The mature open-source cloud infrastructure platform project gets a major update, boasting a new user interface and improved storage subsystem features.
Open-Source Apache CloudStack 4.15 Gets New Look
How to Install Debian 10 Buster Step by Step - with Screenshots
This beginner's guide explains the steps to install Debian 10 Buster. The following process includes the step by step guide with screenshots and prepared to be followed by any user.
KDE Plasma 5.21 Desktop Enters Beta, Here’s How to Test It Right Now
The KDE Project announced today the general availability for public testing of the beta version of the upcoming KDE Plasma 5.21 desktop environment series.
How to implement a DevOps toolchain
Organizations from all industries and of all sizes strive to deliver quality software solutions faster. This guarantees not only their survival but also success in the global marketplace. DevOps can help them chart an optimal course. DevOps is a system where different processes are supported by tools that work in a connected chain to deliver projects on time and at a lower cost.
What Is DNS Server?
What is DNS Server? DNS stands for Domain Name System. This is actually a service that runs on all of our computers but majorly it runs the entire internet. We type a website in the browser and with the bling of our eyes the website is open. Have you ever wondered how does that happen? In today’s article, we will learn the process of how the website opens so fast and how DNS plays an important role in this process.
First Look at OpenMandriva Lx 4.2 on the Raspberry Pi 4
The upcoming OpenMandriva Lx 4.2 operating system is just around the corner and it will offer full support for the AArch64 architecture with installable images for some popular devices like the Raspberry Pi, so I though it would be a good idea to give you guys a first look at it.
How to detect the file system type of an unmounted device on Linux
It is often necessary to know the type of filesystem created on a hard disk or a USB thumb drive even before mounting it. For example, you may need to explicitly specify filesystem type when mounting a disk device, or have to use a filesystem-specific mount command.
MX Linux is Now Available for Raspberry Pi Download and Install Guide
The lightweight and popular Linux distribution - MX Linux extended its reach. And MX Linux is now available for Raspberry Pi devices as a Beta image (Fluxbox-RaspberryPi Respin “Ragout” ) which you can try out on your devices right now. Here's how.
How to Install yay AUR Helper in Arch Linux Beginner’s Guide
This beginner’s guide explains the steps to install the Yay AUR helper in Arch Linux.
KDE Plasma 5.21 Beta Launched – Checkout Features & UI Improvements
The KDE Team has released KDE Plasma 5.2.1 Beta version for testing, and it looks awesome. Plasma 5.21 will absolutely fine but kindly understand that this very release is a beta release & will have bugs in it. Yet lots of Design improvements, themes and bug fixes are done in this beta version.
How to create bootable Ubuntu 20.04 on windows 10
I think so; a few weeks back, I was doing something on my Ubuntu 20.04. Suddenly my friend knocks on my door, and he was curiously peeking on my laptop screen. I asked what happen, Benhur?
Benhur replied, what are you doing on your laptop, It is totally different from my laptop screen, and It fascinated me. Will you tell me what it is?
Good News! You Can Start Using MX Linux on Raspberry Pi In Beta
Popular Debian-based MX Linux could soon be installed on Raspberry Pi. The beta version of this community edition is available now.
TUXEDO InfinityBook S 15 Linux Laptop Launches with Tiger Lake CPUs, Ultra Thin Design
German computer manufacturer TUXEDO Computers launched today a new Linux laptop, the TUXEDO InfinityBook S 15, a 15.6-inch business notebook in a 14-inch chassis.
Raspberry Pi HAT offer NMEA 2000 link for marine applications
Copperhill’s $99 “PiCAN-M” HAT for the Raspberry Pi provides CAN-based NMEA 2000 and RS-422 driven NMEA 0183 ports for marine applications. The HAT includes a 3A SMPS supply and a Qwiic link. In 2019, Copperhill Technologies launched a PiCAN3 CAN-Bus HAT for the Raspberry Pi 4. The new PiCAN-M (for Marine), built for Copperhill by […]
System76 Brings Back the Darter Pro Linux Laptop with Longer Battery Life, Tiger Lake CPUs
System76 announced today the new-generation of their popular Darter Pro Linux laptop with 11th Gen Intel Tiger Lake processors, Coreboot Open Firmware, and longer battery life.
Why KubeEdge is my favorite open source project of 2020
I believe edge computing, which "brings computation and data storage closer to the location where it is needed to improve response times and save bandwidth," is the next major phase of technology adoption. The widespread use of mobile devices and wearable gadgets and the availability of free city-wide WiFi in some areas create a lot of data that can provide many advantages if used properly.
Must 'completely free' mean 'hard to install'? Newbie gripe sparks some soul-searching among Debian community
Project members discuss conflict between principles and pragmatism because of need for non-free drivers. A post on the Debian developer list about issues installing the operating system on a laptop sparked a debate about whether Debian's free software principles have become a blocker to adoption.…
Ubuntu 21.04 Hirsute Hippo Scraps GNOME 40 and GTK4
Ubuntu 21.04 Hirsute Hippo will not feature GNOME 40 as the default desktop environment. The Ubuntu team decided to stay on GNOME 3.38 stable with GTK3 in this release.
How to Change Debian’s Default Applications
In Debian, you can change your default applications both through the command line and the graphical user interface. We have performed the commands and procedure described in this tutorial on the latest Debian 10 Buster system.
Five ways to use redirect operators in bash
Redirect operators are a basic but essential part of working at the bash command line. See how to safely redirect input and output to make your Linux sysadmin life easier.
Linux in Healthcare - Cutting Costs & Adding Safety
Healthcare domain directly deals with our health and lives. HealthCare integrated with Linux: With high availability, critical workloads, low power consumption and reliability, Linux has established itself in the likes of windows, and Mac OS.
PoE-enabled Apollo Lake system triggers machine vision
Axiomtek’s compact “MVS100-323-FL” machine vision computer combines Apollo Lake with 3x GbE ports — 2x with PoE — plus lighting controls, trigger I/O, isolated DIO, and mini-PCIe. Axiomtek has previously launched vision I/O computers based on Intel’s 7th Gen Kaby Lake with products like the MVS900-511-FL, IPS962-512-PoE, and IPS960-511-PoE. The new MVS100-323-FL is a far […]
exGENT Live Distro Makes Gentoo Linux Fun to Use in 2021 with the LXQt Desktop
It’s 2021 and powerful distributions like Gentoo are no longer a thing, but a small distro called exGENT developed by Arne Exton still makes Gentoo fun to use these days.
No GNOME 40 for Ubuntu 21.04 And That’s a Good Thing
If you were looking forward to using the all-new GNOME 40 in the upcoming Ubuntu 21.04, you are in for a disappointment.
How to install Oracle VirtualBox on Linux
2DayGeek: This quick article shows you how to install the latest VirtualBox on various Linux distributions, including Ubuntu, Fedora, openSUSE, and RHEL.
How to configure WireGuard VPN client with NetworkManager GUI
WireGuard is an open-source VPN protocol implementation which is quickly gaining its popularity among VPN users due to its speed, ease-of-use and well-designed codebase. This tutorial focuses on setting up WireGuard VPN client by using a popular network management tool of choice: NetworkManager GUI.
How to Install Minecraft Game on Ubuntu 20.04
Minecraft is a very popular video game that was first released in 2011. It can be used with all major platforms like Linux, macOS, and Windows. Today’s article will show you the installation of Minecraft on Ubuntu 20.04.
Linux Candy: cornyjokes – corny jokes for the terminal
cornyjokes is a terminal based program that tells you corny jokes. On each evocation of the program, you receive a corny joke and an ASCII graphic. Nothing more, nothing less.
MX Linux Now Has a Raspberry Pi Edition You Can Try Right Now
The MX Linux project announced today the general availability for public testing of a community flavor of the MX Linux distribution designed for Raspberry Pi computers.
How To Find Hostname In Linux
A Hostname is an unique alphanumeric label assigned to a Linux system. This brief guide explains various commands to find hostname in Linux.
How to Install Kubernetes with Minikube on Ubuntu 20.04
Minikube is an open-source tool that helps you to set up a single-node Kubernetes cluster on your local machine. In this tutorial, we will show you how to install Minikube on Ubuntu 20.04 server.
Raspberry Pi Foundation Release Their Own Silicon, the Raspberry Pi Pico
The Raspberry Pi Foundation announced today their own Raspberry Silicon called Raspberry Pi Pico, a brand-new chip developed in house and built on RP2040.
Visual Studio 16.9 Preview 3 brings Chromium WebView debugging, noisy tests for visually impaired, and more
Also: Survey shows IDE's dominance among .NET Core developers, despite cross-platform options. Preview 3 of Visual Studio 2019 16.9, the next big release of Microsoft's Windows IDE, features debugging for Chromium-based WebView, audio cues in tests, and updated C++ support.…
Correllium ports Linux to Apple M1 Mac mini
Correllium has managed the difficult trick of getting Linux running natively on Apple's new M1-powered Mac Mini in record time.
What is your favorite Linux scripting or programming language?
Of all the scripting and programming language options available to you on the Linux platform, which one is your favorite?
KDE Plasma 5.21 BETA Released. Download and Test Now.
The KDE team announced the release of KDE Plasma 5.21 BETA and it is available for download and test. KDE Plasma 5.21 brings many new features such as a new kickoff menu, low-latency compositing, Wayland updates, new apps, and more. Here's what's new and how to download & test.
Ubuntu 21.04 (Hirsute Hippo) Will Ship with GNOME 3.38 Desktop Instead of GNOME 40
In a turnout of events, it would appear that the upcoming Ubuntu 21.04 (Hirsute Hippo) operating system will ship with the GNOME 3.38 desktop environment by default rather than GNOME 40.
7 fun Linux containers/image transports features
If you work with Linux containers, here are seven fun transports features that you need to know.
MuseScore Created New Font in Memory of Original SCORE Program Creator
MuseScore represents a free notation software for operating systems such as Windows, macOS and Linux. It is designed and suitable for music teachers, students & both amateur and professional composers. MuseScore is released as FOSS under the GNU GPL license and it’s accompanied by freemium MuseScore.com sheet music catalogue with mobile score viewer, playback app and an online score sharing platform.
Debian based PinePhone Mobian Edition Review. Spec, Price, and More.
We take a detailed look at the PinePhone Mobian Edition and give you a perspective on the features, prices and comparisions.
What Is A Distributed Denial Of Service Attack?
What is a Distributed Denial of Service Attack? also termed DDos Attack. The question is very common among computer or programming students who are learning about hacking techniques.
Convert your Windows install into a VM on Linux
I use VirtualBox frequently to create virtual machines for testing new versions of Fedora, new application programs, and lots of administrative tools like Ansible. I have even used VirtualBox to test the creation of a Windows guest host.
Advanced Git Tutorial
In this article, we will cover creating a branch, tag, renaming the branch, and revert the commits on Git. If you are new to Git, I would recommend you to first go through my previous article and then continue with this.
We turn away for a second and Corellium is already showing off Ubuntu on Apple Silicon
Groovy Gorilla 'completely usable' but some of the hardware remains off-limits
Raspberry Pi goes MCU with open-spec Pico
RPi Ltd. has launched a $4 “Raspberry Pi Pico” board based on an “RP2040” chip with dual Cortex-M0+. The Pico adds 2MB flash, micro-USB, and 26 GPIO. RP2040-based boards are also available from Adafruit, Arduino, Pimoroni, and SparkFun. The Raspberry Pi project was modeled in part on the Arduino open hardware project that continues to […]
How to enable Hyper-V and create new Virtual Machine
When you don’t want to use any third-party virtualization application to create virtualization, or you want to know the step-by-step process to create a Virtual Machine in Hyper-V.
If you don’t know, Microsoft provides Hyper-V technology; you can virtualize the guest operating system through that.
By default, Hyper-V is disabled in Windows. You need to enable it manually. In this guide, we will show you how to enable and create a new Virtual machine. Please read this guided article step by step.
Snort 3 Open-Source Intrusion Prevention System Released with Major New Features
Snort, the world’s leading open-source intrusion prevention system (IPS) and intrusion detection system (IDS) software, has been updated today to version 3.1 to kick off the long anticipated 3.x series, a major release with numerous new features and improvements.
How to download webcomics from the command line on Linux
Would you like to back up all the strips of your favorite website? Hopefully, the open source community has the solution: a command line program to download all your favorite webcomics from your terminal.
Help safeguard your Linux server from attack with this REST API
CrowdSec is an open source cybersecurity detection system meant to identify aggressive behaviors and prevent them from accessing systems. Its user-friendly design offers a low technical barrier of entry with a significant boost to security.
Compact i.MX8M Plus module ships with full Linux BSP and Starterkit
F&S announced a “PicoCore MX8MP” module that runs Linux on NXP’s NPU-equipped, quad -A53 i.MX8M Plus and offers up to 8GB RAM and 32GB eMMC plus 802.11/ac with BT 5.0, support for dual GbE ports, and Starterkit. F&S Elektronik Systeme posted three press releases regarding its line of Linux-driven modules built around NXP’s i.MX8 processors. […]