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Meet the Raspberry Pi 3 Model B+

Wednesday 14th of March 2018 03:51:50 PM
Raspberry Pi just celebrated its sixth birthday—that's six years since the launch of the original Raspberry Pi. Since then, it has released various new models, including the Pi 2, Pi 3, and Pi Zero. So far, 9 million Raspberry Pi 3s have been sold—and over 18 million Pis in total—and those numbers are likely to grow following today's announcement of the Raspberry Pi 3 Model B+. This new Pi features:read more

3 security videos from 2018

Wednesday 14th of March 2018 02:37:30 PM
The recent conference in Brno, Czechia is an annual event run by and for open source developers and enthusiasts. Hundreds of speakers showed off countless technologies and features advancing the state of open source in Linux and far beyond. A perennially... Continue Reading →

Arduino Create expands to run Arduino on BeagleBone and Raspberry Pi

Wednesday 14th of March 2018 01:23:10 PM
Arduino announced an expansion of its Arduino Create development platform for deploying Arduino sketches on Linux systems to support Arm boards like the the Raspberry Pi and BeagleBone in addition to Intel boards like the UP Squared. In November, Arduino announced a version of its Arduino Create toolkit that supports Intel-based systems running Linux, with […]

OpenFlow is the Past as ONF Announces Stratum Project to Redefine SDN

Wednesday 14th of March 2018 12:08:50 PM
New Linux-based network operating system introduces a set of new interfaces to control both the data and forwarding plane.

How to Clear Package Cache in Arch Linux

Wednesday 14th of March 2018 10:54:30 AM
The package cache in Arch Linux can easily fill up your hard disk if you are not careful. This tutorial will show you how you can clear the package cache in Arch Linux and recover some hard disk space.

Mozilla sends more snooping Web APIs to smartphone Siberia

Wednesday 14th of March 2018 09:40:09 AM
Light and proximity sensors blocked for Firefox 62. Firefox has revealed it will bin more privacy-invasive APIs, deprecating access to the light sensor, device proximity sensor, and user proximity detection.…

IBM thinks Notes and Domino can rise again

Wednesday 14th of March 2018 08:25:49 AM
But first, the big catchup: adding proper mail, scalability, mobility and JavaScript for devs. IBM and HCL have outlined their plans for the Notes/Domino portfolio that the former offloaded to the latter last year.…

6 ways Apache Cassandra prepares you for a multi-cloud future

Wednesday 14th of March 2018 07:11:29 AM
The incentives for enterprises to pursue a multi-cloud deployment strategy—a cloud-agnostic infrastructure, greater resilience, the flexibility that comes from not being reliant on any single vendor, to name just a few—have never been more compelling, and they are constantly increasing.

Latest Firefox available to users where they browse the web laptop, Fire TV and the office. Plus, a chance to help with the next Firefox release!

Wednesday 14th of March 2018 05:57:09 AM
This week, we’re happy to roll out not one, but three Firefox releases to our users. Now available in more of the places where they browse, Firefox users can access the web whether they’re relaxing at home with their laptop, in front of their TV with Amazon Fire TV, or at the office.

Mozilla's Firefox 59 Released, New Agones Project, SparkyLinux 5.3 Available, Hunt for Exoplanets and More

Wednesday 14th of March 2018 04:42:48 AM
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Open Source LimeSDR Mini Takes Off in Satellites

Wednesday 14th of March 2018 03:28:28 AM
In late February, Lime announced a collaboration with the European Space Agency (ESA) to make 200 of its Ubuntu Core-driven LimeSDR Mini boards available for developing applications running on ESA’s communications satellites, as part of ESA’s Advanced Research in Telecommunications Systems (ARTES) program.

SMARC module features hexa-core i.MX8 QuadMax

Wednesday 14th of March 2018 02:14:08 AM
iWave unveiled a rugged, wireless enabled SMARC module with 4GB LPDDR4 and dual GbE controllers that runs Linux or Android on NXP’s i.MX8 QuadMax SoC with 2x Cortex-A72, 4x -A53, 2x -M4F, and 2x GPU cores. iWave has posted specs for an 82 x 50mm, industrial temperature “iW-RainboW-G27M” SMARC 2.0 module...

Firefox 59 for Android Adds HLS Playback Support, Improves Private Browsing Mode

Wednesday 14th of March 2018 12:59:47 AM
Mozilla released today the Firefox 59 web browser for Google's Android mobile operating system bringing support for websites that use the HTTP Live Streaming protocol for video playback, and improved Private Browsing mode, and more.

ddgr – A Command Line Tool To Search DuckDuckGo From The Terminal

Tuesday 13th of March 2018 11:45:27 PM
2DayGeek: ddgr utility allow users to search DuckDuckGo right from the terminal.

Learn how to mine Cryptocurrency, including Monero, using Linux.

Tuesday 13th of March 2018 10:31:07 PM
VIDEO: Learn how to mine Cryptocurrency, including Monero, using Linux.

Migrating to Linux: Using Sudo

Tuesday 13th of March 2018 09:16:47 PM
You may have been wondering about Linux for a while. Perhaps it's used in your workplace and you'd be more efficient at your job if you used it on a daily basis. Or, perhaps you'd like to install Linux on some computer equipment you have at home. Whatever the reason, this series of articles is here to make the transition easier.

Fedora 28 Release Date and New Features

Tuesday 13th of March 2018 08:02:27 PM
This is a continually updated article to inform you about Fedora 28 release date, features and everything important associated with it.

A plan for rebooting an open source project

Tuesday 13th of March 2018 06:48:07 PM
Once in a while, you will have an open source project that needs care and feeding. Maybe you're just stepping into an existing project, and you need to figure out where the project is and where it needs to go. It needs a reboot. What do you do? How do you begin?read more

Install and configure Roundcube Webmail

Tuesday 13th of March 2018 05:33:47 PM
This is the last part of the Setting up and configuring a mail server series where will cover how to install and configure Roundcube Webmail.

Mozilla Firefox 59 Released with Faster Page Load Times, New Privacy Features

Tuesday 13th of March 2018 04:19:27 PM
As expected, Mozilla released today the Firefox 59.0 "Quantum" web browser for all supported platforms, including GNU/Linux, macOS, and Microsoft Windows.

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Graphics: XWayland and Mesa

  • XWayland Gets Patches For Better EGLStreams Handling
    While the recently released X.Org Server 1.20 has initial support for XWayland with EGLStreams so X11 applications/games on Wayland can still benefit from hardware acceleration, in its current state it doesn't integrate too well with Wayland desktop compositors wishing to support it. That's changing with a new patch series.
  • Intel Mesa Driver Finally Supports Threaded OpenGL
    Based off the Gallium3D "mesa_glthread" work for threaded OpenGL that can provide a measurable win in some scenarios, the Intel i965 Mesa driver has implemented this support now too. Following the work squared away last year led in the RadeonSI driver, the Intel i965 OpenGL driver supports threaded OpenGL when the mesa_glthread=true environment variable is set.
  • Geometry & Tessellation Shaders For Mesa's OpenGL Compatibility Context
    With the recent Mesa 18.1 release there is OpenGL 3.1 support with the ARB_compatibility context for the key Gallium3D drivers, but Marek Olšák at AMD continues working on extending that functionality under the OpenGL compatibility context mode.
  • Mesa Begins Its Transition To Gitlab
    Following the news from earlier this month that would move its infrastructure to Gitlab, the Mesa3D project has begun the process of adopting this Git-centered software.

Welcome to Ubuntu 18.04: Make yourself at GNOME. Cup of data-slurping dispute, anyone?

Comment Ubuntu 18.04, launched last month, included a new Welcome application that runs the first time you boot into your new install. The Welcome app does several things, including offering to opt you out of Canonical's new data collection tool. The tool also provides a quick overview of the new GNOME interface, and offers to set up Livepatch (for kernel patching without a reboot). In my review I called the opt-out a ham-fisted decision, but did note that if Canonical wanted to actually gather data, opt-out was probably the best choice. Read more

How CERN Is Using Linux and Open Source

CERN really needs no introduction. Among other things, the European Organization for Nuclear Research created the World Wide Web and the Large Hadron Collider (LHC), the world’s largest particle accelerator, which was used in discovery of the Higgs boson. Tim Bell, who is responsible for the organization’s IT Operating Systems and Infrastructure group, says the goal of his team is “to provide the compute facility for 13,000 physicists around the world to analyze those collisions, understand what the universe is made of and how it works.” Read more