ViewSonic’s new 70-inch HD touchscreen signage system runs Android on a dual-core ARM SoC, and is aimed at interactive education and business presentations. The $7,300 CDE7060T signage computer joins other ViewSonic large-format displays, projectors, and virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) products aimed at the education market. It was announced along with a LightStream PJD6552LWS networkable short-throw […]
Chris Wright, Technical Director of SDN at Red Hat discusses the new OpenDaylight release.
DragonFly BSD is a distribution that belongs to the same class of operating systems as other BSD-derived systems and UNIX. The developers have released a new version of the distro, and they have integrated quite a few changes and improvements.
An open source, 49 x 32mm COM version of the BeagleBone Black called the “BeagleCore” offers Cape compatibility and starts at $44, or $111 with a baseboard. A German startup called BeagleCore is spinning a computer-on-module version of BeagleBoard.org’s BeagleBone Black single board computer on Kickstarter. Packages start at 39 Euros ($44) for the first 500 units shipping in Feb. 2016, or 49 Euros ($55) for the second shipment in April. With a baseboard, it costs 99 Euros ($111), also with April 2016 shipment. The BeagleCore and Starter-Kit support Linux flavors including Debian, Ubuntu, Android, and Cloud9 IDE on Node.js with BoneScript library.
When Jim Whitehurst set out to write his book The Open Organization: Igniting Passion and Performance, he wasn't looking to define the open-source movement in the same way that Eric Raymond's The Cathedral and the Bazaar defined open-source. Rather than define open-source as a development methodology, Whitehurst's focus is on open-source principles as applied to the domain of company management.
In a video interview, Whitehurst details what the motivation for the book is about, and why there won't be a new theory of management anytime soon.
Also slated to make an appearance this year is Jim Whitehurst, Red Hat’s CEO. No schedule has been published yet, but I’m assuming until I hear differently that Whitehurst will be a keynoter — which should fill the room beyond capacity, especially in Raleigh.
Despite a big push over the past few years to use encryption to combat security breaches, lack of expertise among developers and overly complex libraries have led to widespread implementation failures...
How to optimize images in Ubuntu (GNU/Linux) using command line tools
Centrally managing Windows users, group policy and entitlements through Active Directory is a blessing for Windows IT, but leaves RHEL IT out in the cold. Native tools only go so far.
Red Hat's new Ceph Storage and Gluster Storage open-source, software-defined storage products continue to push storage's limits.
The company currently controls the smart phone market in a way that would’ve done the Microsoft of old proud, and it’s cloud services are already pretty much essential to many consumers and businesses — and that’s only going to grow as cloud-based Chrome OS takes increasingly larger slices of the PC market pie, which it’s poised to do.
often find myself needing to run the same command on many boxes at the same time. For example, I’ll sometimes need to check the memory usage of a fleet of boxes. Other times, I’ll want to quickly grep the logs of multiple machines, for troubleshooting purposes. Once you grow beyond managing one or two servers, you’ll find yourself wasting a ton of time if you don’t have a way to run commands on multiple Linux computers simultaneously. In this post, I’ll explain how to quickly run commands on large numbers of Linux machines at once.
Which came first, the program or the documentation? Therein lies the dilemma.
I don't think I have ever heard anyone say, "This documentation is great." Mostly I hear how badly some specific documentation sucks, and I have repeated that refrain myself many times.
And yet there is a lot of really good documentation out there. For example, the documentation for LibreOffice is excellent. It includes several documents in multiple formats including HTML and PDF that range from "Getting Started" to a very complete user's guide for each of the LibreOffice applications.
Devs told to move to Android Studio
Google has decided Android Studio is all you need to make apps, and by the end of the year will no longer support the venerable but popular Eclipse IDE.…
We've added SPA support to Openwrt, rewritten the Android Fwknop app. The clever bit is that we're using qr codes to transfer keys from the openwrt web interface to the Android app.
The IBM XL Fortran and XL C/C++ for Linux on Power little endian compilers support the OpenMP API V3.1 and some selected V4.0 features. This enables the compiler to use the multicore hardware to improve performance. This article describes the OpenMP features supported in the latest XL compilers. It also includes some examples to illustrate the benefits of using these new features.
Eva Tse will be speaking at this year's OSCON about her experiences at Netflix in her talk entitled The evolution of the big data platform at Netflix.
I caught up with Eva to get a bit of a background on her, Netflix, and how open source is being used to improve services at Netflix. Not only has Netflix used and contributed to existing open source projects, but they have released their own projects like Genie as open source. To learn more about Netflix's open source projects you can pursue their GitHub. Be sure to read all the way through to learn the answer to the most important question of all: Eva's favorite Netflix original series!
How to upgrade Debian Wheezy (7) to Debian Jessie (8). This tutorial explains how to upgrade your Debian system from Wheezy to Jessie in a few simple steps.
It has been widely reported that the Navy is insisting on using Windows XP, but what cannot be talked about enough are the security implications of this... an upgrade to either a newer version of Windows or to some Linux or other open-source option would make things vastly more secure for the sections of the Navy...
The Internet of Things is not only adding billions of sensors and billions of terabytes to the Internet. It is also forcing a fundamental change in the way we envision Information Technology. For the first time, more data is being created by devices at the edge of the Internet rather than from centralized systems.
Béla Markus has announced the immediate availability of piCore 6.1, a special edition of the Tiny Core Linux operating system specifically designed for the Raspberry Pi single-board computer (SBC).
It was recently brought to our attention that there's a Linux kernel-based operating system out there developed in Havana, Cuba by students at the University of Computer Sciences and sponsored by the Cuban government.
Global retailer Ikea has built its reputation around common-sense Swedish design. In an entertaining session at the Red Hat Summit here, Magnus Glantz, IT manager at Ikea, detailed the flavor of common sense it used to patch for the recent Shellshock vulnerability that impacted Linux systems.
Sometime in the near feature, Ubuntu will have an all-new packaging system, called Snappy Personal, which is another innovation from the developers of the world's most popular free operating system.
The ZIDOO X9 is one of the first Android powered mediaplayers with an HDMI input, so you can record from any (unencrypted) HDMI source.
This box features one HDMI input, offers 4K resolution and runs on Android 4.4.2.
This article provides a quick roundup of 6 deduplicating encryption backup tools.
I occasionally find myself waiting several hours for a process to complete; sometimes it’s just a very lengthy ‘make’ command, but it more often some benchmark program that needs to run for a while before generating any useful results. I got tired of being chained to my computer while these things run, so I wrote a small python script that executes an arbitrary command and text me the status when it completes. This article will show you how to use my script, in the hopes that others will also find it useful.
Fuel CMS is a lightweight, highly customizable CMS built with the very popular PHP framework CodeIgniter. You can create custom modules, views and controllers and use the CMS part only when you need it. It is a hybrid of a framework and a CMS.
On June 27, Canonical's Alejandro J. Cura sent to emails to the Ubuntu Touch mailing list, informing users and developers about the latest developments in the mobile operating system that powers Ubuntu phones.
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