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In An Era Of Clang, Portable C Compiler Isn't Beloved

It's going on two years since the release of PCC 1.0, but there hasn't been any follow-on Portable C Compiler release nor is there much public-facing development activity happening...

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Pitt: umockdev: Record and Mock Hardware for Debugging and Testing

Martin Pitt introduces umockdev, a device simulation library. "The umockdev-run program builds a sandbox using libumockdev, can load *.umockdev and *.ioctl files into it, and run a program in that sandbox. I. e. it is a CLI interface to libumockdev...

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eScholar's Mike Gargano: Nothing Can Stop Open Source

eScholar's only business is helping state and local education agencies get the best bang for their buck from collecting and using educational data to drive better school performance results. That sometimes involves helping its customers work with data gleaned from a variety of commercial and open source enterprise databases. 

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HelenOS Micro-Kernel OS Still Marching On

While not one of the most well known multi-server micro-kernel operating systems compared to GNU Hurd and others, HelenOS continues to move forward as a general purpose BSD-licensed operating system that dances to its own beat...

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Linux Foundation's Secure Boot Bootloader Now Available

A lean version of the Linux Foundation's mini bootloader for starting Linux on PCs with Secure Boot has now become available. The developers are contemplating whether to merge it with the Shim mini bootloader.

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