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[$] A 2017 retrospective

The December 21 LWN Weekly Edition will be the final one for 2017; as usual, we will take the last week of the year off and return on January 4. It’s that time of year where one is moved to look back over the last twelve months...

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Canonical welcome Spotify as a snap for Linux users

Universal Linux app packaging format enables Linux users to install the popular music streaming service with a simple click and install London, UK – December 20th, 2017 – Canonical, the company behind Ubuntu, is happy to announce that Spotify, the world’s leading music streaming service, is now available as...

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Ubuntu 17.10 can brick some laptops

Downloads of Ubuntu 17.10 have been disabled due to an issue that can cause it to corrupt the firmware on some laptops. Lenovo laptops appear to be the most affected, but the problem is apparently not limited to them. The intel-spi driver has b… Continue...

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User Group Newsletter December 2017

Summit recap With 2300+ attendees and 54 countries represented, it was a fantastic week in Sydney. Thank you to all who attended! You can catch all the action from the Keynotes here. The Summit talk videos are live, find them here. Superuser also covered the Summit...

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Green Mountain Higher Education Consortium Selects Oracle to Streamline Operations

Press Release Green Mountain Higher Education Consortium Selects Oracle to Streamline Operations GMHEC chooses Oracle Cloud Applications to improve operational efficiencies and embrace modern best practices Redwood Shores, … Continue Reading — Green Mountain Higher Education Consortium Selects Oracle to Streamline Operations

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Top snaps in November: blockchain, IDEs and games

The past month has been exciting in the snap world, between getting ready to welcome our Google Code-in students, improving the developer dashboard and starting to land, piece by piece, the new store frontend, it’s time we take a small break to appreciate some new releases....

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Another Cyberattack Spotted Targeting Mideast Critical Infrastructure Organizations

LinuxSecurity.com: Damaging attacks from second and third-tier nation-state threat actors – especially in the Middle East – could become more of a pressing issue for enterprises next year if a couple of recent incidents are any indication. Continue Reading — Another Cyberattack Spotted Targeting Mideast...

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