By Silviu Stahie The Solus operating system has just received another boost of improvements and developers have pushed another stable version out the door. The new daily build should be very interesting, especially with the new system layout.
Tech Comics: No doubt about it — waterfall is back.
From: Linux Today
By Dan Goodin Almost a third of the world’s encrypted Web connections can be cracked using an exploit that’s growing increasingly practical, computer scientists warned Wednesday. They said the attack technique on a cryptographic cipher known as RC4 can also be used to break into wireless networks protected by the Wi-Fi Protected Access Temporal Key Integrity Protocol.
By Jen Wike Huger This week, our Top 5 includes two interviews with speakers at upcoming OSCON 2015, a video editing how-to, plus what you need to know about Docker and LibreOffice.
By Jack Wallen
Because Chrome OS is a proprietary solution, owned by Google, you cannot simply download the platform and install it on common x86/64 hardware. To get around that, there are approximations available that can be installed on off-the-shelf hardware that recreate the Chrome OS experience.
By James Darvell In the world of FOSS, a small change to a license can be a big deal. For users of proprietary software, changes in the EULA are hardly even registered. Those users click “Ok” and forget about it in the blink of an eye. They have accepted that they are severely limited as far as their rights to alter or redistribute the software is concerned.
By firstname.lastname@example.org Yesterday SUSE announced the availability of the fourth service pack for SUSE Linux Enterprise 11 “Desktop” and “Server” editions, a set of commercial enterprise-class Linux distributions: “SUSE has made it easier for customers to take advantage of the processing power and innovations of the latest hardware with the….