WordPress 2.5 released

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Popular blogging software WordPress (which we use here, for FOSSwire itself) has just had a major version update to 2.5.

The major new feature of this release is a completely overhauled admin panel and posting interface, which features a completely new design style and is designed to make the whole blogging process easier and faster.

At the time of writing, there isn't an official post on the WordPress ...

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Why do you really use Linux?

An Amazing Mind, which subtitles itself as a psychology, self-improvement and Linux blog, has a very interesting post which talks about Linux, and people's motivations to use it.

We tell people we use Linux because it's secure. Or because it's free, because it's customizable, because it's free (the other meaning), because it has excellent community support...

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But deep underneath, the real reason remains.

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Vino, Meet Security

Accessing your desktop from a remote location is fun. But anyone who wants to protect their data knows that it has to be secure. In a lot of cases, doing this requires configuring an SSH server with X11 forwarding.

Vino, GNOME's remote desktop (VNC) server, is nothing new. It has been around since GNOME 2.8, over three years ago. The only problem with it is the fact that ...

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