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NATS Messaging Project Joins Cloud Native Computing Foundation

6 hours 43 min ago

eWEEK: The NATS project brings a mature open-source messaging technology to the CNCF, in a bid to help to improve high-throughput communications in cloud native environments.

How to reset a Windows password with Linux

7 hours 43 min ago

Lost your Windows login? The chntpw utility can save the day.

Linux man Command Tutorial for Beginners (8 Examples)

8 hours 43 min ago

HowToForge: A very useful aspect of the Linux command line is that the documentation for almost all command line tools is easily accessible.

Gogo - Create Shortcuts to Long and Complicated Paths in Linux

9 hours 43 min ago

tecmint: Gogo is an impressive way to bookmark directories inside your shell.

6 ways a thriving community will help your project succeed

10 hours 43 min ago Innovation, research, marketing, support -a community can provide all these things, if you take care of it.

Linus Torvalds slams CTS Labs over AMD vulnerability report

11 hours 43 min ago

ZDnet: Linux's creator said he thinks CTS Labs' AMD chip security report "looks more like stock manipulation than a security advisory" and questions an industry.

How to take back manual control over /etc/resolv.conf

12 hours 43 min ago

There are a number of programs including netconfig, NetworkManager, resolvconf, rdnssd, and systemd-resolved that want to manage /etc/resolv.conf on behalf of the user.

How to Install AbanteCart on Ubuntu 16.04 LTS

13 hours 43 min ago

AbanteCart is a free, open-source e-commerce platform

Google Announces Wear OS, the New Name of Its Android Wear Operating System

14 hours 43 min ago

softpedia: When Google designed Android Wear, the company wanted to create an operating system for wearables that fits everyone's style

The Grep Command Tutorial With Examples For Beginners

15 hours 43 min ago

ostechnix: The Grep Command Tutorial With Examples For Beginners

Convert your PC to entertainment center : Install Kodi on Ubuntu & Debian

17 hours 43 min ago

linuxtechlab: If you are movie or TV lover, than you should already know what KODI is.

3 best practices for securing Kubernetes environments

Friday 16th of March 2018 06:00:00 AM

Get proactive to defend against the biggest risks facing Kubernetes deployments.

Rollback an update on RHEL/CentOS - A simple guide

Friday 16th of March 2018 02:00:00 AM

We can install, remove or update packages using the yum command. But...

How to Play Rubik's Cube in Linux Terminal with nrubik

Thursday 15th of March 2018 10:00:00 PM

MakeTechEasier: There are many Inventive games that pushed the boundaries of what's possible for puzzle games

GNOME 3.28 Released, This is What's New

Thursday 15th of March 2018 09:00:00 PM

OMGubuntu: The new GNOME 3.28 release is here

GNOME 3.28 "Chongqing" Desktop Environment Officially Released, Here's What's New

Thursday 15th of March 2018 09:00:00 PM

This release contains dozens of new features for users, developers, and administrators

Raspbian Remix Lets You Create Your Own Spin That You Can Install on PC or Mac

Thursday 15th of March 2018 08:20:14 PM

Raspbian PIXEL for PC and Mac is a Debian-based operating system created by the Raspberry Pi Foundation for those who want to run the de facto standard Raspberry Pi OS on their personal computers too.

How to measure particulate matter with a Raspberry Pi

Thursday 15th of March 2018 08:00:00 PM

Build an air quality sensor with these two simple, hardware devices and a few lines of code.

How to use Ansible to set up system monitoring with Prometheus

Thursday 15th of March 2018 07:00:00 PM learn how to automate system monitoring with ansible and prometheus

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How to build something ‘useful’ with a Raspberry Pi

In honor of Pi Day, Chaim Gartenberg and I cooked up a tiny little Raspberry Pi project for yesterday’s episode of Circuit Breaker Live. We started with a simple concept: a button that says “Why?” when you press it, in honor of our favorite podcast. So we knew we’d need a button, some sound files, a little bit of Python code, and, of course, a Raspberry Pi. A new Pi is $35, but we found an old Raspberry Pi 2 in my desk drawer, which was up to the task. (Newer Pis have built-in Wi-Fi and faster processors, but for our simple button project we didn’t need internet or extra horsepower.) Read more

Wine 3.4

  • Wine Announcement
    The Wine development release 3.4 is now available.
  • Wine 3.4 Release Continues With Vulkan Upbringing, Some Wine-Staging Patches
    The latest bi-weekly release of Wine is now available for running your favorite or necessary Windows programs/games on Linux and macOS. Wine 3.4 is this latest release and it's significant for continuing to land the "WineVulkan" code. This does include the latest Wine Vulkan patches as of yesterday including the first bits of apps/games working and integration with the X11 driver.

Graphics: AMDGPU, Mesa 17.3.7, RADV

  • Linux 4.17 To Enable AMDGPU DC By Default For All Supported GPUs
    Since the introduction of the AMDGPU DC display code (formerly known as DAL) in Linux 4.15, this modern display stack has just been enabled by default for newer Radeon Vega and Raven Ridge devices. With Linux 4.17 that is changing with AMDGPU DC being enabled by default across the board for supported GPUs. Building off the earlier DRM-Next material for Linux 4.17, Alex Deucher minutes ago sent in another round of feature updates for targeting this next kernel cycle. This latest batch has continued code refactoring around PowerPlay, support for fetching the video RAM type from the video BIOS, allowing the TTM memory manager to drop its backing store when not needed, DC bandwidth calculation updates, enabling DC backlight control for pre-DCE11 GPUs, various display code fixes, and other bug fixes.
  • AMDGPU / ATI 18.0.1 X.Org DDX Driver Releases, Fixes Infinite Loop & Crashes
    Michel Dänzer of AMD issued bug-fix updates on Thursday for the xf86-video-ati and xf86-video-amdgpu DDX drivers. Just two weeks after the AMDGPU 18.0 X.Org driver release as the first version under their new year-based versioning scheme, the 18.0.1 bug-fix release is out. The xf86-video-amdgpu 18.0.1 DDX update fixes a potential infinite loop after a xorg-server reset in some configurations, Xorg crashing when multiple primary screens are configured, and using the TearFree feature could trigger Pixman library debugging spew.
  • Mesa 17.3.7 Nearing Release With 50+ Changes
    While waiting for Mesa 18.0, the Mesa 17.3.7 point release will soon hit stable users of this open-source, user-space graphics stack.
  • RADV Patches Are Closer For Sub-Group Capabilities
    Daniel Schürmann continues hacking on the sub-group patch-set for the RADV Vulkan driver to expose this important feature of the recent Vulkan 1.1 release.