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Reddit: My remote shell session setup

Wednesday 9th of November 2016 07:52:11 AM

LXer: Lubuntu 16.10 - enjoyable motley lightness

Wednesday 9th of November 2016 07:21:10 AM
Lubuntu 16.10 was released recently, so let's have a look on this new release now.

Reddit: Linux Courses Vs Android Courses

Wednesday 9th of November 2016 06:32:32 AM

Developing Android Apps by Google and other courses from Google: Completely Free

Developing Applications For Linux and other courses from Linux Foundation : $2950+

Something is very wrong :(

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LXer: First 3.5-inch Apollo Lake single board computers appear

Wednesday 9th of November 2016 06:06:50 AM
Aaeon and Avalue each unveiled 3.5-inch SBCs using Intel’s Apollo Lake processors, providing triple display support, wide-range power, and up to 8GB of RAM. Aaeon’s GENE-APL5 and Avalue’s ECM-APL are the first 3.5-inch (146 x 101mm) form factor single board computers we’ve seen that support Intel’s 14nm-fabricated “Apollo Lake” Atom E3900 SoCs.

Reddit: What laptop to buy for Linux?

Wednesday 9th of November 2016 05:24:52 AM

With Lenovo being idiots about supporting other OSs and quite frankly none of their recent stuff is any good, what should I look at for a good Linux laptop? Preferably something with a dedicated GPU so I can dual boot.

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Reddit: A Deeper Dive Into Nodio

Wednesday 9th of November 2016 05:10:52 AM

LXer: TiVo’s “TV Guide” patents are DOA at appeals court

Wednesday 9th of November 2016 04:52:30 AM
A five-year-old patent brawl between Netflix and Rovi (now TiVo) has reached a turning point, with the US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit upholding a major lower-court victory by Netflix.

LXer: Mozilla Hosts Seventh Annual MozFest in London this weekend

Wednesday 9th of November 2016 03:38:10 AM
Join us at MozFest 2016 this weekend: Fri 28 – Sun 30th October 2016 Now in its seventh year, MozFest is the world’s go-to event for the free and open Internet movement. Part meeting place for like-minded individuals keen to … Read more

Reddit: How does Linux handle Microsoft Precision Touchpads?

Wednesday 9th of November 2016 02:46:31 AM

These touchpad eschew the traditional driver and instead dump a raw event stream to the host OS, and the OS is responsible for interpreting it. In Windows, these touchpad are excellent, and rival Apple hardware.

If I buy a laptop with a Microsoft Precision Touchpad, how does Linux handle it? Does the pad work with the Synaptic drivers because the hardware is made by Synaptics? Or does whatever distro you're using itself handle and interpret the event stream, like Windows 10 does?

People (including Dell!) have installed Ubuntu on Dell XPS machines which feature PTP hardware, so I know it works. I want to know if it works as well in Linux as it does in Windows, and if it doesn't, what the configuration options are.

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Reddit: What's the point of pseudo devices?

Wednesday 9th of November 2016 02:40:09 AM

I've been reading through Linux Journey to learn more about Linux. In the Device Names section of the Devices lesson it talks about pseudo devices, specifically /dev/null, /dev/random and /dev/zero. I was wondering what the point of these devices, and similar devices, are. Isn't it useless to have a device file that just outputs zeros or random digits? Any sort of clearance on this would be appreciated.

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LXer: Python List Methods

Wednesday 9th of November 2016 02:23:50 AM
Using methods with lists gives you the power to manipulate the data stored in the lists quickly and effectively. Many of these methods are concerned with finding, adding, and removing pieces of data stored within the list they are being called on. Others are more concerned with the structure of the list itself.

Reddit: To Do List Application

Wednesday 9th of November 2016 02:00:46 AM

Hey, I need recommendations for lightweight to-do list applications available on Ubuntu 16.04

Preferably, it has an option to enter and sort by priority

Thanks

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Slashdot: Ubuntu Budgie Is Now An Official Ubuntu Flavor

Wednesday 9th of November 2016 01:11:11 AM

LXer: SUSE Linux Enterprise Server Out for Raspberry Pi 3, Supports Bluetooth & Wi-Fi

Wednesday 9th of November 2016 01:09:30 AM
The release of SUSE Linux Enterprise 12 Service Pack 2 is not the only thing SUSE Linux fans should get excited for today, as there's now SUSE Linux Enterprise Server for Raspberry Pi.

LXer: SUSE: Unleash the Tiger!

Tuesday 8th of November 2016 11:55:10 PM
This is our first dispatch from the front lines: Washington DC. And I am not speaking of the election front lines, but of the Linux front. Linux Journal has come to SUSECon this year to, among other things, gauge the state of the world concerning all things open source. To plagiarize every president at the start of every state of the union address, the state of Linux is strong!

TuxMachines: GTK+ 3.22.3 Brings GL Improvements on Windows, Adds HiDPI Support as Well

Tuesday 8th of November 2016 11:11:02 PM

We told you yesterday that GNOME 3.22 users are in for a treat this week as the project's developers are hard at work to unleash the second and last stable update to the series, GNOME 3.22.2, due for release on November 9, 2016.

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Canonical Releases Snapcraft 2.23 Snap Creator for Ubuntu 16.04 LTS and 16.10

Canonical's Snappy development team have released a new maintenance version of the Snapcraft 2.x tool that lets applications developers package their apps as Snap packages for Ubuntu and other GNU/Linux distributions that support Snaps. Read more

Mandriva Fork Mageia 5.1 Lets Users Install the Linux OS on NVMe-Based Drives

The development team behind the Mandriva fork Mageia Linux distribution are announcing the release and general availability of the first, and probably the last, point release of the Mageia 5 series. Read more

Linux 4.9-rc8

So if anybody has been following the git tree, it should come as no surprise that I ended up doing an rc8 after all: things haven't been bad, but it also hasn't been the complete quiet that would have made me go "no point in doing another week". Extra kudos to Arnd, who actually root-caused the incredibly annoying "modversions do not work with new versions of binutils", bisecting it to a particular change to symbol handling in binutils, and then adding a small one-liner patch to the kernel to work around the issue. We already had other workarounds in place, but it's always good to know exactly what in the tool chain changed to cause things like this. Read more Also: Linux Kernel 4.9 Slated for December 11 Release as Linus Torvalds Outs RC8 Linux 4.9-rc8 Kernel Released