- process listing consistency
- Puppet/puppetdb/storeconfigs validation issues
- How to install GNOME Builder Nightly with Flatpak
- Deploy your Flask Web Application on Ubuntu 16.04 with Apache, Gunicorn and systemd
- How to take screenshots on Ubuntu 16.04 with ScreenCloud
- How to Upgrade to Ubuntu 16.10 from Ubuntu 16.04 LTS
So I made a installer USB with the latest stable release of Manjaro (16.08). At first the USB wouldn't even boot it would load a bit then go to a black screen. I got it to boot by trying a few times. Managed to install it to a partition on my disk but now the installation wont boot and just goes to a black screen.
System specs are: i5 2.3ghz Skylake 12GB RAM
Why is this happening? I was really looking forward to trying a linux distro after so long not using one.submitted by /u/TravelingAnarchist
Elementary OS is one of the most beautiful Linux distros that I have ever tried. It is based on Ubuntu and the version 0.4 of Elementary OS is based on Ubuntu 16.04 LTS. This review has been written after using the operating system for a complete week.
'Critical Annihilation', a twin-stick shoot 'em up made entirely out of destructible voxels has a Linux build
'Critical Annihilation' [Official Blog, Steam] is a rather fun looking shoot 'em up that features destructible voxels. Linux users asked for a build and the developer has put up a beta.
Honestly, I think this one looks like a crazy amount of fun so I am surprised it has so few players.
The developer put up a Linux build from requests for it, to access it you need to opt into the beta from within Steam. The developer has noted it's not really supported right now, as they have yet to setup a Linux machine, but it's nice to see a developer respond to requests for a Linux build.
It's also in Early Access, so it's still under development as a whole. The reviews even this early on are very positive, so the developer could be onto something here.
- Testing out Brigador with the new control scheme, destroy everything
- Hunger Dungeon, a free to play 1-6 player online battle arena, it’s kinda fun
- Stellaris 1.3 patch 'Heinlein' and Leviathans DLC will be released on the 20th of October
'AI War II' strategy game is real, needs funding on Kickstarter, Linux planned from day-1
Arcen are looking for $299,400 so they have some ways to go, but they have 30 days and already have nearly £10K.
I have a lot of respect for Arcen Games, even though their latest game 'In Case of Emergency, Release Raptor' was stopped and given out free, they dealt with it really quite well. So I do continue to respect them.
Feral Interactive will be livestreaming the soon to be released Mad Max Linux port
On Thursday this week Feral Interactive will do a livestream of the soon to be released Linux port of Mad Max.
I am in looks for a walkie-talkie cross platform software. Something like Voxer, but for desktop. We have small team of ten employees. Everybody works on Ubuntu & Windows machines. Most of the messaging apps like Wire or Tox send voice messages or direct calls. What I need, just regular push to talk, old school, secretary like messages, where I could just send a voice message and it will be automatically played on the other side. No need to reach out for phones.submitted by /u/gevera
GoboLinux developer Lucas C. Villa Real announced today, October 10, 2016, the general availability of the first Alpha pre-release version of the upcoming GoboLinux 016 GNU/Linux operating system.
Today I was bored and discovered how to use rsync, something I surprisingly didn't know how to do already. I decided to make a script that would allow me to plug in my external drive, type in one command, and have a brand new bootable backup. It is extremely bare bones and probably only works on my system, hence the WIP.
Any comments, tips, and tricks would greatly be apreciated./u/PenguinSnail
Today, October 10, 2016, Choqok developer Andrea Scarpino was excited to announce the availability of the final release of the Choqok 1.6 micro-blogging client for users of the KDE Plasma desktop environment.
EnterpriseNetworkingPlanet: Two open-source IoT efforts join forces in a bid to accelerate interoperability
Arrow has announced it has joined the Red Hat Certified Cloud and Service Provider programme, allowing it to distribute the company's hybrid cloud solutions to its channel customers in the UK.
Now customers and independent software vendors can benefit from Arrow's extensive partner network, which in turn, will be fully supported to sell Red Hat's innovations.
The products Arrow will be selling will help cloud hosting, system integrators and managed service providers resell Red Hat's full range of products using its on-demand, via multi-tenant, dedicated, and managed models.
The development team of the Kexi open-source visual database applications creator distributed as part of the Calligra office suite for KDE-based GNU/Linux distributions announced the release of Kexi 3.0.0.
The Apache Software Foundation released today, October 10, 2016, the third maintenance update to the OpenOffice 4.1 stable series of the open-source and cross-platform office suite.