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Yaakuro shows off SteamVR on Unreal Engine 4 using Vulkan on Linux
Previously Yaakuro worked to make Unreal Engine 4 work with SteamVR using OpenGL on Linux, but now he's moved onto making it work with Vulkan!
Unreal Engine 4 Making Progress On Linux With Vulkan & SteamVR
Thanks to the work of community UE4 developer Yaakuro, Unreal Engine 4 on Linux with SteamVR support is advancing and can now be used with Vulkan rendering.
Earlier this month the developer got UE4 with SteamVR on Linux running but using the OpenGL renderer. But today he's shared a video showing off UE4 on Linux SteamVR with Vulkan.
Khronos Clarifies That Vulkan Multi-GPU Isn't Limited To Windows 10
With the big Vulkan 1.0.42 update came a number of new extensions, including for Vulkan multi-GPU/device support. There was some confusion by some that Vulkan's multi-GPU support was limited to Windows 10, but that is not at all the case.
It appears some confusion came up about Vulkan's multi-GPU support when some Game Developers Conference (GDC17) slides had referenced the Windows Display Driver Model (WDDM). Thus some thought the Vulkan multi-device capabilities were somehow tied to using Windows' WDDM.
As much we all complain about email, for most of us, email is still our primary conduit for online communication. That said, numerous hacks and revelations about government surveillance have made it clear that email is also one of the most vulnerable of those conduits.
What you send via email is your business and yours alone. Besides you and the recipient, no one else should be reading that message. Not hackers, not government agencies, and definitely not nosy siblings or friends.
I bought a linux shared hosting server. Kernel version shown below.
Linux version 3.10.0-427.18.2.lve1.4.27.el7.x86_64 (email@example.com) (gcc version 4.8.5 20150623 (Red Hat 4.8.5-11) (GCC) ) #1 SMP Thu Dec 8 14:04:32 EST 2016
I'm able to SSH to it but I do not have root access. I have no access to yum or rpm, but I have access to wget+tar+make+gcc, and that is how I installed vim and other stuff, but it's starting to be a pain when there are multiple dependencies.
Are there other methods that could provide an alternative to this? A package manager that just handles downloading dependencies and multiple versions without needing root access will be nice.submitted by /u/Shadowys
So I have this captive portal set up on my Android phone and it works well. It redirects everyone that connects to my hotspot and attempts to navigate to an HTTP web page within their browser, to a local page(index.html) that I host on my phone. On this web page there is a button that leads to another page(agree.html). When this second page is loaded, my server detects which local IP requested it and adds them to a little list so that it knows who agree to my terms.
What I need to do, is allow those that agree to my terms, to be free to navigate the internet.
I am using DNSmasq to redirect all addresses requested to my server(well almost. I actually use 'iptables' as well but that's just to change from port 80 to 8080). I use the following argument when I start DSNmasq to apply this redirection.--address=/#/192.168.43.1
As you can see, that is going to redirect all traffic to my server. I'm still not sure if I can change these rules while DNSmasq is running, or if I have to stop and then restart DNSmasq.
How would I go about allowing certain IP bypass the above rule but still force all other requested address to my server?
I also asked this question on the below forum because it looks like it's a great place to ask questions./u/SBTlauien
Today, March 21, 2017, Red Hat Inc. announced the general availability of the Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.9 maintenance update as the last one for the Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 operating system series.
That's it... My Ubuntu phone is not useable anymore. With latest "update" (which is supposed to be minor bug fixes...) now I can't charge my phone and the battery life is about 4 or 5 hours on sleep. LOL !
I was an Ubuntu 7.04 user.. For the past 10 years, I've been saying nothing but good things about Ubuntu around me and on the internet. But, this is too much. Do you even care about your customers/users ? No one has tested the OS on the original Ubuntu Phone ? I guess you're too busy working on snappy or Mir or [insert useless fork here].
From now on it's going to be openSUSE and Android. So long, and thanks for all the fish !submitted by /u/michaelMATE