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Upstart 1.0 Released

Upstart 1.0, the event-based replacement for the traditional init daemon, claims to deliver the stability expected by end users...

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Wireshark Updates Close Critical Vulnerabilities

The Wireshark development team has released versions 1.2.15 and 1.4.4 of its open source, cross-platform network protocol analyser, maintenance updates address two highly critical security vulnerabilities...

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Stable Kernel

Greg Kroah-Hartman has announced the release of the stable kernel. "Many thanks again to Maximilian Attems who dug around in a lot of different distro kernels and forwarded to me the original git commit ids that should be applied to this tree. Red Hat didn't make this very easy...

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Google Surprises GDC Attendees with Free Notebooks

Some lucky Game Developer Conference attendees who sat through an hour of Google's presentations walked away with free laptops running Chrome OS.

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Opinion: 20 Linux Misconceptions That Must Die

New Linux users still, after all these years, think it should be a free Windows clone. Well it's not. Matt Hartley presents 20 new user misconceptions that need to die once and for all.

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