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LXer: Rugged mini-ITX based box-PC goes all out on expansion

Friday 22nd of July 2016 09:36:10 AM
Portwell’s rugged, fanless “WEBS-35C3” box-PC offers 6th Gen Intel Core CPUs, triple display and 4K video, and expands via mini-PCIe, PCIe, PCI, and M.2. The WEBS-35C3 is based on Portwell’s WADE-8017 Mini-ITX board, which runs on the latest, 14nm-fabricated 6th Gen Intel Core (“Skylake”) processors with LGA1151 socket and Intel Q170 chipset. Applications include kiosk, […]

Reddit: XFCE4+Plank, a great combo!

Friday 22nd of July 2016 09:15:45 AM

I love the look & feel of Elementary OS but it makes my laptop CPU temperature 5~10C higher than XFCE4. So I installed XFCE4, added plank to autostart list, configured the panel to top right, now the desktop looks great and still consumes little cpu resource.

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LXer: Blogging Tips – 5 Essentials To Start Blogging As A Career

Friday 22nd of July 2016 08:10:24 AM
We have seen how blogging has changed lives of millions of people. All they came up with the correct start, a purpose of blogging, right tools and most importantly, skills. I believe that with some plannings, anyone can become a successful blogger.

Reddit: New to linux - should I use emacs or vim?

Friday 22nd of July 2016 07:15:44 AM

Just wondering what the pros / cons of each are

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LXer: 10 Essential Skills for Novice, Junior and Senior SysAdmins

Friday 22nd of July 2016 06:44:37 AM
Here are 10 essentials at each level in the evolution of systems administrators, gleaned from The Linux Foundation, LISA’s list, job descriptions and sources such as analyst Victor Janulaitis at Janco Associates.

Reddit: Preferred Distributions.

Friday 22nd of July 2016 06:14:21 AM

I myself use Element at the moment, I'm new to Linux, and I've been using it for maybe the last week, it looks nice and runs smoothly but, I want to try and something more specific, are there any distributions that are better for app development/web development? I need some opinions on Linux Distributions, I've heard about Arch and that sounded interesting, I don't know what sites to trust these days so I've come to you.

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TuxMachines: ​Nextcloud 10 beta includes two-factor authentication security

Friday 22nd of July 2016 06:07:43 AM

For a company that's only been around for a couple of months, Nextcloud isn't wasting any time making improvements. Frank Karlitschek, Nextcloud's managing director, just announced the release of the Nextlcloud 10 beta.

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Reddit: Write for us

Friday 22nd of July 2016 06:07:27 AM

TuxMachines: Ubuntu 16.04 Updated, Remembering Mandriva, Leap 42.2a3 Report

Friday 22nd of July 2016 05:28:41 AM

Canonical announced an update to their Ubuntu 16.04 Long Term Support Linux system. Ubuntu 16.04.1 LTS brings many updates, bug fixes, and security patches as well as Snap app support. In other news, Christopher Tozzi is back again today with a look back at Mandriva Linux and Neil Rickert test drove openSUSE Leap 42.2 Alpha 3 released yesterday. Elsewhere, after all the hubbub over Linux Skype Alpha, Microsoft has announced it will discontinue the application soon.

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TuxMachines: Opensuse Leap 42.2 alpha3

Friday 22nd of July 2016 05:27:30 AM

I saw the announcement yesterday, so I downloaded and installed alpha3. I’ll note that I skipped alpha2, because it was mainly for testing Gnome and I’m don’t much use Gnome (though I do install it).

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Reddit: Preferred way to let others upload to my Linux box

Friday 22nd of July 2016 05:24:37 AM

I usually send files up to my Linux box over ftp but now I need to have someone else (Mac user) upload several gigs of pictures to it and I think explaining how to use an ftp client will be beyond their scope. Since the linux box already hosts an http page I would really like to set up another page with a big "drag files here" box so people can quickly follow the link I give them and just drag and drop files via their web browser and OS of choice. Any suggestions?

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TuxMachines: Games: Stardew Valley and Life is Strange

Friday 22nd of July 2016 05:22:05 AM

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LXer: Get started with MongoDB on IBM Power Systems running Linux

Friday 22nd of July 2016 05:18:51 AM
MongoDB on IBM Power Systems running Linux is an ideal solution for managing big data workloads. Learn how to install MongoDB and begin using it with your application and data set today.

TuxMachines: 10 Best Open Source Collaboration Software Tools

Friday 22nd of July 2016 04:31:56 AM

As the workforce becomes more mobile and employers look for ways to improve productivity, collaboration software become increasingly popular. According to a June 2016 study from Markets and Markets, organizations will spend $23.39 billion on cloud-based collaboration software tools this year. By 2021, the analysts expect the market to grow to $42.57 billion, for a compound annual growth rate of 12.7 percent.

Collaboration software offer small businesses a wide variety of benefits. They can increase teamwork and communication, particularly if people on your team work in different locations. They can also help you share knowledge more widely throughout the organization and lessen the chance that employees will waste time duplicating the same work. They can also streamline your business processes and reduce the need for face-to-face meetings—both of which can decrease costs.

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LXer: The patented “superformula” that could cause a legal headache for No Man’s Sky

Friday 22nd of July 2016 03:53:04 AM
With No Man's Sky's highly anticipated release just weeks away, a Dutch company is objecting to the game's alleged use of a patented "superformula" to generate landscapes and terrain.

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COM and Pico-ITX dev kit run Linux on dual-core Cortex-A7

iWave has launched a rugged, SODIMM-style COM and Pico-ITX form factor carrier board that run Linux on the Renesas dual-core, Cortex-A7 RZ/G1E SoC. In January, iWave launched the iW-RainboW-G20M-Qseven computer-on-module, built around the dual-core 1.5GHz Cortex-A15 based Renesas RZ/G1M and RZ/G1N SoCs. Now the company has followed up with a 67.6 x 37mm, SODIMM form factor “iW-RainboW-G22M-SM” COM that runs Linux 3.10.31 on the dual-core Cortex-A7 based RZ/G1E SoC from the same RZ/G series SoCs. Read more

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