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Linux Top 3: Raspberry Pi B+, CentOS 7 and RHEL 5.11
CentOS 7 Comes on the Heels of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7
CentOS 7 Comes on the Heels of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7
Great Scott! It's Version 13!
(Jul 22, 2014, 08:00) (0 talkbacks)
LinuxJournal: No matter how much I love Plex, there's still nothing that comes close to XBMC for usability when it comes to watching your network media on a television.
GCC 5.0 Is Expected Next Year
(Jul 22, 2014, 07:00) (0 talkbacks)
Phoronix: GNU Compiler Collection developers are beginning to come to a consensus that GCC 5.0 will be released in 2015.
6 Excellent Lightweight Linux Distros for x86 and ARM
(Jul 22, 2014, 06:00) (0 talkbacks)
Linux.com: Presenting a nice assortment of lightweight yet fully-functional Linux distros for all occasions.
4MLinux Rescue Edition 9.1 Beta Is a Good Tool for Beginners and Professionals Alike
(Jul 22, 2014, 05:00) (0 talkbacks)
softpedia: 4MLinux Rescue Edition, a special distribution that includes a wide set of system maintenance and recovery applications, is now at version 9.1 Beta and is ready for testing.
Modify web content with Apache's mod_substitute and mod_headers
(Jul 22, 2014, 04:00) (0 talkbacks)
Wazi: These two Apache modules can be useful in creating a staging environment, fixing unsupported web applications, or just adding custom HTTP headers for troubleshooting and monitoring.
Linux Top 3: Slackware Turns 21, Debian Squeezes and Linux 3.16 Nears
(Jul 21, 2014, 23:00) (0 talkbacks)
LinuxPlanet: On July 17, 1993, Patrick Volkerding announced the released of Slackware Linux 1.0. It was the first real Linux distribution - a packaged compilation of the Linux kernel and utilities needed to make a full 'Linux' operating system.
Chromebook gains, Microsoft worries
(Jul 21, 2014, 19:00) (0 talkbacks)
ZDnet: NPD reveals that Chromebook sales are exploding and Microsoft is starting to get worried.
CentOS 7: Upgrading from CentOS 6.x In Place
(Jul 21, 2014, 15:00) (0 talkbacks)
LinuxAcademy: In addition to walking through the upgrade process, a lot of good information is shared about how to make the upgrade successful and equally important, laying out scenarios that are likely to give you trouble and why.
How to manage DigitalOcean VPS droplets from the command line on Linux
(Jul 21, 2014, 14:00) (0 talkbacks)
xmodulo: DigitalOcean is one of the hottest new kids in the block in the cloud VPS hosting market.
20 things to do after installing Elementary OS 0.2 Luna
(Jul 21, 2014, 13:00) (0 talkbacks)
BinaryTides: Elementary OS is another very cool linux distro based on Ubuntu.
$25 MIPS SBC extends Arduino with WiFi and OpenWRT
(Jul 21, 2014, 12:00) (0 talkbacks)
LinuxGizmos: The Arbor Linux Shield combines a V-Solution COM running Linux on an Atheros AR9331 with a baseboard that can act as a Linux SBC or as an Arduino shield.
Leadwerks Game Developer Toolkit Now Heading To Steam For Linux
(Jul 21, 2014, 11:00) (0 talkbacks)
GamingOnLinux: The Leadwerks developers have overcome some issues they faced that prevented the Linux version of Leadwerks appearing on Steam.
Is PHP 6 or PHP 7 Next?
(Jul 21, 2014, 10:00) (0 talkbacks)
InternetNews: From the 'open-source nomenclature' files
Six Clicks: More Linux single-board computers
(Jul 21, 2014, 09:00) (0 talkbacks)
ZDnet: There are many great Linux-powered single-board computers, starting with the new Raspberry Pi B+.
Linux 3.16 rc6
(Jul 21, 2014, 08:00) (0 talkbacks)
Linus Torvalds: Week by week, we're getting to what is supposed to be the last rc's, but quite frankly, things aren't calming down the way they are supposed to.
EFF releases experimental open wireless router firmware
(Jul 21, 2014, 07:00) (0 talkbacks)
LinuxBSDos: This experimental version of the firmware has been optimized to run on just one router model
Top 10! Fun On The Command Line
(Jul 21, 2014, 06:00) (0 talkbacks)
The Linux Rain: You do your data exploration on the command line
Lifehacker Pack for Linux: Our List of the Essential Linux Apps
(Jul 21, 2014, 05:00) (0 talkbacks)
Lifehacker: With so many flavors of Linux and the awesome apps in their repositories, finding the right app for getting things done can be tough.
How to configure chroot SFTP in Linux
(Jul 21, 2014, 04:00) (0 talkbacks)
LinuxTechi: SFTP stands for SSH File Transfer protocol or Secure File Transfer Protocol.
Plasma Active Continues Coming For Qt5/KF5
(Jul 20, 2014, 18:00) (0 talkbacks)
Phoronix: Plasma Active is the user interface targeting all types of devices from tablets to smart TVs and in-vehicle infotainment systems.
FreeBSD 9.3-RELEASE Announcement
(Jul 20, 2014, 14:00) (0 talkbacks)
The FreeBSD Release Engineering Team is pleased to announce the availability of FreeBSD 9.3-RELEASE. This is the fourth release of the stable/9 branch, which improves on the stability of FreeBSD 9.2-RELEASE and introduces some new features.
Dumping an open source Honeypot on Rachel: FTC reloads on liquidating robocallers
(Jul 20, 2014, 06:00) (0 talkbacks)
NetworkWorld: FTC sets rules for second robocall challenge at DEF CON
Firefox OS lands in Germany – with France, Asia, and more to come
(Jul 19, 2014, 18:00) (0 talkbacks)
The Register: Mozilla's thrifty, browser-based smartphone OS continues expansion
Raspberry Pi 3D full-body scanner interview
(Jul 19, 2014, 14:00) (0 talkbacks)
LinuxUser: We talk to Richard Garsthagen about why he needs 40 Raspberry Pis to take a picture of you
18 interviews with speakers of upcoming OSCON 2014
(Jul 19, 2014, 10:00) (0 talkbacks)
Opensource.com: For the last two weeks, Opensource.com has published a series of 18 interviews with speakers at OSCON 2014.
Epic Games Helps Blender By Becoming A Sponsor
(Jul 19, 2014, 06:00) (0 talkbacks)
Gaming on Linux: Epic Games are starting to become real champions for us
Installing LAMP (Linux, Apache, MariaDB, PHP/PhpMyAdmin) in RHEL/CentOS 7.0
(Jul 18, 2014, 23:00) (1 talkbacks)
Tech Comics: Dead Code
(Jul 18, 2014, 19:00) (0 talkbacks)
Datamation: Some code hasn't been used for years and years. Do you dare discard it?
Resource Management and Control: A Straw Proposal for Linux
(Jul 18, 2014, 15:00) (0 talkbacks)
EnterpriseStorageForum: Resource management and controlling the allocation of resources for complex workloads has always been a topic for discussion in open systems
Adminer—Better Than Awesome!
(Jul 18, 2014, 14:00) (0 talkbacks)
LinuxJournal: I've always loved PHPMyAdmin for managing MySQL databases.
Linux System Administration Skills are Changing
(Jul 18, 2014, 13:00) (4 talkbacks)
Linux.com: When was the last time you compiled a kernel?
KernelASan: Bringing Address Sanitizer To The Linux Kernel
(Jul 18, 2014, 12:00) (0 talkbacks)
Phoronix: Address Sanitizer is the feature within GCC (and now LLVM/Clang too) for detecting memory corruption bugs like buffer overflows, use-after-free, and other memory errors.
Heterogeneous multicore dev platform targets Linux
(Jul 18, 2014, 11:00) (0 talkbacks)
LinuxGizmos: Mentor Graphics has released a heterogeneous multicore development platform for combining Linux, Nucleus, and bare metal OSes on a single multicore SoC.
Vote For GOG To Make Galaxy Open Source
(Jul 18, 2014, 10:00) (0 talkbacks)
GamingOnLinux: Galaxy will launch this year, so a number of folks in GOG's community have suggested that it should be open source.
How to access SoundCloud from the command line in Linux
(Jul 18, 2014, 09:00) (0 talkbacks)
xmodulo: If you enjoy music streaming and originally-created sounds, you cannot have missed SoundCloud
Avoid the Android vampire apps
(Jul 18, 2014, 08:00) (1 talkbacks)
ZDnet: Some Android applications will drain your smartphone or tablet of battery life, storage or bandwidth like a blood-sucking fiend.
Mirantis and Oracle Partner on OpenStack
(Jul 18, 2014, 07:00) (0 talkbacks)
eWEEK: The deal could be worth tens of millions of dollars as Oracle digs deeper into the cloud.
What's Coming in WordPress 4.0
(Jul 18, 2014, 05:00) (0 talkbacks)
CMSobserver: WordPress 4.0 Beta 1 was released a couple of days ago and the list of changes is rather impressive.
How to set up a highly available Apache cluster using Heartbeat
(Jul 18, 2014, 04:00) (0 talkbacks)
Wazi: A highly available cluster uses redundant servers to ensure maximum uptime and mitigate risks related to single points of failure.