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|Blog entry||Parted Magic - The Ultimate Linux Tool||fieldyweb||27/11/2011 - 7:31pm|
|Blog entry||Setting up a CHROOT Apache Server with Name Based Virtual Hosts||fieldyweb||19/11/2011 - 8:08pm|
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A recent discussion on the Ubuntu Snappy Core mailing list has revealed the fact the operating system for embedded and IoT (Internet of Things) devices will feature a new, much cleaner all-snap architecture.
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From blocked videos to annoying ads, there are many things about YouTube we don't like. These restrictions and distractions only dampen the amazing experience that the video-sharing website is meant to provide. If you are a Firefox user, however, you won't have to worry about such things. Firefox offers a variety of add-ons that let you fix pretty much any annoyance that YouTube has. Furthermore, they also let you download videos right to your desktop so that you can watch them whenever you want, even without a connection.
Would the world really be tremendously different if Linux, the open source operating system kernel, did not exist? Would there be no Internet or movies? Those are the questions some viewers of the Linux Foundation's ongoing "World without Linux" video series are asking. Here are some answers.
In case you've missed it, the "World without Linux" series is a collection of quirky short films that depict, well, a world without Linux (and open source software more generally). They have emphasized themes like Linux's role in movie-making and in serving the Internet.
If you’re looking to get a new Android device this year you’ll want to keep reading for everything you need to know. And while we already detailed the best Android tablet Black Friday deals this year, below is about more than just tablets. How about a 128GB micro-SD card for your LG G4 or Samsung tablet? We have those for the lowest price we’ve ever seen, $39.99.
I'm happy to announce the release of virt-manager 1.3.0!
Red Hat's Cole Robinson has announced the release of virt-manager 1.3.0 for open-source virtual machine management.
After informing users about the proposal of various changes in the systemd implementation of the upcoming Fedora 24 Linux operating system, such as systemd file triggers and systemd package split, the Fedora Project developers have published details about more upcoming feature proposals for Fedora 24.
What’s HyperKitty, you may ask? It’s a cute name for something that’s not actually particularly feline (and while we hope you’ll think it’s hyper-good, it’s not hyperactive). It’s a new, modern web interface for all the Fedora mailing lists. At Flock this August, I spoke about how much of Fedora’s vital activity is buried behind increasingly archaic Internet technologies — mailing lists and IRC (Internet Relay Chat). We’ll leave IRC for another day, but HyperKitty is part of the scheme to bring that to the visible web-based world — without taking away the things that are working.
The developers of the well-known Fedora Linux operating system have announced their plans to make the GNOME on Wayland session the default for the upcoming Fedora 24 Workstation Edition.
LinuxDays in Prague – over 1000 registered visitors make it the largest Czech Linux event (if we don’t consider DevConf.cz which is international). As every year, we had a Fedora booth there and we had the first opportunity to give away new Fedora handbooks. A couple of Fedora contributors also delivered talks, I myself spoke on Fedora Workstation and problems of Linux desktop in general.
Last week marked the release of Vendetta: Curse of Raven's Cry that was greeted by a Linux release on the same day as the OS X and Windows game release. Given that there were reports of a command-line driven benchmarking mode, I decided to try out the game. However, in total I spent just ten minutes inside the game.
Well now, Syber discounted their Steam Machine line (all three models), and now all but the highest price machine are sold out. This was a one-day sale, and sadly we missed covering it here, but it's worth noting that it did well.
If you missed out on the massive Steam Machine game sale earlier this month, Valve is running some more sales this week in time for some holiday shopping.
Storm United is easily one of my favourite up and coming FPS games, it needs more players so get going people.
In this latest patch they have fixed the annoying issue for Linux gamers not being able to connect to larger maps, as well as optimizing the Linux version to reduce a bunch of stutter it had. Full patch notes available here.
Unmechanical has been extended with a new chapter, adding more than an hour's worth of puzzles and exploration, and the Unreal Engine 3 powered game is now officially available for Linux. You can buy the Linux version from GOG or Steam, but it does not yet have a SteamOS icon on Valve's distribution platform.
The GNOME developers are still working hard these days on the second milestone of the upcoming GNOME 3.20 desktop environment, which means that we should see more and more updates to various core components and GNOME applications.
Fedora 23 features the brand new Cinnamon Desktop Spin for users craving a more traditional user interface. The Fedora 23 Cinnamon Desktop Spin features version 2.8.3 of the Cinnamon Desktop which by default features a taskbar and applications menu at the bottom of the screen, and includes many applications that are also present in Fedora Workstation such as Firefox and Terminal. In addition to the applications it shares with Fedora Workstation, the Cinnamon Desktop Spin also ships with its own versions of some applications, including the Nemo file browser. The Cinnamon Desktop Spin also prides itself on being highly configurable by default with Cinnamon Spices, allowing you to easily customize your desktop with new themes, applets, desklets, and extensions.