Linux sound subsystem maintainer Takashi Iwai of SUSE today sent in all of the sound driver updates for this next version of the Linux kernel…
Source: Phoronix – Many Linux 5.6 Sound Driver Updates Especially On The Intel / Sound Open Firmware Front
Virtual Date Optimizer is a block virtualization technology that provides inline deduplication and compression of data at a block device level.
Source: Linux Today – How to Create a VDO Volume On a Storage Device on RHEL 8
‘We all use other people’s code’Enigma In a chilly conference room at the San Francisco’s Hyatt Regency on Monday, legal and digital security pros convened at USENIX’s Enigma conference to hold forth on security, privacy, and related matters.…
Source: LXer – ‘Trust no one’ is good enough for the X Files but not for software devs: How do you use third-party libs and stay secure, experts mull on stage
Learn how to use the DEBIAN_FRONTEND shell variable for IT automation in shell script
Source: Linux Today – Explain DEBIAN_FRONTEND apt-get variable for Ubuntu / Debian Linux servers
Kingpin: Life of Crime is being remastered with 3D Realms recently announced Kingpin: Reloaded bringing new life to the Quake II engine classic.
Source: LXer – Get ready to live a Life of Crime with Kingpin: Reloaded announced by 3D Realms – will be coming to Linux
Learn to use chown with some practical examples.
Source: Linux Today – How to Use chown Command to Change Ownership in Linux
Herbert Xu sent in all of the crypto subsystem changes on Tuesday for the in-development Linux 5.6 kernel. Interesting us the most out of this crypto work is the AMD Trusted Execution Environment (TEE) driver…
Source: Phoronix – Linux 5.6 Crypto Code Brings The New AMD TEE Driver
Our brand-new trailer for HackSpace magazine is very pretty. Here, have a look for yourself.
HackSpace magazine is the new monthly magazine for people who love to make things and those who want to learn. Grab some duct tape, fire up a microcontroller, ready a 3D printer and hack the world around you!
As we mentioned last week, this month’s HackSpace magazine contains a very cool Raspberry Pi special feature that we know you’ll all love.
HackSpace magazine is available at major newsagents in the UK, at the Raspberry Pi store, Cambridge, at Barnes & Noble in the US, and in our online store.
You can also download the latest issue as a free PDF, so if you’re new to HackSpace, there really is no reason not to give it a go. We know you’re going to love it.
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Source: Raspberry Pi – Our brand-new HackSapce magazine trailer
The Battle for Wesnoth is an open-source, turn-based strategy game with a high fantasy theme. It features both single-player and online/hotseat multiplayer combat.
Source: LXer – How to Install Battle for Wesnoth Open-Source Strategy Game on Debian 10
Intel last night made public two more data leakage disclosures, which tie back to Zombieload and November’s TAA issue…
Source: Phoronix – Intel Makes Public Two More Data Leakage Disclosures
The EFI kernel code has seen a variety of clean-ups and low-level improvements to it for the Linux 5.6 cycle…
Source: Phoronix – EFI Code Gets More Cleaning With Linux 5.6
ExTiX 20.2 distribution has been released today and it appears to be the first GNU/Linux distribution to be based on the upcoming Ubuntu 20.04 LTS operating system and the Linux 5.5 kernel series.
Source: LXer – ExTiX 20.2 Is the First Distro to Be Based on Ubuntu 20.04 LTS, Linux Kernel 5.5
The web hosting industry has blown up in recent years, and therefore making for an increasingly competitive market. Web hosting companies have now had to adapt, evolve and keep their prices lateral or less than their competitors. Hosting providers are clamoring to offer the extra features, stronger security, better support, faster performance, or easiest design tools needed to attract your business.
Source: LXer – Best Web Hosting services for 2020
Another alternative to slow initramfs generation could be distributing pre-built initramfs images to users. An additional benefit of that is possibly better security with measured boot capabilities, a matter currently being discussed by Fedora stakeholders…
Source: Phoronix – Fedora Stakeholders Discuss Possibility Of Using Pre-Built Initramfs Images
Polr is a free and open-source URL shortener that allows you to host your own link shortener. In this tutorial, we will show you how to install Polr Link Shortener on Debian 10 server.
Source: LXer – How to Install Polr Link Shortener on Debian 10
The GNU Linux-Libre 5.5 kernel has been released today as a 100% free version of the Linux 5.5 kernel, shipping only with free and open source drivers.
Source: LXer – GNU Linux-Libre 5.5 Kernel Arrives for Those Seeking 100% Freedom for Their PCs
AppStream was started in 2011 as a means of drawing up cross-distribution (XML-based) standards for describing software components/packages metadata and for repositories to describe software collections. Now nearly a decade later, AppStream 1.0 should be coming in the next few months…
Source: Phoronix – 9 Years After Starting, AppStream 1.0 Is Coming For Cross-Distribution Package Metadata
The iptables command is a powerful interface for your local Linux firewall. It provides thousands of network traffic management options through a simple syntax.
Source: LXer – Sysadmin tools: How to use iptables
Linux power management subsystem maintainer Rafael Wysocki is punctual as always in sending in his feature pull requests for the new merge window…
Source: Phoronix – Power Management + ACPI Updates Submitted For The Linux 5.6 Kernel
Axiomtek’s Linux-friendly “CEM520” is a COM Express Basic Type 6 module with an Intel 8th Gen “Coffee Lake” Core or Xeon CPU, 4x SATA, PCIe x16, 8x PCIe x1, and support for -20 to 70°C and triple independent displays. Axiomtek has released the Intel 8th Gen based CEM520, which follows its earlier 6th Gen Skylake […]
Source: LXer – Coffee Lake module boasts extended temp operation