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NetUSB Vulnerability Leaves Millions of Connected Devices Open to Attack

Security researchers have published proof-of-concept code for a major router vulnerability leveraging a popular Linux kernel driver that could be used by hackers to compromise millions of connected devices.

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Canonical Partnership with Cloudbase Provides Windows Hyper-V Support for OpenStack

Canonical Partnership with Cloudbase Provides Windows Hyper-V Support for OpenStack

Canonical has just announced a new partnership with Cloudbase Solutions, a company that develops Windows components in OpenStack, which will allow customers to run KVM and Hyper-V environments side by side in the same cloud. Canonical has been making a lot of headway into the cloud business, and it'...

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Is Red Hat Ready for the Internet of Things?

A recent Red Hat  survey  on mobile trends revealed that 70 percent of organizations plan to embrace the Internet of Things in the next 5 years. So  where is Red Hat on the IoT stage?

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Google May Reveal Internet of Things OS at Event Next Week

Google May Reveal Internet of Things OS at Event Next Week

Google may be the next big company to take on the internet of things, giving it an entry into the world of connected everyday objects. According to The Information, Google has developed software that can run on low-power devices and give them the ability to communicate with other connected devi...

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Cinnamon 2.6.3 Arrives in Unstable Official Repository for Linux Mint

Cinnamon 2.6.3 Arrives in Unstable Official Repository for Linux Mint

Cinnamon developers have just released a new version of the desktop environment today, 2.6.3. The packages are now available for testing in Linux Mint 17.1 and Linux Mint Debian 2, via the Romeo unstable repository. You might wonder why a stable release of the software is available in the unstable.....

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Linux Mint Debian to Reach End of Life in January 2016

Linux Mint Debian to Reach End of Life in January 2016

The first edition of Linux Mint Debian will reach EOL status (end of life) in January, 2016, and users have been advised to upgrade their systems as soon as possible. Linux Mint Debian is just another member of the Linux Mint family, but it's based on Debian (as the name...

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The Five Best Linux-Powered Mini Computers

The Five Best Linux-Powered Mini Computers

There are times when we need the power of the traditional desktop Linux. It's easy to buy Chrome OS or Android powered devices but one may struggle to get devices which come with distros like Ubuntu or Fedora pre-installed. And that's where these mini-desktops enter the picture.

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Intel Skylake Adds ASTC Texture Compression, Open-Source Support Coming

S3TC remains the most common form of texture compression relied upon by video game developers and others, but it remains a legal mess for open-source graphics drivers. ETC2 texture compression isn't faced by legal issues but was only mandated by OpenGL ES 3.0 / OpenGL 4.3, which makes it less...

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10 Linux Dream Jobs - What's Yours?

What’s your Linux dream job? The Linux Foundation recently asked our Twitter followers to share their ideal Linux careers. Here are 10 of our favorite responses, along with a few resources for learning more about each dream Linux career path.

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How - and Why - to Speak at Linux Foundation Events

How - and Why - to Speak at Linux Foundation Events

The open source community lives and grows through collaboration. That collaboration is driven online but we’ve witnessed first hand how much can be done and quickened by face-to-face meetings. 

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