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Avoid "Illegal Characters in Path" error in ZipArchive files with .DS_Store data or unix files

If a Zip file has his origin in Linux or Mac. ZipArchive class can fail trying to return Entries Collection

Skype for Web Now Available on Chrome and Linux OS

Who doesn’t know about Skype? Well, if you haven’t, then you must be from another planet. Nevertheless, there is nothing to worry as this post will give you a brief introduction of what Skype instant messaging app is all about. What is Skype? Skype is a free to download and install instant messaging app. Show More Summary

R Consortium for further development of community

The Linux Foundation announced the R Consortium to provide support to the R Foundation and to organizations developing the language. "Millions of data scientists and academic researchers use R language… Tags: R

The Kickstarter for story-driven puzzle-platformer Renoir has launched

Czech Republic-based Soulbound Games has launched the Kickstarter for its story-driven puzzle-platformer Renoir. In development for Linux, Mac, PC and current-gen consoles, the independent developer is seeking $61,279, and has already garnered a fair bit of traction within 24 hours: 296 backers have already donated $7,325 toward the project which has 29 days left on […]

Run Linux on Surface Pro 3

If you consider yourself tech-savvy and have a Surface tablet device, you may have wondered if you can run Linux on Surface Pro 3 tablets. The answer is: YES, you can. The guys who maintain the TekLinux YouTube channel created a 30-minute … Continue reading ? The post Run Linux on Surface Pro 3 appeared first on Love My Surface.

Best Smartphone Apps for Free Cross-Platform Video Calls

What is the best way to make a video call from your Android device to a Windows, Mac, or Linux desktop computer, or an iPhone, or a Windows Phone? Since the arrival of Skype video calling, more and more companies have attempted to get...Show More Summary

Watching over the evolution of OpenStack and open source cloud computing

It was back in June of 2013 when TheServerSide was first introduced to OpenStack, Red Hat's ambitious attempt to do for cloud computing what they did with the open source Linux model, that is, make a commodity out of it leverage it as a major revenue stream. Show More Summary

Enhanced drug features added to We Happy Few along with Mac, Linux support

Contrast developer Compulsion Games has blast through its first stretch goal for the We Happy Few Kickstarter. The stretch goal enhances the drug feature in the game with extra effects and more drug types. The next stretch goal is a Sandbox Mode, and $280,000 is needed in order for the feature to be included. The […]

Linux Foundation Announces R Consortium to Support Users Around the World

by Angela Guess According to a new article, “The Linux Foundation, the nonprofit organization dedicated to accelerating the growth of Linux and collaborative development, today announced the R Consortium. This new organization will strengthen both the technical and user communities as a Collaborative Project hosted at Linux Foundation. Show More Summary

Firefox 39 beta lets users link Hello to social accounts

Mozilla has a new beta version of Firefox (version 39), which notably brings in the ability to invite others to Firefox Hello chats using social networks. The update is available now for Mac, Windows, Android and Linux. With Firefox Hello sharing, you can now link your Hello account to Facebook, Twitter or LinkedIn. Show More Summary

Firefox 39 arrives with Hello URL sharing, smoother animation and scrolling on OS X, better Android pasting

Mozilla today launched Firefox 39 for Windows, Mac, Linux, and Android. Notable additions to the browser include an option to share Hello URLs via social networks, smoother animation and scrolling on Mac OS X, and the ability to paste Android clipboard content into editable Web content. Firefox 39 for the desktop is available for download […]

The Linux User’s Toolkit for Discovering New Apps

With a few exceptions, installing a Linux distribution is like checking into an all-inclusive resort. Your hardware works out-of-the-box, and you get an impressive selection of pre-installed software: from photo editing tools and multimedia players to email and chat clients, and even a full-blown office suite. Show More Summary

Ronin slices and dices her way out of Early Access onto PC, Linux and Mac

Tomasz Waclawek’s polished up freeware title Ronin has been released out of Early Access and is available for Linux, Mac and PC. The turn-based action platformer stars a ninja out to kill members of a powerful corporation. New features such as UI indicators, jump arc modifications, and more open ended progression through levels have been […]

Linux Foundation Announces R Consortium With Support From Microsoft And Others

The Linux Foundation today announced the R Consortium, a new organization will strengthen both the technical and user communities as a Collaborative Project hosted at Linux Foundation. The R Consortium works with and provides support to the R Foundation and other organizations developing, maintaining and distributing R software and provides a unifying framework for the […]

Microsoft, Oracle, HP, Tibco, RStudio form the R Consortium under the Linux Foundation

The new group unites the users of the open-source R programming language, widely used among data scientists and statisticians.

LEGO Minifigures Online Launch Trailer

Funcom have today released the official launch trailer for LEGO Minifigures Online. The launch trailer coincides with the game’s release today on PC, MAC, Linux and Android. Speaking about it’s release, Funcom CEO Rui Casais stated:Show More Summary

Heralding The Dawn Of A New Age--Docker Matures, Gets Industry Buy-In, And Makes Peace

Last week saw Docker, the open source container initiative, hold its conference in San Francisco. For those not aware, Docker builds upon the concept of Linux Containers. The idea being that distinct functionality can be packaged within a single container which helps with application creation and portability. Docker is an [...]

Linux bids for UAV world domination by enslaving future skybot army

Dronecode initiative gains momentum, confirms aerial component of coming revolution The Dronecode open-source UAV platform initiative has announced that it has welcomed on board a raft of new members, who'll help drive the project towards becoming a de facto standard for consumer and commercial drones.…

Old School Summer

Although I still have two days left to work until I am officially on summer holidays (yes, June 30th this year…) I’ve already started on my summer project: learning to work with Linux through the command line and working on my Python skills. When I was a kid, my dad and I used to constantly […]

Get 90% off the Linux Learner Bundle

Master Linux quickly and efficiently with the next great courseware offer from TWC Deals! The Linux Learner Bundle puts you in command of the basics with 5 elite courses and 40+ hours of interactive learning content. Included in theShow More Summary

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