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DomTerm - A terminal Emulator and Console for Linux

Tuesday 3rd of July 2018 11:00:00 AM

Tecmint: DomTerm is a free open-source feature-rich, modern terminal emulator and screen multiplexer (like tmux or GNU screen), which is based on web technologies and a rich-text console written mostly in JavaScript.

12 Things to do After Installing Linux Mint 19

Tuesday 3rd of July 2018 06:00:00 AM

itsFOSS: Here are some recommended things to do after install Linux Mint 19 afresh for a smoother and efficient experience.

Domain Name Registrations Reach 333.8 Million in 1Q18

Tuesday 3rd of July 2018 02:00:00 AM

EnterpriseNetworkingPlanet: Dot com continues to dominate as new generic Top Level Domain registrations fall, according to VeriSign's Domain Name Industry Brief.

Free Video Editor OpenShot 2.4.2 Released With 7 New Effects, Improved Stability

Monday 2nd of July 2018 10:00:00 PM

OpenShot, the free and open source video editor for Linux, FreeBSD, Windows, and MacOS, was updated to version 2.4.2, which includes new effects as well as better stability and increased performance.

How To Install VirtualBox on Ubuntu 18.04

Monday 2nd of July 2018 09:00:00 PM

Linuxize: VirtualBox is an open source cross-platform virtualization software which allows you to run multiple guest operating systems (virtual machines) simultaneously.

How To Install DaVinci Resolve 15 In Ubuntu, Linux Mint Or Debian

Monday 2nd of July 2018 07:00:00 PM

LinuxUprising: The latest DaVinci Resolve 15 beta finally brings native audio support on Linux, along with many other new features.

Deep Learning with Open Source Python Software

Monday 2nd of July 2018 06:00:00 PM

LinuxLinks: Think of Machine Learning as cutting-edge, and Deep Learning as the cutting-edge of the cutting-edge.

Raspbian Linux OS for Raspberry Pi Gets New First-Boot Configuration Wizard

Monday 2nd of July 2018 05:00:00 PM

 Raspbian gets a new configuration wizard that will be displayed after the first boot.

Linux Kernel 4.16 Reaches End of Life, Users Are Urged to Upgrade to Linux 4.17

Monday 2nd of July 2018 04:00:00 PM

 Time to move to Linux 4.17

Fingbox Network Security Appliance Adopts Canonical's Ubuntu Core Linux & Snaps

Monday 2nd of July 2018 03:00:00 PM

 softpedia: Fingbox is a plug'n play network security appliance and mobile application for Android and iOS that promises to help you protect your smart home from a wide range of online attacks.

Linux Vendor SUSE Sold by Micro Focus to Investment Firm EQT for $2.5B

Monday 2nd of July 2018 02:00:00 PM

eWEEK: SUSE is set to become an independent business once again, as growth investment firm EQT acquires the Linux vendor from Micro Focus.

Cloud East Meets Cloud West: Google and Tencent Go for Linux Foundation Platinum

Monday 2nd of July 2018 01:00:00 PM

This was a big week for deep-pocketed platinum members signing up to the Linux Foundation.

Krita 4.1 Open-Source Digital Painting App Lets Users Save and Load Sessions

Monday 2nd of July 2018 12:00:00 PM

Highlights of the Krita 4.1 release include the ability to save and load sessions that can include a set of images and views, support for creating multi-monitor workspace layouts

How to Build NGINX from source on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS

Monday 2nd of July 2018 11:00:00 AM

Learn how to build NGINX with all available modules

Linux 4.18 rc3

Monday 2nd of July 2018 05:00:00 AM

Linus Torvalds: It so happens that today is the 15th anniversary of me working for the Linux Foundation (née OSDL). How time flies.

MintBox Mini 2 Computer Is Ready to Ship Worldwide with Linux Mint 19 ???Tara???

Monday 2nd of July 2018 01:00:00 AM

Linux Mint project leader Clement Lefebvre announced today that the MintBox Mini 2 and MintBox Mini 2 Pro computers are now ready for shipment worldwide

Install And Play Overwatch With Lutris On Ubuntu 18.04

Sunday 1st of July 2018 09:00:00 PM

Linuxconfig: Overwatch is one of the most popular PC games right now. It has a thriving esports scene and a community of millions playing it regularly worldwide.

How to Install Rancher Docker Container Manager on CentOS 7

Sunday 1st of July 2018 05:00:00 PM

HowToForge: Rancher is an open source container management platform.

How to plan projects in the open, without the stress

Sunday 1st of July 2018 01:00:00 PM

How can you define project requirements, engage multiple stakeholders, delegate work, and track progress???all in the open?

Running integration tests in Kubernetes

Sunday 1st of July 2018 01:00:00 AM

Verify how your application behaves with your full solution stack by using multiple containers to provide a whole test environment.

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Linux Foundation Expansion and Linux Development

  • Deutsche Telekom signs up as platinum member of Linux Foundation Networking
    Deutsche Telekom has doubled down on its commitment to using open source by signing up as a platinum member of Linux Foundation Networking. Earlier this year, the Linux Foundation put some of its open source communities, including the Open Network Automation Platform (ONAP), under the Linux Foundation Networking (LFN) brand in order to foster cross-project collaboration. Mainly thanks to ONAP, the LNF projects currently enable close to 70% of all the world's global mobile subscribers.
  • Deutsche Telekom Joins The Linux Foundation, Deepens Investment in Open Source Networking
  • Samsung Galaxy S Support With The Linux 4.19 Kernel
    Just in case you have your hands still on the Samsung Galaxy S or Galaxy S 4G that were released back in 2010 as once high-end Android smartphones, they have DeviceTree support with the upcoming Linux 4.19 kernel cycle. The DeviceTree additions are currently staged ahead of the Linux 4.19 kernel for these S5Pv210 Aries based smartphones. With this code in place for Linux 4.19, the Galaxy S should at least see working mainline support for storage, PMIC, RTC, fuel gauge, keys, USB, and WiFi working in order.
  • Using the Best CPU Available on Asymmetric Systems
    This is the type of situation with a patch where it might look like a lack of opposition could let it sail into the kernel tree, but really, it just hasn't been thoroughly examined by Linux bigwigs yet. Once the various contributors have gotten the patch as good as they can get it without deeper feedback, they'll probably send it up the ladder for inclusion in the main source tree. At that point, the security folks will jump all over it, looking for ways that a malicious user might force processes all onto only one particular CPU (essentially mounting a denial-of-service attack) or some such thing. Even if the patch survives that scrutiny, one of the other big-time kernel people, or even Linus Torvalds, could reject the patch on the grounds that it should represent a solution for large-scale systems as well as small. Either way, something like Dietmar and Quentin's patch will be desirable in the kernel, because it's always good to take advantages of the full range of abilities of a system. And nowadays, a lot of devices are coming out with asymmetric CPUs and other quirks that never were part of earlier general-purpose systems. So, there's definitely a lot to be gained in seeing this sort of patch go into the tree.

Games: Risin' Goat, CorsixTH, Hegemone Pass, Unreal Engine

Software: Remote Access, EncryptPad, Aria2 WebUI, Qbs

  • Best Linux remote desktop clients of 2018
    This article has been fully updated, and was provided to TechRadar by Linux Format, the number one magazine to boost your knowledge on Linux, open source developments, distro releases and much more. It appeared in issue 220, published February 2017. Subscribe to the print or digital version of Linux Format here. SSH has been the staple remote access tool for system administrators from day one. Admins use SSH to mount remote directories, backup remote servers, spring-clean remote databases, and even forward X11 connections. The popularity of single-board computers, such as the Raspberry Pi, has introduced SSH into the parlance of everyday desktop users as well. While SSH is useful for securely accessing one-off applications, it’s usually overkill, especially if you aren’t concerned about the network’s security. There are times when you need to remotely access the complete desktop session rather than just a single application. You may want to guide the person on the other end through installing software or want to tweak settings on a Windows machine from the comfort of your Linux desktop yourself.
  • EncryptPad: Encrypted Text Editor For Your Secrets
    EncryptPad is a simple, free and open source text editor that encrypts saved text files and allows protecting them with passwords, key files, or both. It's available on Windows, macOS, and Linux. The application comes with a GUI as well as a command line interface, and it also offers a tool for encrypting and decrypting binary files.
  • Aria2 WebUI: Clean Web Frontend for aria2
    Aria2 WebUI is an open source web frontend for aria2. The software bills itself as the finest interface to interact with aria2. That’s a lofty goal considering the competition from the likes of uGet Download Manager (which offers an aria2 plugin). Aria2 WebUI started as part of the GSOC program 2012. But a lot has changed since the software’s creation under that initiative. While the pace of development has lessened considerably in recent years, the software has not been abandoned.
  • qbs 1.12 released
    We are happy to announce version 1.12.0 of the Qbs build tool. [...] All command descriptions now list the product name to which the generated artifact belongs. This is particularly helpful for larger projects where several products contain files of the same name, or even use the same source file. The vcs module no longer requires a repository to create the header file. If the project is not in a repository, then the VCS_REPO_STATE macro will evaluate to a placeholder string. It is now possible to generate Makefiles from Qbs projects. While it is unlikely that complex Qbs projects are completely representable in the Makefile format, this feature might still be helpful for debugging purposes.