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September 23, 2014
Counter Strike Global Offensive looks like it will finally enter beta for Linux soon thanks to information from SteamDB.
In other words, Red Hat is moving from Linux to OpenStack as its primary breadwinner.
Mentor Graphics has begun shipping Mentor Embedded Linux for AMD’s new Steppe Eagle, Crowned Eagle, and Bald Eagle G-Series and R-Series SoCs. Back in April, Mentor Graphics announced that it would support AMD’s new generation of Embedded G-Series SoCs called “Steppe Eagle” and “Crowned Eagle,” as well as the new R-Series “Bald Eagle” SoCs. The […]
The new open source project tomviz is helping the 3D visualization of nanotechnology.Modern computers are built with nanotechnology. A processor contains billions of transistors, each around 14 nanometers. A single bit of information on a hard disc drive is confined to a 10 nanometer domain spinning on a disc 75 miles per hour. The accelerometers in our smartphones contain nano-springs that measure gravitational forces to determine orientation.read more
September 22, 2014
In today's Android roundup: Sony's Xperia Z3 blows away the iPhone 6 in Phone Arena's battery test. Plus: Android L might be released for Nexus 4 phones, and how to run any Android app on your Chromebook.
Consider this traditional scenario: in today's competitive world, dynamic businessrequirements need flexible and rapid provisioning of IT resources. Alongwith flexibility, traditional IT environments need new resources tosupport the dynamic workloads of applications.
OpenStack has come a long way in just 4 years, but as the open source project matures and gains in popularity, the next wave of companies is going to be looking for solutions, consulting services and support, and working with raw open source is not going to be an option.
In today's open source roundup: Soon you'll be able to enjoy Netflix without hacks of any kind. Plus: A writer at The Verge loves Linux but doesn't use it, and five reasons why government organizations should embrace open source.
Obviously she doesn’t understand FOSS or those of us who advocate its use. She’d probably seen the site, noticed a lot of writing about computers and software and jumped to the conclusion that we’d be great for her software hawking client. I wouldn’t doubt that she’d Googled the term “FOSS,” but got no further than the word “software” when reading the definition.
A Neutron setup is composed of numerous interfaces,such as br-int,br-tun,br-ex,eth1/2/3. For beginners it's usually hard to understand what route packets will takethrough these devices and hosts. So let's take a closer look
The Ubuntu Touch RTM version of the new operating system from Canonical has been released, so now it's time to get a closer look and see what the fuss is all about.
Keeping, maintaining and analyzing logs (i.e., accounts of events that have happened during a certain period of time or are currently happening) are among the most basic and essential tasks of a Linux system administrator. In case of user management, examining user logon and logout logs (both failed and successful) can alert us about any […]Continue reading...The post How to monitor user login history on CentOS with utmpdump appeared first on Xmodulo.No related FAQ.
Netflix is looking to expand its business, and one of the ways to do that is to look at what other platforms it can support. Ubuntu is the most used Linux distribution, so it stands to reason that they might be interested to have their service working on it.
This article shows how to use PlayOnLinux to set up and play classic DOS games. Whilst dosbox works very well using PlayOnLinux makes it possible to have one interface to load all of your DOS and Windows games.
That Netflix is coming to desktop Linux soon is great news. Considering the OS only holds about 1.6 percent of overall desktop marketshare, it's an important moment for those who use Linux in their home lives that Netflix's engineers are even exploring the idea. It's not like they had to, right?
uselessd (the useless daemon, or the daemon that uses less... depending on your viewpoint) is a project to reduce systemd to a base initd, process supervisor and transactional dependency system, while minimizing intrusiveness and isolationism. Basically, it’s systemd with the superfluous stuff cut out, a (relatively) coherent idea of what it wants to be, support for non-glibc platforms and an approach that aims to minimize complicated design.