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KDE Task Manager Gets a Lot of Attention for 4.11

KDE SC 4.11 is due for final release in little over two weeks with several interesting and exciting new features. However, according to Eike Hein, the task manager has received its share of work lately too. Hein says lots of bugs have been squashed and the codebase has been cleaned up, but the end-user may not notice it. Hein said one of the reasons for rewriting the task manager was so it could keep up with the rest of KDE as it moves towards "the QML era" or Plasma 2. That's when he said that visual and operational changes were "kept to a minimum," instead focusing on "a regression-free port, but a leaner and meaner codebase along with QML's...

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Duke Nukem 3D: Megaton Edition Now In Linux Beta

The Linux beta of the Duke Nukem 3D: Megaton Edition game is now available via Steam...

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Join the Team at JaiRo, High Powered Routers on Linux

Sabai Technology is not your typical tech company. A networking solutions company created in 2010, Sabai is located on Main Street in Simpsonville, SC in an old cabinet shop. Founder and CEO William Haynes first started modifying routers as a missionary in Thailand, helping his fellow expats discover the power of open...

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Oz Improves Linux, Windows Guest Installation

Oz 0.11 has been released, which is an open-source program for carrying out automated installations of guest operating systems with only limited input from end-users...

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News: Why Linux is Super (Computing)

Linux in HPC, Ubuntu Edge and Linux 3.9 EO...

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