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Linux.com: Top Lessons For Open Source Pros From License Compliance Failures

Thursday 26th of January 2017 02:53:34 PM
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Reddit: Garmin linux runners, upload you sessions to Garmin Connect automatically

Thursday 26th of January 2017 02:28:11 PM

I was bored booting a VM or manually uploading stuff to Garmin Connect.

Code source is here: https://github.com/euri10/gols

Blog post with some automount systemd info (and silly questions) here : https://medium.com/@euri10/gols-garmin-on-linux-sucks-f1f065f7529a#.747n9qlz9

Interested to hear feedback, I'm no professional !

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Phoronix: Linux Memory Performance With Intel Kabylake From DDR4-1600 To DDR4-3333MHz

Thursday 26th of January 2017 02:20:00 PM
For those that may be thinking about picking up an Intel Kabylake processor and trying to justify if DDR4-2400 memory is worthwhile for your budget, or even faster DDR4 memory via XMP profiles / overclocking, here are some tests using a Kabylake CPU and testing DDR4 memory at frequencies from 1600MHz up to 3333MHz.

Linux.com: Trimming Power on an Oceanographic Lab in a Can

Thursday 26th of January 2017 02:00:52 PM

At last October’s Embedded Linux Conference Europe, Brent Roman, an embedded software engineer at the Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute (MBARI), described the two decade-long evolution of MBARI’s Linux-controlled Environmental Sampler Processor (ESP). Roman’s lessons in reducing power consumption on the remotely deployed, sensor-driven device are applicable to a wide range of remote Internet of Things projects.

LinuxToday: Tips and Tricks for Making VM Migration More Secure

Thursday 26th of January 2017 02:00:00 PM

Linux.com: Live virtual machine migration is crucial to the day-to-day management of modern cloud environments but may also be a weak link in your security. Learn how to recognize and avoid these common attacks.

TuxMachines: A Switch for Your RPi

Thursday 26th of January 2017 01:59:20 PM

In a previous article, I talked about an add-on card for the Raspberry Pi called the ControlBlock. It allows game controllers to be connected as regular joystick devices, but it also has a really incredible power switch feature. The folks at petRockBlog have created an add-on board for the Raspberry Pi that strictly does the power feature for a cheaper price!

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Reddit: How to install CentOS 7 in VMware Workstation

Thursday 26th of January 2017 01:08:38 PM

Reddit: Look before you paste from a website to terminal

Thursday 26th of January 2017 12:49:42 PM

LXer: How to Easily Download Movie Subtitles in Linux

Thursday 26th of January 2017 12:36:57 PM
Movie subtitles make it much easier to watch a movie. Here are some ways to easily download movie subtitles in Linux. Check them out!

Reddit: What is your experience with bcachefs so far? (Modern in development (!) file system)

Thursday 26th of January 2017 12:19:38 PM

Just interested to hear your experiences with this new and unstable file system.

Website: bcachefs

  • What data do you use on it? Important files + frequent backups or test data?
  • How is performance so far?
  • What features do you use and which do you need in production?
  • How is the user experience of cli tools?
  • Are you donating to development?
  • Anything you might want to add.
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LinuxToday: GNOME's Mutter Rolls Out New Monitor Configuration System

Thursday 26th of January 2017 12:00:00 PM

Phoronix: GNOME developer Jonas Ådahl has begun landing his work on a new monitor configuration system in Mutter for the GNOME 3.24 desktop release.

Phoronix: There's Now A KDE-Branded Laptop Running Neon With Plasma 5

Thursday 26th of January 2017 11:32:00 AM
For KDE fans not interested in setting up a KDE-based Linux distribution on your own laptop and worrying about potential graphics driver bugs with Plasma or other possible headaches, there is now a "KDE laptop" backed by the KDE community...

LXer: Google Promotes Chrome 56 to Stable with HTML5 by Default, 51 Security Fixes

Thursday 26th of January 2017 11:28:20 AM
Google today promoted its the Chrome 56 web browser to the stable channel for all supported platforms, including GNU/Linux, macOS, and Microsoft Windows, which comes about 55 days after Chrome 55 was released.

Phoronix: Intel Sends In Final Batch Of DRM Features For Linux 4.11: DP MST, HuC Firmware

Thursday 26th of January 2017 11:18:05 AM
Daniel Vetter, the i915 DRM kernel maintainer from Intel's Open-Source Technology Center, has announced their final set of feature changes to be queued in DRM-Next for the Linux 4.11 kernel...

Reddit: KDE and Slimbook Release a Laptop for KDE Fans

Thursday 26th of January 2017 11:13:43 AM

Phoronix: Wine-Staging 2.0 Rolls Out For Experimental Users: Vulkan, D3D11, Etc

Thursday 26th of January 2017 11:05:49 AM
Based off the just-released Wine 2.0 is now the Wine-Staging 2.0 release with its many experimental/testing patches carried atop the upstream Wine code-base...

LXer: Firefox Focus Now Available in 27 Languages

Thursday 26th of January 2017 10:19:43 AM
International Data Privacy Day is right around the corner and to mark the event we’re happy to announce that Firefox Focus, the privacy browser, is now available for iOS in 27 languages covering billions of users around the world. Mozilla’s … Read more

LXer: BlankOn Linux explained

Thursday 26th of January 2017 09:11:05 AM
BlankOn Linux is originated in Indonesia and typically made for native people to increase awareness of Linux and to encourage more people to use Linux. Initial release was based on Fedora core but now, BlankOn Linux is based on Debian. BlankOn Linux uses a custom desktop environment and a good base. Let's see the details of BlankOn.

More in Tux Machines

Xfce Resurgence

  • Releases, releases, releases!
    So it’s not that I’ve been quiet and lazy – I was actually busy preparing some releases and hacking on stuff. So here’s an update on what’s been going on and what’s to come.
  • Alternative Global Menu For MATE And Xfce: Vala Panel AppMenu [PPA]
    A while back I wrote about TopMenu, a panel plugin that provides global menu (AppMenu) support for MATE, then also included support for Xfce and LXDE. The problem with TopMenu is that it only partially supports GTK3, it doesn't support LibreOffice, and with Ubuntu 16.04, it doesn't support Qt (4 or 5) applications. Here's where Vala Panel AppMenu comes in.
  • Parole Media Player 0.9.0 Released
    Development for the Xfce media player is back on! Well over a year since the last release, Parole 0.9.0 brings a fresh set of features and fixes.

Reviews: OpenELEC and Clear Linux

I next turned my attention to a distribution which has only recently been added to the DistroWatch database: Clear Linux. The Clear Linux distribution is unusual in a few ways. For one, the project is not designed to be a full featured or general purpose operating system; Clear Linux focuses on performance more than features. The distribution is fairly minimal and is designed with cloud computing in mind, though it may also be used in other areas, particularly on servers. Read more

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