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Distribution Release: gNewSense 3.1

Sam Geeraerts has announced the release of gNewSense 3.1, a minor update of the project's Debian-based Linux distribution built strictly from free software as defined by Richard Stallman's Free Software Foundation: "Hi, I'm pleased to announce the release of gNewSense 3.1. This is a minor update to the....

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Lightworks Video Editor Pulls Plenty of Weight

Lightworks is a professional-grade nonlinear video editor now available for Linux. It is a cross-platform editor from a well-known player in the media market, so this first-time Linux release could be a big thing. Lightworks version 11.5 for Linux was released late last month. It took the company nearly three...

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Another Init System: Sinit - The Suckless Init System

While in-fighting continues within the Debian camp over what should be the default init system in Debian, a developer has shown off his own tiny "sinit" init system project...

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I-Nex – An Advanced Tool to Collect System/Hardware Information in Linux

It’s very daunting task to extract complete hardware information available on your system. I came across of this tool and found to be the best to get system information like CPU-Z in windows. We TecMint team would like to thank you I-Nex team for wonderful tool wherein we can collect...

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Call to All Open Source Communities: Emphasize Inclusion

As a woman in open source, I have found that the values of community, open development, and flat organizational structure appeal equally to both men and women. The ability of local organizers to freely define what type of culture they are building allows them to adapt in order to appeal...

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