Just trying to understand the purpose of systemd. What is it exactly and where is it heading? Which features and functionality is about to come, which is not provided and meant to be satisfies by third party?
So far I can see no direction,- no clear concept and no target. It just seems to swallow whatever sees fit to gain more functionality.
Please help me understand more about it and why its required to replace everything else with own code instead of fixing the dependency issues.submitted by /u/AnachronGuy
The Dutch government’s data centre in Groningen (ODC-Noord) is setting a standard for government-hosted cloud services. Its combination of OpenStack (managing virtualised machines) and CEPH (handling storage) is attracting more and more central government services. The open source solutions are proving enormously scalable, while keeping costs low.
Design your life's soundtrack with open source music players
Other players on my list to review were APlayer, MOC (music on console), XMMS2, SMPlayer, UMPlayer, Lollypop, Aqualung, Goggles Music Manager, and LXMusic.+
Benefits of Open Source Game Development
Technology innovations have impacted every single industry sector in a tremendous way. Right from healthcare and education, to entertainment and gaming, there is no sector that has remained untouched by the influence of technology. The express evolution of technology means a win-win for both – users and the game developer are at a distinct advantage. The end users gain a much better gaming experience, while game programmers can apply these new technologies to create highly stimulating and enthralling games.
Open Source Foundation Pakistan Holds Open Source Summit 2016
Open Source Foundation Pakistan Holds Open Source Summit 2016. The 4th Annual Open Source Summit was held at Bahria University Islamabad Campus Yesterday. Mr. Asim Shahryar Hussain, MD PSEB, was the Chief Guest at the event.
PSEB for Open Source Technologies in 10 years
Managing Director Pakistan Software Export Board (PSEB) Asim Shehryar Hussain Thursday said the board aimed at migrating government sector organization from licensed softwares to Open Source Technologies in next 10 years.
Let’s celebrate with LibreOffice 5.2.4
The Document Foundation (TDF) announces the availability of LibreOffice 5.2.4 “still”, the fourth minor release of the LibreOffice 5.2 family. Based on the upcoming announcement of LibreOffice 5.3, all users can start to update to LibreOffice 5.2.4 from LibreOffice 5.1.6 or previous versions.
- Raspberry Pi's Pixel Can Work On Old Computers
- Raspberry Pi's OS For PC And Mac Can Make Obsolete Computers Useful Again
- Raspberry Pi Latest News & Update: PIXEL Desktop Comes To Mac & PC
- Raspberry Pi's gorgeous Pixel desktop can now reinvigorate old PCs and Macs
- Raspberry Pi releases free PIXEL OS, designed to run on PCs old and new
- Raspberry Pi releases an OS to breathe new life into old PCs
- Raspberry Pi Brings Pixel Interface to Mac, PC
- Raspberry Pi Launches PIXEL for PC and Mac
- Raspberry Pi PIXEL Desktop Environment For Mac And PC Can Breathe New Life Into Old Machines
- Raspberry Pi's Pixel for PC and Mac breathes new life into old computers
- New life for old computers: Makers of Raspberry Pi release PC operating system
- Raspberry Pi makers release own-brand OS
- Resuscitate your old PC or Mac with Raspberry Pi's new x86-based Pixel OS
- Raspberry Pi's PIXEL OS Now Available for Windows and Mac [Ed: Hilariously stupid headline: Debian available for Windows?!]
- Raspberry Pi PIXEL desktop environment now available for PC and Macintosh
- Now any old PC or Mac can run like a Raspberry Pi
- Raspberry Pi Brings Its PIXEL Desktop Environment to PC/Mac
- Raspberry Pi Foundation launches Pixel for PCs
Raspberry Pi launches Pixel OS for PC and Mac
The maker's of the Raspberry Pi computer have released an experimental version of the Pixel operating system, which can run on standard desktop computers.
The Document Foundation is celebrating today with their release of LibreOffice 5.2.4. The announcement also teased upcoming LibreOffice 5.3 that will feature the new MUFFIN interface. Elsewhere, there seems to be some disagreement as to whether Mint's heart is in their upgrades and Jonathan Corbet published his latest Linux Forecast. A couple of sites have gathered some fun activities for the long boring holiday season and, in case you missed it, Fedora 23 reached its end of life Tuesday.
For many of us 2016 flew by, and we didn't complete all our New Year's resolutions or mark everything off our "2016 To Do" lists. I didn't have nearly enough time to play with the Raspberry Pi this year, and my list of projects I want to do keeps growing. In this article I've rounded up 8 recent Raspberry Pi projects that I haven't made yet, but that made it onto my "2017 To Do" list.