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TuxMachines: GitHub Forum Highlights Public Views on Open Source in U.S. Government

Tuesday 5th of April 2016 09:57:28 AM

What's good about open source software, what are its limits and how should it be used in government? These are issues that the public is now debating vigorously in a new forum created by the U.S. government following its recent push to make more government-owned code open.

The backstory: Last month, the federal government used GitHub to solicit public comments on draft guidelines that would require federal agencies to make more use of open source code. Among other requirements, the proposal would mandate that at least twenty percent of federally owned code be released as open source.

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TuxMachines: Nouveau Updates

Tuesday 5th of April 2016 09:52:42 AM
  • Nouveau Kepler On Linux 4.6 vs. NVIDIA's 364 Proprietary Driver

    We've already looked at the GeForce 900 series performance on Nouveau with the Linux 4.6 kernel that finally has the necessary bits for supporting 3D hardware acceleration on these Maxwell GPUs. Those GTX 900 series results didn't end up being particularly exciting since there isn't yet any re-clocking support on this open-source NVIDIA Linux driver. For complementing those results are some GeForce 600/700 "Kepler" graphics card results when comparing Nouveau on Linux 4.6 with Mesa 11.3-devel and using re-clocking then compared to the latest NVIDIA proprietary driver.

  • Nouveau NVC0 Adds ETC2/ASTC Texture Compression For Newer GPUs

    Back in December a patch rolled out for supporting ETC2 and ASTC texture compression by the Nouveau NVC0 Gallium3D driver. Today that patch was finally merged for benefiting newer NVIDIA GPUs.

    With the commit that landed there is now ETC2 and ASTC texture compression support for the GK20A (Tegra K1) graphics processor as well as the GTX 750 "GM107" graphics processors and newer.

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TuxMachines: Arduino aims $35, WiFi-enabled hacker board at IoT apps

Tuesday 5th of April 2016 09:49:29 AM

Arduino LLC debuted a $35 IoT focused MKR1000 board, supported with an Arduino IoT site, and soon, an Arduino Create code editor and Arduino Cloud platform.

At Arduino Day this week in Berkeley, Calif., Arduino LLC’s cofounders Massimo Banzi, David Mellis, and Tom Igoe hailed the company’s new MKR1000 board as combining the functionality of the Zero and the WiFi Shield. They were referring not to the Linux-driven Raspberry Pi Zero, but rather the microcontroller-based Arduino Zero follow on to the Uno, and the relatively new WiFi Shield for Arduino boards.

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TuxMachines: Mesa 11.2.0 3D Graphics Library Officially Released, Here's What's New

Tuesday 5th of April 2016 09:43:40 AM

After being delayed a few weeks, the final release of the open-source Mesa 3D Graphics Library 11.2 arrived earlier today, April 4, 2016, for all GNU/Linux operating systems.

Also: Mesa 11.2.0 Has Been Officially Released

X.Org Server 1.18.3 Has A DRI3/Present Fix To Avoid Eating Your CPU & Other Issues

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TuxMachines: Maybe it’s time to trust Microsoft. Maybe not.

Tuesday 5th of April 2016 09:40:54 AM

Is this truly a changed Microsoft? Personally, I don’t believe it is. The day they stop this silly 235 patent BS, then we might talk about it. But you know as well as I do, if they pull the covers back on their lie-of-the-century, then they may stand to lose billions in paying back those companies they extorted in the past.

“Oh those patents. Yeah, that was silly wasn’t it. Well, we’re sorry your company lost share holder value due to having to pay us all that money. But let’s just let bygones be bygones…whaddaya say?

Stick it all up in your bygones Microsoft. You’re a liar and a thief and the only reason most of your higher execs aren’t in prison is that U.S. law and your good ol’ boy network protected you. You aren’t fooling anyone. You don’t love Linux any more than I love liver and onions. You have merely realized that the only way you are going to survive into the next decade is to integrate Linux into your strategies…and integrate it deeply.

Let’s face it. You need us. More than we need you.

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TuxMachines: Ubuntu Touch OTA-10

Tuesday 5th of April 2016 09:34:29 AM
  • Ubuntu Touch OTA-10 Update Brings VPN Support, New Out-of-the-Box Experience

    We told you yesterday that the Ubuntu Touch OTA-10 update for Ubuntu Phone and Ubuntu Tablet devices has officially received a release date of April 6, 2016, from Canonical.

    And we promised to inform you about the new features that landed in the anticipated OTA-10 software for Ubuntu-powered devices. Therefore, it looks like Ubuntu Phone/Tablet owners will finally get VPN support, but without the ability to connect to PPTP VPN servers, Japanese keyboard support, and per-application download queues.

  • Ubuntu Touch's Web Browser Lets Users Copy/Paste Selected Web Content in OTA-10

    We reported earlier that Canonical finally decided on a release date for the next major software update of its Ubuntu Touch mobile operating system, OTA-10, due for release on April 6, 2016.

    Today, April 4, 2016, Ubuntu developer Olivier Tilloy reports on the major new features that have been implemented in the Web Browser app of the Ubuntu mobile OS, which will be pushed to Ubuntu Phone users on April 6 as part of the OTA-10 software update.

  • Ubuntu Touch OTA-10 Launches April 6 for All Ubuntu Phones and the Ubuntu Tablet

    Łukasz Zemczak of Canonical has just informed the community about the release date of the forthcoming OTA-10 software update for the Ubuntu mobile operating system.

    Ubuntu Touch OTA-10 has been in development for quite some time now, and we covered its development cycle during the past month, during which we told you about some of the new features and improvements that the update would bring to all supported Ubuntu Phone devices, as well as the brand new Ubuntu Tablet.

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TuxMachines: Ubuntu 15.10: Changing the Linux game

Tuesday 5th of April 2016 09:31:32 AM

I’m not new to Linux operating systems. I have tried and reviewed earlier versions of Ubuntu as well as experimented with other Linux distributions but I have to admit that none of my earlier reviews have been positive. There were always inherent problems, graphical or systematic, that I have had to spend time trying to fix, something that I did not have time for. I expected Ubuntu to work right out of the box, much like how I deal with a fresh install of Windows where I set it up and install the applications that I want. But this was never the case with Ubuntu; the operating system always pushed me to give it more time and manually fix operating system problems.

Linux is often used by power-users who love the operating system for its stability and ease of use, but here I will be talking about how user-friendly the system is for normal users who don’t code or use terminal commands.

Also: Ubuntu Budgie Could Be the New Flavor of Ubuntu Linux, as Part of Ubuntu 16.10

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TuxMachines: Manjaro Linux LXQt 16.04 Lands with Linux Kernel 4.4.4 LTS, Software Updates

Tuesday 5th of April 2016 09:28:02 AM

Hot on the heels of Manjaro Linux JWM 16.04 Community Edition, the Manjaro Linux LXQt 16.04 Community Edition operating system has been released earlier, April 4, 2016, and it is now available to download.

According to the release notes, Manjaro Linux LXQt 16.04 Community Edition is now powered by Linux kernel 4.4.4 LTS, includes a 64-bit version of the Chromium web browser, and the 32-bit flavor of Mozilla Firefox, a new screen capture tool that can be activated with the Print Screen button.

As expected, the stable branch of the Manjaro Linux operating system has been used to generate the Manjaro Linux LXQt 16.04 release, which comes with the multilib repositories enabled by default for 64-bit systems, as well as the latest version of the advanced Calamares graphical installer.

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LXer: Install Habari with Nginx on Debian 8

Tuesday 5th of April 2016 08:03:31 AM
In this tutorial we will cover the steps needed for installing Habari with Nginx on a Debian 8 VPS. Habari is a free and open source blog engine written in PHP that currently supports MySQL, SQLite and PostgreSQL for the database backend.

Reddit: Linux Desktop in VR?

Tuesday 5th of April 2016 07:40:08 AM

In the nearest future VR headsets will be in every living room. I was thinking how it might impact the desktop experience. One can only imagine how its like to have a 360 KDE Plasma environment. Is it sci-fi or is it really possible? As an example, instead of i3 on multiple monitors, a VR headset can make all the space around a desktop. What DE/WM could be used in VR and how? What tweaks and changes are needed for VR use? Thank You

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LXer: News: Linux Top 3: Guix, NixOS and Bodhi Linux Update

Tuesday 5th of April 2016 07:06:20 AM
A pair of nascent Linux distributions, built around new package manager tools get updated

LXer: Superuser Awards, evolving for scale, and more OpenStack news

Tuesday 5th of April 2016 06:09:09 AM
Are you interested in keeping track of what is happening in the open source cloud? is your source for news in OpenStack, the open source cloud infrastructure project.

LXer: GitHub Forum Highlights Public Views on Open Source in U.S. Government

Tuesday 5th of April 2016 05:11:58 AM
What's good about open source software, what are its limits and how should it be used in government? These are issues that the public is now debating vigorously in a new forum created by the U.S. government following its recent push to make more government-owned code open. Open source software's use in government is the subject of an ongoing debate on GitHub, spawned by a federal proposal to promote open source software for U.S. agencies.

Reddit: How many use dual+ boot with multiple distros?

Tuesday 5th of April 2016 04:21:29 AM

Newbies coming from Windows tend to try to dual boot with Windows and a Linux favour. Sometimes that pushes them back. However, dual boot is sometimes very useful. I use a system with 2 different distros installed due to several reasons, personal and official.

Among old timers, how many use dual boot systems with multiple Linux distros?

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LXer: QtCon Call for Papers

Tuesday 5th of April 2016 04:14:47 AM
QtCon 2016 Call for Papers is open. The event will assemble KDE Akademy, VideoLAN Developer Days, Qt Contributors' Summit, FSFE Summit and KDAB Qt training day. We invite contributors to these projects to present their work and insight at QtCon 2016. The conference will take place from 1st to 8th September in Berlin, Germany.

LXer: Wordpress, Joomla domains under attack through jQuery JavaScript library

Tuesday 5th of April 2016 03:17:36 AM
Hackers are using the jQuery JavaScript library to inject malicious code into millions of Wordpress and Joomla Web domains, researchers say.

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    Fedora 24 Delayed, Linus the Tops, New openSUSE Team

    Fedora Program Manager Jan Kuřík today announced a delay in Fedora 24, both the upcoming Beta and Final. Elsewhere openSUSE announced a new community release team, a group of volunteers to help with the release tasks. Linus Torvalds and Richard Stallman both appeared on a "top 10 programmers of all time" list and a Windows 10 upgrade screen has gone viral. Read more

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    A year ago, we were bold enough to predict that the next release of the elementary OS distribution would be version 0.4, dubbed Loki and based on the Ubuntu 16.04 LTS operating system. Read more