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Flatpak will be a game changer for Linux and Steam now that SteamOS added it so now developers will be able to ship app's and not care what OS is the target SteamOS will give them a great place to test app's and they will not need 3 OSes+ installed for testing as they will be able to build the game/app on a OS package it and test it on SteamOS or even other OSes and if the app is done right it should work just fine Easy app distribution no more hacking to make thing work on my OS etc. submitted by /u/Linux_PCMR [link] [comments]

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I don't want any plain text communications happening on our server. rpcbind is running on port 111 and I got to know it acts like portmapper for rpc services. Just want to know if the request response that happens through rpcbind is encrypted in any manner. submitted by /u/mch43 [link] [comments]

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