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Users of Fedora 24 might want to put any update plans on hold until this bug issue is resolved.
Usually, people choose one service (YouTube in most cases) and stick to that for their daily usage, and it's hard to persuade them to use any other service once they get used to the one they have chosen. However, there are some software applications that make this whole process of trying different services less complicated and time-consuming. In this article, we will discuss one such application - dubbed Kaku - that supports multiple services including YouTube, Vimeo, and SoundCloud.
There are four essential questions a company should ask before it decides to create an open source project, according to Duane O'Brien, open source programs evangelist...
Mad Max is officially being released on the 20th of October for Linux & SteamOS, it’s finally coming!
It’s easy for those of us in the US to become chauvinistic about our language. Our country is geographically huge, making it easy to think of the whole world as English speaking. Obviously, it isn’t.
A number of companies today proudly wear the open source badge to show their dedication to various projects, particular communities, or simply the idea of free software licensing. Many have gone down the Red Hat business route, creating a revenue model based on support and services, while others have built their business around proprietary features and add-ons to open source projects.Business models vary, but what all successful open source companies have in common is the ability to maintain healthy relationships.read more
The KDE Neon development team proudly announced a few minutes ago the release of the KDE Neon 5.8 User Edition GNU/Linux distribution with the recently released KDE Plasma 5.8 LTS desktop environment.
Pandora FMS guys show an in depth comparison of 3 of the main open source monitoring tools.
Chinese hackers thanked for help finding flawsGoogle has crushed 78 Android security flaws in its October bug blitzkrieg, repairing critical core Android services along the way.…
The Filesystem Hierarchy Standard (FHS) defines the structure of file systems in Unix/Linux, like operating systems.
Operating system security is top of mind right now, and Linux is a big part of that discussion. One of the questions to be solved is: How do we ensure that patches going upstream are properly reviewed?read more
Arduino LLC launched an ESLOV IoT Invention Kit, featuring an Arduino compatible WiFi hub device and 25 modular sensor devices, united via an Arduino Cloud. At the World Maker Faire New York, where Arduino LLC and Arduino Srl announced the settlement of their legal dispute, as well as plans to merge by the end of […]
After many work around in the previous beta version of KDE Plasma 5.8 beta,KDE team is finaaly here with their first LTS of Plasma desktop software release, KDE Plasma 5.8 LTS.Beleive it or not, this release is surely gong to attract plenty of non-techie or simple users.But Techies are also not going to lose interest, this Ubuntu based beauty is going to prove the beast features as well.Check out new features of kde plasma 5.8 LTS[....]
Earlier today, Fedora Project's Adam Williamson published a public service announcement (PSA) to inform the Fedora Linux community about an important issue with the internal update process.
An interview with the project team behind India's DigiLocker project, which is built on ownCloud. It also goes into India's other plans to support free and open source software.
The Linux Foundation announced the SPDX 2.1 and OpenChain 1.0 specs, which aim to clarify and standardize open source compliance and management. At LinuxCon Europe in Berlin, the Linux Foundation announced two new releases from different groups attempting to standardize open source license tracking, compliance, and supply chain management. The Software Package Data Exchange (SPDX) […]
I have this book -- a Spanish edition of Stephen Coffin's seminal manual, Unix System V Release 4: The Complete Reference. You can open it on any of its 700+ pages and bet your bottom dollar that the commands on the page will work in a modern-day Linux. Well, except where teletypes and tape storage are involved. Said like that, you may think the *NIX command line hasn't changed a lot since the early 1990s. This is not entirely true.
One day after Linus Torvalds' announcement on Linux kernel 4.8, Jiri Slaby releases the sixty-fourth maintenance update to the long-term supported Linux 3.12 kernel series.
As you might know, ISPConfig is one of the best free open source hosting control panels available to manage Linux hosting servers in single and multi-server environments. Today you will see how to deploy and install this amazing control panel with the ispconfig_setup script.