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Linux Filesystem Events with inotify

Tuesday 9th of January 2018 04:00:00 PM

LinuxJournal: Triggering scripts with incron and systemd.

Benchmarking Linux With The Retpoline Patches For Spectre

Tuesday 9th of January 2018 03:00:00 PM

Phoronix: While the Kernel Page Table Isolation (KPTI) patches were quick to land in the mainline Linux kernel for addressing the Meltdown CPU vulnerability, the "Retpoline" patches are still being worked on

How to Install Docker CE on Your Desktop

Tuesday 9th of January 2018 02:00:00 PM Follow these simple steps to install Docker CE on your Linux, Mac, or Windows desktop.

Rethinking your open source use policy

Tuesday 9th of January 2018 01:00:00 PM

InfoWorld: Actionable insights on balancing security and speed

You GNOME it: Windows and Apple devs get a compelling reason to turn to Linux

Tuesday 9th of January 2018 12:00:00 PM

The Register: Add in Flatpak/Snap and it could be a revolution

xsos : a tool to read sosreport in RHEL/CentOS

Tuesday 9th of January 2018 07:00:00 AM

kerneltalks: xsos tool is a tool coded to read sosreport on Linux systems.

How to install or upgrade PHP version to PHP 7

Tuesday 9th of January 2018 03:00:00 AM

 LinuxTechLab: Do you know how to update to PHP 7?

GNU Aspell - A Free, Open Source And Independent Spell Checker

Monday 8th of January 2018 11:00:00 PM

ostechnix: GNU Aspell will suggest the possible replacement for your misspelled words in a word/document in Linux.

SuperTux: A Linux Take on Super Mario Game

Monday 8th of January 2018 10:00:00 PM

 ITsfoss: Lots of great games on Linux to enjoy.

30 Linux System Monitoring Tools Every SysAdmin Should Know

Monday 8th of January 2018 09:00:00 PM

Nixcraft: Need to monitor Linux server performance? Try these built-in commands and a few add-on tools.

Price tag for Munich's switch from Linux to Windows: 100 Million

Monday 8th of January 2018 08:00:00 PM

el Reg: Munich City officials could waste 100m Euro reversing a 15-year process that replaced proprietary software with open source following an official vote last year.

Ubuntu 17.04, the Last Release with Unity 7, Reaches End of Life on January 13

Monday 8th of January 2018 05:00:00 PM

Canonical urges all Ubuntu 17.04 users to update their installations to the latest Ubuntu 17.10 release, as it won't release patches for Meltdown and Spectre bugs.

How Hackers Can Read Your Websites' Passwords Using Meltdown And Spectre [With Solution]

Monday 8th of January 2018 04:00:00 PM

Everyone is talking about Meltdown and Spectre, the two security flaws found in Intel, AMD(less vulnerable) and ARM CPUs.

An introduction to Eclipse MicroProfile

Monday 8th of January 2018 03:00:00 PM - learn about the Java microprofile project.

Learn to use Wget command with 12 examples

Monday 8th of January 2018 02:00:00 PM

Every now & then we have to download files from internet, its easy id you are using GUI but CLI it can be a bit difficult

Linux 4.15 rc7

Monday 8th of January 2018 01:00:00 PM

Linus Torvalds: Ok, we had an interesting week, and by now everybody knows why we were merging all those odd x86 page table isolation patches without following all of the normal release timing rules.

SoftMaker for Linux Is a Solid Microsoft Office Alternative

Monday 8th of January 2018 06:00:00 AM

LinuxInsider: SoftMaker Office could be a first-class professional-strength replacement for Microsoft Office on the Linux desktop.

And we return to Munich's migration back to Windo- it's going to cost what now?! €100m!

Monday 8th of January 2018 02:00:00 AM

el Reg: Why are you doing this?

Ansible: the Automation Framework That Thinks Like a Sysadmin

Sunday 7th of January 2018 10:00:00 PM

LinuxJournal: The truth is that Ansible doesn't really care how you set up the SSH system; it will utilize whatever configuration you have.

More in Tux Machines

Librem 5 Phone Progress Report

  • Librem 5 Phone Progress Report – The First of Many More to Come!
    First, let me apologize for the silence. It was not because we went into hibernation for the winter, but because we were so busy in the initial preparation and planning of a totally new product while orienting an entirely new development team. Since we are more settled into place now, we want to change this pattern of silence and provide regular updates. Purism will be giving weekly news update posts every Tuesday, rotating between progress on phone development from a technology viewpoint (the hardware, kernel, OS, etc.) and an art of design viewpoint (UI/UX from GNOME/GTK to KDE/Plasma). To kickoff this new update process, this post will discus the technological progress of the Librem 5 since November of 2017.
  • Purism Eyeing The i.MX8M For The Librem 5 Smartphone, Issues First Status Update
    If you have been curious about the state of Purism's Librem 5 smartphone project since its successful crowdfunding last year and expedited plans to begin shipping this Linux smartphone in early 2019, the company has issued their first status update.

Benchmarking Retpoline-Enabled GCC 8 With -mindirect-branch=thunk

We have looked several times already at the performance impact of Retpoline support in the Linux kernel, but what about building user-space packages with -mindirect-branch=thunk? Here is the performance cost to building some performance tests in user-space with -mindirect-branch=thunk and -mindirect-branch=thunk-inline. Read more

An introduction to Inkscape for absolute beginners

Inkscape is a powerful, open source desktop application for creating two-dimensional scalable vector graphics. Although it's primarily an illustration tool, Inkscape is used for a wide range of computer graphic tasks. The variety of what can be done with Inkscape is vast and sometimes surprising. It is used to make diagrams, logos, programmatic marketing materials, web graphics, and even for paper scrapbooking. People also draw game sprites, produce banners, posters, and brochures. Others use Inkscape to draft web design mockups, detail layouts for printed circuit boards, or produce outline files to send to laser cutting equipment. Read more

Behind the scenes with Pop!_OS Linux

In October, Linux PC maker System76 released its homegrown version of Linux, Pop!_OS, giving users the choice between its legacy Ubuntu operating system or the new Pop!_OS flavor of Linux. Recently gave away a System76 laptop with Pop!_OS installed, which made me curious about the company and this new version of Linux, so I spoke with Cassidy James Blaede, Pop!_OS's user experience (UX) designer. Blaede joined System76 in 2014, fresh out of college at the University of Northern Iowa and marriage to his wife, Katie. While in college, he co-founded the elementary OS project and interned at UX consultancy Visual Logic, both of which influenced his work for System76. He started at System76 as a front-end developer and was later promoted to UX architect. Read more