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lavapipe Vulkan 1.2 conformant

The software Vulkan renderer in Mesa, lavapipe, achieved official Vulkan 1.2 conformance. The non obvious entry in the table is here. Thanks to all the Mesa team who helped achieve this, Shout outs to Mike of Zink fame who drove a bunch of pieces over the line, Roland who helped review some of the funkier changes. Read more

3100 Games On The Steam Deck with Strider and Samorost 2 as Verified

While the additions are progressing, it’s been a little slower to reach the new milestone for the Steam Deck. There are now more than 3100 games validated (3120 games to be precise at the time of writing) on the Steam Deck – in two categories as usual... Read more

today's howtos

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    In this tutorial, we will show you how to install KiCad on Ubuntu 22.04 LTS, as well as some extra required packages by KiCad

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  • Nginx PHP FPM config example

    Nginx is the DevOps community’s most beloved http web server. And developers love the PHP programming language because it allows them build and deploy interactive websites quickly. As such, it’s no wonder that some many deployments need to configure Nginx, PHP and PHP-FPM on both Linux and Windows servers alike. This quick tutorial will show you how to quickly setup PHP and Nginx on Ubuntu Linux with the fastCGI process manager (PHP-FPM) configured as Nginx’s PHP engine.

  • How to Install WordPress on AlmaLinux 9 - LinuxTuto

    WordPress is a free, open-source and one of the most popular Content Management System (CMS) written in PHP, combined with MySQL/MariaDB database. Millions of websites are currently running on it and remains perhaps the most popular CMS for blogging, which was its original use case. In this tutorial we’ll show you how to setup a LAMP (Linux, Apache, MySQL/MariaDB, PHP) stack and install WordPress on AlmaLinux 9 OS.

Clonezilla 3 is out

Clonezilla 3 is a new version of an (almost) universal disk-imaging and duplication tool which can copy, or image, almost any mass storage device. Remember Norton Ghost? It was discontinued nearly a decade ago now, in 2013. There are lots of alternatives to it out there, including commercial ones, but Clonezilla is handy because it can handle almost any disk format, and it's totally free. Version 3 just appeared and it's got a bunch of new features, including support for Apple APFS, ChromeOS Flex, and Linux drives encrypted with LUKS. Clonezilla is not a general-purpose tool, or a graphical live desktop for general disk work. If you want that, try SystemRescue 9, which we looked at earlier this year. Clonezilla is more focused. It's a small (roughly 350MB) live Linux ISO image which boots into text mode – in a choice of resolutions – and it copies disks, and that's pretty much all. (To be fair, it does have a memory-tester and a copy of FreeDOS 1.0 built in for emergencies. It would be good to see that upgraded to FreeDOS 1.3.) Choose either the i686 (32-bit) or x86-64 ISO file, download it, and then write it onto a USB key, or just copy the file onto a Ventoy key. Even burn it onto a CD or DVD if you're retro. You then boot the machine whose disk you need to duplicate and copy away. Read more