I've been knocking away at this for about 2 hours now, and I'm about out of Google-Fu and I've almost set my computer on fire about 6 times.
So I ask you guys as I may not have a proper understanding. Go easy, I'm new(ish) to Linux so might be something stupid.Start here for rantless
I am trying to setup a Terraria Server on an AWS instance and doing so via SSH has been pretty nice. But I never stopped to think about the fact that I can't actually log out of SSH or the server will go away (I tried just cause). I have tried Nohup (I gave all the parameters to terraria via a config file and testing without nohup worked fine) and I've also tried with disown -h and bg (While sending all output to a logfile). In both cases, it seems like the job never continues running. I can't get into the server and I'm DC'd the second I send it to the background. Logs make it seem like execution just stops. However, if I use FG to bring it back, it all runs fine again. I'm doing this on Ubuntu 14.04 on AWS.
My brain is fried today so that could be part of it.
Sorry again if it's something dumbAnswered Below...
Ended up going with tmux and it worked like a charm./u/DakuShinobi
- July 2016 Issue of Linux Journal
- Apparently desktop Linux marketshare has finally hit that elusive 2% mark [Ed: Net Applications is a Microsoft-connected entity, definitely not reliable]
- Function as a Service for Docker
- The Benefits of Adopting DevOps in Your Enterprise
Chef: Now we know DevOps, how to understand DevOps metrics
Instead of starting a potentially very long, conceptual conversation about what DevOps means, it’s more effective to identify a small but non-trivial project or area of your business that would benefit from being able to develop and deploy software faster, at scale… and more easily.
Linux Security Summit 2016 Schedule Published
The keynote speaker for this year’s event is Julia Lawall. Julia is a research scientist at Inria, the developer of Coccinelle, and the Linux Kernel coordinator for the Outreachy project.
Nvidia plugin makes GPU acceleration possible in Docker containers
It's a conundrum: You've got deep learning software, which benefits greatly from GPU acceleration, wrapped up in a Docker container and ready to go across thousands of nodes. But wait -- apps in Docker containers can't access the GPU because they're, well, containerized.
Well, now they can.
Nvidia, developer of the CUDA standard for GPU-accelerated programming, is releasing a plugin for the Docker ecosystem that makes GPU-accelerated computing possible in containers. With the plugin, applications running in a Docker container get controlled access to the GPU on the underlying hardware via Docker's own plug-in system.
Tibbo Technology's Tibbo Project System
Tibbo's latest complement to TBS is a Linux-based Tibbo Project PCB (LTPP). The new LTPP3 board runs Tibbo's own, highly polished and updated distribution of Linux and is based on the powerful Texas Instruments 1GHz Cortex-A8 Sitara CPU. What sets the LTPP3 apart from plain vanilla products, such as Raspberry Pi and BeagleBone, is its mechanical and electrical compatibility with Tibbo's Tibbit blocks and size-3 Tibbo Project Box enclosures. Uses for the LTPP3 include running Embedded AggreGate, Node.js and TiOS applications, not to mention use as a generic Linux board.
Red Hat Summit Advocates the Power of Participation
Red Hat hosted its annual Red Hat Summit customer event June 28-30 at the Moscone Center in San Francisco, with a theme of harnessing the power of participation. Once again, the DevNation developer event, which is the successor to JBoss World, was co-located with Red Hat Summit. For JBoss, 2016 is a particularly significant year as it marks 10 years since Red Hat acquired it. At DevNation, Red Hat announced the new JBoss Enterprise Application Platform (EAP) 7 release, providing new cloud-enhanced capabilities for Red Hat's flagship middleware platform. JBoss is now also working to help enable Java for the container era, with the launch of the MicroProfile Project, an effort to optimize enterprise Java for a microservices architecture. Java wasn't the only focus of DevNation this year either, as Microsoft took center stage too, announcing the availability of its .NET Core for Red Hat Enterprise Linux. In this slide show, eWEEK takes a look at some of the highlights of the Red Hat Summit and DevNation 2016 events.
How Red Hat is tailoring OpenStack to fit … everyone
Even though there have been no major changes announced to the OpenStack platform of late, it was still one of the most talked about subjects at this year’s Red Hat Summit. Red Hat plays a significant role in the development of the platform and is very proud of its contribution to the community.
New technologies foster an open-source environment
In 2007, when 3scale, Inc. was founded, some people thought it was crazy to be investing so much time and energy into API. But Steven Willmott, CEO of 3scale, Inc., said that even at that time his team knew that the future was API-driven, and they wanted to help that happen.
- SuperTuxKart 0.9.2 Officially Released
SuperTuxKart 0.9.2 Racing Game Is Out with New AI Support for Soccer Mode
Today, July 1, 2016, after many months of hard work, the development team behind the SuperTuxKart open-source racing game has been more than happy to inform the Linux community about the availability of the final SuperTuxKart 0.9.2 release.
In mid-June, SuperTuxKart 0.9.2 received a Release Candidate (RC) build, which gave users early access to the numerous goodies coming into the final release. Among these, there's the new AI (Artificial Intelligence) support for the soccer mode, which now offers three arenas under the "Copa Antarctica" Antarctica Cup umbrella.
Pro Pinball Ultra now available on SteamOS & Linux
Pinball is something Linux has been lacking in variety, so it's pleasing we get another! Pro Pinball Ultra is now officially available on Linux & SteamOS.
- Interested in interactive fiction? Then you should check this Choice of Games bundle on Steam
- Major new version of the open source itch store application
The Mozilla developers working on the Servo browser layout engine and the Browser.html HTML-based web UI have kept to their goal of making a tech preview available in June.
As of last night, the Servo developers hit their tech preview milestone we've been looking forward to seeing for months. Nightly builds of Servo and Browser.html have begun and they are going to be making available Linux packages shortly.
Powered by Linux kernel 4.4.8 LTS, 4MLinux 18.0 has been declared stable
Every Fedora system runs a kernel. Many pieces of code come together to make this a reality.
End of an era: Linux distributions will soon stop supporting 32-bit PCs
AMD and Intel released the first 64-bit CPUs for consumers back in 2003 and 2004. Now, more than a decade later, Linux distributions are looking at winding down support for 32-bit hardware.
Google already took this leap back in 2015, dumping 32-bit versions of Chrome for Linux.
- Ubuntu 16.10 Yakkety Yak Alpha 1 Released
Linux Mint 18 Brings Mint-Y Theme to Linux Deskto
The Linux Mint 18 milestone release is the first major update for the popular desktop Linux distribution in 2016 and follows the Linux Mint 17.3 update that debuted in December 2015. Linux Mint 18 is based on the Ubuntu 16.04 Long Term Support (LTS) Linux distribution released April 21 and, like Ubuntu 16.04, Linux Mint 18 is being supported as an LTS, with support until the year 2021. As was the case with previous Linux Mint distribution updates, there are multiple desktop environment choices. Cinnamon 3.0, which is developed by Linux Mint and typically is the primary deployment choice for users, brings new window tiling capabilities and default effects for window transitions and actions. Additionally, Linux Mint 18 includes a new desktop theme option called Mint-Y that brings newly styled icons to users. In terms of new integrated applications, Linux Mint 18 includes the gufw application, a graphical interface for firewall configuration. In this slide show, eWEEK takes a look at some of the highlights of the Linux Mint 18.
- My Free Software Activities in June 2016
- Debian: Reproducible builds update
- Red Hat Shares Still Attractively Valued, Says Deutsche
- Citi Sees 24% Upside In Red Hat Shares
- Key Stocks of the Day: Red Hat, Inc. (NYSE:RHT)
Talk recap: The friendship of OpenStack and Ansible
The 2016 Red Hat Summit is underway in San Francisco this week and I delivered a talk with Robyn Bergeron earlier today. Our talk, When flexibility met simplicity: The friendship of OpenStack and Ansible, explained how Ansible can reduce the complexity of OpenStack environments without sacrificing the flexibility that private clouds offer.
- Fresh DNF for RHEL 7 and CentOS 7
- Fedora 24 Workstation Installation Steps with Screenshots
- Setting Up Nginx with MariaDB and PHP/PHP-FPM on Fedora 24 Server and Workstation
- Installation Guide of Fedora 24 Workstation with Screenshots
- Setting Up LAMP (Linux, Apache, MariaDB and PHP) on Fedora 24 Server
- Installation Guide of Fedora 24 Server with Screenshots
- 25 Things to Do After Fresh Fedora 24 Workstation Installation
- How to Install the Nextcloud Server on Ubuntu
- Installing Arch Linux. Part 2
- How To Setup Bridge (br0) Network on Ubuntu Linux 14.04 and 16.04 LTS
- Embedded Linux using Dragonboard 410c
- How To Get A Unity-Like HUD (Searchable Menu) In Xubuntu, Ubuntu MATE, Linux Mint, More
- How to un-deny a host blocked by denyhosts
- How To Install The Latest Nvidia Drivers In Ubuntu Via PPA
- How to Use Sagator, an Antivirus/Antispam Gateway, to Protect Your Mail Server
- How to Securely and Anonymously Share Files of Any Size Over the Tor Network with OnionShare
- How to Install Nginx with PHP and MySQL (LEMP Stack) on CentOS 7.2
- High-Availability Storage with GlusterFS on CentOS 7 - Mirror across two storage servers
- Setting Up an NFS Server and Client on CentOS 7.2
- Slow SSD #2: Protection for your Partitions
- Using ATA Over Ethernet (AoE) on CentOS 7 (Initiator and Target)
CentOS 6.8 image with Qt5.7, Python 3.5, LLVM 3.8
While trying to bring my setup to package KDevelop standalone for Linux into a shape where it has a nonzero probability of me picking it up again in half a year and actually understanding how to use it, I created a docker base image which I think might be useful to other people trying to package Linux software as well. It is based on CentOS 6.8 and includes Qt 5.7 (including QtWebKit), Python 3.5 and LLVM, all built against the old CentOS libs (and thus e.g. compatible with most glibc versions out there). If you want to use it, simply install docker, and
Marble Maps in KDE Randa Meetings 2016
One more year of fun and intense productivity in Randa came to an end just a few days back, and I feel so good to have been a part of it. Much progress was made by the Marble team this year by Dennis, Torsten, Friedrich, David and me. I mostly worked on the Marble Maps Android app’s navigation feature, and would like to mention the changes here very briefly...
KStars on Windows – Midterm evaluation
Midterm evaluation has passed and now it’s time for a new blog post! There are a couple of weeks from the last time I’ve talked about my progress with my Google Summer of Code project.
Kaffeine 2.0.4 Released, Includes Major Improvements for Digital TV
Kaffeine version 2.0.4 has been released today, substantially improving its already excellent Digital TV (DTV) support!
GSoC -Breath and Review
A couple weeks ago I went to Randa Meetings, a sprint of KDE, and there I did a lot of work in Umbrello.
- Plasma 5.6.5 and Frameworks 5.23 available in Kubuntu 16.04 Backports
- Remote searching [KRunner/Blade]
- Kubuntu Dojo 2 – Kubuntu Ninjas
Kubuntu Podcast goes Open and Unplugged
Podcast fans will know that we were struck down with lucky show thirteen. Google Hangouts crashed out twice, and we lost the live stream. We ended up half an hour late, with no Hangouts, and a hastily make-shift YouTube live stream hooked together in record time by the #awesome Ovidiu-florin Bogdan.
Hacking Kdenlive at Randa
The Randa meetings 2016 just ended, and they were a big success for everyone involved (thanks to Mario and his team for organizing this).
We went there with an aim to work on Kdenlive's Windows port, and we managed to achieve more than 80% of the build process.
The Road of Trials
In my last blog post I said that I would work on extending support for paint operations like 'fill'. I have done so, albeit more as a necessity in fixing the assistant code. Moreover, I have fixed a number of other paint operations which are vital in painting the various assistants Krita offers currently.
Randa Meetings 2016 Part II: Marble
The Randa Meetings 2016 were centered on bringing KDE technology on every device.
System Settings review
we have also a design for some single KCM’s 80%. In plasma 5.7 you will see the new Desktop Theme module, but we also have some mockups for other KCM’s here you see the appearance KCM’s
State of the KF5 Android CI
I would have liked to say, “Yeah the Android CI runs!” – But we are not there yet; pretty close actually, and close enough that it already makes sense to tell about it, yet a few last Jenkins settings remain to be done and real life issues cause this to take a few more days. So, I will give a short primer on what we prepared in Randa.
My midterm evaluation target was to create a static histogram in Labplot with an option to add new histogram among the given types and set visible advanced settings.
Calamares 2.3 out now
I’ve just released Calamares 2.3, a feature release with a major focus on disk encryption support (see full release announcement).
Calamares is a distribution-agnostic system installer, with an advanced partitioning feature and support for third party branding and modules. It is used by several distributions, including Netrunner, Manjaro, Tanglu, OpenMandriva, KaOS, Chakra and many others.
QBittorrent 3.3.5 Released – Install on Debian/Ubuntu/Linux Mint and Fedora
qBittorent is a Bittorent client which is developed to provide free software alternative of utorrent. It’s a Cross platform torrent client which provides the same features on all the major platforms like Linux, Ubuntu, Mac OS X and Windows.
7 Best File Comparison and Difference (Diff) Tools for Linux
While writing program files or normal text files, programmers and writers sometimes want to know the difference between two files or two versions of the same file. When you compare two computer files on Linux, the difference between their contents is called a diff. This description was born out of a reference to the output of diff, the well known Unix command-line file comparison utility.
14 Best IDEs for C++ Programming or Source Code Editors on Linux
C++, an extension of well known C language, is an excellent, powerful and general purpose programming language that offers modern and generic programming features for developing large-scale applications ranging from video games, search engines, other computer software to operating systems.
Calibre 2.61.0 eBook Viewer and Converter Updates Driver for FNAC (BQ) eReaders
Today, July 1, 2016, Calibre developer Kovid Goyal has been happy to announce the general availability of yet another maintenance release for his popular, open-source and cross-platform Calibre ebook library management software.
Coming only one week after the debut of Calibre 2.60, the Calibre 2.61 maintenance update brings only two new features. These are an updated driver with new firmware to allow users to connect their FNAC (BQ) eReader devices, as well as support for automatic removal of all links from a missing resource (the option is available in the Check Book component under Edit Book).
Linux Lite 3.0 is the recently released free operating system based on the Ubuntu LTS (Long Term Support) and hence you can be assured that you’ll get support for the next 5 years. Linux Lite 3.0 offers a complete out of the box experience and it is lightweight, easy and simple to install. One of the main aspects that is being lauded by experts and everyday Linux users is the compactness with which Linux Lite 3.0 has been released. This means you can install Linux Lite and start working with it in less than few minutes.
Reddit: Is it possible to run a full linux os such as Antergos, Ubuntu etc. on Lexar JumpDrive P20 128GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive ?
Is it possible to run a full linux os such as Antergos, Ubuntu etc. on Lexar JumpDrive P20 128GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive ?
I would be using it as a daily os for light work, nothing major such as gimp, inkscape etc.
What would be the lifespan of the USB is running daily for OS needs ?submitted by /u/Ibn_Saeed