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LXer: The Entroware 'Proteus' Gaming Laptop, Reviewed For Linux

Wednesday 11th of March 2015 11:17:54 AM
Entroware is a UK-based startup aiming their sights at the Linux market, and we have been sent the “Proteus” gaming laptop to give our thoughts on.

LXer: Meet the 10 Ubuntu 15.04 Vivid Vervet Community Wallpaper

Wednesday 11th of March 2015 09:23:32 AM
Ubuntu 15.04 Vivid Vervet Community Wallpaper available to download. Every new release of Ubuntu are also have new wallpaper by default. The default wallpaper are chosen through a contest in which any user can participate by sending its own wallpaper but it should be according to the various guidelines required by the developer of the Canonical Design team

Slashdot: Demand For Linux Skills Rising This Year

Wednesday 11th of March 2015 08:00:06 AM

Slashdot: Linux 4.0 Getting No-Reboot Patching

Wednesday 11th of March 2015 12:00:16 AM

Linux.com: SUSE Explains Why the Future of Enterprise Storage is Open Source

Monday 9th of March 2015 05:48:51 PM

SUSE's announcement last month of its new enterprise storage solution based on the open source Ceph project is perfectly timed for the storage market's growth.

LXer: Don't forget one of Linux's best features: How to use multiple workspaces

Monday 9th of March 2015 05:31:37 PM
Windows users have long been jealous of workspaces—also called virtual desktops or multiple desktops—on Linux. But many Linux desktops have hidden this feature by default in recent years. Soon, Windows users will have multiple desktop workspaces enabled by default—and many Linux users won’t. That’s crazy! Virtual desktops have long been one of the standout features of the Linux desktop, and it shouldn’t be lost. Here’s how you can get started with workspaces on Ubuntu’s Unity or another desktop environment today.

Reddit: Fourth iteration of kdbus implementation

Monday 9th of March 2015 05:09:54 PM

Slashdot: Linux and Multiple Internet Uplinks: a New Tool

Monday 9th of March 2015 04:00:04 PM

Phoronix: New Debian TC Members Appointed For Going Past The Systemd Fallout

Monday 9th of March 2015 01:44:57 PM
Last year following Debian's decision to choose systemd as its init manager and then the init coupling vote, there ended up being three resignations from Debian's Technical Committee: Colin Watson, Ian Jackson, and Russ Allbery. Those vacant seats have now been appointed by the existing TC members...

LXer: Connect globally, educate openly: Open Education Week 2015

Monday 9th of March 2015 01:42:53 PM
Open Education Week (OEW) is an annual, global event and will take place this year from March 9-13, 2015. The event aims to raise awareness and celebrate achievements of the global Open Education Movement.Open education encompasses resources, tools, and practices that employ a framework of open sharing to improve educational access and effectiveness worldwide. Participation in all events during OEW, and use of all resources, is free and open to everyone.read more

Phoronix: Debian 8.0 Jessie Might Be Released In April

Monday 9th of March 2015 01:29:45 PM
It seems at the earliest is a possible release of Debian 8.0 "Jessie" in April...

Slashdot: NVIDIA Fixes Old Compiz Bug

Monday 9th of March 2015 02:00:09 AM

Reddit: I'm a total Linux noob, but I have some questions

Sunday 8th of March 2015 03:44:33 PM

Hey guys. I am a new person in the Linux world. I've installed it before, but always removed it short after only because I couldn't keep up with the demands and some simple stuff. Now, I did things always - installed stuff, etc; but my question is why is it so hard? I can handle the Terminal and stuff like that, but why can't Linux have an Installer app which will handle unpacking or stuff like that like Mac OS X.

Thanks. Please don't downvote this, and explain things kindly haha! :)

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TuxMachines: ​NCC Group to audit OpenSSL for security holes

Sunday 8th of March 2015 03:20:20 PM

OpenSSL, arguably the world's most important Web security library with its support for Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) and Transport Layer Security (TLS) in such popular Web servers as Apache and Nginx, has had real trouble. First, there was HeartBleed and more recently there is FREAK. It's been one serious security problem after another. Now, the NCC Group, a well-regarded security company, will be auditing OpenSSL's code to catch errors before they appear in the wild.

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Slashdot: Xfce 4.12 Released

Sunday 8th of March 2015 12:00:11 PM

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Jessie Release Date: 2015-04-25

We now have a target release date of Saturday the 25th of April. We have checked with core teams, and this seems to be acceptable for everyone. This means we are able to begin the final preparations for a release of Debian 8 - "Jessie". The intention is only to lift the date if something really critical pops up that is not possible to handle as an errata, or if we end up technically unable to release that weekend. Please keep in mind that we intend to have a quiet period from Saturday the 18th of April. Bug fixes must be *in Jessie* before then. Read more

Radeon Linux Benchmarks: Catalyst 15.3 Beta vs. Linux 4.0 + Mesa 10.6-devel

Before ending out March, here's some new OpenGL Linux benchmarks comparing the closed-source Catalyst 15.3 Beta driver against the Linux 4.0 development kernel with Mesa 10.6 Git for the freshest open-source graphics driver code. Read more

5 questions to determine if open source is a good fit for a software project

A benefit of open source in general, and commercial open source in particular, is that you have the support of others as well as the ability to do the maintenance yourself. I hope these questions will help you determine whether open source is a good fit for your next software project. Let me know if there are other questions you would add to this list. Read more