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This Week in Open Source News: Aerospace Industry Opens Up, New EdgeX Foundry Project

1 hour 19 min ago
This week in open source and Linux news, open source Cosmos project is taking over aerospace, EdgeX Foundry IoT project announced this week

How to Play Wii Games on Ubuntu with Dolphin

3 hours 30 min ago
There are plenty of great games for Linux and loads more if you count the ones emulators make available. The open source Dolphin emulator brings a huge chunk of the Wii ecosystem to Linux, and that includes plenty of Gamecube titles, too.

Fedora 26 will look awesome with supplemental wallpapers

5 hours 42 min ago
The Fedora Design team works with the community for each release, on a set of 16 additional wallpapers. Users can install and use these to supplement the standard wallpaper. The Fedora Design team encourages submissions from the whole community. Fedora... Continue Reading →

Manjaro Linux: Reliable and Up to Date, Geekdom Optional

7 hours 53 min ago
One man's tale of trying to update several long neglected distributions. He finds that Manjaro holds up remarkably well, that despite the eight months since the last update, everything goes smoothly, unlike a few other candidates.

There is more to the story why grsecurity stopped issuing patches

10 hours 5 min ago
PaX/Grsecurity no longer provides public access to test patches since Apr 26 2017. In the FAQ of the announcement, PaX team and Spender listed a couple of reasons why they do this. As some people already know, it’s not the whole story. As the result of a discussion inside h4rdenedzer0, we believe that the Linux Foundation is the culprit behind all this result that the commercial/individual/community users losing access to the test patches.

Wine 2.7 Has Improvements for Adobe Photoshop CS6, iTunes and Direct3D 11 Shaders

Saturday 29th of April 2017 06:14:29 AM
The Wine 2.7 development release was just released today coming about two weeks after the previous milestone to fix various bugs reported by users lately with some Windows games and apps, as well as to add more improvements.

Top 5: Learn to code, innovative uses for C#, machine learning, and more

Saturday 29th of April 2017 04:02:57 AM
In this week's Top 5, we have a whole heaping bucket of programmery goodness. We're controlling clouds, helping machines learn, using C#, discovering the best route to learning to code in a new language, and figuring out how to get started programming in the first place. It's the week of filling up the space in your braincase!read more

Google Assistant SDK preview brings voice agent to the Raspberry Pi

Saturday 29th of April 2017 01:51:26 AM
Google has released a Python-based Google Assistant SDK that’s designed for prototyping voice agent technology on the Raspberry Pi 3. Google’s developer preview aims to bring Google Assistant voice agent applications to Linux developers. The Google Assistant SDK is initially designed for prototyping voice agent technology on the Raspberry Pi 3 using Python and Raspbian […]

Ubuntu 12.04 Linux Hits End of Life Today

Friday 28th of April 2017 11:39:55 PM
Ubuntu 12.04 dies today, but not for everyone. The Ubuntu 12.04 Long Term Support release first debutedin April 2012 and has been supported for five years."The five year support window ends on April 28," Dustin Kirkland, Ubuntu product and Strategy lead at Canonical, told ServerWatch.

Endless OS: A Unique Take on Linux That's Perfect for New Users

Friday 28th of April 2017 09:28:24 PM
You may not have heard of Endless OS. It happens to be the platform that powers Endless Computers (which includes the uniquely shaped, Endless One). The operating system is not just limited to Endless hardware, though. In fact, you can install the OS on standard systems (or as a virtual machine) and discover a rather interesting take on Linux.

How to Install Invoice Ninja on Ubuntu 16.04

Friday 28th of April 2017 08:14:04 PM
Invoice Ninja is a web-based open source software for invoicing, payments, time tracking and much more. You can create Invoices online in seconds, interact with payments gateways like Stripe, PayPal, WePay, and others. In this tutorial, I will show you how to install Invoice Ninja on Ubuntu 16.04. I will use Nginx as the web server and MariaDB as Database system.

Cross-platform development with Python and BeeWare

Friday 28th of April 2017 06:59:44 PM
If you want to develop for Android, you have to use Java. If you want to develop for iOS, you have to use Objective C. And if you want to develop for the web, you have to use JavaScript. Right?These may be the preferred languages for these platforms, but at the end of the day, mobile phones and web browsers are computing platforms, and with a little work, you can use any language you want. With the BeeWare suite of libraries and bridges, you can use just Python. And, you can use the same code to deploy on all these more

Surveying Linux system update and integrity protection schemes

Friday 28th of April 2017 05:45:23 PM
At ELC 2017, Intel’s Patrick Ohly explores the pros and cons of system update mechanisms and integrity protection schemes for Yocto Project. Given the increasing malware attacks against Linux-based IoT devices, there is growing interest in integrity protection schemes, as well as system update mechanisms that support over-the-air (OTA) field upgrades. At the recent Embedded […]

Pinebook - 1st Review

Friday 28th of April 2017 04:31:03 PM
So I got the Pinebook 11 inch with arm 64 bits.....

Raspberry WebKiosk 6.0 Released for Raspberry Pi, Based on Raspbian Jessie Lite

Friday 28th of April 2017 03:16:43 PM
Binary Emotions announced the general availability of Raspberry WebKiosk 6.0, a major update to the Open Source project that tries to develop the cheapest possible web kiosk operating systems for Raspberry Pi SBCs.

How to Easily Set Up Third Party DNS on Linux

Friday 28th of April 2017 02:02:23 PM
Are you looking to switch to a third-party DNS for a better and safer Internet connection? Here’s how you can set up a third-party DNS on Linux.

OpenStack User Survey Indicates Growth in Most Sectors

Friday 28th of April 2017 12:48:02 PM
Although there might be something of a red flag in user satisfaction, the platform continues to dominate the private cloud.

Debian Project to Shut Down Its Public FTP Services, Developers Are Not Affected

Friday 28th of April 2017 11:33:42 AM
The Debian Project, a group of developers from all over the world who create one of the most popular and used free operating systems on the planet, Debian GNU/Linux, announced that they're shutting down their FTP servers for users.

Open Internet Advocates Vow to Fight Trump FCC's Plan to Kill Net Neutrality

Friday 28th of April 2017 10:19:22 AM
Ten years of fighting for internet freedom, potentially out the window because Donald Trump was elected president and chose as his top telecom regulator a former Verizon lawyer who's hell-bent on killing federal rules safeguarding net neutrality, the internet's open access principle.

Cloudera’s IPO is overshadowed by a rival it won’t mention

Friday 28th of April 2017 09:05:01 AM
Big data's poster child is selling itself to investors as a machine learning company, but is really still in the Hadoop business just like Hortonworks, the competitor it would like to ignore.

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Clear Linux Announces Intel Clear Containers 2.1.6 with Docker 17.04.0 Support

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Nantes Métropole releases open source tool for LibreOffice transition

The French city of Nantes (Nantes Métropole) has released an open source tool used to schedule its migration to LibreOffice. The shift from commercial software to the free and open source LibreOffice productivity suite started in 2013 and is intended to save the administration EUR 260 000 per year. The transition was finalised in April 2016. Read more

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