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Today's perusal of the headlines revealed a review of MakuluLinux 5, a Debian derivative with unusual default software.
The physical infrastructure behind web applications is about to undergo a major change at the chip-level, although it might not happen overnight.
In today's open source roundup: Lubuntu could be the best replacement for Windows XP.
In this roundup of Linux network testing utilities we use Bandwidthd, Speedometer, Nethogs, Darkstat, and iperf to track bandwidth usage, speed, find network hogs, and test performance.
This tutorial will show how to convert Outlook PST into Thunderbird/Evolution compatible SBD format.
It was named gitzebo as it is intended to be a smaller, more lightweight, more secluded variant of the service GitHub and GitLab provide.
As allies and competitors line up behind the new Cloud Foundry Foundation, where does that leave Red Hat and its support of OpenStack and Project Solum? There's a fight brewing over which form of open-source platform-as-a-service should command developer loyalties and serve as the basis for future cloud applications.
Windows XP has two months of security updates left. The last updates will be issued April 8, 2014 - after that they are no more.
Sadly, Canonical's plans seemed to falter for a while last year, after its scheme to crowdfund its own Ubuntu Edge handset failed to meet the required level of pledged donations.
OpenGEODE is a tiny open-source SDL editor that is developed for the purpose of providing an easy to use and free state machine editor and Ada code generator to the TASTE toolchain from the European Space Agency, running in combination with ESA's ASN.1 "Space Certifiable" ASN.1 compiler.
Gartner says 94 percent of smartphones sales last year were either iPhones or Android devices; Windows Phone and BlackBerry devices made up another 5 percent combined.
Can you match these off-the-wall software and hardware code names from across IT history to their real-world products? As far back as there's been computing, there've been software and hardware project code names ranging from innocuous strings of initials to Ubuntu's alliterative code names for its Linux releases.
The diffpy.utils package provides functions for extracting array data from variously formatted text files and wx GUI utilities used by the PDFgui program.
* Discussions: https://groups.google.com/forum/#!forum/ds4drv * GitHub: https://github.com/chrippa/ds4drv * PyPI: https://pypi.python.org/pypi/ds4drv Features -------- - Option to emulate the Xbox 360 controller for compatibility with Steam games - Setting the LED color - Reminding you about low battery by flashing the LED - Using the trackpad as a ... (more)