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power management, thermals, battery life... fine tuning is closer then we thought.

Reddit - Mon, 2018-11-12 18:34

Hey guys.

I've found this quite interesting utility. It was made for server platforms but I was able to start it on my laptop, t440p with Haswell 4910MQ. All I had to do is to load msr kernel module and add CPU ID in rapl.c file in the source.
I'm not a developer but I'm sure that you guys can make a good tool to manage that stuff. This kind of functionality with undervolting and integration with TLP can make a huge step forward in power management.

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Model the brain with the NEST simulator on Fedora

LXer - Mon, 2018-11-12 18:32
The latest version of the NEST simulator is now available in Fedora as part of the NeuroFedora initiative.  NEST is a standard tool used by computational neuroscientists to make large scale computer models of the brain  that are needed to investigate among other things, how the brain processes information. The NEST Eco-system NEST offers a […]

16-Way AMD EPYC Cloud Benchmark Comparison: Amazon EC2 vs. SkySilk vs. Packet

TuxMachines - Mon, 2018-11-12 18:17

With last week Amazon Web Services rolling out AMD EPYC cloud instances to EC2, I figured it would be an interesting time for a fresh benchmark look at how the AMD Linux cloud performance compares from some of the popular cloud providers. For this article are sixteen different instances benchmarked while looking at the raw performance as well as the value on each instance type relative to the benchmark performance and time consumed for the on-demand spot instancing. EPYC instances were tested from Amazon EC2, Packet.com, and SkySilk.

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Stealth and hacking game 'OFF GRID' fully funded and heading to Linux

LinuxToday - Mon, 2018-11-12 18:00

GamingOnLinux: OFF GRID, a stealth and hacking game about privacy and mass surveillance managed to get funded on Kickstarter and so it's coming to Linux.

System76 Thelio, Fedora 29, Solus Update, Samsung DeX, i3wm, ProtonDB | This Week in Linux 43

LXer - Mon, 2018-11-12 17:17
on TWinL43: Lutris, KDE Connect, openSUSE's Legal Review System, Sailfish 3.0, Cinnamon 4.0, GIMP, System76 Thelio, Fedora 29, Solus Update, Samsung DeX, i3wm, ProtonDB & much more!

VMware Buys Kubernetes-based Heptio to Boost Its Multi-Cloud Strategy

LinuxToday - Mon, 2018-11-12 17:00

itprotoday: Another important open source company has been picked up by a big proprietary player.

16-Way AMD EPYC Cloud Benchmark Comparison: Amazon EC2 vs. SkySilk vs. Packet

Phoronix - Mon, 2018-11-12 16:56
With last week Amazon Web Services rolling out AMD EPYC cloud instances to EC2, I figured it would be an interesting time for a fresh benchmark look at how the AMD Linux cloud performance compares from some of the popular cloud providers. For this article are sixteen different instances benchmarked while looking at the raw performance as well as the value on each instance type relative to the benchmark performance and time consumed for the on-demand spot instancing. EPYC instances were tested from Amazon EC2, Packet.com, and SkySilk.

A Free Guide for Setting Your Open Source Strategy

Linux.com - Mon, 2018-11-12 16:49
Title: A Free Guide for Setting Your Open Source Strategy12 NovLearn more

A Trash-Bin for the Ubuntu Command Line

LXer - Mon, 2018-11-12 16:03
In this article, we will explain a few ways to safely remove files through the Ubuntu command line and also install a Trash CLI so that files can be recovered if we have deleted them by mistake.

How to Install Open Source Social Network (OSSN) on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS

LinuxToday - Mon, 2018-11-12 16:00

HowToForge: Open Source Social Network (OSSN) is a free and open source social networking software written in PHP.

LVM usage

Reddit - Mon, 2018-11-12 15:18

Hi Guys, I was wondering.

In my company, few IT people knew LVM and fewer people don't even installed/used it on their linux server.

Is it me who idealsize the use of LVM ? I don't get why people skipped that part.

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Vulkan 1.1.92 Released, Finally Allows For Chunked HTML Documentation

Phoronix - Mon, 2018-11-12 15:06
Vulkan 1.1.92 is out today to mark the newest specification update to this high-performance graphics/compute API...

Linux Getting Two-Line Patch To Finally Deal With The Quirky Microsoft OEM Mouse

Phoronix - Mon, 2018-11-12 14:17
While Microsoft is self-proclaimed to love Linux, their common and very basic Microsoft OEM Mouse has not loved the Linux kernel or vice-versa... The Linux kernel HID code is finally getting a quirk fix to deal with the Microsoft OEM mouse as it would disconnect every minute when running at run-levels one or three...

Import your files from closed or obsolete applications

LinuxToday - Mon, 2018-11-12 14:00

An interview with Italo Vignoli of the Document Liberation Project.

Behind the scenes with Linux containers

LXer - Mon, 2018-11-12 13:49
Can you have Linux containers without Docker? Without OpenShift? Without Kubernetes?read more

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