I've been supporting student participation in humanitarian free and open source software (HFOSS) projects for over a decade. I've seen students get motivated and excited by working in a professional community while they learn and mature professionally. Out of the many reasons for supporting student participation in open source, here are five of the most compelling reasons.
After last weeks somewhat unusual patch statistics (only 1/6th
drivers), we're not back to the normal programming with rc3, and we
have the usual situation with roughly ~60% of the patch being driver
updates. It's spread out, but most of it tends to be networking, GPU,
USB and a new EDAC driver. But all of it is fairly small.
Outside of the driver department, we've got core networking, some
filesystem updates (mainly xfs, although in the diffstat afs shows up
too, but that's really from the networking changes) and a smattering
of updates all over: documentation, scheduler, some miinor arch
These distributions prove that the Linux community is still full of creativity and good ideas, and prepared for whatever the future might bring. There are many more similar projects worth checking out, such as Trenta OS and the Clear Linux Project.
I have kali linux on a raspberry pi and am getting the following error when trying to use wireshark from tightvnc.
Qt: XKEYBOARD extension not present on the X server. xlib: extension "RANDR" missing on display ":1.0". wireshark: Fatal IO error 2(No such file or directory) on X server :1.0.
Anyone know what I need to do to fix this?submitted by /u/friday963
eWEEK: Linux users are set to assemble for the annual LinuxCon event, this time celebrating the 25th anniversary of the technology and how it has changed.
The latest rossetta stone all features and auto updates are working for me in wine without overrides. If anyone else is using this or trying to use it I am the app maintainer just visit https://appdb.winehq.org/objectManager.php?sClass=version&iId=33744
Feel free to post results, ask for help or up vote the version.submitted by /u/Jhackler
Linus Torvalds: It all looks pretty sane, I'm not seeing anything hugely scary here.