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Hands-on with Linux Mint Debian Edition 3 Beta

For those who might not be familiar with Linux Mint Debian Edition, it was originally released in about March of ...
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Valve seems to be working on tools to get Windows games running on Linux

Valve appears to be working on a set of "compatibility tools," called Steam Play, that would allow at least some ...
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Debian GNU/Linux project to mark 25th birthday on Thursday

The Debian GNU/Linux project will turn 25 on Thursday, with the Linux distribution having made its debut on 16 August ...
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New round of 64-bit ARM Patches Merged into Linux 4.19 Kernel, Includes GCC Stackleak Plugin Support

A new round of changes for 64-bit ARM architecture (ARM64/AArch64) were just loaded into the Linux 4.19 kernel merge window, ...
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New Linux kernel debuts, adds more suspect NSA-sourced crypto

Linux creator and lead developer Linus Torvalds has released a new version of the Linux kernel. Version 4.18 went through ...
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DaVinci Resolve 15 Released for RedHat Enterprise and CentOS Systems

Video editing on Linux platform just got a whole lot easier, as Blackmagic Design just released their long-awaited DaVinci Resolve ...
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Linux 4.18 And Zorin OS 12.4 Released With Big Changes

Linux boss Linus Torvalds has officially shipped the much-awaited Linux kernel 4.18 release. It has arrived a week late due ...
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Lenovo launches its thinnest and lightest pro laptop – ThinkPad P1

Lenovo has unveiled its ThinkPad P1 workstation laptop, which packs a 1080p or 4K 15.6-inch display, and powerful hardware. The ...
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Hollywood Goes Open Source; Collaborates With Linux Foundation

The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences which is best known for organizing the Oscars has announced its love ...
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Dropbox makes the cloud rain poop on Linux users

Cloud storage rules -- especially when coupled with a local backup plan. Quite frankly, it is one of the best ...
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If for some reason you’re still using TKIP crypto on your Wi-Fi, ditch it – Linux, Android world bug collides with it

It’s been a mildly rough week for Wi-Fi security: hard on the heels of a WPA2 weakness comes a programming ...
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Valve May Soon Release a Native 64-Bit Version of Its Steam for Linux Client

Valve is certainly not the last software developer in the world to still offer 32-bit versions of its applications, but ...
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