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How to install TensorFlow Machine Learning System on Ubuntu 20.04

Tuesday 22nd of September 2020 05:36:43 AM
TensorFlow is an open-source machine learning library written in Python and built by Google. This article will show you how to install the TensorFlow library in a Python virtual environment using the command line application on Ubuntu 20.04.

Setting up MinIO server for storage architecture usage

Tuesday 22nd of September 2020 04:22:23 AM
MinIO is a high performance, distributed object storage system. It is software-defined, runs on industry-standard hardware, and is 100% open source. In this tutorial, I will explain how to set up a Minio server for storage architecture usage.

Firefox 81 Is Now Available for Download, Here’s What’s New

Tuesday 22nd of September 2020 03:08:02 AM
Mozilla’s Firefox 81 web browser is now up for grabs as the Open Source company pushed the final bits and published the new release on its FTP servers.

Pi-like SBC offers Rockchip RK3128 for $25

Tuesday 22nd of September 2020 01:53:42 AM
Geniatech has launched a $25 “XPI-3128” SBC that runs Linux or Android on a quad -A7 Rockchip RK3128 with 512MB RAM, 8GB eMMC, optional 802.11ac/BT 4.2, and Pi-like ports, layout, and 40-pin GPIO. Last year, Geniatech introduced a series of Developer Board (DB) SBCs based on Rockchip SoCs led by the RK3399Pro-based DB3399 Pro. Now […]

Hard links and soft links in Linux explained

Tuesday 22nd of September 2020 12:39:22 AM
Let's discuss when you should use hard links or soft links, and the syntax of the ln command.

Use this Python script to simulate Babbage's Difference Engine

Monday 21st of September 2020 11:25:02 PM
Charles Babbage (1791–1871) was an avid mathematician with very wide interests. He is well-known for envisioning the idea of computers and single-handedly developed what he called a Difference Engine to make serial calculations. It was a mechanical machine with a series of axles and gears to make calculations, with the output being a printed more

Manjaro Linux Windows 10 dual boot

Monday 21st of September 2020 11:26:12 AM
Wouldn't it be great to run Manjaro Linux on your system without having to give up Windows 10? Well, you can! As a matter of fact, you have two options for doing this. One option is to create a dual boot system, which gives you a prompt when your computer boots up, asking you which operating system you'd like to load into. The second option is to install Manjaro on a virtual machine.

EndeavourOS Review: A Beginner's Arch Linux Based Distribution

Monday 21st of September 2020 09:14:40 AM
If you are looking for an Arch-based beginner's Linux distribution and easier to use and install, offers all possible desktop environments for all of your needs, EndeavourOS is the one.

EndeavourOS Releases September 2020 ISO with Linux 5.8, Improved Installation

Monday 21st of September 2020 07:03:09 AM
Besides launching the EndeavourOS ARM operating system for ARM devices, the EndeavourOS team also released today the September 2020 ISO, which includes all the latest software updates and some much-needed improvements.

Linux Jargon Buster: What is a Rolling Release Distribution?

Monday 21st of September 2020 04:51:38 AM
What is rolling release? What is a rolling release distribution? How is it different from the point release distributions? All your questions answered in this jargon buster article.

Lightweight Linux distribution 4MLinux 34.0 Released with WebP Support

Monday 21st of September 2020 02:40:07 AM
The super lightweight Linux distribution 4MLinux released the latest stable version 34.0 with new features and latest app updates.

Now and Then: The Fate of 7 Promising Free Linux Web Browsers

Monday 21st of September 2020 12:28:36 AM
In late 2014 and 2015, we published a couple of articles promoting 7 up-and-coming web browsers. All were in a very early stage of development. Definitely not stable, feature complete or remotely ready for a production environment. But they all were very promising for different reasons.

Fair Code vs Open Source, Which Wins The Future?

Sunday 20th of September 2020 10:17:05 PM
Fair code is a new software development model which aims to replace the long-ruling open source model.

Fix “Encountered a section with no Package: header” Error In Ubuntu

Sunday 20th of September 2020 08:05:34 PM
This guide explains how to fix “Encountered a section with no Package: header” error in Ubuntu and other Debian-based systems.

Arch Linux-Based EndeavourOS ARM Launches for ARM Devices

Sunday 20th of September 2020 05:54:02 PM
The wait is finally over! EndeavourOS ARM was officially launched today for Linux smartphones, tablets, ARM laptops, and other mobile devices that are powered by an ARM processor.

How to Install Memcached on Debian 10

Sunday 20th of September 2020 03:42:31 PM
Memcached is a Linux in-memory cache application. It works as a key-value store that stores the information in-memory only to speed up applications. In this article, we will learn how to install Memcached on Debian 10.

Rethinking Security on Linux: evaluating Antivirus & Password Manager solutions

Sunday 20th of September 2020 01:31:00 PM
Recently I had an experience that let me re-evaluate my approach to Security on Linux. I thought I was being hacked! This incident forced me to rethink my security. I didn’t have a virus scanner installed. I was on the verge of using a password manager. However, the thought of needing to change over 100 passwords, caused me to wait for ‘the right time’. I have waited for over 2 years. Now was the time to change. I decided to look for solutions that were native to Linux.

Mozilla Shuts Down Firefox Send and Notes Service

Sunday 20th of September 2020 11:19:29 AM
Mozilla announced that they shut down two products - Firefox Send and Notes.

4MLinux 34.0 Released with New Default Media Player, Mozilla Thunderbird 78.2

Sunday 20th of September 2020 09:07:57 AM
4MLinux creator Zbigniew Konojacki announced today the release and general availability of 4MLinux 34.0, a new stable series of his independently developed GNU/Linux distribution for personal computers and servers.

How to integrate ONLYOFFICE editors with Moodle on Ubuntu

Sunday 20th of September 2020 06:56:26 AM
In this tutorial, we’ll learn how to connect ONLYOFFICE online editors and your Moodle instance using the activity plugin available in the Moodle library.

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Ubuntu Touch OTA-13 Released With More Phones Supported, UI Improvements

The UBports community has announced the release of Ubuntu Touch OTA-13 as their newest over-the-air update to this Ubuntu mobile operating system. With Ubuntu Touch OTA-13 now supported are the Sony Xperia X/XZ/Performance and OnePlus 3/3T devices. This is on top of around one dozen other devices from the LG Nexus 4/5 to earlier OnePlus devices, FairPhone 2, Nexus 7, and different Meizu and BQ devices from the early days of the Ubuntu Touch effort at Canonical. Read more Direct: Ubuntu Touch OTA-13 release Also: Ubuntu Weekly Newsletter Issue 649