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Your Visual How-to Guide for SELinux Policy Enforcement

We are celebrating the SELinux 10th year anversary this year. Hard to believe it. SELinux was first introduced in Fedora Core 3 and later in Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6. For those who have never used SELinux, or would like an explanation... read more...

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Stable Kernel Updates

Greg KH has released the 3.11.8, 3.10.19, and 3.4.69 stable kernel updates, each of which contains the usual set of important fixes.

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CyanogenMod Installer Now Available on Google Play Store

Want to update your Android smartphone or tablet, but your vendor or carrier won't give you a fresh release? Cyanogen can help.

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Google Reinvents the Applet with Portable Native Client

Google looks to take C and C++ across the web with its Portable Native Client.

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Valve Linux Client Sees Some More Improvements

Besides the recent Steam update beginning to land SteamOS changes, the one year and one week old Steam Linux client saw some more improvements this week...

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Live From SUSECon: SUSE Focused on Cloud

Sorry if you're sick of hearing "cloud" all the time, because it's here to stay, and SUSE is clouding full speed ahead with new technologies.

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