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New Manjaro Linux Update Brings the Latest AMD Catalyst Drivers, Linux Kernel 4.1.2

On July 13, the Manjaro Linux development team, through Philip Müller, had the great pleasure of announcing the immediate availability of the fourth update for the stable Manjaro Linux 0.8.13 distribution. Manjaro Update 2015-07-13 (stable) is here to bring updates to some of the most important core components and applications,...

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Development of the nOS Linux Distribution Has Stopped

On June 12, the developers of the nOS Linux kernel-based operating system announced that they will no longer be involved in the development process of the rolling-release distribution. The sad announcement was posted on the distribution's website, right on the front page, by Isaac Mercer, the project's leader. According to...

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Ubuntu Touch to Get Enhanced SMS Capabilities with Next Update

The Ubuntu Touch platform is getting some major improvements in the coming months, and it looks like the SMS function is finally getting the attention it deserves. Ubuntu Touch is a stable platform but it's not a complete one, and no one is disputing that. There are a ton of...

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Two Django Vulnerabilities Fixed in Ubuntu OSes

Canonical has published details regarding two vulnerabilities that have been identified and fixed in Ubuntu 15.04 (Vivid Vervet), Ubuntu 14.10, Ubuntu 14.04 LTS, and Ubuntu 12.04 LTS. This is not the first update for the Django packages during this development cycle, but it's not a major problem. Nonetheless, updating the...

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Zorin OS 10 RC Screenshot Tour - A Gorgeous New Design for a Different OS

A new version of Zorin OS has been released over the weekend, and it comes with a ton of new stuff, not to mention an updated desktop design. We now take a closer look at this distro to see what's so special about it. Zorin operating systems have been different...

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A New Crop of Stable Kernels

Greg Kroah-Hartman has announced the release of the 4.1.2, 4.0.8, 3.14.48, and 3.10.84 stable kernels. All contain important fixes and users should upgrade. In addition, this is the second to last 4.0.x release (i.e. there will be a 4.0.9, but that's the last), so users should be making plans to...

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