Ubuntu

Another test drive with Crocus Gallium3D on older Intel hardware

Since Crocus merged into the Mesa mainline last week, we’ve been reviewing the credentials for this new open source Intel Gallium3D driver designed exclusively for older Intel graphics hardware (i965 Gen4 to Haswell Gen7, plus Cherrvyiew and experimental Gen8 Broadwell. ) compared to the existing open -source classic driver i965. …

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Linux 101: How to clean up DNF and APT caches

Jack Wallen shows you how to clean up DNF and APT package manager caches, so that you can troubleshoot package installation issues resulting from corrupted installation metadata. Image: Jack Wallen DNF and APT (the package managers for Linux distributions based on Red Hat and Ubuntu) store cached information to ensure …

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Author Byo aims for a global prize

BY DARLINGTON MWASHITA Bulawayo-based author and poet Mthulisi “KingKG Gatsheni” Ndlovu aims for an international award after submitting his anthology titled Ubuntu (The raw truth unveiled) for the Global African Authors Awards set for July 31. The 51-page poem, edited by award-winning poet Philani Nyoni, made history as the longest …

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Questionable Curriculum: Germantown School District

*** Warning: Graphic language *** Despite Superintendent’s Denial, Critical Race Theory Is Found in Teacher Training and Other Materials June 21, 2021 By MacIver staff This is the next entry in the MacIver Institute’s Questionable Curriculum series, an ongoing investigation of Critical Race Theory (CRT) and its use in K12 …

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Linux built-in tools for data recovery and backup

While Linux distributions aren’t exactly considered the most user-friendly operating systems available, there are many different distributions that include some very useful utilities – as long as you know where to look. Not only can some of these utilities be used to manage and maintain your Linux data, some of …

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How to take screenshots on Ubuntu? 4 different methods

Old wisdom says a picture is worth a thousand words. The idea behind it is that the information conveyed by watching something is much more effective than listening or reading a description. Screenshots are a stylish aid to have on your side, especially if you’re trying to explain a complex …

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How to quickly deploy a static website with Hugo

If you want to add static website generation to your development cycle, Jack Wallen wants to show you how to do it with Hugo. Image: RobertAx / Getty Images / iStockphoto There are several reasons why your business might want to start using a static website builder. One of the …

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