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Automotive Grade Linux Continues Growth with Five New Members

“We are excited to welcome five new members to the project that will expand our growing and  global community,” said Dan Cauchy, Executive Director of Automotive Grade Linux, The Linux Foundation. “Our newest members are some of the leading companies in embedded technologies including audio, navigation, security  and software. With …

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Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.5 Debuts with Improved Server Administration Features

Red Hat announced the general availability of its flagship platform Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.5 (RHEL) on April 10, providing multiple new features for server administrators. RHEL 7.5 first appeared in Beta on Jan. 24, showing a preview of the features that are now stable. Among the new capabilities in …

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Should Ubuntu Linux Replace Alpha/Beta Release Model With “Testing Weeks”?

Images: Fossbytes One of the biggest advantages of open source technology projects is that everybody from the community is free to float an idea and if it gains community support, it could be turned into reality. Along the similar lines, well-known Ubuntu developer Simon Quigley has suggested an idea that …

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Top 5 Most Useful Kali Linux Tools for Ethical Hackers

Best 5 Kali Linux tools for ethical hackers and security researchers Kali Linux is one of the most loved distros by the ethical hacking and security community because of its pen-testing and exploit tools. It is a free, and open-source Linux-based operating system designed for digital forensics, penetration testing, reversing, and security auditing. …

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