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Distribution Release: NetSecL OS 5.0

Yuriy Stanchev has announced the release of NetSecL 5.0, an openSUSE-based, security-oriented distribution with Xfce as the default desktop environment: "It has been a while, but we like to present NetSecL 5.0 which comes with Xfce and is based on openSUSE 12.3. We bring a new installation media....

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Coreboot Lands Hardware Support Improvements

Google is keeping to their open-source promise and preparing for an onslaught of Chrome OS devices with many changes the past few days being pushed into the Coreboot open-source firmware project widely used by Chromebooks. Besides the Google "Slippy" Chromebook being added this weekend was "Falco", "Peppy", and other new...

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Fedora 20 GNOME Bug Could Reveal Your Password

There's a peculiar new bug affecting the soon-to-be-released Fedora 20 that could reveal a user's password when switching between users with the GNOME desktop...

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Systemd's Networkd Now Supports Bridging

The latest feature of systemd is its networkd component now supporting network bridging...

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Linux CPU Statistics Explored

Running top can give you a good high level overview of the overall health of your server at the time you are looking at it. One of the most useful statistics presented is the %Cpu line, which is split into eight sections, each representing a possible state of a task using CPU resources. 

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