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Reddit: HP Omen and Linux.

Monday 18th of June 2018 11:04:54 AM

Tell me budies is this possible at all? My Inspiron 7537 runs it flawlessly with all devices supoorted and recognised (Nvidia, touch screen, all devices on motherboard, etc). Can I run Linux on HP Omen with same success?

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LXer: Linspire 8.0 Alpha 1 Released

Monday 18th of June 2018 10:36:11 AM
Today we have released Linspire 8 Alpha 1. This release is the beginning stages of our new Linspire release scheduled for a Christmas release. This is a rudimentary build and some things may not work as intended so expect some bugs. This release is NOT set in stone and you can expect numerous changes between now and final release.

Phoronix: Feral Is Bringing Total War: WARHAMMER 2 To Linux

Monday 18th of June 2018 10:33:40 AM
Feral Interactive has announced this morning that they will be bringing Total War: WARHAMMER 2 to Linux this year as the latest Total War game seeing a native Linux port...

LXer: Debian GNU/Linux 8 "Jessie" Has Reached End of Security Support, Upgrade Now

Monday 18th of June 2018 09:47:37 AM
Today, June 17, 2018, marks the end of regular security support for the Debian GNU/Linux 8 "Jessie" operating system series, which now reached end of life.

Reddit: How often should I run apt-get update and upgrade

Monday 18th of June 2018 09:40:10 AM

Is it necessary to run them regularly, or only under certain situations?

Thanks in advance!

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TuxMachines: 5 open source alternatives to Dropbox

Monday 18th of June 2018 08:42:06 AM

Dropbox is the 800-pound gorilla of filesharing applications. Even it's a massively popular tool, you may choose to use an alternative.

Maybe that's because you're dedicated to the open source way for all the good reasons, including security and freedom, or possibly you've been spooked by data breaches. Or perhaps the pricing plan doesn't work out in your favor for the amount of storage you actually need.

Fortunately, there are a variety of open source filesharing applications out there that give you more storage, security, and control over your data at a far lower price than Dropbox charges. How much lower? Try free, if you're a bit tech savvy and have a Linux server to use.

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Reddit: Nheko (matrix client) finally supports E2EE!

Monday 18th of June 2018 07:41:25 AM

Reddit: Odd result from the command time.

Monday 18th of June 2018 07:36:11 AM

I have a machine that I access through SSH. When I time any command on it I always have a user time of 0. Is it normal ?

Example :

time ls -lR real 0m0.050s user 0m0.000s sys 0m0.040s submitted by /u/blaoi
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LXer: 15 Things To Do After Installing Ubuntu 18.04 Bionic Beaver

Monday 18th of June 2018 07:18:56 AM
Ubuntu 18.04 Bionic Beaver comes packed with many new updates and exciting features. The switch from Unity to GNOME and more updated snap apps. Below are 15 things to do, from customizing Ubuntu to enabling/disabling certain features using GNOME Tweaks tool and installing applications to boost your productivity.

Reddit: Apple Music on Linux (Parrot OS)

Monday 18th of June 2018 06:13:16 AM

Reddit: Linux VPS Server Support

Monday 18th of June 2018 05:05:39 AM

LXer: Complete Sed Command Guide Explained with Practical Examples

Monday 18th of June 2018 04:50:16 AM
In a previous article, I showed the basic usage of Sed, the stream editor, on a practical use case. Today, be prepared to gain more insight about Sed as we will take an in-depth tour of the sed execution model. To truly understand Sed you must first understand the tool execution model.

Reddit: What do Unix command names stand for?

Monday 18th of June 2018 04:13:25 AM

Phoronix: OpenGL Floating Point Textures No Longer Encumbered By Patents, Enabled In Mesa

Monday 18th of June 2018 04:05:04 AM
Back in 2012 when talking with Gabe Newell of Valve about open-source/Linux challenges one of the topics he was awed about was patents encumbering the open-source graphics driver progress. Six years later, Timothy Arceri working on the Valve Linux graphics driver team has freed Mesa's ARB_texture_float support from being built conditionally due to these patent fears...

Reddit: @Mostly_Linux on #Mostly_Gaming Podcast Episode 0.12

Monday 18th of June 2018 02:51:25 AM

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Recommendations & Releases

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What We've Been Playing

Pillars of Eternity II (Failed Again)

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E3 Top Picks and Disappointments

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LXer: How to Back Up and Restore MySQL Databases with Mysqldump

Monday 18th of June 2018 02:21:35 AM
This tutorial explains how to backup and restore MySQL or MariaDB databases from the command line using the mysqldump utility.

Reddit: Using pkgsrc ports on Linux

Monday 18th of June 2018 01:44:48 AM

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GNOME Desktop: Flatpak and Random Wallpaper Gnome Extension

  • Flatpak in detail, part 2
    The first post in this series looked at runtimes and extensions. Here, we’ll look at how flatpak keeps the applications and runtimes on your system organized, with installations, repositories, branches, commits and deployments.
  • Flatpak – a history
    I’ve been working on Flatpak for almost 4 years now, and 1.0 is getting closer. I think it might be interesting at this point to take a retrospective look at the history of Flatpak.
  • Random Wallpaper Gnome Extension Changes Your Desktop Background With Images From Various Online Sources
    Random Wallpaper is an extension for Gnome Shell that can automatically fetch wallpapers from a multitude of online sources and set it as your desktop background. The automatic wallpaper changer comes with built-in support for downloading wallpapers from unsplash.com, desktopper.co, wallhaven.cc, as well as support for basic JSON APIs or files. The JSON support is in fact my favorite feature in Random Wallpaper. That's because thanks to it and the examples available on the Random Wallpaper GitHub Wiki, one can easily add Chromecast Images, NASA Picture of the day, Bing Picture of the day, and Google Earth View (Google Earth photos from a selection of around 1500 curated locations) as image sources.

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KDE: QtPad, Celebrating 10 Years with KDE, GSoC 2018

  • QtPad - Modern Customizable Sticky Note App for Linux
    In this article, we'll focus on how to install and use QtPad on Ubuntu 18.04. Qtpad is a unique and highly customizable sticky note application written in Qt5 and Python3 tailored for Unix systems.
  • Celebrating 10 Years with KDE
    Of course I am using KDE software much longer. My first Linux distribution, SuSE 6.2 (the precursor to openSUSE), came with KDE 1.1.1 and was already released 19 years ago. But this post is not celebrating the years I am using KDE software. Exactly ten years ago, dear Albert committed my first contribution to KDE. A simple patch for a problem that looked obvious to fix, but waiting for someone to actually do the work. Not really understanding the consequences, it marks the start of my journey within the amazing KDE community.
  • GSoC 2018 – Coding Period (May 28th to June 18th): First Evaluation and Progress with LVM VG
    I got some problems during the last weeks of Google Summer of Code which made me deal with some challenges. One of these challenges was caused by a HD physical problem. I haven’t made a backup of some work and had to rework again in some parts of my code. As I already knew how to proceed, it was faster than the first time. I had to understand how the device loading process is made in Calamares to load a preview of the new LVM VG during its creation in Partition Page. I need to list it as a new storage device in this page and deal with the revert process. I’ve implemented some basic fixes and tried to improve it.

Open Hardware: Good for Your Brand, Good for Your Bottom Line

Chip makers are starting to catch on to the advantages of open, however. SiFive has released an entirely open RISC-V development board. Its campaign on the Crowd Supply crowd-funding website very quickly raised more than $140,000 USD. The board itself is hailed as a game-changer in the world of hardware. Developments like these will ensure that it won't be long before the hardware equivalent of LEGO's bricks will soon be as open as the designs built using them. Read more