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New Goodies Coming in LibreOffice 4.2

The next significant release of LibreOffice is coming at the end of January 2014 and some of the new features are already apparent. The bug hunting session went really well and the next TDF Board elections are about to commence. So, let's take a sneak peek at some of the upcoming changes. A new default Writer template has been deployed for LibreOffice 4.2. The new design was based on feedback from discussions to better guide the new user. One will be able to embed images into HTML files and the Spellcheck popup menu will now track changes allowing "previous change, next change, accept change and reject change operations." Select-All will work even when the document begins...

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Development Release: FreeBSD 10.0-RC1

The first release candidate for the upcoming stable release of FreeBSD 10.0 is now ready for download and testing: "The first RC build of the 10.0-RELEASE release cycle is now available on the FTP servers for the amd64, i386, ia64, powerpc, powerpc64 and sparc64 architectures. Changes between -BETA4....

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CyanogenMod Rolls Out Encrypted Text Messaging by Default

As we continue to read new revelations about the extent of the government's spying on citizens, more people are looking into ways to protect their privacy in emails, texts, and phone calls. You could write all your messages with lemon juice on parchment, but given the realities of the modern world,...

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SolydXK Hands On: Two Good Linux Distributions with a Solid Base

Two Linux distributions (Xfce and KDE), based on Debian Testing, with LMDE extras.

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LLVM Clang OpenMP 4 Support Nears Reality

It's taken far longer than most anyone would have estimated, but it looks like things may finally be getting close for the mainlining of OpenMP within the LLVM Clang compiler. The good news is that Intel developers have already been working on OpenMP 4.0 support for Clang...

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