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GNOME Wants to Make Linux Firmware Updates Easier to Deploy with New Tool





Long-time GNOME developer Richard Hughes is looking at a new tool for the GNOME desktop environment to make deployments of firmware updates easier for all users. At the moment, the GNOME Software Center only displays devices when firmware updates are pending, but Hughes and Andrew Schwenn, an intern from Dell, have been working lately on a new tool that would be integrated as a panel into GNOME Control Center, which promises to make it easier for users to install new firmware versions for their hardware. (Source: Softpedia)




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How to Deploy Hyperledger Fabric on Kubernetes – Part II | Linux.com


We recently hosted a webinar about deploying Hyperledger Fabric on Kubernetes. It was taught by Alejandro (Sasha) Vicente Grabovetsky and Nicola Paoli from AID:Tech.

The webinar contained a detailed, step-by-step instruction showing exactly how to deploy Hyperledger Fabric on Kubernetes. For those who prefer reading to watching, we have prepared a condensed transcript with screenshots that will take you through the process that has been adapted to recent updates in the Helm charts for the Orderers and Peers.

Are you ready? Let’s dive in!

What we will build

First, we will deploy a Fabric Certificate Authority (CA) serviced by a PostgreSQL database for managing identities.

Then, we will deploy an ordering service of several Fabric ordering nodes communicating and establishing consensus over an Apache Kafka cluster. The Fabric Ordering service provides consensus for development (solo) and production (Kafka) networks.

Finally, we will deploy several Peers and connect them with a channel. We will bind them to a CouchDB database.

Read more at Hyperledger