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2 hrs ago | InformationWeek
Just look in linux forums and see the amount of members. Open source, anybody can make apps and put them on websites to be downloaded with out anybody's approval.
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3 hrs ago | ZDNet
The release of LibreSSL's 2.0.x series is the first to officially support running on operating systems other than OpenBSD, with "various versions" of Linux, Solaris, Mac OS X, and FreeBSD now supported.
5 hrs ago | LXer Linux News
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12 hrs ago | WinBeta
Windows is my operating system of choice, and it's the one I used every single day.
13 hrs ago | Silicon Alley Insider
Jane Silber is the CEO of Canonical, a 650-employee software company best known for two things.
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SmartOS is an open-source UNIX-like operating system based on illumos, a community fork of OpenSolaris.
Canonical is a 650-employee software company best known for its version of the Linux operating system.
ConstantineM writes: It has finally happened. Bob Beck of The OpenBSD Foundation has just announced that the first release of LibreSSL portable is now available , and can be found in the has been tested to build on various versions of Linux, Solaris, Mac OS X and FreeBSD.
However, I still field plenty of questions from lots of people about this, and a lot of the time, it's extremely simple stuff: "What is X?" "How does it interact with my graphics card and mouse/keyboard?" "What do apps use X for?" "What is Wayland, and how does it fit into the picture?" "What problems did X have that made us want to write new ... (more)
In today's open source roundup: Microsoft may be ready to move on from Windows. Plus: CentOS 7 released, and a review of Makulu Linux 6 with MATE 1.8 Windows has been synonymous with Microsoft for as long as I can remember.
In Abundance , I wrote about my friend Rob McEwen, chairman of Goldcorp, who literally mined his data for gold bullion.
Cloud provider Microsoft has joined rival Google to bring support for the Kubernetes open-source project on its Azure platform.
Storage discussion includes SSD security issues and utilities; hard drive recovery and tuning utilities; questions about the new MCE Complement device and more.
Predicting trends in computer technology is an easy way to get into trouble, but two developments have been hyped so much over the past decade that there's little risk in jumping on their bandwagons: free software and cloud computing.
Updated: Sun Jul 13, 2014 08:53 pm
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