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CentOS 8 will be released on 2019-09-24

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Navi on Linux

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GNOME cutting ties with GNU and FSF over Stallman

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How to browse the hard drive from the terminal in Linux

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The fastest way to browse the hard drive from terminal in Linux is with the ls and cd command. The primary reason why it’s a good idea to use this method to browse your Linux hard drive quickly is that both of these commands come standard with the Linux desktop. There is no software to install, […]

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[$] Linus Torvalds on the kernel development community

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The Linux Kernel Maintainers Summit is all about the development process, so it is natural to spend some time on how that process is working at the top of the maintainer hierarchy. The "is Linus happy?" session during the 2019 summit revealed that things are working fairly well at that level, but that, as always, there are a few things that could be improved.
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A handy console dictionary in linux

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This console dictionary is based on Cambridge online website, so the explanation is excellent! If you like console, like English, like Cambridge Dictionary, this is absolutely for you!

cambrinary

And it support up to 7 languages translation, and multi-word check at the same time.

It is my pleasure if any feedbacks you could leave, github.com/xueyuanl/cambrinary

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tcolors: commandline color picker and palette builder

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Custom pull-down terminal in Linux

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https://lesnyrumcajs.github.io/linux/2019/09/16/pulldown-terminal-linux.html

May be useful for some that didn't try it before, for old dogs something to skip. :)

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Richard Stallman Does Not and Cannot Speak for the Free Software Movement

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No, your grandmother probably shouldn't run Linux - an answer to advocacy

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First, I'll start off by saying that I actually run Linux desktops. I had Linux mint installed in a VM on my desktop and in dual boot on my laptop. I now have Solus Plasma dualbooting on both.

When someone is new to Linux, they get the idea that there is a desktop war... that they should try to switch everyone they know to Linux. If a friend has a problem with windows and asks for help, their "solution" is to get the friend to install Linux. I will address some issues concerning this attitude in this post.

The top two reasons given as to why people should switch to Linux are usually privacy and security. However, neither option is a slam dunk. Windows 10 has virtual secure mode using virtualization to separate the userspace from the kernel, it automatically updates (not installing updates was a big security issue in previous versions. Now, you can set active hours so updates and reboots don't happen while you're working or even pause for up to 35 days, but you must install security updates), and comes with built-in virus ransomware protection as well as a firewall, the user is no longer root by default, etc.

In order for someone to somehow have privacy in Linux, they have to stop trading their privacy away. Google, Amazon, Facebook etc. did not start out as huge multi-billion dollar companies. They got there because of the use and support of millions of people. Windows 10 now allows you to address privacy during install, but even if it didn't, you'd have to ask yourself: am I giving them more of my data than I give apps on my Android phone, Amazon with their echo installed in my house, Google with their dot, through searches, etc. Facebook through my detailing of my private life on their forum, etc. People say they value privacy, but show through their actions that they're not willing to give up something to get it.

So, we're left with less common reasons, such as the fact you have steam, Netflix, lutris has made gaming easier, etc. First, many of these are not reasons to switch because windows has them too. You don't switch to Linux from Windows in order to play steam games because you can already do that in windows and it's better supported/you have more games. Yes, Linux is getting better there, but it's still worse. For instance, Uplay recently gave away For Honor. Have you ever tried to play For Honor in Linux? As far as Netflix, it's 720p or less - to get 1080p or 4k, you need windows or Mac.

So, that leaves us with customization as another reason....aka more ability to break things. For those who like to tinker and fine tune, it's great and that's a legitimate reason to switch. Privacy is also a legitimate reason to switch. But, they are not reasons for the average person.

But what do you lose by switching? First, you lose the ability to KNOW any hardware you buy will run on your OS. You also lose ease of configuration/install. You can't just pop in an installation disk. Last night, I installed my HP Envy 5055 in Solus. HP printers are very supported in Linux. I installed it via printers in kde. It gave no errors, but would not print. So, I installed it via cups. It would print, but only black and white. Finally, I installed it via the hp software and it worked. Why did 3 ways to configure it exist? Because Linux is not a cohesive whole. Getting hardware to work and work well may be difficult or impossible. Laptop users can attest to that.

You also lose the ability to call a company up for support and have them actually support their product on your OS. You lose the knowledge that any software or service will work with your os because it was tested on it and, if there are any bugs, they will be given priority because people like you keep them in business. You lose the ability to install and use software that gets recommended by your friends or media.

Of course, people do switch every day. The percentage stays about the same, but people do make the choice either because of privacy, the ability to tinker and customize, or some other reason. But, that doesn't make it a legitimate option for the average person.

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Stable kernel updates

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Stable kernels 5.2.15, 4.19.73, 4.14.144, 4.9.193, and 4.4.193 have been released. They all contain important fixes and users should upgrade.
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Security updates for Monday

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Security updates have been issued by Debian (ansible, faad2, linux-4.9, and thunderbird), Fedora (jbig2dec, libextractor, sphinx, and thunderbird), Mageia (expat, kconfig, mediawiki, nodejs, openldap, poppler, thunderbird, webkit2, and wireguard), openSUSE (buildah, ghostscript, go1.12, libmirage, python-urllib3, rdesktop, and skopeo), SUSE (python-Django), and Ubuntu (exim4, ibus, and Wireshark).
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New Plasma Desktop webpage showcases its favorite features

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Linux Kernel 5.3 Released, This is What’s New

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Now that Linux kernel 5.3 is officially released we take a quick look at the new and notable changes this kernel update brings.

This post, Linux Kernel 5.3 Released, This is What’s New, was written by Joey Sneddon and first appeared on OMG! Ubuntu!.


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How to create a custom Ubuntu live from scratch

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[$] The stable-kernel process

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The stable kernel process is a perennial topic of discussion at gatherings of kernel developers; the 2019 Linux Kernel Maintainers Summit was no exception. Sasha Levin ran a session there where developers could talk about the problems they have with stable kernels and ponder solutions.
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Process Mix (IO Bound, Cpu Bound)

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when LTS (long term scheduler) loads processes from job pool to ready queue, before doing this activity LTS creates process mix or job mix (some process are io bound and some are cpu bound). Now my question is how LTS detects a process is IO Bound or CPU Bound?

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Sandstorm Oasis shuts down as a company and the project is on life support due to lack of resources

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Linux Action News #123

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The 5.3 kernel is out

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The 5.3 kernel is available at last. The announcement includes a long discussion about user-space regressions — an ext4 filesystem performance improvement had caused some systems to fail booting due to a lack of entropy early after startup. "It's more that it's an instructive example of what counts as a regression, and what the whole 'no regressions' kernel rule means. The reverted commit didn't change any API's, and it didn't introduce any new bugs. But it ended up exposing another problem, and as such caused a kernel upgrade to fail for a user. So it got reverted."

Some of the more significant changes in 5.3 include scheduler utilization clamping, the pidfd_open() and clone3() system calls, bounded loop support for BPF programs, support for the 0.0.0.0/8 IPv4 address range, a new configuration option for the soon-to-be-merged realtime preemption code, and more. See the KernelNewbies 5.3 page for lots of details.


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Linux Experiences/Rants or Education/Certifications thread - September 16, 2019

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Welcome to r/linux rants and experiences! This megathread is also to hear opinions from anyone just starting out with Linux or those that have used Linux (GNU or otherwise) for a long time.

Let us know what's annoying you, whats making you happy, or something that you want to get out to r/linux but didn't make the cut into a full post of it's own.

For those looking for certifications please use this megathread to ask about how to get certified whether it's for the business world or for your own satisfaction. Be sure to check out r/linuxadmin for more discussion in the SysAdmin world!

Please keep questions in r/linuxquestions, r/linux4noobs, or the Wednesday automod thread.

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A review of the Nokia N810 Internet Tablet

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I love Arch, not the elitist attitude

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These days, I’m seeing far too much “us vs. them” attitude within the GNU/Linux community. Is it really that difficult for all users of all distros to co-exist?

I would beg the Arch community to consider a far more diplomatic approach to welcoming users to Linux regardless of their position or experience so that this wonderful distro and user base stops getting a bad rep.

I’m not sure if this post will stay up or get downvoted significantly but I just feel this needs to be said for the last time. This isn’t meant to start a hostile discussion. It’s only meant to unify ALL users.

May the fork be with you all! This is coming from an Arch user, btw.

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How to discover GTK selectors

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How do you guys theme GTK applications? I've been at this for 3 days now just trying to scale for 4k the firefox and a xfce4 terminal window's scrollbar and window title. It's insane how hard it is to do this. So far I think I can make changes in ~/.config/gtk/gtk.css but I have no idea what elements I am modifying through css selectors.

I tried installing the gtk inspector but this tool is hit and miss with gtk applications and with firefox it's 100% miss as it doesn't even work. With xfce4 terminal I can bring it up but I can't select any elements with it. This crap is really putting me off if the tooling at this point isn't even 10% reliable.

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After Windows 7 in 2020 , how is the Linux community reaction in the desktop OS war !

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Since Vista died 9 years ago , Linux didn't spread like wild fire until the big flops Windows 10 did , this refers to a lost opportunity for Linux when Vista failed miserably at release.

In 2019 , with the popular Windows 7 ending it's legacy next year , Linux is getting a bigger chance this time to flip the table (If it proves itself correctly of course).

I'm still relatively a new Linux user since about 4 months , so I will list my sentences generally from a gamer perspective , first what made Linux in 2019 different than Linux 9 years ago:

  • FOSS got significantly better than before (Blender , FFmpeg , etc...).
  • Wine got compatible rapidly with Windows software (Not perfect but a lot better).
  • Proton gave a unified solution for gaming , and compatibility is growing every month.
  • Vulkan closed the performance gap that DirectX made , even better than DirectX and OpenGL.
  • Beginner-friendly distros got more stable and gained bigger communities.
  • GPU drivers while not on the same Windows level , with DXVK/D9VK/ESync performance is getting closer to Windows if not better in old games that runs like crap on modern Windows.
  • Lutris made managing games/emulators/resources/layers/Wine_versions more accessible for beginners.

And with these in mind we should remember why Windows is popular:

  1. ADOBE.
  2. Nvidia drivers (AMD is good but they have problems with their OpenGL drivers).
  3. DRM games that have problems with Wine (Temporary issue).
  4. Ease of use (That reaches a level of limiting the user control on the system).
  5. MS Office (Libre is good but compatibility is still problematic).

Now how the Linux community should react to win the next fall of Windows (Most of those are from my personal experience with Ubuntu & Manjaro):

  1. Don't misinform a beginner about how Linux is customizable and then lead him to a DE like Gnome for example , always be specific about any type of information you give (Most Windows users don't know what a DE means).
  2. Make clear terms of what every option leads to , for example the Ubuntu download page has an LTS and the 19.04 versions , but a user might think these 2 versions are the same except for the support period and gets tricked because some PPAs don't support any version except the most relevant LTS release and this is not even mentioned on the page , and the end result is full frustration and despair when this user discovers the truth after installing 19.04 !
  3. The page also doesn't mention anything about Ubuntu flavours (Except the link) and just directs the user for the Gnome desktop and what does even "flavours" stand for , another lack of information problem.
  4. Beginner-friendly distros should kill the terminal by every way possible , even if it's easy for an old user , computing itself is a nightmare for many noobs using Windows , those guys are more than half of the users there and you can't win them when the only option for upgrading the system or installing/uninstalling packages is commands , it won't work for them.
  5. Don't recommend your favourite distro or DE , list the easy choices you tried by yourself with their pros/cons and let them figure out the most familiar one to use.
  6. Don't give a Debian-based solution for a user who mentions he has problems building software by hand which don't have a snap , flatpak , PPA , appimage or availability in the official repos. , and by analogy don't introduce an Arch.-based distro for someone who doesn't need bleeding edge software for gaming or prefers stability over anything else (Of course I can't talk about Fedora , openSUSE or Solus as I have never used them).
  7. Always mention the first important steps to be made after installation to avoid the deal-breakers , for example if a beginner installed an Arch.-based distro , you should mention the parallel compilation method for him to make AUR builds faster , if he has a laptop with optimus Nvidia GPU you should tell him to install optimus manager instead of Bumblebee , trivial things like this leads to "Linux is bad" "Linux is not for gaming" and other meaningless complaints , you should mention those if they have 0 information about them or they can make or break their experience.
  8. Be aware of what OS this user came from , if he used Windows 10 , he would be familiar with something like Xfce or KDE (And I heard Cinnamon is good) , but something like Gnome will be a 1 or 0 for him (I knew I got too much on Gnome now 😣).
  9. Suggest the use of virtualization if the user needs some Windows-only apps. that run poorly in Wine but by one condition that it doesn't need a GPU to run properly.
  10. Remind them after a bad experience what makes Linux shine (Free / No forced updates / No need for anti-virus / Better usage of resources / Very stable with time / Endless OS choices / No spyware or forced-installed bloat / No buggy Microsoft store / No forced reboots / No random BSoD / With sudo you rule the system / bash scripting is awesome / Better OpenGL drivers and Vulkan is more awesome / Old PC games run better on Linux / And the only limit you have is not the system but your knowledge / ....... Should I continue ?)
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Quick tips for confirming if a desktop session or application is Wayland or X11

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Linux 5.3 has been released - includes support for AMD Navi GPUs, Zhaoxin x86 CPUs, a 'utilization clamping' mechanism that is used to boost interactivity on power-asymmetric CPUs , a pidfd_open(2) to deal with pid reuse, umwait x86 instruction, a li

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Elementary OS: Questions from absolute beginner

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Hello world!

I have been fiddling around the general topic of computer systems lately and have been wondering about the topic of Linux and its many distros.

After doing some research I have set upon ElementaryOS as the distro I'd most likely use, probably due to its resemblance with macOS, which I've been using.

I have some questions about the specific distro. Please bear in mind I'm an absolute beginner to more sophisticated aspects of software and I'd like it if potential terminology could be shortened or explained to me.

• Learning curve? Is it relatively easy for the average user who's looking for an alternative from the big two (win / mac) or is it better for more nuanced users?

• Can it be dual-booted on an Apple device like a MacBook as with Windows?

• Privacy? I've read its privacy policy and it seems pretty promising but I'd like some further opinions.

• How many "mainstream" applications are available for it in general (can I run Steam, Minecraft or Photoshop, for example?) and how can I use an application built for another OS within Elementary? I've heard of winewrapper but I'd like some more information for it.

Thank you for your assistance!

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Nostalgia is a GNOME Wallpaper App with a Twist

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Nostalgia a GTK app for the Linux desktop that let you browse through previous GNOME desktop wallpapers, and quickly set them as your desktop background.

This post, Nostalgia is a GNOME Wallpaper App with a Twist, was written by Joey Sneddon and first appeared on OMG! Ubuntu!.


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Idea for a "Touch Bar" for the Linux Desktop

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I was looking at the dbus, and found that most KDE and Gnome applications, allow their toolbar actions to be controlled using it. This got me thinking, what if there was a small program, that figured out applicable applications and services on the dbus (like the active window), and sent them, along with an icon name from the freedesktop icon naming specification (https://standards.freedesktop.org/icon-naming-spec/icon-naming-spec-latest.html), to different UIs (gtk, qt5, an Arduino, etc.) touch bar like programs.

Are there any glaring problems with this? Is this something people want? Thank you for reading.

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DiRT Rally is Currently FREE on Steam, Saving You $39.99 [Limited Offer]

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You can snag a FREE copy of DiRT Rally, the well-regarded rally racing game for Windows, macOS and Linux, from the Steam store — but only for this weekend. Codemasters, who publish the game, have teamed […]

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PineTime is a $25 Linux Smartwatch, Coming Next Year

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A $25 Linux Smartwatch is in development by Pine64, makers of the PineBook Pro Linux laptop. Seemingly not content with creating a swathe of single-board computers, a pair of cheap Linux laptops, or the first […]

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HP Spectre x360 15 (2019) with Linux?

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I was wondering if anybody has any experience with recent HP spectre models and Ubuntu. I've had my eye on the HP Spectre x360 15-df1550nd because of the combination of gpu, display and touchscreen.

I've read that spectres usually have problems with the four speakers, the fingerprint sensor and the microphone. The biggest problem I'm having with the current HP laptop I'm using is not able to use the HDMI port when the nvidia card is disabled. This is most likely due to the HDMI port being connected to the GPU.

I'm having trouble finding recent info on these devices. If anybody has experience with these devices and Linux I would like to ask them if these issues I mentioned are still issues with recent kernel/distros and/or if new issues have emerged with the newer models.

I'm currently using Ubuntu though I'm open to using different distro's if they work better.

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How to set up a backup snapshot on Linux Mint

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A backup snapshot on Linux Mint is created with the Timeshift utility included with the operating system. Open up the Timeshift application by pressing Win on the keyboard, typing “Timeshift” and select the option in the app menu with the red/black icon labeled “Timeshift.” Note: the Timeshift application is built into Linux Mint, and should be […]

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Script help?

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So how would I write a script to write into a separate script

So far I am launching nano and I can't input the text automatically or close it

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