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LXer: 5 Lightweight Linux Desktop Environments

Thursday 8th of September 2016 02:13:44 PM
Do you own an old PC, like the ones that came with windows XP? Well, you don’t have to dump them just yet as they can be brought back to life with these lightweight Linux desktop environments. These desktop environments are characterised as lightweight because they consume lesser resources than other popular desktop environments with feature-rich experiences. Here are all of these lightweight Linux desktop environments.

Reddit: Ive got a problem with my Bootloader

Thursday 8th of September 2016 02:10:21 PM

If i cannot enter into the Uefi to give priority to Cddvd/USB if i create a Linux live Usb how can i make sure that the pc will run the Usb first?

Because after an update of windows 10 (i have Kali linux and w10 in dualboot) when i turn on it gives me Grub rescue Shell.

Sorry for the english, Im a noobie

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Reddit: HP Enterprise buys SUSE

Thursday 8th of September 2016 02:09:29 PM The Orange Pi: Linux on Quad Core for Under $20

Thursday 8th of September 2016 02:00:29 PM

The Orange Pi series of machines lets you run a small Linux machine dedicated to a specific task for a very attractive price -- less than $20 for setup. Some ideas for using an Orange Pi include adding network connectivity to an older printer, transcoding a USB webcam and sending it over the network, or just connecting some hardware to the 40 pins and being able to interface to chips faster than a microcontroller could.

Reddit: Stabilizing the world of hot and fast containers

Thursday 8th of September 2016 01:54:03 PM

Phoronix: The Interesting Wayland/Vulkan/Graphics Talks Happening This Month At XDC2016

Thursday 8th of September 2016 01:40:23 PM
Coming up in just two weeks is the X.Org's XDC2016 conference taking place in Helsinki, Finland. Here's a preview of some of the interesting talks...

Reddit: Do any of you here use your own Linux From Scratch build non-ironically?

Thursday 8th of September 2016 12:14:22 PM

Just curious

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LXer: Is being open worth the effort?

Thursday 8th of September 2016 12:07:56 PM
Becoming (or remaining) an open organization is challenging. This month, the open organization community at discussed those challenges—and so much more—during our #OpenOrgChat on Twitter. If you missed it, check out the recap below as you prepare for our next more

Reddit: Looking for wifi hotspot app

Thursday 8th of September 2016 11:39:28 AM

I dunno if its called a software router or hotspot app but I could only find one for Windows which is Connectify.

I just wanna use my Linux computer as a hotspot, kind of like a security gateway, I have a hardware firewall but its not the same.

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LXer: AV Linux 2016.8.30 Audio Production OS Ships with Linux 4.4.6 Real-Time Kernel

Thursday 8th of September 2016 11:05:02 AM
A new stable version of the AV Linux open-source and free GNU/Linux distribution designed for audio production has been released recently, version 2016.8.30, bringing an updated real-time kernel and many other improvements.

Reddit: How to install Arc GTK Theme on Ubuntu 15.04

Thursday 8th of September 2016 11:04:56 AM

Reddit: Weird question

Thursday 8th of September 2016 10:50:33 AM

Just started a new course, my tutor is a massive Linux enthusiast. Like he loves it, always talking about how it's better than windows and how he's friends with the creator on Facebook

Anyway he challenged us to ask him a question he couldn't answer, saying he knows everything about it.

I don't know nearly enough to challenge a guy who's been working with it all his life so I've come to you guys

Give me the hardest most technical question you can to trip up the smug bastard haha

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TuxMachines: Python an d Perl

Thursday 8th of September 2016 10:38:23 AM

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TuxMachines: OSS Leftovers

Thursday 8th of September 2016 10:37:41 AM

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TuxMachines: Linux Foundation and Linux

Thursday 8th of September 2016 10:35:26 AM
  • LinuxCon + ContainerCon North America Videos

    Thank you for your interest in the recorded sessions from LinuxCon + ContainerCon North America 2016! View more than 40+ sessions from the event below.

  • Linux Security Summit Videos

    Thank you for your interest in the recorded sessions from Linux Security Summit 2016! View all 19 sessions from the event below.

  • Linux scholarship winner aims to preserve ancient languages

    One of the winners of a scholarship from the Linux Foundation is involved in a project to preserve endangered South American languages, according to the Foundation.

    Luis Camacho Caballero is aiming to port these languages to computer systems using automatic speech recognition. He will use Linux-based systems for the project.

    Caballero, a Peruvian, was one of 14 It professionals to receive one of the 2016 scholarships.

    He hopes to complete work on the first language, Quechua, which his grandparents spoke, by the end of 2017 and then begin work on other languages.

  • Linux Kernel 4.7.3 Released with Btrfs and AMDGPU Improvements, Bugfixes

    Today, September 7, 2016, renowned Linux kernel developer and maintainer Greg Kroah-Hartman announced the release of three new kernel versions, namely Linux kernel 4.7.3, Linux kernel 4.4.20 LTS, and Linux kernel 3.14.78 LTS.

    In this article, we will tell you about the third maintenance update to the Linux 4.7 kernel series, which is the latest stable and most advanced kernel version that you can put in a GNU/Linux operating system, and, according to the appended shortlog and the diff from the previous build, Linux kernel 4.7.2, the Linux 4.7.3 kernel is a beefy one bringing changes to a total of 141 files, with 1101 insertions and 539 deletions.

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LXer: Stealthy, tricky to remove rootkit targets Linux systems on ARM and x86

Thursday 8th of September 2016 10:02:08 AM
Called Umbreon, after a Pokémon character that hides in the darkness, the rootkit has been in development since early 2015 and is now being sold on the underground markets. It targets Linux-based systems on the x86, x86-64 and ARM architectures, including many embedded devices such as routers.

TuxMachines: Has open source gone mainstream?

Thursday 8th of September 2016 09:52:22 AM

Open source has officially made it. While open source advocates may have faced an uphill battle to convince their colleagues in the past, the technology has now become a legitimate component of the mainstream technological scene.

That's according to GitHub's senior director of infrastructure engineering Sam Lambert, who told IT Pro that open source software is no longer the niche field it once was.

"I feel like we're not selling open source any more," he said. He pointed out that not only are major companies in multiple sectors using open source technologies, they're even starting and contributing to open source projects themselves.

"A lot of large enterprises [view] being open source as an essential way of propagating the use of their technologies," he said, "and they're open sourcing stuff quickly."

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Alphabet's Plans to Create Android PCs Should Make Microsoft a Little Nervous

Four years after Microsoft (MSFT) first tried to give the world unified PC/mobile operating systems via the dual fiascoes known as Windows 8 and Windows RT, Alphabet's (GOOGL) Google appears set to take its own stab at the concept. And there are reasons to think the company will see a measure of success. Citing "two independent and reliable sources," Android Police reports Google plans to launch a notebook in the third quarter of 2017 that will likely be the first new device to showcase Andromeda, a version of Android that will integrate many features associated with Google's Chrome OS PC operating system. The notebook will reportedly be called the Pixel 3, and carry a $788 price. Its feature set reportedly include a 12.3-inch display, an Intel (INTC) processor, a glass trackpad, a tablet mode and stylus support. Read more


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Games for GNU/Linux

  • Valve's Steam Controller With SteamOS/Linux Support Is Now Listed For Just $35
    If you have been put off from ordering a Steam Controller for your SteamOS/Linux gaming system due to the $50 USD price-tag, it's been marked down to $35. Back in June it was temporarily reduced to $35 USD but then a few days later shot back up to $50 at major Internet retailers. Judging from those that clicked our Amazon links, it was of interest to many readers. If you missed that discount the first time around, the Steam Controller is back to being listed as a $34.99 product. It's not clear how long this deal will last or if it is permanent -- there has been speculations about a "Steam Controller 2" but I haven't seen any public confirmation yet.
  • Game Developer Chooses To Connect With Pirates, Reaps Rewards As A Result
    One imagines that this kind of thing builds up goodwill amongst potential buyers of PM Studio games. Some of the comments on the thread state as much. It won't do anything with the pure-pirate folks out there, but, then again, nothing will. Worrying about those that were never going to buy the game would have been wasted time and energy. Instead, the developer chose to try to win over those that might indeed want to support its efforts. Here's hoping PM Games gets the positive reinforcement needed to confirm that this kind of thing is the right way to deal with piracy. And that other studios are paying attention, as well.
  • InXile Entertainment announced Wasteland 3, will use crowdfunding on fig
    I'm going off their twitter and other sites for the main info right now, as it seems we are still not on InXile's press list. It is already confirmed to have Linux support, along with multiplayer, vehicles, and some form of base building.

Software Company Red Hat banks on India to hit $ 5 billion turnover in 5 years

Red Hat, the open-source software company, said its India business was growing at more than double the rate of the overall company and would be an important contributor to its target of reaching $5 billion in the next five years. Red Hat has over $2 billion in annual revenue currently and grew over 21% in constant currency last year. Open-source software is freely available, so Red Hat’s business model depends on customers paying for the support and service it offers and not on license fees, making the company’s offerings typically cheaper than proprietary software. “India is one of our fastest growing markets. Red Hat does really when there is net new infrastructure to be set up. And the rapid pace of development that India is seeing sets really well with our offerings,” James Whitehurst, CEO of Red Hat, told ET. Read more