Get Hardware Details In Linux With ‘dmidecode’

By Mohd Sohail ?dmidecode is a tool for dumping a computer’s DMI (some say SMBIOS ) table contents in a human-readable format. This table contains a description of the system’s hardware components as well as other useful pieces of information such as serial numbers and BIOS revision. Thanks to this table, you can retrieve this information without having to probe for the actual hardware. While this is a good point in terms of report speed and safeness, this also makes the presented information possibly unreliable.

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Linux-based AGL IVI stack to debut on 2018 Toyota Camry

The Automotive Grade Linux project’s IVI platform will first appear on the 2018 Toyota Camry. Yet, Google poses new competition with “Android Automotive.” The Linux Foundation’s Automotive Grade Linux (AGL) project announced its first design win for its open source, Yocto Project based Unified Code Base (UCB) distribution for in-vehicle infotainment (IVI). The 2018 Toyota […]

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Hacking and Linux Go Together Like 2 Keys in a Key Pair

By Jonathan Terrasi

Ever since taking an interest Linux, with the specific aim of better understanding and enhancing my personal digital security, I have been fascinated by hacker conferences. As soon as I learned of their existence, I made a point of keeping tabs on the major conferences so I could browse through the latest videos in their archive once each one wraps up. I thought that was the closest I would get to such an event, but a couple of weeks ago, I had the chance to attend one for the first time: Chicago’s THOTCON.

From: Linux Insider

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Mutt An Open Source Text Based Email Client For Linux

By Mohd Sohail ?Mutt is an email client but with a different approach. It is fully based on the terminal when it comes to work. Mutt is a very simple email client easy to configure and use. It was really awesome to use it and now it is the default email client on my PC. Let us see more about mutt and see how to install mutt on our Linux box.

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Qt 5.9 released

By ris Lars Knoll takes a look
at the Qt 5.9 LTS release. “With Qt 5.9, we have had a strong focus on performance and stability. We’ve fixed a large number of bugs all across Qt, and we have done a lot of work to improve our continuous integration system. This will make it a lot easier for us to create new releases (both patch level and minor releases) from 5.9 onward.

We’ve also added automated performance regression testing to our testing
infrastructure, something that will allow us to continuously monitor our
work on improving the performance of Qt.” Qt 5.9 will be supported
for three years.

From: LWN

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