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i.MX6 hacker board features M.2 and wide-range power

Thursday 30th of July 2015 11:45:23 AM
SolidRun has launched a high-end, Linux-ready “Edge” SBC to its i.MX6-based HummingBoard line, adding M.2 and eMMC storage, wide range power, and more I/O. SolidRun has revamped its line of sandwich-style, community-backed HummingBoard single board computers, adding a new high-end HummingBoard Edge model. Like the other HummingBoards, it runs Linux on swappable “MicroSOM” computer-on-modules running […]

Git a load of this: GitHub now valued at $2 billion

Thursday 30th of July 2015 10:48:12 AM
Investors pump yet more millions of dollars into online source-code siloGitHub has received a $250m infusion of venture-capital cash that values the code-sharing website at $2bn.…

CPU Pinning and NUMA Topology on RDO Kilo upgraded via qemu-kvm-ev-2.1.2 on CentOS 7.1

Thursday 30th of July 2015 09:51:01 AM
Recent build on CentOS 7.X qemu-kvm-ev-2.1.2-23.el7.1 enables CPU Pinning and NUMA Topology for RDO Kilo on CentOS 7.1. Qemu-kvm upgrade is supposed to be done as post installation procedure.Final target is to perform launching nova instance with CPU pinning on on i7 4790 Haswell CPU box.

An Everyday Linux User Review Of Android x86

Thursday 30th of July 2015 08:53:50 AM
In this review of Android x86 I have tried to work out whether Android really can ever work on a normal laptop. Whilst largely frustrating I did get some positive results in the end.

Canonical Says Ubuntu-Based Docker Images Are Not a Copyright Violation

Thursday 30th of July 2015 07:56:39 AM
Canonical said through the voice of Dustin Kirkland that you can use Ubuntu with Docker without violating any copyright policy, contradicting what Matthew Garrett said in a blog post just a week ago.

Microsoft admits critical .NET Framework 4.6 bug, issues workaround

Thursday 30th of July 2015 06:59:28 AM
F# developers asked to avoid it until a complete fix is ready. Microsoft has published a workaround for a critical bug in the .NET Framework 4.6 that can result in incorrect parameters being passed, with unpredictable results.

Will an upgrade to Windows 10 on a dual-boot system mess GRUB up?

Thursday 30th of July 2015 06:02:17 AM
This short post is for those running a system on which Windows 7 or 8 (or 8.1) is installed in dual-boot fashion with one or more Linux distributions. If you have such a system and are wondering whether the integrity of the Linux side will survive an upgrade to Windows 10, well, it depends.

Open source: Free as in speech, beer - or puppy?

Thursday 30th of July 2015 05:05:06 AM
When you put your code out under an open source licence, how much control can you expect over what it's used for? Open source has often been described as 'free as in speech, rather than free as in beer'. Yes, it's software that's free to use, but the lack of a price tag isn't always the main point.

Getting physical: A $10 device to clone RFID access keys on the go

Thursday 30th of July 2015 04:07:55 AM
A $10 device capable of skimming access cards on the go is soon to be released into the open-source community.

Snappy Ubuntu Core 15.04 Gets a Second Stable Release

Thursday 30th of July 2015 03:10:44 AM
A second Snappy Ubuntu Core 15.04 iteration has been released by Canonical, and the new version comes with a reworked boot logic for BeagleBone Black, among other features.

Carrier adds Arduino and MCU hooks to Zynq ARM/FPGA COM

Thursday 30th of July 2015 02:13:33 AM
Avnet released a carrier board for its Linux-driven, FPGA-enabled MicroZed COMs featuring an Arduino shield interface and hooks to an optional MCU board. The MicroZed Carrier Card Kit for Arduino extends Avnet’s SBC-like MicroZed computer-on-module with Arduino and MCU expansion.

ROSA R6 "Desktop Fresh" Screencast and Screenshots

Thursday 30th of July 2015 01:16:22 AM
The ROSA company gladly presents ROSA Desktop Fresh R6, the number 6 in the "R" lineup of the free ROSA distros with the KDE desktop as a main graphical environment.As always, the distro presents a vast collection of games and emulators and the Steam platform package along with standard suite of audio and video communications software including the newest version of Skype. All modern video formats are supported. The distribution includes the fresh LibreOffice version, the full TeX suite for true nerds as well, along with best Linux desktop publishing, text editing and polygraphy WYSISYG software. The LAMP/C++/… environment packages are waiting to be installed by true hackers.

Secure Server Deployments in Hostile Territory, Part II

Thursday 30th of July 2015 12:19:11 AM
In my last article, I started a series on some of the challenges related to spawningsecure servers on Amazon EC2. In that column, I discussed some of the overallchallenges EC2 presents for security compared to a traditional infrastructureand elaborated on how I configure security groups and manage secrets.

How to install ownCloud Client on Ubuntu 14.04 Desktop

Wednesday 29th of July 2015 11:22:00 PM
This tutorial describes how to connect an Ubuntu 14.04 Desktop with an ownCloud server by using the ownCloud desktop client.

Autosport Labs injects open source into motorsports

Wednesday 29th of July 2015 10:24:49 PM
Brent Picasso is CEO and co-founder of Autosport Labs (ASL), a company that develops open source motorsports technology. Their innovations allow enthusiasts to explore and enhance auto systems and to contribute back to the community.In this interview, I sat down with Brent and Ryan Doherty, principal at ASL, to talk about being more

The Penguin or the Egg: How To Increase Adoption Of Desktop Linux

Wednesday 29th of July 2015 09:27:38 PM
Dual-booting Windows and Linux really sucks. It’s not because I hate Windows, either. It’s because I feel it should be unnecessary. It’s a half-measure that allows a lot of Linux users to play games or get things done.

KDE Plasma Goes Mobile

Wednesday 29th of July 2015 08:30:27 PM
While it joins an already crowded field, with the likes of Android, Ubuntu Touch, Firefox OS and others already in the mobile OS space, Plasma Mobile “offers a free — as in freedom and beer — user-friendly, privacy-enabling, customizable platform for mobile devices,” wrote Sebastian Kugler, a lead architect, on KDE’s website. “Plasma Mobile is currently under development with a prototype available providing basic functions to run on a smartphone.”

KDE at FISL 16

Wednesday 29th of July 2015 07:33:16 PM
5281 free software passionate people met in Porto Alegre (South Brazil) for the 16th FISL edition, enjoying activities such as talks, panels, hackathons, workshops, and community meetings. All kinds of FLOSS-related topics were in place: development, translation, artwork, education, robotics, entrepreneurship, audio-visual, women and gender, politics, academia and research ...

6 top continuous integration tools

Wednesday 29th of July 2015 06:36:05 PM
Continuous integration is an integral part of an agile software development setup. Sprint after sprint, teams strive to "not break the build" while delivering incremental features. But when developers focus completely on adding features, code errors can sometimes creep in and render the software unusable. To stop such errors from being integrated into the SCM, a CI server is the gatekeeper that helps keep a tab on code quality. Even if the code is integrated to SCM, a CI server can very quickly tell you what went wrong. In this post, let's take a look at six open source CI server tools that you can use in your agile more

Tips for how to plan an open source event

Wednesday 29th of July 2015 05:38:54 PM
At OSCON this year, Kara Sowles and Francesca Krihely gave an amazing workshop on how to plan and run tech events. So many tech events I've attended have looked completely seamless, so I wanted to know what went in to planning events like more

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