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[#] Sun Oct 10 2021 17:12:50 EDT from rss <>

Subject: This week in KDE: Continuous integraaaaaaation

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At long last, KDE software is now covered by a GitLab-based continuous integration system, replacing the old Jenkins-based system used until now. The new one is much better and runs automatically on every merge request, making it much less likely that faulty code that fails to compile or regresses unit tests will be committed. The system is still its infancy and has not yet reached its full potential, but already it is helping us to save time and improve the quality of KDE software. Big thanks to KDE’s sysadmins for rolling out this system!

[#] Sun Oct 10 2021 19:22:58 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Kodi 19.2 Improves Xbox Support and Support for Devices Running Old Android Versions

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Kodi 19.2 open-source, cross-platform and free home theater and powerful media center software is now available as the latest stable release in the Kodi 19 “Matrix” series.

[#] Sun Oct 10 2021 21:33:07 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Intel Begins Preparing Linux Graphics Driver For Multi-Tile Hardware

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Intel has been preparing Xe HP bring-up for many months already including fundamental work around their discrete graphics/accelerator support for their Linux graphics driver stack going back quite a while. On the Xe HP front, Friday afternoon brought an important patch series posted for the first time: initial work around multi-tile support.

[#] Sun Oct 10 2021 23:43:15 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Ubuntu Frame Aims to Power Ubuntu Core-Based Kiosks

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Ubuntu Frame aims to power graphical applications for embedded devices like interactive kiosks, smart retail solutions, and so on.

[#] Mon Oct 11 2021 01:53:22 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Three Methods on How to Install Discord on Fedora 34 & 35

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In the following tutorial, you will learn how to install Discord client on Fedora using three different methods.

[#] Mon Oct 11 2021 03:47:03 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Open source developers are unique: Tips for working with and managing community-centric dev teams

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IBM's vice president for open technology and developer advocacy shares his insights into what makes working with open source developers unique and talks about some of the coolest open tech projects IBM is working on.

[#] Mon Oct 11 2021 05:57:10 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Mozilla Thunderbird 91.2 Finally Allows OTA Upgrades from Thunderbird 78 or Earlier

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The Thunderbird 91.2 open-source, free and cross-platform email, news, calendar, and chat client from Mozilla has been released earlier this week as the second major point release in the Thunderbird 91 series.

[#] Mon Oct 11 2021 08:07:19 EDT from rss <>

Subject: IBM Proposing A CPU Namespace For The Linux Kernel

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IBM engineer Pratik Sampat published an early prototype of a CPU namespace interface for the Linux kernel. This CPU namespace was devised to address coherency issues with current means of viewing available CPU resources as well as addressing possible security issues stemming from understanding resource access/positioning on the system.

[#] Mon Oct 11 2021 10:17:27 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Raspberry Pi CM4 Used in Custom Nintendo Switch Lite Replica

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The small form factor and processing power of the Raspberry Pi CM4 has made it a go-to choice for many developers looking to create custom handheld consoles. Today we’ve got another impressive CM4-powered handheld to share, this one created by maker known as StonedEdge. After a year of designing and building, they and a friend have managed to create a Nintendo Switch Lite replica featuring a CM4 that runs RetroPie called the RetroLite CM4.

[#] Mon Oct 11 2021 12:27:34 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Development Release: Redo Rescue 4.0.0

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Zebradots Software has announced the release of Redo Rescue 4.0.0, a major update of the project's specialist distribution for bare metal backups and system restoration tasks. Although the version number does not indicate it, the release is considered beta quality software, the first build based on Debian 11 "Bullseye":..

[#] Mon Oct 11 2021 14:37:43 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Debian Project Releases Debian 11.1 and Debian 10.11

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Debian doesn’t follow a fixed release schedule, and that makes it somewhat hard to know exactly when a new release will be available. Now the Debian project has announced the availability of two new versions of its operating system simultaneously.

[#] Mon Oct 11 2021 16:47:51 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Python Wrapper for sieve of eratosthenes released as C++ procedure (YandexQ question)

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This post is an immediate follow up for what will result significant performance boost vs python's version of the sieve of Eratosthenes procedure.

[#] Mon Oct 11 2021 18:57:59 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Better Linux Gaming With Steam and Proton

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If you're at all interested in gaming on PCs, you’ve probably come across Steam, Valve’s platform for distributing, updating and running games. Steam makes it possible to purchase a game, install it over the internet and then run it from the Steam interface. Ah, but that brings us back to the age-old Linux gaming conundrum of support, as not every PC game is designed to run on anything other than Microsoft Windows.

[#] Mon Oct 11 2021 21:08:07 EDT from rss <>

Subject: 9to5Linux Weekly Roundup: October 10th, 2021

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The fifty-four installment of the 9to5Linux Weekly Roundup is here for the week ending on October 10th, keeping you guys up to date with the most important things happening in the Linux world.

[#] Mon Oct 11 2021 22:29:27 EDT from rss <>

Subject: TuxCare launches open source database live patching

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Patching database software is often a real pain-in-the-rump. The reason? Easy. When you need to patch one, it almost always requires a reboot. That takes time, sometimes a lot of time. So, so matter when you time it, your users will not be happy. Now TuxCare has an answer: DatabaseCare. This live patching service for the most popular open-source enterprise-grade databases, MySQL, MariaDB, and PostgreSQL enables you to patch database management systems (DBMS) with no downtime.

[#] Tue Oct 12 2021 00:39:35 EDT from rss <>

Subject: .NET Foundation focuses on 'issues with the community' after executive director quits

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.NET Foundation executive director Claire Novotny resigned last week, but board member Shawn Wildermuth said that this did not solve "issues with the community" on which the foundation will now focus.

[#] Tue Oct 12 2021 02:33:27 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Bash Scripting – Printf Command Explained With Examples

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Bash offers two types of commands that can be used to print your output to the terminal. One is the echo command which is mostly used for this purpose. The second is the printf command. In this article, we will learn the basic usage of the printf command with examples in Linux.

[#] Tue Oct 12 2021 03:54:33 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Geany 1.38 Lightweight Code Editor is Out, Removes GTK+2 Support

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Every developer who spends hours in front of a computer screen writing codes, absolutely needs an editor to program. Geany is a code editor which uses GTK+ toolkit. The new version comes with increased speed when opening documents.

[#] Tue Oct 12 2021 04:27:04 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Linux for Starters: Your Guide to Linux – Running VirtualBox – Part 20

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We will walk you through setting up a virtual machine running openSUSE. The words host and guest distinguish the software running on the machine from the software that runs on the virtual machine. For the purpose of this article, the host machine is running Ubuntu, the guest machine is openSUSE.

[#] Tue Oct 12 2021 05:48:25 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Gaming on Fedora

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A guide for gaming on Fedora Linux; featuring the latest video games, Steam, Discord, OBS and more. Includes steps to install Nvidia GeForce GPU drivers.

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