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LinuxInsider: Take Command of Your Linux System's Processes

Wednesday 5th of April 2017 05:16:11 PM
Who's afraid of the Linux terminal? Not you, if you've learned the basics of navigating your system. But how will these newly acquired skills help improve your computing life? To give you a sense of the terminal's everyday usefulness, here are some examples of tasks the terminal is well-disposed to handle. To start with, system administration is much more straightforward on the terminal. The operating system manages silent background services, or "daemons," in order to keep your computer's many programs running seamlessly.

Reddit: RMS on systemd and the UNIX philosophy

Wednesday 5th of April 2017 04:38:04 PM

Reddit: Ubuntu Linux 17.04 Review.

Wednesday 5th of April 2017 04:20:04 PM

Phoronix: X.Org Members: The Foundation Needs YOUR Vote

Wednesday 5th of April 2017 03:16:24 PM
If you are an X.Org Foundation member, be sure to vote this week! Besides the routine elections, there are the proposed membership agreement changes that needs a majority of the members to vote...

Reddit: Installing rTorrent with the ruTorrent web interface on Cinnamon Mint 18.1?

Wednesday 5th of April 2017 03:01:00 PM

Just installed a fresh install of Linux. Are there any good directions on installing rTorrent and also the web browser?

For those curious, yes, I'm making an at-home seedbox. If you have a better OS or way to do this please just let me know!

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LXer: Clones welcome in scientific hardware

Wednesday 5th of April 2017 02:52:41 PM
In the inaugural issue of the Journal of Open Hardware I review emerging business models for open source hardware. Many of these models are borrowed from the free and open source software industry and will no doubt be familiar to more

TuxMachines: KODI 17.1 Media Center [Installation and Review]

Wednesday 5th of April 2017 02:38:35 PM

​We all know KODI. For those who don’t know, KODI is a free, open source media player developed by XBMC foundation. KODI is a highly customizable and a powerful media player which can play almost any of the media available today. KODI supports the variety of operating systems, which means you can use it on your favorite OS without any complications.

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Wednesday 5th of April 2017 02:30:42 PM
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Reddit: Free for this month: AWS CSA training videos by Linux Academy

Wednesday 5th of April 2017 02:01:48 PM

Disclaimer: I work here

Just a heads up: Linux Academy is including the AWS CSA Associate course in their free-tier membership this month.

We launched an updated AWS CSA course last weekend with a huge project called "The Orion Papers". It's a visual, interactive guide filled with live diagrams and AWS knowledge that you can use as your own personal study resource.

To share this with everyone, the AWS CSA course videos are free for this month. See more info on our blog or sign up for a free account here:

Let me know if anyone has any questions!

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LinuxToday: Darktable - An Adobe Lightroom Alternative for Linux

Wednesday 5th of April 2017 02:00:00 PM

Darktable is an Open Source workflow app and raw developer for photography Building a Secure Bootloader for the Linux-Compatible Quark D2000 and SE

Wednesday 5th of April 2017 01:58:16 PM

Years after Intel released the low-power, Linux-compatible Quark X1000 processor, which runs on the Intel Galileo and numerous IoT gateways, the chipmaker last year launched three microcontroller-like Quarks that do not run Linux.

LXer: Patent Attacks on GNU/Linux Devices, Courtesy of Philips, Ericsson, Microsoft and Its Patent Trolls

Wednesday 5th of April 2017 01:38:21 PM
The strategy of scattering software patents to patent trolls in order for them to sue one's competition is becoming ever more popular, and not only Microsoft is using this strategy to 'tax' GNU/Linux from many directions while the public fails to notice

Phoronix: Polychromatic 0.3.8 Gives Greater Unofficial Love To Razer Devices On Linux

Wednesday 5th of April 2017 01:17:33 PM
While Razer is exploring better Linux support for its products and not just limited to laptops, for now they don't have any official Linux configuration software for their products. Fortunately, community solutions exist, including Polychromatic that's been one of the more popular Razer open-source configuration tools in recent times...

Phoronix: Chrome/Chromium Lands Initial Support For Native Linux Desktop Notifications

Wednesday 5th of April 2017 01:08:38 PM
Landing today within Git for Google's Chrome/Chromium web-browser is initial support for supporting native desktop notifications under Linux...

Reddit: Linux Distros & Video Game Compatibility

Wednesday 5th of April 2017 12:51:16 PM

Hi /r/linux!

A quick questions about video game compatibility with Linux. When a game says that it is able to run on the Linux OS, does it mean only on a specific distro (i.e. Ubuntu) of Linux?

I ask because I was browsing through GOG and saw that a game had Linux support but mentioned versions of Ubuntu only.

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LXer: Trivial Transfers with TFTP, Part 2: Configuration

Wednesday 5th of April 2017 12:24:01 PM
In the first article of this series, we looked at some of the, admittedly limited, features of TFTP along with some reasons why you might want to use it. Here, we take a look at the main config file and how to enable and disable services for improved security.

Phoronix: NVIDIA Tegra X2 GPU Firmware Published

Wednesday 5th of April 2017 12:08:55 PM
The necessary GPU firmware for providing accelerated support for NVIDIA's Tegra X2 SoC found on the Jetson TX2 developer board has landed within linux-firmware.git...

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Leftovers: Software

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    In my last post, I went into detail about all the new stuff that GJS brought to GNOME 3.24. Now, it’s time to talk about the near future: what GJS will bring to GNOME 3.26.
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    Indicator KDE Connect now has Google Contacts integration, making it even easier to send text messages from the Linux desktop.
  • Cumulus Qt is a Lightweight Weather App for Linux
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  • Vivaldi 1.10 Browser Now in Development, Will Introduce Docked Developer Tools
    Vivaldi's Ruarí Ødegaard just informed us a few moments ago that Vivaldi 1.10 will be the next major version of the free and cross-platform web browser based on the latest Chromium technologies, not Vivaldi 2.0 as many of you have hoped. Vivaldi 1.9 just hit the streets the other day as world's first web browser to ship with the Ecosia search engine enabled by default to help reforest the plane, and it now looks like Vivaldi's devs never sleep, and development of Vivaldi 1.10 starts today with the first snapshot, Vivaldi 1.10.829.3, which introduces a long-anticipated feature: Docked Developer Tools!