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Linux Foundation: Hyperledger and the Open API Initiative (OAI)

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  • Hyperledger Welcomes 10 New Members

    Hyperledger, an open source collaborative effort created to advance cross-industry blockchain technologies, announced today that 10 new organizations have joined the project. The growth comes on the heels of the availability of Hyperledger Fabric 1.0, the consortium’s first production ready blockchain framework announced last month. As a multi-project, multi-stakeholder effort, Hyperledger incubates several business blockchain and distributed ledger technologies including Hyperledger Sawtooth, Hyperledger Iroha and Hyperledger Indy, among others.

  • OpenAPI spec hits critical mass, v3 lands

    The Open API Initiative (OAI), a Linux Foundation project created to advance API technology and its interoperability, has announced the 3.0.0 release of the OpenAPI Specification.

  • The OAI Announces the OpenAPI Specification 3.0.0

    The Open API Initiative (OAI), a Linux Foundation project created to advance API technology, announced the 3.0.0 release of the OpenAPI Specification. The OAI provides a foundation for developing interoperability of APIs and other technologies.

Why Evolution should be the default Linux email client

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For the longest time, the Evolution groupware suite was given a bad rap; being dismissed because of the inclusion of the mono software, bugs, or a lack of stability. However, that ire mellowed considerably over the years and Evolution continued to, well, evolve.

It had been a while since I gave Evolution a go. Since my migration to Elementary OS, I'd been toying with various and sundry clients (Elementary Mail, Geary, Nylas, and Thunderbird to be specific), never to be completely satisfied. In fact, over the last few years, I've felt the email client was one of the weakest links in Linux.

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How To Configure Dongle D-Link On Ubuntu

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HowTos

​D-Link is a USB wireless card or commonly called dongle, used to connect a computer to the Internet through cellular networks. This tutorial will focus on one model DWP-157 and may be applied to other models of D-Link.

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Moving to GNU/Linux, Chromebooks to Buy

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Linux

5 free screen-recording apps for Linux

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Software

Are you a computer expert stepping into the world of video tutorials? Or someone who's looking to record and share bugs in an application? Whatever the reason or requirement, whenever you want to create a digital recording of your computer screen, what you need is good screen recording (a.k.a. screencasting) software.

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20 Linux commands every sysadmin should know

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In a world bursting with new tools and diverse development environments, it's practically a necessity for any developer or engineer to learn some basic sysadmin commands. Specific commands and packages can help developers organize, troubleshoot, and optimize their applications and—when things go wrong—provide valuable triage information to operators and sysadmins.

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It's Now Possible to Install the Linux 4.13 RC2 Kernel on Your Slackware Distro

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Slack

GNU/Linux developer Arne Exton is known for creating and maintaining a bunch of Linux-based operating systems, as well as for packaging the latest kernels for Slackware Linux.

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Valve's Latest SteamOS Beta Comes with Flatpak Support, Linux Kernel 4.11.12

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Gaming

Valve's SteamOS engineers are continuing to improve the Debian-based SteamOS gaming operating system that powers the Steam Machines, and they've just released today a new Beta update.

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Kernel: "Secure Encrypted Virtualization" and New Blob From Nvidia

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  • AMD Secure Encrypted Virtualization Updated For Linux

    While AMD's new Epyc processors have a new "Secure Encrypted Virtualization" feature, the support isn't yet mainlined in the Linux kernel but is getting closer.

  • Nvidia 384.59 Linux Graphics Driver Adds Support for GeForce GT 1030 GPUs, More

    Nvidia on Monday announced the release of a new long-lived graphics driver for Linux, FreeBSD, and Solaris-based operating systems, versioned 384.59, adding support for new GPUs, along with a bunch of bug fixes and improvements.

    Nvidia 384.59 is now considered the most advanced version of the proprietary graphics driver for GNU/Linux, FreeBSD, and Solaris platforms, which users should install on their personal computers running a supported Nvidia GPU immediately after reading this article.

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