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The Linux Desktop Beauty Pageant, Round Eleventy

Well the Fourth of July may have come and gone for another year here in the Land of Stars and Stripes, but for Linux fans, every day is Independence Day. Freedom from the dictates of a few giant software behemoths is what we celebrate each and every time we use...

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New Unified VMA Offset Manager, Render Node Patches

David Herrmann has a GSoC project for working on DRM render and mode-set nodes and so far he has been making great progress. On Sunday he posted his second revision of his unified VMA offset manager patch-set and DRM render node work...

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Sphirewall: Another Open-Source Linux Firewall

Sphirewall 0.9.9.5 has been released this weekend. Sphirewall is an open-source Linux firewall/router with advanced management capabilities, analytics, and other advanced features...

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'Final Fantasy VII' Launches on Steam

One of the biggest role playing games of all time is now available through Steam. Square Enix has just launched Final Fantasy VII on the service, almost a year after re-releasing the Windows version on its own site. The Steam version appears to be identical to that edition, which means...

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Intel Rapid Start Being Toyed With For Linux

UEFI Linux specialist Matthew Garrett is currently exploring the options for supporting Intel's Rapid Start Technology under Linux...

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