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How to Install The Latest Mesa Version On Debian 9 Stretch Linux

1 hour 49 min ago
Mesa is a big deal if you're running open source graphics drivers. It can be the difference between a smooth experience and an awful one. Mesa is under active development, and it sees constant noticeable performance improvements. That means it's really worthwhile to stay on top of the latest releases.

How to Set Up an Email Server in Ubuntu

3 hours 15 min ago
There are plenty of reasons to run your own email server. In the past it’s been a real pain, but now using Ubuntu, Docker, and Mailcow, it’s much easier.

Open Tools Help Streamline Kubernetes and Application Development

4 hours 40 min ago
New tools are emerging that help streamline Kubernetes and make building container-based applications easier. Here, we will consider several open source options worth noting.

Type 7 module runs Yocto Linux on 16-core Atom C3000 SoC

6 hours 6 min ago
DFI’s rugged, Linux-ready “DV970” COM Express Basic Type 7 module debuts the server-class, 16-core Atom C3000, and supports 4x 10GbE-KR and 16x PCIe 3.0. DFI promotes the DV970 as the first COM Express Basic Type 7 module based on the Intel Atom C3000 “Denverton” SoC, but it’s the first product of any kind that we’ve seen that uses the SoC.

CrossOver for Android Lets You Run Windows Apps on Intel-Based Chromebooks

Wednesday 28th of June 2017 06:59:39 AM
CodeWeavers?, the commercial company behind the well-known CrossOver for Linux and Mac application that lets users install and run Windows apps and games is still working to release an Android version.

Rugged marine computer runs Linux on Skylake-U

Wednesday 28th of June 2017 05:33:53 AM
Avalue’s “EMS-SKLU-Marine” is an IEC EN60945 certified computer with 6th Gen Core CPUs, -20 to 60°C support, plus 2x GbE, 4x USB 3.0, M2, and mini-PCIe. The EMS-SKLU-Marine is designed for maritime applications such as control room or engine room, integrated bridge systems, propulsion control or safety systems, and boat entertainment systems. Avalue touts the […]

Extreme Tux Racer 0.7.4

Wednesday 28th of June 2017 04:08:06 AM
One of the major games for Linux is ‘Extreme Tux Racer’, available for Android, Linux, Microsoft Windows, Macintosh operating systems and Ubuntu Touch. The goal of the game is to control Tux, or another chosen character, to get to the bottom of the hill. The character will slide down the hill of snow and ice on his belly. Along the way you can pick up herring.

Ubuntu Budgie 17.04 – new kid on the block

Wednesday 28th of June 2017 02:42:20 AM
Ubuntu Budgie is the newest addition to the officially supported Ubuntu flavours. It is quite interesting how these two parts can play together. The first time they married was the Ubuntu Budgie 16.04 remix. And since 17.04 Ubuntu Budgie is officially supported by Canonical.

HMS Windows XP: Britain's newest warship runs Swiss Cheese OS

Wednesday 28th of June 2017 01:16:33 AM
Spotted on carrier control room screens - reportsThe Royal Navy’s brand new £3.5bn aircraft carrier HMS Queen Elizabeth is running Windows XP in her flying control room, according to reports.…

Install Nginx with ngx_pagespeed on CentOS 7

Tuesday 27th of June 2017 11:50:47 PM
Ngx-pagespeed is a free and open source Nginx module that can be used to speeds up your site and reduces page load time. It works by automatically applying web performance best practices to pages and associated assets without requiring you to modify your existing content or workflow. You can easily optimize various files such as CSS, HTML, png, and jpg using Ngx-pagespeed module.

openSUSE Leap Is Now 99.9% Enterprise Distribution

Tuesday 27th of June 2017 10:25:00 PM
Two years ago when openSUSE decided to move the base of openSUSE Leap to SUSE Linux Enterprise (SLE), they were entering uncharted territory. SLE is a tightly controlled enterprise ship that runs on mission critical systems. On the other hand openSUSE has been a community-driven project that, despite sponsorship from SUSE, is relatively independent.

Ubuntu Core Now Officially Supported for Raspberry Pi Compute Module 3 (CM3)

Tuesday 27th of June 2017 08:59:14 PM
Canonical, the company behind the popular Ubuntu Linux operating system, today announced that their Snappy-enabled Ubuntu Core OS is now available for Raspberry Pi Compute Module 3 (CM3).

GitHub launches Open Source Friday 

Tuesday 27th of June 2017 07:33:28 PM
Open source software is developed by hobbyists and professionals alike. In fact, 65% of respondents to this year's GitHub open source survey who make contributions to open source projects do so as part of their job. However, the survey indicates that employers often lack a clear policy on employee contributions. A new project from GitHub aims to increase contributions to open source projects and to educate employers on why it's important.read more

How to Open multiple files and switch between them in vi editor

Tuesday 27th of June 2017 05:42:00 PM
In this Article you will learn how to Open multiple files and switch between them in vi editor.

How to turn a Raspberry Pi into an eBook server

Tuesday 27th of June 2017 04:16:14 PM
Recently Calibre 3.0 was released which enables users to read books in the browser! Note that Raspbian's repositories have not yet been updated yet (as of this writing).read more

How to Use Emojis in Linux

Tuesday 27th of June 2017 02:50:27 PM
The support for emojis on the Linux desktop is largely below par. Let’s take a look at some distro-agnostic ways to view and input emojis in Linux

How to Install Restyaboard on CentOS 7

Tuesday 27th of June 2017 01:24:41 PM
Restyaboard is a free and open-source Kanban board application. It is the best self-hosted alternative to Trello. It is written in PHP and uses PostgreSQL to store its database.In this tutorial, we will install Restyaboard on CentOS 7 server.

What our research taught us about scaling open culture

Tuesday 27th of June 2017 11:58:54 AM
In an open organization, culture is critical. In my previous column, I explained how and why we’re on a journey at Red Hat to scale our open culture into the future. Today, I want to share the findings of the first phase of our "Scaling Our Culture For The Future" project, where we decided to gather and analyze some data, and at the same time, engage every Red Hatter in a company-wide conversation about our culture.Culture is everyone's jobAs we look to scale our open culture into the future, we wanted to know how Red Hatters would answer questions like:read more

GStreamer 1.12 Open-Source Multimedia Framework Gets Its First Point Release

Tuesday 27th of June 2017 10:33:08 AM
The GStreamer development team announced the availability of the first point release of the GStreamer 1.12 stable series of the popular and widely-used open-source and cross-platform multimedia framework.

Basic Security Testing with Kali Linux

Tuesday 27th of June 2017 09:07:21 AM
With computer hacking attacks making headline news on a frequent occasion, it is time for companies and individuals to take a more active stance in securing their computer systems.

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Entroware Launches Two New Ubuntu Laptops, for Linux Gaming and Office Use

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Why The Ubuntu Phone Failed

In April 2017, Canonical's Mark Shuttleworth announced that their support of the Ubuntu phone convergence was no longer something they were going to invest in. Looking back on this decision, I can understand where they were coming from. Let's face it, we live in an Android/iOS landscape and all other entries into this space are just spinning their wheels. Considering other projects that failed to garner needed traction such as WebOS, Firefox OS, among others, it's understandable why Canonical decided to refocus their efforts into other areas. Well, at least with cloud services. I differ with them on IoT and believe they're destined to repeat mistakes found with convergence. Read more

Intel Core i9 7900X Linux Benchmarks

Since the Intel Core-X Series were announced last month at Computex, I've been excited to see how well this high-end processor will perform under Linux... Linux enthusiasts have plenty of highly-threaded workloads such as compiling the Linux kernel, among other packages, and thus have been very excited by the potential of the Core i9 7900X with its ten cores plus Hyper Threading and sporting a 13.75MB cache. With finally having an X299 motherboard ready, here are my initial Ubuntu Linux benchmarks for the i9-7900X. Read more

KDE Plasma 5.10.3 Desktop Environment Improves Plasma Discover's Flatpak Backend

Today the KDE Project announced the release and general availability of the third stable update to the KDE Plasma 5.10 desktop environment, which was unveiled at the end of May 2017. Read more