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May 2012

Linux Can Take Over If It Sticks To What It Does Best. Appliances

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Linux

Everyone is always so fixated on desktop Linux and why it can't get decent numbers in the desktop market.

The answer is obvious. You can't come late into the game when someone has a huge installed base and expect to win based on free over easy.

Charles-H. Schulz Joins Mandriva's Recovery Team

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MDV

ostatic.com: Today Charles-H. Schulz posted a short message on Mandriva's official blog stating that he will be joining the Mandriva team to help them come back to life.

Red Hat Will Pay Microsoft To Get Past UEFI Restrictions

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Linux
Microsoft

slashdot.org: "Fedora is going to pay Microsoft to let them distribute a PC operating system. Microsoft is about to move from effectively owning the PC hardware platform to literally owning it.

Dedoimedo: I don't believe in being idle or wasting time

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Linux
Interviews
Web

darkduck.com: Linux part of Blogosphere is big. There are different people, different blogs. Some of them die, like it was with K.Mandla’s, some continue to grow. Today’s guest in my interview room is one of the most mysterious bloggers in the Linux world. Let’s talk with Dedoimedo.

Invasion of the Tiny, Linux-Powered PCs

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Linux
Hardware

linuxinsider.com (blog safari): Bigger may be better if you're from Texas, but it's becoming increasingly clear to the rest of us that it really is a small world after all. Case in point? None other than what one might reasonably call the invasion of tiny Linux PCs going on all around us.

One Of The New Valve Linux Employees Is...

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Gaming

phoronix.com: Here's one of the names that many Linux gamers and Phoronix readers should know for his past open-source work, who since the beginning of May has been employed by Valve Software for their Linux enablement efforts.

mintBox runs on a Linux variant operating system

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Linux
Gadgets

ubergizmo.com: It seems that the folks behind the hugely popular Linux Mint operating system have come up with an announcement that you will soon be able to pick up a Mint-branded computer that is aptly known as the mintBox.

Microsoft's new tune: We love Linux

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Linux
Microsoft
  • Microsoft's new tune: We love Linux
  • Microsoft Preps for Public Embrace of Linux

The Perfect Desktop - Linux Mint 13 (Maya)

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HowTos

This tutorial shows how you can set up a Linux Mint 13 (Maya) desktop that is a full-fledged replacement for a Windows desktop, i.e. that has all the software that people need to do the things they do on their Windows desktops. The advantages are clear: you get a secure system without DRM restrictions that works even on old hardware, and the best thing is: all software comes free of charge.

Install Cinnamon 1.4 on Fedora 17

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Linux

For those set of users, suitable alternatives are: Modify the interface with extensions, as I showed how to do here, or install Cinnamon desktop, a project from the developers of Linux Mint. Cinnamon appeals to many because it offers the familiar look and feel of the type of desktop environment they are used to.

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Android Leftovers

Linux Lite Users Are the First to Install Linux Kernel 5.6

Once again, Linux Lite users are among the first to install the latest Linux kernel series. In this case, Linux kernel 5.6, which was announced on March 29th by Linus Torvalds. Linux kernel 5.6 is the most advanced kernel series available to date and the first to ship with the powerful and secure WireGuard VPN solution built-in. Of course, WireGuard support isn’t the only feature of the Linux 5.6 kernel series, which also comes with USB4 support, a new CPU idle cooling thermal driver, AMD Pollock support, a new Zonefs file system for zoned block devices, and much more. Read more Also: Linux 5.6 Gets First Point Release, It’s Now Ready for Mass Adoption

Stable Kernels: 5.6.1, 5.5.14, and 5.4.29

  • Linux 5.6.1
    I'm announcing the release of the 5.6.1 kernel. All users of the 5.6 kernel series must upgrade. The updated 5.6.y git tree can be found at: git://git.kernel.org/pub/scm/linux/kernel/git/stable/linux-stable.git linux-5.6.y and can be browsed at the normal kernel.org git web browser: https://git.kernel.org/?p=linux/kernel/git/stable/linux-s...

  • Linux 5.5.14
  • Linux 5.4.29

today's leftovers

  • Performing A Linux System Backup The Right Way

    In order to conduct a full system backup, you need to first create a directory called bin. The second step involves informing Linux that bash will be used as the interpreter with the following command.

  • Is the Switch from Windows to Linux Really That Hard? [Ed: Bogdan Popa, Microsoft "News Editor" aka Microsoft propaganda at Softpedia, now pushing a bunch of Microsoft talking points while using entities corrupted and bribed to drop Linux as "proof" GNU/Linux is "hard"]
  • This is what HoneyComb LX2K 16-core Arm Workstation Looks Like (Video)

    Back in February 2019, while referring to Arm server, Linus Torvalds famously said: I can pretty much guarantee that as long as everybody does cross-development, the platform won’t be all that stable. Or successful.

  • क्या openSUSE Asia Summit 2020 अब भी भारत में होगा ?
  • Managing Compliance for Linux Systems with SUSE® Manager 4

    SUSE® Manager 4 is a best-in-class open source infrastructure management solution that lowers costs, enhances availability and reduces complexity for lifecycle management of Linux systems in large, complex and dynamic IT landscapes. You can use SUSE® Manager 4 to configure, deploy and administer thousands of Linux systems running on hypervisors, as containers, on bare metal systems, on IoT devices and on third-party cloud platforms. SUSE® Manager 4 also allows you to manage virtual machines and enforce key best practices to ensure compliance through the whole lifecycle of all your Linux systems, from bare metal to containers, for both internal company policies and external regulations. [...] SUSE® Manager 4 offers a single user interface for managing the complete lifecycle of all your Linux systems, including virtual machines, containers and bare metal systems running in the cloud or on site. You only need to learn one tool to keep watch over deployments, configurations, upgrades and other significant events in the life of your Linux systems. The configuration, auditing and automation features of SUSE® Manager 4 make it easy to keep your systems in compliance. You can predefine a complete system configuration and watch for unauthorized changes automatically. SUSE® Manager 4 also checks for vulnerabilities defined through the Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures (CVE) list or OpenSCAP (Figure 1).