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Ubuntu 14.10 Users Get a New Kernel Update

A few Linux kernel vulnerabilities have been found in Ubuntu 14.10 (Utopic Unicorn) operating system and they have been corrected. The Linux kernel for Ubuntu 14.10 (Utopic Unicorn) has been upgraded and a few issues have been fixed by the devs. This is regular update work and it's unlikely that...

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Top 5 Open Source Project Management Tools in 2015

Last year, I covered five of the best open source project management tools, like ProjectLibre and OpenProject. The article struck a chord with readers and continues to prove valuable. So, this year I revisited the tools mentioned in last year's article, taking into account comments and suggestions from readers, and...

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Deepin Linux: A Polished Distro That's Easy to Install and Use

Deepin is an extremely polished, robust and easy-to-use distribution targeted at traditional Windows or Mac users. So what makes this OS so special? Almost everything.

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Why Contributing to the Linux Kernel is Easier Than You Think

In this guest blog, software developer and new Linux kernel contributor Konrad Zapalowicz explains that contributing to the Linux kernel is easier, and less time consuming, than you might think.

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Mysteries of NUMA Memory Management Revealed

The memory subsystem is one of the most critical components of modern server systems–it supplies critical run-time data and instructions to applications and to the operating system. Red Hat Enterprise Linux provides a number of tools for managing memory.

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Why Linux Isn't Winning Over Mac Users

Resistance to Linux among Mac users is considerable, but some Linux applications get the job done.

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