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More Changes Afoot at KDE

It's been a real hub of activity over there at the KDE camp this week. First, they announced the release of KDE 4.11.1 bug fix and stabilization update on September 3. Then, on September 4 Howard Chan blogged about the new refined KDE release structure. And, as if that wasn't enough excitement for one week, Carl Symons announced the release of Plasma Active 4 today. 

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GNOME On Wayland Is Good For GNOME 3.10

In recent days and weeks there have been many Phoronix news stories about Wayland support improvements going into different GNOME components like the GNOME Shell and GTK+ tool-kit. The GNOME 3.10 official release is due later this month and overall the support for running GNOME Shell on Wayland appears in...

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Red Hat's JBoss Developer Studio 7.0 Serves Up Cool Tools

Red Hat has now  released version 7 of its Jboss Developer Studio, which offers developers a lot of cool tools.  It includes support for multiple programming models and frameworks, including Java Enterprise Edition 6, RichFaces, JavaServer Faces (JSF), Enterprise JavaBeans (EJB), Java Persistence API (JPA), and Hibernate, JAX-RS with RESTEasy, Contexts Dependency Injection (CDI), HTML5, and a number of other popular technologies. A blog post from the Jboss Developer team emphasizes enhanced features that will help developers quickly get started developing Java applications, and takes note of Browsersim, a mobile browsing simulator that allows developers to test web...

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11 Myths About GNU/Linux Desktop Operating System

Linux is a best distribution for Server, Administration and Geeks. But when it comes to Desktop Computing, Linux is still far behind. Why? well when I asked the same question to myself I come to knew that there are a large number of prevalent myths about Linux. There I was...

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EXT4 Gains Aggressive Extent Caching, Improved Recovery

Ted Ts'o has filed his EXT4 file-system changes for the Linux 3.12 kernel, which includes two new features and various other fixes/refinements for this widely-used and stable Linux file-system...

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KVM Gets Two New Features In Linux 3.12

The KVM pull request was accepted on Wednesday for the Linux 3.12 kernel. This KVM pull has two major new features...

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