posted 16 days ago on linux today
 Datamation: In this article, I'll explore some things I miss about using Windows. This isn't to say I miss Windows, because I honestly don't.

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posted 16 days ago on linux today
 Nixcraft: Rolling back to the previous version may solve the problem or free the disk space.

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posted 16 days ago on linux today
 FreedomPenguin: I find it very ironic that one of the most divisive things that ever hit the Linux scene is a Desktop Environment called Unity.

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posted 17 days ago on linux today
 opensource.com: Written in Perl, Plerd can be told to watch a Dropbox-synched directory with the plerdwatcher daemon, which will republish files as it sees changes.

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posted 17 days ago on linux today
 The VAR Guy: Splice combines traditional relational data storage with NoSQL, Spark and Hadoop techniques.

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posted 17 days ago on linux today
 HowToForge: Mailpile is an open source mail client that focuses on encryption and users privacy.

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posted 17 days ago on linux today
 ZDnet: Reports of a massive Linux kernel zero-day were somewhat overstated.

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posted 17 days ago on linux today
This release contains a number of small refinements, one major feature, and a change to Crates.io.

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posted 17 days ago on linux today
Linux Foundation: We understand that governance issues are important, and that there will be differences of opinion when such changes occur.

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posted 17 days ago on linux today
ITwire: The Linux Foundation has given its clearest indication yet that it caters to corporates rather than the community, by making it impossible for community representatives to be elected to its board.

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posted 17 days ago on linux today
LinuxJournal: In December 2015, Mozilla announced that its ambitious new operating system would not be appearing on any new phones, but the project may still live on as a platform for smart TVs and IoT devices.

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posted 17 days ago on linux today
Phoronix: GNOME 3.19.4 was released over the night as the latest development snapshot leading up to the March release of GNOME 3.20.

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posted 17 days ago on linux today
 tecmint: fpaste, is a web-based pastebin and a command line tool used for debugging errors or simply looking for feedback on some text.

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posted 17 days ago on linux today
 xmodulo: There are cases where you want to temporarily back up file permissions alone (not files themselves).

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posted 17 days ago on linux today
 softpedia: It looks like Google's Trademark Enforcement Team asked the developers of the Chromixium project to cease use of the name "Chromixium"

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posted 17 days ago on linux today
Kali switched to a rolling release model back when we hit version 2.0 (codename “sana”), however the rolling release was only available via an upgrade from 2.0 to kali-rolling for a select brave group.

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posted 17 days ago on linux today
Lifehacker: The new year is a good time to feature one of our favorite desktop creators

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posted 18 days ago on linux today
 DarkDuck: When it comes to gaming then Windows leads Linux somewhere.

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posted 18 days ago on linux today
 HowToForge: This tutorial will guide you trough the Graylog2, Elasticsearch and MongoDB installation to build a scalable log server node with advanced log search capabilities.

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posted 18 days ago on linux today
EnterpriseAppsToday: Open source database vendor MariaDB ramps up executive suite for 2016.

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posted 18 days ago on linux today
 The VAR Guy: Google set to make another tech contribution to the Apache Software Foundation

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posted 18 days ago on linux today
opensource.com: Laura Hilliger explains how community calls can enhance participation in open organizations

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posted 18 days ago on linux today
eWEEK: Solomon Hykes, Docker founder, explains how Unikernel and the concept of purpose-built microkernels will improve the future of computing.

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