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Got a Screwdriver? GalliumOS Can Turn Chromebooks Into Linux Boxes

GalliumOS is a Chromebook-specific Linux variant. It lets you put a real Linux distro on a Chromebook. My recent review of a new Chromebook feature — the ability to run Linux apps on some Chromebook models — sparked my interest in other technologies that run complete Linux distros on some Chromebooks without using ChromeOS. GalliumOS...

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Oracle Updates Its Linux Distro with Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.6 Compatibility

Derived from the sources of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.6, the Oracle Enterprise Linux 7 Update 6 release ships with Oracle’s Unbreakable Enterprise Kernel (UEK) Release 5 version 4.14.35-1818.3.3 for both 64-bit (x86_64) and ARM architectures, and the Red Hat Compatible Kernel 3.10.0-957, which is only available for 64-bit systems. “Existing applications in user space...

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Changing Up Your Linux Distro

It’s common for Linux users to hop between distributions and survey the field, and I recently reached a point where I had to seriously rethink the one I was using most of the time. Between hardware compatibility issues with my old standby and some discouraging missteps with other go-to choices, I felt the time had...

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Another Milestone Achieved: Run Linux Apps on a Chromebook

Linux apps now can run in a Chromebook’s Chrome OS environment. However, the process can be tricky, and it depends on your hardware’s design and Google’s whims. It is somewhat similar to running Android apps on your Chromebook, but the Linux connection is far less forgiving. If it works in your Chromebook’s flavor, though, the...

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SD Times news digest: Altova Version 2019, European Commission approves Microsoft’s GitHub acquisition, and Linux 4.19

Altova has announced MissionKit Version 2019. The new release adds a newly redesigned UI that provides support for high-PPI monitors, support for data mapping of Protocol Buffers in MapForce, new standards support, and a new add-in for Excel called Altova Solvency II XBRL. “To support developers working on high-res displays, we have given XMLSpy and...

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60 mph ‘Teal One’ Flying Drone Runs Linux on a Jetson TX1

Teal One may be the fastest ride you can find on an all-purpose camera drone: it’s able to run up to 60 miles per hour and it also claims to provide 40 mph wind resistance. It is a higher-end, all-purpose, semi-autonomous camera quadcopter that has an onboard Nvidia Jetson TX1 module. There’s a TealSDK that offers advanced controls and telemetry,...

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Pulseway Announces Release of Pulseway 6.0, Feral Interactive’s Life Is Strange 2 Coming to Linux in 2019, Fedora 29 Achieves “Flicker-Free” Boot Experience, Red Hat’s Satellite 6.4 Now Available and Stratis 1.0 Is Out

Pulseway recently announced the release of Pulseway 6.0. This new version, known as Pulseway Scale, “empowers IT professionals to remotely monitor and manage IT systems with thousands of endpoints from a smartphone or tablet—anytime, anywhere—and easily take corrective action before clients are impacted”. New capabilities include a new organization structure, si… Linux Journal News

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Tor Browser for Android (Alpha) Now Available, Feral Interactive Announces Total War: THREE KINGDOMS Coming to Linux Spring 2019, Ubuntu 18.10 Cosmic Cuttlefish Final Beta Released, Four New openSUSE Tumbleweed Snapshots and More

The Tor Browser for Android (alpha) is now available. This mobile browser has the “highest privacy protections ever available and is on par with Tor Browser for desktop”. You can download the alpha release from Google Play, or you can get the apk directly from here. You also will need Orbot, which is a proxy...