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The Imaging Source announces Linux support for its cameras

The Imaging Source has announced the immediate availability of open source Linux support for all of its cameras. Released under ...
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Cool and flexible: The Linux alternative

Have you ever wondered what happened to Linux? Linux is the free software created through the open source development process ...
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Python 2.7 To Be Maintained Until 2020

Python 2.7 will have extended support until 2020 and there won’t be any version 2.8, Guido van Rossum explained at ...
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Desperately Seeking Linux Programmers

Few people know just how pervasive Linux has become, and that is causing a big problem for companies that increasingly ...
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“Open Network Linux” could boost viability of vendor-neutral switches

The Facebook-led Open Compute Project has spent the past year building an “open” switch that can boot nearly any type ...
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Wasteland 2 Linux release confirmed

For all you Wasteland fans out there, Wasteland 2 is finally getting a Linux release, thanks to the engine it ...
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CAELinux Is the Ideal Distro for Designing Scientists

The primary reason for adopting CAELinux is the specialized scientific and engineering computing tasks of its users. This distro comes ...
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SUSE simplifies mainframe Linux installation

SUSE Linux Enterprise Server for System z is optimized for the IBM System z architecture and is the No. 1 ...
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