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 opensource.com: Red Hatter Anderson Silva shares how young people interested in technology can use a $35 Raspberry Pi to get started contributing to open source.

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LinuxInsider: Simplicity Linux delivers just what its name suggests: It is a simpler way to run a fully powered Linux desktop on any computer you touch.

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 Datamation: Canonical Software faces high risks if it goes ahead with a public offering.

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 opensource.com: For many people, technology assists and augments our lives, making certain tasks easier, communicating across long distances possible, and giving us the opportunity to be more informed about the world around us.

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 techrights: LG and Sony (of Rockstar Consortium) follow Samsung and Dell in Microsoft's campaign to turn Android into 'Microsoft Android' using patents-induced pressure/leverage

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NetworkWorld: Some great Linux terminal tips and tricks, each one as pointless as it is awesome.

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 FOSSforce: Many of the changes in Fedora 22 come in the Cloud and Server versions, though one change stands out across the board.

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 softpedia: The Ubuntu Community Council has made a rather troublesome discovery regarding the accounting of $143,000 in donations.

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 HowToForge: Mysql Incremental Backup is a complete incremental backup script for MyISAM and InnodB databases using the MySQL binary log so that the backup process does not affect running databases.

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eWEEK: Providing security in OpenStack is not as easy as simply deploying a firewall and enabling antivirus. Many additional controls need to be deployed.

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 ITworld: Richard Stallman has never been...er...shy about sharing his opinions, particularly when it comes to software that doesn't adhere to his vision.

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SUSE's latest release of SUSE Cloud comes ready to run on both public and private cloud

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 ZDnet: Mark Shuttleworth thinks the only way private clouds can compete in the long run with public clouds is with by offering similar pricing.

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 UbuntuGeek: RADIUS, which stands for Remote Authentication Dial In User Service, is a network protocol -- a system that defines rules and conventions for communication between network devices -- for remote user authentication and accounting

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LinuxPlanet: Fedora 21 was a difficult release for Red Hat's community Linux distribution

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 softpedia: With over 150 bug fixes and improvements onboard, Qt 4.8.7 is here

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HowToForge: SSHFS is a handy tool to share files securely.

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Enterprisersproject: Taking smart risks is essential in IT today. Charlene Begley on why CIOs must protect their teams.

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Datamation: I love my Android phone.

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FOSSforce: When the folks at Mint released a new LTS Xfce version (Qiana) in June of last year, followed by another LTS (Rebecca) in January, we didn't much care.

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 ItRunsOnLinux: The GNOME Project released version 3.17.2 of Disks, better known as GNOME Disk Utility

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 LinuxGizmos: An $89 peer-to-peer "Brease" private file server on Kickstarter features four USB 3.0 ports, a GbE port, 256-bit AES, mobile support, and media streaming.

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