Red Hat wants to be your AWS hybrid cloud and container company as well your Linux provider.
Many websites have now enabled the “preview” feature. Through this feature, you can view the content of the video; these are usually clips from the video, or you can view an image on the website. You can see this by simply hovering over the image or the thumbnail of the video to see the preview […]
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The promise of running serious Linux servers on ARM processors has been there for ages. Now, at long last, the reality is here.
What Is Linux OS? Linux, similar to U-bix is an operating system which can be used for various computers, hand held devices, embedded devices, etc. The reason why Linux operated system is preferred by many, is because it is easy to use and re-use. Linux based operating system is technically not an Operating System. Operating […]
Packagekit aims to make the management of applications in the Linux and GNU systems. The main objective to remove the pains it takes to create a system. Along with this in an interview, Richard Hughes, the developer of Packagekit said that he aims to make the Linux systems just as powerful as the Windows or […]
What Is Ubuntu? Ubuntu is open source software. It is useful for Linux based computers. The software is marketed by the Canonical Ltd., Ubuntu community. Ubuntu was first released in late October in 2004. The Ubuntu program uses Java, Python, C, C++ and C# programming languages. What Is New? The version 17.04 is now available here […]
The problem with Windows is that there are various limitations to the computer and there is only so much you can do with it. You can access the Ext3 Reiserfs Xfs by using the coLinux tool. Download the tool from the official site or from the sourceforge site. Edit the connection to “TAP Win32 Adapter […]
Every computer user wants their computers to run as smoothly as possible. Here are few tips to ensure that: Clear out all junk files from time to time. Do not overload your computer’s C: drive. Uninstall all unnecessary applications. Remember to use the task manager to check out unnecessary service. Disable the service if you […]
This is the case of reaching consensus on the ISO/IEC DIS 29500 (OOXML), which was recommended by the Polish. It was found that the consensus had not been reached. When the meeting was held, twelve votes supporting the new standard protocol, abstained votes were two and ten votes rejected it. When the consensus was not […]
Visual Changelog, is a function of the computer which protects the computer and the PC from various different things. The updates are usually rolled out by the owner or the manufacturing brand of the PC, such as Windows. Changelogs are required to maintain and extend the stability of the computer being used. These visual changelogs […]
The visual Changelog is an fantastic new distro. The features of the visual Changelog revision 777000 are as follows: It lets you select a different kind of alphabets. The version features new exciting games. The Lancelot menu can be used again. The Luna applet has been enhanced. The picture frame KDE 4 can now be placed […]
What Is Truecrypt? Truecrypt, now discontinued, was a free software which was used to encrypt files and create an encryption with the files. How To Use Truecrypt? After opening the application follow the steps given below: Create volume. Then select the first option for the encrypted file. After that choose the first option. Select file, […]
Why Use Imagemagick? With the advent of the digital cameras and the popularity of photography, it is important to have attractive pictures. ImageMagick allows you to get the perfect image in no time. The software is basically used to enhance images. ImageMagick comes with a set of tools that allow the user to create and […]
Look out Amazon Web Services, by using Kubernetes and Istio, Google will enable Cisco customers to easily move and run their applications both on their own data centers and Google Cloud Platform.
Want a blast from your floppy disk past? PC-MOS/386, a 30-year-old MS-DOS clone operating system, is back as open source.
Open source changed everything about how we write code, can open-sourcing data do the same for big data? The experts say yes.
The latest version of Ubuntu Linux is here with the GNOME desktop as its new interface, as Ubuntu bids adieu to its own takes on the Linux desktop.
IBM mainframes are alive, well, and being designed to make the most of Linux.
As Kubernetes cloud container orchestration grows ever more important, so does the need for qualified Kubernetes administrators.