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X.Org: "2013 Will Be The Year Of Mobile Wayland"

The 2013 State of X.Org Report has been issued by Bart Massey on the behalf of the X.Org Foundation. There isn't too much new information out of this brief report, but they may be doing less X.Org "katamari" releases or abandon this process all together. The annual report also expresses...

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Linux Kernel Patched To Support Chromebook Pixel

Just hours after the launch of the high-resolution touchscreen laptop - the Chromebook Pixel, Benson Leung from Google is busy patching the Linux kernel to support Pixel's hardware.

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Talk Of Improving Qt's Multi-Threading Abilities

Sparked yesterday was a discussion among Qt developers about improving the tool-kit's multi-threading API...

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In Search of Linux's Greatest Moment

There's no denying that Linux has had a lot of great moments since the turn of the millennium, and Linux Girl has done her best to highlight each and every one of them -- at least over the past six or so of those years. Recently, however, the question was...

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Git Tips and Tricks

You only need a basic command of Git to make the source code management utility incredibly useful. But Git offers a range of commands and options that can make your workflow run even more smoothly. Here are a few Git tips and tricks to make this tool even greater than you already thought it was. 

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Linux 3.8: Hello 2013, Goodbye 386 Chips

After a few days' delay, Linux creator Linus Torvalds on Monday released version 3.8 of the Linux kernel, the first new update to arrive in 2013. Here's a brief look at some of the highlights.

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