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Shade (6644) writes "Well over one and a half year in the works, the latest and greatest release of GNU Emacs was made officially available today. Highlights of this release include a built-in web browser, improved multi-monitor and fullscreen support, "electric" indentation enabled by default, support for saving and restoring the state of frames and windows, pixel-based resizing for frames and windows, support for digitally signed ELisp packages, support for menus in text terminals and much more. Read the official announcement and the full list of changes for more information."
extrafu (1924872) writes "PacketFence v4.2 has been released and is available for download. This updated version includes new features like hotspot-style enforcement support, a Catalyst-based captive portal allowing easier customizations, many telco-oriented features (WRIX, inline layer 3, status page to extend network access, etc.), brand new Android provisioning agent, new equipment support from Enterasys, Huawei and Juniper, improved Eduroam integration and many performance improvements. If you are facing BYOD challenges and wondering how to handle theses devices with the networking equipment you have? Look at PacketFence! A VMWare appliance is available for download, as well as Live CD (or USB) version." Link to Original Source