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September 1, 2013
One of the unique benefits of the Coreboot open-source BIOS/firmware project is that it can support loading the Linux kernel directly after initializing the motherboard -- instead of using GRUB2/SeaBIOS, the Linux kernel can be included on the ROM chip. This isn't a new feature to Coreboot, but with a Git commit made today it's now easier to configure.
Let face it, the Secure Shell (SSH) daemon running on your VPS is the most sensitive service open to attack on your system. Any hacker worth their salt will first try to gain access to your VPS via SSH and 99.9% of all VPS connected to the internet run this service by default and on their public IP.
Tower of Tiestru is a unique 3D tower defense and strategy game. The world is dominated by the darkness. As a sorcerer you must save the world by bringing the Crystal of Light to the tower of Tiestru. When the crystal of light is brought to the top level of the tower the world will see the daylight anew.
August 31, 2013
The Linux 3.11 kernel will hopefully be released this weekend so if you've fallen behind on your Phoronix reading or have got lost in the dozens of different 3.11/3.12/not-merged articles about new Linux kernel features, here's a recap of some of the most prominent features that are introduced in the Linux 3.11 kernel...
The new release of development version of Wine was made public today.
Dot Categories: Community and EventsThe KDE Community is looking for a host for Akademy 2014.Akademy is the annual gathering of the KDE Community, one of the largest in the world of Free and Open Source Software. At Akademy, KDE people gather to exchange development ideas, plan for the future, and discuss other important issues. It is an extraordinary occasion for creativity, enthusiasm, commitment, close working relationships, innovation and just plain hard work.
To track who changed or accessed files or directories on Linux, you can use the Linux Audit System which provides system call auditing and monitoring. This tutorial describes how to monitor file access on Linux by using auditd.
InHand Electronics announced a 2.5 x 2.5-inch embedded computer board that runs Android 4.2 on Freescale quad- or dual-core i.MX6 ARM Cortex-A9 system-on-chips. The tiny Fury-F6 module integrates controllers for HDMI and LVDS video, gigabit Ethernet, serial, USB, CAN, MIPI-CSI, and much more, but omits on-board I/O connectors to save space and is supported with […]
Up for some quick Linux benchmarking this Friday afternoon are tests of the Toshiba Q Series HDTS212XZSTA 128GB SATA III Solid State Drive. This SSD drive has been pitted against five other HDD/SSD disk drives on Ubuntu Linux for some interesting performance tests...
With Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization, data centers may take advantage of updated hardware without the expense of porting older applications to a new OS. See more in the following video from Red Hat, and then read the free white paper to go in-depth.
This is the big one folks, 100 titles got greenlit on Steam as a stress test of their system, great for the indie's and great for us too!
Adlink announced a Linux-ready computer-on-module based on Intel’s quad- and dual-core 4th Generation “Haswell” processors clocked as high as 2.7GHz and equipped with high-end graphics and networking ports. The Express-HL meets COM Express Type 6 basic specs, can be equipped with up to 16GB RAM, and offers ruggedization features such as extra-wide operating temperature.
The PCLinuxOS Magazine staff is pleased to announce the release of the September 2013 issue of the PCLinuxOS Magazine.
Electronics distributor Avnet has added Taiwan-based TechNexion’s computer-on-modules to its board-level embedded products portfolio. The deal raises the profile of TechNexion’s open EDM (Embedded Design Modules) standard that defines three COM sizes usable with both ARM and x86 CPUs, and which incidentally forms the computing core of the open hardware Wandboard SBC.
Forced is a one- to four-player co-op arcade adventure with puzzle and tactical elements. You are cast as slaves in the toughest fantasy gladiator school of them all, condemned to fight as a gladiator and eventually win your freedom. You will face deadly trials and huge creatures, but Balfus, your Spirit Mentor will guide you in your quest for recognition.
The GNOME developers released a new development version of the Folks (libfolks) package for the GNOME desktop environment, a library that aggregates people from multiple sources.
August 30, 2013
On behalf of the Manjaro development team I'm happy to announce our new stable release of Manjaro Linux 'Ascella'. A special 'thank you' goes to Arnt who joined our team. His work, Octopi 0.2.0, gets introduces with the Openbox edition. This new front-end for pamac makes it really simple to keep your boxes up-to-date. With the additional support for Yaourt the whole AUR repository extends the official Manjaro repositories. With a new welcome screen we ease up the introduction to Manjaro Linux. Important information and links to our forum, wiki and documentation plus buttons to start our graphical and text installers give you an amazing entry to this distro. Features: Linux kernel: 3.4.59 LTS, X.Org 1.14.2, Firefox 22.0.1, Thunderbird 17.0.8, VLC 2.0.8a, and more.