Apple announced the release of a new stable version of its open-source CUPS (Common UNIX Printing System) software used in the macOS operating system and all GNU/Linux distributions.
Logic Supply informs Softpedia today that it launched a new line of modular panel PCs during the International Manufacturing Technology Show 2016 (IMTS) event that is taking place this week until Saturday, September 18, in Chicago, U.S.A.
There is nothing I can’t do on my Linux-powered computers. And no other platform works so much better that I feel the need to move to it.
GNOME Maps developer Marcus Lundblad talks in his latest blog post about some of the major new features coming to the GNOME Maps application as part of the soon-to-be-released GNOME 3.22 desktop environment.
I’ve read that a fun and easy thing to do with a Raspberry Pi is to set it up as a dedicated blog server. I’ve never really had my own blog, so I decided I would give this project a shot. I hope that this article serves as a guide for those of you who would like to start a blog or who have a Raspberry Pi that’s not doing anything and are looking for a worthy project.
The first snapshots for the month of September have been released for the openSUSE Tumbleweed rolling operating system, and Douglas DeMaio is here again to report on the freshly added software versions.
Flatpak developer Alex Larsson announced the release of Flatpak 0.6.10, a new maintenance update of the universal Linux binary format used in various GNU/Linux distributions.
There is a (new?) course on Linux Foundation for Linux security, LFS216
Has anyone an opinion on its worth?
As you might have seen, the developers of Vectr - a graphic software - have claimed in the title that it is a free software (Vectr - Free Vector Graphics Editor for Linux) . OK, great, I clicked on the website and I was interested in the source code, but after a while it was all clear to me. This is not the free software RMS and most of the Linux community is familiar when talking about a free software.
Please, stop the confusion and make things clear and use "libre software" instead of "free software" whenever you talk about FOSS/FLOSS software. Then, even guys who have developed Vectr wouldn't be able to exploit the terminology like they are doing now.submitted by /u/brunteles_abs
ZDnet: After more than a decade, the vi, or Vim, editor is getting a major update