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  • Linux Journal is Back
    par Webmaster le 22/09/2020 à 6:15

    by Webmaster As of today, Linux Journal is back, and operating under the ownership of Slashdot Media. As Linux enthusiasts and long-time fans of Linux Journal, we were disappointed to hear about Linux Journal closing its doors last year. It took some time, but fortunately […]

  • Linux Journal Ceases Publication: An Awkward Goodbye
    par Kyle Rankin le 08/08/2019 à 1:55

    by Kyle Rankin IMPORTANT NOTICE FROM LINUX JOURNAL, LLC: On August 7, 2019, Linux Journal shut its doors for good. All staff were laid off and the company is left with no operating funds to continue in any capacity. The website will continue to stay up for the next few weeks, […]

  • Oops! Debugging Kernel Panics
    par Petros Koutoupis le 07/08/2019 à 11:30

    by Petros Koutoupis A look into what causes kernel panics and some utilities to help gain more information. Working in a Linux environment, how often have you seen a kernel panic? When it happens, your system is left in a crippled state until you reboot it completely. And, even […]

  • Loadsharers: Funding the Load-Bearing Internet Person
    par Eric S. Raymond le 07/08/2019 à 11:00

    by Eric S. Raymond The internet has a sustainability problem. Many of its critical services depend on the dedication of unpaid volunteers, because they can't be monetized and thus don't have any revenue stream for the maintainers to live on. I'm talking about services like DNS, […]

  • Documenting Proper Git Usage
    par Zack Brown le 07/08/2019 à 10:30

    by Zack Brown Jonathan Corbet wrote a document for inclusion in the kernel tree, describing best practices for merging and rebasing git-based kernel repositories. As he put it, it represented workflows that were actually in current use, and it was a living document that […]

  • Understanding Python's asyncio
    par Reuven M. Lerner le 07/08/2019 à 10:00

    by Reuven M. Lerner How to get started using Python's asyncio. Earlier this year, I attended PyCon, the international Python conference. One topic, presented at numerous talks and discussed informally in the hallway, was the state of threading in Python—which is, in a […]

  • RV Offsite Backup Update
    par Kyle Rankin le 07/08/2019 à 9:15

    by Kyle Rankin Having an offsite backup in your RV is great, and after a year of use, I've discovered some ways to make it even better. Last year I wrote a feature-length article on the data backup system I set up for my RV (see Kyle's "DIY RV Offsite Backup and Media Server" […]

  • Another Episode of "Seems Perfectly Feasible and Then Dies"--Script to Simplify the Process of Changing System Call Tables
    par Zack Brown le 07/08/2019 à 8:45

    by Zack Brown David Howells put in quite a bit of work on a script, ./scripts/, to simplify the entire process of changing the system call tables. With this script, it was a simple matter to add, remove, rename or renumber any system call you liked. The script […]

  • Experts Attempt to Explain DevOps--and Almost Succeed
    par Bryan Lunduke le 07/08/2019 à 8:00

    by Bryan Lunduke What is DevOps? How does it relate to other ideas and methodologies within software development? Linux Journal Deputy Editor and longtime software developer, Bryan Lunduke isn't entirely sure, so he asks some experts to help him better understand the DevOps […]

  • DNA Geometry with cadnano
    par Joey Bernard le 07/08/2019 à 7:30

    by Joey Bernard This article introduces a tool you can use to work on three-dimensional DNA origami. The package is called cadnano, and it's currently being developed at the Wyss Institute. With this package, you'll be able to construct and manipulate the three-dimensional […]

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