I'm needing a little help here.
We make a OpenVPN config for my boss (linux, on both sides), but seems that is not working from China.
I try SSH Proxy Socks, it's work and he can access to all, but not gmail.
What I have to check to make work openVPN?
Sorry for the cancer in your eyes, english is not my native languagesubmitted by /u/pingueame
Linus Torvalds: We're getting further in the rc series, and while things have stayed pretty calm, I'm not sure if we're quite there yet
I am looking to set up a home surveillance using a RaspberryPi 2, but can't find many good posts about people who have set this up before. Kerberos.io looks cool but I can't find anyone who has used it. Motioneye OS looks like it's been around a while longer. Does anyone have these set up? If so what have you liked/hated about it? Thanks!submitted by /u/masterfink
Dominique Leuenberger from the openSUSE Project reports at the end of last week on the latest updated packages that arrived in the stable repositories for the openSUSE Tumbleweed rolling Linux operating system.
Softpedia was informed by the developers of the Escuelas Linux distribution about the availability of the Escuelas Linux 5.0 release, a major version that introduces numerous updated components and some new features.
We're getting further in the rc series, and while things have stayed
pretty calm, I'm not sure if we're quite there yet. There's a few
outstanding issues that just shouldn't be issues at rc6 time, so we'll
just have to see. This may be one of those releases that have an rc8,
which considering the size of 4.9 is perhaps not that unusual.
That said, nothing particular is bothering me all that much, but we've
had some of the VMALLOC_STACK fixups continue to trickle in, so I
worry that we're not quite done there yet. And let's see what
Thorsten's regression list looks like next week. So no decision yet,
it could still go either way.
The EU’s Android Antitrust Complaints Are Contrived [Ed: Microsoft initiated this]
But the EC’s objections, rooted in an outdated understanding of marketplace dynamics, are a contrivance. They go like this: ‘Google Search is dominant’… if you exclude Amazon and Facebook from its market. ‘Android enjoys a monopoly’… if you forget about iPhones. ‘Google excludes competing apps on Android’ … if you ignore the ease with which users install alternatives.
In other words, Google in effect controls every significant on-ramp to the mobile Internet, and it uses its position to foreclose competition and forestall innovation. Except it doesn’t. In the broader, messier markets of the real world, the way Google licenses its apps to run on Android has none of the anticompetitive significance the Commission claims.
- Huawei Mate 9 Lite revealed as a rebranded honor 6X
- Android 7.0 Nougat update rolling out to Moto Z Droid and Z Droid Force on Verizon, adds Daydream compatibility
- Top 10 Android News Stories – 11/20/16
- Android Central 315: Coming Full Squircle
techrights: In order to maintain the order of "Linux patent tax" Microsoft and its proxies (patent trolls like Intellectual Ventures) keep pursuing patent policy that is friendly towards software patenting
Early Benchmarks Of AMDGPU DRM-Next Code For Linux 4.10
For those curious if the AMDGPU DRM driver changes that are queued in DRM-Next for Linux 4.10 will bring any performance changes, here are some early numbers.
This week I carried out some fresh benchmarks using Linux 4.8.7 stable, Linux 4.9 Git as of this week, and the DRM-Next kernel as of this week that carries the AMDGPU changes queued so far for the next kernel version. In terms of the AMDGPU changes for Linux 4.10, see AMDGPU In Linux 4.10 To Have Better Power Management, New VM Manager.
Linux 4.9 Has Tear-Free PRIME Offloading Between Intel & AMDGPU
Quietly landing last week into the mainline Linux kernel as part of the AMDGPU fixes is support for tear-free PRIME offloading between Intel and AMDGPU.
The drm/amdgpu: Attach exclusive fence to prime exported bo's. (v5) patch was merged fairly late into the Linux 4.9 kernel merge window.