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Which Apps Would You Like to See as Snaps?

Which apps would you like to see available as Snaps? That’s what the Snapcraft community who work on the distro-agnostic packaging technology want to know. This post, Which Apps Would You Like to See as Snaps?, was written by Joey Sneddon and first app… Continue...

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Ubuntu, Fedora and OpenSUSE are Coming to the Windows Store

Ubuntu will soon be available to install from the Windows Store on Windows 10. Nope, I’m not drunk, and you’re not hallucinating. The news was announced by Microsoft’s Terry Myers at the software giant’s annual Build conference for developers. What’s more Ubuntu isn’t the only Linux distribution planned. Microsoft says...

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Elastic Load Balancing: Account Limits API

We are pleased to announce that Elastic Load Balancing now provides an API that can be used to access service limits for Application Load Balancers and Classic Load Balancers. Prior to the availability of this API, customers needed to contact AWS Supp… Continue Reading —...

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Hashemi: The Many Layers of Packaging

On his blog, Mahmoud Hashemi has an in-depth look at Python packaging, but much of it is applicable to packaging software in any language. “Python was designed to be cross-platform and runs in countless environments. But don’t take this to mean … Continue Reading —...

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[$] Randomizing structure layout

Kees Cook is working on a series of patches for C structure randomization to improve security in the Linux kernel. This is an important part of obfuscating the internal binary layout of a running kernel, making kernel exploits harder. The randst… Continue Reading — [$]...

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