By Matt Hartley Linux is known for offering tremendous overall hardware compatibility, but Linux is most famous for its compatibility with older laptop hardware. This article will share some of the best Linux distros for old laptop hardware and also touch on what the minimum requirements are for each distro.
By David Jones
Raspberry Pi turned 5 years old on Tuesday, and to mark the occasion, the foundation announced a new member of the family, the Raspberry Pi Zero W, and a case to go with it. Raspberry Pi Zero W adds wireless LAN and Bluetooth capabilities to tiny computer’s growing list of capabilities. Priced at just $10, the device is affordable for anyone who wants to take the Pi for a test drive. “We imagine you’ll find all sorts of uses for the Zero W,” said Raspberry PI founder Eben Upton.”It makes a better general purpose computer because you’re less likely to need a hub.”
From: Linux Insider
The WebAssembly project that’s the cross-browser effort for low-level programming for in-browser client-side execution has reached a major milestone today. WASM can allow compiling C/C++ among other languages down into code supported by Firefox, Chrome, WebKit, and Edge…
HowToForge: When using GUI-based text/source code editors, some features are a given, such as selecting text
From: Linux Today
By Sean Michael Kerner Ansible Tower 3.1 update adds new multi-workflow playbook DevOps capabilities to Red Hat’s IT automation platform, as well as enhanced search and scale-out clustering features.
In preparation for Ryzen tests coming up in the near future, I’ve been running some fresh benchmarks across a range of Intel and AMD x86_64 Linux systems. For those curious about the current performance of Ubuntu 17.04 daily with the Linux 4.10 kernel, here are benchmarks from 14 of the systems.
In this tutorial, we will show you how to install MariaDB 10.1 stable version in the most widely used versions of RHEL/CentOS and Fedora distributions.
From: Linux Today