Subscribe to LXer feed
Linux and Open Source news headlines
Updated: 53 min 57 sec ago

How To Install and Configure GitLab on Ubuntu 18.04

Sat, 2018-06-09 15:30
GitLab is a web-based open source Git repository manager written in Ruby including wiki, issue management, code review, monitoring and continuous integration and deployment. It enables developers to create, review, and deploy their projects. This guide covers the steps necessary for installing and configuring GitLab (CE) on a Ubuntu 18.04 system using the Omnibus packages.

How to List All Databases in MySQL

Sat, 2018-06-09 13:55
We will show you how to list all databases in MySQL. MySQL is an open-source relational database management system commonly used with web based applications like WordPress, Magento etc. In this tutorial we will show you how to list all databases in MySQL on a Linux VPS.

Good News! GitLab’s Paid Plans Are Now Free For Open-Source Projects

Sat, 2018-06-09 12:07
A lot has happened in the open-source community recently. First, Microsoft acquired GitHub and then people started to look for GitHub alternatives without even taking a second to think about it...... But, today, GitLab made a smart move by making some of its high-tier plans free for educational institutes and open-source projects. There couldn’t be a better time to offer something like this when a lot of developers are interested in migrating their open-source projects to GitLab.

Read Ebooks Quicker With This Spritz-Like Fast Reading Command Line Software

Sat, 2018-06-09 10:33
Uniread aims at improving your reading speed by using a Spritz-like technique for fast reading. The application uses Node.js, runs on the command line, and it currently supports the EPUB ebook file format.

Samsung Announces the Galaxy J3 and J7 Android Phones with High-Quality Features

Sat, 2018-06-09 08:58
Samsung has updated the Galaxy J series of Android-powered smartphones with new Galaxy J3 and Galaxy J7 models that introduce key changes to the displays, cameras, and battery life.

How to Install and Use Flatpak on Linux

Sat, 2018-06-09 07:23
As of now, there are two main universal package systems: Snap and Flatpak. Both function in similar fashion, but one is found by default on Ubuntu-based systems (Snap) and one on Fedora-based systems (Flatpak). I will walk you through the process of installing and using Flatpak on Ubuntu 18.04. If your platform of choice is Fedora (or a Fedora derivative), you can skip the installation process.