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Mandriva Releases Pulse2 1.4.2 With Additional Features and Improved Stability

Mandriva announces the immediate availability of its most recent release of Pulse2, the leading Open Source I.T. infrastructure management software. With this new release (Pulse2 1.4.2) Mandriva has added specific new features that extend the capabilities of its professional solution as well as an important number of bug fixes. As such, Mandriva Pulse2 1.4.2 may be considered the most stable version of Pulse2. As part of its extended capability, Pulse now offers enhanced inventory features...

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Features Baking For KDE 4.11

The KDE 4.11 Beta is due out anytime now and so with that here's a look at some of the features you can expect from this major KDE4 update...

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Native Port Of Dear Esther Now Available

The native port of Dear Esther, a unique game powered by the Source Engine, is now available to Linux gamers...

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Great Little Radio Player Tunes In Simplicity

The Great Little Radio Player is a perfect example of how great things can come in small packages. This robust Internet radio station streamer does not burden system resources and packs a powerhouse of listening pleasure immediately after installing it. It's so fine-tuned that it needs no configuring to use...

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Perforce Unveils Collaboration and Code Review Tool Swarm

Programmers can use Swarm to hook into their colleagues' code and receive feedback on their own code. It can also be used to display and review sections of code side by side...

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Macs No More: After Edward Snowden, Time to Come to the Penguin

The personal computer is political. The time for liberation has kind of come. So what happens when you load up that new, quasi-user-friendly Linux flavor -- maybe Mint or Ubuntu -- onto some old machine you have lying around? At first, maybe, keep the Internet handy on your shiny Mac, because there might be glitches to look up. But chances are it'll mostly work out of the box, and the rest can be figured out over time. Everything's harder, but in a good way -- like a digital fixie. It's more fun if you do it with a friend.

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