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March 4, 2013
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We know that demand for Linux skills is increasing but the supply still remains low. And because of that, the current average salary for Linux pros in the USA is high, over $90k/ year, which is really awesome. That's why if you want to work in the IT industry in the near future, investing in a college degree in Linux would be a very great idea.
LAMP is short for Linux, Apache, MySQL, PHP. This tutorial shows how you can install an Apache2 webserver on a Scientific Linux 6.3 server with PHP5 support (mod_php) and MySQL support.
With GNOME 3.7.90, we’ve entered the feature freeze and focus on polish and on whittling down the blocker list (don’t expect all of these to be fixed, the list currently still contains a mixture of actual blockers and nice-to-have things). But just before that, there was a mighty effort to get things landed. All that happened while I was travelling, so here is a somewhat late tour of new things that have appeared recently.
On January 15, 2013, Fedora 18 was released, after a few delays. I’ve had F18 running on my Toshiba laptop for about a month-and-a-half now. In TLWIR 54, I’ll give you some of my impressions of the latest and greatest Fedora operating system.
Using the Raspberry PI with a monitor or TV is all well and good but sometimes it would be nice to connect to it using a tablet. This is a step by step guide to show how to connect to the Raspberry PI using the Nexus 7. This guide includes steps to connect via SSH and VNC.
The Alpine Team announced a few hours ago, March 1, that the Alpine Linux 2.5.4 Linux distribution is available for download.
The not-for-profit Wandboard community project has begun shipping its compact, low-power, board-level embedded computer. Based on 1GHz Freescale i.MX6 Cortex-A9 processors, Wandboard comes in single- and dual-core versions (priced at $79 and $99) and runs community-supported embedded Linux and Android operating systems.
After talking about it for months with numerous software developers, game studios, and other stakeholders, Ian Romanick of Intel has published his initial specification on GLX_MESA_query_renderer, a new GLX extension (and coming to EGL too) for helping ISVs (and namely games) better understand the system they're running on...
The Intel Mesa DRI driver now supports GL_ARB_texture_multisample. The OpenGL multi-sample textures support is mandated by OpenGL 3.2...