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Advanced lm-sensors Tips and Tricks on Linux

2 hours 18 min ago
I've been using the lm-sensors tool ever since CPUs became hot enough to melt themselves. It monitors CPU temperature, fan speeds, and motherboard voltages. In this two-part series, I'll explain some advanced uses of lm-sensors, and look at some of the best graphical interfaces to use with it.

Open Source Summit: Day 2 features TensorFlow, BlockChain, and HitRecord

3 hours 33 min ago
The actor and founder of HitRecord Joseph Gordon-Levitt kicked off the second day of the Open Source Summit. His open creative community, HitRecord, allows for the evolution of open source film projects. We learned how a company is using BlockChain to fight poverty while keeping plastic out of the ocean, and about how Microsoft and Google are now more deliberate about how they create a culture of openness inside and outside their companies.Watch as Jason Hibbets and I give you a quick summary of day 2, and I manage to understand what TensorFlow is along the way.read more

How to Install WebERP On Ubuntu 16.04

4 hours 47 min ago
WebERP a complete web based accounting and business management tool that can be used for online shop or a retail management system released under an OpenSource license. In this tutorial, I will show you step by step how to install WebERP on Ubuntu 16.04 server.

Usability testing for early-stage software prototypes

6 hours 1 min ago
In this article, Ciarrai Cunneen and I describe how to do a paper-based usability test, using an early redesign of the GNOME Settings app as an example. The updated Settings features in GNOME 3.26, released on September 13.When writing open source software, we often obsess about making our logic elegant and concise, coming up with clever ways to execute tasks and demonstrate ideas. But we sometimes forget a key fact: Software is not useful if it is not easy to use.read more

How to Get Desktop Notifications from the Linux Command Line

7 hours 16 min ago
It would be helpful if your Linux scripts and terminal commands could send you desktop notifications. Well, they can, and it's super easy to set up!

Chap tames Slack by piping it into Emacs

8 hours 30 min ago
And then filtering out all the stuff he doesn't need to readEmacs enthusiast Artur Malabarba has put the text editor to work taming Slack.…

Key Considerations for Software Updates for Embedded Linux and IoT

9 hours 44 min ago
The Mirai botnet attack that enslaved poorly secured connected embeddeddevices is yet another tangible example of the importance of securitybefore bringing your embedded devices online. A new strain of Mirai hascaused network outages to about a million Deutsche Telekom customers dueto poorly secured routers.

How to Set Up and Use AbanteCart on Ubuntu

10 hours 59 min ago
AbanteCart is a free open source shopping cart software that you can use to start your own online shop . Learn how you can install, setup and use AbanteCart on Ubuntu.

An introduction to machine learning today

12 hours 13 min ago
Machine learning and artificial intelligence (ML/AI) mean different things to different people, but the newest approaches have one thing in common: They are based on the idea that a program's output should be created mostly automatically from a high-dimensional and possibly huge dataset, with minimal or no intervention or guidance from a human. Open source tools are used in a variety of machine learning and artificial intelligence projects. In this article, I'll provide an overview of the state of machine learning today.read more

DeVeDe NG Review Create Video DVDs and CDs

13 hours 27 min ago
?Devede is an open source program that allows the creation of video CDs and DVDs from an MPEG, AVI and similar formats suitable for home DVD players. Devede uses Mplayer, Mencoder, DVDAuthor, and VCDimager, so you can use any video playable with Mplayer. It is available for multiple platforms including Windows and Linux.

Pixelbook leak: Googles new high-end Chromebook expected October 4

14 hours 42 min ago
Google[he]#039[/he]s top-of-the-line Chromebook Pixel is coming back with a new name and better specifications.

5 Ways to Secure Wi-Fi Networks

15 hours 56 min ago
Wi-Fi is one entry-point hackers can use to get into your network without setting foot inside your building because wireless is much more open to eavesdroppers than wired networks, which means you have to be more diligent about security.

uniprof: Transparent Unikernel for Performance Profiling and Debugging

17 hours 10 min ago
Unikernels are small and fast and give Docker a run for its money, while at the same time still giving stronger features of isolation, says Florian Schmidt, a researcher at NEC Europe, who has developed uniprof, a unikernel performance profiler that can also be used for debugging.

Linux Kernel 4.12 Reached End of Life, Users Are Urged to Move to Linux 4.13

Thursday 21st of September 2017 06:54:40 AM
Greg Kroah-Hartman published on Wednesday new maintenance updates for various of the supported Linux kernel branches that he maintains, including the Linux 4.12 series, which appears to have reached end of life.

Linux Groups Command for Beginners (with Examples)

Thursday 21st of September 2017 05:40:20 AM
In Linux, there's a concept of users (those who use the system), and then there's the concept of groups, which is basically a logical mechanism to manage a collection of users. To give you a basic idea, groups make it easy to manage users with, say, same security and access privileges.

Firefly COM dual boots Android and Ubuntu on hexa-core RK3399

Thursday 21st of September 2017 04:26:00 AM
Firefly’s “RK3399 Coreboard” compute module features Rockchip’s hexa-core RK3399 with up to 4GB RAM and 16GB eMMC, and is supported with a new dev board. Firefly has taken the guts of its Rockchip RK3399 based Firefly-RK3399 SBC and squeezed it onto a computer-on-module.

Pixelbook leak: Googles new high-end Chromebook expected October 4

Thursday 21st of September 2017 03:11:40 AM
According to Droid Life, on October 4, Google will release the first new retail version of the Chromebook Pixel since 2015, the Pixelbook. The Chomebook Pixel was the Rolls-Royce of Chromebooks. It was faster, more powerful, and came with a better display than any other laptop in its day. Thanks to Chromebook Pixel fans, Google has elected to start selling this luxury Chromebook again.

Ubuntu Dock Features Adaptive Transparency on Ubuntu 17.10, Here's How It Works

Thursday 21st of September 2017 01:57:20 AM
Ubuntu contributor Didier Roche continues his development on the look and feel of the upcoming Ubuntu 17.10 (Artful Aardvark) operating system, and today he announced that Ubuntu Dock is getting adaptive transparency.

YouTube on the Big Screen

Thursday 21st of September 2017 12:43:00 AM
For years I've been jealous of folks with iOS devices who could just sendtheir phone screens to their Apple TV devices. It seems like the Androidscreen-mirroring protocols never work right for me. My Sony Xperia hasmultiple types of screen mirroring, and none of them seem to work on mysmart TVs or Roku devices.

A Quick Review Of PCLinuxOS

Wednesday 20th of September 2017 11:28:40 PM
Sometimes while I review distros I come across some cool distros that many persons don’t know about. PCLinuxOS is one of them. A user-friendly, stable and quite cool in features and app selection are the things that made me love this distro.