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TuxMachines: Games: TIC-80, Cities: Skylines - Green Cities, Ballistic Overkil, Caveman Warriors, SpringRTS

Wednesday 27th of September 2017 05:12:50 PM

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LXer: 6 steps to perfecting an open source product strategy

Wednesday 27th of September 2017 05:01:40 PM
Suppose you have an open source software idea that you want to spread quickly. To gain users, you must make sure your product is both well-made and has all of the right features. You also need to make sure people understand why your project exists and why they should be more

Reddit: Ubuntu dropping 32-bit desktop images

Wednesday 27th of September 2017 04:45:09 PM

Phoronix: Ubuntu 17.10 Will Drop The 32-bit Desktop ISO

Wednesday 27th of September 2017 04:25:42 PM
Ubuntu will no longer be producing a desktop i386 ISO beginning with the soon-to-be-released Ubuntu 17.10...

Reddit: Giving a 1-hour introductory session to Linux to undergraduate CS/CE students, what are some cool things I must show them?

Wednesday 27th of September 2017 04:20:11 PM

Well, the session is under the title "Introduction to Linux", and I thought that the best use of that 1-hour session is to try and show off what you can do with Linux or the main strengths of it.

I have already thought of some basic uses of commands to show them how creative you can get with just a terminal window (e.g., making a simple alarm clock using a one-line command, some vim magic, i3wm and how you can configure each of them to ur own liking, etc.) So I am basically trying to "impress" them or something of that sort which would probably much more useful than just showing them how to use it (given that the majority of them just use Windows or Mac).

So, if you guys have any suggestions of that sort or some Linux strengths that have to be mentioned/shown in such a session, it would be very much appreciated.

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Reddit: Yahoo open sources its search engine, Vespa

Wednesday 27th of September 2017 03:40:30 PM

TuxMachines: Installing Linux on your PC is super easy - here's how to do it

Wednesday 27th of September 2017 03:29:00 PM

The Manjaro Linux developers announced the release of version 17.0.5 last week. My objective today is to use this release to show that Linux can be installed from scratch, configured and used for everyday work without using command line (text console) access, and without having to download, compile, install or otherwise perform any manual tasks to install device drivers or other hardware support.

Best of all, the complete installation and configuration can be done in well under an hour!

First, I want to be absolutely clear about this, if you already have Manjaro Linux installed it is not necessary to reinstall from scratch with this new release. All you need to do is make sure that your system has all the latest patches and updates installed and you will in fact be running this new release.

The purpose of these new ISO images is to roll up all the updates and patches that have been made since the last Manjaro point release, and to update the installer itself to the latest version.

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Reddit: Recap Percona Live 2017 Europe

Wednesday 27th of September 2017 03:15:20 PM

LXer: Redirecting Network Traffic: Part 2

Wednesday 27th of September 2017 03:07:18 PM
In the previous article, I looked at how to use the clever redir utility to listen out for inbound traffic on a particular port on a host and then forward that traffic onward somewhere else. Here, I’ll briefly describe some other approaches to manipulating traffic that may suit your needs.

Phoronix: macOS 10.13 High Sierra vs. Ubuntu Linux Performance

Wednesday 27th of September 2017 03:07:17 PM
Apple this week released macOS 10.13 "High Sierra" as the latest version of its operating system. Of course, curiosity got the best of me so here are benchmarks of macOS 10.12.6, macOS 10.13, Ubuntu 16.04 LTS, and Ubuntu 17.10 from a MacBook Air to see how the performance compares.

Reddit: HHVM 3.22 released

Wednesday 27th of September 2017 02:42:12 PM

Reddit: Heading to a Linux User Group meetup tonight

Wednesday 27th of September 2017 02:25:52 PM

It'll be my second time, with the first mostly being just feeling people out. There's a lot of professionals there, which i strive to be one day, and more than a few literal gray beards. I was the only newbie in this well established group and seem to be the least experienced.

I'm really hoping to get some pointers and network with these people, maybe get some business recommendations. Trouble is, I don't know what to say. Anybody have some advice?

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LXer: Jazz Up lm-sensors with Graphics and Notifications

Wednesday 27th of September 2017 02:10:07 PM
When last we met, we learned about lm-sensors, the excellent tool for monitoring CPU temperature, fan speeds, and motherboard voltages. Now we're going to learn about changing the labels in sensors output to make it more useful, look at some good graphical front ends, and see how to configure and send notifications.

Phoronix: Fedora 28 Looking At Annobin For Binary Watermarking / Implanting Extra Information

Wednesday 27th of September 2017 02:07:26 PM
A new feature being considered for Fedora 28 is Annobin as a new GCC plugin that would implant extra information into generated binaries...

LXer: Test Day for Fedora 27 Atomic/Cloud September 29th

Wednesday 27th of September 2017 02:01:43 PM
The Fedora 27 Beta is getting close to release, and the Fedora Atomic Working Group and Fedora Cloud SIG want to get the community together next week to find and squash bugs. We are organizing a test day for Friday, September 29th. During the...

Phoronix: Linux 4.14 Kernel Benchmarks With The Intel Core i9 7980XE

Wednesday 27th of September 2017 01:40:02 PM
Following my Linux benchmarks of the newly-launched Core i9 7960X and Core i9 7980XE processors, here are benchmarks of the 18 core / 36 thread Extreme Edition processor when running on Linux 4.14...

Reddit: Nextcloud Adds End To End Encryption

Wednesday 27th of September 2017 01:10:52 PM

Reddit: This is what Firefox on Linux should look like

Wednesday 27th of September 2017 01:07:52 PM

More in Tux Machines

today's leftovers

Software: VirtualBox, Franz, ClipGrab, Gammu, AppArmor, Xfce4, GTK+

  • Oracle Releases VM VirtualBox 5.2
    It was more than one year ago that VirtualBox 5.1 was released while today it's finally been succeeded by a new feature release.
  • Franz Combines all Your Messaging Apps in a Single Application
    Franz is a free to use application that combines different messaging services like WhatsApp, WeChat, Facebook Messenger, Gmail, Telegram, Skype, Slack and other chat applications in one application.
  • ClipGrab: Video Downloader and Converter Updated for Ubuntu/Linux Mint (PPA)
    ClipGrab is a free software to download and convert videos from different famous sites of Internet. You can easily save your favorite videos from sites like Dailymotion or Vimeo. And you can convert these videos into "usable" formats like WMV, MPEG or MP3. You can check here which sites are supported by this software.
  • Gammu 1.38.5
    Today, Gammu 1.38.5 has been released. After long period of bugfix only releases, this comes with several new noteworthy features.
  • Watch Out Upgrading To Linux 4.14 If You Use AppArmor
    Just a quick public service announcement if you rely upon AppArmor for security on your Linux distribution like Ubuntu/Debian and plan to soon upgrade to the Linux 4.14 kernel...
  • New hotness: xfce4-notifyd 0.4.0
    After quite some development time I have decided to push out xfce4-notifyd 0.4.0 today. This is not just a bugfix, but a feature-packed release.
  • Xfce Gets Notification Improvements With xfce4-notifyd 0.4
    For users of the Xfce4 desktop environment, a new release of xfce4-notifyd 0.4 is now available as the project's newest feature release.
  • GTK+ 3.92 Released With Many Improvements & New Features
    Matthias Clasen has today released GTK+ 3.92 as the latest test release in the long road towards the major GTK4 tool-kit update. GTK+ 3.92 features Vulkan improvements, more widget reworking, continued Emoji support, and more. Highlights of changes found in this GTK+ 3.92 update include:
  • SteelCloud Expands Linux STIG Support to Ubuntu, SUSE, and Oracle Linux
    SteelCloud LLC announced today that it has enhanced ConfigOS, its patented STIG remediation software, to support the newly released Ubuntu, SUSE, and Oracle Linux STIGs. These new supported platforms bolster the product's existing Red Hat Linux automated STIG remediation capabilities. The expanded ConfigOS Linux security content will be provided to new and existing customers at no additional charge.

today's howtos

Linux and Graphics: AMD and AGL