An issue with HEVC playback on Raspberry Pi and Slice hardware has been found after release so update files have been removed while we investigate the fix.
Don’t throw your old computer just yet. Use a lightweight Linux distroand revive that decades-old system.
Looking for information on the web has become something that we do day in and day out. Whether it is support you are looking for, looking for a product or news about a particular topic, all you have to do is search on the web.
In a world where every company out there is stealing your data in the name of advertising, the best option to protect your privacy and identity is to be anonymous. Also, the recent past has seen several geographical regions being deprived of access to a particular website.
The developers of the LibreELEC Linux-based operating system for Raspberry Pi and numerous other embedded devices announced today the release of LibreELEC 8.2 stable series.
This guide explains how to set up a simple .php file that enables effortless file transfer from your phone to your computer.
Kubuntu developers are working hard these days to backport the latest KDE Plasma 5.8.8 LTS desktop environment to the repositories of Kubuntu 16.04 LTS (Xenial Xerus) operating system.
In this week’s Top 5, we look at pain points in Linux, alternatives to Dreamweaver, why Kubernetes is so popular, and more. read more
Portwell’s “Pico-6260” Pico-ITX SBC features Intel’s Apollo Lake processors, as well as triple display support, SATA III, M.2, and mini-PCIe/mSATA. We have covered scores of Portwell embedded products over the years here at LinuxGizmos, and before that at LinuxDevices, and we never recall seeing a Portwell Pico-ITX board. Indeed, the Apollo Lake based Pico-6260 is […]
Mender is an open source tool for updating your embedded devices safely and reliably, over the air. This helps to solve the problem of updating embedded and connected devices.
If you are a hardcore android user who loves trying out the latest custom ROMs and mods, you must have surely faced a boot-loop. A condition in which your phone refuses to start because you messed up with your system.
More and more organizations are implementing DevOps to make it faster to get quality code into the production environment after passing through the intermediate development and testing environments. Although things such as version control, continuous integration and deployment, and automated testing all fall under the scope of DevOps, one critical question remains: How can an organization quantify code quality, not just deployment speed? read more
In this week's edition of our open source news roundup, we look at Samsung's Linux smartphone, a Raspberry Pi laptop, and more. Open source news roundup for October 15-28, 2017 Run Linux on your Samsung phone You'll soon be able to run proper Linux distros on your smartphone, thanks to Samsung. The electronics maker is working on an app called Linux on Galaxy that lets you run any program you need from the Linux environment. read more
A few days ago I reviewed Linux Mint KDE edition. At the time I reviewed it, I never thought it could be the second last review of mine of Linux Mint KDE. The team has decided to stop the Linux Mint KDE development after the next release 18.3. So the last release of Linux Mint KDE will be 18.3.
openSUSE Project's Dominique Leuenberger reports on the latest software updates that have landed in the repositories of the openSUSE Tumbleweed operating system during this week.
lstags is a tool that compares and synchonizes Docker images between different registries. It may be useful for Mesos/Kubernetes cluster operators as well as for anybody running his/her own Docker registry.
As a Linux enthusiast and a distro hopper, I am always checking out new distros or newly released of distros I already know about. There are a few handy tools available on Linux for writing ISO images to disks or USBs. Some of these tools include Unetbootin and Etcher amongst others.
Linux continues to advance year-after-year with new kernel releases debuting at a steady rate, adding new lines of code and functionality.
What Linux commands bring up visions of monsters and ghosts? Let's look and see!