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Live From SUSECon: Getting Hired and Indoor Skydiving

What do you miss when you don't go to tech conferences? Indoor skydiving is what. Oh and tech stuff.

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Fedora 20 Beta Is Finally Out & With Great Features

While it's been challenged by delays, Fedora 20 "Heisenbug" Beta was released today. Fedora 20 hopes to ship officially next month and this is one of the last chances to test out this next Fedora Linux release to make a meaningful difference in tracking down any lingering bugs...

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Development Release: Fedora 20 Beta

The delayed beta release of Fedora 20 is out and ready for testing: "The Fedora Project is excited to announce the beta release of Fedora 20, code-named 'Heisenbug'. A community-produced, free, Linux-based operating system, Fedora 20 features some of the latest and best of what the open source....

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Linux 3.0, 3.4, 3.10, 3.12 AMD Kernel Benchmarks

How does the Linux kernel performance compare if simply bouncing between some of the recent long-term kernel releases? Well, to try to answer that question on Phoronix today we have benchmarks of the Linux 3.0.101, 3.4.68, 3.10.18, and 3.12.0 kernel releases tested from an AMD Opteron system with Radeon graphics.

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Crowd-Funding Is Back For Another Mesa Extension

After running a successful crowd-funding campaign, Timothy Arceri delivered on his word of implementing KHR_debug support for Mesa. The OpenGL 4.3 extension that came as a result of crowd-funding was successfully merged in Mesa and can be found with the forthcoming 10.0 release. Now the developer is back looking to...

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DOSBox – Runs Old MS-DOS Games/Programs in Linux

Ever wanted to play old DOS games or use old compilers like Turbo C or MASM to run assembly language code? If you have and were wondering how, then DOSBox is the way to go. What is DOSBox? It is an open source software that emulates a computer running MS-DOS.

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