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Crisis is a difficult thing. In fact, by definition it means a difficult or dangerous situation that needs serious attention.
A recent bug report filed against the Ubuntu website claims that Ubuntu for Android, first demoed in 2012, is 'no longer in development'.
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Linux Foundation Executive Director Jim Zemlin appeared today on Bloomberg TV to discuss the Core Infrastructure Initiative, an industry response to the OpenSSL heartbleed bug.
For the first time, the Linux Foundation’s SPDX Workgroup is geared up to participate in the 2014 Google Summer of Code internship program. The goal was to engage students in open source projects, learn a bit about open source compliance, and meet open source community members. We had excellent responses in our first year, with a total of four projects accepted from three different universities.
Migrating from Ubuntu 12.04 LTS to Ubuntu 14.04 LTS brings a number of great benefits, but sometimes all you need is a familiar face. Here's how to get a two panel GNOME desktop in Ubuntu 14.04.
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Adobe is pushing out a cross-platform security fix for a bug in its Flash Player that miscreants are already exploiting.
Enlightenment is not your ordinary drag and drop interface. In fact, just getting launchers onto a shelf (Enlightenment's “panel”) can be a task... unless you know the process.