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CentOS Project Leader Karanbir Singh Opens Up on Red Hat Deal

For the first time, developers will work on CentOS professionally and that's created a “paradigm shift” for the project and its contributors, said Karanbir Singh, CentOS project leader and one of four CentOS developers going to work for Red Hat as part of a deal announced last week.

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Linux Video of the Week: Matthew Garrett Argues for Better Security in 2014

In his keynote talk at LinuxConf Australia this week, Linux kernel developer Matthew Garrett argues that the software industry can help improve security at every level of the stack – and that it's possible to do so without sacrificing user freedom.

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Amahi's Open Source Home Server Software Goes Mobile

Following a recent trend in network attached storage (NAS), Amahi, the open source home server software based on Linux, has added remote network access using its new mobile app for iOS and a forthcoming Android app.

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The Most Popular Linux Stories of 2013 on Linux.com

The rise of the low-cost, single-board computer, a la Raspberry Pi, as well as the continued growth of Google's Linux-based Android mobile operating system are evident in this year's 10 most popular stories on Linux.com. 

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A Summer Spent on the Linux Kernel Virtual File System

Calvin Owens was one of 15 Google Summer of Code interns with The Linux Foundation, where he worked with Yongqiang Yang on efficient sparse file handling in the page cache of the Linux kernel Virtual File System (VFS). He developed a “sparse page deduplication” method to avoid backing sparse regions of files with physical pages full of zeros.

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