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QEMU 2.0 Is Piling On Many Features For Early April Debut

Version 2.0 of the widely-used QEMU emulator that's commonly used with open-source Linux virtualization setups will soon be released. In just over one month is the planned release of the very exciting QEMU 2.0...

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Weston Work Still Ongoing For A Fullscreen Shell Protocol

For a while now there's been work happening to come up with a fullscreen shell protocol for Wayland's Weston to address some interesting use-cases. With this protocol, clients run entirely full-screen as the only client exposed to the user...

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Debian Mempo Still Aiming For Better Security

The Mempo Project is still aiming to provide the "most secure and yet comfortable out-of-the-box Desktop and Server" operating system powered by Debian...

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A Memory Comparison of Light Linux Desktops - Part 3

Linux kernel manages all RAM memory in your computer. Unused memory goes into a special buffering pool, where the kernel caches all recently used data. If a process attempts to read a file and the kernel already has the file cached, reading it is as fast as reading RAM.

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KDE and Google Summer of Code 2014

KDE is happy to announce that it has been accepted as a mentoring organization for Google Summer of Code 2014. 

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