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SXSW: Pitivi Aims To Bring Real Video Editing to Linux
Sriram Ramkrishna, director of GNOME Foundation, told us he's trying to change that at SXSW 2014, by raising funds to hire full-time programmers to build the beta Pitivi Linux video editor (pictured above), based on the GStreamer multimedia framework ...
Linux Foundation to offer introductory Linux MOOC on edX
The Linux Foundation will offer a Linux development course on edX, the massive open online course (MOOC) platform developed by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Harvard University. The move is part of an edX effort, announced Thursday, ...
This summer, you can learn Linux free & online from Harvard & MITVentureBeat
Professional online Linux classes for all - and the first one is freeZDNet
Want to learn Linux in an online classroom? Now you can, for freeBetaNews
eWeek -Ars Technica
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What you need to know about the GnuTLS Linux bug
A critical Linux bug that many are comparing to the ?goto fail? problem that afflicted Apple last month was recently discovered, prompting Linux distribution and application developers to scramble to incorporate a new patch into their code. The bug ...
Critical crypto bug leaves Linux, hundreds of apps open to eavesdroppingArs Technica
Linux bug leaves thousands of users vulnerable to attackInquirer
What is the GnuTLS Bug and How to Protect Your Linux System From ItLinux.com (blog)
Boing Boing -CoinDesk -AllMediaNY
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Popcorn Time lets you stream movies via torrents on your Linux desktop
March 06, 2014, 11:09 AM ? Gizmodo reports that a new open source application called Popcorn Time lets you stream movies via torrents in Linux, as well as Windows and OS X. This is the first time I've ever heard of an application that could actually ...
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Three events that moved Linux forward
Hundreds of mission-critical applications hit the production servers, security patches are applied, hundreds of professionals including developers, systems engineers, Linux gurus, and management professionals spend the whole night on the conference ...
Business WireVirtual-Strategy Magazine (press release)
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Linux Video of the Week: Hands-On with the $25 Firefox Phone
All of the major mobile Linux OS players, from Tizen and Firefox to Sailfish and Ubuntu, had exciting announcements at Mobile World Congress this week (see our coverage of Samsung's Tizen smartwatches Spreadtrum-Reference-Device-sm-2-3 and an ...
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GnuTLS Bug: Linux Security Flaw Leaves Users Vulnerable To Hacks
A variety of Linux distributions are vulnerable to hacks because of a bug that allows people to bypass security protocols to intercept and disseminate encrypted information. A member of the Red Hat security team discovered a bug in the GnuTLS library ...
Demand for Linux skills rises
This shift may be contributing to Linux hiring trends reported by the Linux Foundation and IT careers website Dice, in a report released Wednesday. The report states that 77% of hiring managers have put hiring Linux talent on their list of priorities ...
Keep Learning Linux?It's The FutureReadWrite
Linux job market heats upZDNet
As Tech Jobs Increase, Linux Skills Top Priority List for Hiring ManagersLinux.com (blog)
ITworld.com -InfoWorld -Muktware
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Massive Linux security flaw dwarfs Apple's cryptography problems of just last week
Cryptographic code signing is thought to protect against exploits in most Linux distros, but Cisco's VPN software apparently relies on GnuTLS, to name just one company. Web hosts or online services that rely on GnuTLS will have to update their own ...
Ars walkthrough: Using the ZFS next-gen filesystem on Linux
This time, we're going to specifically look at what ZFS brings to the table, walking through getting it installed and using it on one of the more popular Linux distributions: Precise Pangolin. That's the most current Long Term Support (LTS) Ubuntu release.