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Industrial IoT gateway based on Raspberry Pi CM4 supports Ignition Edge

Sunday 18th of September 2022 04:32:12 AM
OnLogic’s IGN800 is a fanless industrial-grade Edge Gateway powered by the Raspberry Pi CM4 and pre-loaded with Ignition Edge software. The device can be customized with up to 8GB of RAM, 32GB of eMMC storage, 2TB of SATA SSD and dual GbE LAN ports. The IGN800 accommodates the Raspberry Pi CM4 which features the Quad-Core […]

EndeavourOS Artemis Nova Released with Linux Kernel 5.19, Vanilla GRUB Experience

Sunday 18th of September 2022 02:20:40 AM
EndeavourOS developer Bryan Poerwo released today a new version of this popular Arch Linux-based GNU/Linux distribution of the masses, EndeavourOS Artemis Nova.

3 Best GUI Pacman Frontends for Arch Linux-Based Distributions

Sunday 18th of September 2022 12:09:09 AM
Arch Linux has long won advanced Linux users’ hearts due to the ultimate control it puts in their hands. This article shows the best graphical Pacman frontends for quickly and easily installing, updating, and removing software on Arch.

How to Install Graylog Centralized Log Management System on Rocky Linux

Saturday 17th of September 2022 09:57:38 PM
Graylog is a free and open-source log-management platform for capturing, storing, and enabling real-time analysis of your data and logs. It's written in Java and built on top of other open-source software like MongoDB and Elasticsearch.

Schoko Computer equipped with Lattice FPGA and runs on Linux

Saturday 17th of September 2022 07:46:07 PM
The Schoko Computer is a general-purpose computer featuring the Lattice ECP5 FPGA which can be configured as a RISC-V SoC capable of running Linux. The device is hand-assembled by the German company Machdyne and they ensured to provide support for firmware, software and other open-source tools. The ECP5 FPGA from Lattice Semiconductors found on the […]

4 Ways to Increase the Battery Life of Your Linux Laptop

Saturday 17th of September 2022 05:34:36 PM
If you're a Linux laptop user and hoping to extend your battery life as much as possible, here are some ways to improve your Linux battery life.

How To Run Only The Programs In A Directory Via Sudo In Linux

Saturday 17th of September 2022 03:23:05 PM
This brief guide explains how to allow an user to run all programs in a directory via sudo and deny the user to run programs in other directories in Linux and Unix-like systems.

How to Check What Version of Ubuntu You're Running

Saturday 17th of September 2022 01:11:34 PM
This tutorial will show you how to check what version of Ubuntu you’re running. Includes instructions for both CLI and GUI.

The next deep magic Linux program to change the world? Io_uring

Saturday 17th of September 2022 11:00:03 AM
Even Torvalds pronounces it 'fairly sane'. Column A few years ago developers knew eBPF as a handy way to build firewalls yet now it's used everywhere for everything. Get ready for io_uring to do the same.…

GNOME’s Libadwaita 1.2 Released with Exciting Improvements

Saturday 17th of September 2022 08:48:31 AM
Some of the new features of Libadwaita 1.2 include messages adaptive layout, a new type of boxed list rows containing an inline entry, and more. Here's what's new.

How to Install and Monitor Servers with Checkmk on Ubuntu 22.04

Saturday 17th of September 2022 06:37:00 AM
Checkmk is a server and application monitoring software written in Python and C++. It supports the monitoring of servers, applications, networks, containers, and clouds. In this tutorial, you will learn how to install and monitor servers using Checkmk on a Ubuntu 22.04 machine.

LibreOffice 7.4 Office Suite Gets First Point Release, 80 Bugs Fixed

Saturday 17th of September 2022 04:25:29 AM
The Document Foundation announced today the general availability of LibreOffice 7.4.1 as the first point release to the latest and greatest LibreOffice 7.4 open-source, free, and cross-platform office suite.

Best Free and Open Source Alternatives to Microsoft Whiteboard

Saturday 17th of September 2022 02:13:57 AM
Microsoft Whiteboard provides a freeform, intelligent canvas where?you and your team can create, and collaborate visually via the cloud. Designed for touch, type, and pen, it lets you write or draw as smoothly as you would with ink.

Using Python and NetworkManager to control the network

Saturday 17th of September 2022 12:02:26 AM
NetworkManager is the default network management service on Fedora and several other Linux distributions. Its main purpose is to take care of things like setting up interfaces, adding addresses and routes to them and configuring other network related aspects of the system, such as DNS. There are other tools that offer similar functionality. However one […]

Linux luminaries discuss efforts to bring Rust to the kernel

Friday 16th of September 2022 09:50:55 PM
After 31 years, a second programming language will be allowed inOpen Source Summit Both Linus Torvalds' Open Source Summit keynote and Jonathan Corbet's "Kernel Report" discussed efforts to allow Rust modules in Linux.…

How to Install Neos CMS on Ubuntu 22.04

Friday 16th of September 2022 07:39:24 PM
Neos CMS is a free, open-source, and innovative content management system that helps you to manage websites and blogs without any coding knowledge. In this tutorial, we will show you how to install Neos CMS with Apache and Let's Encrypt SSL on Ubuntu 22.04 server.

Install Linux Mint As Dual Boot System Complete Guide

Friday 16th of September 2022 09:33:00 AM
Step-by-step tutorial on installing Linux Mint alongside Windows 11 (or Windows 10) and creating a dual boot system.

How to Install JasperReports with Nginx Proxy on Ubuntu 22.04

Friday 16th of September 2022 07:21:29 AM
JasperReports is a free and open-source java reporting engine and class library that helps developers to add reporting capabilities to their applications. It is a stand-alone and embeddable reporting server that provides reporting and analytics functionality.

KDE Plasma 5.26 Desktop Environment Enters Public Beta Testing, Here’s What’s New

Friday 16th of September 2022 05:09:58 AM
The KDE Project released today the beta version of the upcoming KDE Plasma 5.26 desktop environment to give us an early taste of the new features and enhancements expected in the final release next month.

Linus Torvalds: Rust may make it into the next Linux kernel after all

Friday 16th of September 2022 02:58:26 AM
At Open Source Summit Europe, Linus Torvalds announced that he would push to get Rust into the forthcoming 6.1 Linux kernel that same day.

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