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LXer: Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 & CentOS 6 Patched Against Spectre V4, Lazy FPU Flaws

2 hours 23 min ago
Users of the Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 and CentOS Linux 6 operating system series received important kernel security updates that patch some recently discovered vulnerabilities.

Reddit: @Mostly_Linux on #Mostly_Gaming Podcast Episode 0.16

3 hours 46 min ago

Small Talk:

This week we're sporting Antergos 18.7 Gnome

Thanks for listening to our barely audible Northen Ontario Podcast


Overwatch Playoffs in full swing


Notes by Firefox (beta) | DXVK Playable Games List | It's Foss 31 Top Free Linux Games | Nvidia GeForce Now Needs a Linux Client | Pillars of Eternity is not Broken | James Ohlen has been liberated from EA |

What's New

Warhammer 40,000 Gladius

Arma 3 Linux version

What We've Been Playing

Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age

Pillars of Eternity II: Deadfire (reboot)

Focus On (Gaming Overload)

Obsessive--compulsive behaviour?

Are Publishers feeding into this?

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Reddit: Test Linux Operating Systems Online

4 hours 55 min ago

In this website you will find a selection of operating systems,which you can test online without installation in the simplest way.

There are no restrictions here: You can use all functions of the system, Uninstall and install software, test installed programs and even delete or format the hard disk or system files...

You will see an overview of all installed and working operating systems.

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LXer: How to create a custom Ubuntu ISO with Cubic

5 hours 18 min ago
If you're looking to build a custom Linux disk image that's based on Ubuntu, Cubic makes it easy. Here's what you need to know.

Reddit: Suggestions for Linux Server Distros

6 hours 5 min ago

I am looking around for the best Linux server distro, I am new the Linux server distro scene. I've googled around, but I would like to get a opinion from actual users.

I was thinking Ubuntu Server? Please tell me your thoughts, FYI, I come from the Windows world, so I know I am walking into the lions den here.

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Reddit: Options for web browsers without X

6 hours 39 min ago

Haven't seen an updated list in a long time and searches really just lean towards netsurf. Anyone know of any other alternatives for graphical web browsers without the X environment?

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Phoronix: Catfish Search Utility Joins The Xfce Project

6 hours 52 min ago
The Catfish search utility now officially lives under the Xfce umbrella...

Phoronix: PDS-MQ CPU Scheduler Revised For The Linux 4.17 Kernel With Minor Optimizations

7 hours 3 min ago
Alfred Chen announced this week the release of PDS-mq 0.98s, his latest patch-set of this CPU scheduler against the Linux 4.17 upstream code-base and includes minor optimization work and bug fixes...

LXer: Debian GNU/Linux 9.5 "Stretch" Is Now Available with 100 Security Updates

7 hours 12 min ago
The Debian Project announced today the release of the fifth maintenance update to the stable Debian GNU/Linux 9 "Stretch" operating system series.

Reddit: New to linux. Advice needed

7 hours 34 min ago

So I'm trying to resurrect an old laptop that has become so slow it's barely useable.

Its all old Toshiba satellite n10a. 4bg ram. Celeron chip (i think)

I installed Ubuntu on it but it stuggled even with that so I moved on to lubuntu and it works nice and fast.

I'm struggling to learn how to use it most effectively. I'm having problems with the 'start bar' as the icons have disappeared. I also am struggling with mirroring my display.

My questions are:

  1. Have I chosen the right linux version for my needs? Does anyone have any better suggestions?

  2. How do I persuade it to dual boot with Windows 10?

  3. What's the best way to learn the ins and outs of a new system like this. I've been on Windows my whole life and this is a new challenge. I can manage installing packages and stuff like that but I keep running into problems when I try to do the simplest stuff.

Any advice is greatfully received. Thanks

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Phoronix: NIR Continues To Be Prepped For OpenCL Support

8 hours 21 min ago
Longtime Nouveau contributor Karol Herbst who joined Red Hat several months ago has been working on Nouveau NIR support as stepping towards SPIR-V/compute support and this summer the work very much remains an active target...

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openSUSE Tumbleweed Users Get LibreOffice 6.1, Mozilla Firefox 61, and FFmpeg 4

The month of July 2018 was pretty busy for the openSUSE Tumbleweed development team, and the first two weeks of the month already delivered dozens of updates and security fixes. openSUSE developer Dominique Leuenberger reports that a total of nine snapshots have been released in July 2018 for the openSUSE Tumbleweed Linux operating system series, which follows a rolling release model where users install once and receive updates forever. As expected, these 9 snapshots bring numerous updates and bugfixes. Read more

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Linux Kernel/Foundation

  • Linux Foundation Brings Power of Open Source to Energy Sector
    The Linux Foundation launched on July 12 its latest effort—LF Energy, an open-source coalition for the energy and power management sector. The LF Energy coalition is being backed by French transmission system operation RTE, Vanderbilt University and the European Network of Transmission System Operators (ENTSO-E). With LF Energy, the Linux Foundation is aiming to replicate the success it has seen in other sectors, including networking, automotive, financial services and cloud computing.
  • Marek Squeezes More Performance Out Of RadeonSI In CPU-Bound Scenarios
    AMD's leading open-source RadeonSI Gallium3D developer, Marek Olšák, sent out a new patch series this week aiming to benefit this Radeon OpenGL driver's performance in CPU-bound scenarios. The patch series is a set of command submission optimizations aimed to help trivial CPU-bound benchmarks to varying extents. In the very trivial glxgears, the patch series is able to improve the maximum frame-rates by around 10%.
  • Intel Sends In A Final Batch Of DRM Feature Updates Targeting Linux 4.19
    After several big feature pull requests of new "i915" Intel DRM driver features landing in DRM-Next for Linux 4.19, the Intel open-source developers have sent in what they believe to be their last batch of feature changes for queuing this next kernel cycle.