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Windows 10, From a Linux User's Perspective

Tuesday 25th of August 2015 11:58:03 AM

Largest DebConf Ever Will Hit Heidelberg In Mid-August

Friday 21st of August 2015 06:58:03 PM

Lennart Poettering Announces the First Systemd Conference

Friday 21st of August 2015 04:58:03 PM

Purism Offers Free (as in Freedom) Laptops (Video)

Friday 21st of August 2015 12:58:03 PM

Samsung Finds, Fixes Bug In Linux Trim Code

Wednesday 19th of August 2015 11:58:03 PM

On Linux, $550 Radeon R9 Fury Competes With $200~350 NVIDIA GPUs

Wednesday 19th of August 2015 07:58:03 PM

Debian Drops SPARC Platform Support

Wednesday 19th of August 2015 09:58:03 AM

Gmail Spam Filter Changes Bite Linus Torvalds

Tuesday 18th of August 2015 06:58:03 PM

LibreOffice Ported To Run On Wayland

Tuesday 18th of August 2015 10:58:03 AM

Red Star Linux Adds Secret Watermarks To Files

Monday 17th of August 2015 12:58:03 PM

NSA Releases Open Source Security Tool For Linux

Tuesday 11th of August 2015 10:58:02 PM

ARM Support Comes To SUSE Linux Enterprise Server

Monday 10th of August 2015 10:58:02 PM

What the GNOME Desktop Gets Right and KDE Gets Wrong

Sunday 9th of August 2015 06:58:02 PM

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The Linux Test Project has been released for September 2015

Good news everyone, the Linux Test Project test suite stable release for *September 2015* has been released. Since the last release 272 patches by 27 authors were merged. Notable changes are: * Network namespace testcases were rewritten from scratch * New user namespaces testcases * New testcases for various virtual network interfaces * New umount2() testcases (for UMOUNT_NOFOLLOW, MNT_EXPIRE and MNT_DETACH flags) * New open() testcase (for O_PATH flag) * New getrandom() testcases * New inotify, cpuset, futex_wake() and recvmsg() regression tests + The usual number of fixes and enhancements Read more

Smart touchscreen dev kit runs Android on quad-core i.MX6

Gateworks announced a 7-inch touchscreen Android development kit, with a quad-core i.MX6 SoC, GbE, WiFi, BT, GPS, USB, serial I/O, and dual mini-PCIe slots. The Gateworks “GW11036″ Embedded Android Development Kit is aimed at easing the process of developing smart touchscreen-interfaced systems for use in a wide range of applications, including those requiring extended temperature operation. The kit builds on the company’s GW5224 single board computer, adding a 7-inch, 1024 x 600-pixel TFT display, capacitive touchscreen, wireless modules, and a customized, microSD-bootable, Android KitKat operating system. Read more

13 Ways You Can Help Desktop Linux To Grow

This is the condition when there are over 300 Linux distributions with a number of them being desktop focused. Linux was (and still) considered to be the “geek only” zone with the biggest misconception that one need to know the command line to use Linux. Times have changed. Linux is a lot more user-friendly than what it used to be in late 90’s or early 2000. The chances for Linux to gain market share is now and you definitely could help in this cause. Read more

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