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Reddit: GPU Passthrough Thing.

1 hour 17 min ago

Total moron here. How do I set up the GPU passthrough thing using KVM and what kind of hardware do I need to make it work. Explain like I'm 5. Assume I know nothing.

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LXer: How To Install Sublime Text 3 Stable In Linux

1 hour 27 min ago
All the developers out there love Sublime Text. It has been emerging as a great text editor for learners and advanced. It is available on Linux, Mac OS and Windows. Sublime text offers features like macros, recognition of a wide variety of languages, split view etc. The editor can also be customized using different themes. Some of these themes are already popular through Notepad++.

TuxMachines: Control Or Consensus?

2 hours 6 min ago

In a recent conversation on the Apache Legal mailing list, a participant opined that “any license can be Open Source. OSI doesn’t ‘own’ the term.” He went on to explain “I could clone the Apache License and call it ‘Greg’s License’ and it would be an open source license.”

As long as the only people involved in the conversation are the speaker and people who defer to his authority, this might be OK. But as soon as there are others involved, it’s not. For the vast majority of people, the term “open source license” is not a personal conclusion resulting from considered evaluation, but rather a term of art applied to the consensus of the community. Individuals are obviously free to use words however they wish, just like Humpty Dumpty. But the power of the open source movement over two decades has arisen from a different approach.

The world before open source left every developer to make their own decision about whether software was under a license that delivers the liberty to use, improve and share code without seeking the permission of a rights holder. Inevitably that meant either uncertainty or seeking advice from a lawyer about the presence of software freedom. The introduction of the open source concept around the turn of the millennium solved that using the crystalisation of consensus to empower developers.

By holding a public discussion of each license around the Open Source Definition, a consensus emerged that could then by crystalised by the OSI Board. Once crystalised into “OSI Approval”, the community then has no need to revisit the discussion and the individual developer has no need to guess (or to buy advice) on the compatibility of a given license with software freedom. That in turn means proceeding with innovation or deployment without delay.

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Phoronix: Radeon GPU Profiler 1.03 Released

2 hours 24 min ago
AMD's GPUOpen initiative has put out a new release of their Windows and Linux supported Radeon GPU Profiler program for profiling Vulkan (and Direct3D 12) games...

LXer: Google Quietly Releases Chrome 62 to Stable Channel for Linux, Mac, and Windows

2 hours 41 min ago
Google quietly promoted the Chrome 62 web browser to the stable channel today for desktops, including Mac, GNU/Linux, and Microsoft Windows platforms.

Phoronix: Trying Out System76's Pop!_OS Ubuntu-Based Operating System

2 hours 54 min ago
Besides Ubuntu 17.10 "Artful Aardvark" launching tomorrow, System76 is also expected to issue their first official release of the Ubuntu-derived Pop!_OS operating system they plan to begin shipping on their laptops/desktops. Curious about their modifications to Ubuntu 17.10, I decided to give the latest snapshot of it a ride.

Reddit: Some help required (Apache in Fedora 25)

3 hours 17 min ago

So i got this task where i have to create 2 virtual hosts on the ports 31337 & 1201. The server uses as name <youfirstname>.local I have literally no clue how to do this since i've tried over 10 different guides/tutorials and they all seem to fail. Is anyone able to help me out?


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Reddit: Did you know that you can use tab-autocomplete on scp?

3 hours 38 min ago

I just found out that you can autocomplete paths with tab when typing an scp command, if you already have an authentication to the remote server, i.e. in my case when you have a valid kerberos ticket.

I've been using ssh for like 10 years now and did not know that. Thought I would share it with you.

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Reddit: User of free software here, I've always appreciated the freedom it offers to mess with my devices/machines and the fact it makes the source code available for educational purposes but never understood the integralism of the FSF with the copyleft/G

3 hours 50 min ago

I agree the source code should be always visible to make sure the program doesn't hide malicious functionalities but why is a developer supposed to allow modifications and free redistribution of its code in order to respect freedom? I know it's great and laudable in an ideal world but imo it doesn't work in the real one. Why is making your code only visible not enough for how you mean freedom?

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LXer: How to create an e-book chapter template in LibreOffice Writer

3 hours 55 min ago
For many people, using a word processor is the fastest, easiest, and most familiar way to write and publish an e-book. But firing up your word processor and typing away isn't enough—you need to follow a format.That's where a template comes in. A template ensures that your book has a consistent look and feel. Luckily, creating a template is quick and easy, and the time and effort you spend on it will give you a better-looking more

Reddit: Are there any good and light Operating Systems for MacBooks?

4 hours 6 min ago

I have a 2016 12 inch MacBook. I really love this machine but every now and then when switching between desktops or between tabs the system hangs and it really ruins the experience for me. I bought this machine for its great user experience and the superb build quality really lives up to the hype. It also looks amazing to me. I feel though that the 1.1GHz processor just can't handle the load sometimes.

So I'm wondering if there are any good, low resource, operating systems that are configured for MacBooks or ones that are simple to configure myself.

My hopes here would be to install a new, lighter, OS that can make use of the Mac keyboard layout and will just be less intensive for the CPU so that I don't have to endure the OS hanging.

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Reddit: Why do 3D Modelling Software Companies hate Linux?

4 hours 15 min ago

There are some neat and impressive opensource 3D Modelling Softwares out there. FreeCAD, OpenSCAD to name a couple.

The big players have no Linux options. Solidworks, Creo and Catia, as far as I can see do not run on any disto. They can be run on virtualized Windows Systems, but that is likely to suffer from major performance issues if it can run at all.

So I ask, why no Linux support Solidworks, Creo and Catia? (Catia apparently will run on Unix, so perhaps BSD could run it).

Anyone successful and running the major modelers on Linux?

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Phoronix: Chrome 62 Promoted To Stable

4 hours 36 min ago
Google has released Chromium/Chrome 62 as the latest update to its widely-used web browser...

LXer: Docker Accelerates App Migration to Containers with IBM Partnership

5 hours 10 min ago
At the DockerCon EU conference, container vendor outlines successes and launches new partnership with IBM to help organizations move from legacy architectures to the microservices future.

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