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Solus Enables OpenGL 4.5 for Intel Broadwell, MATE Edition Coming Along Nicely

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It's been a great week for users of the unique and independent Solus operating system, and while you're waiting impatiently for the Solus 1.2.1 release, we'd like to tell you a little bit about what landed in Solus during the past week.

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CentOS Linux Vagrant Boxes Gets September's Updates and XFS File System Support

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CentOS maintainer Karanbir Singh announced the availability of updated Vagrant Box images for the CentOS Linux 7 and CentOS Linux 6 operating systems for the month of September 2016.

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Open source ResinOS adds Docker to ARM/Linux boards

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Resin.io has spun off the Yocto-based OS behind its Resin.io IoT framework as a ResinOS 2.0 distro for running Docker containers on Linux IoT devices.

Resin.io, the company behind the Linux/Javascript-based Resin.io IoT framework for deploying applications as Docker containers, began spinning off the Linux OS behind the framework as an open source project over a year ago. The open source ResinOS is now publicly available on its own in a stable 2.0.0-beta.1 version, letting other developers create their own Docker-based IoT networks. ResinOS can run on 20 different mostly ARM-based embedded Linux platforms including the Raspberry Pi, BeagleBone, and Odroid-C1, enabling secure rollouts of updated applications over a heterogeneous network.

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Secure Desktops with Qubes: Compartmentalization

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This is the third article in my series about Qubes. In the first two articles, I gave an overview about what Qubes is and described how to install it. One of the defining security features of Qubes is how it lets you compartmentalize your different desktop activities into separate VMs. The idea behind security by compartmentalization is that if one of your VMs is compromised, the damage is limited to just that VM.

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elementary OS 0.4: Review and interview with the founder

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Last month the elementary team released elementary OS “Loki” 0.4.

Needless to say, I wasted no time downloading and installing that bad boy on one of my machines. Even though I tend to use openSUSE on most of my desktops and laptops, I’ve had a soft spot for elementary since its very first release. It’s always been a high-quality, polished system—and the team behind it clearly care a great deal about the user experience.

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Solus Devs Finalize Full-Disk Encryption for the OS, Coming Soon in Solus 1.2.1

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We bet that, by now, all of you know Solus is a rolling release operating system, right? But even rolling OSes get new, updated ISO images (installation mediums) from time to time for those who want to install the distro for the first time, or reinstall, right?

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Solus Gets Linux Kernel 4.8.1, LibreOffice 5.2.2, and Radeon Vulkan Driver

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Just a few minutes ago, renowned Solus developer Joshua Strobl was proud to announce the 37th installation of This Week in Solus (TWiS) newsletter with the latest news about what happened in the Solus world during this week.

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Solus Is Getting Optimus Support, AMD Hybrid Configuration Support Coming Soon

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If you have a computer with an AMD hybrid configuration with Intel HD integrated graphics, and you're running the newest GNU/Linux distributions, chances are the AMD Radeon GPU is not properly supported.

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Q4OS 1.6.3 Adds Initial UEFI Support to Both ISOs, Based on Debian GNU/Linux 8.6

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Softpedia was informed today, October 4, 2016, by the Q4OS team about the release and immediate availability of the third maintenance update to the stable Q4OS 1.6 "Orion" operating system series.

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NixOS 16.09 "Flounder" Operating System Adds PXE Netboot Support, systemd 231

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A new stable version of the unique and independent NixOS Linux-based operating system has been announced on the last day of September 2016 with multiple new features and technologies, as well as up-to-date components.

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