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Reddit: Second release of KDE Frameworks 5

Thursday 7th of August 2014 11:22:27 AM

TuxMachines: Oracle Solaris 11.2 Officially Released

Thursday 7th of August 2014 11:09:45 AM

Oracle Solaris, one of the most widely deployed UNIX operating systems, which delivers critical cloud infrastructure with built-in virtualization, simplified software lifecycle management, cloud scale data management, and advanced protection for public, private, and hybrid cloud environments, has finally reached version 11.2.

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LXer: Flock 2014 Prague: Live Streaming & IRC Links – Day 1

Thursday 7th of August 2014 10:40:43 AM
Flock, the Fedora Contributor Conference, started this morning in Prague, the Czech Republic, and you can attend – no matter where in the world you are. (Although admittedly, depending on […]

Reddit: "UEFI: The Great Satan and you" by Adam Williamson

Thursday 7th of August 2014 10:35:02 AM

LXer: Microsoft versus Linux: Through the eyes of Microsoft

Thursday 7th of August 2014 09:43:32 AM
In today's open source roundup: Microsoft's "Why Microsoft" site is fun reading for Linux users. Plus: Is Microsoft ready to embrace open source? And when should software not be open source?

LXer: How To Install Drupal On Ubuntu 14.04

Thursday 7th of August 2014 08:46:21 AM
How To Install Drupal On Ubuntu 14.04 This document describes how to install and configure Drupal on Ubuntu 14.04. Drupal is an open source content management platform powering millions of websites and applications. It’s built, used, and supported by an active and diverse community of people around the world.

TuxMachines: Best Android tablets (August 2014 edition)

Thursday 7th of August 2014 08:04:16 AM

Given the broad choice, and combine that with rock-bottom prices, there's never been a better time to pick up a new Android tablet. Here are the best Android tablets for August 2014.

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TuxMachines: Qubes 2 RC2 Is Probably the Most Secure Operating System in Existence – Gallery

Thursday 7th of August 2014 08:03:05 AM

Qubes, an open source operating system designed to provide strong security for desktop computing, which is based on Xen, X Window System, and Linux and can run most Linux applications and utilize most of the Linux drivers, is now at version 2 RC2 and it's ready for testing.

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Reddit: Intel HD Graphics Bay Trail unsupported?

Thursday 7th of August 2014 07:53:28 AM

Sorry if this is the wrong place but I'm not even asking for help anymore...

So I got a cheap 400€ netbook which is nice, it has a fanless passively cooled Pentium N3530 CPU with Intel HD Graphics Bay Trail and after installing Ubuntu (I also tried other distros) I noticed some problems. Horrible 3D performance. Lots of screen tearing. Spent two weeks trying to fix the tearing issue and every solution I saw didn't work for me. So since it also has bad 3D performance and it's fairly new and only available on budget-priced passively cooled x86 tablets and netbooks this leads me to the conclusion that there is no driver support.

Is this true? Is there any place I can tell about this to the developers of the Intel drivers so someday there might be support? Because on Windows I don't have any problems and don't really want to switch to it.

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LXer: This month's best Android tablets

Thursday 7th of August 2014 07:49:10 AM
In today's Android roundup: ZDNet has a list of the best Android tablets for August. Plus: The Moto 360 smartwatch charger has been revealed, and Sony kills Playstation Mobile for Android.

TuxMachines: Bad Microsoft Android patents may lie behind Samsung lawsuit

Thursday 7th of August 2014 07:48:59 AM

Microsoft's wrestling match with Samsung may just be a contract fight, or it could be the beginning of a war over the validity of Microsoft's Android patents.

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TuxMachines: China Issues Ban On iPad, MacBook Pro, And Other Apple Products For Government Use

Thursday 7th of August 2014 07:41:36 AM

China seems to be on a mission to isolate itself from the world, at least in terms of technology. After banning Windows 8 on government PCs and raiding several of Microsoft's offices in China as part of an anti-trust investigation, Chinese officials have now prohibited to purchase of several Apple products for government use.

Reportedly, the list of banned Apple products include the iPad, iPad Mini, MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, and half a dozen other items, all of which were left off of a final government procurement list distributed in July. Interestingly, they appeared on the same list in draft form just a month ago. It's no surprise really, when you consider the Chinese state media already declared the iPhone a "threat to national security."

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Reddit: How to generate pure random string?

Thursday 7th of August 2014 07:39:46 AM

Put a fresh student in front of vim and ask him to quit.

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LXer: Android head-up display responds to voice and gestures

Thursday 7th of August 2014 06:51:59 AM
Navdy’s Android 4.4 based automotive head-up display (HUD) combines a projected display with voice and gesture controls to interact with smartphone apps. Transparent head-up displays (HUDs) are becoming increasingly available as pricey options for luxury cars, promising to improve driver safety by keeping eyes on the road. Now, San Francisco-based startup Navdy is introducing a one-size-fits-all aftermarket solution for the 99 percent. The Navdy HUD is available at a steep discount of $299 throughout August before moving to $499, and will ship in early 2015.

Reddit: Weekly Edition for July 31, 2014

Thursday 7th of August 2014 06:01:46 AM

LXer: Basho Adds Scalability, S3 API Compatibility to Riak NoSQL Storage

Thursday 7th of August 2014 05:54:48 AM
Riak CS 1.5, the latest open source NoSQL distributed storage database from Basho, introduces several new features, including expanded Amazon S3 storage API compatibility.

LXer: Ubuntu Shopping Lens (Scopes) Declared Legal in UK and Most Likely in European Union

Thursday 7th of August 2014 04:57:37 AM
The UK authorities have declared that the Ubuntu Shopping Lens are legal and that no laws have been broken, either in Great Britain or in the European Union.

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Alfresco Raises A Fresh $45M To Fuel Open-Source Enterprise Content Management

Alfresco, an open source, enterprise content management startup, is today announcing a new round of funding of $45 million — a Series D round that is more than twice as big as all of its previous rounds put together. The UK-based company competes against legacy services like Documentum (which was co-founded by one of Alfresco’s co-founders, John Newton) and Sharepoint to help large organisations manage their disparate document storage both in the cloud and on-premises, and also offer versioning control and other compliance requirements across mobile, PC and other devices. Alfresco will use the new funding to step its business up a gear, with new sales and marketing efforts, and moves into more cloud-based services that could see it competing more directly also against the likes of Dropbox, Box and Huddle. Read more

HandyLinux 1.6.1 Is a Linux Distro with a Windows Vibe

HandyLinux is a newer operating system and its developers have tried to provide a clear and familiar desktop interface. It might feel like it has a Windows 8 vibe, which is probably an effect of the theme used, but the OS is actually quite interesting. One of the most interesting aspects of the distribution is the menu launcher, which is quite odd. It opens a new window with all the applications and the user has to choose from there on. It's definitely something different from the norm. Read more

New Human Interface Guidelines for GNOME and GTK+

I’ve recently been hard at work on a new and updated version of the GNOME Human Interface Guidelines, and am pleased to announce that this will be ready for the upcoming 3.14 release. Over recent years, application design has evolved a huge amount. The web and native applications have become increasingly similar, and new design patterns have become the norm. During that period, those of use in the GNOME Design Team have worked with developers to expand the range of GTK+’s capabilities, and the result is a much more modern toolkit. Read more

Intel's Latest Linux Graphics Code Competes Against OS X 10.9

Tests I carried out last month with a Haswell-based Apple MacBook Air showed Linux largely smashing OS X 10.9 with the latest open-source graphics driver code on Linux over Apple's OpenGL driver. Today I'm testing the latest OS X 10.9.4 state against the newest Linux kernel and Intel Mesa driver code on Ubuntu while this time using an older Sandy Bridge era Apple Mac Mini. Read more