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Debian 6.0 to Get Long-Term Support

The Debian project has announced that the security support period for the 6.0 ("squeeze") release has been extended by nearly two years; it now runs out in February 2016. At the end, squeeze will have received a full five years of security support. "squeeze-lts is only going to support i386...

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Distribution Release: Edubuntu 14.04

Edubuntu 14.04, the latest version of an official Ubuntu variant designed primarily for educational and non-profit environments, has been released.

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Tor Network’s Ranks of Relay Servers Cut Because of Heartbleed Bug

Over a week after the revelation of a fatal flaw in the most recent versions of the OpenSSL cryptographic library—the encryption at the heart of much of the Internet’s security—a large number of systems associated with the Tor anonymizing network remain unpatched and vulnerable to attack. To protect the security of the network, the Tor Project flagged relay servers still susceptible to the Heartbleed bug for rejection,...

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Distribution Release: Ubuntu Kylin 14.04

Ubuntu Kylin is an official flavour of Ubuntu developed specially for users in China and, unlike other official variants, generously promoted on the Ubuntu website. What's new in version 14.04?

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Distribution Release: Lubuntu 14.04

Mario Behling has announced the release of Lubuntu 14.04, a lightweight variant of Ubuntu that provides the minimalist LXDE desktop and a selection of light applications.

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What's The Real Value Of Learning More Than One Programming Language?

Let's say you're new to programming, or maybe you've honed your skills at one language. What languages should you learn? And is it even worth the time and effort to become a multilingual coder?

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