In the first part of our ongoing C programming tutorial series, we briefly touched on the preprocessing stage. In this tutorial, we will discuss it in a little more detail so that you have a basic idea about it before learning other C programming aspects.
Kubernetes is hotter than hot? Why? A big reason is because many companies think it's the way to the future of the cloud.
At ELC Europe, Mender.io’s Mirza Krak surveyed popular techniques for deploying embedded Linux software, including cross-dev strategies, IDEs, Yocto-OE package management, config utilities, network boot, and updating software. While many Embedded Linux Conference talks cover emerging technologies, some of the most useful are those that survey the embedded development tools and techniques ...........
All your activity are belong to us A feature introduced in the April 2018 Update of Windows 10 may have set off a privacy landmine within the bowels of Redmond as users have discovered that their data was still flowing into the intestines of the Windows giant, even with the thing apparently turned off.…
Alibaba and Ant Financial are trying to cool things off in the Sino-US intellectual property wars by joining the pro-Linux Open Invention Network patent protection organization.
Why does ncurses support only eight colors? If you've looked into the color palette available in curses, you may wonder why curses supports only eight colors.
Freedom is powerful. When you start using free software, a whole world opens up to you, and you start viewing everything in a different light. You start noticing when vendors don't release their code or when they try to lock you in to their products with proprietary protocols. These vendor lock-in techniques aren't new or even unique to software. Shaving companies long have tried to force customer loyalty with incompatible proprietary products that make you stay on an upgrade treadmill.
Online note-taking tools seem to have bloomed like 100 flowers. The tallest ones in that garden are usually proprietary, closed source applications like Evernote, Zoho Notebook, Google Keep, and Notion. read more
News briefs for December 12, 2018.
Want a trustworthy, full-featured Kubernetes package that's not tied to a specific vendor? Then you should talk to Bitnami.
Aliases, in the context of the Linux shell, are commands you build yourself by packing them with combinations of other instructions that are too long or too hard to remember.
InvoicePlane is a free and open source invoicing application. Its source code can be found on this Github. This tutorial will show you how to install InvoicePlane on a fresh CentOS 7 system.
The Linux Foundation has released the second edition of Open Source Compliance in the Enterprise by Ibrahim Haddad, which offers organizations a practical guide to using open source code and participating in open source communities while complying with both the spirit and the letter of open source licensing.
The article How to Build a Netboot Server, Part 1 showed you how to create a netboot image with a “liveuser” account whose home directory lives in volatile memory. Most users probably want to preserve files and settings across reboots, though. So this second part of the netboot series shows how to reconfigure the netboot image from […]
DevOps is evolving and gaining traction as organizations discover how it enables them to produce better applications and reduce their software products' time to market. DevOps' core values are Culture, Automation, Measurement, and Sharing (CAMS), and an organization's adherence to them influences how successful it is. read more
You've found your way to today's entry from the Linux command-line toys advent calendar. If this is your first visit to the series, you might be wondering what a command-line toy even is? It's anything that's an entertaining diversion at the terminal, be it a game, a fun utility, or a simple distraction. Some of these are classics, and some are completely new (at least to me), but I hope all of you find something you enjoy in this series. read more
Anchor is a lightweight open source blog CMS written in PHP. Anchor's source code is hosted on GitHub. This tutorial will show you how to install Anchor CMS on a CentOS 7 system.
Acrosser’s compact “AND-DNV3N2” networking appliance runs Linux on a quad-core, 2.2GHz Atom C3558 and offers a SATA-III bay, 2x mini-PCIe and USB 3.0 ports, and 6x GbE ports, two of which can be outfitted as fiber SFP ports. Acrosser, which says it is now an Intel IoT Solutions Alliance partner, announced a desktop network appliance […]
On the Linux command line, you'll come across several types of utilities. Some are an alias, while others are built-in tools and even functions. So, how do you check these types? Well, there exists a command 'type' that offers you this information.
PageKit is a free, open source and lightweight CMS that can be used to create beautiful websites. Pagekit comes with a clean and intuitive interface that allows you to focus on what matters most, managing your content.