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StreamTuner2 – internet radio station and video browser

Friday 7th of June 2019 03:17:53 PM
StreamTuner2 is a GUI for browsing internet radio directories, music collections, and video services – grouped by genres or categories. It runs your preferred audio player or streamripper for recording.

Linux's Broadening Foundation

Friday 7th of June 2019 01:01:04 PM
It's time to embrace 5G, starting with the Edge in our homes and hands.

Vampire: The Masquerade - Coteries of New York announced with Linux support

Friday 7th of June 2019 11:59:32 AM
Vampire: The Masquerade - Coteries of New York has been announced and it will have full Linux support.

You can Easily Install Matlab on Linux for a While Now

Friday 7th of June 2019 10:58:00 AM
Many people are still under the illusion that Matlab does not work on Linux, and that it currently only works on Windows. This belief is false, and Linux has been officially supported by Matlab for many years now.

Powers of stash and rebase fall into the hands of noobs with GitHub Desktop 2.0

Friday 7th of June 2019 09:56:28 AM
Still no official Linux version? GitHub Desktop 2.0 is here and brings with it new features including stashing and rebasing.…

Six-port networking appliance has extended temp support and optional SFP

Friday 7th of June 2019 08:54:56 AM
Lanner announced an NCR-1510 networking appliance with an Atom C3000 SoC and either 6x GbE ports or 4x GbE with 2x SFP. The mini-PCIe and M.2-equipped system is notable for offering -40 to 70°C support. Lanner’s 6-port NCR-1510 is its first networking computer with -40 to 70°C support. Although networking appliances are increasingly being deployed […]

A muggle's guide to AWK arrays: 1

Friday 7th of June 2019 07:53:24 AM
First in a series of posts for AWK users about the in's and out's of arrays. Array naming, index strings and value strings, with examples.

Zorin OS 15 nods at Ubuntu and welcomes Windows escapees

Friday 7th of June 2019 06:51:52 AM
Fit and finish, spit and polish, and Zorin Connect make the leap from 12 to 15. While Microsoft may be shoehorning the Linux kernel into Windows 10, veteran Linux flinger Zorin has applied some buffing to its Windows-like distro with a version 15 release.…

How to Configure Host Specific SSH Settings

Friday 7th of June 2019 05:50:20 AM
Do you manage multiple servers? This Linux quick tip will teach you how to set host specific SSH settings for each connection.

Rugged, Kaby Lake NVR computer has eight GbE ports with PoE

Friday 7th of June 2019 04:48:48 AM
Axiomtek’s fanless, Linux-ready “eBOX671-517-FL” industrial NVR computer provides 6th or 7th Gen Core CPUs, 8x PoE-enabled GbE ports, 2x SATA slots, and 4x mini-PCIe slots. Axiomtek has launched a rugged industrial computer for network video recorder (NVR) applications including security surveillance, optical inspection, and edge computing. The eBOX671-517-FL can connect up to 8x IP cameras […]

Screen Command Examples To Manage Multiple Terminal Sessions

Friday 7th of June 2019 03:47:16 AM
Basic usage of Screen command with examples in Linux.

Introduction to FirewallD Basics

Friday 7th of June 2019 02:45:44 AM
Now that FirewallD has taken iptables slot as the preferred host firewall, it's more important than ever to know the basics. In this tutorial we cover everything you need to know to start using FirewallD effectively.

5 Easy Ways To Free Up Space (Unwanted or Junk Files) on Ubuntu

Friday 7th of June 2019 01:44:12 AM
2DayGeek: Learn, how to housekeeping filesystem in Linux.

How to reset Ubuntu

Friday 7th of June 2019 12:42:40 AM
In this brief guide, we are going to look at how to reset Ubuntu operating system to its factory default settings by using the Resetter application.

Install and Use collectl Performance Monitoring Tool on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS

Thursday 6th of June 2019 11:41:08 PM
Collectl is a free, open source and light-weight performance monitoring tool that can be used to gather information of system resources such as, cpu, disk, memory, network, Infiniband, lustre, memory, nfs, slabs and many more. In this tutorial, we will learn how to install and use Collectl on Ubuntu 18.04 server.

How to navigate the Kubernetes learning curve

Thursday 6th of June 2019 10:39:36 PM
In Kubernetes is a dump truck, I talked about how a tool can be elegant for the problem it was designed to solve—once you learn how to use it. In part 2 of this series, I[he]#039[/he]m going a little deeper into the Kubernetes[he]#039[/he] learning curve.

Getting Started With Nix Package Manager

Thursday 6th of June 2019 09:38:04 PM
This tutorial explains how to do package management operations such as installing, removing, updating, and upgrading packages using Nix package manager.

Akademy 2019 registration now open

Thursday 6th of June 2019 08:35:52 PM
Akademy is free to attend, however you need to register to reserve your space. Once you have registered, take a look at our guide on how to travel to Milan and check out the accommodation we have arranged and recommend for attendees. We also have a guide on how to get from different locations within Milan to Akademy. This guide also includes information on how to move around the city in general -- useful for sightseeing!

Chapter 6: Damning With Faint Praise - Take the Right Examples of Free Software and Exploit Them for Everything

Thursday 6th of June 2019 07:21:32 PM
You might not believe me if I tell you that we decide what “cool” means, unless you look at the results in real life.

How to Install Memcached on Debian 9

Thursday 6th of June 2019 06:07:12 PM
Memcached is a free and open-source high-performance in-memory key-value data store. It is mostly used to speed up applications by caching various objects from the results of database calls.

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Games: Strange Loop Games and City Builder

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

Latest Security FUD

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: