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Now that the GUADEC event for the soon-to-be-released GNOME 3.22 desktop environment has come to an end, the GNOME Project is already planning for the next year's installation.
Are you facing trouble to install Oracle VirtualBox On Arch Linux & Manjaro ? Don't worry, here is the article for you.
In a relatively short time, Discord has become the favorite chat solution among gamers. That’s a fairly good thing. It’s easy to use and well supported across all platforms. Well, not quite. If you go to the Discord website at the time of writing this, there is one glaring omission from Discord’s list of available clients, Linux.
Via unveiled three new Linux- and Android-based IoT devices, including a multiwireless home gateway, a telestrator, and a wireless display system. Via Technologies announced a Via IoT Studio series of products for smart home control, building automation, educational applications. The Via IoT Studio line is headlined by a “Via Alegro 100” multiprotocol home gateway router […]
Now that the final release of the upcoming Debian GNU/Linux 9 "Stretch" operating system is getting closer and closer, the Debian developers are getting together later this month in Salzburg, Austria, for a bug squashing party.
There have been far too many “incidents” recently that demonstrate the Internet is not as secure as it needs to be. Just in the past few weeks, we’ve seen countless headlines about online security breaches. From the alleged hack of … Continue reading
Also in today's open source roundup: The 10 best password managers for Linux, and Linus Torvalds loves his Dell XPS 13 Developer Edition laptop.
News reports issued yesterday indicated that MariaDB and Percona DB, had already issued patches for the vulnerability, but that Oracle controlled MySQL had not, even though the company had been notified of the vulnerability by Golunski on July 29. However, a report this morning from The Register says that Oracle had "quietly" issued patches on September 6, with links to patched versions 5.5.52, 5.6.33 and 5.7.15.
Android-x86 developer Chih-Wei Huang was happy to announce the general availability of the final release of the Android-x86 6.0 operating system for personal computers.
As open source software matures and is used by more and more major corporations, it is becoming clear that the enterprise software game has changed. Sam Ramji, CEO of the Cloud Foundry Foundation, believes that open source software is a positive sum game, as reflected in his keynote at ApacheCon in Vancouver in May.
I have a favorite saying: "If you are a systems administrator, youhave the keys to the kingdom. If you are an open-source programmer, youdon't know which or how many kingdoms you have the keys to." We sendour programs out into the world to be run by anyone for any purpose.Think about that: by anyone, for any purpose.
This week, the Raspberry Pi Foundation announced it has sold more than 10 million Raspberry Pi boards and celebrated the milestone by releasing a new Raspberry Pi Starter Kit. While many of these Linux-driven hacker boards were used for the foundation’s original purpose -- creating a low-cost computer for computer education -- a large percentage have been sold to hobbyists and commercial developers working on Internet of Things (IoT) projects ranging from home automation to industrial sensor networks.
Regardless of the profession you are in, there are broadly two things that define how productive you are: your knowledge of the subject, and how effectively you carry out your tasks. If your work involves computers and you are into writing, it's worth knowing that there exist several applications that offer distraction-free writing environment. In this article, we will discuss one such application - dubbed FocusWriter - that's available not only for Linux, but for Windows and Mac OS as well.
In the first article in this series, I provided an introduction to the powerful dig utility and its uses in performing DNS lookups. For those who haven't used the command before, these articles will give a useful overview of its features and capabilities. This time, I’ll explain how dig syntax differs from other packages and offer some time-saving examples.
It wasn't going to go to Eclipse right?