Hi all, I have a task I need to accomplish and am very inexperienced with Linux OS. I have two Linux OS that are able to ping each other and I need to complete a relatively simple task.
I need to develop a .sh script that when run, will copy files from one machine's directory to another machine. It just needs to be completed whenever I choose to run the script.submitted by /u/newwenha
Hello reddit!! I have had problems since Christmas when I got my $150 Xbox One Elite Controller. It works fine, just not on Linux... I tried just to just plug it in and play but it didn't work, I tried installing Xpad with an epic failure when copy-pasting the github commands ("git command not found") and I'm at a dead end... I'm on Linux Mint 17.3. So does anyone know how I might solve this problem? Any help will be appreciatedsubmitted by /u/Exos9
ZDnet: In August, Firefox will ship its first feature across all desktop platforms built using its Rust language.
Since the launch of the Raspberry Pi in 2012, the hobbyist community centered on low-cost, open-source, ARM-based computers has exploded dramatically. Every year, these small, hackable devices get cheaper and more powerful. In 2015, Oakland-based Next Thing Co. upped the ante by successfully Kickstarting a $9 computer it called “CHIP” to the tune of $2 million in funding. As part of its pitch, Next Thing Co. also showcased the PocketCHIP, a handheld version of the CHIP with a built-in keyboard and touchscreen display.
The PocketCHIP includes a 1GHz ARM CPU (with a Mali 400 GPU), 4GB of flash storage, 512MB of RAM, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, a 4.3-inch touchscreen display, a primitive keyboard, and a five-hour LiPo battery. With this device now shipping to Kickstarter backers, I thought it would be helpful to take a closer look at the gadget on my trusty workbench, and document my findings in this slideshow.
GNU Linux started as one man's personal project – it's now one of the most popular operating system bases in the world. But unlike macOS and Windows, there's not just one Linux OS. There are hundreds of individual platforms assembled from components and built upon the Linux kernel. Different distributions (distros) can vary wildly from one another.
So what's the best choice for your small business? We've approached this selection with a few criteria in mind. Stability is first and foremost, because if you're putting a distro to work, uptime is critical, and solid support provision comes a close second.
GUI comes in For Proxies
My last post was an overview of how this project is designed to offer proxy features through NetworkManager. NM is the server part (which configures PacRunner) and PacRunner is there inside to act as an engine for doing all stuff (Interpreting, downloading PAC File etc) Applications can call FindProxyForURL() DBus method on PacRunner DBus interface org.pacrunner.Client .
- Pulp 2.9.0 Generally Available
22 open source tools for creatives
Whether it's visuals, audio, writing, or design, there's an open source tool out there to help get the job done.
"It's absolutely possible to go from concept to finished, polished products, using free and open source software," said Jason.
- Tackling spam comments on SUSE Gallery
This is mostly a followup to my earlier post on testing Slackware 14.2. Since then, I have spent a little time using the installed slackware. So here are some of my notes.
Debian: Reproducible builds, Outreachy, and I
As some of you are aware, my world has had some significant changes since I began my Outreachy adventure.
AT&T Releases Virtualization Playbook Into Open Source
AT&T today committed to releasing into open source the software platform that powers our software-defined network (SDN). Making our current Enhanced Control, Orchestration, Management and Policy (ECOMP) platform available in open source will enable global service providers and cloud developers to meet non-stop network demands as data-hungry technologies like autonomous cars, augmented and virtual reality, 4K video and the Internet of Things (IoT) take off.
- The Long March to SDN Transformation
10 Myths About NFV (Mostly) Dispelled
The transition toward network functions virtualization (NFV) is in progress and, as with any technology transition, companies are proceeding with caution. The trick is figuring out which anticipated hazards are real, if any of those have already been cleared, and making sure you don't get frozen by hazards you anticipated but which failed to materialize.
What is DevOps? Mark Imbriaco Explains
Mark Imbriaco has spent the past 20 years working at some of the most interesting and innovative companies in the industry, including 37Signals, GitHub, and DigitalOcean before moving on to become Co-Founder and CEO at Operable. You can also find him talking about various DevOps topics at conferences and elsewhere online.
#HugOps in Practice: Empathy Skills for DevOps
We think we’re doing the whole DevOps thing right — new hires can deploy on day one, Travis CI is humming along, and we own the code we ship. But then something breaks, something doesn’t go according to plan, tempers flare up, and all that warm, fuzzy collaboration seems to evaporate. What’s going on? What happened to #HugOps?
NGINX Is the Most Popular Docker Container App [VIDEO]
There are a lot of different applications that are available on the Docker Hub repository for containerized applications, but none is more popular than the open-source Nginx web server.
In a video interview interview, Gus Robertson, CEO of NGINX discusses his firm's Docker popularity and why OpenStack isn't all that far behind.
"Typically Nginx and containers go together very closely," Robertson said.