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Keep your Diary on Linux with RedNoteBook

  • linuxaria.com; By linuxaria (Posted by linuxaria on Jan 19, 2015 12:05 PM EDT)
  • Story Type: Reviews
Documenting processes and systems or just keeping a diary of the daily happenings are things that many computer users are doing very often. RedNotebook is a professional application that allows you to create a log or journal of all those tasks as well as document issues with your network. The app can be seen as a professional journal for IT experts, although it can also be used by home users as well.

Fedora 22 Schedule (3x), Elections, and the state of Schrodingers Cat

Fedora is a big project, and it’s hard to keep up with everything that goes on. This series highlights interesting happenings in five different areas every week.

Adobe's Photoshop Ditched for Krita at French University Due to Lack of Support

  • Softpedia; By Silviu Stahie (Posted by thesilviu on Jan 19, 2015 10:11 AM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story
Krita is considered to be a digital painting application, but it's best described as a raster graphics editor. No matter what you call it, the Paris 8 University has decided to drop Adobe's Photoshop and to adopt Krita instead.

Install CachetHQ on Debian 7 VPS

This tutorial shows you how to install CachetHQ on a Debian 7 (Wheezy) VPS with MariaDB, PHP-FPM and Nginx. CachetHQ makes it simple to create a status page for your application, service or network and it’s based on Laravel 4.2 framework.

Installation of Wesnoth strategy game from source on Ubuntu 14.04 Linux

In this config we are going to compile and install the Wesnoth 1.12 on Ubuntu 14.04 Linux. Wesnoth is a free single-player or multiplayer turn-based strategy game.

6 Invaluable Assembly Books

Assembly language is infrequently used by programmers nowadays, but there are still good reasons to learn the language. It is the most powerful computer programming language available. Whilst assembly language shares very little with high level languages (such as Java, C#, Python etc), and assembly languages for different CPU architectures often have little in common, it gives programmers the insight required to write effective code in high-level languages. Assembly language is also used primarily for direct hardware manipulation, access to specialized processor instructions, or to address critical performance issues. Assembly is excellent for speed optimization.

How to install Munin on an Ubuntu 14.04 VPS

Munin is an open source system monitoring, network monitoring and infrastructure monitoring application written in Perl, used to monitor the performance of your server, applications and more. Munin uses the RRDtool to create graphs which are accessible over a web browser.

Alachisoft Open Sources NCache Storage Tool for .NET Apps

California-based Alachisoft has open sourced NCache, a distributed cache for .Net and Java applications. Another software platform entered the open source fold this week with Alachisoft's announcement that NCache is available on GitHub, creating new opportunities for developers working on .NET and Java apps that require high-performance distributed caches and in-memory storage.

Uninstalling Steam for Linux Can rm -rf Your /home Folder`

  • Softpedia; By Silviu Stahie (Posted by thesilviu on Jan 18, 2015 11:10 PM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story
Users have found out that Steam for Linux is capable of deleting the entire home directory under certain circumstances, which would present a major problem for users.

UberStudent 4.1 Screenshot Tour

I'm delighted to announce the release of UberStudent 4.1 'Epicurus'. UberStudent is a Linux distribution for everyone, especially higher education and advanced secondary students, people who teach them, and their schools. It is designed for Linux beginners while being equally satisfying to advanced users. System: Ubuntu 14.04 long-term support release base (with updates applied up to Jan 15, 2015), Supported until April 2019. What's New? All known installation and other bugs have been fixed; robust EFI support; much faster boot time; cleaner, faster code throughout; UberStudent Panel Changer to switch between a traditional two-panel desktop (like GNOME 2) and a one-panel desktop.

Filtering IMAP mail with imapfilter

  • Raymii.org; By Remy van Elst (Posted by relst on Jan 18, 2015 7:22 PM EDT)
  • Story Type: Tutorial; Groups: Linux
I have several email accounts at different providers. Most of them don't offer filtering capabilites like Sieve, or only their own non exportable rule system (Google Apps). My mail client of choice, Thunderbird, has filtering capabilities but my phone has not and I don't want to leave my machine running Thunderbird all the time since it gets quite slow with huge mailboxes. Imapfilter is a mail filtering utility written in Lua which connects to one or more IMAP accounts and filters on the server using IMAP queries. It is a lightweight command line utility, the configuration can be versioned and is simple text and it is very fast.

Linus Torvalds and the cults of niceness and diversity

Linus is in the headlines again, this time he’s in hot water for not being “nice” enough. He’s also had to explain himself regarding “diversity” in open source, etc. in a statement he sent to Ars Technica.

Scary code of the week: Valve Steam cleans Linux PCs (if you're not careful)

  • The Register; By Shaun Nichols (Posted by bob on Jan 18, 2015 3:33 PM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story; Groups: Linux, Steam
Dodgy shell script triggers classic rm -rf / Linux desktop gamers should know of a bug in Valve's Steam client that will, if you're not careful, delete all files on your PC belonging to your regular user account.

The future of Steam Machines, Scrabble in 3D, and more

Hello, open gaming fans! In this week's edition, we take a look at the future of the Steam Machine, a new twist on classic board game Scrabble, and Linux titles Nosgoth and Pillars of Eternity! Open gaming roundup Week of January 10 - 17, 2015.

Cloud 5: Cloud value, Cloud IaaS frenzied pace, Pricing war chart

This week, we look at the cloud pricing war in one chart, try to understand how hybrid clouds are a key evolutionary step for cloud computing and explore a report on where cloud value lies versus on-premises investment.

Set up LVMiSCSI cinder backend for RDO Juno on Fedora 21 for Two Node Cluster (Controller&&Network and Compute)

During RDO Juno set up on Fedora 21 Workstation service target is deactivated on boot up, and tgtd is started (versus CentOS 7 installation procedure) , what requires some additional efforts to tune LVMiSCSI cinder back end on newest Fedora release.

You'll get sick of that iPad. And guess who'll be waiting? Big daddy Linux...

  • The Register (Posted by bob on Jan 18, 2015 7:55 AM EDT)
  • Groups: Linux; Story Type: News Story
It's a post-post-post PC world After such a banner year of Linux releases it might seem overly pessimistic to pause and ask this question: is there a future beyond this?…

Xen hypervisor v4.5 is slimmer and timelier

An update of the open-source Xen Hypervisor to v4.5 brings reduced footprint, increased power efficiency, and new “experimental” real-time services. According to an announcement on the Xen Hypervisor project’s blog, the version 4.5 release brings 43 major new features and includes the most updates in the project’s history. Of particular interest to designers of embedded […]

Movie DRM fails again as Oscar DVD screeners appear on torrent sites

Remember when the entertainment industry was thrilled about its temporary defeat of the Pirate Bay? Well, the victory – such as it was – hasn’t stopped the pirates from removing the DRM that was supposed to protect this years Oscar movie screeners. Yep, the pirates simply stripped the watermarking and uploaded the files anyway to many other torrent sites.

ToleranUX: Satirical Linux fork mocks calls for open source diversity

On Friday, following comments made by Linux legend Linus Torvalds about diversity in the open source development community, a new Linux fork went online at Github, apparently to mock diversity advocates. Dubbed ToleranUX, the fork, created by a one-day-old Github account called The Feminist Software Foundation, was announced with a lengthy diatribe full of over-the-top mockery of feminist and diversity movements within the tech sector.

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