In the upcoming release of CodeWeavers CrossOver Linux 15 we will see many new and exciting changes over the current CrossOver 14 edition that's available now.
We want to delight our readers with yet another blog post from the "Watch" series of articles, and this time is going to be a lot of fun because it involves Ubuntu Phone devices and an old-school FPS game.
In this guide, we will explain how to install CandyCane on an Ubuntu 14.04 VPS with MariaDB, PHP-FPM and Nginx.
Bodhi Linux 3.1.0 that was released in August this year had an issue. While connecting to an encrypted wireless network, there was not any automatic prompt for password. The bug lead users to confusion and frustration. That's why Bodhi Linux Team has fixed the bug by releasing an unplanned version Bodhi Linux 3.1.1.
Wine developers have just revealed that version 1.8 RC1 of their application has been released, which means that a new major stable version is just around the corner.
D-Link’s Linux-powered, WiFi-enabled “Komfy Switch with Camera” also includes a cloud service, sensors for temperature, humidity, and CO2, and IFTT support.
ClusterHQ CEO Mark Davis discusses the Docker storage opportunity and how his company's open-source Flocker technology fits in.
In this slide show, eWEEK takes a look at some of the highlights of the DockerCon EU event.
In this week's Top 5, we highlight a Linux story, an indoor digital heater that uses computing power, the Opensource.com annual holiday gift guide, 3 open source alternatives to Google Maps API, and our big open sticker article including rules and tips for adding stickers to your stuff.
Of all the beverages out there, one stands out among the rest. Tea. read more
The issue of an OS dying is more common than you would like, but how can you save your precious files when to fix it means wiping your computer and starting from scratch?
As a programmer, I'm aware that I tend to make mistakes -- and why not? Even programmers are human. Some errors are detected during code compilation, while others get caught during software testing. However, a category of error exists that usually does not get detected at either of these stages and that may cause the software to behave unexpectedly -- or worse, terminate prematurely.
This tutorial will show the installation and configuration of Monitorix on Ubuntu 15.10 (Wiley Werewolf). Monitorix is a free, lightweight, open source monitoring tool designed to monitor as many services and system resources as possible on servers and desktops. It consists mainly of two programs: a collector, called monitorix, which is a Perl daemon that is started automatically as a system service, and a CGI script called monitorix.cgi. Since 3.0 version Monitorix includes its own HTTP server built in, so you aren't forced to install a third-party web server to use it.
I've been involved in open source ever since I made the switch to Linux four years ago, sometimes as a code contributor, sometimes just filing bugs and improving documentation. And, as some of you may already know, I'm visually impaired. read more
In today's open source roundup: A redditor shares his horror at how...er...awful Linux Mint is as a desktop distribution. Plus: 5 memory debuggers for Linux coding. And how to customize the KDE Linux desktop.
Mirantis first publicly released the FUEL library as an open-source effort in March of 2013. Now the FUEL effort has been formally approved by the OpenStack Foundation to be included under what is known as the 'Big Tent' model.
Meanwhile in Canada, “Cooking with Linux” guy Marcel Gagne reported an interesting item about a Liberal MP who has some serious Linux and FOSS cred. David Graham, who serves in Ottawa as the representative from Laurentides-Labelle in Quebec, is a Linux user and more. His distro? Debian, he says, but he’s not a johnny-come-lately: He’s been using Debian since Bo, which would be summer of 1997. But wait, there’s more: “Slackware before that.”
Coming soon: Dog rewrites Linux kernel It's a tip of the open source hat today to a cat belonging to one Christoph Reiter, which recently discovered a bug in Linux desktop GNOME.…
Have you ever noticed that light bulbs (the incandescent ones especially) seem to burn out most frequently at the instant they're turned on? Or that electronic components like home theater systems or TVs worked fine yesterday but don't today when you turn them on? I have, too. Have you ever wondered why that happens? read more
Near-ultrasonic sound system drives pets, and users, crazy Earlier this week the Center for Democracy and Technology (CDT) warned that an Indian firm called SilverPush has technology that allows adverts to ping inaudible commands to smartphones and tablets.…