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Government of Argentina Launches Linux Distribution

The news has been full of headlines of happenings at this year's LinuxCon, but one tiny little headline stands out today as different. Although it hasn't made it into English speaking press yet, it seems the Argentine government has sponsored the development of a Linux distribution to be used on all state provided education computers. 

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VLC Media Player Adds Support For H.264 / HEVC

The VLC project has merged support for x265 to provide support for HEVC/H.265 in the popular open-source cross-platform media player...

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Valve Chief: All Gaming Roads Lead to Linux

The future of the gaming industry is Linux, Valve CEO and founder Gabe Newell told the crowd during his keynote address at LinuxCon on Monday. Newell also hinted at a Valve announcement next week that will bring Linux into the living room -- perhaps a hardware extension for its Steam...

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Linux Development By the Numbers: Big and Getting Bigger

The open-source operating system project is steadily growing through any number of measurements: programmers, updates, and changes per hour. [Read more]    ...

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Intel Finally Releases Updated GPU Tools

It's been a while since Intel last updated their open-source GPU Tools package, but they have now put out the intel-gpu-tools 1.4 release along with a commitment to push out new releases on a quarterly basis...

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Linux 3.12-rc1 Kernel Released With Glorious Features

While at the first day of LinuxCon in New Orlenans, Linus Torvalds went ahead and released the Linux 3.12-rc1 kernel as the first major development release for this major forthcoming open-source kernel update...

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