LinuxPitStop: Mkisofs is a utility that creates an ISO 9660 image from files on disk.
So a friend of mine uses a toshiba r930 to program and for school work and he was using a weird way to install distributions because every time he install a single distributions (except manjaro ) he get this error http://imgur.com/IsUaQkF . How ever since yesterday majaro gives the same error and by consequence the shady trick doesn't work too
If some one could help it would be awesome because he doesn't have a computer too usesubmitted by /u/sillenzio
softpedia: 4MLinux is getting a major update
The FINANCIAL -- Huawei announces completion of SDN Agile Controller certification with Red Hat OpenStack Platform 7 at Huawei’s Beijing SDN Open Lab. This marks the first time Huawei’s SDN controller has been certified for interoperability with a mainstream cloud platform. It is an important step for Huawei’s SDN Integration service in building a multi-vendor certification, construct open, cooperative SDN ecosystem.
Today, June 13, 2016, Black Lab Software CEO Roberto J. Dohnert informs Softpedia about the general availability of the fourth Alpha build of the upcoming Black Lab Linux 8.0 "Onyx" operating system.
The upcoming ubuntuBSD distro has been in development since March 2016, and it is now time for it to enter the spotlight. The final release is due soon according to the latest tweet from the project's official Twitter page.
Hi folks, as the title goes I want to mirror once per day my OS drive to USB3 portable disk that will become main in case of SSD failure. Any suggestions thoughts ? My SSD is 3 years old already so I would like to have up to date image/full OS backup in case of failure.submitted by /u/krakishh
Rabimba has been involved in open source since the summer of 2014, when he was connected to Mozilla for the first time through the company's investments into Firefox OS in India. In this interview, I ask him how he got involved in open source, what he's currently working on, and how get got involved in contributing to Mozilla.