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Fotoxx 14.07 Image Editor Adds Support for RawTherapee

Tuesday 1st of July 2014 04:43:13 PM
Fotoxx, a complex and free image manipulation software for GNU/Linux platforms, has reached version 14.07 on June 30 and is now available for download from Softpedia or via the default software repositories of your Linux distribution.

Black Lab Linux 5.0.2 KDE Released

Tuesday 1st of July 2014 03:46:02 PM
Today we are excited to release our new KDE release of Black Lab Linux 5.0.2. This release was a major rework of our previous KDE efforts and we worked on 3 main goals..

6 things to consider when building an open source community

Tuesday 1st of July 2014 02:48:51 PM
I am frequently asked, "Why did you decide to make your product open source?"read more

The Troubling Truth of Why It’s Still So Hard to Share Files Directly

Tuesday 1st of July 2014 01:51:40 PM
It’s not always easy to spot the compromises in the technology we use, where we’ve allowed corporate interests to trump public ideals like privacy and press freedom. But sometimes new developments can cast those uneasy bargains into relief—and show that the public may not have even been at the table when they were made.That was the case last month when, with an unassuming post to Twitter, technologist Micah Lee unveiled his latest project. It’s called OnionShare, and it’s a tiny free software app that creates a direct connection between two users, allowing them to transfer files without having to trust a middleman site like DropBox or Mega.

Linux Kernel 3.15.3 Is Now Available for Download

Tuesday 1st of July 2014 12:54:29 PM
Greg Kroah-Hartman had the pleasure of announcing earlier today, July 1, that the third maintenance release for the current stable 3.15 branch of the Linux kernel is available for download, urging users to upgrade as soon as their Linux distributions update the respective packages on the official software repositories.

How to install Raspberry Pi camera board

Tuesday 1st of July 2014 11:57:18 AM
The Raspberry Pi camera (Pi Cam) board was first released for sale in May 2013. This first release is equipped with a 5 Megapixel sensor, and connects through a ribbon cable to the CSI connector on the Raspberry Pi. The second release of Raspberry Pi camera board, which is called Pi NoIR, has the same […]Continue reading...The post How to install Raspberry Pi camera board appeared first on Xmodulo.No related FAQ.

Linux Top 3: CoreOS, Oracle Enterprise Linux 7 and Ubuntu 14.10

Tuesday 1st of July 2014 03:26:41 AM
CoreOS is a different type of Linux operating system in that it is purpose built for Docker container virtualization and high-availability.

A path to OpenStack contributions, bug reporting, and more

Tuesday 1st of July 2014 02:29:30 AM
Interested in keeping track of what's happening in the open source cloud? Opensource.com is your source for what's happening right now in OpenStack, the open source cloud infrastructure project.read more

Automotive Grade Linux group releases Tizen-based IVI stack

Tuesday 1st of July 2014 01:32:19 AM
The Linux Foundation released an Tizen-based Automotive Grade Linux (AGL) stack for in-vehicle infotainment, with the UI written in HTML5 and JavaScript. We’ve seen Tizen-based smartwatches and phones, among other form-factors. Now Tizen is heading for the car. The Linux Foundation’s Automotive Grade Linux (AGL) project released its first open source IVI stack based on […]

How to Reduce hard drive's acoustic noise level

Tuesday 1st of July 2014 12:35:08 AM
Most of the non-SSD hard drives allow for a noise reduction by decreasing head movement speed while accessing data. This ability is called Automatic Acoustic Management or AAM. This tutorial will show how to manipulate AAM values to reduce or increase head movement thus directly affect hard drive's noise level.

Using Android 4.3? Don't let malware snatch your private login keys

Monday 30th of June 2014 11:37:57 PM
Bad news: One in ten devices suffer KeyStore flaw. Good news: It's hard to exploit. If you're one of the 10.3 per cent of Android users running version 4.3, aka Jelly Bean, your login keys are at risk of theft – thanks to a vulnerability in the operating system's KeyStore software.

CoreOS Launches Managed Linux Operating System as a Service

Monday 30th of June 2014 10:40:46 PM
The move toward a services-based approach for all IT is taking another step today with the launch of the CoreOS Managed Linux operating system as a service offering. CoreOS is an open-source Linux startup that has been developing a Docker container-based virtualization platform since August 2013. CoreOS first released a beta of its platform in May and is now announcing the first commercially supported release.

Install and dual-boot SteamOS

Monday 30th of June 2014 09:43:35 PM
SteamOS is here, the future of gaming and Linux. You can read about it in our massive feature. Steam Machines, on the other hand, won’t be making it onto store shelves, or virtual shelves, for quite some time. The solution to this dilemma is quite simple, then: make your own Steam Machine using the same image the OEMs have at their disposal. Creating a Steam Machine yourself will also be a lot cheaper than some of the commercial offerings coming up. Until recently you would have got the best out of it with an Nvidia graphics card; however, AMD and Intel chipset support is now included.

Is Xiki the most powerful command shell ever created?

Monday 30th of June 2014 08:46:24 PM
In today's open source roundup: Xiki could be a revolutionary command shell. Plus: South Korea plans to dump Windows, and DistroWatch reviews Chakra GNU/Linux 2014.05.

Carrier board sold as open-spec, Cortex-A5 SBC

Monday 30th of June 2014 07:49:13 PM
Toradex’s “Viola” carrier board extends its Linux-ready Colibri COMs, and ships as a $69 open-spec SBC loaded with its Vybrid-based Colibri VF50 COM. Swiss embedded vendor Toradex has jumped on the trend of offering carrier boards for its computer-on-modules that can double as sandwich-style, open source single board computers. The Viola board is available separately for $22 ($19 at 1,000+), letting you add any of the eight available Colibri COMs, or you can buy a pre-integrated version installed with the low-cost Colibri VF50 module.

Peppermint Five Linux Brings the Cloud to Linux Desktop

Monday 30th of June 2014 06:52:02 PM
The Peppermint OS Linux platform is an effort to integrate the cloud SaaS world with the desktop in a seamless hybrid approach. In this slide show, eWEEK takes a look at the Peppermint Five Linux desktop.

SME Server 9.0 Adds Support for Windows 8 Domain Joining

Monday 30th of June 2014 05:54:51 PM
The SME Server 9.0 Linux operating system was revealed on June 29 by the non-profit Koozali Foundation, Inc. corporation, through the announcement posted by Ian Wells on the project’s mailing list.

Chitwanix OS 1.0 Screenshot Tour

Monday 30th of June 2014 04:57:40 PM
Chitwanix OS is a new Ubuntu-based distribution that has been crafted to fit the needs of computer users in Nepal. It comes with a customised build of Cinnamon (a desktop environment developed by Linux Mint) and it also offers various user-friendly enhancements. The developers of Chitwanix OS are cooperating with user communities in Nepal in order to translate the operating system and applications into Nepali, as well as Tharu, Newari, Gurung and Magar languages.

Linux Kernel 3.16 RC3 Brings Few Driver Updates

Monday 30th of June 2014 04:00:29 PM
On June 29, Linus Torvalds had the pleasure of announcing that the third RC (Release Candidate) version of the upcoming Linux 3.16 kernel was available for download and testing.