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May 20, 2014
Nuclear Throne is probably one of my favourite Procedural Death Labyrinth games right now for Linux and it keeps getting better with every update.
Epic Games will soon be champions of Linux gaming for sure. They have done a big blog post on Linux support in Unreal Engine 4.
Authored by Hollie Russon Gilman, Georgia Bullen, Laurenellen McCann, and Alissa BlackOpen government is a critical dimension to democracy. It is also difficult. If it were easy, our work would be over. Yet, open government by its nature needs constant iteration. Open government, much like open source, is grounded in collaborative and participatory processes that ultimately shape how we experience our cities, states, and country. It requires several dimensions—from releasing information to creating structures and processes to empower people inside and out of government.
VIDEO: Jonathan Bryce, executive director, and Mark Collier, chief operating officer of the OpenStack Foundation, discuss how the cloud is changing the world.
Today Wargame: Red Dragon has its official Linux release, although the developers refer to it as SteamOS which is a sign of things to come. In Wargame Red Dragon, you are engaged in a large-scale conflict where Western forces clash against the Communist bloc.
The third alpha of what will become GhostBSD 4.0 was released a few days ago. To see how far the distribution has come since the 2.5 edition, I downloaded and installed it from a DVD image in a virtualenvironment. I’m still not terribly impressed, though I realize the this is only a third alpha release.
How to run privacyIDEA with Apache2 and MySQL On Ubuntu 14.04 LTS. We use the latest 1.0dev0of privacyIDEA. It is available via the python package index or via github.
The release candidate of Linux Mint 17 Cinnamon is now available for download. Here’s a preview of some of the changes and new features. There’s quite a bit to look forward to in Linux Mint 17 Cinnamon. Changes in this release include Update Manager and Driver Manager improvements, Login Screen enhancements, a new Language Settings tool, tweaks to the Software Sources menu, and a redesigned Welcome Screen.
Take on "dependency hell" with Docker containers, the lightweight and nimble cousin of VMs. Learn how Docker makes applications portable and isolated by packaging them in containers based on LXC technology.
The M9 release of the Ubuntu Dual Boot Installer adds new features for installing Canonical's open source Linux OS on tablets, phones and other mobile devices. Dual-booting Canonical's Ubuntu Linux and Android on tablets and smartphones has moved a small step closer to reality with the release of a new version of the Ubuntu Dual Boot Installer. Codenamed M9, the release offers support for Ubuntu OS upgrades, along with a slew of other enhancements.
Lighttpd is a secure, fast, standards-compliant web server designed for speed-critical environments. This tutorial shows how you can install Lighttpd on an Ubuntu 14.04 server with PHP5 support (through PHP-FPM) and MySQL support. PHP-FPM (FastCGI Process Manager) is an alternative PHP FastCGI implementation with some additional features useful for sites of any size, especially busier sites. I use PHP-FPM in this tutorial instead of Lighttpd[he]#039[/he]s spawn-fcgi.
May 19, 2014
The Elive team is proud to announce the release of the beta version 2.2.2. The new Elive installer is ready in beta mode and it includes: normal installation; automatic partitioning using optimal settings; automatic update of the installer with fixed bugs if there's a newer version available; checks for hard disk speeds, BIOS clock, partitions alignment, SSD optimizations; much improved mount and partition management included in the Elive tools framework; guided help during the installation process.
SteamOS, a Debian-based distribution developed by Valve to be used in its hybrid PC / console, has received an update for the Beta branch, a couple of fixes, and a new important package.
Before open data, there was FOIA. Beginning in 1967, the federal Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) empowered the public to request access to government documents. Unfortunately, some branches of government quickly began to push back, and within the decade the infamous phrase "can neither confirm nor deny" had been devised to avoid releasing information.This came to exemplify the adversarial relationship between the public and government. Yet public records requests (also known as FOIL, Right-to-Know, public information or open records requests, depending on where you are) remain a fundamental way in which the public is able to obtain information from government agencies under FOIA-like laws in all fifty states.
Rackspace, Cumulus Networks and CoreOS have become members of the Linux Foundation to support open source networking, virtualization and cloud computing.
Canonical had an unexpected hit at OpenStack Summit: It's an Intel-powered, cloud-in-a-box. When Mark Shuttleworth, founder of Canonical, the parent company of Ubuntu Linux, made his keynote speech at OpenStack Summit in Atlanta, he announced many new Ubuntu OpenStack cloud and Juju DevOps initiatives.
A typical network/system admin is responsible for managing one or more subnets within the network under control. For example, when a LAN segment is assigned a /24 subnet, a total of 254 IP addresses can be used for different purposes. To keep track of what IP addresses are assigned to which hosts, some sort of […]Continue reading...The post How to manage ip addresses and subnets with phpIPAM appeared first on Xmodulo.Related FAQs:How to detect IP address conflicts in Linux How to assign multiple IP addresses to one network interface on CentOS How to manage Linux containers with Docker on Ubuntu How to allow remote access to MySQL server How to install and configure tinc VPN on Linux
Drafting and using open licenses for data and hardware presents both familiar old challenges (like license proliferation) and new challenges (like less developed legal frameworks and different production models). About thirty people working in these areas recently gathered (under the umbrella of the FSF-E's "European Legal Network") to discuss the latest work in these areas under the Chatham House Rules. This article will summarize what the group learned, and, I hope, stimulate discussion to improve the state of licensing in those areas.