Linux For All Shines on LXDE Desktop | Reviews

By Jack M. Germain
Dec 5, 2019 11:55 AM PT

Linux For All very well could be a unifying Linux distribution that provides a common computing platform.
LFA is a distro developed by Sweden-based software engineer Arne Exton of Exton Linux, the same developer who distributes ExTix Linux. The Swedish Linux Society hosts 16 Exton distributions.
The Exton Linux inventory of distributions is a fertile repository of custom distros you will not find elsewhere. Among Exton Linux releases are an assortment of […] Continue Reading…

Linux Mint 19.3 Will be Released by Christmas » Linux Magazine

Just in time for the holidays, the developers behind Linux Mint have announced that version 19.3 (Tricia) will be released by December 25. The beta for the upcoming iteration has already been made available (download from one of the official mirrors here) for the public to test.The latest iteration of Linux Mint contains a number of new features. One such features is the System Reports tool. This new tool detects potential issues on your […] Continue Reading…

Verizon To Offer 5G Network Edge Computing With AWS Wavelength





At AWS re:Invent Tuesday, Verizon Communications and AWS announced their 5G Edge computing partnership. As part of the alliance, Verizon will use AWS Wavelength to provide developers the ability to deploy applications that require ultra-low latency to mobile […] Continue Reading…

Optimizing Edge Computing for Federal Agencies | IT Infrastructure Advice, Discussion, Community


For federal agencies today, processing the massive amounts of data collected on a daily basis provides an unprecedented opportunity. The insights gained from analyzing this data can change the way we deliver citizen services on every front. But, there is a catch—as the amount of data collected skyrockets, quickly and effectively processing that data while keeping costs down becomes more resource-intensive and daunting.

As agencies continue to refine their approach to data collection and storage, they are finding that […] Continue Reading…

NVIDIA Looks To Have Some Sort Of Open-Source Driver Announcement For 2020

Start looking forward to March when NVIDIA looks to have some sort of open-source driver initiative to announce — likely contributing more to Nouveau and we’re crossing our fingers they will have sorted out the signed firmware situation to unblock those developers from delivering re-clocking support to yield better driver performance.
We were tipped off by a Phoronix reader to this GTC session for GTC 2020 by NVIDIA engineer John Hubbard. It’s about “Open Source, Linux Kernel, and NVIDIA.” […] Continue Reading…