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Reddit: Wubi wont wurki

Thursday 8th of January 2015 01:41:21 AM

I downloaded wubi for my windows 7 and it wont accept my username and password. Is this a common problem? Do you guys know any fixes?

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Phoronix: Linux Stress & Torture Testing, Burning In Systems With Open-Source

Thursday 8th of January 2015 01:37:00 AM
There's a new way to pound your Linux/BSD systems very hard for burning them in, checking the system's reliability, and stressing them to the max...

Reddit: Operating systems in movies

Thursday 8th of January 2015 01:16:03 AM

I recently watched the movie Open Windows. The entire movie is on the computer screen of the main character. The GUI looks very different from any GUI I have seen (then again I haven't used that many different desktop environments). My questions is: what operating systems run on the computers in movies like these? Is it usually linux with some custom desktop environment or is it an entirely different OS?

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LXer: Metanautix Promises Data-Agnostic SQL Queries with Quest

Thursday 8th of January 2015 12:53:10 AM
Making SQL, NoSQL, Hadoop and other big data frameworks play nicely with one another is a major challenge that vendors are only now beginning to overcome. But a startup named Metanautix is taking data-agnosticism even further through a new platform that can turn any kind of data—even images—into SQL tables.

Reddit: I wonder if I can control my laptop through headphones?

Thursday 8th of January 2015 12:06:50 AM

The question is: is it possible (and if so, how?) to control your linux linux device through your headphone button?

The idea is: you push the headset button to toggle sound or any other action associated.

The thing is that the button sends certain signal over the input of the mic. Can I detect it and assign it to toggle the sound?

Thanks fo answers.

submitted by Alkotronikk
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Reddit: Any idea's for a Linux install on this dumpster dive i found!?

Thursday 8th of January 2015 12:03:09 AM

Ha so I found this Apple Power Macintosh G5 Dual Core (2.3) with 10 gb of ram when I went out to smoke a cigarette outside my apartment and figured it be cool to mess with. No hdd though so i popped in a blank 650 gb i had lying around and figured why not install linux on it. Ill take any considerations for distributions or anything to make it somewhat usefull other than a doorstop ha!

submitted by vnann371
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LXer: Unity 8 and Mir Are Getting Some Awesome Features for the Desktop

Wednesday 7th of January 2015 11:55:59 PM
Any Linux user knows that Ubuntu features the Unity desktop environment, which is a piece of technology developed specifically for this operating system by Canonical. For now, the current supported versions of Ubuntu all have a similar version of Unity, which has been upgraded constantly. The developers are working on a new Unity version, and it seems that they are making great progress.

TuxMachines: Raspberry Pi B+ gets it’s Grove on

Wednesday 7th of January 2015 11:53:47 PM

Raspberry Pi’s are great little Linux devices but they have plenty of limitations when it comes to comes to wiring up to the analog world or just behaving like a micro-controller. There’s been various attempts to weld Pi and Arduino together (I have some) like the Dexter Industries’ BrickPi that plugs you into the Lego bricosystem or their Arduberry which brings Arduino shield connectors out the top of the board.

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Reddit: Not well known ubuntu based distros for low spec 64bit pc?

Wednesday 7th of January 2015 11:29:13 PM

So, I have an Asus laptop that has a dual core 1.5ghz processor. It's 4gbs of ram and is a 64bit system. It recently stopped working properly with windows (Crashing after sleep), and I have switched back to linux on it. I have tried all the normal ones (Xubuntu, ubuntu, zorin, kubuntu, mint, ect...), and haven't really found one to my taste. Are there any not super well known ubuntu based distros that you might recommend trying out?

submitted by nathanpollon
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LXer: Intel Compute Stick will run Linux

Wednesday 7th of January 2015 10:58:48 PM
In today's open source roundup: A version of Intel's new Compute Stick will offer Linux. Plus: Upcoming distro releases in 2015, and a screenshot tour of PCLinuxOS 2014.12 MATE.

TuxMachines: Quiz: Name the Linux distro

Wednesday 7th of January 2015 10:44:34 PM

Take our quiz and test your knowledge of desktop Linux.

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Reddit: N00b here, on my Ubuntu Server box I have to hit space every time after I enter parentheses if I want them to show. Why?

Wednesday 7th of January 2015 10:31:56 PM

I set this up to run a LAMP server, my Dad suggested since it's my first real Linux adventure that I use a GUI and the terminal. So I've been using both and no matter where I want to enter it I have to enter it like I normally would then hit space for it to show.

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TuxMachines: Clonezilla Live Helps Users to Backup Their Systems

Wednesday 7th of January 2015 10:23:00 PM

Clonezilla Live, a Linux distribution based on DRBL, Partclone, and udpcast that allows users to do a lot or maintenance and recovery work, has been upgraded to version 2.3.2-5 and is now ready for download and testing.

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TuxMachines: Unity 8 and Mir Are Getting Some Awesome Features for the Desktop

Wednesday 7th of January 2015 10:20:18 PM

The developers from Canonical don't work exclusively on Ubuntu, they also have a number of other projects in the works, including the Mir display server and Unity 8.

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Reddit: UNIX Inodes and Files (Harry)

Wednesday 7th of January 2015 10:15:18 PM
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TuxMachines: Ubuntu 15.04 (Vivid Vervet) Is Now Based on Linux Kernel 3.18

Wednesday 7th of January 2015 09:54:45 PM

Things have been rather quiet on the Ubuntu 15.04 (Vivid Vervet) front, but that is about to change. The developers have already implemented Linux kernel 3.18 and they are also tracking the Linux kernel 3.19.x branch.

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Reddit: Is the Odroid C1 capable of playing HEVC and VP9 media?

Wednesday 7th of January 2015 09:54:04 PM

I was just wondering whether the Odroid C1 was able to play the "next-gen" codecs VP9 and HEVC. Does someone already own one and can try to play those? It would be really interesting for me because I want to replace my Raspberry with an C1 and it would be nice to be able to compress my video library.

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TuxMachines: 4MRescueKit 11.0 Beta Is a Complete Solution to Recover, Backup, and Partition Your PC

Wednesday 7th of January 2015 09:49:17 PM

4MRescueKit is a new Linux distro that is actually a collection of powerful tools covering pretty much all the operations that can be done from outside the OS, like partitioning or file recovery.

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BackBox Linux 4.1 Is a Powerful Penetration Testing Distro Based on Ubuntu 14.04.1

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Airdroid - Transfer Files Between Android Phones/Tablets And Linux (Any Distribution)

 
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If You Like the Terminal, You Will Love the Terminal-Only Alpine Linux OS

Security-oriented, lightweight Linux distribution Alpine Linux is based on based on musl libc and Busybox, which make up the terminal, has been upgraded once more and is now available for download. Read more

Android Wear just got very, very smart

Google's Android Wear software just got smart - very smart - simply because it integrates Google Now top to bottom. With an update to Google Now comes an update to Android Wear, and what we're seeing today is an explosive update that'll make the suggestions for directions and sports scores you've been getting so far seem like drops in a barrel of friendly, and I daresay helpful, updates from apps of all kinds. Everything from eBay auction updates to the ability to "Download Venice" - all on your wrist, very soon. Read more