posted 18 days ago on linux today
 ITworld: Ubuntu has confirmed that it's working on a combination phone and desktop PC.

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posted 18 days ago on linux today
 xmodulo: There are many commercial VPN gateways available, which come with their own proprietary VPN client software.

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posted 18 days ago on linux today
 blackmoreops: In this post I will show three effective solutions for Google Analytics Referral spam.

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posted 18 days ago on linux today
Phoronix: While we didn't expect any big gains for the Linux gaming market-share over the past month, it does come as a surprise there's a significant drop.

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posted 19 days ago on linux today
Nixcraft: How can I block IE on a squid proxy server version 3.x?

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posted 19 days ago on linux today
Kali: Pixiewps is a tool used for offline brute forcing of WPS pins, while exploiting the low or non-existing entropy of some wireless access points also known as the pixie dust attack

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posted 19 days ago on linux today
The VAR Guy: Why did Linux, the Unix-like operating system kernel started by Linus Torvalds in 1991 that became central to the open source world, succeed where so many similar projects, including GNU HURD and the BSDs, fail?

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posted 19 days ago on linux today
 softpedia: Fedora devs decided that Mono 4.0 is a good addition to the distribution, as it will allow users to run cross-platform applications written in Microsoft's .NET framework 4.5

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posted 19 days ago on linux today
 xmodulo: Network bridge is a hardware equipment used to interconnect two or more Layer-2 network segments, so that network devices on different segments can talk to each other.

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posted 19 days ago on linux today
 FOSSforce: After a 25 year gestation, Hurd has finally been born

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posted 19 days ago on linux today
 softpedia: Looking at the the raw changelog, we can notice that Linux kernel 3.12.41 LTS fixes some issues with the ARM64, x86, and PowerPC architectures

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posted 19 days ago on linux today
 ZDnet: Linux is for everyone from 13 to 84.

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posted 19 days ago on linux today
 softpedia: At the end of the keynote, Mark Shuttleworth also revealed the codename of the Ubuntu 15.10 operating system, which we are happy to inform you now that it's Wily Werewolf.

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posted 19 days ago on linux today
LinuxInsider:  At its Build dev conference last week, Microsoft released a preview of the next version of its .Net Core runtime distribution, fulfilling last fall's pledge to open source .Net and take it cross-platform for Mac and Linux.

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posted 19 days ago on linux today
LifeHacker: If you’re running your Raspberry Pi in headless mode and you’re not using a static IP address, it’s a pain to locate the IP address.

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posted 19 days ago on linux today
eWEEK: Apcera, Google, Red Hat and VMware are supporting CoreOS' application container specification effort, which extends the reach of containers beyond Docker.

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posted 20 days ago on linux today
 opensource.com: Gnu/Linux distributions provide great advantages over proprietary alternatives for people with disabilities

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posted 20 days ago on linux today
 softpedia: Canonical has announced that Git repositories can now be hosted directly on Launchpad, which was one of the most requested features of the community.

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posted 20 days ago on linux today
 TutorialGeek: Thinking of upgrading to Kubuntu 15.04 and Plasma 5? Perhaps you should think again.

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posted 20 days ago on linux today
 FOSSforce: If there were an award for best sticker/graphic at LFNW, it would have to go to the Free Software Foundation,

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posted 20 days ago on linux today
 tecmint: PowerAdmin is a friendly web interface managing tool for PowerDNS.

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posted 20 days ago on linux today
 softpedia: Calibre is an eBook reader, converter, and editor, but these are just a few of the features of this great app.

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posted 20 days ago on linux today
Linus Torvalds: So the -rc2's have lately been pretty small - looking more like late-rc's than early ones.

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