Razer’s open source virtual reality project now supports Android devices
Razer’s open source virtual reality project will support Android, which opens up the future of this mind-altering world to multiple devices.
Linux Mint 17.2 "Rafaela" Officially Out with Cinnamon 2.6 - Screenshot Tour
Linux Mint 17.2 "Rafaela" Cinnamon has been officially announced by Clement Lefebvre, the leader of the project, and it brings numerous upgrades for the desktop environment and the underlying operating system.
Winter is coming: GPS and Linux leap second Armageddon predicted
Linux computers are particularly prone to this, and last time several high-profile websites running databases such as Hadoop, including Linkedin, Reddit, and Yelp, were temporarily borked.
GPS trackers don't play nicely either and, given that their accuracy depends on the timings between receiver and satellite, it can make them inaccurate until the problem is addressed.
Limit Your Linux Super Powers With su & sudo
My goal today was to help you better understand the risks of logging in as root, and how to better take advantage of built-in utilities to limit your rootly super powers. If you insist on having a root account, at least make use of the su - -c [command] option. When possible, make the best use of sudo to maintain tight control over access to super powers. Remember, with power comes responsibility. Use your super powers wisely!