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LinuxToday: 4 open source tools for doing online surveys

Monday 13th of February 2017 03:00:00 PM

Let's take a look at four open source survey tools that can suit your needs, no matter how simple or complex those needs are.

Linux.com: Growing Your Open Source Community With Twitter

Monday 13th of February 2017 02:45:01 PM
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Linux.com: Taming the Mesos Bleeding Edge with DC/OS

Monday 13th of February 2017 02:00:20 PM

Satya Nadella, the CEO of Microsoft, famously said: "Every business will become a software business, build applications, use advanced analytics and provide Saas services." That's a bold prediction. Aaron Williams, Head of Advocacy and DC/OS at Mesosphere, believes it's true and that DC/OS is the bridge to this new world. He tells us why at MesosCon Asia 2016.

Reddit: Why is it that Android phones can function fine for months but our modems need to be reset regularly?

Monday 13th of February 2017 01:50:12 PM

This is what I mean by resetting the modem. Apparently, its the software at fault. From what I know, modems use Linux as their OS. Android is also Linux. But it can go months without needing a reset.

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LXer: Review: KDE neon 5.9.1

Monday 13th of February 2017 01:46:12 PM
As a showcase for KDE, it's pretty good, but as an everyday distribution for newbies, its configuration and hardware recognition fall short.

Reddit: Anybody remember smit?

Monday 13th of February 2017 01:07:14 PM

It was a curses based AIX system administrator tool that showed the command lines it was executed to effect the configuration change.

Do any Linux distros have something similar?

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LinuxToday: Linuxbrew - A Common Package Manager For Linux And Mac OS X

Monday 13th of February 2017 01:00:00 PM

ostechnix: If you have used Mac OS, you will certainly have known about Homebrew, a package manager that allows you to install, remove, and update Unix tools and open source applications and packages.

Reddit: 4 Command-Line Graphics Tools for Linux

Monday 13th of February 2017 12:10:59 PM

Phoronix: WireGuard Is Still Looking Good As A Linux VPN Tunnel

Monday 13th of February 2017 12:09:25 PM
We've been talking about WireGuard for months and it's hoping to go mainline in the Linux kernel this calendar year. Earlier this month at FOSDEM was a status update on the project...

LXer: Don't ignore these early warning signs that your IT project is going awry

Monday 13th of February 2017 11:17:31 AM
When do you save an IT project that's going off track, and when do you kill it and move on? CIO of Okta shares his thoughts.

Phoronix: Clangd: LLVM's Clang Gets A Server

Monday 13th of February 2017 11:15:24 AM
An early feature for LLVM Clang 5.0 is a prototype implementation of clangd, a server component for the compiler...

LXer: The Best Operating System for Linux Gaming: Which One Do You Use and Why?

Monday 13th of February 2017 10:03:11 AM
In the last few months, we tried multiple GNU/Linux distributions for gaming purposes, and we have arrived at the conclusion that there's no perfect operating system out there designed for Linux gaming.

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