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Christian Fredrik Kalager Schaller
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Richard Hughes is working on building the infrastructure we need for the UEFI firmware updates under Linux, it is an interesting read and an area where we would love some help and input from the wider community
Inside a windows driver package you'll probably see a few .dll 's, a .inf file and a .cat file. If you've ever been curious in Windows you'll have double clicked it and it would show some technical information about the driver and some information about who signed the file.
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Tried installing +SteamOS yesterday using their UEFI zip image. I have to say that the installation felt maybe a little more uncooked than what I would have expected from something called a Beta. Spent about 3-4 hours on it and I still don't have a working install. First weird thing that happened was that I had to mount my USB drive as a /dev/cdrom during installation (solution found on a SteamOS forum). Once that was done installation seemed to sort of complete, but in the end when I reboot I just get a black screen. If I try to reboot into safe mode I do get a console prompt and looking at the installation I have to say it looks broken, the sources.list file for instance points to the install DVD and I can't for the life of me get an X Session started.

Will try again at the next release, hopefully they will get these things cleaned up as we are rapidly are heading towards the November launch.
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So we just got the second Fedora Workstation release out the door, and I am quite happy with it, we had quite a few last minute hardware issues pop up, but due to the hard work of the team we where able to get them fixed in time for todays release. Every release we do is of course the result of ...
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I saw this recently when I added a second user to my system, and tried to "fast user switch" between them.
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So I came across this very positive review of Fedora Workstation on linux.com, although it was billed as a review of GNOME 3.16. Which is of course correct, in the sense that the desktop we are going to ship on Fedora Workstation 22 is GNOME 3.16. But I wanted to take the opportunity to ...
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So this will be the first in a series of blogs talking about some major initiatives we are doing for Fedora Workstation. Today I want to present and talk about a thing we call Pinos. So what is Pinos? One of the original goals of Pinos was to provide the same level of advanced hardware handling ...
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Here’s a video showing what I’ve been working on together with some help from a couple Cockpit folks. It’s a Cockpit dashboard for Kubernetes.
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Can't help but feel the current debate about the rape scene in the last Game of Thrones episode tend to be rather silly. Comments like 'rape is not entertainment' or 'rape is not a plot device' comes of as moral outrage out of context. Because if you are going to be outraged by that then I can't help but feel you should also be outraged by killing, torture, child murder, incest, violence, starvation, slavery, castration and so on being used as entertainment and plot devices. It is a show featuring people doing a lot of horrendous things, cherry picking one specific horrific act to be upset a about feels ridiculously compartmentalized.

That said if you are among those who feel that rape is bad, but that stabbing infants to death is good; well then I say that maybe you have bigger mental issues than cable TV content to worry about.
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Sex is always something human beings more strongly respond to, including violence connected to it - we are just highwired that way. In my book all such violence is just horrid and inhuman. That's why I don't watch GoT - I don't buy it's 'mature' claims, it's just weak coverleaf to justify gore/snuff fest
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Seems Google Plus search is aware of Khronos from Greek mythology, because if you search for the term in Google plus you get a ton of results from people writing messages about Christianity and Islam. Not so sure the Google search algorithm is on the ball here, as I sincerely doubt that people searching for Khronos does so due to being in the market for a new god to believe in.
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In the other news Eris has many followers.
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Everyone and everything in that photo is perfect (even the t-shirt, for connaisseurs)! Well done.
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