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Reddit: 3 Amazing facts about SElinux.

Saturday 28th of February 2015 07:32:37 AM

LXer: Tiny rugged COM runs Linux on quad-core 2GHz Tegra K1

Saturday 28th of February 2015 07:19:39 AM
GE unveiled a rugged COM Express Type 10 Mini module that runs Linux on a 2GHz Tegra K1 and offers soldered 2GB RAM and support for CUDA and VisionWorks. GE’s Intelligent Platforms business, a division of GE Energy Management headquartered in Charlottesville, Va., is primarily focused on the military/aerospace segment. The 84 x 55mm mCOM10K1 computer-on-module, which conforms to the COM Express Type 10 “Mini” form factor, is designed in part for SWaP-constrained mil/aero applications like image and video processing, sensor processing and electronic warfare. However, it also has broader applications in industrial Internet and Internet of Things applications, says GE. These are said to include industrial process automation, automotive and transportation, and medical imaging.

Reddit: Linux Malware Detect (LMD)

Saturday 28th of February 2015 06:06:41 AM

TuxMachines: LibreOffice 4.4.1 Released With Over 100 Fixes, Install/Update To LibreOffice 4.4.1 In Ubuntu/Linux Mint

Saturday 28th of February 2015 05:41:02 AM


LibreOffice Recently released its first release LibreOffice 4.4.1 of the LibreOffice 4.4 that was released in the last of January 2015. LibreOffice is an open source and the most popular office suit available for all major platforms.     Read at LinuxAndUbuntu

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LXer: Writebox Review - The Best Distraction-Free Text Editor

Saturday 28th of February 2015 05:25:17 AM
Writebox is a simple text editor that provides almost no features. Despite this, it's one of the simplest and most trustworthy WYSIWYG text editors around if you just want something simple for writing.

Reddit: Problem Installing Program

Saturday 28th of February 2015 03:43:10 AM

Hey everyone im a first time Linux user and I have CentOS 6.3 currently installed. Im trying to install and program called autodesk flame training edition on my computer and im running into a few problems and im hoping someone can help me out. There are two file one says install first and the other is the program. Then I run the install first it runs and then says Updating /ect/X11/sdm?Xservers then says the file is not found. When I try to the program installer it run and says installation failed. I looked at the log file and it has a ton of stuff I dont know or understand at all. If you need mt to provide any more info please let me know. Again fort time linux user.

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LXer: Vine Linux 6.3 Screenshot Tour

Saturday 28th of February 2015 03:30:55 AM
Vine Linux 6.3 (Malartic-Lagraviere). Vine Linux 6.3 has following features (highlights): update the software collection; update Linux kernel to 3.4.106 (latest LTS kernel 3.4.y); bundle newer software - Firefox 33.0, Thunderbird 24.0, Sylpheed 3.4.2, LibreOffice 4.3.5, OpenSSL 1.0.1; stability improvement; improvements of look and feel; newer hardware support; new user-friendly tools. Since this is not a commercial version (Vine Linux CR), non-free applications and fonts are not included on the CD/DVD. Instead of proprietary ATOX X/Wnn7/Wnn8/VJE Japanese inputs and Ricoh/Dynacomware fonts, this FTP edition contains Anthy and free TrueType fonts.

Phoronix: Mesa 10.5-RC3 Now Available To Test Improved GPU Drivers

Saturday 28th of February 2015 03:07:39 AM
Just a few days after Mesa 10.5 RC2 was released, the third release candidate to Mesa 10.5 is now available for testing...

LinuxToday: Tiny rugged COM runs Linux on quad-core 2GHz Tegra K1

Saturday 28th of February 2015 03:00:00 AM

 LinuxGizmos: GE unveiled a rugged COM Express Type 10 Mini module that runs Linux on a 2GHz Tegra K1 and offers soldered 2GB RAM and support for CUDA and VisionWorks.

Reddit: Frequency scaling in Ubuntu?

Saturday 28th of February 2015 02:01:56 AM

I am running a Celeron G530 with Ubuntu 14.04. Are CPU governors and what not out of date? Does the kernel integrate with the Intel frequency scaling?

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LXer: Red Hat invites all to work on its OpenShift PaaS cloud

Saturday 28th of February 2015 01:36:33 AM
Red Hat's OpenShift Commons invites open-source programmers and users to work on its OpenShift Platform-as-a-Service cloud.

Reddit: Had a kid ask a question at Microcenter today. Couldn't help but laugh.

Saturday 28th of February 2015 01:05:31 AM

The kid, probably 17, came up and asked me; "What's a GNU?"

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Phoronix: New Specifications On The Alleged Ubuntu Tablet

Saturday 28th of February 2015 12:26:24 AM
Back in December, Phoronix delivered the first article about An Ubuntu Tablet Inspired By The Ubuntu Edge Is Coming. From the company responsible for this tablet inspired by the failed Ubuntu Edge smartphone we have some new specifications of the tablet they plan to ship with Ubuntu...

LXer: Canonical, Juniper Partner on SDN and NFV for Carriers

Saturday 28th of February 2015 12:17:02 AM
Juniper and Canonical have partnered on Contrail Cloud Platform, an OpenStack-based SDN and NFV solution for carriers that is based on open standards, according to the companies.

LXer: Ryanteck Budget Robot Kit Review

Friday 27th of February 2015 11:44:26 PM
The cheapest and simplest Raspberry Pi robot you're going to find on the market. Is it a perfect entry-level kit?

LXer: Canonical and Juniper team up on carrier-grade OpenStack SDN

Friday 27th of February 2015 11:11:50 PM
Can a Linux company and a networking power join forces to make an open-source cloud and software defined network that's good enough for telecommunications data-centers? Canonical and Juniper think so.

Reddit: LLVM 3.6 Release Notes — LLVM 3.6 documentation

Friday 27th of February 2015 10:41:43 PM

LXer: Midokura Pushes Open-Source SDN Forward

Friday 27th of February 2015 10:39:14 PM
Midokura open-sourced MidoNet in November 2014, in a bid to make it more accessible and encourage broader developer participation. In the three months since then, Midokura's development process for MidoNet has evolved somewhat.

LXer: Magicka 2 Linux Release Likely After The Initial Launch

Friday 27th of February 2015 10:06:38 PM
Magicka is a very popular action/adventure game that is set to have a sequel soon, and the likelihood of Magicka 2 coming to Linux just went up.

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