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Everyone seems surprised in the other thread that ME is hacked and allows remote use, even when the machine is powered off. Libreboot and the upcoming Raptor Talos II both solve this issue. Hope is not totally lost. Get your flash on. submitted by /u/berryfarmer [link] [comments]

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The Jolla community is currently discussing which components of Sailfish OS are more important to be open sourced, and how this could improve the OS. In February, Jolla's CEO wrote on a blog post: Previously we’ve also mentioned that we’re working on the further open sourcing of Sailfish OS. We have now taken the necessary steps and preparations to enable us to further open source Sailfish code, in particular in the areas of apps and UI. We have a decision process ongoing but you should expect exciting news on this during upcoming months. So, following the news that the HW adaptation for Xperia X is now open, I'd like to ask: would you use Sailfish OS if it was fully open source? Feel free to also leave your comments and suggestions on the together.jolla.com thread. submitted by /u/neilbrulain [link] [comments]

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Hi, I browse this webpage again. https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Linux-ck I get to know that Linux-ck provides low latency environment, however, as time goes by, the stock kernel is frequently updated. Till now, the kernel version is going to be 4.15. In my humble opinion, nowadays the latest kernel should have better performance than the Linux-ck. What do you think of it? submitted by /u/MiuAmaha [link] [comments]

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Can anyone recommend a tool or utility that would permanently strip metadata from PDFs? This may be a partial duplicate of this (7 year old) thread - https://www.reddit.com/r/linux/comments/cmmkz/can_anybody_recommend_a_foss_exif_or_pdf_metadata/ Initially I considered exiftool, but those changes are very explicitly reversible. I saw another user who recommended copying out the contents with PyPDF, but that seems really guetto and I was hoping there's a simpler / more robust way of handling this. submitted by /u/frescobar [link] [comments]

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