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  • Cockpit does Kubernetes Data Volumes

    You can now set up Kubernetes persistent volume claims through the Cockpit cluster admin interface. These volumes are used to store persistent container data and possibly share them between containers. Each container pod declares the volumes it needs, and when deploying such an application admins configure the locations to store the data in those volumes.

  • RcppArmadillo 0.6.700.3.0
  • Atom Editor: Your Next Go-To Text Editor

    The text editor is a tool Linux users have either a casual or a very deep relation with. If you’re one of those users that only opens up the text editor on the rare occasion that a configuration file must be tweaked, then you’re probably good with the likes of Nano. Developers, on the other hand, need something much more powerful. On the Linux platform, you can easily turn to Vi or Emacs, but some developers prefer to have a GUI at their fingertips.

  • Plex Media Server 0.9.16.4 Improves Support for the Samsung Smart TV DLNA Client

    Plex, Inc. announced the release of a new maintenance build for its popular, cross-platform Plex Media Server software, version 0.9.16.4, adding a bunch of fixes and improvements to various areas.

  • Vivaldi 1.1 Web Browser in the Works, First Snapshot Build Adds New Tab Options

    We've just been informed by Vivaldi's Ruarí Ødegaard about the availability for testing of the first snapshot build towards the Vivaldi 1.1, the web browser's upcoming point release.

  • Vivaldi Jon: Mobile – yes. Feeds and an ad blocker… probably not

    Hats off to any woman or man who is fighting the dumbing down of software.

    Twenty years ago our pocket computers were as sophisticated as any desktop, only more reliable.

    Now they’re vastly more powerful, always connected, but the apps are sub-Fisher Price. No, scrub that: today’s apps would insult a toddler.

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  • Cockpit does Kubernetes Data Volumes

    You can now set up Kubernetes persistent volume claims through the Cockpit cluster admin interface. These volumes are used to store persistent container data and possibly share them between containers. Each container pod declares the volumes it needs, and when deploying such an application admins configure the locations to store the data in those volumes.

  • RcppArmadillo 0.6.700.3.0
  • Atom Editor: Your Next Go-To Text Editor

    The text editor is a tool Linux users have either a casual or a very deep relation with. If you’re one of those users that only opens up the text editor on the rare occasion that a configuration file must be tweaked, then you’re probably good with the likes of Nano. Developers, on the other hand, need something much more powerful. On the Linux platform, you can easily turn to Vi or Emacs, but some developers prefer to have a GUI at their fingertips.

  • Plex Media Server 0.9.16.4 Improves Support for the Samsung Smart TV DLNA Client

    Plex, Inc. announced the release of a new maintenance build for its popular, cross-platform Plex Media Server software, version 0.9.16.4, adding a bunch of fixes and improvements to various areas.

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Wine Announcement

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The Wine development release 1.9.7 is now available.

What's new in this release (see below for details):
- More work towards the WineD3D command stream.
- More support for Shader Model 5 shaders.
- C++ exception handling on x86-64.
- Support for Windows-style static import libraries.
- Performance fixes in the XML writer.
- Various bug fixes.

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  • Nageru 1.2.0 released

    I've just released version 1.2.0 of Nageru, my live video mixer. The main new feature is support for Blackmagic's PCI (and Thunderbolt) series of cards through their driver (in addition to the preexisting support for their USB3 cards, through my own free one), but the release is really much more than that.

  • Pulp 2.8.2 has been released!

    Pulp 2.8.2 addresses a security vulnerability that was found after the
    announcement of the 2.8.1 release candidate.

  • RcppAPT 0.0.2

Is Software Eating Networking? Facebook Says ‘Yes’

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Thanks to Linux, open source has become the de facto development model for a majority of enterprise software projects -- and that’s quickly becoming true in the networking space, as well.

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GTK+ Wayland tablet support is merged

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As for excuses go for blowing the lint off my blog, this is a pretty good one Smile. Wayland tablet support is something that got really close to being merged in 3.20, but the timing didn’t pan out in the end, wayland-protocols 1.3 included a tablet v1 protocol that went unused, till now. Now that we’re in 3.22, those bits are at last being merged. First came gtk+, which you can see working in these videos:

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Wine Staging 1.9.7

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  • System Shock remake has blasted past the Linux stretch goal, officially coming to Linux
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  • GammaRay 2.5 release
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  • The new Keyboard panel
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  • Debian on Seagate Personal Cloud and Seagate NAS
    The majority of NAS devices supported in Debian are based on Debian's Kirkwood platform. This platform is quite dated now and can only run Debian's armel port. Debian now supports the Seagate Personal Cloud and Seagate NAS devices. They are based on Marvell's Armada 370, a platform which can run Debian's armhf port. Unfortunately, even the Armada 370 is a bit dated now, so I would not recommend these devices for new purchases. If you have one already, however, you now have the option to run native Debian.

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