By Frazer Kline Synergy works really well, it’s simple to use, and is an essential utility if you want to control local computers with a single mouse and keyboard.
For at least some Intel Bay Trail systems, the Linux 4.0 and Linux 4.1 kernels bring measurable performance improvements as shown by this latest round of Phoronix kernel benchmarking.
By email@example.com Ronald Ropp has announced the release of a new version of wattOS Linux. The wattOS project develops a lightweight distribution, based on Ubuntu, which attempts to be energy efficient while providing users with a responsive desktop interface. The new version of wattOS, called Release 9, is available in….
In the past we’ve written about Eltechs’ ExaGear Desktop software that claims to be 4.5x faster than QEMU and allows x86 Windows/Linux programs to run on ARM. The company has sent over their latest benchmark results of their latest performance claims…
Unixmen: None of the Linux distributions comes with all essential applications for daily usage, Agree?
From: Linux Today
The Xen Orchestra team announced this week their next big release: Xen Orchestra 4.0. Xen Orchestra 4.0 has been in development for over nine months now and is codenamed Double Bass…
The Intel Compute Stick packs a lot into a tiny package: 2GB of DDR3L memory, 32GB eMMC storage, Intel Atom Z3735F quad-core processor with Intel HD Graphics, Bluetooth 4.0, 802.11n WiFi, USB 2.0, and a microSD card slot… All into a 103 x 37 x 12 mm package, but how warm does it get under full load? Here’s some numbers…
By Boris Derzhavets Actually, straight forward install RDO Kilo on Fedora 22 crashes due to relatively simple puppet mistake. Workaround for this issue was recently suggested by Javier Pena. Start packstack for multinode deployment as normal to get files require updates.After first packstack crash update /usr/share/ruby/vendor_ruby/puppet/provider/service/systemd.rb to include “F22” (in quite obvious place) on all deployment nodes