Kubeflow project aims to make it easy for everyone to develop, deploy, and manage composable, portable, and scalable machine learning on Kubernetes.
This PDF merging and splitting tool hasn't been packaged in Fedora for a while, but that doesn't mean it's off limits to you.
Photo Funnel is a simple tool for importing photos and RAW files from storage cards to a Linux machine.
Tecmint: The RPM database is made up of files under the /var/lib/rpm/ directory in CentOS and other enterprise Linux distributions such as RHEL, openSUSE, Oracle Linux and more.
MakeTechEasier: If you have a Raspberry Pi, did you know that you can build your own Amazon Echo on it?
These shortcuts for common editing tasks make using the vi text editor easier and more efficient.
LinuxConfig: Learn how to setup a a Minecraft server configuration procedure on Ubuntu 18.04 Bionic Beaver Linux.
GamingOnLinux: Feral Interactive have ported a lot of AAA games to Linux and they're once again teasing that another is about to arrive.
ZDnet: Tesla is still a long way from fully releasing its cars' full open-source programs and Linux operating system code, but it's on its way.
The cloud has become synonymous with all things data storage. It additionally equates to the many web-centric services accessing that same back-end data storage, but the term also has evolved to mean so much more.
An in-depth breakdown of the technologies involved in making up the cloud and a survey of cloud-service providers.
How to get started with AWS, install Apache, create an EFS volume and much more.
by Corey Quinn
Cloud billing is inherently complex; it's not just you.
In its simplest form, the Nextcloud server is "just" a personal, free software alternative to services like Dropbox or iCloud. You can set it up so your files are always accessible via the internet, from wherever you are, and share them with your friends. However, Nextcloud can do so much more.
by Kyle Rankin
Apply a few basic hardening principles to secure your cloud environment.
by Kyle Rankin
Vendor lock-in has moved from corporate infrastructure into the cloud, only this time many are all too happy to embrace it.
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Linux Mint 19 will enter beta stage on Monday, June 4, 2018
eWEEK: The open-source Helm project is now its own standalone project in the Cloud Native Computing Foundation, providing a package management system for deploying applications into a Kubernetes cluster.
LinuxUprising: To be able to choose the theme Qt applications are using on your Linux system, tweak some settings, and have an overall better integration with Gnome / Gtk, you can give Kvantum a try.
BlackArch Linux 2018.06.01 is now available to download and ships with a lot of goodies
Linux Lite 4.0 Released, Linux Foundation's Acumos AI Challenge, Fedora 29 Bootloader Debate and More
News briefs June 1, 2018.
Linux Lite 4.0 "Diamond", is now available. This release is the first to drop 32-bit support, and it features "major design changes that include new system theme (Adapta) and icon sets (Papirus)", Softpedia News reports. In addition, Linux Lite 4.0 "adopts the swap file implementation from Ubuntu 18.04 LTS, as well as full disk encryption in the installer to replace home encryption". You can download it from here.
The Linux Foundation yesterday announced the Acumos AI Challenge, sponsored by AT&T and Tech Mahindra. The challenge "is an open source developer competition seeking innovative, ground-breaking artificial intelligence (AI) solutions from students, developers, and data scientists". The challenge is accepting submissions May 31 to August 5, 2018. The 1st place team will win $50,000, and the 2nd and 3rd place teams each will receive $25,000.
Fedora 29 may make the GRUB bootloader hidden by default, and this possibility is stirring up a bit of a debate. According to Phoronix, the pros are for a "faster boot experience", and the cons worry new users won't know how to revert to an older kernel if necessary. See the thread for the whole discussion.
Jolla Sailfish 2.2.0 "Mouhijoki" has been released. This update "introduces a new simpler single item view in Gallery and Camera app, adds fingerprint unlock support and emoji keyboard layout", as well as more robust VPN and MDM, and updated support for Xperia X and Jolla C devices among other things.
Phoronix turns 14 next week. Find out how you can help them celebrate.
Samuel F. Dabney, co-founder of Atari and one of the creators of Pong passed away May 26, 2018, The New York Times reports. He was 81. RIP Mr Dabney.News Distributions AI Fedora Mobile gaming
Starting from the simplest software management method, here are the 3 main ways of installing and uninstalling software in Ubuntu.
ostechnix: This tutorial describes how to disable built-in or external webcam when it's not used and how to enable it back when required in Linux.