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How to find fan speed in Linux for CPU and GPU

Wednesday 13th of November 2019 11:00:00 PM

 nixcraft: What commands I need to type to find out fan speed for GPU and CPU in Linux?

Kubernetes: 3 ways to get started

Wednesday 13th of November 2019 10:00:00 PM

EnterprisersProject: How can you get started with Kubernetes?

Batch removal of spaces in filenames via the Ubuntu command line

Wednesday 13th of November 2019 09:00:00 PM

Learn two ways for you to remove spaces from your filenames

How To Hide Mounted Drives From The Dock On Ubuntu 19.10 (And Newer)

Wednesday 13th of November 2019 08:00:00 PM

With Ubuntu 19.10, the dock shows mounted volume and device icons by default.

Leasing routable IP addresses with Podman containers

Wednesday 13th of November 2019 07:00:00 PM

Container networking doesn't have to be overly complicated

How To Fully Update And Upgrade Offline Debian-based Systems

Wednesday 13th of November 2019 06:00:00 PM

 ostechnix: Using apt-offline, we can fully update/upgrade the Debian-based system without having to connect it to the Internet.

"Wireshark For The Terminal" Termshark 2.0 Adds Stream Reassembly, Piped Input And Dark Mode

Wednesday 13th of November 2019 05:00:00 PM

LinuxUprising: Termshark, a Wireshark-like terminal interface for TShark written in Go, was updated to version 2.0.0

A Musical Tour of Hints and Tools for Debugging Host Networks

Wednesday 13th of November 2019 04:00:00 PM

As with many debugging situations, digging into and resolving a network-based problem can seem like a lot of pure guess and magic.

Getting Started With ZFS Filesystem on Ubuntu 19.10

Wednesday 13th of November 2019 03:00:00 PM

ItsFOSS: Ubuntu 19.10 gives the ability to install use ZFS on root.

How to Mount ISO File on Linux

Wednesday 13th of November 2019 03:00:00 AM

Learn how to mount ISO files on Linux.

Learn how to mount ISO files on Linux.

The Many Features of the KDE Plasma 5.18 LTS Desktop Environment

Tuesday 12th of November 2019 11:00:00 PM

With the KDE Plasma 5.17 release out the door last month, it's time to take a closer look at the new features and improvements coming to KDE Plasma 5.18

Four Ways to Open the Terminal in Debian

Tuesday 12th of November 2019 10:00:00 PM

This article explains some simple ways that you can use through your keyboard, mouse control. or both, in order to open the Debian Terminal application

How to Create Affinity and Anti-Affinity Policy in OpenStack

Tuesday 12th of November 2019 09:00:00 PM

Learn how to create affinity and anti-affinity policies for openstack instances

Linking Linux system automation to the bottom line

Tuesday 12th of November 2019 08:00:00 PM

You'd think it would be easy to convince management that automation saves money.

Fedora 31 and Control Group v2

Tuesday 12th of November 2019 07:00:00 PM

Fedora 31 contains a new version of control groups, which allow for allocating resources among user-defined processes on a system.

Ubuntu 20.04 LTS and Debian GNU/Linux 11 "Bullseye" Progress on Python 2 Removal

Tuesday 12th of November 2019 06:00:00 PM

softpedia: The removal of an older Python implementation from an entire operating system system and its software repositories is a major deal for any OS vendor

Shortwave Internet Radio Player For Linux Has Its First Beta Release

Tuesday 12th of November 2019 05:00:00 PM

LinuxUprising: Shortwave, the successor of Gradio, had it first beta release over the weekend.

How To Delete Local and Remote Tags on Git

Tuesday 12th of November 2019 04:00:00 PM

On Git, tags are often used in order to tag specific commits that may be more important than others.

How To Use Spell Check Feature In Vim Text Editor

Tuesday 12th of November 2019 03:00:00 PM

If you're a programmer who edits lots of text, then the spell check feature might be quite useful.

Essential System Tools: TLP power management package

Tuesday 12th of November 2019 02:00:00 PM

If you use Linux on a notebook, TLP is for you.

More in Tux Machines

New version of LibreOffice Impress Remote for Android

We often talk about the desktop version of LibreOffice on this blog, but our community is working on mobile tools as well. For instance, the LibreOffice Impress Remote lets you interact with your slideshow presentation from your Android device – including slide previews, speaker notes, and more. Read more

Red Hat: Fedora BoF at Ohio LinuxFest 2019, Technical Projects and More

  • Fedora BoF at Ohio LinuxFest 2019

    I held a Fedora Birds-of-a-Feather (BoF) session at Ohio LinuxFest in Columbus, Ohio on November 1. Ohio LinuxFest is a regional conference for free and open source software professionals and enthusiasts. Since it’s just a few hours drive from my house, it seemed like an obvious event for me to attend. We had a great turnout and a lively conversation of the course of an hour. The session started a little slowly as many people were still in the keynote. But a few minutes later, the room was nearly full. I didn’t take a count, but at the peak, we probably had about two dozen attendees. Some were existing Fedora users and some were there to learn more about Fedora. I didn’t plan any particular content, since I wanted to let the group drive the discussion based on what was interesting to them. We ended up talking about documentation a fair amount. Two of the attendees created a FAS account that weekend so they can start contributing to the docs! Several more claimed the OLF BoF badge, and I sent them all a follow-up email directing them to the Join SIG’s Welcome page. In addition to docs, we talked about the general Fedora release process—how we determine our schedule and how we decide when to release. I brought some USB sticks with Fedora 31 Workstation for people to try. And of course I had stickers, pens, and pins to give away.

  • Java Applications Go Cloud-Native with Project Quarkus

    Getting Java applications to run well in a cloud-native environment hasn't always been easy, but that could soon change thanks to the open-source Quarkus framework.

  • Open Liberty Java runtime now available to Red Hat Runtimes subscribers

    Open Liberty is a lightweight, production-ready Java runtime for containerizing and deploying microservices to the cloud, and is now available as part of a Red Hat Runtimes subscription. If you are a Red Hat Runtimes subscriber, you can write your Eclipse MicroProfile and Jakarta EE apps on Open Liberty and then run them in containers on Red Hat OpenShift, with commercial support from Red Hat and IBM.

  • Tracing Kubernetes applications with Jaeger and Eclipse Che

    Developing distributed applications is complicated. You can wait to monitor for performance issues once you launch the application on your test or staging servers, or in production if you’re feeling lucky, but why not track performance as you develop? This allows you to identify improvement opportunities before rolling out changes to a test or production environment. This article demonstrates how two tools can work together to integrate performance monitoring into your development environment: Eclipse Che and Jaeger.

  • 3 key strategies for becoming a diversity and inclusion leader

    Issues of inclusivity also make workplaces challenging for underrepresented developers. Women are 45% more likely to leave their jobs in the first year than men. While some point to factors outside the workplace to account for this, we know that women tend to leave their roles because of feelings of isolation and poor sponsorship. This exacerbates the $16 billion-a-year problem the tech industry faces in hiring and retraining costs.

  • How to contribute to Kubernetes if you have a fulltime job

    I started contributing to Kubernetes (K8s) in October 2018, when I was working on the Product Security Incident Response Team at IBM. I was drawn to distributed systems, but I couldn't work with them in my day job, so my mentor, Lin Sun, suggested I contribute to open source distributed systems in my spare time. I became interested in K8s and have never looked back!

Darktable 3.0 RC1 Released With Greater Undo/Redo Support, More SSE Optimizations

Darktable 3.0 RC1 is out today and represents around three thousand commits made to Darktable since the 2.6 series. The Darktable 3.0 is a big release with reworking its GTK user-interface code, undo/redo being supported for more operations, 4K/5K display improvements, 3D RGT LUT transformation support, some SSE optimizations, OpenMP 4.0 requirement when wanting OpenMP threading, more camera support, and a lot more. Read more

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