The recommendation is to update your installation to this version. The previous version 1.6.0 had great new features, first and foremost the parallel up- and download of files and a way more performant handling of the local sync journal. That required a lot of code changes. Unfortunately that also brought in some bugs which are now fixed with the 1.6.1 release.
There are two technology goals that Plasma hasn't yet achieved that I hope it will one day. Neither of these were primary goals at the outset of Plasma's design or development, but as the code base matured and I watched the strengths and weaknesses of various design decisions, they made it onto my radar.
Erasing the boundary between remote and local in user interfaces
Component-centric design providing stability and performance improvements
CoreOS is considered by some observers to be a fork of Google's Chrome OS system, customized for Linux server management. The system is so small because container workloads contain part of the Linux operating system themselves, the user-space parts needed by the application. But all kernel functions, such as scheduling processes and memory management, are the function of the host system and shared by whatever number of containers is running on the host. Containers also leave each workload isolated from the others in a manner that's sometimes described as "lightweight virtualization."
TuxMachines: Red Hat adds new cloud management certification for Red Hat Enterprise Linux OpenStack Platform
Red Hat is working with several management solution providers, including BMC and HP. As members of the Red Hat OpenStack Cloud Infrastructure Partner Network, these vendors have provided key insight, feedback and support for the management certification, and are all in various stages of the certification process.
TuxMachines: HTC Roadmap Leaked with Android 4.4.4 and Android L Plan for One M8/One M7/One Mini 2/One E8
Most of the HTC handsets listed in the roadmap have already received the Android 4.4.2 KitKat with Sense 6.0. The only device which is yet to get the software taste is HTC One Mini M4. As LlabTooFeR claims, the update has been in the testing phase for One Mini and is expected to roll out next week, sometime between 30 June and 6 July.
In software, this is epitomized by the GitHub generation, but I believe it's a characteristic of any aspect of culture touched by the Internet. For those still trapped in the worldview of the Industrial Age, a hierarchy of mediators collects dues in return for providing permission to pass. But the Internet connects everyone to everyone else, peer to peer without discrimination...
The "LXQt" desktop that's a Qt version of the lightweight LXDE desktop can now be compiled using Qt5 where as previously there were still Qt4 dependencies.
Reddit: How would you handle a 1000+ person organization that uses AD to login on Linux? Lots of questions about Linux in an education environment...
I'm an assistant tech coordinator for a school district eager to learn more than the basics of Linux for a larger user environment. Almost all of the computers are Windows 7.
I've looked around at some management tools such as chef, cfengine, Puppet, and Red Hat as well. Is there a free Linux management system or am I wishing for too much? I've also heard about SpaceWalk being free and similar.
I had some questions as far as updating machines in an environment like this. Is there a way without management software to make all machines update without individually going to them to update?
What would be a good solution to emulate or replace AD? We have it setup here (I could be wrong on some details) so that each user after they login, has a mapped drive that their account can access and they can only see their account on the mapped drive. It would be nice to allow users login to their account and be able to access their files and once they logged out, somebody else could login and have their files. Is there a better way of doing this?
My last question is about "sysprepping" a Linux image. Is there a similar function in Linux to prepare an image and then upload it to say, a FOG server? Or is it even necessary to "sysprep" it? Would it be better to just "clone" a locked down Linux image and deploy it?
Thanks in advance. I'm really excited to learn a lot more about Linux in an education environment.submitted by THEMCV
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There are a bunch of cheap Intel bay-trail powered Android tablets hitting the market right now. Aside from the big brands, there are a bunch of Chinese brands for really good prices.
I basically want to install a full-desktop Xubuntu 14.04 build on a tablet, and this looks like a possible avenue.
Does anyone know if there is a way to wipe android, and boot Linux instead?
I'm not really interested in any solutions involving running Linux ontop/within Android, or any chroot solutions.submitted by LifeIsOnTheWire
i have a Toshiba with a AMD X2 dual core and 4gig ram. Maybe a 2009 model.
i want to revamp it and will probably use it as a family fun computer. watch movies on the big screen, browse internet on TV, maybe skype.
thats it... what version has a nice UI? which one would work well with that hardware? i also want my wife to be able to browse the web or operate it when i am not around, so i want it to look and feel nice.
thanks!submitted by Mvila0909
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I have just set up ssl on my dovecot server (imap + smtp) in the progress, i have made sure that plaintext is not allowed unless the connections is secure ( disable_plaintext_auth = yes ).
This works great! however if i'm on the local network, or i on roundcube try to connect, it fails, since it can't verify the ssl certificate because of the direct connection over LAN instead.
How do i get dovecot to allow plaintext login even when it's not a secure connection on the local network (192.168.2.0/24) ?submitted by _dev_random_
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DatabaseJournal: It takes a lot of money to build a database company in an industry dominated by a giant like Oracle.