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How to install Known on a CentOS 7 VPS

Saturday 18th of April 2015 01:38:48 PM
Known is quite new and promising open-source publishing and collaboration platform that allows individuals or groups to share their stories to a wide range of social media services.

Power-sipping IP camera SoC gains Linux dev kit

Saturday 18th of April 2015 11:44:26 AM
Ambarella has launched a Linux-ready reference design for battery-driven IP cameras using its S2Lm SoC, which supports fast wake-up and sub-500mW operation. Ambarella has announced the availability of a reference design for battery-powered IP cameras, supported with a Linux board support package (BSP). The design showcases the company’s recently announced, Cortex-A9 based S2Lm system-on-chip, which […]

How to install Kde Plasma 5 on Arch Linux

Saturday 18th of April 2015 09:38:25 AM
In the last two post I’ve talked about the new Kde Plasma 5. In particular I’ve posted some pictures about Plasma 5 on my Arch Linux workstation and, after a not too long testing period, I’ve also wrote a review about its current status.

Forge.mil changed how the US military develops software

Saturday 18th of April 2015 08:41:14 AM
In today's open source roundup: Open source has changed how the US military develops software. Plus: Forty Linux terminal commands. And great extensions for Google's Chrome browser.

Wine 1.7.41 Officially Released, Fixes an Adobe Photoshop CS6 Crash

Saturday 18th of April 2015 07:44:03 AM
Alexandre Julliard announced the immediate availability for download and testing of a new maintenance release of Wine 1.7.41, which brings better support for kernel job objects, improves MSI patches, enhanced support for Known Folders in the shell, and fixes theming issues.

F22 Beta, Flock, Linux 4.0, Fedora 23 (!), and Diversity — it's 5tFTW for April 17th, 2015

Saturday 18th of April 2015 06:46:52 AM
Fedora is a big project, and it’s hard to keep up with everything. This series highlights interesting happenings in five different areas every week. It isn’t comprehensive news coverage — just quick summaries with links to each. Here are the five things for April 17th, 2015.

Egg-shaped Linux mini-PC targets emerging markets

Saturday 18th of April 2015 05:49:41 AM
An “Endless Computers” Kickstarter project is pitching a Celeron-based PC for emerging markets starting at $169, featuring a new “Endless OS” Linux distro.

GNOME 3.18 to Bring GNOME Shell and Calendar Improvements, Might Offer a Full Wayland Session

Saturday 18th of April 2015 04:52:30 AM
While the GNOME 3.16 desktop environment got its first point release today, the GNOME developers are already planning the features for the next major version of the acclaimed project, GNOME 3.18, due for release in October 2015.

Six Clicks for Linux beginners: Ubuntu 15.04, Vivid Vervet

Saturday 18th of April 2015 03:55:19 AM
The easiest desktop operating system to use of all may be Ubuntu.

Six Clicks for Linux beginners: Ubuntu 15.04, Vivid Vervet

Saturday 18th of April 2015 02:58:08 AM
The easiest desktop operating system to use of all may be Ubuntu.

Docker Engine 1.6 Debuts Alongside Docker Registry 2.0 and Compose 1.2.0

Saturday 18th of April 2015 02:00:57 AM
The open-source Docker container virtualization project received a number of milestone updates this week with new releases of Docker Engine 1.6, Docker Registry 2.0 and Compose 1.2.0.

Watermarks with copyright notice using LaTeX

Saturday 18th of April 2015 01:03:46 AM
I've got to put together some articles and am sending them out for proofreading. So I wanted to mark them as drafts, which I know how to do and have blogged about previously. This time though, I'm using only one utility to do the watermarking--LaTeX--and I'm tweaking things a bit further.

Cloud 5: HP stays in cloud, Docker's big raise, false security worries

Saturday 18th of April 2015 12:06:35 AM
This week, we look at HP back-pedaling from exiting the public cloud, Docker's huge pay day and how cloud security fears persist despite evidence to the contrary.

Pixar's giving away RenderMan for free!!

Friday 17th of April 2015 11:09:24 PM
Most studio's don't give their proprietary IP away for free, not least Disney - the owner of the Pixar CG studio that bought us 'Toy Story' and 'Finding Nemo' but the studio has moved to make the RenderMan 3D rendering software, which previously sold for $495 USD, free from today for non-commercial use, available to download in 64 bit versions for PC, Mac and Linux.

New Major OTA Update for Ubuntu Touch Released

Friday 17th of April 2015 10:12:13 PM
Canonical has finally released a third OTA update for Ubuntu Touch, and users should start receiving them in the next few hours.

Encryptr Zero-Knowledge System Based Password Manager For Linux

Friday 17th of April 2015 09:15:02 PM
Encryptr is free and Open-Source password manager that is based on a very secure 'Zero-Knowledge Crypton Framework'. Zero-Knowledge system does not allow even a server to know what data is being sent and saved on the server by user. Encryptr saves all of your passwords, credit card data, PINs, or access codes, in the cloud with a simple and sleek user interface. The following tutorial instructs installing Encryptr on Ubuntu/Linux Mint or other Debian based distributions.

At Birth, Open Source Was About Saving Money, Not Sharing Code

Friday 17th of April 2015 08:17:51 PM
Linus Torvalds and the early supporters of the Linux project were interested primarily in a free-as-in-beer operating system, not ensuring that source code would be freely accessible.

How Forge.mil changed the way the US DoD develops software

Friday 17th of April 2015 07:20:40 PM
When one thinks of open source technology, the U.S. government doesn’t always immediately come to mind. The truth, however, is that the Department of Defense (DoD) is not only one of the country’s largest government agencies, but also one of the most active software developers in the world, with thousands of software projects and deployments in motion. It also happens to be a huge proponent of open source technology.read more

Install MediaWiki on a CentOS 7 VPS

Friday 17th of April 2015 06:23:29 PM
In this article we will cover the steps needed to install MediaWiki on your CentOS 7 VPS. MediaWiki is a free and open source wiki application. It is written in the PHP programming language and uses a backend database.

What are good open-source log monitoring tools on Linux

Friday 17th of April 2015 05:26:18 PM
In an operating system, logs are all about keeping track of events, be it critical system errors, resource usage warnings, transaction history, application status, or user activities. These logs, which are stored as (text or binary) files in the system, are useful for system auditing, debugging and maintenance. However, with so many different system entities […]Continue reading...The post What are good open-source log monitoring tools on Linux appeared first on Xmodulo.Related FAQs:How to analyze Squid logs with SARG log analyzer on CentOS How to install and configure Nagios on Linux How to monitor BGP sessions with Nagios How to set up Squid as a transparent web proxy on CentOS or RHEL How to monitor a log file on Linux with logwatch

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