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Coreboot Lands Hardware Support Improvements

Google is keeping to their open-source promise and preparing for an onslaught of Chrome OS devices with many changes the past few days being pushed into the Coreboot open-source firmware project widely used by Chromebooks. Besides the Google "Slippy" Chromebook being added this weekend was "Falco", "Peppy", and other new...

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Fedora 20 GNOME Bug Could Reveal Your Password

There's a peculiar new bug affecting the soon-to-be-released Fedora 20 that could reveal a user's password when switching between users with the GNOME desktop...

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Systemd's Networkd Now Supports Bridging

The latest feature of systemd is its networkd component now supporting network bridging...

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Linux CPU Statistics Explored

Running top can give you a good high level overview of the overall health of your server at the time you are looking at it. One of the most useful statistics presented is the %Cpu line, which is split into eight sections, each representing a possible state of a task using CPU resources. 

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Linux the Easy Way - Watching 100 Videos

The Linux Foundation launched the 100 Linux Video Tutorials campaign last January and today an update was posted. According to Jennifer Cloer nearly 100 videos have been submitted but she said, " We need your help to reach 100 Linux video tutorials in January." The collection boasts 83 submissions so far. The stated goal of the campaign was to "remove barriers to learning Linux and transfer expertise around the globe." Everyone was invited to share their knowledge and expertise in the form of a tutorial video. The 83...

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