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Yet another Linux distribution shuts down, and the Open Source community should be worried

More and more people are trying Linux-based operating systems these days, and with Windows 10 being so hated, that should not be a surprise. Sadly, while the Linux community should be thriving from Microsoft’s missteps with Windows, it feels like the opposite is happening. The Linux Mint development team is …

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StorMagic Introduces StorSecure Integrated Encryption and Key Management and adds Linux KVM Hypervisor Support

BRISTOL, England–(BUSINESS WIRE)–StorMagic®, simplifying storage at the edge, announced the addition of two new solutions today, StorSecure™ Encryption and Key Management, and open source KVM Hypervisor support as part of its hyperconverged infrastructure (HCI) platform. In addition to StorMagic’s existing military-grade, FIPS 140-2 compliant data encryption, StorSecure includes an enterprise-class …

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Damn! Antergos Linux has been Discontinued

Beginner-friendly Arch Linux based distribution Antergos has announced that the project is being discontinued. Arch Linux has always been considered a no-go zone for the beginners. Antergos challenged this status quo and made Arch Linux accessible to everyone by providing easier installation method. People who wouldn’t dare installing Arch Linux, …

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The Antergos Distro Is Ending, HP Linux Imaging and Printing Software Updated to Version 3.19.5, Kail Linux 2019.2 Is Out, Tails 3.14 Released and openSUSE 15.1 Leap Is Now Available

News briefs for May 22, 2019. The Antergos Linux distro is calling it quits. The developers of the Arch-based distro say they no longer have time to maintain it properly, and are taking the action now while the code is still working in case other developers want to start their …

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IGEL Developing Linux Distro For Windows Virtual Desktop Users

IGEL is working with Microsoft to enable Windows Virtual Desktop to run on endpoint devices powered by its lightweight Linux distribution, the companies revealed Tuesday. When introduced to market next year, IGEL’s “edge” operating system will be the first version of Linux supporting Microsoft’s recent venture into the Desktop-as-a-Service market. …

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