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LXer: Wireless Display Support Is Coming to Nexus 5 and OnePlus One Ubuntu Phones

Monday 6th of June 2016 04:10:27 PM
UBports developer Marius Gripsgård announced earlier this morning that he is currently working on bringing Canonical's new Aethercast (Wireless Display) for the Nexus 5 and OnePlus One Ubuntu Phone devices.

TuxMachines: GNU Tools

Monday 6th of June 2016 04:10:20 PM
  • GNU Remotecontrol: Newsletter – June 2016
  • GNU cryptocurrency aims at 'the mainstream economy not the black market'

    GNU and an outfit called “Inria” have released Alpha code – version 0.0.0 to be precise – of an anonymous-but-taxable electronic payments system they say is “a currency for the mainstream economy, and not the black market.”

    “Taler”, as the effort is dubbed, looks to be an attempt to build on the concepts behind Bitcoin. So while Taler lets you use encrypted “coins” as a means of exchange, it is explicitly not a new currency. Instead, it “... uses an electronic exchange holding financial reserves in existing currencies.”

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TuxMachines: Today in Techrights

Monday 6th of June 2016 03:43:28 PM

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LXer: How to effectively clear your bash history

Monday 6th of June 2016 03:13:16 PM
On your Linux machines, a history of your bash commands is retained. This is great when you need to repeat a command or can't remember exactly how you executed a command in a previous session. However, this can also be seen as a security issue. What if someone gains access to your machine, opens a terminal window, and checks through your bash history to see what commands you've run?

Phoronix: Qt 5.6.1 Should Be Released This Week, Test Packages Available

Monday 6th of June 2016 02:58:09 PM
Not everyone has been happy with the state of Qt 5.6.0, that was released after months of delay and Qt 5.7 is just around the corner. Fortunately, Qt 5.6.1 should be out this week with some important bug fixes...

Reddit: 3 open source alternatives to AutoCAD

Monday 6th of June 2016 02:20:35 PM

LXer: Linux Tutorial: Keep unreliable services running round the clock on production servers

Monday 6th of June 2016 02:16:05 PM
Despite your best efforts sometimes daemons don't behave and your services stop working.

Phoronix: Manjaro Linux 16.06 Released, Powered By Linux 4.4 & Latest Arch

Monday 6th of June 2016 02:13:28 PM
Manjaro Linux 16.06 "Daniella" was released today as the latest stable version of this popular Linux distribution derived from Arch Linux...

Reddit: I know this has been asked a million times, but as an absolute beginner trying to learn Linux, where do I start?

Monday 6th of June 2016 02:13:16 PM

I have some programming background as I have just completed a C++ course as well as a Visual Basic class at my high school. Much apreciared thanks.

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Reddit: New Chips Give Linux a Hand in Wearables

Monday 6th of June 2016 02:08:14 PM

Reddit: FOSS Forece reviews Tiny Core Linux

Monday 6th of June 2016 02:00:12 PM

Reddit: What is a good online resource to keep track of all new software updates and releases outside official repos that provide a Linux version?

Monday 6th of June 2016 01:31:03 PM

I have been noticing that there is quite a lot more software available for Linux outside of official repos than I thought.

For instance some interesting notetaking tools, such as TagSpaces, Laverna, NixNote, GitBook, all of them are not in distros repositories but provide a bundled tar.gz archive that can simply be extracted and run on Linux. In web browsers we have Chrome, Opera, Vivaldi and Firefox Beta/Dev.

However, I haven't found a centralised resource to browse for this "extra" software, I only get to know it exists by spending some minutes Googling or stumbling upon a reddit thread where it's mentioned. Is there some website or central database that keeps track of all new releases and updates for Linux?

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LXer: Intel reveals Xeon E7 v4: Is that 24TB in your pocket or are... oh, it is

Monday 6th of June 2016 01:18:54 PM
New chips longing for a home in next refresh's scale-out serversAs expected, following the announcement of the Xeon E5 v4 server chips, here comes Intel's Xeon E7-8800 and E7-4800 v4 processors.…

LXer: PostgreSQL High Availabilty/Fail Over options

Monday 6th of June 2016 12:21:43 PM
Postgres has many fail over and high availability options. This post is the 2nd in the backup and high availability configuration options for Postgres. It covers the built-in options only and does not look at the many plug-ins and 3rd party solutions that are available.

Phoronix: Phoronix Test Suite By The Numbers After Eight Years, Millions Of Benchmarks Run

Monday 6th of June 2016 11:59:31 AM
In addition to Phoronix turning 12 years old yesterday, 5 June marked the Phoronix Test Suite turning eight years old since its version 1.0 release...

Phoronix: The Linux DRM Drivers Continue Marching Ahead With Atomic Support

Monday 6th of June 2016 11:47:06 AM
The Linux kernel DRM/KMS drivers continue moving ahead with their atomic conversion...

Phoronix: DragonFlyBSD Has Initial NVMe Driver Support

Monday 6th of June 2016 11:39:21 AM
The DragonFlyBSD kernel now has an initial NVMe (Non-Volatile Memory Express) driver for supporting these modern, super-fast storage solutions...

LXer: Tiny Core Linux 7.1: Big Where It Counts

Monday 6th of June 2016 11:24:32 AM
There's an old cliché that promises "big things come in small packages." Our reviewer takes a look at Tiny Core Linux and finds a lot of wallop in its 16MB size.

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