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First Jessie Based Debian Edu Alpha Released

The first alpha release of Debian Edu (also known as Skolelinux) is available for testing. "Would you like to give your school's computer a longer life? Are you tired of sneaker administration, running from computer to computer reinstalling the operating system? Would you like to administrate all the computers in...

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GtkInspector Now Supports Dealing With Multiple Back-Ends For GTK

Matthias Clasen did some weekend hacking to allow GtkInspector to work across different display connections, e.g. debugging a GTK application running in Wayland while GtkInspector is running under X11 or the HTML5 Broadway back-end...

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Will We Ever Be Able to Run OS X Apps in Linux With Darling?

I never saw Darling as being as in-demand as Wine since most people seem to need Windows apps far more than those from OS X.

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Openage: Making Age of Empires II Open-Source

Like Xoreos, GemRB, and OpenMW that seek to remake popular proprietary games/engines as open-source, Openage is another such project and it's seeking to free the once popular Age of Empires II game...

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Distribution Release: LinHES 8.2

Cecil Watson has announced the release of LinHES 8.2, the latest stable version of the project's specialist Arch-based distribution designed for set-top boxes and home entertainment computers.

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