The free-software community was built on email, a distributed technology
that allows people worldwide to communicate regardless of their particular
software environment. While email remains at the core of many projects’
workflow, others are increasingly trying to move away from it. A couple of
recent examples show what is driving this move and where it may be headed.
One of the great things about the Python programming language is PyPI, the Python Package Index, where third-party libraries are hosted, available for anyone to install and gain access to pre-existing functionality without starting from scratch. These libraries are handy utilities, written by members of the community, that aren’t found within the Python standard library. But they work in much the same way—you import them into your code and have access to functions and classes you didn’t write yourself.read more
This article explains the cal and ncal commands in detail along with the options you can use with them.
Learn how to Dual boot Ubuntu 18.xx along with Windows 10. Ubuntu 18.04 aka Bionic Beaver was released on April 26th, 2018 with a lot of changes on front end as well as on backend. Major change that anybody who has ever used Ubuntu, will notice is the Desktop Environment.
Just ahead of Ubuntu 18.10, Solus 4, and Fedora 29 among other forthcoming Linux distribution releases, Elementary OS 5 “Juno” has been released for a polished desktop experience that aims to compete with macOS and Windows for desktop usability…
More Linux storage drivers have been converted to the “blk-mq” interfaces for the multi-queue block I/O queuing mechanism for the 4.20~5.0 kernel cycle…
elementary OS is an Ubuntu-based distribution which features the Pantheon desktop environment and a custom application store. The project’s latest stable release is elementary OS 5.0 “Juno”. There are several new improvements to the desktop, file manager and software centre in the new version: “We’re happy to debut….