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  • Linux Mint 19.2 "Mate" overview | Stable, robust, traditional

    In this video, I am going to show an overview of Linux Mint 19.2 "Mate" and some of the applications pre-installed.

  • Abbey Games have released the Will Of The People update for Godhood

    After entering Early Access in July, Godhood from Abbey Games has received a bit of a mixed impression from users but they're moving quickly to improve it.

    I can understand where some of the negative reviews have currently come from, while a nice looking game and one I've enjoyed playing, it's currently pretty simple. To be expected from Early Access though, it's going to evolve over time. They've recently adjusted the way they describe it too, originally saying it was a "strategy god game" but they're now saying it's a "roster-management auto-battling god game"—okay then. Hoping to hook in some auto-battler fans I see!

  • SUSE Academic Program News: Working With Students Around The Globe

    The end of summer for many marks the start of a new semester or calendar school year. At SUSE, we have been working harder than ever to engage with more academic partners and customers, bringing the latest in Linux and Open Source training and education. To only name a few, here are some highlights of recent success within the academic community;

  • University Research Teams Open-Source Natural Adversarial Image DataSet for Computer-Vision AI

    In a paper published in July, researchers from UC Berkeley, the University of Washington, and the University of Chicago described their process for creating the dataset of 7,500 images, which were deliberately chosen to "fool" a pre-trained image recognition system. While there has been previous research on adversarial attacks on such systems, most of the work studies how to modify images in a way that causes the model to output the wrong answer. By contrast, the team used real-world, or "natural" images collected un-modified from the internet. The team used their images as a test-set on a pre-trained DenseNet-121 model, which has a top-1 error rate of 25% when tested on the popular ImageNet dataset. This same model, when tested with ImageNet-A, has a top-1 error rate of 98%. The team also used their dataset to measure the effectiveness of "defensive" training measures developed by the research community; they found that "these techniques hardly help."

  • Security updates for Tuesday

    Security updates have been issued by Arch Linux (chromium, postgresql, and postgresql-libs), Debian (atril, chromium, evince, ghostscript, jackson-databind, kernel, and php5), Fedora (kf5-kconfig, mingw-sqlite, pam-u2f, and poppler), Mageia (kernel), openSUSE (aubio, chromium, kconfig, kdelibs4, nodejs10, osc, and zstd), Red Hat (ghostscript), and Ubuntu (ghostscript and MariaDB). 

  • When your mail hub password is updated...
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  • How to Install Telegram on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS & Up
  • how to upgrade Alpine Linux 3.6.2 to Alpine Linux 3.7
  • LiVES Video Editor 3.0 Released! How to Install in Ubuntu
  • For Linux, a brand-new companion package that supports all major Linux distros is now available.

    For Linux, a brand-new companion package that supports all major Linux distros is now available.

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