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MIT Boffins: Use Software to Fix Errors Made by Decaying Silicon

Smaller transistors means more noise means more errors means the collapse of everything we know and love about computers, such as their infallible ability to run with perfect stability for years on end … right?…...

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SELinux User-Space Sees A Big Update

The user-space component to the SELinux project saw a major release yesterday. The libselinux, checkpolicy, libsemanage, libsepol, policycoreutils, and sepolgen software was updated to version 2.2...

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Blender 2.69 Gets A Halloween Release

Blender 2.69 is now out as the latest release of the open-source 3D modelling software...

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Slackware 14.1 Just Days Away

Slackware 14.1 has been cooking for a while now and Willy Sudiarto Raharjo says it's just day away now. His exact words today were, "Since RC 3 has been announced, there wasn't much addition or changes happening on -Current, which means that the final release is just a matter of days." Indeed,...

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Cisco to Release an Open-Source H.264 Codec

Cisco has announced the planned release of its H.264 video codec under the BSD license. "We plan to open-source our H.264 codec, and to provide it as a binary module that can be downloaded for free from the Internet. Cisco will not pass on our MPEG LA licensing costs for...

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