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Today, personal computing has moved beyond PCs, and it includes a plethora of other devices that keep us connected to the Internet 24X7.

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Even though the Steam for Linux system is still in a beta stage, Linux users already account for 0.8% of total Steam users. This figure is expected to increase once Steam for Linux comes out of beta, and reaches more Linux distros.

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Although the original EFI specification was developed by Intel, it was done with the Windows OS in mind. With this move, custom kernels will be a thing of the past.

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Enlightenment has many advantages over other window managers. It is a full-fledged platform with libraries to create intriguing user interfaces rapidly.

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A detailed explanation of the issue is present in this LKML mail. It says that the trouble started with an EXT4 patch made in Kernel 3.6.2, which was later backported to Kernel 3.5 and 3.4 as well, spreading the problem further and further behind.

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As Valve brings Steam to Linux, gaming on Linux will become more exciting with native games being developed exclusively for Linux. Going further, Valve must also release Linux versions of its own game titles to support its Steam client.

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Russian security firm Dr.Web has identified a new Trojan named BackDoor.Wirenet.1 which runs on both Linux as well as Mac OS X. This is the first ever cross platform Trojan that has been discovered to affect both of the aforementioned operating systems.

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The proprietary graphics driver released by Nvidia had a serious security flaw, and it was reported to Nvidia more than a month ago. However, Nvidia decided to ignore the vulnerability completely and did not act upon it until someone went public with it.

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The world of Linux has had this problem for years. Most people are not too helpful, and the kind of help you get is not very easy to follow either. But then, why does cursing Linux work?

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Many times, we watch a video on the internet and we wish to have a copy of the same. This script can get you a copy of the video which is present in memory if you didn’t close the browser from the cache, saving your time and bandwidth.

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This new release brings a new menu structure with submenus, a new theme for gfxmenu and support for new platforms. It also brings new drivers for AHCI, EHCI, EFI serial etc. Apart from these, there is support for new filesystems, performance improvements and better internationalization.

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The Skype software on Linux graduated to version 4.0 which is good news for Skype users who are in the habit of waiting for Skype updates now. The 4.0 release is codenamed “Four Rooms for Improvement” and brings in lots of new features.

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Finally, after years of vendor lock-in, the PC has finally been freed from its shackles. We hope to see an open hardware market, where the end-user has more choices and there are more than one prominent software development ecosystems.

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Seven months into ownership of Skype, and Microsoft is already making changes to it. Although it is not trying to port any existing infrastructure to its own technology stack immediately, there is a fair chance of that happening.

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The wait is finally over, and Ubuntu 12.04 has been released. It sports some bold features, and the fact that this is a long-term release (LTS) makes Ubuntu 12.04 even more special.

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