A roundup of events in Fedora.
It is far more stable than its predecessors, and it continues to do basically everything I want it to do, so it’s pretty good!
Alec Main shares with Muktware his views on the vulnerabilities that still exist for Android devices from the recent Pileup attack. The post Android’s Pileup attack requires a fair bit of smart timing to make happen, says Alec Main of Graphite appeared first on Muktware.
With changes by the Chrome security team in the way that Chrome displays warnings, they have seen an increase in Chrome security. The post Chrome security increases with changes in security warnings appeared first on Muktware.
“Not at launch but it is something we’re looking at & having discussions around. We’d love to support Linux, a matter of when not if and for what titles.” The post Possible Linux version for GRID Autosport: Codemasters appeared first on Muktware.
“There is not a line of ZeniMax code or any of its technology in any Oculus products.” The post ZeniMax accuses Oculus of stealing IP, cancels Doom 3 VR Edition appeared first on Muktware.
The additive will be phased out of both ready-to-drink beverages and fountain-machine formulas, according to Coca-Cola spokesman Josh Gold. The post Coca-Cola, Pepsi getting rid of controversial BVO from all drinks appeared first on Muktware.
Lenovo has announced two Chromebooks – N20 and N20p. While both Chromebooks are identical, N20p offers a touchscreen display and its keyboard can flex 300° backward to convert from Laptop mode to Stand mode. The post Linux FTW: Lenovo launches two Chromebooks appeared first on Muktware.
A project’s choice of a license will have significant effects on its ability to sustain itself.
When AMD revealed an “ambidextrous” processor roadmap based on both x86 and ARM cores last Fall, it saved one surprise for today: they’ll be pin compatible!
I’ve found a few articles about using the Clojure programming language on the BeagleBone Black. However, all of them I’ve seen gloss over the installation steps. I got Clojure 1.6.0 running on my rev B BeagleBone Black (aka BBB from here on) and I’ve outlined the steps to do it in this post. If you […]
You might be wondering why you might want to attach an Arduino to your Raspberry Pi. While there are lots of reasons, probably the most poignant is the extra six PWM-capable pins and another six analogue pins that a standard Arduino Uno offers.
Pinguy 14.04 RC is now available for testing. Pinguy OS is an Ubuntu-based distribution targeted at beginning Linux users. It features numerous user-friendly enhancements, out-of-the-box support for multimedia codecs and browser plugins, a heavily tweaked GNOME user interface with enhanced menus, panels and dockbars, and a careful selection of popular desktop applications for many common […]
Earlier this month Raytheon entered into a $15.8 million contract with the U.S. Navy to upgrade Raytheon’s control systems for unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), according to a May 2 Avionics Intelligence report. The overhaul, which involves a switch from Solaris to Linux, is designed to implement more modern controls to help ground-based personnel control UAVs.
One of Linux’s advantages has always been that you rarely need to reboot it. Now, a new program, CloudLinux’s KernelCare, tries to make rebooting totally unnecessary.