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SpeakUp, new Trojan affecting Linux and macOS

Security experts at Check Point have discovered a new Trojan that exploits vulnerabilities in six Linux distributions and macOS devices. This malware is able to implement a backdoor in the system t...
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VApp Linux with UDS Enterprise: user view

The UDS Enterprise VDI and vApp connection broker allows you to choose among several options when displaying Linux virtual applications to users. The administrators of the platform can decide if th...
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Linux vApp with UDS Enterprise: recommendations

The UDS Enterprise team recommends a series of configurations when planning a deployment of Linux virtual applications using this VDI & vApp connection broker. The first one refers to the pers...
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Tutorials on vApp and OpenNebulaConf video

Among all the post published in our blog throughout the past month of December, the tutorials on application virtualization were the ones that caught most interest of our followers.
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Will 2019 be the year of Linux?

All signs point to the fact that Linux expansion will continue to be unstoppable next year. This OS is improved every year with the help of the broad community of users that contribute to its deve...
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Deploying Linux virtual applications with UDS Enterprise

In addition to Windows and Linux virtual desktops and Windows virtual applications, the UDS Enterprise connection broker allows you to deploy Linux vApps. The creation of these apps has no particu...
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Good reasons to give Linux for Christmas

Christmas is approaching and maybe many of you are thinking asking for or giving a computer. If this is your case, in this article we gather the 5 main reasons why you should consider acquiring a L...
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How to encrypt files in Linux with Tomb

Data security is undoubtedly one of the aspects that most concerns both private users and organizations. If you are a GNU / Linux user, Tomb may be the tool you were looking for. It’s a free and Op...
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Uber becomes Linux Foundation Gold member

Uber, the company that connects car drivers with passengers through a mobile application has become Gold member of the Linux Foundation. This company has also joined TODO Group, an open group of co...
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Deepin 15.8: performance and user experience improved

The developers of Deepin have announced the availability of a new version of this operating system based on the Debian Linux distro. They have taken into account the feedback from the user communit...
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MintBox Mini 2, the most silent mini PC for Linux

The Israeli company CompLab has developed in collaboration with the developers of the Linux Mint distro the Mini PC MintBox Mini, a small computer that allows to install different versions of both ...
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Linux 4.19 LTS now available

The first version of the Linux Kernel whose development has not been led from start to end by Linus Torvalds is now available. Greg Kroah-Hartman has been in charge of finishing the 4.19 with exten...
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How to disable IPv6 on Linux via GRUB

The IPv6 Internet Protocol is integrated in many Linux distributions, but if it is not going to be used, it is convenient to disable it in order to avoid issues derived from inadequate configuratio...
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Microsoft open sources 60,000 patents to support Linux

Microsoft keeps on surprising with its open source efforts. Their latest move in favor of Linux and Open Source has left no one indifferent. The company has joined the Open Invention Network (OIN) ...
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Optimized Ubuntu image for Microsoft Hyper-V

An optimized image of Ubuntu is now available for download from the Hyper-V Gallery. This image allows you to log into a full Ubuntu Desktop session in Windows 10 Pro.
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Linus Torvalds takes a break from Linux

The weekly message that Linus Torvalds sends to the Linux kernel mailing list (LKML) has come with an unexpected surprise: Torvalds announces he’s going to get temporarily out from the project. The...
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Learning to build Linux from scratch

If you’re facing the challenge of building a GNU/Linux system from scratch, there is a distribution that can make things easier for you. Linux From Scratch (LFS) guides you step by step to create a...
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KaOS 2018.08 adds new features for KDE

The development team of the Linux independent distro KaOS has announced the availability of a new ISO. KaOS 2018.08 includes new features for KDE applications: the Dolphin context menu has been upd...
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Fedora CoreOS, a bet on Linux containers

Earlier this year Red Hat announced the purchase of CoreOS, a developer company, among other technologies, of Container Linux. This acquisition has laid the foundations for a new project: Fedora Co...
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How to upgrade to Debian 9 Stretch

If you are a user of Debian 8 Jessie and wish to continue receiving security updates, you must update to the latest version, Debian 9 Stretch as soon as possible. The previous release of this Linux...
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