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MATE 1.10 is out, here are its new features

Sunday 14th of June 2015 03:27:35 AM

MATE 1.10 has been released, we have a run down of what's new in the release and what to look out for.

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Get bug squashing, Mozilla increases bounty payments: Linux Wrap

Friday 12th of June 2015 06:51:50 PM

Mozilla introduce a new payment scheme for their security bounty hunting program. Also the Atom text editor now supports large files.

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Mesosphere Datacenter OS available on AWS, coming to Azure soon

Wednesday 10th of June 2015 03:25:11 PM

Mesosphere have begun offering their Datacenter OS in two tiers, Free and Enterprise. You can try it out on Amazon's AWS right now.

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How to install Linux on a Windows PC with UEFI secure boot

Wednesday 10th of June 2015 02:59:35 PM

This article will help you in installing Linux alongside Windows on a UEFI Secure Boot system.

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How to use SSHFS to mount remote Linux partitions in Linux and Windows

Wednesday 10th of June 2015 01:40:45 PM

With SSHFS you can mount the remote partition on the local machine and work on files as if you are working locally.

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Red Hat launches Software Collections 2

Tuesday 9th of June 2015 01:04:04 PM

Red Hat Software Collections 2 launches to give RHEL software a new breath of life.

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Ubuntu powered BQ Aquaris E5 HD hit the market

Tuesday 9th of June 2015 01:02:16 PM

The BQ Aquaris E5 has gone online for pre-order as a successor to the E4.5, the device will only be available in Europe with a €190.90 price tag.

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Apple open sources Swift, will be available for Linux

Tuesday 9th of June 2015 01:26:04 AM

Swift will become open source later this year... and arrive on Linux!

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How to setup Red5 streaming media server

Saturday 6th of June 2015 02:42:05 AM

Red5 is a multiplatform streaming flash media server based in java.

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GNU Social: a decentralized answer to Twitter

Saturday 6th of June 2015 02:25:30 AM

In this post I look at the social network, GNU Social. It is a decentralised alternative to Twitter.

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Krita 3.0 will be faster than Photoshop and Linux 4.1 will be an LTS kernel: Linux Wrap

Saturday 6th of June 2015 02:05:46 AM

Krita has gone way past it's crowdfunding goals and Linux 4.1 will be the next LTS kernel.

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How to convert users to Linux

Thursday 4th of June 2015 02:47:38 PM

I have converted many users, including my wife, to Linux in the past 10 years and and I am still going strong. If you do it right, Linux will do a better job for your users than Mac OS X or Windows … if you do it right.

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How to secure your Linux server

Wednesday 3rd of June 2015 06:17:45 PM

This articles tries to cover some useful tips and tricks to help you keep your server and users protected.

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Cinnamon 2.6 is ready, will be released with Linux Mint 17.2: Linux Wrap

Wednesday 3rd of June 2015 03:04:31 PM

Cinnamon 2.6 has been released and will come shipped with Linux Mint 17.2 later this month.

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