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RabbitMQ 3.0 Plugs Into STOMP and MQTT

The messaging platform can now talk the "Internet of Things" protocol MQTT and the text-oriented STOMP protocol. The new version also brings policy-driven mirroring and federation...

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Words of Gratitude for the Bounty That Is FOSS

It's a general matter of course in any given year that as Thanksgiving draws ever closer, more than a few Linux bloggers begin to wax sentimental about their favorite operating system, often recounting all the many reasons they're thankful it exists. It is the start of the season of thankfulness,...

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Valve Adds Three More Game Titles To Linux, Invites More Testers

Game developer and distributor Valve has ramped up Steam for Linux by adding three more game titles. Steam for Linux was originally released with 24 titles and now the count stands at 27. You can see all the games supported in Linux platform in this page.

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Future Gnome Releases May Include Application Sandboxing

With computers and applications becoming more and more smarter everyday, one is coming more close to security breeches and loopholes. Security issues today are more complex and harder to detect than they were five years ago. 

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Gentoo Developers Start udev Fork

The developers of the eudev fork of udev plan to support the separate mounting of /usr/, which isn't possible with udev; udev inventor Greg Kroah-Hartman has criticised the approach...

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Final GNOME 3.6 Update Improves Stability

The second point update to the 3.6 series of GNOME, version 3.6.2, has been released with various changes including GNOME Shell tweaks and fixes for crashing bugs, as well as translation updates...

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