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TuxMachines: The Linux Foundation Gives Microsoft (Paid-for) Keynote Position While Microsoft Extorts (With Patents) Lenovo and Motorola Over Linux Use

Tuesday 23rd of August 2016 09:51:44 AM

This morning's reminder that Nadella is just another Ballmer (with a different face); Motorola and Lenovo surrender to Microsoft's patent demands and will soon put Microsoft spyware/malware on their Linux-powered products to avert costly legal battles

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LXer: Linux rules the world. Where to next?

Tuesday 23rd of August 2016 09:51:38 AM
On the back of some significant improvements in the last year and a half, Linux is now the model for software development.

TuxMachines: Artist Sylvia Ritter Painted All 25 Ubuntu Linux Mascots and They're Astonishing

Tuesday 23rd of August 2016 09:10:33 AM

Artist Sylvia Ritter happily informs Softpedia about the availability of 25 wallpapers for mobile phones and tablet devices illustrating her vision of the mascots used for all the Ubuntu Linux operating system releases.

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Reddit: Is open source software open to criticism?

Tuesday 23rd of August 2016 09:05:49 AM

Open source, open standards, open community. But is open source software truly open to criticism?

Often when areas that could use some improvement in Linux or other software are pointed out in /r/linux, those posts get their downvote brigade quite promptly. Just browse the post list at any moment and you see what I mean.

I have seen this many times and it's interesting how systematically it happens. It also makes me a bit nauseous, when I begin to think if the whole purpose is to celebrate the awesomeness of open source and differing opinions are quickly silenced being politically incorrect.

Any theories on why this happens? Maybe the community feels attacked if there is criticism, and thus it works as a defense mechanism? Or maybe it is seen that something free in price should not be criticized too much?

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LXer: Linux Expert should knows, list of Command line Package Manager & Usage

Tuesday 23rd of August 2016 08:54:27 AM
As a server administrator, we knows package manager is one of the top contributor on Linux environment.

LXer: Rugged 3.5-inch SBCs run Linux on Bay Trail and Broadwell

Tuesday 23rd of August 2016 07:57:16 AM
Perfectron unveiled a pair of 3.5-inch SBCs: one with a quad-core Atom and the other with Broadwell Core SoCs. Both support extended temperatures. Perfectron, which recently tapped Intel’s 6th Gen “Skylake” SoCs on its INS8349A Mini-ITX board, has also announced two 3.5-inch form-factor boards with older Intel processors. The OXY5322A is equipped with a quad-core, […]

LXer: App development, avoiding pitfalls, and more OpenStack news

Tuesday 23rd of August 2016 07:00:05 AM
Are you interested in keeping track of what is happening in the open source cloud? is your source for news in OpenStack, the open source cloud infrastructure project. OpenStack around the webThere is a lot of interesting stuff being written about OpenStack.

LXer: Wine 1.8.4 Adds Support for More GPUs, Fixes 64-bit Mortal Kombat X Crash

Tuesday 23rd of August 2016 06:02:54 AM
Last week we told you all about the new improvements and fixes implemented in the Wine 1.9.17 development release, and now it's time to inform our readers about the latest stable Wine release, version 1.8.4.

LXer: The Top 10 Developers and Companies Contributing to the Linux Kernel in 2015-2016

Tuesday 23rd of August 2016 05:05:43 AM
The Linux kernel community came close this year to setting a new record for the number of changes merged in a single release, according to the latest Linux Kernel Development report released today by The Linux Foundation.

LXer: Intel reveals Broxton Atoms with Gen9 GPUs

Tuesday 23rd of August 2016 04:08:32 AM
At IDF, Intel revealed some new details on the 14nm “Broxton” Atom T5700 and T5500 SoCs. Highlights include Gen9 graphics, DDR4, and more memory bandwidth. Although there were plenty of interesting embedded computing announcements (namely: Joule, Aero, and Euclid) at last week’s Intel Developer Conference — almost all of them tied to the Intel RealSense […]

LXer: No highs, no lows: Linus Torvalds on 25 years of Linux

Tuesday 23rd of August 2016 03:11:21 AM
On August 25, Linux creator Linus Torvalds will be in a plane somewhere between Canada and the United States as his handiwork, which has completely changed the world of computing, marks its 25th birthday. He is in Toronto this week to attend the annual Linuxcon there, one of many conferences which he attends. There will be celebrations at the conference on Wednesday, though.

LXer: Installing an Apache Web Server with TLS

Tuesday 23rd of August 2016 02:14:10 AM
One of the powerful things that Linux on servers allows you to do is to create scalable web applications with little to no software costs. Apache HTTPD, commonly referred to as just Apache, is the number one web server software in the world.

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It can be hard to get away from working and collaborating on the web. Doing that is incredibly convenient: as long as you have an internet connection, you can easily work and share from just about anywhere, on just about any device. The main problem with most web-based office suites—like Google Drive, Zoho Office, and Office365—is that they're closed source. Your data also exists at the whim of large corporations. I'm sure you've heard numerous stories of, say, Google locking or removing accounts without warning. If that happens to you, you lose what's yours. So what's an open source advocate who wants to work with web applications to do? You turn to an open source alternative, of course. Let's take a look at three of them. Read more

Hackable voice-controlled speaker and IoT controller hits KS

SeedStudio’s hackable, $49 and up “ReSpeaker” speaker system runs OpenWrt on a Mediatek MT7688 and offers voice control over home appliances. The ReSpeaker went live on Kickstarter today and has already reached 95 percent of its $40,000 funding goal with 29 days remaining. The device is billed by SeedStudio as an “open source, modular voice interface that allows us to hack things around us, just using our voices.” While it can be used as an Internet media player or a voice-activated IoT hub — especially when integrated with Seeed’s Wio Link IoT board — it’s designed to be paired with individual devices. For example, the campaign’s video shows the ReSpeaker being tucked inside a teddy bear or toy robot, or attached to plant, enabling voice control and voice synthesis. Yes, the plant actually asks to be watered. Read more

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