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SSL Certificates and "The Most Dangerous Code in the World"

Researchers found that a number of programs use ineffective encryption when trying to securely transmit data. They say that the most common culprit is badly designed libraries...

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Red Hat Developers Porting OpenJDK to ARM64

For ARM's new ARMv8 64-bit architecture, Red Hat developers are creating a completely open version of the OpenJDK and the HotSpot JVM in what is believed to be the first full and open port of HotSpot since OpenJDK was freed five years ago...

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A Proposal To Fix The Full-Screen Linux Window Mess

Ryan Gordon, the well-known Linux game porter and developer of SDL and other open-source projects, along with Sam Lantinga, another key SDL developer and recent hire for Valve's Linux team, have proposed a window manager change to work out the full-screen X11 window mess...

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Distribution Release: Proxmox 2.2 "Virtual Environment"

Martin Maurer has announced the release of Proxmox 2.2 "Virtual Environment" edition, an open-source virtualization platform for running virtual appliances and virtual machines, based on Debian GNU/Linux: "Hi all. We just released Proxmox VE 2.2, including countless improvements and a lot of exiting new features, like live snapshots....

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Five New RPG Games for Linux

If you love RPG (role-playing games) and you think there's no future for these games on Linux, this post is for you. I’ll show you five new RPG games developed from scratch that run on Penguin: Questverse, Hale, Dawn, Flare and Arakion. 

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