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The February 2018 Issue of the PCLinuxOS Magazine

Sunday 4th of February 2018 06:33:12 AM
The PCLinuxOS Magazine staff is pleased to announce the release of the February 2018 issue.

Open source turns 20 years old, looks to attract normal people

Sunday 4th of February 2018 04:21:41 AM
Who knew sharing would transform an industry? Feature Twenty years ago, the Open Source Definition (OSD) was published, providing a framework for the most significant trend in software development since then, and building upon Richard Stallman's prior advocacy for "free software."…

Open source is 20: How it changed programming and business forever

Sunday 4th of February 2018 02:10:09 AM
Video: "The reward of victory is often another set of battles."

Evolving Your Own Life: Introducing Biogenesis

Saturday 3rd of February 2018 11:58:38 PM
Much of the software I've covered in the past has focused on engineering, chemistry or physics. However, a growing number of software packages are being written to applycomputational resources to problems in biology. So in this article, I want tolook at one particular package for biology named Biogenesis.

5 blockchain statistics: CIO reality check

Saturday 3rd of February 2018 09:47:07 PM
Recent stats that highlight the rapid rise of blockchain to date – and where it might be headed in the future.

Open source software: 20 years and counting

Saturday 3rd of February 2018 07:35:36 PM
Twenty years ago, in February 1998, the term "open source" was first applied to software. Soon afterwards, the Open Source Definition was created and the seeds that became the Open Source Initiative (OSI) were sown. As the OSD’s author Bruce Perens relates,“Open source” is the proper name of a campaign to promote the pre-existing concept of free software to business, and to certify licenses to a rule more

It is a Tough Market for Patent Trolls in the US, But Microsoft-Connected Trolls Still Manage to Harm Android/Linux

Saturday 3rd of February 2018 05:24:05 PM
The litigious climate or atmosphere of litigation in the United States may have moved eastwards to China, where Microsoft and its proxies continue to shake down major Linux-using rivals (such as Huawei)

Spectre/Meltdown Updates, Skype Snap, Red Hat's Open Brand Project and Happy Birthday to OSI!

Saturday 3rd of February 2018 03:12:34 PM
News updates for February 2, 2018.

Tips for success when getting started with Ansible

Saturday 3rd of February 2018 01:29:38 PM
Ansible is an open source automation tool used to configure servers, install software, and perform a wide variety of IT tasks from one central location. It is a one-to-many agentless mechanism where all instructions are run from a control machine that communicates with remote clients over SSH, although other protocols are also supported.

Top 5: Saving old computers with Linux, an open source history lesson, and more

Saturday 3rd of February 2018 11:46:42 AM
We[he]#039[/he]re celebrating an important open source anniversary, a middle school that[he]#039[/he]s saving old computers with Linux, and more in this week[he]#039[/he]s top 5.

This Week in Open Source News: Emotional Chatbots, LF Networking Fund & More

Saturday 3rd of February 2018 10:03:46 AM
This week in open source and Linux news, developer Eugenia Kuyda's fascinating open source-built chatbot is emotionally intelligent, The Linux Foundation forms new networking umbrella, & more!

Which Linux Kernel Version Is 'Stable'?

Saturday 3rd of February 2018 08:20:51 AM
Almost every time Linus Torvalds releases a new mainline Linux kernel, there's inevitable confusion about which kernel is the "stable" one now. Is it the brand new X.Y one, or the previous X.Y-1.Z one? Is the brand new kernel too new? Should you stick to the previous release?

How to Install OpenProject on Ubuntu 16.04

Saturday 3rd of February 2018 06:37:55 AM
OpenProject is a web-based management system for location-independent team collaboration, released under GNU GPL 3 License. It's a project management software that provides task-management, team collaboration, and scrum. In this tutorial, I will show you how to install and configure the OpenProject management system using Ubuntu 16.04.

January top articles and whats coming up next

Saturday 3rd of February 2018 04:54:59 AM
January marks 8 years of, so it[he]#039[/he]s only fitting that we[he]#039[/he]d also set new record on the site. brought in 736,901 unique visitors who generated 1,202,182 page views in January, a new all-time record for both metrics.We published 85 articles last month, and welcomed 26 new authors.

Poll: Best Linux Distribution 2018

Saturday 3rd of February 2018 03:12:03 AM
We're working on 2018 Readers' Choice Awards. First poll... which do you consider to be the best distribution?

Command Line Heroes, an original podcast

Saturday 3rd of February 2018 01:29:08 AM
I don't know about you, but my podcast list grows by the day. With this super, popular medium—podcasts—there seems to be a new, popular podcast to check out every day. A couple of weeks ago, Red Hat joined that list with Command Line more

How to Manage PGP and SSH Keys with Seahorse

Friday 2nd of February 2018 11:46:13 PM
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Did Red Hat Just Spend $250 Million on Free Software?

Friday 2nd of February 2018 10:31:53 PM
These new teams of employees, which includes CoreOS's founder and CEO Alex Polvi and CTO Brandon Philips, will be doing some of the heavy lifting as the technology they developed is rolled into Red Hat brands. They will continue to work out of CoreOS offices in San Francisco, New York City, and Berlin.

How to deal with NBSPs in a terminal

Friday 2nd of February 2018 09:17:33 PM
NBSPs are also useful in HTML documents, where they're coded as [he]amp[/he]nbsp; and rendered as whitespace by a browser.NBSPs, however, are fairly useless in text in a terminal. When NBSPs occur where they're not supposed to, they can give unexpected results in data and code processing.

Little Backup Box: Now with Geocorrelating Powers

Friday 2nd of February 2018 08:03:13 PM
Although the current version of Little Backup Box does the job, I still keep tweaking and improving it. And the latest version of the script brings a few minor but useful improvements.

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Why open source could be IBM's key to future success in the cloud

Do those same developers need IBM? Developers certainly benefit from IBM's investments in open source, but it's not as clear that those same developers have much to gain from IBM's cloud. Google, for example, has done a stellar job open sourcing code like TensorFlow and Kubernetes that feeds naturally into running related workloads on Google Cloud Platform. Aside from touting its Java bonafides, however, IBM has yet to demonstrate that developers get significant benefits for modern workloads on its cloud. That's IBM's big challenge: Translating its open source expertise into real, differentiated value for developers on its cloud. Read more

Top 8 Debian-Based Distros

Most people tend to forget that despite Ubuntu's success over the years, it's still just a distro based on another distro - Debian. Debian on its own, however, isn't really well suited for newer users...hence the explosion of distros based on Debian over the recent years. There are lot of great choices for Linux users. Which one is best for you? Read more

Compact, rugged IoT gateway offers dual GbE with PoE

Inforce has launched a $250 “Inforce 6320” IoT gateway that runs Linux on a quad -A53 Snapdragon 410, and offers WiFi, BT, GPS, HDMI, USB, -30 to 85°C support, and dual GbE ports with PoE. Inforce Computing’s $250 Inforce 6320 is a compact (170 x 95 x 42mm) IoT gateway that runs Ubuntu Core (Snappy) and Debian on Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 410E. Inforce promises “periodic upstream kernel based BSP releases [that] include in-depth documentation along with a host of royalty-free software.” The Debian BSP includes LXDE, drivers for all available interfaces, as and access to the Inforce TechWeb tech support services. Read more

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