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Just 12 More Years to Go: Enlightenment 18 Begins

E17, "the only software which has taken longer to develop than Duke Nukem Forever," was released little over a month ago, but today brought clues and news that the reign of E18 has begun.

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Linux Foundation's Secure Boot bootloader restructured

James Bottomley has substantially restructured the mini bootloader, the development of which has been sponsored by the Linux Foundation, to allow any Linux version to be launched on PCs with UEFI Secure Boot...

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Dancing E startup aimed at knowledge sharing for all

What do 16th century Incas, 18th century shipyards and 21st century professionals have in common? Phil Verghis describes an issue that has plagued civilizations and industries throughout history: inadequate access to lessons already learned. We all understand the importance of sharing knowledge, so why is it difficult for us to...

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The Uncertain Age of Steam on Linux

The new Steam native Linux gaming platform has been in eager Linux hands since December 2012-- is this the beginning of a surge in native Linux gaming?

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Hacking: The New National Pastime?

What a difference a day makes -- or, in this particular case, eight months or so. Less than a year ago, retailer Barnes & Noble yanked an issue of Linux Format magazine from its U.S. shelves because of a cover story on the topic of "hacking." "A complaint was made,"...

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