scribblesandsnaps: Did you know that you can assign categories to albums in digiKam?
Raspberry Pi enthusiasts started the week with some welcome news: A Raspberry Pi 2 Model B SBC that is claimed to be six times faster than previous versions is available for the same $35 price.
Every year Linux fans wait for the results of LinuxQuestions.org Member Choice Award Winners and today the end of 2014 results are in. What was the favorite distribution this year? Which was the most used messenger these days? Who brings the best office suite or desktop environment? You might be surprised.
Microsoft is working very hard on Windows 10 and it's baking everything on the success of this new operating system. This prompted some voices in the community that it's the end of the Linux desktop, whatever that means, but I'm here to tell you that's not really the case.
The latest version of the stable Linux kernel, 3.14.31, has been announced by Greg Kroah-Hartman, and this is the most advanced long-term support branch of the kernel.
Email clients have long been a necessary evil for anybody living in the information age. I have yet to find an email client that I like. Tolerate, yes. But not like. I have found web browsers that I like, note taking programs that I like, even text editors that I love. But email remains the proverbial thorn in my desktop side.
For years now I’ve been using Mozilla’s Thunderbird, because while I don’t actually like it, it’s the one I hate the least. It has been stable and reliable all this time, something that couldn’t be said for the Evolution client it replaced. But it had flaws, and plenty of them. The biggest of which, in my opinion, is that it is slow. Not only is it slow when I’m doing something with it, it’s somehow even slow when I’m not doing anything.
Simplicity Linux, a Linux distribution based on Slacko that uses the LXDE desktop, has reached version 15.1 and is now available for download and testing.
I am thrilled to be joining OPNFV as its Director of NFV working directly with those who are committed to advancing open source NFV for all. I am excited about this organization, this technology, this community, and what the future holds for NFV.
Trying to create an upstart script that will handle between 3 and 4 python apps. Each group of them is handling one client so if any of them stop upstart needs to restart them. Is this do able?
Here is a list of the commands
CONFIG="main.settings.ClientConfig" python /var/client/app/clock.py &> /var/log/client/client-clock.log CONFIG="main.settings.clientConfig" python /var/client/app/worker.py &> /var/log/client/client-worker.log CONFIG="main.settings.clientConfig" python /var/client/app/worker.py &> /var/log/client/client-worker.log CONFIG="main.settings.clientConfig" python /var/client/app/worker.py &> /var/log/client/client-worker.logsubmitted by GiZiM
Is possible to make a system backup and create like a image of the OS to install in another PC? i'm using linux mint and my laptop is dying, but i've installed like a million of things and i don't want to install all of them in the desktop, there's a way to take all the files and software and put them in another pc? Sorry bad english.submitted by Crs_Eloy
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