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September 21, 2013
Nautilus file manager has removed many features to simplify the application. Some of the features that have been removes are the tree view and being able to edit the file path. This tutorial is how to install the Nemo file manager from Cinnamon and set it as default in Ubuntu. The following will install and configure Nemo which is a full featured file manager in Ubuntu.
September 20, 2013
Dave Stokes has worn a lot of hats in his career, from network engineer to CTO and beyond. He's someone eager to learn and who values communication, so he jumped at the chance to become a community manager for Oracle's MySQL project, a role he's now held for nearly four years.
As it's been nearly one year since we last put out some reference benchmarks of Amazon's EC2 Cloud, or compared the different operating system's in Amazon's cloud, it's time to kick off a new round of cloud performance benchmarks. Coming out today are new benchmarks of Amazon's Elastic Compute Cloud when benchmarking various on-demand instance types.
Flickr has not released an official Linux client yet. So if you want to upload images to Flick on Linux, you have two options; use either Flickr’s web interface or third-party Linux Flickr uploaders. This tutorial explains how to upload pictures to Flickr by using a GUI-based Flickr upload tool called Postr.
Many of the most important precepts for managing an open-source community, according to Puppet Labs community lead Dawn Foster, are contained within the pages of science-fiction and fantasy literature. In a presentation given Tuesday at LinuxCon in New Orleans, Foster said that Dr. Who’s TARDIS (a powerful time-travel device) works well as a metaphor for open-source communities, which may be more complicated than meets the eye.
Kontron announced a Linux- and Android-ready Pico-ITX single board computer with extended temperature support, built around a Texas Instruments Sitara AM3874 system-on-chip. The KTAM3874/pITX provides up to 2GB RAM and 16GB flash, supports HDMI/LVDS dual displays, runs on less than 5 Watts, and offers I/O including Ethernet, USB 2.0, serial, CAN, and SATA, plus mini-PCIe and microSD expansion.
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NEW ORLEANS. Three years after Oracle left the Open Solaris and its open source implementation of the ZFS storage filesystem for dead, OpenZFS is alive and well...Shortly after Oracle acquired Sun in 2010, both OpenSolaris and the open source implementation of ZFS were abandoned by Oracle. That didn't mean the end of an open source ZFS, however, as multiple efforts were born at the time to help keep the technology alive.
Linus Torvalds Admits He Was Approached By US Government To Insert Backdoor Into Linux -- Or Does He?
At the LinuxCon meeting in New Orleans, Linus Torvalds was asked if he had ever been approached by the US government to insert a backdoor into the Linux kernel. Here's his characteristic answer: Torvalds responded "no" while shaking his head "yes," as the audience broke into spontaneous laughter. Obviously, it's hard to tell from that whether he really meant "yes" or "no". But the question does touch on an important issue: whether open source might be less vulnerable than traditional applications to tampering by the NSA or other intelligence organizations.
First you might want to get the “minimize, maximize and close” windows-buttons which aren’t default in Debian 7–only the close window-button is there. From the desktop go to Activities menu to the top left and select Programs [he]gt[/he]System Tools and the “dconf-editor.” There are a lot of menus here to open so look carefully. Click Org [he]gt[/he]Gnome [he]gt[/he]Shell [he]gt[/he]Overrides. To your left you’ll find the “button layout” row. Type “:minimize,maximize,close” without quotation marks and then hit enter.
The dog days of summer are winding down here in North Carolina, and it's time to take a look back at another record month on Opensource.com. For you this month, we have our top five articles, the hottest topics, and a few things you may have missed.
The openSUSE Project, through Jos Poortvliet, has announced today, September 19, 2013, that the first Beta version of the upcoming openSUSE 13.1 Linux operating system is now available for download and testing.
With its marketshare mired in the doldrums, Microsoft's latest gambit to attract mobile customers? Pay Apple owners to give up their devices in exchange for Microsoft products. Good luck with that.
The Portspoof program is designed to enhance OS security through emulation of legitimate service signatures on otherwise closed ports. It is meant to be a lightweight, fast, portable and secure addition to the any firewall system or security infrastructure.
With today's release of openSUSE 13.1 Beta has come some more interesting news about the future of the German-founded Linux distribution: they're hoping to switch to the next-generation Btrfs Linux file-system as their future default file-system.
Apache is still by far the most widely deployed HTTP server, according to the latest Netcraft web server survey, but nginx has been slowly, steadily gaining market share, thanks to its blazing speed. If you want to try a faster web server and move from Apache to nginx, you’ll probably have to change some of your websites’ configurations, starting with rewrite directives.