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In the late morning, Simon Phipps took the stand. Phipps, who worked at Sun for 10 years before it was purchased, was the company's Chief Open Source Officer. He testified that no one at Sun ever took action to stop other projects that used Java APIs, including GNU Classpath and Apache Harmony.
Hello, open gaming fans! In this week's edition, we take a look at Civilization VI for Linux, Dungeons & Robots release, and new games out for Linux.Open gaming roundup for May 7 - 13, 2016read more
This version of AryaLinux primarily focuses on creating a stable from-scratch system and eliminating as many small nuances as possible that sum up to a not-so happy build experience: Updated all packages to the latest development of LFS and the current development version of BLFS systemd. Upgraded MATE to 1.12.0. Fixed a lot of broken features with alps like selfupdate, clean and updatescripts.
The Document Foundation is currently planning on the release of the next major version of the LibreOffice open-source and cross-platform office suite, LibreOffice 5.2.
There's a Linux command that can help repair mistakes in the commands you type. Just don't say its name where your boss or customers can hear you.
ownCloud has had the great pleasure of announcing the release of ownCloud Desktop Client 2.2.0 for all supported platforms, including GNU/Linux, Mac OS X, and Microsoft Windows.
System locale allows you to specify the language settings for the user interfaces and services running on your system. In this tutorial we will help you to set up system-wide locale settings on a Linux VPS running CentOS 7 as the operating system.
In this week's Top 5, we highlight community-owned router Pittmesh, password manager KeePassX, results of the 2016 Open Source Jobs Report, a look at what an open source program office is and why it matters, and a Linux Story from new writer Rene Raggl.
Swapping the rows and columns in a table on the command line would seem to be a fairly easy thing to do [...] Transposing rows and columns is indeed easy if you have the GNU datamash utility on your system [...] I wrote 'trans' as throwaway code for transposing my own tables. It could be extended so that argument 2 specifies the input column separator, and argument 3 a different column separator for the output. There are other ways to swap rows and columns in tables, for example using Perl, but for the time being I'm happy with the script!
"Your machine is insecure unless you're running my kernel," says Greg Kroah-Hartman.