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How to Hack Your Own Linux System

Passwords are the sole criteria of system Security for most of the System. And when it comes to Linux, if you know the root password you owns the machine. Passwords are as a Security measure for BIOS, Login, Disk, Application, etc. Linux is considered to be the most Secure Operating...

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The Best Features Of The Linux 3.10 Kernel

The Linux 3.10 kernel is slowly getting ready for release in the coming weeks. If you haven't been closely following Phoronix in the past few months of Linux 3.10 feature development, here's a brief overview of some of the best and most interesting features to be found in the next...

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LLVM / Clang 3.3 Is Running Late, But It's Good

For those that didn't realize, the LLVM/Clang 3.3 release is running a bit behind schedule, but the wait should be worth it with this hefty upgrade...

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Wine 1.6-rc1 Release Marks The Code Freeze

The first release candidate for Wine 1.6 was announced today, which marks the beginning of the code freeze for the next release. Squeezing in before the code freeze is GLSL support for fixed-function vertex shaders and other changes...

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New Stable Kernels

A new batch of stable kernel releases is available. Greg Kroah-Hartman has released 3.0.81, 3.4.48, and 3.9.5, each containing important fixes. Meanwhile, Luis Henriques has released 3.5.7.14 and Kamal Mostafa has released 3.8.13.2, both from Canonical's extended stable tree.

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The Trouble with UEFI Boot, and a Helping Hand from a BIOS Firmware Update

Sometimes a firmware update can be the answer to a tricky problem — but alas, not always.

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