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[$] Emulating Windows system calls, take 2

Back in June, LWN covered a patch set adding a mechanism intended to help systems like Wine emulate Windows system calls on a Linux system. That patch set got a lot of attention and comments, with the result that its form has changed considerab… Continue...

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Get GNOME 3.38’s New Default Wallpapers Right Now

Here’s your first look at GNOME 3.38’s new default wallpaper, plus a link to download it to use on your own desktop ahead of September’s GNOME 3.38 release. This post, Get GNOME 3.38’s New Default Wallpapers Right Now is from OMG! Ubuntu!. Do not reproduce elsewhere...

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Release Team Asks for Feedback on openSUSE Leap “15.2”

The openSUSE release team is would like feedback from users, developers and stakeholders about the release of the of community-developed openSUSE Leap 15.2 through a survey. The survey is available at https://survey.opensuse.org. openSUSE Leap 15.2 was released on July 2. Two weeks of people installing the...

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Announcing 4 new and updated courses for APN Partners

Today we’re excited to announce two new courses and two refreshed courses created specifically for our Amazon Partner Network (APN) Partner community. First, AWS Solutions Training for Partners: Amazon Connect (Business) is a new digital course designed to help partners understand how to discuss the business...

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[$] Ubuntu invests in Google’s Flutter and Dart

Flutter is Google’s open-source toolkit to build cross-device (and cross-platform) applications. Based on the Dart programming language released by the company in 2013, Flutter promises developers the ability to write and maintain a single appli… Continue Reading — [$] Ubuntu invests in Google’s Flutter and...

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