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  • Ubuntu trademark nonsense

    Each time Matthew brings this up, and as evidence continues to mount that Canonical either actually intends their IP policy to be read that way, or is intentionally keeping the situation unclear to FUD derivatives, I start wondering about references to Ubuntu in my software.

  • Ubuntu 14.04.4 LTS Officially Released, How to Update?

    A developer from Canonical Ltd said yesterday that the latest version of the Ubuntu 14.04 OS has been released. Ubuntu 14.04 is a LTS version of the OS which means that it will receive support for a long time. Users who are still using the previous versions can download the Live and install-able ISO images and update it to the latest version. The update has not only been rolled out for Ubuntu 14.04. Users of Kubuntu 14.04 LTS, Edubuntu 14.04, Mythbuntu 14.04 LTS, Ubuntu GNOME 14.04 LTS, Ubuntu Kylin 14.04 LTS, Ubuntu Studio 14.04 LTS, Lubuntu 14.04 LTS, and Xubuntu 14.04 LTS can also make use of the downloadable images.

  • Canonical to bake in OpenZFS to Ubuntu 16.04

    Canonical is planning to build ZFS, the resilient combined file system and logical volume manager originally developed by Sun Microsystems, into its forthcoming 16.04 release of the Ubuntu operating system, codenamed "Xenial Xerus".

    Support for OpenZFS was added as a technical preview to Ubuntu 15.10, which was formally released at the beginning of May 2015. Users will still need to download and install the appropriate package, though - zfsutils-linux.

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today's howtos

  • Install Discord on Debian 11 - ByteXD

    Discord is one of the sought-after social platform applications that provides voice, text and video chat services. It is a digital community where users can create and join spaces called servers where the people communicate. The free application is available on heterogeneous platforms like Andriod, iOS, Windows, Mac and Linux. This tutorial will demonstrate several methods to install Discord in Linux in Debian.

  • How to Capture Network Traffic in Linux With tcpdump

    Linux comes equipped with a plethora of networking utilities to choose from. tcpdump is one such powerful networking tool that can capture and analyze network traffic should you need to troubleshoot network errors on Linux. Let's get hands-on with the tcpdump command and explore how to use it to capture network traffic.

  • How to Install Htop in Linux - ByteXD

    htop is a process viewer that lets the user monitor and manage the processes running in Unix and Unix-based environments. It is an alternative to the program called top, but htop is better off regarding process viewing flexibility and with features of additional manipulation. htop provides a cleaner and colorful interface with horizontal and vertical scrolling support. This tutorial will guide you with the steps of installing htop in Linux with the following methods.

Software: Mycorrhiza, GROWI, Digital Media Server, Aether

  • Mycorrhiza is a Flat-file Self-hosted Wiki Engine

    Mycorrhiza Wiki is an open-source wiki engine developed by Bouncepaw, who is assisted by other open-source contributors. Use Mycorrhiza for personal wikis, digital gardens and wikis for small teams or communities. [...] Mycorrhiza Wiki is released under the AGPL-3.0 License.

  • What is GROWI?

    GROWI is a new open-source Wiki engine for teams that supports real-time editing It is built on top of Node.js and MongoDB. It also uses Redis, and ElasicSearch for full-text search functionality.

  • Digital Media Server

    Digital Media Server is a DLNA compatible UPnP AV Media Server. It is capable of sharing digital video, audio and image resources to UPnP AV and DLNA capable devices. [...] The project is released under the GPL-2.0 License.

  • Best free plug-ins this week: Aether, ACM-3SA, and Organ - gearnews.com

    Aether is currently available as an LV2 plug-in for Linux. It’s open-source, so you can also compile it for macOS and Windows if you’re tech-savvy.