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TuxMachines: Linux Distros That Discontinued Unexpectedly

Wednesday 20th of December 2017 02:38:29 PM

The thing about Linux is that anyone can model it to their choice, this has led to many users/teams creating their own customized distributions. Since there is no fully fledged organization behind them, some of them are not able to sustain development. This may lead to the discontinuation of the project. So here in this article, let us have a look at some Linux distributions that discontinued unexpectedly.

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Phoronix: Khronos Announces NNEF 1.0 Standard For Neural Networks

Wednesday 20th of December 2017 02:03:38 PM
Last year The Khronos Group announced NNEF as a open-source, royalty-free neural network format to combat the proprietary formats used today. In their last standards update of 2017, NNEF 1.0 is now available...

LXer: How to use your entire CPU in Bash with parallel

Wednesday 20th of December 2017 01:54:37 PM
When CPU bound jobs are run in bash, such as gzipping log files, they will get compressed sequentially on a single CPU core. This guide explores how to use parallel to utilize every CPU core.

Phoronix: Atomic Mode-Setting Support For Wayland's Weston Might Finally Be Ready To Land

Wednesday 20th of December 2017 01:21:08 PM
After going through fourteen rounds of patch revisions, Daniel Stone of Collabora might be ready to land his 40+ patches implementing atomic mode-setting support within Weston...

LinuxToday: How to generate webpages using CGI scripts

Wednesday 20th of December 2017 01:00:00 PM The Common Gateway Interface provides an easy way to build dynamic websites using any language of your choice.

Reddit: LibreOffice 5.4.4 released

Wednesday 20th of December 2017 12:50:49 PM

LXer: Debugging with GNOME Builder

Wednesday 20th of December 2017 12:40:17 PM
GNOME Builder 3.26 ships a number of new features, including improved symbol searching, inline documentation and integrated debugging. Prior to this, developers could code and compile their program in Builder, but would need to switch to a separate debugger (either... Continue Reading →

Reddit: Release | Endless OS Version 3.3.5 - releases

Wednesday 20th of December 2017 12:07:40 PM

Phoronix: oVirt 4.2 Brings A New Admin Panel, NVIDIA vGPU Support

Wednesday 20th of December 2017 12:07:25 PM
Red Hat developers working on the oVirt virtualization management platform have announced the release of oVirt 4.2...

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