smart TV. Boy, was I surprised.  #Linux
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Perfect. Thanks!!
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It's the fourth month of an odd-numbered year. You know what that means, right? You got it, the .04 release of a non-Long Term Support (LTS) #Ubuntu. This time around, it's 15.04--Vivid Vervet. Unlike the last release, 14.10, this particular iteration of #Canonical's platform is mired in a bit of controversy. In particular, I'm talking about the switch to #systemd. #Linux
Ubuntu 15.04 has arrived, but not without a bit of controversy. Jack Wallen highlights what you can expect from the latest iteration from Canonical by way of drama and improvements.
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They did not start with A, and they can have different names with the same initials. But, back to the topic, the inclusion of sysDemon is a sad consequence of Debiloidean decision to use it. Besides that, Ubuntu claims to be much better suited for clowd, with this new version.
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Craig Young: #UPnP is one of the many features I would turn off.  Not only have popular UPnP libraries been shown to have numerous critical security failings, but also at its core Universal Plug and Play is a technology for gaining convenience at the expense of security.  Personally I think the idea of letting unauthenticated software or devices poke holes in the perimeter firewall is ludicrous.
Broadband routers are increasingly under attack. Techworld talks to Tripwire researcher Craig Young, a man who urgently wants home and SME users to take this issue more seriously.
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Completely agree. Even you turn off that utility the question is if it is really turned off.
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As #Linux version 4.0 was released on 15 April, one of the most discussed new features to be included in this release is "no reboot" #kernel #patching. With the major distros committing to support the 4.0 kernel and its features (including "no reboot" patching) at some point this year, it's a good time to take a look at what this feature actually does and what difference it will make for you.
As Linux version 4.0 was released on 15 April, one of the most discussed new features to be included in this release is "no reboot" kernel patching.
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