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  • The Linux Foundation's big plan to speed up storage, networking

    Kagiso Interactive shares: The Fast Data Project aims for a fast, open source data plane for networking and storage

    The Linux Foundation continues to think big. It became a hub for containers by spearheading the Open Container Project and the Cloud Native Computing Foundation, and it has pushed to make APIs self-standardizing. Now, it's kicked off yet another industry-wide open source initiative: the Fast Data Project (Fd.io).

  • Linux Foundation Launches FD.io Open Source IO Services Framework

    The Linux Foundation announced Fido (FD.io), which is an open source product aimed at providing an IO services framework for network and storage software. It's initial software is now available as is a validation testing lab.

  • Here’s Why The Linux Foundation Is Working With Obama Administration

    In the recently announced Cybersecurity National Action Plan (CNAP), White House is going to collaborate with the Linux foundation’s Core Infrastructure Initiative (CII)...

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  • Psensor Sensor Monitor in Linux: A Hardware Monitoring Tool [GUI]

    The Psensor sensor monitoring tool for Linux distributions can measure the temperature of CPU, GPU, memory, and other hardware elements. We all know that the proper utilization of system hardware can make a system faster and smooth. Sometimes, a well-balanced system can run slow due to overheating issues. Monitoring the hardware temperature can save your system from a crash. Modern computers and notebooks are getting smaller day by day. As a result, the cooling system is getting compromised, mainly on notebooks and laptops. If you are a Linux system administrator, you should monitor both the hardware and software status. You can install and use the Psensor sensor tool to monitor your Linux system’s hardware temper to avoid overheating damages.

  • 5 ways to watch videos on Linux

    Are you a new Linux user? Do you have some video files you’d like to watch but can’t figure out how to do it, or what app to use? We can help! Follow along with us as we go over 5 ways to watch videos on Linux!

  • Cockpit 231

    Cockpit is the modern Linux admin interface. We release regularly. Here are the release notes from Cockpit version 231.

Security Leftovers

Linux Lite 5.2 Officially Released, Based on Ubuntu 20.04.1 LTS

Based on the Ubuntu 20.04.1 LTS (Focal Fossa) release, Linux Lite 5.2 is a major update to this GNU/Linux distribution for the masses and older computers. It’s using the same kernel as upstream, namely Linux 5.4 LTS. The biggest changes in this release are the move of the Firewall and Lite Widget settings to Settings Manager, along with the ability for Lite Widget to display laptop battery status, a feature requested by the community. Read more

Adjust Color Temperature of Your Screen Using Terminal in Ubuntu

In this quick guide, I will show how you can adjust the color temperature of your screen in Ubuntu using the terminal. No additional GUI installation is required and you can enjoy the night light even if your desktop environment doesn't provide a native one. Read more