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Tropico 5 Being Released For Linux Gamers This Week

There's just two days to go until a new, high quality, non-FPS game is being released for Linux...

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Garrett: ACPI, Kernels and Contracts with Firmware

Matthew Garrett writes about the challenges faced by the developers working on ACPI-based ARM systems. "Somebody is going to need to take responsibility for tracking ACPI behaviour and incrementing the exported interface whenever it changes, and we need to know who that's going to be before any of these systems...

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Business as Usual for openSUSE

The openSUSE project has posted a statement on how things will change after Attachmate's merger with Micro Focus. In short, they don't think anything will change. "Business as Usual: There are no changes planned for the SUSE business structure and leadership. There is no need for any action by the...

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Statement on SUSE's Recent Merger Announcement

There are no changes planned for the SUSE business structure and leadership. There is no need for any action by the openSUSE Project as a result of this announcement. 

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23 Years of Terrible Linux Predictions

We recently celebrated the 23rd birthday of Linux. That got me thinking, “That means Linux will be 25 years old in just two years. A quarter of a century. What will happen to Linux between now and then? I should write down my predictions in an article and send it over to those swell chaps at Linux.com.”

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Minix 3.3 Released With Cortex-A8 ARM Support, NetBSD Userland Compatibility

Andrew Tanenbaum and his crew have released a significant update to Minix. The Minix 3.3.0 release comes with x86 and ARM support, is mostly compatible with the NetBSD user-land while its kernel is less than 13k lines of code, and it's BSD-licensed...

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