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Beating the Bushes for the Best Linux Browsers

Browsers have been a hot topic lately here in the Linux blogosphere, not just because of all the woes plaguing Tor in recent weeks, but also because of the increasingly worried mumbling about Firefox's future. It's been difficult to discern where a FOSS fan should turn for his or her...

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F2FS Gains New Features With Linux 3.17

The Samsung supported Flash-Friendly File-System (F2FS) will sport some new functionality with the Linux 3.17 kernel release...

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How to Achieve Better Security With Proper Management of Open Source

With the use of open source your teams can gain speed and agility, but it’s often more difficult to ascertain the code’s true origin and assure that it is secure. Bill Ledingham CTO at Black Duck Software has tips to ensure your products remain secure. 

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x86 Will See KVM Improvements In Linux 3.17

For Linux 3.16 the KVM improvements were mostly about POWER, S390, and MIPS architectures while for Linux 3.17 the table has turned to focus upon x86 improvements to the Kernel-based Virtual Machine...

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Valencia Schools Save Almost $50 Million with a Linux OS Based on Ubuntu

Representatives from the Valencia Linux School district have announced that they have managed to save €36 million ($48.3 million) by using a Linux distribution instead of proprietary software.

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Someone is Trolling the Linux Kernel Mailing Lists Really Hard

It’s A Bird… It’s A Plane… It’s Superman or it's a newbie kernel developer, it’s a troll, it’s NSA… Someone named Nicholas Krause is all over the Linux kernel mailing lists. 

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