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LXer: Linux-driven COM/carrier offers mid-range Zynq

Wednesday 9th of November 2016 06:30:12 PM
MYIR has launched a COM that runs Linux on a Zynq-7015 ARM/FPGA SoC, and mounts on a carrier with USB, GbE, HDMI, PMOD, and FMC I/O. MYIR’s MYC-C7Z015 computer-on-module ...

Reddit: What laptop-specific software do you (still) use?

Wednesday 9th of November 2016 06:27:45 PM

I only use TLP although I am not sure if still needed with modern laptops and the latest versions of the Linux kernel.

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LinuxToday: Lubuntu 16.10 - enjoyable motley lightness

Wednesday 9th of November 2016 06:00:00 PM

 darkduck: Lubuntu 16.10 was released recently, so let's have a look at this new release now.

Reddit: Munich Debates Abandoning Open Source

Wednesday 9th of November 2016 05:33:14 PM

LXer: Open source FIWARE platform creates new IoT business opportunities

Wednesday 9th of November 2016 05:15:52 PM
The European-funded IoT open source platform FIWARE has matured significantly in the past two years according to developers, and is now being used in industrial production cases, pilot smart city, and utilities projects. Two projects using the FIWARE platform include a city water quality pilot and an early warning system to identify and prevent pest risks to agricultural crops.read more

LinuxToday: Applications Missing From Ubuntu

Wednesday 9th of November 2016 05:00:00 PM

 Datamation: As far as Ubuntu and Linux has progressed, it still lacks certain key applications.

LXer: An introduction to Linux log files

Wednesday 9th of November 2016 04:01:32 PM
Before you start with this guide it is recommended that you login to your VPS and follow this guide while looking at the files in there, as that is the best way to learn and memorize the things.

LinuxToday: 4 steps to better documentation: How to get users the exact answer to the problem

Wednesday 9th of November 2016 04:00:00 PM

 opensource.com: When people use your software, they are trying to accomplish a goal.

Phoronix: Intel Kaby Lake Linux Testing With MSI's Cubi 2 Mini PC

Wednesday 9th of November 2016 03:26:13 PM
Kaby Lake mobile processors began shipping last month and while we've seen a number of laptop designs using these processors that succeed Skylake, so far the Intel NUCs haven't surfaced nor many other SFF PCs making use of the next-generation hardware. That changed last week with MSI's Cubi 2 powered by Kaby Lake CPUs beginning to ship. I've been testing an MSI Cubi 2 with Core i5 Kaby Lake processor under Ubuntu Linux and so far the experience has been pleasant. In this article are our first Kaby Lake Linux benchmarks.

Reddit: Ubuntu Budgie Becomes An Official Ubuntu Flavor

Wednesday 9th of November 2016 03:14:47 PM

Linux.com: Getting Started With Kubernetes Is Easy With Minikube

Wednesday 9th of November 2016 03:00:18 PM
Title: Getting Started With Kubernetes Is Easy With Minikube9 NovLearn more

LinuxToday: Google Patches 83 Android Flaws in November Update

Wednesday 9th of November 2016 03:00:00 PM

eWEEK: Vulnerabilities related to Qualcomm and the Android mediaserver continue to account for many flaws.

LXer: Top 3 questions job seekers ask in open source

Wednesday 9th of November 2016 02:47:12 PM
As a recruiter working in the open source world, I love that I interact every day with some of the smartest people around. I get to hear about the cool projects they're working on and what they think about the industry, and when they are ready for a new challenge. I get to connect them to companies that are quietly changing the world.read more

Reddit: OpenShot Video Editor 2.1 (install / howto use)

Wednesday 9th of November 2016 02:34:18 PM

Phoronix: HiZ Improvement For Intel Mesa Driver Has Possible Small Performance Gains

Wednesday 9th of November 2016 02:08:54 PM
Mesa Git continues to be an exciting place to live for open-source GPU driver fans...

LinuxToday: Top 30 SSH shenanigans

Wednesday 9th of November 2016 02:00:00 PM

blackmoreops: Most voted top 30 SSH shenanigans for command line junkies

Phoronix: Thunderbolt Networking Support For Linux Revised Once More

Wednesday 9th of November 2016 01:34:10 PM
Back during the summer we last wrote about Thunderbolt networking support for Linux being worked on. Back then the patches were up to its v3 revision while coming out today is the ninth version of these patches, but at least the end might finally be in sight...

LXer: Scripting a DNA Sequence Viewer

Wednesday 9th of November 2016 01:32:52 PM
SANITY WARNING: Please don't read this article unless you're a compulsive shell scripter, like me. Seriously. There are some excellent FOSS sequence viewers in the distro repositories, with great GUIs and lots of features. Why would you want to build a less capable viewer that only works in a terminal?Still with me? OK, the script explained here is called 'DNA' and relies on up-to-date GNU utilities (e.g. GNU AWK) and BASH...

Reddit: Need to make an array of disks to get to 20 TB. LVM? MDADM? Raid?

Wednesday 9th of November 2016 01:29:00 PM

Hi Reddit,

I have a server for a client that will be hosting large files. They are looking for a 20 TB array.

Now, before I start, this will be backed up every night via the cloud / crashplan and the information will also be up on dropbox so it will be more than backed up.

That being said, uptime is something we would like to keep.

Server network capacity will be a 6 aggregate gigabit connection to it (6 GBPS) so I would like to maximize array performance to use that capacity.

Would I be best served making a raid 0 or raid 5 using the motherboard's raid (non cache, no battery backup for raid, although the server is on a 30 minute UPS)

Or using ubuntu 16.04 lts Mdadm or LVM?

If I wanted to grow the array to include more space later, Can I grow it with Mdadm? or only LVM?

This array will be comprised of 5 or 6 4tb drives, hitachi nas deskstar 7200.

Files will be both small PDF's of several KB's to 2-4 Gb files as well.

Thanks!

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