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DARPA-Derived Secure Microkernel Goes Open Source

A nippy microkernel mathematically proven to be bug free*, and used to protect drones from hacking, will be released as open source tomorrow.…...

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Debian 8.0 Jessie Is Settling For Linux 3.16

It looks like the next major Debian GNU/Linux release will be shipping with the soon to be released Linux 3.16 kernel...

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Meson: A Next-Gen Build System Showing Promise

Meson is a new, open-source build system under development showing good results over the likes of SCons...

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Kernel Prepatch 3.16-rc7

Linus has released 3.16-rc7. "We obviously *do* have various real fixes in here, but none of them look all that special or worrisome. And rc7 is finally noticeable smaller than previous rc's, so we clearly are calming down. So unlike my early worries, this might well be the last rc,...

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A New Video Has Us Real Excited About The New UT For Linux

Epic Games has posted another video about their upcoming free Unreal Tournament game that is natively supporting Linux...

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Interview with Nathan Willis, GUADEC Keynote Speaker (GNOME News)

LWN editor Nathan Willis is giving a keynote talk at the upcoming GUADEC (GNOME Users and Developers European Conference) and was interviewed by GNOME News. Willis's talk is titled "Should We Teach The Robot To Kill" and will look at free software and the automotive industry. 

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