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August 1, 2014
A new Ubuntu MATE 14.10 Alpha release has been made available and integrates a large number of changes and improvements.
As I write this, NASA has just passed another milestone in releasing its work to the Open Source community. A press release came out announcing the release on April 10, 2014, of a new catalog of NASA software that is available as open source. This new catalog includes both older software that was previously available, along with new software being released for the first time.
Zorin OS is one of those Linux distributions that is fighting the middle ground combining ease of use with familiarity for Windows users. Its uniqueness is driven by the customised desktop experience which lets users choose whether to use a Windows 7, Windows XP or Gnome 2 style interface. Is that enough to keep it relevant or are there too many distros competing in the same ring.
The following article will walk you through the steps on how to install LEMP (Linux, Nginx, MariaDB & PHP-FPM) on one of our CentOS 7 Linux Virtual Servers.
Flock (You’re Not Too Late!), Unsigned Packages in F21, Security, Marketing, and Notifications (5tFTW 2014-07-29)
Fedora is a big project, and it’s hard to follow it all. This series highlights interesting happenings in five different areas every week. It isn’t comprehensive news coverage — just […]
Revolv released an Android app for controlling devices via its Linux-based Revolv Hub home automation controller, and added Nest Thermostat support. Revolv was one of the earlier players in the new wave of mobile app enabled home automation hubs, starting out in 2012 under the name Mobiplug. Like the new Wink system, the Revolv Hub […]
In the following article we are going to show you how to install LAMP (Linux Apache, MariaDB & PHP) on a CentOS 7 VPS.
Award-winning magazine team launch an amazing new illustrated title in the Knowledge sector. How It Works IllustratedSetting their sights on nothing less than the complete illustration of the world – or at least, all the exciting bits that fascinate both kids and grown-ups – the team behind the award-winning How It Works, All About Space, World of Animals and All About History have launched a brand new magazine.
Variscite has upgraded its Linux- and Android-ready “VAR-SOM-AM33? COM based on a 1GHz TI Sitara AM335x SoC, adding MIMO WiFi and Bluetooth 4.0 LE. The “hugely successful” VAR-SOM-AM33, in Variscite’s description, appears to be a close cousin to its circa-2010 VAR-SOM-AM35 module, which showcased the 600MHz Texas Instruments AM3505 and AM3517 system-on-chips. The SODIMM-style VAR-SOM-AM33 instead runs on the also hugely successful Sitara AM335x, which has appeared in numerous Linux-ready computer-on-modules such as the IGEP Aquila.
In today's open source roundup: Has Linux always been a viable gaming platform? Plus: The Witcher 3 may be coming to Linux, and the best Linux distro for parents coming from Windows 7?
July 31, 2014
The Linux Foundation has announced four new members, including Linaro Limited, which focuses on open source software development for ARM devices.
After a headline lull, LibreOffice on Wednesday renewed its drive to replace Microsoft Office with the newest version of its open source suite of applications.
We build our very own cloud storage platform to replace other, obsolete and proprietary solutions. This episode of the Hacker Next Door show is the first in a two-part mini series.
This summer I started my first ever internship. It's certainly a culture-shock to transition from school to the workplace, but I generally like to pride myself on being a quick learner. At Red Hat, as a Systems Management intern, I learned a lot in just the first week.read more
Red Hat has created a Partner Early Access Network for the ARM space, with the goal of fostering innovation and developing a common, standards-based open source platform for 64-bit ARM servers.
Bio-Linux 8 is a powerful, free bioinformatics workstation platform that can be installed on anything from a laptop to a large server, or run as a virtual machine. Bio-Linux 8 adds more than 250 bioinformatics packages to an Ubuntu 14.04 LTS base, providing around 50 graphical applications and several hundred command-line tools. The Galaxy environment for browser-based data analysis and workflow construction is also incorporated in Bio-Linux 8. Bio-Linux 8 represents the continued commitment of NERC to maintain the platform, and comes with many updated and additional tools and libraries. With this release we support pre-prepared VM images for use with VirtualBox, VMWare or Parallels.
The command line can be scary especially at the beginning. You might even experience some command-line-induced nightmare. Over time, however, we all realize that the command line is actually not that scary, but extremely useful. In fact, the lack of shell is what gives me an ulcer every time I have to use Windows. The […]Continue reading...The post What are better alternatives to basic command line utilities appeared first on Xmodulo.No related FAQ.