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Why Linux HDCP Isn't the End of the World

Recently, Sean Paul from Google's ChromeOS team, submitted a patch series to enable HDCP support for the Intel display driver. HDCP - or High-...
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How IoT Is Steadily Transforming the Mobile App Development Sphere

In recent times, the mobile app development sphere has been flooded with different sort of innovations and groundbreaking discoveries. As the...
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Writing in English for an international audience takes work; here are some handy tips to remember.

5 Tips to Improve Technical Writing for an International Audience

Writing in English for an international audience does not necessarily put native English speakers in a better position. On the contrary, they tend to...
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How to Set Up Private DNS Servers with BIND on Ubuntu 16.04

BIND (Berkeley Internet Name Domain) is the most used DNS software over the Internet. The BIND package is available for all Linux distributions,...
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Installation Guide for Collectd and Collectd-Web to Monitor Server Resources in Linux

Collectd, a Unix daemon that collects statistics related to system performance and also provides means for storing the values in different formats...
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Running Chromium with Ozone-GBM on a GNU/Linux Desktop System

Ozone is Chromium’s next-gen platform abstraction layer for graphics and input.  When developing either Ozone itself or an application that uses...
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ipcpipeline: Splitting a GStreamer Pipeline into Multiple Processes

By George Kiagiadakis, Senior Software Engineer at Collabora. Earlier this year I worked on a certain GStreamer plugin that is called “ipcpipeline”....
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Moving API Security Testing into Dev/QA

Discussing API security and why we should care is a little bit like talking about eating our vegetables. We all know that eating our vegetables is...
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Tracing Memory Leaks in the NFC Digital Protocol Stack

By Thierry Escande, Senior Software Engineer at Collabora. Kmemleak (Kernel Memory Leak Detector) allows you to track possible memory leaks inside...
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Performance Analysis in Linux (Continued): When Performance Really Matters

By Gabriel Krisman Bertazi, Software Engineer at Collabora. This blog post is based on the talk I gave at the Open Source Summit North America 2017...
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