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HP announced a new release of its open source and freely distributed HPLIP (HP Linux Imaging and Printing) driver for GNU/Linux operating systems.
The diary of Anne Frank is just six weeks away from entering the public domain in most of Europe—but it might not happen. The Basel-based Anne Frank Fonds, which owns the copyright, has a plan to retain ownership until 2050...
...Most European copyrights end 70 years after the author's death, meaning that on Jan. 1, 2016, the diary becomes public domain in much of the continent. But the Anne Frank foundation has a new legal strategy to keep its most valuable copyright: declare that Otto Frank is actually a "co-author" of the diaries, not merely an editor. Since Otto Frank died in 1980, anything he authored will stay under copyright until 2050...
Valve's Steam Machines, open source gaming consoles that run Debian-based SteamOS, have gone on sale, fulfilling a promise Valve made two years ago to make gaming more open source-friendly.
Sergio Schneider, the creator of a few GNU/Linux distributions, informs Softpedia about the immediate availability for download of new builds of his UUMATE and Manjaro Mate GNU/Linux computer operating systems.
This step by step tutorial will show you how to install Dolibarr ERP CRM on a CentOS 7 VPS with Apache, PHP and PostgreSQL installed on it.
Interested in keeping track of what's happening in the open source cloud? Opensource.com is your source for news in OpenStack, the open source cloud infrastructure project.
Docker containers have gained security features through hardware signatures and vulnerability scanning, which help to make open source containers for Linux more secure.
Styled like the classic BBC Micro and packing a robotic arm kit, the FUZE Special Edition is an excellent platform for learning programming and electronics
Falcon Northwest is one of the companies that wanted to release Steam Machines, but it looks like that's not happening anymore.
Sometimes, we need to completely and irreversibly wipe all data contained in a disk to keep them from falling into the wrong hands. This may not be something we are doing on a day to day basis, but if you want to do it, you should do it right and ensure that the data cannot be recovered by experts.
CoreOS's Clair security vulnerability monitoring tool for containers provides the open source community with a new way to combat security threats on Linux-based operating systems.
More and more journals are demanding that the science being published be reproducible. Ideally, if you publish your code, that should be enough for someone else to reproduce the results you are claiming. But, anyone who has done any actual computational science knows that this is not true.
Free software's use in public sector in top three of votes for "Digital Republic"
Guild Software announced the immediate availability of a new update for its cross-platform massively multiplayer online role-playing game (MMORPG) Vendetta Online 1.8 game for all supported operating systems.
Docker introduces multiple new security efforts in a bid to help make containers safer than ever before.
In December 2007, I finally got my mother back on Linux for Christmas.
My mom, who was then 87 and is now 95, had a computer for several years. It started before dad died while they were living in Crossville, Tennessee, and not near any family. (At least not near any of us who had any real computing knowledge.) A cousin of mine built a computer for her from an old one that he had. He collects old ones and does some refurbishing, reinstalls Windows and makes them more or less workable. But he also lived far away and visited infrequently.
In today's open source roundup: The first Steam Machines can now be bought. Plus: Some SteamOS games run better in Windows. And what Valve got right and wrong with the Steam Machine.
The hacker collective Anonymous released a video message on YouTube Sunday declaring war on the Islamic State in the wake of Friday's bloody terror attacks in Paris. The video, posted in French, announces the beginning of #OpParis, a coordinated campaign to neutralize ISIS's social media channels.
For all the attention Linux.Encoder.1 ransomware has gotten, a lot of people seem to be missing that it's easy to fix. Here's how to do it.
Redmond: We've remembered OS/2 for you, wholesale
Analysis Microsoft has sidelined its plan to allow Windows 10 devices to run Android apps before it could do any serious damage, according to a report.…
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