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Arne Exton, an independent distribution developer, has informed us earlier today, September 2, that he managed to compile new kernel packages for Ubuntu/Debian-based distributions.
It's that time of the month again: the Electronic Frontier Foundation has selected a winner for its "Stupid Patent of the Month" contest.
Patent-holding company Rothschild Connected Devices Innovations (RCDI) owns US Patent No. 8,788,090, which was granted in 2014 and describes a system where a "remote server" "transmits" a "product preference" via a "communication module." Using those broad claims, RCDI has sued more than 20 companies for making things that connect to the Internet. The company sued ADT (PDF) over its Pulse product that allows for things like adjusting a thermostat.
Reading The Open Organization was exciting because author Jim Whitehurst catalyzed many ideas that I've had swimming in my consciousness. Jim says that his role at Red Hat is more of a catalyst than a CEO in the traditional sense of how we use the word. The open organization is less about CEOs and more about community building and empowerment. His approach reminds me of ancient wisdom found in the Tao te Ching:
When you start spending the majority of your time in front of a computer, natural questions start arising. Is this healthy? How can I diminish the strain on my eyes? Why is the sunlight burning me? Although active research is still going on to answer these questions, a lot of programmers have already adopted a […]Continue reading...
At this year's Texas Linux Fest, Rackspace's Major Hayden talked to us about impostor syndrome.
Neutron DVR implements the fip-namespace on every Compute Node where the VMs are running. Thus VMs with FloatingIPs can forward the traffic to the External Network without routing it via Network Node.It also implements the L3 Routers across the Compute Nodes, so that tenants intra VM communication will occur without Network Node involvment.Neutron DVR provides the legacy SNAT behavior . . .
Writers, critics, and video gaming fans alike have spilled copious digital ink attempting to articulate what makes Shigesato Itoi's EarthBound (known in Japan as
Imagine if the inventor of the Segway claimed to own “any thing that moves in response to human commands.” Or if the inventor of the telegraph applied for a patent covering any use of electric current for communication. Absurdly overbroad claims like these would not be allowed, right? Unfortunately, the Patent Office does not do a good job of policing overly broad claims. August's Stupid Patent of the Month, U.S. Patent No. 8,788,090, is a stark example of how these claims promote patent trolling.
After watching a Youtube video released this week highlighting 5 reasons not to use Linux I decided to write the rebuttal. Roll your sleeves up, we are in for the too many distros debate again.
F&S announced a COM that runs Linux on Freescale’s Cortex-A7 based i.MX6 UltraLite SoC, and offers dual Ethernet, WiFi, and an industrial temperature range. Since May, when Freescale unveiled its new, Cortex-A7 based i.MX6 UltraLite SoC, we’ve seen several announcements of computer-on-module products that incorporate the new, more power-efficient processor. These include two products from […]
Oh, did you mean that to be a PRIVATE repository?
A web developer from South Africa said a bug in a tool for using Microsoft's Visual Studio IDE with code-sharing site GitHub inadvertently exposed his sensitive data – and the error cost him more than $6,500 (£4,250) in just a few hours.…
Guild Software 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 and other supported platforms.
Passwords are a bane of life on the Internet, but one Turing Award winner has an algorithmic approach that he thinks can make them not only easier to manage but also more secure.
Joining forces for cheap, fast 4K video. Some of the largest companies in online media have banded together to battle back against excessive patent licensing fees for streaming video.
Linux Lite 2.6 final is now available for download. This release cycle has seen a number of improvements and additions to Linux Lite. With the introduction of the Linux Lite Control Center, we aim to provide one central location for everything that you need to configure your computer.
The first day of a month is an important day for all Arch Linux users, as a new ISO image is being generated with all the updated packages released during the month that passed.
How to Do That Thing You Do.. I love to learn. I've always been a learner, so grade school and
college were both extremely enjoyable for me.
This tutorial shows how to improve the page load times of your website by using the Google mod_pagespeed module for Apache in conjunction with the fast in-memory cache Memcached. Pagespeed is an Apache 2 module that optimizes and caches the content of a website before it gets delivered to the browser, the result is that the page loads faster, the system load on your server gets lower and the server will be able to deliver more pages per second.
If you are Linux newbie, or a professional, tips and tricks are always welcome! Now you can find a list of links related to the latest Linux tips and tricks.
The Netrunner team is proud to announce the release of Netrunner 14.2 - 32bit and 64bit ISOs -, the second point-release of the 14 LTS version of Netrunner. The Netrunner 14 LTS series is based on KDE4 SC and comes with the latest updates and fixes. This includes security patches like the Kernel upgrade to 3.13.0-62, as well as software version updates like Firefox 40.0.3 and Thunderbird 31.6.0 including the Plasma Integration patches. Netrunner 14.2 also includes a new default window decoration Carbon.
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