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OpenSUSE Leap 42.2 Linux reaches beta stage

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To give a sneak peek to the next major update, the OpenSUSE project has got the first beta release of OpenSUSE Leap 42.2 Linux....

Upgrade openSUSE to the Latest Linux Kernel

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This article offers readers some interesting hacker tips. The tutorial is on upgrading the openSuse 13.2 stock kernel to Linux Kernel 4.x. So go...

KDE 4.8.2 Maintenance Release Out — Grab it!

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First week of the month is typically when the KDE team releases its maintenance updates. These releases are nothing to get excited about --...

Some Glimpses of the ‘Dark’ Internet in Protest of SOPA/PIPA

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Well, the time has come -- January 18, 2012 -- and many of the Free/Open Source Software project/advocacy sites, some popular news/discussion sites, as...

Exploring Software: Unity, GNOME Shell and the Notification Area

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Do the new desktops succeed in creating intuitive, simple-to-use and distraction-free desktop environments? It is hard to be passionate about something that everyone does! I...

Igelle for the Masses: A First Look

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There are hundreds of different Linux distributions worldwide. However, almost all of them are based on Debian, openSUSE, Slackware or Red Hat. But is...

Exploring Software: openSUSE Tumbleweed Rolling Distribution Goes Mainstream

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Here is a record of my initial explorations and findings about the recently released openSUSE rolling distribution repository, Tumbleweed, as experienced on a netbook. I...

GNOME 3 is Here!

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GNOME 3, code-named ToPaZ (for Three Point Zero), was released on April 6 this year. The release has raised many questions. Can GNOME 3...

Advanced Nmap: Scanning Firewalls Continued

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The previous article detailed methods to scan an IPCop-based firewall in a test environment. The scan output revealed several open ports, which could lead...

Advanced Nmap: Scanning Firewalls

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After four articles on Nmap , which explained a number of command-line options for scan technique specification, target specification, port specifications, host discovery, evasion...