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TuxMachines: Wine 2.1 Development Release

Saturday 4th of February 2017 06:37:10 AM

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Reddit: quick question for XFCE.

Saturday 4th of February 2017 05:20:13 AM

I'n XFCE, how can I get a widget to stay in place?, I use the Window buttons to switch between windows, and if I close a program, that widget shrinks to the left, and it brings the widget to it's right along with it.

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Phoronix: OpenGL Shader Cache Support For RadeonSI Is Making Progress

Saturday 4th of February 2017 05:02:29 AM
Last week we reported that Collabora developer Timothy Arceri would be trying to support Mesa's OpenGL shader cache with RadeonSI while since then work has begun to materialize...

TuxMachines: The February 2017 issue of the PCLinuxOS Magazine

Saturday 4th of February 2017 04:37:35 AM

The PCLinuxOS Magazine staff is pleased to announce the release of the February 2017 issue. With the exception of a brief period in 2009, The PCLinuxOS Magazine has been published on a monthly basis since September, 2006. The PCLinuxOS Magazine is a product of the PCLinuxOS community, published by volunteers from the community.

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Reddit: Help with gpu drivers

Saturday 4th of February 2017 04:34:11 AM

I have a Asus x550vx-mh71 running ubuntu 16.10.

If I run with the nvidia driver I get stuck in a loop and can't log on. If I use the generic nvidia driver the system works but the graphics are choppy and slow.

Far as I can tell the kernel doesn't see the intel video chipset so that's not an option in additional drivers.

Does anyone have a suggestion about getting the intel gpu detected?

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LXer: A comprehensive guide to taking screenshots in Linux using gnome-screenshot

Saturday 4th of February 2017 03:58:01 AM
There are several screenshot taking tools available in the market but most of them are GUI based. If you spend time working on the Linux command line, and are looking for a good, feature-rich command line-based screen grabbing tool, you may want to try out gnome-screenshot. In this tutorial, I will explain this utility using easy to understand examples.

Reddit: network-online.target not working as expected? Or do I need something else?

Saturday 4th of February 2017 02:40:02 AM

I have an application called reflector that updates pacman's mirror list for Arch Linux. I have it set to run automatically weekly via a service provided as an example in the Arch Wiki. However, I've noticed that this service has failed in all instances.

It turns out that journactl reported that it could not connect to the internet every time the service was initiated. This is certainly because networkmanager doesn't connect to the internet fast enough (I often find myself having Firefox autostarted on login with tabs that fail to load because the system is still trying to connect to the internet). So I did some reading and it seems like I needed network-online.target to make is so that the service starts after I have connected to the internet. For some reason it's still not working (it still says it's unable to retrieve the mirrors because it failed to establish a connection). Below is my service and a timer that runs it weekly.

reflector.service:

[Unit] Description=Pacman mirrorlist update Requires=network-online.target After=network-online.target [Service] Type=oneshot ExecStart=/usr/bin/reflector --protocol https --latest 20 --fastest 20 --sort score --save /etc/pacman.d/mirrorlist

and reflector.timer:

[Unit] Description=Run reflector weekly [Timer] OnCalendar=weekly RandomizedDelaySec=12h Persistent=true [Install] WantedBy=timers.target

And help is much appreciated. I've been having this issue for so long and it's frustrating after trying so many times.

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LXer: 10 Best Linux Task Managers

Saturday 4th of February 2017 02:32:14 AM
One of the most important things for Linux users is the task management, because all operating systems have mistakes, and Linux isn’t the exception yet. Sometimes, I have troubles with specific applications that collapse and the processes do not stop, it’s very weird, but sometimes it happens. So I use Linux task manager, find the process and finally, I kill it.

Reddit: Red Hat Linux Commercial

Saturday 4th of February 2017 02:09:20 AM

Reddit: Trying to start on linux.

Saturday 4th of February 2017 01:53:33 AM

OK so I'm working at a web hosting company that is solely Linux based, I've learned a few things, like how to read most of any specific man pages, how to use the terminal, some of the root folders and log locations in Linux, and some bin dirs as well as a small amount of SSH commands, as well as the difference between SSH, terminal, and ftp and a bunch of other things, but mostly centered around newbie performance tips, such as using top to isolate the process I'd, and then going into proc/process-id/maps to possibly determine what it does and if it should be killed. (Process-id is a substitute for random process numbers)

The catch is that I've kinda hit a wall and I'd like to not go through it or above it, but to tear it down. So far I've been asking questions, and I've bought a few books, like on the humble bundle from a coupe months ago. I bought a physical copy of the Linux Bible eighth edition , and a complete introduction of the Linux command line and I'll be reading those in my offtime at work. Does anyone have any advice on how I'd be able to tear down that wall, given the above information?

Thank you for your time.

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LXer: Find Fedora at FOSDEM 2017!

Saturday 4th of February 2017 01:06:28 AM
It’s that time of year again for a new iteration of FOSDEM! FOSDEM, or the Free and Open Source Software Developers’ European Meeting, is held every year in late January or early February in Brussels, Belgium. FOSDEM 2017 is taking... Continue Reading →

Reddit: Should I switch to Linux?

Saturday 4th of February 2017 12:52:23 AM

Hey guys I was on r/linux a while ago and asked what would be a good distro for someone new like me. I still haven't chosen yet because I was planning to put it on my laptop but something inside the laptop is stopping it. I'm planning to put linux on my gaming pc. What would be a good distro for users that play games. Also I know that not all games will run on linux and there are some games that I play on windows that run on linux. I play mainly H1Z1, DOOM, Rocket League, and other titles I know that won't run on linux. Would it be worth to transfer to linux or should I just stay on windows until the time comes. I'm interested in Linux and theres alot of Distros to choose from but I want to be able to play my games without having to worry or sweat about.

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Phoronix: Clear Linux's Latest Performance-Optimizing Effort: Greater PHP Performance

Friday 3rd of February 2017 11:51:22 PM
Developers working on Intel's Clear Linux distribution have taken to performance tuning of their stock PHP packages during their migration from PHP5 to PHP7...

Reddit: Getting error on fresh Ubuntu install

Friday 3rd of February 2017 11:41:33 PM

I get the error 0.25147 Ignoring BGRT: failed to map image memory.

Did I make the ISO wrong or what do you all think is happening? I googled and found little info.

Booting from ISO USB drive.

Thanks!

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LXer: How to Install Jupyter on an Ubuntu 16.04 VPS

Friday 3rd of February 2017 11:40:41 PM
Jupyter Notebook is an open source, interactive web app that you can use to create documents that contain live code, equations, visualizations and explanatory text.

Phoronix: Git 2.12.0-rc0 Released With Various Improvements

Friday 3rd of February 2017 11:31:26 PM
Coincidentally on the same day as Microsoft announcing the Git Virtual File-System, upstream Git developers have announced their first release candidate of the upcoming Git 2.12 milestone...

Reddit: Fish Shell 2.5.0 released

Friday 3rd of February 2017 11:12:41 PM

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