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Mai 17

Linux Kernels 4.10.16, 4.9.28 LTS and 4.4.68 LTS Are Out Now with Many Changes

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Immediately after announcing earlier today the availability of the first point release of the Linux 4.11 kernel series, Greg Kroah-Hartman is informing the community about the launch of new maintenance updates to the Linux 4.10, 4.9 and 4.4 kernels. Linux kernels 4.10.16, 4.9.28 LTS and 4.4.68 LTS are out, and they’re major patches incorporating numerous […]

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Mai 17

HPE hasn’t abandoned OpenStack, releases Helion OpenStack 5.0

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HPE is no longer developing OpenStack, but it’s still offering a new OpenStack distro and services. If you thought HPE was getting out of the cloud business, I couldn’t blame you. In late 2015, HPE gave up on its public OpenStack-based Helion cloud. Then, early this year, all of HPE’s OpenStack developers moved over to […]

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Mai 16

Ardour 5.9 Open-Source Digital Audio Workstation Released with More Improvements

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Ardour developer Paul Davis is announcing today the release of yet another maintenance update to his powerful, free, open-source and cross-platform DAW (Digital Audio Workstation) program. Ardour 5.9 includes several months of changes and improvements made since the previous stable update of the application, and among some notable accomplishments we can mention support for the […]

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Mai 15

HPE hasn’t abandoned OpenStack, releases Helion OpenStack 5.0

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HPE is no longer developing OpenStack, but it’s still offering a new OpenStack distro and services. If you thought HPE was getting out of the cloud business, I couldn’t blame you. In late 2015, HPE gave up on its public OpenStack-based Helion cloud. Then, early this year, all of HPE’s OpenStack developers moved over to […]

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Mai 12

Snowden praises open source for protecting privacy

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NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden claims 21st century political freedom and privacy is springing from open-source software. Edward Snowden, the fugitive whistleblower and former NSA contractor who revealed the organization’s global hacking powers in 2013, may seem like an unlikely guest at OpenStack Summit in Boston, but his message was on target. Snowden spoke about how […]

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Mai 10

Open Invention Network expands open-source patent protection beyond Linux

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The Open Invention Network has protected Linux with strong patent consortium for more than a decade. Now, it’s expanding its protection to other major open-source projects. Today, everyone and their uncle — yes, even Microsoft– use Linux and open-source. A decade ago, Linux was under attack by SCO for imaginary copyright violations, and then Microsoft […]

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Mai 08

GNOME Recipes App to Soon Offer More Recipes, Cuisines, and Inline Editing

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GNOME Project’s Matthias Clasen is reporting on the development of the recently introduced GNOME Recipes application, an open-source and easy-to-use program that’ll help you to discover what to cook. GNOME Recipes has been in development during the GNOME 3.24 cycle, with which it was first introduced to the public in its final, production-ready state. The […]

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Mai 03

PeaZip 6.4.1 Open-Source File Archiver Adds Experimental Privacy_Mode Directive

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PeaZip, an open-source and cross-platform file archiver utility for GNU/Linux and Microsoft Windows operating systems providing a unified and portable interface and supporting around 190 file formats, was updated to version 6.4.1. PeaZip 6.4.1 comes about one month after the release of version 6.4.0, the first in the new stable series, and as expected, it’s […]

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