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Gentoo drops hardened kernel sources after Grsecurity move The Gentoo Linux distribution has announced that it will be no longer incorporating kernel hardening patches from the Grsecurity project and hence will stop providing…
GNOME Desktop Project celebrates 20 years with big bash The GNOME Desktop project has celebrated its 20th anniversary with a party in Orinda, California on 29 July, a day that happens to be the…
Nextcloud releases Education Edition with additional apps Open-source file syncing and sharing software company Nextcloud has announced a partnership with education and research institutions and software providers to produce a version directed…
Open-source advocate sued over comments on kernel hardening group A group that supplies a hardening patch for the Linux kernel has sued a well-known free and open-source practitioner for claiming that the patches in…
LibreOffice releases last major version in 5.x series The open-source office suite LibreOffice has released version 5.4, the last major release in its 5.x family, for Windows, macOS and Linux.
Acquia to build new website for Brisbane airport Boston-based open source company Acquia has won a contract to develop a new Web presence for Brisbane Airport Corporation.
openSUSE releases new version closely aligned with enterprise branch The openSUSE community GNU/Linux project has released version 42.3 of its distribution which is known as Leap, aligning it more closely with SUSE Linux Enterprise…
LibreOffice nears seventh birthday with no contenders in sight As the seventh anniversary of its forking from OpenOffice.org looms, the free office suite LibreOffice has established itself as the most widely used free office…
Open-source blockchain framework releases version 1.0 An open-source blockchain framework implementation known as Hyperledger Fabric, hosted by The Linux Foundation, has released version 1.0 for developing blockchain applications, products or solutions.
Systemd flaw leaves many Linux distros open to attack A flaw in systemd, the init system used on many Linux systems, can be exploited using a malicious DNS query to either crash a system…

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