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Organizational learning: a new perspective on DevOps

Thursday 26th of February 2015 01:00:00 PM

 opensource.com: In the DevOps community, we talk a lot about automated deployments, doing multiple deployments per day, and the need for culture.

GCompris Is a Great Linux Teaching Tool for Small Kids

Thursday 26th of February 2015 12:00:00 PM

 softpedia: GCompris, an educational software suite providing fun activities for kids aged 2 to 10, has been upgraded to version 15.02 and is now available for download.

The Best Linux Distros for First Time Switchers from Windows and Mac

Thursday 26th of February 2015 07:00:00 AM

MakeUseOf: Linux has an intimidating image, making it seem like it would be difficult to start using it. But the switch from Windows and Mac is actually pretty easy, if you can ease yourself into it.

DNSMasq, the Pint-Sized Super Dæmon!

Thursday 26th of February 2015 03:00:00 AM

LinuxJournal: I've always been a fan of putting aftermarket firmware on consumer-grade routers.

Why we run an open source program - Walmart Labs

Wednesday 25th of February 2015 11:00:00 PM

ToDo: Why would a company spend resources on an open source program, and why is it really needed?

Understanding Linux CPU stats

Wednesday 25th of February 2015 10:00:00 PM

Scout: Your Linux server is running slow, so you follow standard procedure and run top.

How to monitor server log files with Logwatch on Debian and Ubuntu

Wednesday 25th of February 2015 09:00:00 PM

HowToForge: Logwatch is a system log analyzer and reporter

Torvalds isn't always nice, but developers don't care

Wednesday 25th of February 2015 08:00:00 PM

TechRepublic: Torvalds can be a jerk, but developers don't seem to care, as a new report shows.

Joomla! 3.4 is Here

Wednesday 25th of February 2015 07:00:00 PM

Thanks to the hard work of over 130 different volunteer contributors, over 700 bugs have also been resolved with the 3.4 release of the Joomla! CMS.

How to disable IPv6 on Linux

Wednesday 25th of February 2015 06:00:00 PM

 xmodulo: IPv6 has been introduced as a replacement of IPv4, the traditional 32-bit address space used in the Internet, to solve the imminent exhaustion of available IPv4 address space.

MXM COM runs Linux on new Freescale i.MX 6SoloX SoC

Wednesday 25th of February 2015 05:00:00 PM

LinuxGizmos: F&S Elektronik Systeme debuted a COM based on Freescale's new MCU-enabled "i.MX 6SoloX" SoC, and offering dual GbE, multimedia, serial, and PCIe interfaces.

How to Limit the Network Bandwidth Used by Applications in a Linux System with Trickle

Wednesday 25th of February 2015 04:00:00 PM

 tecmint: Trickle is a network bandwidth shaper tool that allows us to manage the upload and download speeds of applications in order to prevent any single one of them to hog all (or most) of the available bandwidth.

Raspberry Pi-Based Cable Shutter Release Now with DIY Optocouplers

Wednesday 25th of February 2015 03:00:00 PM

 scribblesandsnaps: While a transistor-based cable shutter release does the job, it has one drawback.

Tails 1.3 Out Now, Introduces the Electrum Bitcoin Wallet

Wednesday 25th of February 2015 02:00:00 PM

 softpedia: Tails 1.3 introduces Electrum, an open-source and easy-to-use bitcoin wallet.

Critical remote code execution flaw patched in Samba

Wednesday 25th of February 2015 12:00:00 PM

 ITworld: Security researchers are urging users to install new Samba security updates in order to address a critical vulnerability that allows attackers to execute arbitrary code with root privileges.

Google Kubernetes Lands in OpenStack via Mirantis

Wednesday 25th of February 2015 07:00:00 AM

ServerWatch: The Mirantis support for Kubernetes is coming by way of the Murano project, which is not an official part of the current OpenStack integrated release cycle

Firefox 36 Gains HTTP/2 Support, Fixes Critical Vulnerabilities

Wednesday 25th of February 2015 03:00:00 AM

eWEEK: Mozilla's Firefox 36 debuts with support for HTTP/2 protocol as well as 17 security advisories for vulnerabilities that have been patched in the open-source browser.

Mozilla Firefox 37.0 Beta Out Now, Provides URL Highlighting in Reader Mode

Tuesday 24th of February 2015 11:00:00 PM

 softpedia: Among the bugs squashed in this first Beta release of the Mozilla Firefox 37.0 web browser, we can mention an issue related to the "Sync Now" button

It's Real: An $89, Green Ubuntu Linux Desktop PC

Tuesday 24th of February 2015 10:00:00 PM

 The VAR Guy: The Symple PC, a planet-friendly computer that ships with Canonical's open source Ubuntu Linux OS and costs only $89, is now on sale.

5 specialized Linux distributions for computer repair

Tuesday 24th of February 2015 09:00:00 PM

 opensource.com: There are specialized tools that can aid you in fixing problems with a computer or help you be prepared for when something bad does happen.

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Linux 4.0-rc2

So rc2 missed the usual Sunday afternoon timing, because I spent most of the weekend debugging an issue that happened on an old Mac Mini I have around, and I hate making even early -rc releases with problems on machines that I have direct access to. Even if it only affected old machines that actual developers are unlikely to have or at least use. Today I got the patch from Daniel Vetter to fix it, so instead of doing a Sunday evening rc2, it's a Tuesday morning one. Go get it. It works better for the delay. Other than that little one-liner i915 fix? Not much, actually. It's been a very quiet week, for being this early in the release process. Sure, 3.19-rc2 was even smaller, so it continues a trend, but that was the xmas week. I hope this low volume is just because the 4.0 merge window itself was somewhat calmer than most recent releases. But I suspect the real reason is that the driver and networking trees from GregKH and davem are pending, and didn't make rc2. We'll see. Anyway, the shortlog is appended, and testing is appreciated, Linus Read more

6 Linux-y announcements from Mobile World Congress

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Jolla shows off Sailfish tablet, promises ultra-secure phone

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New Ubuntu Phone Separates the App from the Data

As CIO Journal has noted, Mr. Shuttleworth envisions the rise of an Ubuntu-powered phone that runs desktop grade applications and plugs into peripherals such as large displays and keyboards. In other words, he is working to achieve true mobile-desktop-laptop convergence — the only computer you need, in your pocket, all the time. He tried to raise $32 million to fund development of such a phone, known as the Edge, in a widely publicized crowdfunding campaign on Indiegogo. The campaign ended in 2013, short of its goal. Read more