What impresses me considerably about XFCE in Peach OSI is its fresh appeal. Its integration leaves nothing of standard XFCE out, but it rolls in a list of design features. The result is a user experience that is very pleasing. Much of Peach's appeal to more seasoned Linux users comes from its preconfigured layout. Newcomers to Linux will like its desktop appearance and intuitive operation.
Datamation: Use of new HTML 5.1 tag could enable developers to more easily build responsive design sites.
In some ways, Scrivener is the very embodiment of anti-Linux, philosophically. Scrivener is a writing program, used by authors. In Linux, one strings together well developed and intensely tested tools on data streams to produce a result. So, to author a complex project, create files and edit them in a simple text editor, using some markdown. Keep the files organized in the file system and use file names carefully chosen to keep them in order in their respective directories. when it comes time to make project-wide modifications, use grep and sed to process all of the files at once or selected files. Eventually, run the files through LaTeX to produce beautiful output. Then, put the final product in a directory where people can find it on Gopher.
Gopher? Anyway …
Linux and *BSD have completely changed the storage market. They are the core of so many storage products, allowing startups and established vendors alike to bring new products to the market more rapidly than previously possible.
Almost every vendor I talk to these days has built their system on top of these and then there are the number of vendors who are using Samba implementations for their NAS functionality. Sometimes they move on from Samba but almost all version 1 NAS boxen are built on top of it.
I've automated a common workflow I have: (see below)
I need to constantly share screen shots of my desktop with clients. My workflow was:
- pull up a terminal
- run a screen capture program
- upload it to imgur
- share the link with a client
I now have a single button solution that
- Takes a fullscreen screen-shot
- Uploads it to imgur
- Copies the imgur URL into your clipboard for easy pasting.
Short, simple, open source:
Hope this is helpful for other people!!!submitted by kristopolous
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Flavio Castelli, a senior software engineer at SUSE, discusses the importance of bringing Docker to each Linux distribution, the future of Docker on SUSE Linux Enterprise, and other interesting developments in the Docker ecosystem.
Kernel developer Matthew Garrett will be here next week to answer your questions about all things free software related.
He is a recipient of the Free Software Award from the Free Software Foundation for his work on Secure Boot, UEFI, and the Linux kernel.mattl
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