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Mandriva: 2015:158: jython

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Debian: 3208-1: freexl: Summary

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Mandriva: 2015:157: libarchive

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Mandriva: 2015:156: libcap-ng

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Mandriva: 2015:017-1: libevent

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Mandriva: 2015:148-1: libssh2

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Mandriva: 2015:155: gnupg

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Mandriva: 2015:154: gnupg

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Mandriva: 2015:153: libgd

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Mandriva: 2015:152: libjpeg

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Mandriva: 2015:151: libksba

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Mandriva: 2015:150: liblzo

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Mandriva: 2015:149: libsndfile

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Schreiben von Software by MySpecialists

Freelancer.com - Tue, 03/31/2015 - 04:59
C++ or Java oracle or mysql eclipse subversion ''objective C'' ; ''hp quality center'' or hpqc selenium junit or tosca or ''quick test professional'' ; Telekommunikation Cisco CCNA or CCVP or CCNP or CCIP... (Budget: $2 USD, Jobs: Embedded Software, Java, Linux, PHP, Software Architecture)
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Ask Slashdot: Who's Going To Win the Malware Arms Race?

Slashdot.org - Tue, 03/31/2015 - 04:08
An anonymous reader writes: We've been in a malware arms race since the 1990s. Malicious hackers keep building new viruses, worms, and trojan horses, while security vendors keep building better detection and removal algorithms to stop them. Botnets are becoming more powerful, and phishing techniques are always improving — but so are the mitigation strategies. There's been some back and forth, but it seems like the arms race has been pretty balanced, so far. My question: will the balance continue, or is one side likely to take the upper hand over the next decade or two? Which side is going to win? Do you imagine an internet, 20 years from now, where we don't have to worry about what links we click or what attachments we open? Or is it the other way around, with threats so hard to block and DDoS attacks so rampant that the internet of the future is not as useful as it is now?

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Ubuntu distribution for Xtreamer Pro by yesples1

Freelancer.com - Tue, 03/31/2015 - 04:00
i want to use my xtreamer pro as a computer and to be able to browse sites. the OS of the Pro doesn't allow free browsing. can somebody make a way that i will be able to install ubuntu on it? i would... (Budget: $30 - $250 USD, Jobs: Linux, PHP, Software Architecture)
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Michigan Tech course to build your own 3D printer

OpenSource.com - Tue, 03/31/2015 - 04:00

When engineering students start college, the high cost of proprietary tools can be a barrier to making their dreams become a reality. Recent advances in free and open source 3D printing have lowered rapid prototyping costs, making it accessible to everyone. The software industry already knows the force of open source, so now it's time to start teaching free and open source hardware to all engineers.


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Recommendation System based on content using TF/IDF scores and Euclidean Distances by kylacampbell82

Freelancer.com - Tue, 03/31/2015 - 03:36
Find the full description in the file description and we have uploaded a few files for you to run on.This needs to find the similarity of a particular textbook to other textbooks in the database and return... (Budget: $30 - $250 USD, Jobs: Hadoop, Java, Linux, Software Architecture)
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Writer on Linux philosophy opens up

OpenSource.com - Tue, 03/31/2015 - 03:00

Meet David Both. He's a regular contributor to Opensource.com, most notable for his Linux philosophy series. There's so much goodness in this Q&A, including a long list of favorite open source tools, that I'm going to quickly pass the mic over to him. But first...

These "contributor spotlights" are a way for us to shine a light on the people who make up our great community. David once was just a reader, now he's sharing his experiences as a Linux user, and more. If you'd like to share your open source story with us, we'd love to hear from you. See what we're looking for and submit your story to us.

Now, let's hear from David...


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