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Intel has confirmed their plans for a discrete GPU to release in 2020

Wednesday 13th of June 2018 07:00:00 PM

GamingOnLInux: \Intel has now officially confirmed that they will release a discrete GPU that will be available in 2020.

Docker Advances Container Platform for the Multi-Cloud World

Wednesday 13th of June 2018 06:00:00 PM

eWEEK: At DockerCon 18, Docker Inc announces technology previews for multi-cloud federation capabilities and a new template based graphical user interface for developers on the desktop.

Common Firewall Rules and Commands in iptables

Wednesday 13th of June 2018 05:00:00 PM

Iptables contains five tables: raw, filter, nat, mangle and security. Each table consist of chains.

Better API testing with the OpenAPI Specification

Wednesday 13th of June 2018 04:00:00 PM

Contract testing with the OpenAPI Specification assists in creating an accurate API implementation.

What version of Linux am I running?

Wednesday 13th of June 2018 03:00:00 PM

Get these quick commands to figure out what Linux kernel version and distribution your system is running.

Top 30 Best Ubuntu Themes That Will Blow Your Mind

Wednesday 13th of June 2018 02:00:00 PM

 FOSSmint: Over the last year, we covered different themes for Ubuntu; most of them being GTK themes inspired by material design and flat design

3 open source alternatives to Adobe Lightroom

Wednesday 13th of June 2018 12:00:00 PM

Photographers: Check out these options for raw image processors without Lightroom's baggage.

How to partition a disk in Linux

Wednesday 13th of June 2018 11:00:00 AM

Learn how to use the 'parted' command to partition storage devices in Linux.

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Kubuntu 18.04 Bionic Beaver upgrades - Results!

A month later, two upgrades later, Kubuntu 18.04 Bionic Beaver is a nicer distribution than what I tested shortly after its official release. But then, it's not perfect. The older box with the Nvidia card returned better results overall, although there were some niggles. On the multi-boot laptop, I wasn't too happy with the slow-boot issue, although this is NOT a Kubuntu-specific problem, as you will learn in a few days. But it still does not give me the razor-sharp confidence I need and expect from an LTS. In general, Ubuntu-family upgrades are reasonably robust, but they can still be more streamlined, including package removal, third-party repos and odd glitches here and there. I wonder how I'd have felt if I tested Beaver fresh, right now. Alas, I cannot delete the memory of my first encounter. With Trusty, it was just right. Here, it might be right, and I may even end up using - and loving - Plasma Bionic in my prod setup, but it will never be the amazing chemistry I had with 14.04. But if you're wondering, by all means, worth testing and upgrading, and the post-release Kubuntu Beaver is a pretty slick and tight distro. If I had to judge in isolation, i.e. no early-May scars, then when I combine performance, looks, fonts, media, hardware support, and such, 'tis really neat. Something like 9/10. Now, just waiting for the Men In Black mind-zapping eraser thingie, so I can be blissfully happy. And we're done. Read more

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