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Phoronix: PostgreSQL 10.0 Officially Released

Thursday 5th of October 2017 02:30:21 PM
Server administrators can upgrade to PostgreSQL 10.0 with it now being the latest stable release of this SQL database system...

LXer: Tilda – A Gtk Based Drop Down Terminal Emulator For Linux And Unix

Thursday 5th of October 2017 01:32:05 PM
Tilda is a very lean terminal emulator, It requires few dependencies and consuming very less resources compare with others.

Phoronix: Intel Core i7 8700K Linux Benchmarks

Thursday 5th of October 2017 01:01:01 PM
2017 has been an interesting year for processors with AMD's long awaited introduction of the Zen-based Ryzen / Threadripper / EPYC processors, Intel's Core X-Series processors for high-end desktops, the Xeon Scalable processor family introduction, and now the launch of Coffee Lake as a "Kaby Lake Refresh" step before the Cannonlake desktop processors expected in 2018. While another 14nm CPU, Coffee Lake is interesting is that Intel has now upped their desktop core counts in response to Ryzen. With the Core i7 series is now six cores plus Hyper Threading, compared to 4 cores plus HT with previous i7 models. The Core i5 CPUs are also now six core but sans Hyper Threading and there is also the just-published Core i5 8400 Linux benchmarks. This article serves as our first look at the Coffee Lake Core i7 CPUs in the form of the 8700K.

Phoronix: Intel Core i5 8400 Linux Performance

Thursday 5th of October 2017 01:01:00 PM
Today marks the embargo expiry for reviews on Intel's new Coffeelake desktop processors. While a CPU refresh may not normally be too exciting, thanks to the pressure from AMD with their Ryzen processors pushing core counts higher, Intel is now upping the core counts in their desktop CPUs. Today we will be featuring Linux benchmarks of the Core i5 8400 and Core i7 8700K while this article is focusing on the i5-8400: a six-core Core i5! Linux Networking Hardware for Beginners: LAN Hardware

Thursday 5th of October 2017 01:00:03 PM
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Phoronix: More AMDGPU DC + RadeonSI/RADV vs. NVIDIA Linux OpenGL+Vulkan Benchmarks

Thursday 5th of October 2017 12:43:29 PM
Last week I published the Radeon RX Vega Performance With Mesa 17.3-dev + LLVM 6 + drm-next-4.15-dc article offering a fresh look at the RX Vega 56/65 Linux performance using the new AMDGPU DC code that's likely to be merged in Linux 4.15. As well, the latest Mesa 17.3-dev Git code built against LLVM 6.0 SVN while all compared to the latest NVIDIA driver. Out of that article came some premium requests to see a larger comparison, so here that is...

Phoronix: LibertyBSD 6.1 Released As A "Deblobbed" Version Of OpenBSD

Thursday 5th of October 2017 12:39:21 PM
LibertyBSD 6.1 is now available as a deblobbed version of OpenBSD...

Phoronix: Qt 5.9.2 Released With Bug Fixes

Thursday 5th of October 2017 12:08:50 PM
With Qt 5.9 being a Long-Term Support release, Qt 5.9.2 is out today with the latest bug fixes and performance improvements...

LinuxToday: Adopting minimalism in your docs

Thursday 5th of October 2017 11:00:00 AM

The best technical documentation is in sync with the reader's needs. How can you make that happen?

LXer: Purism’s Librem 5 Linux phone will likely feature NXP i.mx8 processor (if it ships)

Thursday 5th of October 2017 10:42:26 AM
It’s starting to look like that Purism Librem 5 smartphone with a GNU/Linux operating system and hardware kill switches for the camera, mic, wireless features might actually happen.

TuxMachines: Games: Vikings - Wolves of Midgard, Fell Seal: Arbiter's Mark, Road Redemption

Thursday 5th of October 2017 10:18:10 AM

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TuxMachines: Security: India's Internet, Equifax, and Yahoo!

Thursday 5th of October 2017 10:15:47 AM

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TuxMachines: Ubuntu: Development Updates, MAAS 2.3.0 Beta, Heroku and Writing Japanese

Thursday 5th of October 2017 10:11:10 AM

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TuxMachines: GNU/Linux Market Share and FUD

Thursday 5th of October 2017 09:57:52 AM
  • Linux Market Share Is Stupid | For The Record

    Will the Linux market share even reach 5%? Should we consider Chrome OS a successful example of Linux on the desktop? I ask these questions and discuss the recent revelation that data tracking for Linux usage isn’t always that accurate.

  • Munich, Germany, once an open source champion, begins moving back to Microsoft [Ed: Partly fake news from a Microsoft site because they are only assessing costs; Microsoft corruption there is still probed and the actions challenged at multiple levels.]

    If this work is being done behind the scene, for now, Matthias Kirschner, president of the Free Software Foundation Europe (FSFE), explained that “it was agreed that the final decision will be made by the city council members after they receive a calculation of the costs.”

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TuxMachines: KStars 2.8.5 is released!

Thursday 5th of October 2017 09:55:19 AM

So here comes another minor release for KStars v2.8.5 just less than two weeks after 2.8.4 was released. KStars v2.8.5 is available for Windows, MacOS, and Linux.

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Phoronix: GNOME 3.26.1 Officially Released With Various Updates

Thursday 5th of October 2017 09:52:16 AM
GNOME 3.26.1 officially made it out last night as the only planned point release update prior to next year's GNOME 3.28...

LXer: SiFive unleashes the first Linux-ready, 64-bit RISC-V SoC

Thursday 5th of October 2017 09:16:40 AM
SiFive has taped out the first multi-core RISC-V based processor design, and the first to run Linux, featuring 4x 1.5GHz “U54” cores and a management core. SiFive announced “early access” availability of the 64-bit, quad-core U54-MC Coreplex – the first Linux-ready application processor built around the open source RISC-V architecture. Fabricated with a 28nm TSMC […]

TuxMachines: Open Jam, our open source game jam, kicks off this week

Thursday 5th of October 2017 09:09:35 AM

Open Jam is all about open source games and open game development. Whereas some jams require participants to submit source code for their games, not all of them require that code to be open source licensed. Open Jam encourages you to use open source tools and assets and to link them in your submission. Once voting has concluded, the top three games will be featured at All Things Open.

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TuxMachines: Linux-based, Open Source Smartphone Librem 5 Crosses $1 Million In Funding

Thursday 5th of October 2017 09:00:29 AM

Ever since Purism has launched its crowdfunding campaign for Librem 5 smartphone, the project has been getting overwhelming support from the Linux and open source community. In recent past, Purism announced partnerships with KDE and GNOME.

The Librem 5 crowdfunding campaign is aiming at a funding of $1.5 million. If you look at the current stats, the campaign has just crossed the $1 million mark.

In case you’re more interested in numbers, let me tell you that Librem 5 raised $100,000 in the first 100 hours. With 18 days to go, Librem 5 is expected to cross the funding goal easily.

Talking about Purism’s partnerships, GNOME will provide a reference platform, software developers, and sponsorships for GNOME/GTK development. “GNOME Foundation will be helping coordinate hackfests, and community involvement,” Purism CEO Todd Weaver told Fossbytes previously in an interview.

Also:Purism exceeds $1 million in funding for Librem 5 Linux-based smartphone

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Mastodon 2.0

About 6 months have passed since April, during which the major mainstream breakthrough of our decentralized social network took place. From 20,000 users to almost a million! What better time to run through a couple examples of what’s been introduced since then? Mastodon is defined by its focus on good user experience, polished design and superior anti-abuse tools. In that vein, the web app has received numerous updates. Using the latest browser features, the web app receives real push notifications, making it almost indistinguishable from a native mobile app. It works faster and looks smoother thanks to many performance and design improvements. Read more

Red Hat: Satellite, OpenShift, Government, SoftBank

  • A Red Hat Satellite tutorial to install an update server
    Is server patch management the best part of your job? Stop reading here. Many IT organizations struggle with OS patching processes. For Red Hat administrators who are willing to invest some initial energy to simplify later tasks, Satellite provides infrastructure lifecycle management, including capabilities for provisioning, reporting and configuration management. To this end, follow this Red Hat Satellite tutorial to set up a simple server for updates. Once we review how to install the basic update server, we'll create one example client.
  • Red Hat updates Gluster storage for OpenShift container apps
    Red Hat bolstered Gluster storage for its OpenShift Container Platform, adding iSCSI block and S3 object interfaces, as well as greater persistent volume density.
  • Red Hat to Cover Open Source Collaboration at Gov’t Symposium; Paul Smith Comments
    Red Hat (NYSE: RHT) is set to hold its annual symposium on federal information technology on Nov. 9 where the company will host discussions on open source collaboration and its potential benefits for government, GovCon Executive reported Oct. 11.
  • Red Hat’s Container Technologies and Knowledge Were Chosen by SoftBank to Embrace DevOps
    Red Hat, Inc. (NYSE: RHT), the world's leading provider of open source solutions, today announced that several of Red Hat’s open source technologies, including Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform, as well as the knowledge of Red Hat Consulting, were chosen by SoftBank Corp (“SoftBank”), a subsidiary of SoftBank Group Corp., to implement DevOps methodology for its Service Platform Division, IT Service Development Division, Information Technology Unit, and Technology Unit, the company’s in-house IT organization. This large, varied organization develops, maintains and operates SoftBank’s IT systems for internal work and operations, supporting 600 diverse systems.
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  • Taking a Fresh Look at Red Hat, Inc. (RHT)

Security: Google Play, WPA2, FERC, HackerOne

  • 8 'Minecraft' apps infected with Sockbot malware on Google Play found adding devices to botnet

    Security researchers have discovered that at least eight malware-laced apps on Google Play Store are ensnaring devices to a botnet to potentially carry out distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) and other malicious attacks. These apps claimed to provide skins to tweak the look of characters in the popular Minecraft: Pocket Edition game and have been downloaded as many as 2.6 million times.

  • KRACK Vulnerability: What You Need To Know
    This week security researchers announced a newly discovered vulnerability dubbed KRACK, which affects several common security protocols for Wi-Fi, including WPA (Wireless Protected Access) and WPA2. This is a bad vulnerability in that it likely affects billions of devices, many of which are hard to patch and will remain vulnerable for a long time. Yet in light of the sometimes overblown media coverage, it’s important to keep the impact of KRACK in perspective: KRACK does not affect HTTPS traffic, and KRACK’s discovery does not mean all Wi-Fi networks are under attack. For most people, the sanest thing to do is simply continue using wireless Internet access.
  • FERC sets rules to protect grid from malware spread through laptops
    The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission on Thursday proposed new mandatory cybersecurity controls to protect the utility system from the threat posed by laptops and other mobile devices that could spread malicious software. The standards are meant to "further enhance the reliability and resilience of the nation's bulk electric system" by preventing malware from infecting utility networks and bringing down the power grid, according to the nation's grid regulator.
  • Hack These Apps And Earn $1,000 — Bug Bounty Program Launched By Google And HackerOne
  • Security Vulnerability Puts Linux Kernel at Risk

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