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Wayland's Chrome "Ozone" Port Advances

One month ago marked the first release of a Wayland-based Chromium web-browser. Intel developers ported the "Ozone" windowing/UI abstraction layer to Wayland some months ago but they are continuing to refine it and adding in new features. A few new features were recently added to improve Google's software on Wayland...

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Installing Linux Mint 16 on a UEFI System with Ubuntu

My attempt at installing Mint 16 on a UEFI system with Ubuntu has had some - at best - mixed results.

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Scientist-Developed Malware Covertly Jumps Air Gaps Using Inaudible Sound

Computer scientists have developed malware that uses inaudible audio signals to communicate, a capability that allows the malware to covertly transmit keystrokes and other sensitive data even when infected machines have no network connection.

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Symantec Researchers Warn of New Linux Worm

For many of us who run Linux, one of the attractions to doing so is being relatively free of security threats and malware. Every once in a while, though, a notable threat does target Linux, and Symantec researchers have issued an advisory warning of a new worm that targets not only Linux-based computers but many kinds of devices that include Linux, including some routers and set-top boxes. 

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CentOS 6.5, Oracle Linux 6.5 RHEL Clones Get Released

Less than two weeks after the release of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.5, the CentOS and Oracle developers are out with their 6.5-based enterprise Linux updates...

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