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Odd Realm is a sandbox settlement builder inspired by Dwarf Fortress and Rimworld with Linux support

Monday 12th of November 2018 11:43:56 PM
Inspired by the likes of Dwarf Fortress and Rimworld, Odd Realm is a sandbox settlement builder currently in Early Access on itch with full Linux support.

How to set up PySpark for your Jupyter notebook

Monday 12th of November 2018 10:29:36 PM
Apache Spark is one of the hottest frameworks in data science. It realizes the potential of bringing together big data and machine learning. This is because:read more

OpenStack vs. Cloud Foundry vs. Kubernetes: What Fits Where?

Monday 12th of November 2018 09:15:16 PM
VIDEO: Thomas Di Giacomo, CTO at SUSE, explains how the three major open-source cloud technologies intersect at his company.

Avoiding senior moments with command-line functions

Monday 12th of November 2018 08:00:56 PM
The trick is to make the documentation available on the CLI. Also, how to get a "yes" or "no" answer from grep.

Debian GNU/Linux 9.6 "Stretch" Released with Hundreds of Updates, Download Now

Monday 12th of November 2018 06:46:36 PM
The Debian Project announced the general availability of the sixth point release to the latest stable Debian GNU/Linux 9 "Stretch" operating system series.

Model the brain with the NEST simulator on Fedora

Monday 12th of November 2018 05:32:16 PM
The latest version of the NEST simulator is now available in Fedora as part of the NeuroFedora initiative.  NEST is a standard tool used by computational neuroscientists to make large scale computer models of the brain  that are needed to investigate among other things, how the brain processes information. The NEST Eco-system NEST offers a […]

System76 Thelio, Fedora 29, Solus Update, Samsung DeX, i3wm, ProtonDB | This Week in Linux 43

Monday 12th of November 2018 04:17:56 PM
on TWinL43: Lutris, KDE Connect, openSUSE's Legal Review System, Sailfish 3.0, Cinnamon 4.0, GIMP, System76 Thelio, Fedora 29, Solus Update, Samsung DeX, i3wm, ProtonDB & much more!

A Trash-Bin for the Ubuntu Command Line

Monday 12th of November 2018 03:03:36 PM
In this article, we will explain a few ways to safely remove files through the Ubuntu command line and also install a Trash CLI so that files can be recovered if we have deleted them by mistake.

Behind the scenes with Linux containers

Monday 12th of November 2018 12:49:38 PM
Can you have Linux containers without Docker? Without OpenShift? Without Kubernetes?read more

AsciiDoc – text document format for writing

Monday 12th of November 2018 11:28:21 AM
AsciiDoc is a lightweight markup language for writing notes, documentation, articles, books, ebooks, slideshows, web pages, man pages and blogs. It’s a plain text human readable/writable document format that dates back to 2002.

7 Best free & Open source Linux Mint & Ubuntu music player

Monday 12th of November 2018 06:00:39 AM
we have created this list of top Linux music player those work on both Ubuntu and Linux Mint... So, without further delay let’s see the Top & Best free plus open-source Linux Mint and Ubuntu Music player.

How To Install and Configure GitLab on CentOS 7

Monday 12th of November 2018 02:11:55 AM
GitLab is a web-based open source Git repository manager written in Ruby including wiki, issue management, code review, monitoring and continuous integration and deployment. It enables developers to build,deploy and run their applications. This tutorial covers the steps necessary for installing and configuring GitLab (CE) on a CentOS 7 system using the Omnibus packages.

Installing Vundle: The Plugin Manager For Vim

Sunday 11th of November 2018 08:22:11 PM
Today, this guide will present a step-by-step guide of how to install and configure Vundle (Vim Bundle) from GitHub, and what issues you may face when installing Vundle. As many of you may know, vim is a console-based text editor that has numerous advanced features. One such feature is that its functionality can be extended and customized using plugins written by other people. Managing these plugins, however, can be rather tedious. Vundle attempts to assist users in managing these plugins for you by providing an interface.

How to Install MariaDB on Ubuntu 16.04

Sunday 11th of November 2018 01:56:29 PM
MariaDB is a community-developed fork of MySQL. It is a free and open source, very fast, stable and scalable database server, which makes it one of the most used database servers in the world. It is an improved, drop-in replacement for popular MySQL Database Server. In this tutorial, we will show you how to install MariaDB on Ubuntu 16.04. Installing MariaDB on Ubuntu 16.04 is an easy task, and if you carefully follow the steps of this tutorial, you should have it installed on your system in less than 10 minutes. Let’s get started.

How to install Apache Maven on CentOS 7

Sunday 11th of November 2018 11:04:56 AM
Apache Maven is a free and open source project management and comprehension tool used primarily for Java projects. Maven uses a Project Object Model (POM) which is essentially a XML file containing information about the project, configuration details, the project’s dependencies, and so on. In this tutorial we will show you two different ways to install Apache Maven on CentOS 7.

Snapdragon 2100 dev kit arrives as Fossil debuts smartwatch for new Snapdragon 3100

Sunday 11th of November 2018 08:13:23 AM
Intrinsyc has launched an Android-based Open-Q 2500 SOM module and development kit for smartwatches based on the Snapdragon 2500. Meanwhile, Fossil unveiled the first watch to run Wear OS on the next-gen Snapdragon 3100. Intrinsyc has followed up on last year’s smartwatch oriented Open?Q 2100 SOM, featuring Qualcomm’s Snapdragon Wear 2100 SoC, with a new […]

Snapshot Games have cancelled the Linux version of Phoenix Point

Sunday 11th of November 2018 05:21:50 AM
Some news that I'm not particularly happy about. Snapshot Games, which includes X-COM creator Julian Gollop, have announced they've cancelled the Linux version of Phoenix Point.

Linux-driven 96Boards SBC features AI and RISC-V companion chips

Sunday 11th of November 2018 02:30:17 AM
Bitmain announced a “Sophon BM1880 EDB” 96Boards CE SBC featuring its new Sophon BM1880 AI chip plus dual Cortex-A53 cores that run Linux. There’s also a RISC-V chip and optional Raspberry Pi and Arduino modules. Beijing-based Bitmain, which is known primarily as a leading vendor of bitcoin mining chips and computers, also has a “Sophon” […]

Paging Linux Users: What Made You Give Up on Windows?

Sunday 11th of November 2018 12:35:55 AM
Once described by Microsoft as “a cancer,” the Linux world has become a key focus for Microsoft these days, especially as part of the company’s transformation started shortly after Satya Nadella took over the CEO role from Steve Ballmer.

FDA releases open source code, open source software gets emotional, and more news

Saturday 10th of November 2018 10:41:33 PM
In this edition of our open source news roundup, we take a look at two open source companies getting funding, the FDA open sources app code, Barcelona upping its open source investment, and more.Open source firms finish funding roundsIn the last two weeks, IBM's acquisition of Red Hat led the open source business headlines. But two other companies that develop open source software also made some bold financial moves that filled their coffers quite nicely.read more

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    Downloading YouTube Videos on Ubuntu Linux is not that much difficult as it appears. Lots of newbies think that Windows is the only platform to download online Youtube videos due to the availability of tons of free YouTube downloader software for it. However, after going through this article their opinion would be changed forever because not only normal videos but 4K videos can be downloaded on the Linux platforms as easy as on Windows.
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Interview With Mark Shuttleworth

Mark Shuttleworth delivered an unashamed plug for Ubuntu while cheerfully throwing a little shade on the competition at the OpenStack Berlin 2018 summit last week. If Nick Barcet of Red Hat had elicited gasps by suggesting the OpenStack Foundation (OSF) might consider releasing updates a bit more frequently, Shuttleworth sent eyebrows skywards by announcing that the latest Long Term Support (LTS) edition of Ubuntu, 18.04, would get 10 years of support. Read more

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