Spain’s Ministry of Finance and Public Administrations has published as open source Archive. This web-based solution creates archives of electronic files that are stored in compliance with the country’s eGovernment and interoperability regulations.
Overall, I’ve been very pleased with what myDevices is doing for the Raspberry Pi. Using Cayenne made the IoT learning curve much easier and I plan to keep using it with my future IoT projects. If you are curious about IoT projects and aren’t sure where to start, or have a Raspberry Pi that you aren’t sure what to do with, I recommend checking out Cayenne.
As to which of these three phones you should buy, it's not an easy choice. This is the most competitive lineup of flagship phones we've seen in a long time. The Galaxy S7 has proved popular so far for its impressive package of performance and design. The G5 is a compelling option because of its semi-modular build that offers you more flexibility than the typical smartphone. We're going to need to put the HTC 10 through our full round of testing before we pass judgment, but so far it seems to be a premium alternative for customers that want a metal unibody phone that's a bit bigger and more solid-feeling than the G5 or S7. Check back soon for a full review and buying advice.
Reddit: those of you who have used mint and ubuntu (or at least know enough for both distros), please help out a confused bro...
I am getting a brand new PC tomorrow, so I read everywhere that mint is the best desktop linux distro. ok perfect. now, I am used to Ubuntu xx.04lts releases, I would install it and forget about it in the next couple of years, while in the meantime they fix everything and update apps via update manager etc. how does this work with mint? is there such thing as lts, that would get updates in the next few years? do apps/kernels and whatever update in the meantime? I read something that it does not quite work the way ubuntu does, so please clarify.
btw here are the specs, just in case, if you notice something that would cause me problems please advise:
CPU: Intel i5-6600 3.3GHZ up to 3.90GHz Box, Core Name Skylake, 4 Cores, 4Threads, 6MB Cache, 64bit, Processor Graphics Intel HD Graphics 530, Socket 1151
Motherboard: ASUS H170M-PLUS, Intel® Socket 1151 for 6th Generation Core™ i7/Core™ i5/Core™ 3/Pentium®/Celeron® Processors, Chipset: Intel® H170, Memory: 4 x DIMM
RAM: HyperX FURY 8GB 2133MHz DDR4 Non-ECC CL14 DIMM HyperX FURY Black Series, HX421C14FB/8, HX421C14FB/8
SSD: Samsung 128GB 850 PRO Series SSD SATA III, MZ-7KE128BW
HDD: 1TB Seagate 7200rpm, 64MB Cache, SATA-3, 6.0Gb/s Barracuda, ST1000DM003
PSU: Cooler Master VSM series, 450W 80Plus Gold Semi modular series 550W 80Plus Gold w/120mm Fan, Singal 12V rail, Semi Modular PSU w/ EU Cable, RS450-AMAA
Case: Power Box D212B, 105c Chassis case, Power supply ATX 700W, With real 200w, 20+4pin, 2SATA, 2DATA, 12 cm fan power supply, EU cable, 230v, Brown box
no additional graphic card
Reddit: I'll write and publish a tutorial on gadgetblur.com about how to run (most) any program on Linux
My name is Will Beddow. I'm a programmer, writer for gadgetblur.com, amateur hacker, and longtime Linux freak. Something that I've always enjoyed a lot is hacking various programs to work on platforms that they aren't made for/intended to be used on, be it through wine, editing the source, or most lately through Bash On Ubuntu on Windows (I even managed to get conky working!). Relatedly, gadgdetblur has decided to launch a new segment. I take suggestions of programs that you guys want to run on whatever platform, and if it's legal, moral, and possible, I'll write a detailed tutorial about how to do so. If you guys have any suggestions for my first article, let me know or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks!submitted by /u/willbeddow
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Reddit: Doing a tiny linux course with colleague - suggestions for method? (getting comfortable in terminal)
Hello, i am going to teach a colleague some linux basics, she needs to use linux regularly on a graphical workstation. I was thinking of focusing on terminal usage for this moment though.
Two hours this time, and then return to more or less the same things in a week for two hours of repetition and questions. We will both have computers with putty on Windows, and a TV for displaying a presentation.
Do you have any suggestions on how to organize these lectures, based on your experience? Anything specifi i should mention that is often forgotten? Should we do some excercises? I'm grateful for any input you have.
I will go through some core utilities, but for instance a concept like screen/tmux might still be too confusing.submitted by /u/jakedesnake