Mozilla has released a new report — mzl.la/localcontent — co-authored with the GSMA. Titled “Approaches to local content creation: realising the smartphone opportunity,” our report explores how the right tools, coupled with digital literacy education, can empower mobile-first Web users as content creators and develop a sustainable, inclusive mobile Web.
A slow week ahead of the big week to come
This post is focused on verification of classic schema of Neutron workflow between qrouter and fip namespaces on Compute Nodes via distributed routers. Release of Openstack been tested was RDO Liberty RC2
The GNOME developers are preparing to reintroduce a rating system for GNOME Software, but nothing as simple as the old one. It will be a complex way of rating the applications so that users can make informed decisions.
The KDE PIM spring sprint was held in Toulouse, France in March this year in Makina Corpus offices.
The sprint was very important, because the team needed to decide how to continue from the current situation.
The Real-Time Linux Collaborative Project focuses on bringing better real-time computing support to the Linux kernel for embedded applications in industries such as aviation, robotics and telecommunications.
The recent tests on Linux security solutions by AV-Test Lab indicate a worrisome situation - Linux systems are vulnerable to cyber attacks. The test results show that Linux systems can act as a repository of infected files when infected by a malware, waiting for the opportunity to be transferred to connected Windows systems via networking.
We are excited to announce that Katharina Borchert will be transitioning from our Board of Directors to join the Mozilla leadership team as our new Chief Innovation Officer starting in January.
The first time I heard about hash tables was after taking a compilers course during my BSc. The truth is, I was not able to understand and appreciate their usefulness fully back then. Now that I know more about hash tables, I decided to write about them so others will see their importance as well.
A new Nvidia Beta driver has been released, and developers have added quite a few OpenGL changes and improvements, among other things.
The Document Foundation, a non-profit organization that promotes and governs the open-source LibreOffice office suite loved by numerous Linux users around the globe, published details about next year's LibreOffice Conference event.
If you haven't heard of 18F, its time to get them on your radar. 18F is a digital consultancy in an independent agency, a startup within the General Services Administration (GSA), and a major advocate for open source and open data. I've been watching and learning more about this group since shortly after its inception in March 2014.
Linux creator and open source programmer Linus Torvalds spoke recently about ARM-based laptops, kernel security and more.
The BackBox Team is pleased to announce the updated release of BackBox Linux, the version 4.4! In this release we have some special new features included to keep BackBox up to date with last developments in security world. Tools such as OpenVAS and Automotive Analysis will make a big difference. BackBox 4.4 comes also with Linux kernel 3.19. What's new: Preinstalled Linux kernel 3.19, new Ubuntu 14.04.3 base, Ruby 2.1, installer with LVM and full disk encryption options, handy Thunar custom actions, RAM wipe at shutdown/reboot..
TI has launched a “Processor SDK” based on a mainline LTS Linux kernel, U-Boot, a Yocto file system and Linaro tool chain, initially covering Sitara SoCs. Texas Instruments has introduced a Processor Software Development Kit based on Linux as well as its own TI-RTOS, that will eventually scale across multiple Sitara and DSP processors families. […]
Are you a tidy-tabber or a tab-freak when it comes to using the Internet? Or, maybe you don't even deal in tabs.
Tell us more about your tab situation in the comments below!
A real gem of a file manager absent from the standard Ubuntu repositories but sporting a unique feature. That’s DFileManager in a twitterish statement.
Details about the NSA surveillance program unveiled by Edward Snowden are still coming to light, two years after the initial revelations were made. From the looks of it, at least one of the components of the NSA surveillance is being run from Red Hat Linux servers.
In today's open source roundup: A review of Parsix GNU/Linux 8.0. Plus: GNOME Software will get new rating system. And Matthew Garrett is not forking Linux.
But to those of us looking at this from the outside, what we see is a magnificent irony of good code being produced in what can arguably be described as a toxic environment. That in and of itself is a remarkable achievement, but I would argue that the same work — if not better work — can be done in a realm that fostered more cooperation instead of sniping.
Rapid7 is advising HP SiteScope users to run the tool on Linux rather than Windows servers because of a nasty privilege escalation vulnerability.
Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls, welcome to another Six Degrees column. As usual, get your feedback into the comment box, and within the spirit of this specific column, I hope to see you all at All Things Open October 19-20 in Raleigh. I will be there with many other folks who write for Opensource.com, and I will also be giving a keynote, a presentation, and a lightning talk.
“We’ve seen basic researchers learning Linux and cloud computing to keep up with it all,” said Aaron Chang, director of the Center for Computational Biology and Bioinformatics at UC San Diego. “I’ve had people show up at my door with USB drives filled with data.
The 2015 Indonesia Linux Conference (ILC) that is held in Tegal, Central Java starting from October 10 to 11 is set to exhibits variety of Linux application. One of interesting application is a mobile digital forensic application that have been used by the police to assist investigation by detecting criminals’ phone and sim cards.
Arne Exton, the creator of several free and commercial GNU/Linux and Android-x86 distributions, informed us earlier today, October 11, about a new update for his AndEX Live CD.
The most interesting feature of this drone is the Pixhawk Autopilot System. Based on the technology for the PX4, ST Microelectronics sensors and NuttX real time OS, Pixhawk provides a computerized brain for this drone. The software is similar to Unix/ Linux and offers a large range of autopilot functions.
The main focus of Firejail project is GUI application sandboxing, with web browsers being one of the main targets. I will describe some of the new features available in Firejail, and how to use them to sandbox a web browser such as Mozilla Firefox.
The KDE developers are already considering what they need to do to improve the Plasma desktop after the 5.4.2 launch, and they've shared some of the features that are going to be made available.
Just a few moments ago, Linus Torvalds announced that the fifth Release Candidate (RC) build of the upcoming Linux 4.3 kernel is now available for download and testing.
Youtube-DL is a command line tool, developed in Python to download videos from various popular websites including Youtube, Dailymotion, facebook, photobucket and many others. A list of supported video sites is available here. Youtube-dl downloads videos right from the terminal with simply understandble commands. If you like to work with a terminal then I am sure you'll like youtube-dl.
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