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A couple of months after bringing out the mobile-focused build, Finnish-American software engineer Linus Torvalds has now released Linux 4.7 as his newest Linux …

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You can isolate malicious programs or risky tasks by sandboxing them in different ways to stop them from affecting your main system. This article …

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This series of articles, which explains various concepts and commands in Linux, is aimed at those new to Linux. We take a look at …

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Red Hat’s community-driven open source operating system gets updated to Fedora 24. The new version brings an all new Linux experience across the three …

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Ubuntu maker Canonical has partnered with some of the leading tech companies to launch its Snappy as a universal Linux package format. With this …

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The Linux Foundation has announced that it has started backing OpenSwitch networking operating system. The open source project was originally launched by Hewlett-Packard Enterprise …

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Developer Raffaele Forte has pleased thousands of ethical hackers worldwide with the release of BackBox Linux 4.6. The new Ubuntu-based Linux distribution offers an …

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While the original Linux distribution is enough for developers, students need something more. Therefore, Francesco Milesi has developed Birds Linux 8.0 as the latest …

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As mobile devices are taking on desktops and notebooks, American software engineer Linus Torvalds has released Linux 4.6 as his latest mobile-focused Linux kernel. …

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Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.8 released with Libreswan, which is an implementation of one of the widely supported VPN protocols. The new version also …