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After 21 Alphas, Samba 4.0 Finally Enters Beta

After being in development for nearly a decade, Samba 4.0 is finally in beta...

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That Exciting Game Is Coming To Linux

Last month I wrote about Linux Gamers Are Going Crazy For This New Game that was possibly coming to Linux, but today it's been officially confirmed by the developers that it will indeed be ported...

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KDE 4.9 Enters Beta Testing

The first beta of version 4.9.0 of the KDE Software Compilation is now available with enhancements for the Plasma Workspaces and applications. The developers have also announced a new testing initiative to find and fix bugs...

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Snapshotting Backup Tool Obnam 1.0 Released

After many years of development, Obnam, "a snapshotting, de-duplicating, encrypting backup program", has been released as a version 1.0 by its developer...

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Significant Improvements Coming in Linux 3.5

The next version of the Linux kernel, expected to be released in late July, includes uprobes and improvements to HDMI audio support in the Radeon driver among several other new graphics drivers; RAID 5 support for Btrfs is not included...

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Critical Vulnerability Derails Ruby on Rails

The H reports on a newly-discovered SQL injection vulnerability in Ruby on Rails, affecting the 3.0.x, 3.1.x, and 3.2.x versions. "The vulnerability exists in versions 3.0 and later of Active Record, Rail's database layer, and is exposed when using nested query parameters. Code that directly passes parameters to a where...

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