posted 13 days ago on linux today
 GamingOnLinux: Former Valve engineer Rich Geldreich has written up a blog post about the state of Linux Gaming.

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 nextstep4IT: By using SSH command, You can run a command on remote server without login to server shell.

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posted 13 days ago on linux today
 blackmoreops: How many of you failed to connect to WiFi network in Linux?

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LinuxPlanet: While Linux runs on a myriad of different hardware platforms, one of the most exciting for hobbyists and makers alike in recent years has been the Raspberry Pi.

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posted 14 days ago on linux today
eWEEK VIDEO: OpenStack Foundation's leadership explains what is coming for the open-source cloud platform in 2015.

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posted 14 days ago on linux today
 GamingOnLinux: Insurgency is a tactical FPS built with Valve's Source engine, and it originally stated it would come to Linux, but now their plans aren't so clear thanks to Valve.

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InfoWorld: If nothing else, Red Hat has been extremely busy over the past year.

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Linux.com: In olden times we had static runlevels.

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posted 14 days ago on linux today
Like the Model A, the Model A+ uses the BCM2835 application processor and has 256MB RAM

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Phoronix: If your packaged Fedora application is to be included in Fedora 22's "Software Center", it almost certainly is going to need to be supplying AppData.

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 softpedia: They don't have any glamour, but they will be easily remembered.

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InternetNews.com: Firefox was the offspring of the Mozilla Suite, which included email, calendar and browser functions.

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 Linuxtechi:  We can say VirtualBox is very powerful and cross-platform virtualization software.

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Linus Torvalds: Hey, things are finally calming down.

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posted 14 days ago on linux today
 UbuntuPortal: As official ubuntu flavor that uses the lightweight LXDE (Lightweight X11 Desktop Environment) window manager has been released with new features and bug fixes.

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Linux.com: Seigo explains, "Kolab is a complete end-to-end groupware system. It includes a server which provides email, contacts, calendaring, file storage, task lists, notes, resource allocation, LDAP authentication and management, and much more.

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ITwire: The ruckus over the adoption of systemd as the default init system for Debian appears to have claimed a victim, with veteran developer Joey Hess announcing that he is leaving the project.

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LinuxUser&Developer: Jon Masters informs us of the kernel’s role in the latest Shellshock security vulnerability, and summarises the work in the kernel community towards a final 3.17 release

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posted 15 days ago on linux today
 tuxarena: The games for Linux on Steam have been enriched today with the launch of three more titles

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posted 15 days ago on linux today
eWEEK VIDEO: Alan Clark, chairman of the board at the OpenStack Foundation, explains how the technical definition of what is considered the core of OpenStack is now evolving.

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posted 15 days ago on linux today
 GamingOnLinux: We don't have many decent MMO games, so is it worth a shot?

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posted 15 days ago on linux today
 Nixcraft: What to look for when choosing backup software for an enterprise

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 tecmint: In this article, we'll explain how to record the Linux desktop's video & audio using the 'Avconv' program on Debian/Ubuntu/Linux Mint distributions. avconv is a very fast video and audio converter that can also grab from a live audio/video source.

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posted 16 days ago on linux today
 ITwire: Linux Australia, the umbrella group for Linux user groups in the country, has imposed a censorship regime on its mailing list, with regulations that run to nearly 1000 words to govern them.

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posted 16 days ago on linux today
 softpedia: Intel users should see a major improvement with their hardware after a group of developers from LunarG found out that there was a bottleneck in the DRM driver.

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