Open-source News

Read and write data from anywhere with redirection in the Linux terminal - Tue, 06/30/2020 - 15:02

Redirection of input and output is a natural function of any programming or scripting language. Technically, it happens inherently whenever you interact with a computer. Input gets read from stdin (standard input, usually your keyboard or mouse), output goes to stdout (standard output, a text or data stream), and errors get sent to stderr.

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10 ReactJS tools to boost your web development skills - Tue, 06/30/2020 - 15:01

Did you know most résumés submitted for jobs get rejected with just a single glance? That's a daunting fact if you are trying to get started in web development, but there are ways to improve what you have to offer prospective employers and clients. For application developers, now is a great time to increase your skills, and open source is the best avenue for professional development. You don't need to attend university to learn new open source skills; all you need is a sense of direction and self-discipline.

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The open organization everyone deserves - Tue, 06/30/2020 - 15:00

Let me share an email I recently received. It meant the world to me:

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Intel vs. AMD, Systemd-Homed, Kernel Advancements Top H1'2020 For Linux

Phoronix - Tue, 06/30/2020 - 13:28
It's been quite an unfortunately wild year thus far with everything going on in the world, but at least within the open-source / Linux scope it's been an exciting time as ever. Here is a look at the top stories on Phoronix during the first half of this year...

How to Install TeamViewer on RHEL 8

Tecmint - Tue, 06/30/2020 - 13:12
Teamviewer is a remote desktop application that enables fast and secure remote connections between PCs. With Teamviewer, users can share their desktops, share files, and even hold online meetings. TeamViewer is multi-platform and can...

Fedora Looking To Offer Better Upstream Solution For Hiding/Showing GRUB Menu

Phoronix - Tue, 06/30/2020 - 12:01
Fedora for the past few releases doesn't show the GRUB boot-loader menu by default when only Fedora is installed on the system as there is little purpose for most users and it just interrupts the boot flow. But for those wanting to access the GRUB bootloader menu on reboot, they offer integration in GNOME to easily reboot into this menu. The other exception is the menu will be shown if the previous boot failed. This functionality has relied on downstream patches but now they are working towards a better upstream solution...

Making open source more inclusive by eradicating problematic language

Red Hat News - Tue, 06/30/2020 - 12:00

Open source has always been about differing voices coming together to share ideas, iterate, challenge the status quo, solve problems, and innovate quickly. That ethos is rooted in inclusion and the opportunity for everyone to meaningfully contribute, and open source technology is better because of the diverse perspectives and experiences that are represented in its communities.