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KDE Frameworks 5 Alpha Two Is Out

Today KDE released the second alpha of Frameworks 5, part of a series of releases leading up to the final version planned for June 2014. 

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When Friends Tell Friends to Use Linux

It's a natural human tendency to want to share a good thing with the people you care about, and Linux is certainly no exception. It can be downright painful, in fact, for FOSS fans to sit by and watch their friends and loved ones suffer in the clutches of other...

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Distribution Release: Wifislax 4.8

Version 4.8 of Wifislax has been released. Wifislax is Slackware-based live CD with an extensive collection of tools designed to perform various wireless connection analyses and related security tests. Like Wifislax 4.7, this latest release is also built from packages found in Slackware Linux 14.1, but several of....

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Second Debian init System Vote Concludes

The second vote by the Debian technical committee addressed init system coupling. Bdale Garbee has announced the results of that vote. "With all 8 votes cast, this CFV on the init system coupling issue has ended in a tie between options "L" and "N". Given my vote on this issue,...

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Students Can Help Improve LLVM & Clang, Make The Kernel Build

Besides GCC looking towards new features and improvements this year via Google's Summer of Code, the LLVM project also has a growing list of hopeful projects for student developers...

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Kernel Prepatch 3.14-rc5

The 3.14-rc5 kernel prepatch is out right on schedule. Linus says: "Not a lot. Which is just how I like it. Go verify that it all works for you."...

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