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Install SteamOS

October 28th, 2015
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CPU Temperature Sensor Chip Data

October 28th, 2015
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How do I read CPU core temperature data including fan speed from a shell prompt under a Linux operating system? How do I monitor my Linux server cpu hardware and all sensor chips data using a command prompt on a Debian or Ubuntu?

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Hardware, How To

Different Ubuntu Flavors on Raspberry Pi ?

October 28th, 2015
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Raspberry Pi, the family of tiny, inexpensive computers popular for educational and embedded computing, could soon become more Ubuntu-friendly. That’s thanks to new tools that make it easier to port certain versions of Canonical’s operating systems to Raspberry Pi devices.

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Desktop, Education, Raspberry Pi, Raspian, Ubuntu

What is SteamOS All About

October 28th, 2015
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Migrating from Windows to Linux

October 6th, 2015
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The first thing that people who migrate from Windows need to understand is that Linux is not Windows. People seem to forget this fact when they experience something completely foreign while using Linux. Like when the audio doesn’t appear to work despite the volume slider being adjusted or the default video driver doesn’t offer expected gaming performance, among other areas of confusion.

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Desktop, Distro - Other, Education, How To

Double Down on Real-Time Linux

October 6th, 2015
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The Linux Foundation today is announcing a new Real-Time Linux Collaborative Project, though it’s important to first understand and realize that efforts to develop Real-Time Linux have been ongoing for over a decade.
Back in October of 2004, MontaVista Linux (now owned by Cavium) launched its Real-Time Linux effort, which saw multiple kernel developments land Real-Time Linux Kernelin 2005. In 2006, Wind River (now owned by Intel) joined the Real-Time Linux market, pushing it forward.
ntil 2006, Real-Time Linux had been a separate area of development from the mainline Linux kernel, but that changed with the Linux 2.6.22 kernel, which was the first to include Real-Time. Various improvements have been incorporated and integrated in multiple kernels since as Real-Time has evolved.

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Distro - Other, Really?, RedHat, RT Linux

Collaboration with ownCloud 6

October 1st, 2015
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Uninstall Software Using the Command Line in Linux

October 1st, 2015
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Linux provides different methods for installing software. You can install software from the standard Ubuntu software repositories using the Ubuntu Software Center, from outside of the standard Ubuntu software repositories, or by compiling source code. However, what if you need to uninstall a program?

If you’ve installed software from the Ubuntu software repositories using the Ubuntu Software Center, you can use the Ubuntu Software Center to uninstall that software as well. However, if you’re more comfortable using the command line, we’ll show you an easy way to see what’s installed on your system and uninstall programs.

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Education, How To, Open Souce Applications