For this, GENCI will have access to some of the most advanced high performance computing technologies from the rapidly expanding OpenPower ecosystem, which includes a wide range of computing solutions that use IBM’s licensable and open POWER processor technology. OpenPower is supported by more than 140 OpenPower Foundation members and thousand of developers worldwide.
Fixing a broken Linux System can be a cumbersome job if you don’t have the idea of what exactly is going on. What most of us do when we gets a broken Linux system? Most of us searches the forum and/or google about the problem. While we hate troubles, how about installing a ‘Trouble Maker‘ application, which essentially creates troubles, gives you hard time and want you to fix broken system.
Aside from "every frame being perfect" with Wayland among its many advantages over X11, another benefit will be for greater power-savings in properly implemented software when a display is turned-off/sleeping.
The developers of the Ubuntu-based Netrunner Linux distribution have announced the immediate availability for download of the second point release of their LTS (Long-Term Support) version of Netrunner 14.
While Major thought he was just being humble, he was actually putting himself in a situation where he wasn't getting the job done.
Impostor syndrome boils down to a one-line definition: an inability to recognize your competence.
The non-profit organization called The Linux Foundation has announced that they are offering free Chromebooks to all students who enroll in their Linux training program during the month of September 2015.
Asus’s new Chromebook Flip isn’t the first touchscreen Chromebook we’ve fondled here at The Register. That accolade belongs to the Lenovo N20p. But since the N20p has been discontinued in the UK, Asus needn't worry about its new convertible being overshadowed by it.
“Everyone has their Chrome OS.” That’s a theory a co-worker and I came up with, hypothesizing that everyone has that niche piece of technology that they unabashedly love. For my co-worker, that’s Windows Phone, but for me, my “Chrome OS” is, in fact, Chrome OS. Despite all the jeers and sneers I get on a weekly basis, I wanted to prove just how useful Chrome OS actually is. For all the naysayers who claim you can’t do work on a Chromebook, I’m here to tell you that you can – to a point. Here’s what happened when I spent a month using only Chrome OS.
I have to confess: I sort of hate laptops. It’s a thing with me. I have so many customisations and tweaks on my Windows desktop that using a laptop either feels like a crippled experience, or a hassle managing two separate computers. I also don’t tend to buy expensive laptops because I don’t use them often enough to make the price tag worth it. It’s safe to say that my experience will not reflect everyone’s needs.
Guild Software has announced the release of a new maintenance version of its popular Vendetta Online 3D space combat MMORPG (Massively Multiplayer Online Role-Playing Game) for GNU/Linux, Android, Mac OS X, iOS, and Microsoft Windows OSes.
As part of an ongoing series of asking you stuff, today I ask "What was your favourite Linux game release from August?".
Personally, I'm seriously torn on this, as we had quite a number of great releases, but I think it's going to have to be Company of Heroes 2. The game has hooked me in with the interesting cut-scenes, and the great gameplay.
However, as shared last week, Arma 3's Linux future isn't entirely clear. The beta is now public, but based on sales and other factors will determine whether it will be maintained for the longhaul and graduate from beta.
The Unreal Engine 4.9 game engine update brings significant improvements to mobile Android/iOS support, Steam VR and Gear VR support updates, experimental DirectX 12 support, editor improvements, and a wide range of renderer advancements to boost the visuals.