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Thursday
25 August, 2016


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El 25 de agosto de 1991 era anunciado timidamente al mundo un proyecto personal de un estudiante llamado Linus Torvalds, ese proyecto era el kernel Linux.

 

Si hace unos años celebré en el blog el 30 aniversario del sistema GNU, hoy no quería dejar pasar la fecha, y aunque seguro que lo has leido hasta la saciedad, hoy también quería unirme a la celebración de los 25 años del kernel Linux. La combinación de ambos hacen que podamos disfrutar de nuestras distribuciones de GNU/Linux.

Y quería hacerlo compartiendo una infografía que la gente de SUSE ha creado con motivo del evento. En esta infografía se comparan los datos de Linux en estos 25 años de diferencia. Y entre esos datos curiosos leemos:

  • Hace 25 años el código de Linux ocupaba 14 disquetes (alguien los recuerda). Hoy ocuparían 556
  • Hace 25 Linux lo usaba 1 persona, hoy son 86 millones.
  • En 1994 el código tenía 150.000 líneas de código, hoy llegan a los 19.5 millones de líneas de código.
  • Hace 25 años sólo estaba disponible para una aruqitectura de equipos concreta, hoy soporta más de 25 tipos de arquitectura.
  • El costo del desarrollo de Linux hace 25 años fue un PC 386 y un par de hamburguesas, hoy costaría más de 3 billones de dólares.
  • En 1998 sólo había 1 supercomputador que usara Linux, hoy es el 95% de las supercomputadoras las que lo usan.
  • En 2002 había 96 distribuciones de GNU/Linux hoy son más de 278

Puedes consultar la infografía realizada por SUSE en este enlace:

¿Te consideras un genio de GNU/Linux? Pues demuéstralo en este concurso que han creado la gente de SUSE:

Si quieres conocer a la gente que está detrás del código te invito a que leas estas 30 entrevistas a 30 desarrolladores y desarrolladoras de Linux que traduje hace unos años en el blog:

Y ahora toca cantar…

Tux_cumpleaños

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Une nouvelle qui pourra en intéresser plus d'un : il se pourrait bien qu'openSUSE Leap 42.2, la nouvelle version d'openSUSE

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Vídeos do YouTube: como instalar o Minitube no Linux

Foi lançada mais uma versão do cliente YouTube Minitube. Se você quiser experimentar essa versão e assistir vídeos do YouTube, veja abaixo como instalar ela no Ubuntu, OpenSUSE, Arch Linux, Manjaro e sistemas derivados.

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With the EU (in this case France and Germany) gearing up for another attack on privacy I'm quite happy and proud to have been part of the release of Nextcloud 10!

Privacy

It is the usual story: we should disallow companies from using perfect end to end encryption and force them to insert backdoors against terrorists.

Not that it would help - that's been discussed extensively already but in short:
  • If you have nothing to hide, you'll use a backdoored app and you're vulnerable to foreign (and your own) governments, terrorists (!), criminals and others who can abuse your data in more ways than you can imagine.
  • If you have something to hide, you can use 1000 different tools to do so and there is nothing government can do about that so you won't use a backdoored app.
  • And note that government has failed to even use fully unencrypted information to stop terrorist attacks so perhaps we should first see if they can actually get their act together there.
Now yes, backdooring all commonly used encryption apps will help a BIT, essentially only with the low level, common crime. So you might catch the dude who broke into your house and bragged about it to his friends over Whatsapp. You won't catch the terrorists plotting with Al Qaida (or whatever the terrorist organization du-jour) to blow up a train because they can simply get one of the many solutions out there to protect themselves.

Nor will you catch corrupt politicians or big companies doing nasty stuff, though I am quite certain the laws will be written in such a way that you can use them to go after people who actually try to expose such politicians or companies.

And I'm also quite certain companies will use this as an excuse to not implement proper protection in their products so you can continue to stop pacemakers remotely or disable the brakes in cars over the internet.

Generally, laws targeting encryption and terrorism do more to harm whistleblowing than terrorism and are thus promoting corruption and bad, unsecure products.

These laws will literally cost lives. Not save any.

And it is exactly why Frank started ownCloud and why we continue to develop that vision at Nextcloud. And keep developing new features, like the File Access Control app which can provide an extra protective layer around your data. I for one certainly can use that app and exactly in the way described in that blog! So much for 'enterprise only features'.


Get it and migrate today. You and your data deserve it!

Wednesday
24 August, 2016


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Plasma 5.8 will be our first long-term supported release in the Plasma 5 series. We want to make this a release as polished and stable as possible. One area we weren’t quite happy with was our multi-screen user experience. While it works quite well for most of our users, there were a number of problems which made our multi-screen support sub-par.
Let’s take a step back to define what we’re talking about.

Multi-screen support means that connecting more than one screen to your computer. The following use cases give good examples of the scope:

  • Static workstation A desktop computer with more than one display connected, the desktop typically spans both screens to give more screen real estate.
  • Docking station A laptop computer that is hooked up to a docking station with additional displays connected. This is a more interesting case, since different configurations may be picked depending on whether the laptop’s lid is closed or not, and how the user switches between displays.
  • Projector The computer is connected to a projector or TV.

The idea is that the user plugs in or starts up with that configuration, if the user has already configured this hardware combination, this setup is restored. Otherwise, a reasonable guess is done to put the user to a good starting point to fine-tune the setup.

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This is the job of KScreen. At a technical level, kscreen consists of three parts:

  • system settings module This can be reached through system settings
  • kscreen daemon Run in a background process, this component saves, restores and creates initial screen configurations.
  • libkscreen This is the library providing the screen setup reading and writing API. It has backends for X11, Wayland, and others that allow to talk to the exact same programming interface, independent of the display server in use.

At an architectural level, this is a sound design: the roles are clearly separated, the low-level bits are suitably abstracted to allow re-use of code, the API presents what matters to the user, implementation details are hidden. Most importantly, aside from a few bugs, it works as expected, and in principle, there’s no reason why it shouldn’t.

So much for the theory. In reality, we’re dealing with a huge amount of complexity. There are hardware events such as suspending, waking up with different configurations, the laptop’s lid may be closed or opened (and when that’s done, we don’t even get an event that it closed, displays come and go, depending on their connection, the same piece of hardware might support completely different resolutions, hardware comes with broken EDID information, display connectors come and go, so do display controllers (crtcs); and on top of all that: the only way we get to know what actually works in reality for the user is the “throw stuff against the wall and observe what sticks” tactic.

This is the fabric of nightmares. Since I prefer to not sleep, but hack at night, I seemed to


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openSUSE Tumbleweed had another abundant week of snapshots.

Four Tumbleweed snapshots were released since the last article and the snapshot of the week, 20160816, brought users a new version of gtk3 (3.20.8). Updated in the repositories for this snapshot was an updated version of yast2-auth-client (3.3.10). Cairo graphics fixed several bugs and Apache2 removed the omc xml config because the change log states it is “useless nowdays.”

Snapshot 20160817 has several updates for the scalable storage platform ceph, which added an ability to reduce the constraints on resources required to build ceph and ceph-test packages. Git updated to version 2.9.3 and glib2 had several subpackages updated as did gnome-desktop. This snapshot caused quite a bit of chatter on the openSUSE Factory mailing list and serves as a reminder for people using openSUSE Tumbleweed to subscribed to the mailing list so they are aware of the updates.

The most appealing update in snapshot 20160818 was the added subpackages to libreoffice. Other noteworthy updates in the repositories for this snapshot were grub2, libstorage and kernel-firmware version 20160804. Updates in the repositories specific to openSUSE in this snapshot were made to snapper, wicked and yast2.

The Linux Kernel was updated to version 4.7.1 in the 20160820 snapshot along with F Virtual Window Manager2.

KDE applications 16.08.0 and glibc 2.24 are expected to come in a snapshot soon.

Kernel 4.7.2 recently entered a staged testing phase and will hopefully make it into a snapshot by next week. Hopefully it will come sooner, but since it just reached the testing phase, at this point, it is hard to tell how quickly it will arrive in a snapshot.

Leap

The submission deadline for Beta 1 for openSUSE Leap 42.2 is tomorrow. Tasks associated with the release of Leap were recently added to https://progress.opensuse.org and an e-mail will soon be sent to people who have expressed their desire help with the release of the distribution.

Anyone who wants to help translate the release of openSUSE Leap 42.2 can email opensuse-translation(at)opensuse.org or sign up for an account and begin translating at https://l10n.opensuse.org.

Anyone who want to help with the release team should contact opensuse-factory(at)opensuse.org and community members are always encouraged to help with the newest release.


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openSUSE Tumbleweed es una distribución “Rolling Release” en desarrollo continuo. Aqui puedes estar al tanto de las últimas novedades.

Tumbleweed

Una nueva revisión de lo que ha acontecido estas semanas en openSUSE Tumbleweed la versión “rolling release” o de actualización continua de la distribución de GNU/Linux openSUSE.

El anuncio original lo puedes leer en el blog de Dominique Leuenberger, en este enlace:

Las ISO’s son instalables, pero si ya estás disfrutando de openSUSE Tumbleweed en tu equipo, simplemente deberás actualizarlo mediante “zypper up” para disfrutar de esas actualizaciones.

Este artículo de revisión de las novedades en openSUSE Tumbleweed suelo publicarlo el lunes de la semana siguiente, pero en este caso llega con un poco de retraso. En todo caso echemos un vistazo a las novedades de la semana pasada.

De nuevo se publicaron 5 “snapshots” 0812, 0813, 0815, 0816 y 0817 y como de costumbre estas trajeron pequeños cambias y grandes actualizaciones. Entre las más importantes destacaré:

  • Mozilla Firefox 48.0
  • KDE Plasma 5.7.3
  • Mozilla NSS 5.24
  • Linux Kernel – con algunas mejorar en cuanto a seguridad
  • PAM Config 0.91

Y entre lo que ya se está preparando y que en esta semanas se irá publicando será:

  • Linux kernel 4.7.1
  • KDE Applications 16.08.0
  • glibc 2.24

Mantente actualizado y ya sabes: Have a lot of fun!!

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Monday
22 August, 2016


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Veamos una manera de consultar el tiempo actual en tu localidad accediendo a los datos que ofrecen aficionados a la meteorología en la web meteoclimatic.

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El conocer y consultar el tiempo climatológico es una de esas inquietudes que todos tenemos. Saber cómo va a hacer o qué temperatura y demás datos de humedad, presión, precipitaciones, etc hay ahora mismo en tal o cual localidad.

Veamos un pequeño tutorial para añadir en nuestro escritorio Plasma una opción para consultar los datos de nuestra localidad (o de cualquier otro sitio de España) que nos ofrecen aficionados a la meteorología con sus estaciones climatológicas y que los datos que recopilan los ofrecen en la web meteoclimatic.net

Lo primero que debemos hacer es ir a la web en cuestión, donde aficionados a la meteorología con sus estaciones ofrecen los datos que estas recopilan y las ponen a disposición de todos para consultarlos.

Accedemos a la web y buscamos en el mapa o por los menús si existe una estación meteorológica en nuestra ciudad o pueblo, o alguna cercana que queramos consultar.

Yo para el ejemplo busqué una en Madrid, por ejemplo la del barrio de Vallecas (que creo que ya no está disponible… mira tú que puntería). Una vez que accedes a la estación que quieres pinchas sobre el icono de RSS o feeds (el clásico icono naranja) en la parte superior izquierda.

Copias esa dirección. Y después en nuestro escritorio Plasma instalamos (si no lo tenemos ya instalado) el “widget” Simple RSS reader y lo añadimos a nuestro escritorio.

Abrimos los ajustes del “widget” y pegamos en URL la dirección que antes habíamos copiado y que nos había suministrado la web meteoclimatic de la estación que habíamos escogido.

Yo lo tengo para que se actualice cada 900 segundos, pero ya las diferentes opciones serán las que tu prefieras, le buscas una ubicación al “widget” dentro de tu escritorio, y ya tenemos una información precisa de cómo hace en la localidad que hemos escogido.

Claro que muchos podréis decir que abriendo la ventana también puedes ver el tiempo que hace… pero ¿con tanta exactitud?🙂

Meteoclimatic sólo ofrece datos de estaciones meteorológicas de España, por tanto en otros países deberéis investigar si hay webs similares.

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Saturday
20 August, 2016


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Diversos amigos reclamaram (principalmente usuários do Sony Xperia) por não conseguirem instalar aplicativos por falta de espaço. A solução é colocar o celular no modo desenvolvedor (varios link na internet de como fazer isto) e executar o comando set-install-location como veremos a seguir:

$ adb shell pm set-install-location 2

Pronto, agora vá em Configurações -> Aplicativos e mova os maiores APP para o SDCard. E a partir deste momento seu aparelho instalará por padrão o novos aplicativos no SDCARD.

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Como instalar a versão mais recente do Opera no Linux

Foi lançada mais uma versão do Opera estável e de desenvolvimento para Linux. Se você quiser instalar o Opera no Linux Ubuntu, Debian, Fedora e sistemas derivados, veja aqui como fazer.

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Friday
19 August, 2016


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Bonjour à tous,

Afin de préparer au mieux l’arrivée de Leap 42.2 – actuellement en alpha 3, bientôt en beta – mais aussi afin d’enrichir les articles et les news sur Alionet sur le long terme, je recherche deux nouveaux rédacteurs.

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Dear Tumbleweed users and hackers,

Week 33 brought us again 5 snapshots (0812, 0813, 0815, 0816 and 0817). There were some smaller and bigger updates, as usual.

The noteworthy updates were

  • Mozilla Firefox 48.0
  • KDE Plasma 5.7.3
  • Mozilla NSS 5.24 – Most SSLv2 code disappeared
  • Linux Kernel – some security fixes
  • PAM Config 0.91 – this time without the regression of ‘last time’

And a couple more things are being prepared in staging areads

  • Linux kernel 4.7.1
  • KDE Applications 16.08.0
  • glibc 2.24 – one more package needs to be fixed (openmpi)

Most of those things are likely to reach you during next week.



Thursday
18 August, 2016


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Como instalar o driver Nvidia 370.23 no Linux

Foi lançada mais uma atualização do Nvidia Driver para Linux. Se você utiliza um hardware suportado por esse pacote, veja aqui como instalar o driver Nvidia 370.23 no Linux, ou melhor, em qualquer distribuição Linux suportada por ele.

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Tor no Linux: veja como instalar manualmente

Se você precisa de um navegador seguro e com suporte a navegação realmente anônima, veja aqui como instalar manualmente o navegador Tor no Linux.

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As already mentioned in our previous blog post, with Leap 42.2 in Alpha phase and SLE12-SP2 in Beta phase, the YaST Team is concentrating the firepower in fixing bugs in the installer. We fixed more than 40 bugs in three weeks! The dark side is that most bug fixes are not juicy enough for writing a blog post… but there is always some interesting stuff to report.

Integration of installer self-update with SCC and SMT

The installer self-update feature integrates now with SUSE Customer Center (SCC) and Subscription Management Tool (SMT) servers. Until now, there were three different mechanisms to get the URL of the installer updates repository:

  • User defined (using the `SelfUpdate` boot option).
  • Using an AutoYaST profile.
  • The default one, specified in the `control.xml` which is shipped in the media.

Now YaST2 is able to ask for the repository URL to SCC/SMT servers. The details of how the URL is determined are documented in the repository.

Fixes and enhanced usability in dialogs with timeout

As you may know, it’s possible to install (open)SUSE in an automatic, even completely unattended, basis using AutoYaST. AutoYaST can be configured to display custom configuration dialogs to the user and wait for the reply a certain amount of time before automatically selecting the default options. Until now, the only way for the user to stop that countdown was to start editing some of the fields in the dialog.

We got a bug report because that functionality was not working exactly as expected in some cases so, in addition to fixing the problem, we decided to revamp the user interface a little bit to improve usability. Now there are more user interactions that are taken into account to stop the counter, specially we added a new “stop” button displaying the remaining seconds. You can see an example of the result below.

New layout for dialogs with timeout

Following, as usual, the Boy Scout Rule we also took the opportunity to add automated tests to make that part of YaST more robust for the future.

Automatically integrating add-on repositories during installation

Sometimes you want to extend the regular installation media by adding just a few extra packages or provide a number of fixed packages along with the media.

For this purpose, the installer can automatically register an add-on repository. All you have to do is to put the repository on the installation medium and to add a file /add_on_products.xml that points to this repository.

The file looks like this:

<?xml version="1.0"?>
<add_on_products xmlns="http://www.suse.com/1.0/yast2ns"
    xmlns:config="http://www.suse.com/1.0/configns">
    <product_items config:type="list">
        <product_item>
            <name>My Add-on</name>
            <url>relurl://myaddon?alias=MyAddon</url>
            <priority config:type="integer">70</priority>
            <ask_user config:type="boolean">false</ask_user>
            <selected config:type="boolean">true</selected>
            <check_name config:type="boolean">false</check_name>
        </product_item>
    </product_items>
</add_on_products>

You can define the following elements:

  • <name> is the name of your repository
  • <url> points the the repository location; you’ll likely

Wednesday
17 August, 2016


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This Saturday I'll talk at FrOSConabout the future of private clouds and how Nextcloud is pushing that.

Frank won't make it, sadly, as he's in Denmark speaking at another event. Or somewhere else, his travel is a bit crazy lately ;-)

Future of private clouds

Frank blogged last week about a vision for Nextcloud and we've been thinking and discussing this at our hackweek with about 30 community members as well. It was quite amazing to bring so many people together and discuss these things!

Afterwards we've brought most of the topics to our forums or github, including our ambitious Nextcloud 11 roadmap. I'll certainly talk about some of those things this weekend at FrOSCon:
  • Communication integration
  • New app store
  • New updater
  • Federation
And more. Today or tomorrow we'll release a RC of Nextcloud 10 and I'll discuss what we've done there as well, what is new and improved, small and big.

If you like to get involved in the 'future', join us at our conference!

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Como instalar a versão mais recente do VirtualBox no Linux

Se você usa o virtualizador desktop da Oracle e quer estar sempre com as últimas funcionalidades a sua disposição, veja nesse tutorial como instalar a versão mais recente do VirtualBox no Linux.

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Screen Shot 2015-09-10 at 15.46.06 copySnapshot 20160808 brought openSUSE Tumbleweed users Plasma 5.72 shortly after last week’s article was published, but it didn’t last long.

This week Tumbleweed appears to have a strong wind making it roll remarkably fast as openSUSE’s popular rolling release had six snapshots since the last update was published.

The latest snapshot, 20160815, was fairly small updating gstreamer-plugins-bad, libgusb and opus codecs.

Snapshot 20160813 updated repositories for systemd and kernel-source were updated to enable missing BayTrail and LynxPoint drivers. Yast2-firstboot was updated in this snapshot as well as a snapshot the day before. The multipath-tools package had the most fixes and cleanup in the 20160813 snapshot.

Some users might already be using the latest version of Mozilla Firefox after the 20160812 snapshot, which updated Firefox to version 48. Plasma 5.72 had a very short life in Tumbleweed as version 5.7.3 rolled over the previous version that arrived just four days earlier. Other notable updates in the snapshot were qemu, NetworkManager-openvpn and gfxboot.

Snapshot 20160811 had only two packages update in Tumbleweed, but there were a significant amount of patches and cleanup for grub2.

Updates for gnome-photos to 3.20.3, wine to 1.9.16, and xen to 4.7.0_10 were just a few of the many updates that made it into snapshot 20160810. Libnfs and libvirt  were updated in the snapshot. Python3-setuptools updated to 25.1.6 and a few updates for YaST virtual machine and network were also in the snapshot.

Leap

New packages in openSUSE Factory will automatically be submitted for the next release of Leap until Beta 2. Beta 2 is the freeze to get packages into the release of openSUSE Leap 42.2.

For those who want to get packages in the Beta 1, the submission deadline is August 25. The Release of Leap’s Beta 1 is expected to be released for testing on August 31. Testers are encouraged to test the latest development versions of Leap, which can be found at software.opensuse.org.


Tuesday
16 August, 2016


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I was searching for a language to write the phone GUI with... python3+gtk3 is way too slow; 9 seconds for trivial application is a bit too much (on N900). python2+gtk2 is a lot better at 2 seconds. Lua should be even faster.

But while searching for good language, Vala caught my mind. Designed to be integrated with gtk/dbus, compiled language. I was woried about error messages and errors from vala->c->binary compilation, but seems good so far.

Oh and it seems that emacs org mode is right thing to use for calendar. It looks like a bit too complex at first, but it seems the complexity is well justified... and I was doing similar things manually. Still have to search for a component to notify using popup / audio when an event is upcoming.

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La Free Software Foundation ha luchado por la libertad de los usuarios durante más de treinta años con tu apoyo.

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Acaban de publicar el primer informe anual, que te trae la información de lo realizado por la FSF durante el año fiscal 2015, que comprende las fechas que van desde el 1 de octubre de 2014 hasta el 30 de septiembre de 2015.

En este informe podrás echar un vistazo a las actividades que lleva a cabo la fundación, los logros conseguidos, y estado de las cuentas financieras.

También podrás leer sobre el impacto que han tenido los programas que llevan a cabo, así como los eventos más importantes celebrados en ese año fiscal 2015, incluyendo LibrePlanet o el treinta aniversario de la FSF.

Puedes consultar y descargar ese informe en formato PDF, en alta y baja resolución (HR y LR respectivamente) desde estos enlaces:

Un vistazo interesante para conocer algo más y mejor a la gente que está detrás de la FSF y que llevan a cabo esta importante tarea que está realizando durante 30 años, con el apoyo y la ayuda de usuarios como tú que ofrece su tiempo, conocimientos o apoyo económico en este gran proyecto mundial.

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Monday
15 August, 2016


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openSUSE Tumbleweed es una distribución “Rolling Release” en desarrollo continuo. Aqui puedes estar al tanto de las últimas novedades.

Tumbleweed

Una nueva revisión de lo que ha acontecido estas semanas en openSUSE Tumbleweed la versión “rolling release” o de actualización continua de la distribución de GNU/Linux openSUSE.

El anuncio original lo puedes leer en el blog de Dominique Leuenberger, en este enlace:

Las ISO’s son instalables, pero si ya estás disfrutando de openSUSE Tumbleweed en tu equipo, simplemente deberás actualizarlo mediante “zypper up” para disfrutar de esas actualizaciones.

En la semana 30 sólo se publicó una ISO (la 0730) aunque sólo esa ISO merecería una artículo para ella sola. Pero en este artículo echaremos un vistazo además a todas las publicadas en estas dos semanas (0803, 0805, 0806, 0808, 0810 y 0811) que han traido mucha discusión en las listas de correo.

Debido a problemas que hubo en la publicación de la ISO 0730 se descubieron fallos en dos herramientas clave en el desarrollo de openSUSE Tumbleweed, como son openSUSE Build Service y openQA. Los equipos encargados de su mantenimiento se han puesto manos en el asunto para tratar de corregir esos problemas.

Pero entre tantas nuevas ISO’s ¿qué es lo que hay de nuevo en openSUSE Tumbleweed?

  • Linux Kernel 4.7.0 (0730). Como es habitual los controladores de terceros , han probado ser una fuente de frustración.
  • GIMP 2.8.18
  • GNOME Maps 3.20.2
  • LXDM ha sido eliminado, los usuarios deben migrar a lightdm
  • Plasma 5.7.2

Como siempre los cambios son mucho más amplios y afectan a muchos más paquetes. Para eso mejor consultar los anuncios en las listas de correo, que traen información más detallada.

Tumbleweed continua su desarrollo y ya se están preparando, entre otras muchas mejoras, estos cambios:

  • Plasma 5.7.3
  • Mozilla Firefox 48.0
  • glibc 2.24

Mantente actualizado y ya sabes: Have a lot of fun!!

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Sunday
14 August, 2016


Jigish Gohil: Live USB improvements

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Tools to create multi distribution bootable USB stick got couple of new improvements and features.

live-usb-gui now offers choice of scripts to use, depending in your need you can either use live-fat-stick with vfat partitioned stick or live-grub-stick script which works with any partition format supported by grub2 including vfat, must be used if you have iso bigger than 4G.

live-grub-stick can now create bootable USB from openSUSE installation media isos (standard DVD or NET), difference from --isohybrid option is that the data already on the stick is not touched, the whole iso is available on the stick so you can use the stick to copy it around apart from being able to install from it.

Two new options --suse-persistent(for openSUSE live ISOs) and --ubuntu-persistent(for Ubuntu and clones) are now available, using these options allows live sessions to be persistent over multiple boots, even when used on vfat partition. Again the way it is used does not need change in partition format of the stick, existing data on the stick remains untouched.

Feel free to fork https://github.com/cyberorg/live-fat-stick if you want some more enhancements.


Saturday
13 August, 2016


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Здравствуйте читатели, запах елок и ускорение темпа жизни возвещает нам о наступлении 2011 года И я спешу выложить все, что у меня накопилось в черновиках И расскажу я вам сегодня о том, как очень быстро, за несколько минут поднять VPN сервер. В принципе, ничего сложного нет, но следуя стилю всех постов в этом блоге, я [...]


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Здравствуйте, сегодня расскажу вам о dnsmasq. Сам я познакомился с этой утилитой не так давно. Это очень легкий и простой в настройке DHCP, DNS и TFTP сервер(!). Если вам нужно очень быстро настроить офисный шлюз с нуля, без создания дополнительных внутренних зон, то dnsmasq станет идеальным вариантом. Dnsmasq имеет следующие возможности: - встроенный DNS сервер [...]


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Сегодня хочу показать как сделать простейший роутер из компьютера с ОС openSUSE в течении нескольких минут. Сделать это сможет каждый, кто хоть немного знаком с консолью и понимает для чего нужны IP адреса . На моей машине внутренним интерфейсом является eth0(192.168.1.1), а внешним eth1. Начнем по порядку: I) Настройка сервера DNS: Устанавливаем: user@opensuse:~> sudo zypper [...]


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Здравствуйте читатели, к сожалению, никак не хватает у меня времени сделать еще 2 статьи про быструю настройку NAT и прозрачное проксирование в openSUSE с помощью SQUID. Но надеюсь через 2 недели у меня появиться окошко и я, все-таки, реализую свои планы. А теперь о позитивном, недавно вернулся с конференции HighLoad ++. Узнал очень много нового [...]


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Привет! Сегодня расскажу вам как быстро поднять файловый сервер в сети, весь процесс настройки не займет и 20 минут(разумеется, если у вас хорошая скорость интернета ) Поехали: 1) Устанавливаем Samba: user@linux-m71t:~> zypper install samba 2) Смотрим конфиг: Хочу рассказать здесь обо всех опциях, которые могут понадобится. По умолчанию в секции global следующие опции: user@linux-m71t:~> cat [...]


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Здравствуйте, сегодня хочу рассказать, о том, как установить и настроить VirtualBox на сервере, с которым работа ведется только по SSH. Это очень удобно, если где-то у вас имеется мощный сервер, а хочется экспериментов, ставим VirtualBox, поднимаем RDP/VNC в системе, в зависимости от предпочтений и пользуемся Указанная последовательность настройки VirtualBox будет работать в любом линукс дистрибутиве. [...]


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Вы еще не знаете, как обновить KDE 4.4 вашей Opensuse 11.3 до нового восхитительного релиза KDE 4.5? Тогда этот пост предназначен специально для Вас. Те, кому не терпится увидеть новейший KDE, могут воспользоваться предложением одного из разработчиков KDE Уилла Стивенсона, позволяющим уменьшить количество шагов в процессе обновления. Если вы еще не опытный пользователь или просто [...]

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