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Radeon "GFX9" Support Lands In LLVM's AMDGPU Backend

Phoronix - Sat, 2017-02-18 23:48
Hitting mainline LLVM this weekend is support for AMD Radeon GFX9 within the AMDGPU back-end, not to be confused with the AMDGPU DRM driver...

RHEL 7 vs CentOS 7 VMM GUI (Kickstart)

Reddit - Sat, 2017-02-18 23:37

I'm using the Virtual Machine Manager GUI to test different features, and I noticed that on my install of CentOS 7, the VMM is missing the box for "Kickstart URL" when I select a Network Install for a new VM and expand "URL Options" under the first URL box for the OS.

I was trying to follow the documentation for RHEL 7.

https://access.redhat.com/documentation/en-US/Red_Hat_Enterprise_Linux/7/html/Virtualization_Deployment_and_Administration_Guide/sect-Creating_guests_with_virt_manager.html

I installed a copy of RHEL 7 to see if the Kickstart URL box was there and it was. I thought CentOS 7's VMM was identical to RHEL 7's, or am I missing something? I'm still able to use virt-install on CentOS 7 to install the VM with kickstart.

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Mouse problems

Reddit - Sat, 2017-02-18 23:26

Just bought a new PC, machine came without an OS, just like I wanted.

Installed Xubuntu 16.10 as I normally would, but the mouse pointer is stuck in the top left hand corner. It is really strange because the mouse works the pointer just does not move, I can navigate around the screen and click and interact with objects. But obviously not well since I have to guess where it is.

I tried a live Fedora 25 workstation one the machine and got the exact same result.

Switched to a completely different mouse and having the same problem.

Mouse works fine in the BIOS, just not the OS, both nice also work just fine on a Windows box I have. I should mention both nice are wired USB.

I am completely stuck here any ideas?

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NGINX moves towards web server dominance with European expansion

TuxMachines - Sat, 2017-02-18 23:23

Web server NGINX powers more than 317 million sites around the globes, and has rapidly replaced Apache as the engine of choice for the world's 100,000 busiest, counting Netflix, Airbnb and Dropbox among its high-profile clients.

NGINX Inc - the company set up to commercialise the open source technology - has now set its sights on developing its business in Europe and recently opened a new EMEA headquarters in Cork, Ireland as a launching point to the region.

NGINX began life as a web server written by a Russian engineer called Igor Syosev in 2002 while he was working as a system administrator for the portal site Rambler.

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How to change the hostname on CentOS and Ubuntu

LinuxToday - Sat, 2017-02-18 23:00

The hostname is used to identify the server when connected on a network and it is configured during the initial server setup.

How to play music files in Linux without aid of any music players?

Reddit - Sat, 2017-02-18 22:46

I'm trying to develop a command line music player similar to Cmus. So, I would like to know how can I send sound files to audio drivers and play them without using any softwares?

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Red Hat and Fedora

TuxMachines - Sat, 2017-02-18 22:18

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Security News

TuxMachines - Sat, 2017-02-18 22:16

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Leftovers: Software

TuxMachines - Sat, 2017-02-18 22:15

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Want to be a great leader? Assume positive intent

LXer - Sat, 2017-02-18 22:09
Open source communities are some of the most passionate organizations I've ever seen. Their members care deeply about the work they do (often voluntarily), and that passion drives incredible innovations. That's no small feat, because open source communities are often collaborating in the face of geographic, cultural, and technological barriers that can lead to unfortunate misunderstandings.And yet open source communities are also extraordinarily resilient. Some of them have found clever ways to refocus their energies and eliminate sources of conflict.read more

Call to adopt free and open source software in Oman

TuxMachines - Sat, 2017-02-18 22:09

Adoption of free software applications in the public and private sectors in the Sultanate was one of the recommendations of the just concluded Free and Open Source Software Conference.

It also called for strengthening the role of small and medium enterprises in deploying free software developed in accordance with the requirements of the market and its needs.

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Snapdragon 820 lands on an Android Pico-ITX SBC

TuxMachines - Sat, 2017-02-18 21:46

Inforce Computing’s model 6640 Pico-ITX SBC is based on a Snapdragon 820 SoC and features 4GB RAM, 4K video, WiFi/BT/GPS wireless, GbE, SATA, and Android 7.

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New Releases: Manjaro XFCE, Vine Linux, IPFire

TuxMachines - Sat, 2017-02-18 21:42
  • Manjaro XFCE 17.0-rc1 released

    Manjaro Fringilla was a great release! Now we are proud to announce our first release candidate of our next release, we call “Gellivara”. It took us more than two month to prepare this new release series for 2017.

  • Vine Linux 6.5 beta8 (final)
  • IPFire 2.19 Core Update 109 Hits Stable with Python 3 Support and OpenSSL 1.0.2k

    After being in development for the past two weeks, IPFire 2.19 Core Update 109 has today hit the stable channel and it's a recommended upgrade for all those who use the IPFire 2.19 series of the open-source, Linux-based firewall distro.

    As noted in our previous report, the most important feature of IPFire 2.19 Core Update 109 is the inclusion of the unbound 1.6.0 recursive and caching DNS resolver in the distro's built-in DNS proxy to address some important bugs, re-activate QNAME minimisation and hardening below NX domains, and implement the ability for the firewall to check if a router loses longer DNS responses.

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Linux and Graphics

TuxMachines - Sat, 2017-02-18 21:35
  • Ten Features You Will Not Find In The Mainline Linux 4.10 Kernel

    With last weekend mentioning ten exciting features of Linux 4.10, the tables have turned and now we are looking at ten features not found in the mainline our complete Linux 4.10 feature overview for all of the great stuff shipping in this kernel that should be out on Sunday. You may consider this article now as a bit of satire with some of these features weren't expected to appear in Linux 4.10 in the first place, but I am just mentioning several things that aren't in Linux 4.10 but some users would have found nice if they in fact happened.

  • SystemTap 3.1 has been released

    The SystemTap team has announced the 3.1 release of the tool that allows extracting performance and debugging information at runtime from the kernel as well as various user-space programs. New features include support for adding probes to Python 2 and 3 functions, Java probes now convert all parameters to strings before passing them to probes, a new @variance() statistical operator has been added, new sample scripts have been added, and more.

  • The X.Org Foundation Is Preparing For Their 2017 Elections

    This year's X.Org Foundation elections are warming up and will be getting underway shortly.

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RadeonSI Mesa 17.1-dev vs. AMDGPU-PRO 16.60 OpenGL Linux Gaming

TuxMachines - Sat, 2017-02-18 21:33

Yesterday I ran some fresh Vulkan RADV vs. AMDGPU-PRO benchmarks using the freshest AMD Linux drivers available. For getting your benchmarking fix today are some OpenGL benchmarks of RadeonSI Gallium3D on Mesa 17.1-devel plus Linux 4.10 compared to AMDGPU-PRO 16.60.

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How The Linux Foundation is Advancing Next-Gen Internet Infrastructure

LXer - Sat, 2017-02-18 20:15
The breadth of the The Linux Foundation (affectionately known as The LF) is often overlooked due to its eponymous name. However, what may not be apparent to the layman is that The LF is providing a true foundation for the next generation of Internet infrastructure by cultivating the biggest shared technology investment in history.

Caddy A Lightweight HTTP/2 Web Server to Deploy and Test Websites Easily

LinuxToday - Sat, 2017-02-18 19:00

Caddy is an alternative web server easy to configure and use.

Israeli soldiers hit in cyberespionage campaign using Android malware

LXer - Sat, 2017-02-18 18:20
More than 100 soldiers from the Israel Defense Forces had their Android phones infected with malware by a cyberespionage group.

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