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Enlightenment DR 0.18 Released

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Just one year after the long-time coming official release of Enlightenment 0.17 (E17), Enlightenment 0.18 has been released! The new release features 242 individual changes and a host of new features and bug fixes. One of the more interesting changes is the built-in compositor has now been merged…

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GParted 0.21 Brings ReFS Detection, EXT4 For RHEL5, Reiser4 For Linux 3.x

Phoronix: Version 0.21 of the widely-used, GUI-based GNOME Partition Editor is now available.

Supercomputing the Evolution of a Model Flower

Scientists take computational approach to evidence of plant climate adaptation using linux-based Stampede and Lonestar supercomputers.

Tiny $26 WiFi-ready IoT SBC runs OpenWRT Linux

 LinuxGizmos: Smart Electronics is prepping a tiny $26 open-source "Black Swift" SBC that runs OpenWRT on an Atheros AR9331 and offers WiFi, dual micro-USB, and header I/O

Clamping down on users with rbash

 ITworld: One way to restrict what users can do on your Linux systems is by using rbash -- the restricted Bourne Again shell --

Setting up a private Docker registry

Why would you want to set up a private registry?

Ghost Vulnerability in glibc Affects All Linux Systems

 ThreatPost: A critical vulnerability has been found in glibc, the GNU C library, that affects all Linux systems dating back to 2000.

MapR Frees Hadoop Education

EnterpriseAppsToday: Big Data vendor provides $50M worth of Hadoop training for free.

How MidoNet is virtualizing open source networks

 opensource.com: MidoNet, an open source network virtualization platform for Infrastructure-as-a-serivice (IaaS) clouds like OpenStack cloud software, is gaining traction as a way to implement networking solutions.

7 communities driving open source development

 NetworkWorld: Here are 7 organizations successfully promoting and developing open technologies, both hardware and software.

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Majestic Nights, An Episodic Action-adventure-thriller Confirmed To Be In Testing For Linux

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Dying Light Is Now Confirmed For Linux, Bring It On Techland

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Fahrenheit: Indigo Prophecy Remastered Pops Up On Amazon, Has A Tux On The Cover

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Linux Kernel Bug Being Fixed Thanks To Linus Torvalds & The Witcher 2

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Never Fear, The Friday Livestream Is Here! (At 6 PM UTC) [VOD Added]

We've had another busy week of busily doing busy stuff, so it's time to lean back and enjoy the weekend. And what is the best way to enjoy weekends? Playing Linux games of course! But if you have the time, you might also enjoy watching me play Linux games and talk about things. Anyway, you are once again welcome to the weekly livestream!