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Destination Linux 141 - CentOS Stream, Fedora, Endeavour OS, Oracle Pi Cluster, GNOME Lawsuit

Saturday 5th of October 2019 07:03:55 AM
On DL141 CentOS Stream, Fedora 31 Better Multimedia Codec Support, Endeavour OS Release, Oracle Builds Super Computer with Pi, Shotwell Patent Trolls, Xbox/Windows Exclusivity Stance, Broken Lines RPG

PostgreSQL puts the pedal to the metal with some smart indexing tweaks in version 12

Saturday 5th of October 2019 05:15:03 AM
Open-source veteran not above the odd speed increaseOpen-source database darling PostgreSQL emitted a new version of its eponymous database last night with more nods to standard SQL and a performance boost.…

How to Run the Top Command in Batch Mode

Saturday 5th of October 2019 03:26:11 AM
2DayGeek: This article will help you to learn how to run the top command in Batch Mode.

Quantum computing, the open source way

Saturday 5th of October 2019 01:37:19 AM
//-->The quantum vision of reality is both strange and mesmerizing at the same time. As theoretical physicist Michio Kaku once said, "Common sense has no place in quantum mechanics."read more

Troubleshooting slow servers: How to check CPU, RAM, and Disk I/O

Friday 4th of October 2019 11:48:27 PM
When all you have to go on is a user report, how do you get started debugging server speed? We are here to help!

How to Change a Git Commit Message

Friday 4th of October 2019 10:33:28 PM
When working with Git, you might encounter a situation where you need to edit a commit message. There are number of reasons why you would want to make the change, such as fixing a typo, removing sensitive information, or adding additional information.

LFCS – How to Recover ROOT Password

Friday 4th of October 2019 09:18:30 PM
There are many reasons why a Root password may be lost or forgotten. In business settings it may be as simple as the administrator no longer works for the company.

How to Make Use of the echo Command in Linux

Friday 4th of October 2019 08:03:31 PM
The echo command may seem like a useless command, but under the hood it's surprisingly useful. Here are some ways to make use of the echo command in Linux.

In Fedora 31, 32-bit i686 is 86ed

Friday 4th of October 2019 06:48:33 PM
The release of Fedora 31 drops the 32-bit i686 kernel, and as a result bootable images. While there may be users out there who still have hardware which will not work with the 64-bit x86_64 kernel, there are very few. However, this article gives you the whole story behind the change, and what 32-bit material […]

Excellent Utilities: Ananicy – auto nice daemon

Friday 4th of October 2019 05:56:23 PM
Prioritize applications’ CPU and IO scheduling is a good way to improve performance on what really matters. This can be actioned per command with nice and ionice commands, but there’s a better way. Ananicy is a shell daemon created to manage processes’ IO and CPU priorities, with community-driven set of rules for popular applications.

9 essential GNU binutils tools

Friday 4th of October 2019 05:04:14 PM
Imagine not having access to a software's source code but still being able to understand how the software is implemented, find vulnerabilities in it, and—better yet—fix the bugs. All of this in binary form. It sounds like having superpowers, doesn't it?You, too, can possess such superpowers, and the GNU binary utilities (binutils) are a good starting point. The GNU binutils are a collection of binary tools that are installed by default on all Linux more

History of FSF and Free Software Matters

Friday 4th of October 2019 04:12:04 PM
Remarks on Richard Stallman, whose signature now emphasises that he founded the FSF and probably belongs back in its board

How To Install Apache on CentOS 8

Friday 4th of October 2019 03:19:55 PM
From all the web servers available, the Apache Web Server is probably one of the most popular ones.Developed by the Apache Foundation, Apache is so popular that it runs 70% of all the webservers online.

Virage GNU/Linux: A new distro for audio and video works, based on Devuan

Friday 4th of October 2019 02:27:45 PM
Virage GNU/Linux is a new spanish distro speciallized and optimized for audio/video worksVirage GNU/Linux is 100% based on the stable branch of Devuan (A Debian fork without systemd) and uses the same repositories to mantain stability and coherence bring on Devuan.

Whiskey Lake squeezes onto Pico-ITX board

Friday 4th of October 2019 01:35:36 PM
Commell’s Linux-friendly “LP-178” Pico-ITX board features Intel’s Whiskey Lake-UE CPUs at up to 4.4GHz turbo and offers up to 16GB DDR4, triple displays, SATA III, 2x GbE, and 2x 10Gbps USB 3.1 Gen 2 ports. Commell announced the first Pico-ITX board we’ve seen based on Intel’s 8th Gen “Whiskey Lake” U- or 10-year available UE-series […]

5 AI fears and how to address them

Friday 4th of October 2019 12:31:18 PM
IT leaders implementing AI will encounter fears – many of them well-founded. The trick is to focus on these real-world concerns, not the time-traveling robot assassins

Flatpak 1.5 Linux App Sandboxing Rolls Out with New Features, Many Improvements

Friday 4th of October 2019 10:59:49 AM
The Flatpak Linux application sandboxing and distribution framework has been updated today to version 1.5, a major release that introduces many improvements and new features.

How to Install GlassFish with Nginx as a Reverse Proxy on Debian 10

Friday 4th of October 2019 09:28:19 AM
GlassFish is a light-weight application server and supports different Java-based technologies like Enterprise JavaBeans, JPA, JavaServer Faces, JMS, and many more. In this tutorial, we will explain how to install GlassFish on Debian 10 with Nginx as a reverse proxy.

How to guess the field separator in a table

Friday 4th of October 2019 07:56:50 AM
So I download the table "blahblahblah.csv" for data auditing. Muttering a quick prayer to MIME, the goddess of file formats, I open the table. Yes! Despite the ".csv" filename suffix, the table is actually tab-separated, not comma-separated. Once again I've escaped the dreaded Curse of the CSV Monster. But did I have to actually open the file to check the format?

How to fix WiFi not working on Ubuntu?

Friday 4th of October 2019 06:25:20 AM
A WiFi connection is a common issue that can be either a software or a hardware issue. In Ubuntu, the NetworkManager makes the connection to wifi without you having to perform any manual task. At times however unexpected things might occur and you will have to configure or adjust the connection settings by yourself.

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Ubuntu 19.10 (Eoan Ermine) Enters Final Freeze Ahead of October 17th Release

As of October 10th, the Ubuntu 19.10 release is officially in Final Freeze, the last step of its development stage, which means that only release critical bugs affecting the ISO images or the installers will be accepted in the archives. Release Candidate images are also now available for testing to ensure an uneventful and smooth release. "We will shut down cronjobs and spin some RC images late Friday or early Saturday once the archive and proposed-migration have settled a bit, and we expect everyone with a vested interest in a flavour (or two) and a few spare hours here and there to get to testing to make sure we have another uneventful release next week," said Adam Conrad. Read more

KDE neon 5.17

KDE neon 5.17 is out. You can upgrade your existing KDE neon User Edition install or install fresh from an ISO image or run the Docker image. Featuring Plasma 5.17 it is packed full of new features according to OMG Ubuntu. Read more

Games: The Universim, POSTAL 4: No Regerts, RPCS3, Shadow of the Tomb Raider, Games Archive and X-Plane

  • City building god sim 'The Universim' will now let you launch rockets with satellites into orbit

    The Universim is slowly turning into a city building god game truly worth playing, with the Sky High update now available expanding the game into planetary orbit. Being able to actually launch things into space is a stepping stone towards visiting other planets. Currently, the Cosmodrome will allow you to send up Defence Satellites that will enable ground to air defences for your Defence Towers. So now you have a reasonable chance to take down meteors and other threats from space.

  • POSTAL 4: No Regerts released into Early Access, Linux version likely in future

    Running With Scissors are back, with a surprise release of POSTAL 4: No Regerts on Steam and a Linux version is looking likely in future. Naturally, someone posted on Steam to ask about the possibility of Linux support. This is something that happens a lot but here it's a bit different. RWS already supported Linux with multiple previous Postal releases.

  • PlayStation 3 emulator RPCS3 is coming along quickly with their August progress report up

    Delayed as usual due to the progress reports being done by contributors, the team working on the PlayStation 3 emulator RPCS3 have another post up to show off more incredible progress. To start with, they have again changed how they list what games are playable and not with the removal of games that won't work due to servers being shut down. They said even if RPCS3 becomes 100% complete, they wouldn't work unless someone accurately emulated and hosted servers for them. With that in mind, they also did a lot of testing of games that previously only went in-game to see how many are now properly playable. Thanks to all the testing, the Playable category has jumped up to 1,426 titles!

  • Shadow of the Tomb Raider Definitive Edition arrives on Linux on November 5th

    Feral Interactive have finally confirmed the Linux release date for Shadow of the Tomb Raider after announcing it for Linux back in November last year. They've said today it will officially release as "Shadow of the Tomb Raider Definitive Edition" on November 5th! Looking around at dates, technically this is the earliest we've seen any of the newer Tomb Raider series arrive on Linux. The first Tomb Raider came to Linux in 2016 after an original 2013 release, with Rise of the Tomb Raider arriving on Linux 2018 after an original 2016 release and we get the final game in the reboot trilogy next month!

  • The Internet Archive website has added another 2,500 MS-DOS games

    Another point scored for game preservation. The Internet Archive have added another 2,500 MS-DOS games you can play right in your browser. In their official announcement, they said that while they've added a few more to their collection here and there this is the biggest yet and it ranges from "tiny recent independent productions to long-forgotten big-name releases from decades ago".

  • 2,500 More MS-DOS Games Playable at the Archive

    Another few thousand DOS Games are playable at the Internet Archive! Since our initial announcement in 2015, we’ve added occasional new games here and there to the collection, but this will be our biggest update yet, ranging from tiny recent independent productions to long-forgotten big-name releases from decades ago.

  • Vulkan support is not far away now for the flight sim X-Plane 11, physics & flight model updates coming

    X-Plane 11, the detailed flight simulator is finally closing in on an update that will bring in Vulkan support as detailed in a new developer blog post.

7 Linux Applications You Should Start Using Right Now

Linux used to be the go-to operating system among the tech-savvy crowd. Because back in the day, it was a lot more demanding to use. Now Linux has modern, user-friendly distributions such as Ubuntu and Mint. The application repository they have in common has matured too. Customizing it to your heart’s desire is now easier than ever before. And this should be the end goal — to mold the OS into a tool that’s custom-tailored to your needs. So if you haven’t already, consider installing the following types of applications. Read more