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Hot on heels of 2.0, Vivaldi 2.2 adds tab session management among other goodies

1 hour 46 min ago
But built-in email and mobile clients still works in progressOnly months after reaching the 2.0 milestone, the independent Chromium-based browser Vivaldi has added a bunch of useful features.…

Linux Time Command

Monday 17th of December 2018 06:59:11 AM
The time command is used to determine how long a given command takes to run. It is useful for testing the performance of your scripts and commands.

FOSS Project Spotlight: Appaserver

Monday 17th of December 2018 05:27:41 AM
An introduction to an application server that allows you to build MySQL user interfaceswithoutprogramming.

Open source Omega2 module gives way to a "Pro" SBC

Monday 17th of December 2018 03:56:12 AM
Onion’s “Omega2 Pro” update to its WiFi-enabled Omega2 board boosts RAM to 512MB and flash to 8GB and adds real-world USB and micro-USB ports. The Pro model runs OpenWrt on a 580MHz MIPS SoC. Boston-based Onion launched its IoT-oriented Omega computer-on-module on Kickstarter in early 2015 and returned the next year with an Omega2 model [[he]#8230[/he]]

How to Install Laravel on Ubuntu 18.04

Monday 17th of December 2018 01:33:14 AM
Laravel is an open-source PHP web application framework with expressive, elegant syntax. Laravel allows you to easily build scalable and flexible web applications, restful APIs and eCommerce solutions. In this tutorial we will show you how to install Laravel on an Ubuntu 18.04 system. The same instructions apply for Ubuntu 16.04 and any Ubuntu based distribution, including Linux Mint, Kubuntu and Elementary OS.

How to install Android Studio on Ubuntu 18.04

Sunday 16th of December 2018 11:10:17 PM
Android Studio is official IDE for android apps development. In this tutorial, you are going to learn how to install Android Studio on Ubuntu.

Schedule a visit with the Emacs psychiatrist

Sunday 16th of December 2018 08:47:19 PM
Welcome to another day of the 24-day-long Linux command-line toys advent calendar. If this is your first visit to the series, you might be asking yourself what a command-line toy even is. We’re figuring that out as we go, but generally, it could be a game, or any simple diversion that helps you have fun at the terminal.Some of you will have seen various selections from our calendar before, but we hope there’s at least one new thing for everyone.read more

4 Unique Terminal Emulators for Linux

Sunday 16th of December 2018 06:24:22 PM
Jack looks at four different terminal emulators -- that not only get the job done but also add a little fun.

How to install Audacity on Ubuntu 18.04

Sunday 16th of December 2018 04:01:24 PM
Audacity is one of the most popular audio editor and recorder for Ubuntu. Here we are going to install Audacity on Ubuntu.

Head to the arcade in your Linux terminal with this Pac-Man clone

Sunday 16th of December 2018 01:38:27 PM
Welcome back to another day of the Linux command-line toys advent calendar. If this is your first visit to the series, you might be asking yourself what command-line toys are all about. Basically, they[he]#039[/he]re games and simple diversions that help you have fun at the terminal.Some are new, and some are old classics. We hope you enjoy.

How to install ERPNext on Debian 9

Sunday 16th of December 2018 11:15:30 AM
ERPNext is free and open source, Python based, enterprise resource planning application, similar to Odoo. It is mostly used by small and medium sized companies and allows them to do financial accounting, project management, human resources and inventory management. ERPNext is available both in cloud-based and on-premise deployment options. In this tutorial we will show you how to install ERPNext on a Debian 9 VPS using the ‘Easy Install’ method with Frappe Bench, using a Python script.

How many fruits in 5 apples, 3 oranges, 1 pear and 17 lemons?

Sunday 16th of December 2018 08:52:32 AM
On the command line, you can do sums like this either by looking just at the numbers, or by ignoring the parts that aren't numbers — and those aren't quite the same thing.

How to enable SSH on Ubuntu 18.04

Sunday 16th of December 2018 06:29:35 AM
SSH stands for Secure Shell Service which allows secure remote login and other network operations. In this tutorial, you will learn how to enable SSH on Ubuntu Desktop. By using ssh you can connect to your computer remotely, access files and perform administrative tasks.

How to Host Your Own Minecraft Server

Sunday 16th of December 2018 04:06:37 AM
Minecraft is a wildly popular sandbox game. Learn how to host your own multiplayer Minecraft server and control the game like never before!

Podman and user namespaces: A marriage made in heaven

Sunday 16th of December 2018 01:43:40 AM
Podman, part of the libpod library, enables users to manage pods, containers, and container images. In my last article, I wrote about Podman as a more secure way to run containers. Here, I'll explain how to use Podman to run containers in separate user namespaces.read more

Best of 2018: Fedora as your Linux desktop

Saturday 15th of December 2018 11:20:42 PM
Gaming on your Linux desktop, trying alternative desktop environments, and tweaking little details such as your boot screen. Yes, it’s been a whole year again! What a great time to look back at the most popular articles on the Fedora Magazine written by our awesome contributors. Let’s dive into the first article of the “best […]

How Epic Games Uses Kubernetes to Power Fortnite Application Servers

Saturday 15th of December 2018 08:57:45 PM
In a media and analyst session at the KubeCon + CloudNativeCon NA 18 conference, Paul Sharpe, principal cloud engineering developer at Epic Games, provided some insight into how Epic Games is starting to use Kubernetes to help keep Fortnite's millions of fans happy. Kubernetes is a container orchestration system at its core, that enables organizations to deploy, manage and scale application workloads across distributed physical and virtual server environments

How to install Apache Maven on Debian 9

Saturday 15th of December 2018 05:09:01 PM
Apache Maven is an open source project management and comprehension tool used primarily for Java projects. Maven uses a Project Object Model (POM) which is essentially a XML file containing information about the project, configuration details, the project’s dependencies, and so on. In this tutorial we will show you two different ways to install Apache Maven on Debian 9.

KubeCon + CloudNativeCon Videos Now Online

Saturday 15th of December 2018 03:14:39 PM
This week[he]#039[/he]s KubeCon + CloudNativeCon North America 2018 in Seattle was the biggest ever! This sold-out event featured four days of information on Kubernetes, Prometheus, Envoy, OpenTracing, Fluentd, gRPC, containerd, and rkt, along with many other exciting projects and topics.More than 100 lightning talks, keynotes, and technical sessions from the event have already been posted. You can check out the videos on YouTube.

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Linux 4.20--rc76

Well, that's more like it. This is a *tiny* rc7, just how I like it. Maybe it's because everybody is too busy prepping for the holidays, and maybe it's because we simply are doing well. Regardless, it's been a quiet week, and I hope the trend continues. The patch looks pretty small too, although it's skewed by a couple of bigger fixes (re-apply i915 workarounds after reset, and dm zoned bio completion fix). Other than that it's mainly all pretty small, and spread out (usual bulk of drivers, but some arch updates, filesystem fixes, core fixes, test updates..) Read more Also: Linux 4.20-rc7 Kernel Released - Linux 4.20 Should Be Released In Time For Christmas

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1080p Linux Gaming Performance - NVIDIA 415.22 vs. Mesa 19.0-devel RADV/RadeonSI

Stemming from the recent Radeon RX 590 Linux gaming benchmarks were some requests to see more 1080p gaming benchmarks, so here's that article with the low to medium tier graphics cards from the NVIDIA GeForce and AMD Radeon line-up while using the latest graphics drivers on Ubuntu 18.10. This round of benchmarking was done with the GeForce GTX 980, GTX 1060, GTX 1070, and GTX 1070 Ti using the newest 415.22 proprietary graphics driver. On the AMD side was using the patched Linux 4.20 kernel build (for RX 590 support) paired with Mesa 19.0-devel via the Padoka PPA while testing the Radeon RX 580 and RX 590. Read more

Sparky SU 0.1.0

This tool provides Yad based front-end for su (spsu) allowing users to give a password and run graphical commands as root without needing to invoke su in a terminal emulator. It can be used as a Gksu replacement to run any application as root. Read more