New releases improve Linux security options
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The Free Software Foundation still isn't thrilled with Canonical.
Popular tool for Linux virtualization gets a big new release
Linux 4.2 gets first release candidate with loads of new code
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EXT4 gets new encryption options
It'll take another week for Linux 4.1 as Linus Torvalds ask devs to take a break
Debian Jessie gets its first incremental update
The company behind Mandriva is now gone, but open-source efforts remain
After a much delayed Fedora 21, Red Hat's community Linux project gets back on track.
Minor updates abound for interesting distros
Once again the variety in the *nix market continues to deliver
New Debian release will be considered an LTS with 5 years of support
Lots of under the hood changes and a snappy debut.
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