Linux

Ubuntu Kylin 19.04 Adds A New Visual Experience, Latest Wps Office Suite

Chinese Ubuntu users will be happy learn that the Ubuntu Kylin 19.04 operating system has been released as part of the Ubuntu 19.04 (Disco Dingo) series, a release that adds various enhancements and updated components. Featuring the same internal...
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How To Copy Files Using The “install” Command On Linux

install is a versatile file-copying command in Linux and macOS. It’s perfect for the power-user looking for efficiency. Read this article to discover how to work smarter—not harder. Wait—It’s Not For Installing Software? The...

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Condres Os Conjures Up Pleasing Arch Linux Transition

Condres OS, a distro much like the defunct Apricity OS, could be a speedier replacement for Linux OSes that have turned slow to no-go in recent new releases. Condres OS is an Arch-based distro that offers many pleasing usability traits similar to...

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Microsoft Buys Express Logic, Adds A Third Operating System To Its Iot Range

Enlarge / Multi-threading. (credit: Jamie Golden / Flickr) Not content with having a Windows-based Internet of Things platform (Windows 10 IoT) and a Linux-based Internet of Things platform (Azure Sphere), Microsoft has added a third option. The...
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Ubuntu 19.04 (disco Dingo) Officially Released, Here's What's New

Canonical released today Ubuntu 19.04 (Disco Dingo), the latest version of one of the world's most popular Linux-based operating systems incorporating the newest GNU/Linux technologies and the most recent Open Source software. The 30th release of...
Related topics: Ubuntu, Canonical, Open Source Software

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Libreoffice 6.2.3 Office Suite Released With More Than 90 Bug Fixes

The Document Foundation announced today the release of the third maintenance update to the latest LibreOffice 6.2 open-source office suite for all supported platforms, including GNU/Linux, macOS, and Windows. LibreOffice 6.2.3 is here about a month...
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The 8 Smallest Linux Distros That Need Almost No Space

Do you have an old PC lying around gathering dust? Would you like to make use of the old small-capacity USB flash drive sitting in your draw? You can reuse your old computer and a USB flash drive by installing a super small Linux operating system...

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The Pocket Emulator That Will Fit In Your Pocket

If there’s one thing tiny Linux Systems on a Chip are good for, it’s emulation. There’s nothing like pulling out an emulation console on the bus for a quick game of old-school NES Tetris, or beating the next level in Super Mario...

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Linux Kernel-bypassing Quobyte Plug-in Goes With The Tensorflow For Faster File Access

Skip it, it's a Google thing Linux-loving hyperscale types at Euro startup Quobyte have pushed out a plug-in for its Data Centre File System, used in HPC-style workloads, that enables TensorFlow apps to access its files directly instead of having to...
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How To Exit The Vi Or Vim Editor

The vi editor is confusing if you’re not used to it. It takes a secret handshake to escape this application if you’ve stumbled into it. Here’s how to quit vi or vim on Linux, macOS, or any other Unix-like system. The Quick...

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Iot Development Matures, According To Eclipse Foundation Survey

Most IoT developers are focused on commercial projects based on Linux, ARM and a heavy dose of security concerns.
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Entroware’s Linux Laptops Now Available With Up To Intel Core I9, Nvidia Rtx 2080

UK-based Entroware sells a line of computers that ship with Ubuntu Linux pre-installed, ranging from the 14 inch Orion, which sells for £550 ($720) and up to the 17 inch Helios mobile workstation, which goes for £1,700 ($2,220) and up. The company...
Related topics: Laptops, Intel, Nvidia, Ubuntu

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Virtualbox 6.0.6 Released With Support For Linux 5.0 And Linux 5.1 Kernels

Oracle released the third maintenance update in the latest VirtualBox 6.0 series to address multiple issues and add support for new technologies. VirtualBox 6.0.6 is now available for all supported platforms with some notable changes and new...
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Open-source Enterprise Software Slinger Red Hat Bravely Reveals That It Bosses Love Open-source...

Hold the front page Red Hat, now a part of Big Blue, on Tuesday released its first annual survey on the State of Enterprise Open Source, a statistical snapshot of what IT leaders think about Linux, Kubernetes and the like.…
Related topics: Open Source Software, Red Hat, Polls

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How To Change The Default Crontab Editor

Fatmawati Achmad Zaenuri/Shutterstock.com Want to have crontab use the editor of your choice instead of the other way around? This tutorial shows you how. These instructions will work with Linux, macOS and other Unix-like operating systems. The...

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How To Compare Two Text Files In The Linux Terminal

Fatmawati Achmad Zaenuri/Shutterstock.com Need to see the differences between two revisions of a text file? Then diff is the command you need. This tutorial shows you how to use diff on Linux and macOS, the easy way. Diving into diff The diff...

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Flatpak Linux App Sandboxing Gets New Fuse-based System-wide Installation Method

The Flatpak development team released today a new stable version of their Linux application sandboxing and distribution framework that implements a new major feature around the system-wide installation method. Flatpak 1.3.2 is now available and it...

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Ubuntu 19.04 (disco Dingo) Enters Final Freeze Ahead Of Its April 18th Release

As of Thursday, April 11th, the forthcoming Ubuntu 19.04 (Disco Dingo) operating system has entered the last stage of its development process, Final Freeze stage. The Final Freeze stage is the final step in the development cycle of Ubuntu Linux,...
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Luxmeter Meets Linux

Over the past 30 years the price of hardware has slowly but surely come down, and it’s now possible to buy all manner of widgets and gizmos online for less than the price of a fancy Italian dinner. By and large this is a good thing, but...

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What Is A Kernel In Linux And How Do You Check Your Version?

There are so many Linux distributions out in the wild, but there is only one thing that they are guaranteed to have in common: the Linux kernel. Yet while a lot of people talk about the Linux kernel, many don’t really know what it...

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