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How to Sort Files in Linux (GUI and Shell)

Friday 16th of November 2018 07:32:55 PM
In this article, we will explain how to view sorted files and folders in the Ubuntu Nautilus file manager and also learn how to print the output of the ls command in the command line according to our sorting preferences.

Death by PowerPoint: These talks break the mold

Friday 16th of November 2018 05:38:33 PM
Conferences can be amazing experiences, with interesting people, great locations, and insightful talks. However, if you attend enough conferences, or the wrong conferences, you could succumb to one of the worst pandemics of our age. No, not "conflu"—death by PowerPoint.

Install TLPUI In Ubuntu Or Linux Mint From PPA

Friday 16th of November 2018 03:44:11 PM
TLPUI, a user interface for TLP (an advanced power management configuration tool for Linux), is now available in a PPA.

Essential System Tools: Nmap – network security tool

Friday 16th of November 2018 02:29:51 PM
Nmap is widely regarded as the de facto standard tool for network exploration and security auditing. Network administrators use Nmap to identify devices running on their systems, discover available hosts and the services they offer, finding open ports and detecting security risks. While Nmap is often used for such security audits, many systems and network administrators find the tool helps with routine tasks such as network inventory, managing service upgrade schedules, and monitoring host or service uptime.

Akash Angle: How do you Fedora?

Friday 16th of November 2018 01:15:31 PM
We recently interviewed Akash Angle on how he uses Fedora. This is part of a series on the Fedora Magazine. The series profiles Fedora users and how they use Fedora to get things done.

Firefox Monitor Launches in 26 Languages and Adds New Desktop Browser Feature

Friday 16th of November 2018 12:01:11 PM
Since the launch of Firefox Monitor, a free service that notifies you when your email has been part of a breach, hundreds of thousands of people have signed up.

HSTR Makes Searching Your Bash Or Zsh Command History Easy

Friday 16th of November 2018 10:46:51 AM
HSTR is a ncurses-based tool for Bash and Zsh that makes it easy to view, navigate and search your command history.

Don't cross the Application Streams! Actually, maybe you can now in RHEL 8 beta

Friday 16th of November 2018 09:32:31 AM
Allows updating user space without breaking everything. Hot on the heels of its OpenStack Platform 14, Red Hat has announced the beta of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8.…

Windows 10 1809's new rollout: Mapped drives broken, AMD issues, Trend Micro clash

Friday 16th of November 2018 08:18:11 AM
VIDEO: Steer clear of the rereleased Windows 10 October 2018 Update, IT pro warns. Meanwhile, Microsoft promises fix for buggy mapped drives at some point next year.

Red Hat releases Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8 beta

Friday 16th of November 2018 07:03:51 AM
The next major RHEL update is on its way with more container friendliness than ever.

How to install Tomcat 9 on CentOS 7

Friday 16th of November 2018 05:49:30 AM
Tomcat is an open source implementation of the Java Servlet, JavaServer Pages, Java Expression Language and Java WebSocket technologies. This tutorial covers the steps required to install Tomcat 9.0 on CentOS 7.

Congatec shows off Qseven and SMARC modules with new i.MX8X

Friday 16th of November 2018 04:35:10 AM
Congatec announced two industrial, Linux-ready modules equipped with NXP’s dual- or quad-A35 i.MX8X SoC: the Conga-QMX8X (Qseven) with optional PoE and the Conga-SMX8X (SMARC 2.0) with optional WiFi. When either Variscite or Congatec announces a computer-on-module based on a new processor, the other company typically follows suit shortly thereafter.

Mark Shuttleworth reveals Ubuntu 18.04 will get a 10-year support lifespan

Friday 16th of November 2018 03:20:50 AM
VIDEO: Ubuntu Linux founder Mark Shuttleworth talks about Ubuntu, OpenStack, competition with Red Hat, and Canonical[he]#039[/he]s forthcoming IPO.

New Raspberry Pi A+ board shrinks RPi 3B+ features to HAT dimensions

Friday 16th of November 2018 02:06:30 AM
A HAT-sized, $25, Raspberry Pi 3 Model A+ will soon arrive with the same 1.4GHz quad-A53 SoC, dual-band WiFi, and 40-pin GPIO of the RPi 3B+, but with only 512MB RAM, one USB, and no LAN. As promised, Raspberry Pi Trading has revived its old mini-size, four-year old Raspberry Pi Model A+ SBC with a […]

How to Install Elgg Social Network on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS

Friday 16th of November 2018 12:52:09 AM
Elgg is a free, open source and self-hosted social networking application that can be used to create your own social networking website. In this tutorial, we will show you how to install Elgg with Apache web server on Ubuntu 18.04 server.

Getting Started with Scilab

Thursday 15th of November 2018 11:37:49 PM
Introducing one of the larger scientific lab packages for Linux. Scilabis meant to be an overall package for numerical science, along thelines of Maple, Matlab or Mathematica. Although a lot of built-infunctionality exists for all sorts of scientific computations, Scilabalso includes its own programming language...

7 open source platforms to get started with serverless computing

Thursday 15th of November 2018 10:23:29 PM
The term serverless has been coming up in more conversations recently. Let’s clarify the concept, and those related to it, such as serverless computing and serverless platform.read more

RHEL 8 Beta arrives with application streams and more

Thursday 15th of November 2018 09:09:09 PM
In the four years since the introduction of Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) 7, the IT world has evolved. RHEL 8 Beta brings innovation and dozens of new features.

How to Install TeamViewer on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS

Thursday 15th of November 2018 07:54:49 PM
TeamViewer is a popular software used for remote access over the internet to and from your system for Linux, MacOS, and Windows. In this article, we will explain how you can install the TeamViewer application on your Ubuntu system, both through the UI and the command line.

Redirect http to https: Apache Server

Thursday 15th of November 2018 06:40:29 PM
SSL secured webstites or HTTPS has now become a must to have on website, especially those handling sensitive client information. Having a HTTPS enabled website means that a intruder can’t intrude to communication between...

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GNU Compiler and Bison 3.2.2 Release

  • Intel Cascade Lake Support Posted For The GCC Compiler
    Intel developers have submitted their GCC compiler enablement patch for the Cascade Lake 14nm CPUs due out starting in early 2019. The GNU Compiler Collection patch adds support for the -march=cascadelake target for generating optimized code for these upcoming server and enthusiast class processors.
  • Bison 3.2.2 released [stable]
    Bison 3.2 brought massive improvements to the deterministic C++ skeleton, lalr1.cc. When variants are enabled and the compiler supports C++11 or better, move-only types can now be used for semantic values. C++98 support is not deprecated. Please see the NEWS below for more details. Many thanks to Frank Heckenbach for paving the way for this release with his implementation of a skeleton in C++17, and to Nelson H. F. Beebe for testing exhaustively portability issues.

Industrial dev board builds on Raspberry Pi CM3

Kontron announced an industrial-focused “Passepartout” development kit built around a Raspberry Pi Compute Module 3 Light and equipped with a dual Ethernet, HDMI, CAN, 1-Wire, RPi 40-pin connectors. Kontron announced its first Raspberry Pi based product. The Passepartout — which is French for “goes everywhere” and the name of Phileas Fogg’s valet in Jules Verne’s “Around the World in Eighty Days” — builds upon the Linux-driven Raspberry Pi Compute Module 3 Light (CM3L). The Light version lacks the 4GB of eMMC flash of the standard CM3 module but still supports eMMC or microSD storage. The CM3L is otherwise identical, with features including a quad-core, 1.2GHz Broadcom BCM2837 and 1GB of LPDDR2 RAM. Read more

Patches For The Better Spectre STIBP Approach Revised - Version 7 Under Review

Version 7 of the task property based options to enable Spectre V2 userspace-userspace protection patches, a.k.a. the work offering improved / less regressing approach for STIBP, is now available for testing and code review. Tim Chen of Intel sent out the seventh revision to these patches on Tuesday night. Besides the Spectre V2 app-to-app protection modes, these patches include the work for disabling STIBP (Single Thread Indirect Branch Predictors) when enhanced IBRS (Indirect Branch Restricted Speculation) is supported/used, and allowing for STIBP to be enabled manually and just by default for non-dumpable tasks. Read more

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