"The Linux Kernel 3.15 is now available for the users", announced Linus Torvalds. Just check what Linus wrote on the mailing list:
So I ended up doing an rc8 because I was a bit worried about some
last-minute dcache fixes, but it turns out that nobody seemed to even
notice those. We did have other issues during the week, though, so it
was just as well. The futex fixes and cleanups may stand out, but as
usual there's various other random fixes since rc8 in there too:
mainly drivers (drm, networking, sound, usb etc), networking,
scheduling and perf tooling.
But it's all been fairly small and quiet, which *may* of course be due
to the fact that last week was also the first week of the merge window
for 3.16. That might have distracted some developers. I'm not entirely
convinced I liked the overlap, but it seemed to work ok, and unless
people scream really loudly ("Please don't _ever_ do that again") and
give good reasons for doing so, I might end up doing that overlapping
merge window in the future too if it ends up helping out with some
particular timing issue.....
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What's the difference between cisco managed switch or unmanaged if I should plan in an unmanaged switch or a managed switch (planing to buy Cisco most likely).I don's see a point of buying a smart managed or even managed switch. Any suggestion ?
Hi, This article is to update you regarding what are the desktop environment are there you should aware of. Standard Linux circulations regularly default to one of two desktop environments, KDE or GNOME. Both of these give clients an instinctive and attractive desktop, and also offering a verity of media inbuilt softwares, system programs, games, utilities, web development tools, programming tools and so on. These two desktops center all the more on giving clients a cutting edge computing environment with all the accessories emphasized in Windows OS, instead of minimizing the measure of system resources they require.
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RSync or Remote Sync is the Linux command usually used for backup of files/directories and synchronizing them locally or remotely in an efficient way. One of the reasons of why RSync is preferred over all other alternatives is the speed of operation, RSync copies the chunk of data to other location at a significantly faster rate. This is because, whenever Rsync is executed for the very first occasion, it transfers all the data from source to the destination. On the next turn, it would just copy the files/directories whose contents are changed.
Another plus point of using this utility is, as it makes use of SSH protocol to encrypt the data to be replicated, so it is much more secure and trustworthy. One more advantage of using Rsync is, as it performs compression of the data at source end and decompresses it at the destination, the bandwidth used during the sync operation will be considerably less. Also, the file permissions, their user/group information and the timestamps is/can be preserved.
rsync [OPTIONS] SOURCE DESTINATION
-v : indicates Verbose mode which provides detailed information.
-r : indicates Recursive operation, timestamps and file permissions are not preserved
-a : indicates Archive mode,timestamps and file permissions are preserved
-z : indicates Compression, it compresses the data before it is transferred to destination.
-h : indicates Human Readable output format.
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As I watch the wallpapers of Linux Mint 17 cinnamon I wonder. What is the music that goes along with these images? This gives me the idea that each Linux distribution release could have its own music. A small playlist of creative commons music. I think relaxing, acoustic or very good audiophile recordings are a given choice. Then you probably would want a dedicated way of playing these. Here I'm thinking of a simple toggle button on the panel and a fast key.
Maybe this could further enhance the Linux experience.
Bioinformatics market is estimated to reach market size worth USD 9.1 Billion in 2018. The market is forecasted to record double digit growth, with highest revenue contribution from the bioinformatics platforms segment.
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The global bioinformatics market, estimated at USD 2.3 billion in 2012 is forecasted to reach a market size of USD 9.1 billion in 2018, at a CAGR of 25.4% from 2012 - 2018. The market growth is driven by rise in applications across various industries. The key contribution to the market demand is from fields such as agriculture biotechnology, pharmaceutical research and development, medical and clinical diagnostics, and other life-sciences related industries.
The bioinformatics platform holds the largest market share and is estimated to account for nearly 50% of the market revenue. The services market currently holds a relatively smaller market share, however is expected to increase considerably over the forecast period. The bioinformatics platform segment is the fastest growing market and is expected to contribute 54% of the total market growth during the same period.
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The demand across genomics and wide application in the medical and biological information sector is driving the demand for bioinformatics platforms and services in the global market. The research outsourcing by pharmaceutical giants in the fields involving bioinformatics content is a significant driver of the global bioinformatics market. These companies in efforts to reduce time and cost on R&D activities involved in the development of novel drugs and new applications for existing drugs, are looking for outsourcing services for bioinformatics knowledge and management tools, platforms, and services.
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Among the regional markets, North America holds the largest share; however, is forecasted to be succeeded by Europe as the leading market share holder in 2018, due to fast growth shown by major European markets such as Germany and U.K. Europe is forecasted to be the fastest growing region, with growth mainly driven by rising government support for R&D activities in the region. The bioinformatics services market in Europe and North America is well developed and organized whereas it is still in initial growth stage in emerging markets of Asia Pacific region.
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The report analyzes the global bioinformatics market growth across various segments such as knowledge management tools, platforms, and services. The in-depth analysis includes analysis of sub-segments up to three levels, with cross sectional analysis on the basis of geographical and regional market size and forecasts. The cross-sectional analysis of the global bioinformatics market based on applications further provides market growth potential across various end user industries. The segments considered on the basis of application are - molecular medicine, gene therapy, drug development and preventive medicine.
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Large scale adoption of digital signal processing in consumer electronics has lead to increased utilization of DSP chips that have penetrated into a number of applications that use advanced digital signal processing. Electronic design automation (EDA) vendors, foundries, fabless and fab manufacturers, intellectual property (IP) vendors, assembly & testing and packaging vendors are some of the key industry players in this market. IP market can be classified into standard non-customizable, customizable, application specific integrated circuits (ASIC), and programmable (FPGA & PLD) DSP core IP.
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Design architecture market can be segmented as product design, IC design and DSP System-On-Chips (SOC) design. Product segment markets can be enlisted as general purpose, application specific and programmable DSP ICs. IC design segment markets are standard non-embedded, embedded, single-core, and multi-core DSP processors markets.
Applications sectors can be enlisted as computers and computer peripherals, wireless communication, surveillance, VoIP, consumer electronics sector, automotive sector, industrial sector, medical sector, radar communication applications and nanotechnology. The increased use of DSP in the high demand consumer electronic equipments such as set-top-boxes, digital cameras and printers are driving the growth of this market. The application of DSP in automobile industry has increased. Automobile equipment manufacturers are using DSP for manufacturing vehicle parts. Moreover, several location-based service providers use advanced digital signal processors to manufacture vehicle surveillance equipments. North America and Asia Pacific are the largest manufacturer and consumer of in digital signal processing market. The leading nations in DSP market are U.S., China, Japan, Taiwan and Korea. Asia Pacific is now the leading destination for electronics manufacturers due to availability of skilled workforce and low production cost.
Some of the market players in this industry are Analog Devices Inc., Altera Corp., Broadcom Corp., Freescale Semiconductor Ltd., Ceva Inc., Infineon Technologies AG, Marvell Technology Group Ltd., LSI Corp., MIPS Technologies Inc, Qualcomm Inc., NXP Semiconductors N.V., Renesas Electronics Corp., ST Microelectronics N.V., Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd., Toshiba Corp., Texas Instruments Inc. and Xilinx Inc.
"The Linux Kernel 3.14.5 is now available for the users and all the users of 3.14 kernel series must upgrade", announced Greg Kroah-Hartman.This Linux Kernel version comes with plenty of fixes and improvements. This article will guide you to install or upgrade to Linux Kernel 3.14.5 in your Ubuntu or Linux Mint system.
- net-gro: reset skb->truesize in napi_reuse_skb()
- ipv4: initialise the itag variable in __mkroute_input
- ipv6: gro: fix CHECKSUM_COMPLETE support
- ip_tunnel: Initialize the fallback device properly
- batman-adv: fix local TT check for outgoing arp requests in DAT
- batman-adv: increase orig refcount when storing ref in gw_node
- batman-adv: fix reference counting imbalance while sending fragment
- batman-adv: fix indirect hard_iface NULL dereference
- net: gro: make sure skb->cb initial content has not to be zero
- bonding: fix out of range parameters for bond_intmax_tbl
- net: phy: Don't call phy_resume if phy_init_hw failed
- rtnetlink: wait for unregistering devices in rtnl_link_unregister()
- ipv6: fix calculation of option len in ip6_append_data
- net: avoid dependency of net_get_random_once on nop patching and many more.
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The latest version of Nvidia Graphics driver for Linux which is Nvidia 337.25 has been released and is available for download. It comes with plenty of fixes and changes. This article will guide you to install Nvidia 337.25 in Ubuntu and Linux Mint systems.
- Added support for the following GPUs:
GeForce GTX TITAN Z GeForce GT 740 GeForce 830M GeForce 840M GeForce 845M GeForce GTX 850M
- Fixed a bug that caused X to crash when querying clock offsets for non-existent performance levels.
- Fixed a performance regression when running KDE with desktop effects using the OpenGL compositing backend.
- Fixed a bug that caused duplicate entries to appear in some dropdown menus in the "Application Profiles" page of nvidia-settings.
- Fixed a regression that could cause OpenGL rendering corruption on X screens with 30 bit per pixel color.
- Fixed a bug causing mode validation to fail for 4K resolutions over HDMI in certain situations.
- Added nvidia-settings command line controls for over- and under-clocking attributes. Please see the nvidia-settings(1) manual page for more details.
- Fixed several cosmetic issues in the clock control user interface of nvidia-settings.
- Added support for the GLX_EXT_stereo_tree extension. For more details, see the extension specification:http://www.opengl.org/registry/specs/EXT/glx_stereo_tree.txt
- Enabled support for using Unified Back Buffer (UBB) and 3D Stereo with the composite extension on Quadro cards. Using stereo with a composite manager requires a stereo-aware composite manager. Otherwise, only the left eye of stereo applications will be displayed. See the GLX_EXT_stereo_tree extension specification for more details.
More details in the Release Notes.
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There is no denying the fact that Raspberry Pi has helped raise awareness of the possibilities for not only small but also inexpensive computers. But it's not powerful enough to do some CPU-heavy work, while faster options are emerging for users attracted to such board-like devices.
Giayee P105 Quard-Core ARM Ubuntu/Android Mini PC is just a powerful alternative.
Giayee P105 is based on a Quad core 1.6GHz Rockchip RK3188 SoC with integrated GPU ï¼ˆquad Mali-400ï¼‰, enabling the device to run as a server (email, file, web) and also as a media center. Although Raspberry Pi can do these things also but Giayee P103C is faster. Besides, Giayee P103C can support high-end features such as 1080P video.
Compared with Raspberry Pi's one HDMI port, Giayee P103C supports VGA port, with 16 or 32bpp color depth, can be set up to 1920x1080 definition. The Giayee P105's three USB ports also gives it a bit more breathing room, relative to the one on BeagleBone Black.
There are two configurations depending on which CPU ,how much RAM and on-board flash storage you want. The less expensive Giayee P105 goes for $49 and has Rockchip RK3168 Dual core ARM Cortex A9 1.2GHz CPU, 1GB of RAM, 8GB of flash.By comparation the BeagleBone Black revision C has a single core ARM with 1GB of RAM and 4GB of flash and is offered at $55.
Giayee P105 will blow your doors off with high-performance specs, but it will not blow all the cash in your wallet. If you want a small low-powered, low-cost but powerful machine Giayee P105 might be just what you are looking for. Even if you are happy with your current device, this would make a great gift or perhaps a great backup device.