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Linux Kernel 4.20: Crocodiles, STIBP, and Hugs

Monday 24th of December 2018 06:43:44 PM
Title: Linux Kernel 4.20: Crocodiles, STIBP, and Hugs24 DecLearn more

Meet the New Linux Desktop Champion: System76 Thelio

Tuesday 18th of December 2018 03:36:09 PM
Title: Meet the New Linux Desktop Champion: System76 Thelio18 DecLearn more

4 Unique Terminal Emulators for Linux

Friday 14th of December 2018 03:08:35 PM
Title: 4 Unique Terminal Emulators for Linux14 DecLearn more

KubeCon + CloudNativeCon Videos Now Online

Friday 14th of December 2018 11:31:03 AM

This week's KubeCon + CloudNativeCon North America 2018 in Seattle was the biggest ever! This sold-out event featured four days of information on Kubernetes, Prometheus, Envoy, OpenTracing, Fluentd, gRPC, containerd, and rkt, along with many other exciting projects and topics.

More than 100 lightning talks, keynotes, and technical sessions from the event have already been posted. 

You can check out the videos on YouTube.

Strategies for Deploying Embedded Software

Thursday 13th of December 2018 02:41:15 PM
Title: Strategies for Deploying Embedded Software13 DecLearn more

Aliases: DIY Shell Commands

Wednesday 12th of December 2018 03:39:52 PM
Title: Aliases: DIY Shell Commands12 DecLearn more

New Ebook Offers Comprehensive Guide to Open Source Compliance

Wednesday 12th of December 2018 01:10:41 PM

The Linux Foundation has released the second edition of Open Source Compliance in the Enterprise by Ibrahim Haddad, which offers organizations a practical guide to using open source code and participating in open source communities while complying with both the spirit and the letter of open source licensing.

Get the Skills You Need to Monitor Systems and Services with Prometheus

Tuesday 11th of December 2018 03:42:47 PM
Title: Get the Skills You Need to Monitor Systems and Services with Prometheus11 DecLearn more

5 Screen Recorders for the Linux Desktop

Friday 7th of December 2018 03:53:07 PM
Title: 5 Screen Recorders for the Linux Desktop7 DecLearn more

Create a Fully Automated Light and Music Show for the Holidays: Part 1

Friday 7th of December 2018 10:00:49 AM
Title: Create a Fully Automated Light and Music Show for the Holidays: Part 17 DecLearn more

Open Source Compliance Projects Unite Under New ACT Group

Thursday 6th of December 2018 07:02:47 PM
Title: Open Source Compliance Projects Unite Under New ACT Group6 DecLearn more

Bash Variables: Environmental and Otherwise

Wednesday 5th of December 2018 03:14:33 PM
Title: Bash Variables: Environmental and Otherwise5 DecLearn more

Libcamera Aims to Make Embedded Cameras Easier

Tuesday 4th of December 2018 12:54:53 PM
Title: Libcamera Aims to Make Embedded Cameras Easier4 DecLearn more

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KDE: Usability & Productivity Report From Nate Graham

  • This week in Usability & Productivity, part 54
    This week in KDE’s Usability & Productivity initiative, something big landed: virtual desktop support on Wayland, accompanied by a shiny new user interface for the X11 version too. Eike Hein has been working on this literally for months and I think he deserves a round of applause! It was a truly enormous amount of work, but now we can benefit for years to come.
  • KDE Now Has Virtual Desktop Support On Wayland
    KDE landing virtual desktop support on Wayland this week is certainly quite exciting while also a new UI was added for the X11 virtual desktop support too. Some of the other KDE improvements that landed this week and relayed by Nate Graham include the digital clock widget now allowing adjustments to the date formatting, the KDE Information Center's USB devices section will now actually display all USB devices, wallpaper chooser view improvements, and various other improvements.

Screenshots/Screencasts: Robolinux 10.4 LXDE, deepin 15.9, and Parrot OS 4.5 KDE

Livepatching With Linux 5.1 To Support Atomic Replace & Cumulative Patches

With the Linux 5.1 kernel cycle that should get underway in just over one month's time, there will now be the long in development work (it's been through 15+ rounds of public code review!) for supporting atomic replace and cumulative patches. Read more