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Reddit: Help: Pan-and-Zoom Slideshow?

Sunday 25th of December 2016 08:24:04 PM

Hi, I am looking to migrate a friend away from the claws of microsoft. He uses the windows photo gallery, which has an objectively nice slideshow feature:

Displayed images slightly zoom in and pan around.

Is there a picture management software or picture viewer that has this feature? The closest I got was glslideshow (from xScreensaver), but that only displays random images from an unsettable location.

Thanks!

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LXer: Exim releases Christmas patch

Sunday 25th of December 2016 08:16:06 PM
Exim gives Linux admins a security fix for Christmas

Reddit: Is kali more secure than Ubuntu?

Sunday 25th of December 2016 07:27:21 PM

Hi. My main linux OS was Ubuntu 16.04 LTS. But then i switched to kali for a lot of preinstalled stuff. But i also must do work and store omportant info. So is Kali secure as Ubuntu? It's purpose is just penetrating so i don't know. So, is it?

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Reddit: Creating an ISO

Sunday 25th of December 2016 07:20:53 PM

Hello,

how are the ISO files of distros like Linux Lite and OpenMandriva build? If I want to create a distro like these, is there another way instead of those respin/backup ISO utilities?

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Phoronix: OpenBenchmarking.org Had Close To 8 Million Test/Suite Benchmark Downloads This Year

Sunday 25th of December 2016 07:00:00 PM
OpenBenchmarking.org as of today is at 21.2 million test profile and test suite downloads via the Phoronix Test Suite. That number increased by almost eight million this year!..

Reddit: [Help] I want longer battery life on my linux laptop this Christmas... and I don't know how to do that..

Sunday 25th of December 2016 06:26:01 PM

I already have TLP and Powertop installed, and the systemd services are optimized so that they work side by side no issues or compromises, however I still get better battery life on my 128 GB Windows 8.1 install (2 TB drive) which is a huge bummer. Any tips on how I can get better battery life on Linux? I'm not afraid of heavy tweaking (i.e sysctl tweaks, patches and even optimizing cpu frequency)

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LXer: RDO Newton Instack-virt-setup deployment with routable control plane on CentOS 7.3

Sunday 25th of December 2016 05:53:09 PM
Following bellow is instack-virt-setup deployment creating rout-able control plane via modified ~stack/undercloud.conf setting 192.168.24.0/24 to serve this purpose. It also also utilizes RDO Newton "current-passed-ci" trunk and corresponding TripleO QuickStart pre-built images, which are in sync with trunk as soon as appear to be built during CI.

Phoronix: WD Blue 250GB SSD Linux Benchmarks

Sunday 25th of December 2016 05:39:19 PM
While I have owned many Western Digital hard drives over the years years, last week was my first time trying out one of the company's new solid-state drives (SSDs) under Linux. Some Linux benchmark results to share for reference today are of the WD Blue 250GB (WDS250G1B0A) SATA 3.0 SSD...

TuxMachines: FreeDOS 1.2

Sunday 25th of December 2016 04:56:13 PM

The official announcement is on our website at www.freedos.org—but since I announced the FreeDOS 1.2 RC1 and RC2 here, I figured I'd make a brief mention on this blog too.

We're very excited for the new FreeDOS 1.2 distribution! We've added lots of new features that you should find useful and interesting.

Thanks to everyone in the FreeDOS Project for their work towards this new release! There are too many of you to recognize individually, but you have all helped enormously. Thank you!

Also: FreeDOS 1.2 Released With New Installer & More Commands

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Ubuntu 16.04.2 LTS Delayed Until February 2, Will Bring Linux 4.8, Newer Mesa

If you've been waiting to upgrade your Ubuntu 16.04 LTS (Xenial Xerus) operating system to the 16.04.2 point release, which should have hit the streets a couple of days ago, you'll have to wait until February 2. We hate to give you guys bad news, but Canonical's engineers are still working hard these days to port all the goodies from the Ubuntu 16.10 (Yakkety Yak) repositories to Ubuntu 16.04 LTS, which is a long-term supported version, until 2019. These include the Linux 4.8 kernel packages and an updated graphics stack based on a newer X.Org Server version and Mesa 3D Graphics Library. Read more