Chances are, you have to look to open source to power some aspect of your business. If that aspect happens to be a server in the backend of your workflow, you're in luck because there are a number of solid choices. One such choice is Ubuntu.
Healthy open source communities usually include a wide range of people with different ideologies, goals, values, and points of view—from anarchists to CEOs of major corporations. The normal approach for making decisions that affect the entire community should be an attempt to reach consensus through discussion; however, what if you're attempting to make a decision that is critically important, but there are irreconcilable differences in the community? read more
There are now at least three app packaging systems that pretty much ignore a distro's directory hierarchy and do away with the need to find and install dependencies, making them distro agnostic. They all work basically the same way, by including standalone copies of all libraries that would otherwise be shared within the package. This also does away with "dependency hell," which has plagued computer users since the advent of shared libraries.
Hello everyone. Once I used to be a Windows user but now I use ?Linux? and I use Ubuntu distribution. When I switched to Linux, one of the initial tasks was to know the processes running in the background. In Windows, we have task manager which is GUI. In Linux we have so many task managers that are GUI & CLI both. In this article, I’ll mention one of the easiest CLI Linux system monitoring tool known as ‘Top’.
The Aero runs Yocto GNU/Linux. The idea is, you come up with a project – like a smog-detecting drone or a delivery-dropping quadcopter – and then take an Aero board, wire the necessary peripherals and sensors to it, and then attach it all to a drone skeleton. All you need is a frame with motors, propellers and motor controllers...
Gumstix launched a family of customizable carrier boards in conjunction with Intel’s unveiling of the tiny “Joule” IoT module at IDF in San Francisco today. Intel unveiled the Joule IoT module in a keynote talk by Brian Krzanich at the 2016 Intel Developer Forum today in San Francisco. The 48 x 24 x 3.5mm module […]
The Netrunner development team is pleased to announce the immediate availability for download of the first stable release of the Maui, their new GNU/Linux distribution based on the KDE Neon project.
Many schools now give you a Chromebook. If your school doesn't, here are your best choices.
Neofytos Kolokotronis was happy to inform the community about the availability of the latest KDE Plasma 5 desktop environment and software applications in the main repositories of the distribution.
Cloud platforms enable enterprise companies to begin their big data journey much faster than on-premises systems because of centralization of control and administration, massive geographic reach, and because of the elasticity of Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) that allows you to create just the right amount of computing power on the fly, according to Ashish Thusoo, co-founder and CEO of Qubole and former head of Facebook’s big data initiatives, speaking at the Apache Big Data conference in May.
Chromebooks are cheap, fast, secure, work well and can fit in your 8th grader's backpack. Here's what what with Chromebooks in education today and how to pick the right one for you and the students in your life.
Containers are becoming increasingly popular in the enterprise world, which has come to realize that containers not only solve many problems, but also bring agility, scalability, and other benefits to the IT infrastructure. This idea is now trickling down to the desktop world.
Intel’s “Joule” IoT module integrates a 64-bit quad-core Atom SoC, up to 4GB RAM and 16GB eMMC, plus BT/WiFi, 4K video, CSI/DSI, GPIO, USB, and UART I/O. At the Intel Developer Forum (IDF) 2016 in San Francisco today, Intel unveiled a tiny Joule computer-on-module that targets makers, innovators, and entrepreneurs developing Internet of Things devices.
The Debian Project, through Laura Arjona Reina, has had the great pleasure of announcing that today, August 16, 2016, is Debian GNU/Linux operating system's 23rd anniversary.
This howto describes the upgrade procedure of an ISPConfig server with Courier pop3/imap from Debian 6 to Debian 7 in detail.
Also in today's open source roundup: Google releases the Duo video calling app for Android, and the Wall Street Journal reviews Duo.
Chromebooks are really nice laptops, except for one tiny problem which is...well, Chrome OS. This week, our contributing video editor found an easy to follow step-by-step guide for installing Ubuntu on a Chromebook Pixel.
This month let's look at how to break the cycle of doing the same thing repeatedly and expecting different results. Do you think git blame is the only feedback loop you need? Or hg annotate -u -n. Or svn -x -b...well, you get the picture. read more
There is no such thing as the best Linux distribution for photographers. With some tweaking, any mainstream distro can be turned into a solid platform for managing and processing photos. After all, digiKam, Darktable, gThumb, and other popular photographic tools can be easily deployed on practically any Linux distribution with a minimum of effort.
Downside: that zero-day just became zero-month As of October, users of Windows 7, Windows 8, and various server products can farewell Patch Tuesday: Microsoft is implementing the monthly patch rollup it promised in May.…