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Razor-Qt Desktop Still Being Developed, v0.5 Is Near

While there hasn't been a new release since February, like the Trinity KDE 3.5 fork, the Razor-qt desktop environment continues to be actively developed. Razor-qt 0.5.0 will be released soon...

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Day: Taking GNOME 3 to the Next Level

Allan Day previews the upcoming GNOME 3.6 release. "I’m more excited about this release than any since 3.0. The list of major updates is impressive: new message tray, updated Activities Overview, lock screen, integrated input sources, accessibility on by default, new Nautilus. Then there are all the small changes: new...

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Slidewall Uses Your Photos or Images from the Web to Keep Your Linux Wallpaper Fresh

Linux: Slidewall is a free utility for Linux systems that will rotate your desktop background at an interval you set, and choose from a folder full of images or from Wallbase when switching your wallpaper for something new. More »...

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Hipsters Hacking on PostgreSQL

With the rise of NoSQL, it's easy to assume that old-school relational databases are simply living out their dinosaur dreams for legacy applications. But a funny thing happened on the way to the SQL cemetery: PostgreSQL became cool again. Yes,...

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How To Get Your Ph.D. Project Included In The Linux Kernel

The Linux kernel is the world’s largest collaborative development project. Almost 3,000 individual contributors work together to create and maintain an operating system kernel that works on everything from wristwatches and mobile phones to mainframes, along with all the peripherals imaginable for each platform. Linux creator Linus Torvalds sits at the top of a loose hierarchy of kernel maintainers and acts as final arbiter for what does or does not get included. So how does one go about contributing a substantially new technology to the kernel? 

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Codethink Releases Baserock 1.1

Codethink announces version 1.1 (aka Secret Volcano) of its Baserock Embedded Linux software. Baserock is a Linux build system for the development of embedded, industrial or bare-metal, server-based Linux systems.

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