When Linus says that he skimmed the code and it's so exciting that he's hoping it gets merged quickly, you know this is the next big thing in Linux. We talk to Jim Salter. He gives us a perspective from day 0. We discuss the new Google gaming box, and give you an tease about some upcoming information about Southeast Linuxfest.
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- Some testing notes on Wireguard – JRS Systems: the blog — I got super, super interested in Wireguard when Linus Torvalds heaped fulsome praise on its design (if you’re not familiar with Linus’ commentary, then trust me – that’s extremely fulsome in context) in an initial code review this week. Wireguard aims to be more secure and faster than competing VPN solutions; as far as security goes, it’s certainly one hell of a lot more auditable, at 4,000 lines of code compared to several hundred thousand lines of code for OpenVPN/OpenSSL or IPSEC/StrongSwan.
- Google game console LEAK: Google plan HUGE rival to Sony Playstation and Xbox | Gaming | Entertainment | Express.co.uk
- WireGuard: fast, modern, secure VPN tunnel
- Please welcome Lenovo to the LVFS – Technical Blog of Richard Hughes
- Thunderbird 60.0 release information - gHacks Tech News
- SouthEast LinuxFest | Linux in the GNU/South
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