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Reddit: First Linux Install!

Monday 2nd of February 2015 06:46:30 AM

I just installed Linux for the first time on my own machine.

It's been a while since I used it. Traditionally I am a Mac guy, as I do a lot of audio editing/recording and it seems to get along with Pro Tools much better than Windows. I had an extra laptop that I bought last year for my wife lying around that she never used as she ended up using an old mac laptop I had, so I decided to give Linux a go since I hate windows 8 so much.

It is outstanding so far, I already like it more than Mac for an "every day use" machine. I can't believe I didn't do this sooner. Also, the computer runs quite a bit faster now than before, another huge plus. Been lurking long enough here that I'm finally glad to join the party.

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LXer: The week in security: DDoS rising in Australia, US warns on IoT security

Monday 2nd of February 2015 06:01:37 AM
Linux vendors were scrambling to respond to a newly discovered 'GHOST' bug that is remotely exploitable and was judged to pose a high risk to a number of Linux distributions. After further analysis, some security analysts said the bug was potentially serious and annoying to fix, but probably not catastrophic.

LXer: CoreOS Linux: it's how Google, Facebook & Twitter run at scale

Monday 2nd of February 2015 04:07:15 AM
CoreOS is a new lightweight Linux distribution that has been re-architected to provide features needed to run what its development team labels as "modern infrastructure" stacks for what are usually clustered deployments.

Reddit: Turbocharged Raspberry Pi 2 unleashed

Monday 2nd of February 2015 03:36:32 AM

Reddit: mkcast - Create GIF screencasts of a terminal

Monday 2nd of February 2015 02:35:35 AM

LXer: Install Invoice Ninja on a Debian 7 VPS

Monday 2nd of February 2015 02:07:24 AM
n this tutorial we’ll see how to install Invoice Ninja on a Debian 7 (Wheezy) VPS with MariaDB, PHP-FPM and Nginx. Invoice Ninja is a free, open-source solution for invoicing and billing customers and it’s based on Laravel 4.1 framework. This guide should work on other Linux VPS systems as well but was tested and written for Debian 7 VPS.

LinuxToday: How to Install Firmware in Debian to Enable Wireless, Video, or Sound

Monday 2nd of February 2015 02:00:00 AM

Linux.com: Once the install is complete, you find out your wireless isn’t working! What do you do?

Reddit: Unvanquished Alpha 36 released

Monday 2nd of February 2015 01:44:43 AM

Reddit: Google Drive for Linux leaked in screenshots

Monday 2nd of February 2015 12:47:41 AM

Phoronix: Perl 6.0 Might Finally Be Released This Year

Monday 2nd of February 2015 12:40:22 AM
It was revealed this weekend at FOSDEM in Brussels that the plan is to hopefully release Perl 6.0 by this Christmas...

TuxMachines: today's howtos

Monday 2nd of February 2015 12:25:21 AM

TuxMachines: today's leftovers

Monday 2nd of February 2015 12:23:57 AM

TuxMachines: Android Leftovers

Monday 2nd of February 2015 12:14:44 AM

TuxMachines: Release: SymphonyOS 15.0

Monday 2nd of February 2015 12:08:37 AM

I am pleased to announce the release of SymphonyOS 15.0. This release continues improvements to the Mezzo 4 desktop bringing it to a much more stable state.

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Phoronix: Freedreno's MSM Driver Has New Features For Linux 3.20

Sunday 1st of February 2015 11:36:45 PM
Rob Clark has sent in his main pull request of the Freedreno's MSM DRM driver with changes intended for the Linux 3.20 kernel...

Reddit: What do you use to manage many ssh key/different connection?

Sunday 1st of February 2015 11:01:04 PM

What do you guys use to handle many different ssh key and ip? I don't like the .ssh/config Host solution. Is there something else?
I need something that store 100+ ip address and different login name and keys.

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LXer: Learn the Art of Computer Programming With These Great Free Beginner Books

Sunday 1st of February 2015 09:24:07 PM
Learning to code still remains a buzz. The problem facing any budding new programmer is how to start. Questions abound. What's the best programming language for a beginner? What's the best way to learn? In my opinion, it is best to first get interested in programming, then seek out some experienced coders and discuss and discuss, and learn programming by doing, practising with lots of practical examples and the aid of an excellent introductory book.

Reddit: re:Linux support for popular professional programs

Sunday 1st of February 2015 08:26:28 PM

I find anytime this is brought up somewhere outside of linux centric subreddits one main tired argument is brought up in one version or another.

There is no money in linux. By which they are saying either linux users don't spend money, or the linux development community in general doesn't make money.

Which as we all know is a bad argument for a great many reasons. However this is still one of the largest issues keeping many companies from supporting linux because thats how they look at the issue as well. The same sentiments have been said by representatives from many software companies.

So I ask, is there a way the linux community can curb that point of view?

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TuxMachines: GOL Survey Results: January

Sunday 1st of February 2015 08:14:45 PM

Thanks to GOL reader Fedso, we now have month-by-month comparisons for the survey as well as an automated program which takes the raw survey data and makes graphs. This is pretty exciting stuff since now one of the main goals of the survey project has been achieved and we can observe trends over time.

You can find the new survey for this month here.

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Ubuntu MATE 15.04 Vivid Vervet Beta 1 Released, Ubuntu MATE Is Now Official Flavor


ubuntu 15.04 beta released with official release for MATE

Ubuntu 15.04 Vivid Vervet MATE Beta 1 released today with other flavors of Ubuntu like KDE, Xfce, LXDE and GNOME desktop environment. Although, as usual Ubuntu unity has not taken part in Beta release. And first time Ubuntu MATE is an official releaed.
 

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