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TuxMachines: Android: More Leftovers

Tuesday 10th of November 2015 09:00:31 PM

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LXer: Only Days After Red Hat Legitimised Microsoft’s Patents Against Linux Another Linux-Using Company Falls Victim to Microsoft’s Patent Extortion

Tuesday 10th of November 2015 08:54:43 PM
Microsoft is now going after Star Micronics, using threats (with patents) to give Star Micronics paid ‘permission’ to use Linux-based operating systems in its products

TuxMachines: SteamOS News

Tuesday 10th of November 2015 08:52:26 PM
  • Grow Home From Ubisoft Now On SteamOS & Linux

    Grow Home the wacky-looking, but intriguing game from Ubisoft's Reflections studio is now officially available for us Linux and SteamOS folk. It has a lot of good reviews, and I'm looking forward to trying it. Our editor flesk may be doing a review of it sometime, so look out for that.

  • NVIDIA CUDA Toolkit Offered For SteamOS

    Today while setting up some CUDA benchmarks, I noticed that CUDA 7.5 is now officially available for SteamOS.

  • Valve Launches A Massive Sale Of SteamOS (Linux) Titles

    With the majority of Steam Machines using SteamOS, it's a sale basically of Linux/SteamOS-native games. There are significant savings to be found on Alien Isolation, Borderlands 2, Shadow of Mordor, Metro Redux, DiRT Showdown, BioShock Infinite, and tons of other great Linux games.

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TuxMachines: KDE Upgrades

Tuesday 10th of November 2015 08:51:18 PM

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TuxMachines: Reviewing Ubuntu 15.10, Fedora 23, and openSUSE Leap the same time!

Tuesday 10th of November 2015 08:49:16 PM

So, instead of writing a review of each of these new releases, I am simply writing one article comparing all three of them as desktop workstations (I won't be reviewing them as servers in this article). A battle royale. A no-holds-barred cage match. A Linux Distro Thunderdome. Or a friendly tea amongst three friends. Call it what you will…it means I only need to write one article instead of three. So I like the idea.

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TuxMachines: BQ Aquaris E5 HD Official Launches in Russia on November 17

Tuesday 10th of November 2015 08:45:47 PM

The BQ Aquaris E5 HD is coming to Russia, according to a number of reports from various Ubuntu insiders. This comes after the phones have been made available both in Europe, United States, and India.

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TuxMachines: Netbeans and Rust support in Ubuntu Make 15.11

Tuesday 10th of November 2015 08:41:45 PM

After some releases bringing updates, bug fixes, refactoring, tests improvements and more minor features and automations, here is time again for a noticeable feature release!

Thanks to Fabio Colella, we now have NetBeans support in Ubuntu Make! Installing it is just a umake ide netbeans away and just relax while Ubuntu Make is doing the hard work so that you can enjoy this IDE.

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TuxMachines: Backup Plex For Ubuntu Reliably

Tuesday 10th of November 2015 08:41:42 PM

It’s no secret that I like watching TV. From movies to TV shows, I like ’em all. I’m also a very happy cord cutter. This means I use a combination of services ranging from Netflix to Amazon Prime for my video content. I also have a fair bit of media on Plex. Like a lot of people, I use Plex to store digital copies of my media.

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TuxMachines: openSUSE Leap 42.1 Review: The Most Mature Linux Distribution

Tuesday 10th of November 2015 08:22:36 PM

What makes this release even more important is that with Leap, SUSE and openSUSE have finally come together. With this release openSUSE will start using the same code which is being used in SLE. So technically you are running the 'community' version of SLE.

Leap 42.1 is based on the Service Pack 1 (SP1) of SLE 12, which will be released soon. Leap will follow SLE’s release cycle so there won’t be the regular 9-month release, instead a new version of openSUSE Leap will be released when the new version of SLE is due.

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Phoronix: Valve Launches A Massive Sale Of SteamOS (Linux) Titles

Tuesday 10th of November 2015 08:18:17 PM
With today being the date of the Steam Machines official launch along with the Steam Controller and Steam Link, Valve is running a big promotion of Steam Machines capable games...

Slashdot: Official, Customized Raspberry Pi Versions Coming Soon

Tuesday 10th of November 2015 07:00:08 PM

LXer: SteamOS updated with Linux kernel 4.1, Nvidia adds Vulkan support, and more

Sunday 8th of November 2015 03:46:35 AM
Hello, open gaming fans! In this week's edition, we take a look at a Linux Kernel 4.1 update for SteamOS, Nvidia support for Vulkan, Objects in Space and open hardware, and more. Open gaming roundup for October 31 - November 6, 2015.

TuxMachines: Google offers a free Nexus 5X to companies who try Android for Work

Friday 6th of November 2015 07:00:16 PM

Google is hopeful that a shiny new phone will entice companies to give Android for Work a try. The first 3,000 companies to set up Android for Work with a participating enterprise mobility management (EMM) solution by December 31, 2015, will get a brand new Nexus 5X smartphone.

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Slashdot: Ubuntu 15.10 'Wily Werewolf' Released

Friday 6th of November 2015 01:00:04 PM

Slashdot: Report: Red Hat Buying DevOps Startup Ansible

Wednesday 4th of November 2015 03:00:04 PM

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Itty bitty ARM module starts at $27

Variscite’s rugged, 50 x 25mm “DART-6UL” COM runs Linux on an i.MX6 UltraLite SoC, offers NAND, eMMC, and wireless, and starts at $27 in volume. In April, Variscite announced the world’s smallest i.MX6 computer-on-module with its 50 x 20mm, Freescale i.MX6-based DART-MX6. At 50 x 25mm, the DART-6UL doesn’t quite match those dimensions, but it offers greater power efficiency, making it well suited for IoT applications and battery-powered devices. Variscite claims it consumes only 5mA in suspend mode. Read more

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Cleaning Linux: Jed’s Nappy /boot

My home NAS machine is an Ubuntu 14.04 machine with a ZFS volume. I need the linux-headers packages in order to compile my ZFS dkms modules. Those take more space than the kernels tend to, so I try and stay on top of removing them. Wonder how many I have? (Read the rest at FreedomPenguin)