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Canonical Criticizes Linux Mint’s Security, Called ‘A Vulnerable System’

Oliver Grawert points out that it is not necessary that security updates from Ubuntu get down to Linux Mint users.The post Canonical criticizes Linux Mint’s security, called ‘a vulnerable system’ appeared first on Muktware.

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Google Drive for Linux? Patience, Patience...

A Linux version of the cloud-connected file system apparently is still on Google's to-do list, but not a high enough priority for some people's preferences. [Read more]    ...

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What You Won't Find In The Linux 3.13 Kernel

While there's many exciting features to Linux 3.13, there's still some features that you won't find in this next major Linux kernel update...

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Training College Students to Contribute to the Linux Kernel

Following my recent post on the initiatives now in place to rebalance the demographics of the Linux Kernel community, I would like to share a set of specific training activities to get beginners, specifically college students, involved in the kernel. These were created by an enthusiastic group at Red Hat, including...

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A Week With Korora 19.1 KDE

I made a joke recently on social media — not a good joke, I’ll be the first to admit — that I had used Korora way back when it had two A’s at the end. In an indirect way, Korora — minus the second A of the past, but inheriting the long-vowel line over the last A — crossed the proverbial radar again recently and, as it would happen, it got another one-week test drive from yours truly, this time in the driver’s seat of Korora 19.1 KDE “Bruce.” In a word, “Wow.”

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Lightworks Linux Build Now Offers DVD, YouTube Export Options

The updated version also offers AC3 audio decode support (cross platform) which no longer requires a separate audio filter. The post Lightworks Linux Build now offers DVD, YouTube export options appeared first on Muktware.

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