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Block crackers with 3 locks to your SSH door (18 Oct 2010)
Bazaar: source control system (15 Oct 2010)
User space memory access from the Linux kernel (13 Oct 2010)
Techniques for migrating Perl to Python (11 Oct 2010)
New AIX 7 capabilities for virtualization (8 Oct 2010)
Introduction to PowerHA (1 Sep 2010)
Yeah - Learn Linux: Maintain the integrity of file (30 Aug 2010)
Live Kernel Patches with Ksplice (11 Aug 2010)
vi tips and tricks: Ten cool commands (2 Aug 2010)
Understanding ZFS & ZFS ARC/L2ARC (26 Jul 2010)
Creates a whole new painting tool for GIMP (23 Jul 2010)
Gourmet Java technology for Android applications (21 Jul 2010)
More powerful Python testing techniques (20 Jul 2010)
Distributed data processing with Hadoop (19 Jul 2010)
Creating mobile Web applications with HTML5 (15 Jul 2010)
Anatomy of the Linux virtual file system switch or donate; car & computer technology (13 Jul 2010)
UNIX network performance analysis (12 Jul 2010)
Speak UNIX fluently with the best tools available (11 Jul 2010)
Worry-free Linux power-downs with Anacron (10 Jul 2010)
Guide to porting from Solaris to Linux on POWER (8 Jul 2010)
HOW TO: Teach your old Mutt some new tricks (1 Jul 2010)
Unix turns 40 (8 Jun 2009)
Using PHP directly from the command line on Linux (5 Jun 2009)
Anatomy of a Linux hypervisor (5 Jun 2009)
Boost Linux performance on old hardware (1 Jun 2009)
Comparing UNIX inovation (29 May 2009)
Modify xorg.conf for better performanc (26 May 2009)
Puppet and Subversion in Fifteen Minutes (25 May 2009)
Build your first Android application: Create anything from wedding invitations designer to caloric calculator (19 May 2009)
Who has better virtualization (19 May 2009)
Fedora 11 Screenshot Tour (18 May 2009)
Cheap, Readable, Low-Power Displays (14 May 2009)
MySQL Clustering in a Sandbox (13 May 2009)
MOC: Text based audio player (12 May 2009)
Scripting the Vim editor with Vmscript (11 May 2009)
VirtualBSD Review--Inside and Out (7 May 2009)
Another year: the iPhone is still the best choice for most people
The Xerox Alto, Smalltalk, and rewriting a running GUI
Puerto Rican iPhone users given access to Loon balloons
PC-MOS released under GPL
Windows 10 Fall Creators Update: lots of small changes
The new MacBook keyboard is ruining my life
DragonFlyBSD 5.0 released
Microsoft shows off its Fluent Design changes to Windows 10
Where is Haiku R1?
ChrysaLisp: an assembler/C-Script/Lisp 64bit OS
What nobody told me about the Netherlands
Microsoft breaches Dutch data protection law with Windows 10
Samsung CEO to resign citing 'unprecedented crisis'
Sailfish 2.1.2 released
TwinKick: dual Kickstart boot via floppy for Amiga 1000
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Cisco Acquires BroadSoft for $1.9 Billion
EPA Stops Scientists from Speaking About Climate Report
FBI Tried and Failed To Access 7,000 Devices Because of Encryption
Google Pixel 2 XL Screen Fix May Be in the Works
Kaspersky Tries To Win Back Trust After Russian Spying Scandal
Windows 10 Fall Creators Update Hit by Bug
Has Microsoft's Surface Pro LTE Been Delayed?
Pay with Google Fights for Bigger Slice of the Apple Pay Pie
Unisys Taking Nuclear Regulatory Commission to the Cloud
Thin, Light and Powerful: The 10 Best Ultrabooks of 2017
Microsoft and Google Duke It Out Over Security Strategies
Kids, Screens and Parental Guilt: Time To Loosen Up?
Google Parent Leads a $1 Billion Investment in Lyft
Target Ramps Up Delivery and Remodels Stores
Green Bay Packers and Microsoft Launch Tech Incubator
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Private Internet Access becomes a KDE Patron
KDE Powers up the Qt World Summit
Plasma Mobile and Purism's Librem 5 Free Smartphone
Public Money? Public Code! - Join the FSFE Campaign
Randa Roundup - Part II
KDE and Google Summer of Code 2017: Fun, Features, Bugs, Blogs
Randa Roundup - Part I
Randa Meetings 2017: It's All About Accessibility
Akademy 2017 in Retrospect
How KDE's Open Source community has built reliable, monopoly-free computing for 20+ years
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