When Google launched its Android TV software in June of last year, part of the big announcement was the promise of a new gaming micro-console produced by respected peripheral maker Razer. Today, that device has been fully detailed and specced out: the tiny Razer Forge TV runs Android TV on a quad-core Snapdragon 805 processor, costs $99.99 ($149.99 with a controller), and will ship in the first quarter of 2015.
In the CM11 M12 post, we mentioned that we were entering the beginnings of CM 12 work, based on Lollipop. Today, we are enabling CM12 nightlies to showcase how far we’ve come since. The full list of devices ready for tonight’s first rollout is further below.
Not sure if this is the correct place to post this or not. If not, please correct me...
I've been using Linux for a few years, but my use was limited to Ubuntu desktop edition. Only in the past year have I really started using Linux (Arch Linux, OpenWrt, even some AIX at work).
About a year ago, I started a small, personal Wordpress blog on shared hosting. I did the one-click install, only used phpmyadmin, cPanel, etc... However, I'm currently in the process of migrating it over to a Digital Ocean VPS. I setup and customized my LEMP stack, and this was my first time setting up a webserver. At some point in my career I'd like to get into Linux system administration, and this is a step in the right direction for me. Should I include this experience on my resume? If so, how? I don't necessarily want anyone to read my blog, just know that I have the skills to adminster a Linux system.
Thanks in advance!submitted by lmm7425
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Can install software to a home directory and so does not require sudo
Install software not packaged by the native distribution
Install up-to-date versions of software when the native distribution is old
Use the same package manager to manage both your Mac and Linux machines
I realize the idea of porting a Mac OS package manager to Linux sounds silly, but just look at those features and tell me you're not excited.submitted by OatWalker
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As of 6th of January 2014, Fedora 19 has reached its end of life for
updates and support. No further updates, including security updates,
will be available for Fedora 19. A previous reminder was sent on
December 10th .
Fedora 20 will continue to receive updates until approximately one
month after the release of Fedora 22. The maintenance schedule of
Fedora releases is documented on the Fedora Project wiki . The
Fedora Project wiki also contains instructions  on how to upgrade
from a previous release of Fedora to a version receiving updates.
TuxMachines: Developer Issues Bogus Takedowns Against Cup Of Linux YouTube Channel In Retaliation For Being Banned For Abusive Behavior
The backstory: the Cup of Linux YouTube channel handles all things Linux, including coverage of distributions and how-to guides for new users. One Linux developer, Antoni Norman, is the main force behind the Pinguy OS Linux/Ubuntu hybrid. Over the years, he's been a valuable contributor to the Linux community, including the one centered around Cup of Linux. Also, over the years, Shawn Patrick Ryan ("Spatry") has covered Pinguy OS releases in a number of YouTube videos. So far, so good.