Whether you’re a CSS rookie or frontend virtuoso, frameworks can be used effectively during the early stages of development. Crafting a website from scratch is sometimes useful and oftentimes necessary. But it’s not the only solution in this wacky open source wonderland.
TuxMachines: A Deeper Dive Into the Shark Tank: How Open Source Technology Enables Agile Business Growth
ABC’s Shark Tank is a US television show and a favorite among American entrepreneurs. Each week, business owners offer up a piece of their equity in exchange for cash from savvy and respected investors. It’s exciting to see entrepreneurs get their dreams funded — but what do these contestants have in common? And although a majority are using WordPress, what other platforms and CMSs are these businesses running on?
In this interview, Red Hat CIO Lee Congdon discusses the role he sees for openness and collaboration in the innovation process. Congdon also highlights the benefits offered by the open hybrid cloud model, and shares advice for IT leaders who want to guide their business partners on their journey to the cloud.
After last week delivering initial open-source Radeon DRM driver tests on Linux 3.19, here's similar treatment in testing out the new Linux 3.19 kernel with the Nouveau DRM driver for open-source NVIDIA graphics.
Is there a way I can start writing kernel messages to a serial port without adding it to the kernel boot parameters and rebooting?
Also, I'm trying to troubleshoot a kernel panic that doesn't get logged to disk. I could also use Netconsole, but I'm concerned that this will add more points of failure in attempting to capture these messages. What are your thoughts on this?submitted by synthead
A few days back I wrote about being able to finally get the Metro Redux game benchmarks running in an automated manner under Linux to the point that we're now able to test it with the Phoronix Test Suite. With Metro 2033 Redux and Metro Last Light Redux now running well for our testing purposes, I've carried out performance tests of these two games with twenty-two AMD Radeon and NVIDIA GeForce graphics cards on Linux. Besides looking at the normal FPS result there's also frame latency metrics, power consumption data for each of these graphics cards, performance-per-Watt metrics, and GPU thermal results. If you're wondering what graphics card works best for your needs for OpenGL 4.x Linux gaming, here's an interesting look with the Metro Redux titles that premiered on Steam for Linux back in December.
For basic use things just work, you don’t need to learn anything new to use systemd.
It provides significant benefits for boot speed and potentially security.
The software vendor Red Hat has launched an upgrade to Satellite 5, its lifecycle management tool, continuing support for the software despite the release of version 6 in September.
HowToForge: Forget about Google, you want your own cloud.
Hi folks! I'm starting a project for my own learning and possibly commercial purposes in the future. I want to build my home network to have many of the main features of a business network including a file server, virtual host, firewall/router server, wireless network, Local DNS, web server.
Right now I'm contemplating the best way to go in terms of firewall and DNS. I can either build a server from an old PC or use DD-WRT on my router to handle this from what I've learned. Which method would be most cost effective but also provide good security and stable DNS? I'm going to be subscribing to dyndns for IP change following with my web servers set up on a virtual host.submitted by wallstreetcries
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