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How to Install the Arduino IDE in Ubuntu

Wednesday 12th of June 2019 11:21:10 PM
To get started in Arduino, you will need the Arduino IDE. Learn how to install Arduino IDDE in Ubuntu and get started on your new electronics project.

Installing alternative RPM versions in Fedora

Wednesday 12th of June 2019 10:19:38 PM
Modularity enables Fedora to provide alternative versions of RPM packages in the repositories. Several different applications, language runtimes, and tools are available in multiple versions, build natively for each Fedora release.  The Fedora Magazine has already covered Modularity in Fedora 28 Server Edition about a year ago. Back then, it was just an optional repository […]

Skylake box PC has 6x GbE with optional PoE and Myriad X support

Wednesday 12th of June 2019 09:18:06 PM
Lanner’s Linux-ready, Skylake-U based “LEC-2580” industrial PC offers 6x GbE ports with optional PoE plus 2x HDMI, 2x SATA bays, and dual mini-PCIe slots that support Myriad X neural processing cards. Lanner’s press release for the LEC-2580 talks almost exclusively about its support for Intel Movidius Myriad X neural processing cards backed up by “seamless […]

Speed Up Gnome Shell On Fedora 30 Using This Copr Repository

Wednesday 12th of June 2019 08:16:34 PM
There's a Copr repository for Fedora 30 that presumably speeds up Gnome Shell and Mutter by adding some patches. The repository also has builds for Fedora 29, and while they are no longer maintained, they should still work.

How to Secure a Linux Home Server

Wednesday 12th of June 2019 07:15:02 PM
Setting up a Linux home server is relatively easy, but securing it is another story altogether. Learn how you can secure your Linux home server.

Mozilla Firefox 67.0.2 Released with Various Improvements and Bug Fixes

Wednesday 12th of June 2019 06:13:30 PM
Mozilla released today the second maintenance update to the latest Firefox 67 "Quantum" web browser for all supported platforms, including GNU/Linux, macOS, and Microsoft Windows.

GParted 1.0, AMD Ryzen 3000, Zorin OS, Krita, HiddenWasp, Google Stadia | This Week in Linux 69

Wednesday 12th of June 2019 05:11:58 PM
On this episode of This Week in Linux, we have a LOT of new releases to talk about from applications to distros and even some hardware news.

How to Set Up a Home VPN Server with Raspberry Pi

Wednesday 12th of June 2019 04:10:26 PM
Did you know that with a Raspberry Pi and a free afternoon, you could build your own VPN? Learn how to create your own home VPN server with Raspberry Pi

Popcorn SBCs include a Chip reboot plus quad- and octa-core Amlogic models

Wednesday 12th of June 2019 03:08:54 PM
Source Parts has gone to Kickstarter to reboot the open-spec Chip SBC as a $49 and up “Original Popcorn.” There are also two “Super Popcorn” models that swap the Allwinner GR8 for a quad-core, Cortex-A53 Amlogic S905D or octa-core -A53 S912. The nice thing about fully open source SBCs such as Next Thing Co.’s Chip […]

How to find your Jenkins admin password on Kubernetes

Wednesday 12th of June 2019 02:07:22 PM
The tooling to make Kubernetes easier to navigate is so good at times, I get surprised when I can[he]#039[/he]t find a simple way to get an answer. As someone who doesn[he]#039[/he]t use Kubernetes day-to-day, any intermediate level of troubleshooting turns into an afternoon of first, questioning my sanity and second, considering a job as a shepherd or something else that[he]#039[/he]s away from the keyboard.

KDE Plasma 5.16 Desktop Is Now Available for Kubuntu and Ubuntu 19.04 Users

Wednesday 12th of June 2019 01:05:50 PM
The Kubuntu development team announced today that the recently released KDE Plasma 5.16 desktop environment is now available for installation on Kubuntu 19.04 (Disco Dingo) systems.

Best Free Books to Learn about Haskell

Wednesday 12th of June 2019 12:04:18 PM
The focus of this article is to select the finest free Haskell books which help programmers master this language, and develop an in-depth understanding of the benefits that this programming language offers. Each book is available to download without payment. Some of the books are available to purchase too.

Wind River Linux adds Docker and Kubernetes support for the edge

Wednesday 12th of June 2019 10:49:58 AM
The latest version of Wind River Linux debuts an “OverC” container stack that eases integration of frameworks such as Docker and Kubernetes on edge devices. The Yocto-based embedded distro is available in open source and commercial versions. When reading about the latest, container-friendly version of the market-leading commercial Wind River Linux distribution, we were struck […]

Bash Xargs Command the Hard Way by Example

Wednesday 12th of June 2019 09:48:26 AM
xargs is an external command used to convert standard input to command line arguments that is said to stand for “extended arguments.” It was mainly created for use with commands not built to handle piped input or standard input such as rm, cp, echo 1 and other external commands only accepting arguments as parameters.

7 Reasons Why Firefox Is The Best Web Browser (for me)

Wednesday 12th of June 2019 08:46:54 AM
This is an opinion, I don’t expect everyone agree but these are some reasons why I prefer to use Firefox over any other browser. There are many other reasons but I had to draw a line somewhere. :D

How to Setup Jenkins with SSL with Nginx Reverse Proxy on Ubuntu 18.04

Wednesday 12th of June 2019 07:45:22 AM
How to Setup Jenkins with SSL with Nginx Reverse Proxy on Ubuntu 18.04. By default Jenkins listens on port 8080 with it’s in-built web server. But it is necessary to secure Jenkins with SSL for protecting the sensitive data.

Deluge BitTorrent Client 2.0 Released With Sequential Downloads, Now Uses Python3 And Gtk3

Wednesday 12th of June 2019 06:31:02 AM
Deluge BitTorrent client has reached version 2.0 stable recently, after more than 2 years since the previous stable release. The new stable Deluge version comes with major changes, including code ported to Python 3, Gtk UI ported to Gtk 2, sequential downloads support, a new logo, and much more.

17 Best Practical Examples of ls Command in Linux

Wednesday 12th of June 2019 05:16:42 AM
The ls command in Linux is used to list files and directories information inside the filesystem. It is the most basic command in the Linux systems. The ls command can also display additional information about files.

Money laundering and crypto-coin legislation could hurt open-source ecosystem

Wednesday 12th of June 2019 04:02:22 AM
The Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) and UK Open Rights Group have responded to an HM Treasury consultation on money laundering legislation, in particular to the suggestion that publishing open-source software should be subject to customer due diligence requirements.…

Securing the Kernel Stack

Wednesday 12th of June 2019 02:48:02 AM
The Linux kernel stack is a tempting target for attack. This is because thekernel needs to keep track of where it is. If a function gets called, whichthen calls another, which then calls another, the kernel needs to rememberthe order they were all called, so that each function can return to thefunction that called it. To do that, the kernel keeps a "stack" of valuesrepresenting the history of its current context.

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Debian GNU/Linux riscv64 port in mid 2019

As it can be seen in the first graph, perhaps with some difficulty, is that the percent of arch-dependent packages built for riscv64 (grey line) has been around or higher than 80% since mid 2018, just a few months after the port was added to the infrastructure. Given than the arch-dependent packages are about half of the Debian['s main, unstable] archive and that (in simple terms) arch-independent packages can be used by all ports (provided that the software that they rely on is present, e.g. a programming language interpreter), this means that around 90% of packages of the whole archive has been available for this architecture from early on. Read more

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Software: Synapse, Qmmp and LibreOffice

  • How to install and use Synapse, the MacOS Spotlight alternative for Linux
    Mac OS is everybody’s favorite, and there are several reasons behind it. One of the most useful utilities you can find on Mac OS is Spotlight, which makes searching for things a piece of cake, all directly from the desktop. While most developers have already designed similar utilities for Windows, the open-source Linux based operating systems are no exception, as well. Most Linux operating systems like Ubuntu have its own search functionality, but it can sometimes be troublesome to reach there and isn’t as powerful as Spotlight. So with Synapse for Linux, you can do just that, and boost the power of the search functionality on your system. With Synapse for Ubuntu, you can even search for things on the web, which is cool, as well. Some Linux distros like Lubuntu, don’t offer decent search functionality, and Synapse can be a great solution in such cases. With Synapse, searching is easy with just the navigation buttons on your keyboard, and you are ready to go. Synapse can be downloaded and installed from the Linux official repository. Synapse can also be configured to run on startup so that too don’t need to search for, and open Synapse, each time you need to use it.
  • Qmmp 1.3.3 Released with Floating PulseAudio, ALSA, OSS4 Support
    Qmmp, Qt based audio player, released version 1.3.3 with improvements and bug fixes. Here’s how to install it in Ubuntu 16.04, Ubuntu 18.04, Ubuntu 18.10, Ubuntu 19.04.
  • Office Suites for Ubuntu 18.04
    Today we are looking at different office suites for Ubuntu 18.04. LibreOffice is the default LibreOffice suite for Ubuntu but it is by all means not the only one. In this article, we will look at different office suites for Ubuntu and all of its pros and cons. All these Office Suites are available for at least all Ubuntu based distros, and the installation method is the same for all the Ubuntu based distros.
  • Week 3 Report
    I continue working on Rewriting the logger messages with the new DSL grammar: