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                                New story! Code your hardware using this open source RTOS

                                In general computing, an operating system is software that provides a computer's basic functions. It ensures that a computer detects and responds to peripherals (like keyboards, screens, mobile devices, printers, and so on), and it manages memory and drive space.

                                New story! Firefly's RK3399-based mini-PC can boot Ubuntu, Android, and media-savvy Station OS

                                Firefly’s “Station P1 Geek Mini PC” runs Ubuntu, Android, or an Android-based Station OS on an RK3399 and supports dual 4K displays. The price is $129 with 4GB LPDDR4 and 32GB eMMC or $179 with 4GB and 128GB. Since we covered Firefly’s Rockchip RK1808 based Core-1808-JD4 AI Core Board module and AIO-1808-JD4 dev kit in […]

                                New story! Lenovo to Certify Its Full Workstation Portfolio for Ubuntu LTS and Red Hat Enterprise Linux

                                Lenovo announced that they will certify their entire portfolio of ThinkStation and ThinkPad P Series workstations for Ubuntu and Red Hat Enterprise Linux.

                                New story! 5 common open source testing myths debunked

                                Open source tools are constantly changing the landscape of testing, and the community around these tools is bigger and more vocal than ever. The first-ever State of Open Source Testing Survey examines the latest trends and developments across the software development industry. This survey received over 2,000 responses from practitioners across the behavior-driven development, functional testing, and load testing domains.

                                New story! Indian app that deleted Chinese apps from Androids deleted from Play store

                                Consumer boycott clicktivism at a time of border tensions? There was, briefly, a million-download app for that. Google has removed an app called "Remove China Apps" from its Android Play Store.…

                                New story! Exploring Algol 68 in the 21st century

                                In the preface to his excellent textbook Algol 68: A First and Second Course, Andrew McGettrick writes: "This book originated from lectures first given at the University of Strathclyde in 1973-4 to first-year undergraduates, many of whom had no previous knowledge of programming. Many of the students were not taking computer science as their main subject but merely as a subsidiary subject. They, therefore, served as a suitable audience on whom to inflict lectures attempting to teach Algol 68 as a first programming language."

                                New story! Raspberry Pi 4: Chronicling the Desktop Experience – Dear Diary – Week 32

                                For this week’s blog, I’ve been putting diary software through its paces on the Raspberry Pi 4. Keeping a diary of your daily life is an activity that is important to many. It represents an effective way of storing personal or business information on a day-to-day-basis.

                                New story! Systemd-Free Devuan GNU/Linux 3.0 Released, Based on Debian GNU/Linux 10.4

                                Devuan GNU/Linux 3.0 has been released and it’s a major release for fans of software freedom, those who want to use the latest Debian GNU/Linux release without the systemd init system.

                                New story! Lenovo adding Ubuntu & Red Hat on their entire ThinkStation and ThinkPad P lines

                                Hardware vendor Lenovo announced something quite huge for the Linux community with the addition of more Linux devices becoming easily available.

                                New story! Join consecutive lines if condition applies

                                How to use AWK, or the paste command + sed, to merge lines in a text file based on a condition, such as starting or not starting with a number. It's a handy fix for tables exported to text with embedded newlines.

                                New story! Snapping at Canonical's Snap: Linux Mint team says no to Ubuntu store 'backdoor'

                                Version 20 will ship without any snap packages, snapd daemon. The developers of Linux Mint have expressed concern with Canonical's Snap Store and the way it is forced on Ubuntu users who try to install popular packages like the Chromium web browser.…

                                New story! How to Install Joomla with Apache2 and Let's Encrypt on Ubuntu 20.04

                                Joomla is an open-source content management system used for publishing online applications and websites. It is written in PHP and uses MySQL/MariaDB as a database back-end. It is a simple, user-friendly and built on a mobile-ready model–view–controller web application framework. In this tutorial, we will show you how to install Joomla CMS with Apache and secure with Let's Encrypt SSL on Ubuntu 20.04.

                                New story! How to Install Vagrant on Ubuntu 20.04

                                Vagrant is typically used by developers to set up a development environment that works across multiple operating systems and is a command-line tool for building and managing virtual machines. This article describes how to install Vagrant on an Ubuntu 20.04 machine. We’ll use VirtualBox, which is the default provider for Vagrant.

                                New story! The Linux market share still appears to be rising

                                • GamingOnLinux.com; By liamdawe (Posted by liamdawe on Jun 3, 2020 4:40 AM EDT)
                                • Story Type: News Story
                                Looking at multiple places, it appears like the Linux desktop has been on something of a roll lately with the market share starting to trend upwards.

                                New story! Tartube – Watch And Download Videos from YouTube and more

                                Tartube is a GUI front-end for youtube-dl, partly based on youtube-dl-gui and written in Python 3 / Gtk 3. Tartube is free and open source software.

                                New story! How to Enable SSH on Ubuntu 20.04

                                • Linuxize.com; By linuxize (Posted by linuxize on Jun 3, 2020 2:11 AM EDT)
                                • Story Type: Security; Groups: Ubuntu
                                Enabling SSH will allow you to connect to your system remotely and perform administrative tasks.

                                New story! Install phpMyAdmin With LEMP Stack On Ubuntu 20.04 LTS

                                This guide explains how to install phpMyAdmin with LEMP stack on Ubuntu 20.04 and how to secure phpmyadmin to prevent it from common threats.

                                New story! How to Record Your Screen Using Gnome Screencast

                                • Putorius.net; By Marco Cherisi (Posted by savona on Jun 2, 2020 11:43 PM EDT)
                                • Groups: Linux
                                How to use the native Gnome Screencast took to record a screencast and how to overcome the default 30 second limit on recording time.

                                New story! Linux Lite 5.0 “Emerald”: Everything You Need to Know

                                Linux Lite has just received a highly-anticipated update in the stable channel, so anyone who wants to give this distro a try can now download version 5.0.

                                New story! How to Setup Python Development Environment in Ubuntu and Fedora

                                If you are trying to set up your Python box and wondering how to begin etc, then you are at the right place. Here, I tried to give you some steps for you to get you started.

                                New story! How to Create a Multiple Choice Menu in Bash Scripts

                                • Putorius.net; By Steven Vona (Posted by savona on Jun 2, 2020 8:00 PM EDT)
                                • Groups: Linux
                                How to use select constructs and case statements to make multiple choice menus for your Bash scripts.

                                New story! Control your computer time and date with systemd

                                Most people are concerned with time. We get up in time to perform our morning rituals and commute to work (a short trip for many of us these days), take a break for lunch, meet a project deadline, celebrate birthdays and holidays, catch a plane, and so much more.

                                New story! 10th Gen Comet Lake computer has GTX GPU and 10 GbE ports

                                Sintrones’ fanless, Linux-ready “ABOX-5210G” transport PC features an up to 10-core Comet Lake-S CPU, Nvidia graphics, 3x M.2, 2x mini-PCIe, 3x DP, 2x HDMI, 2x SATA, and 10x GbE ports with optional PoE. Sintrones has announced the second embedded PC we’ve seen with an Intel 10th Gen Comet Lake-S processor after Vecow’s recent ECX-2000 Series. […]

                                New story! MX Linux 19.2 Arrives with Linux 5.6 and Mesa 20, Based on Debian GNU/Linux 10.4

                                The Debian-based, systemd-free and lightweight MX Linux 19.2 distribution is now available for download based on the latest stable Debian Buster release.

                                New story! How to Turn Your Raspberry Pi into a Music Server with Volumio

                                Turn your Raspberry Pi into a music server, where you can wirelessly stream any track from any device on your network or Spotify's catalogue.

                                New story! A Bgeinners Guide to Snap Packages

                                Snaps are software packages developed by Canonical initially for Ubuntu. Now they are available for all major Linux distributions and exhibit significant benefits over typical packaging systems like APT, RPM, and Pacman. The package manager used to manage snaps is known as snappy and the service behind it is known as snapd. This tutorial tells you how to install and manage snap packages from the GUI or command line in any Linux Distribution.

                                New story! Using pandas to plot data in Python

                                • Opensource.com; By Shaun Taylor-Morgan (Posted by bob on Jun 2, 2020 1:25 PM EDT)
                                • Story Type: Tutorial; Groups: Developer, Python
                                In this series of articles on Python-based plotting libraries, we're going to look at an example of making plots using pandas, the hugely popular Python data manipulation library. Pandas is a standard tool in Python for scalably transforming data, and it has also become a popular way to import and export from CSV and Excel formats.

                                New story! Mozilla Firefox 78 Enters Beta with Updated Minimal Linux System Requirements

                                While we’re still waiting for the final Firefox 77 release to be announced later today, Mozilla already updated the beta channel to the upcoming Firefox 78 release.

                                New story! How to scale an open, energetic community

                                • Opensource.com; By Bryan Behrenshausen, Ben Cotton, Laura Hilliger & Jen Kelchner (Posted by bob on Jun 2, 2020 11:22 AM EDT)
                                • Story Type: Editorial; Groups: Community
                                Open communities live and breathe. They grow, shift, and change when people join or leave them, learn something new, contribute something different. New contributors step up; long-time contributors take breaks. And the community's dynamics reform every time they do. Just look at the Open Organization community. For the past five years, we've been helping the world better understand the ways open principles are changing the ways we work, manage, and lead. And we've never stopped evolving.

                                New story! Why I switched from Java to Kotlin

                                • Opensource.com; By Stephon Brown (Posted by bob on Jun 2, 2020 10:20 AM EDT)
                                • Story Type: Tutorial; Groups: Developer
                                After years as an educator, I became a professional software developer. That brought me to Java, but recently, I began enjoying a totally different but compatible programming language called Kotlin.

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