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EXT4 Data Corruption Bug Hits Stable Linux Kernels

As a warning for those who are normally quick to upgrade to the latest stable vanilla kernel releases, a serious EXT4 data corruption bug worked its way into the stable Linux 3.4, 3.5, and 3.6 kernel series...

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Microsoft Has No Plans for a Second Windows 7 Service Pack

You don't like it? Hey - had you thought of Windows 8? Exclusive  Waiting for a second Windows 7 Service Pack? Keep waiting – it doesn't sound like Microsoft will be releasing one.…...

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Green Island: A New Qt-Based Wayland Compositor

Less than one day after the official release of Wayland 1.0 there is a new Wayland compositor that emerges. This new compositor for Wayland is dubbed "Green Island" and leverages Qt, QtQuick, and QML for creating a new and unique Linux desktop experience...

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First GNOME 3.6 Update Released

GNOME 3.6.1 brings with it a variety of minor changes, improvements and translation updates. The developers have already started work on version 3.8 and proposed features such as automatic extension updates...

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Mono 3.0 Facilitates Asynchronous Programming

After eighteen months of development, Mono 3.0 represents a new stable release of the open source .NET implementation. It adds a C# 5.0 compiler and a range of Microsoft open source technologies...

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Redis 2.6.0 Released with Lua Scripting Support

Version 2.6 of the key-value store is now available and includes support for Lua scripting and millisecond expiry resolution, as well as other important changes...

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