Entries by The Linux Foundation

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LightSpeed Studios Joins the Open 3D Foundation as a Premier Member to Further the Vast Potential of the 3D Ecosystem

O3D community building a first-class, open-source 3D engine to advance development across gaming, the metaverse, and a variety of other applications SAN FRANCISCO – June 15, 2022 – The Open 3D Foundation (O3DF), the home of a vibrant community focused on advancing the future of open 3D development, announces its growing ecosystem with the addition […]

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The Open 3D Foundation Announces Latest Enhancements to Open 3D Engine, Invites O3DCon ‘Call for Proposals’

Newest release introduces performance and usability improvements, and marks welcome of O3DCon speaker proposals and discussion suggestions due July 15 SAN FRANCISCO, May 13, 2022 – The Open 3D Foundation (O3DF), home of a vibrant, diverse community focused on building a first-class, open source engine for real-time 3D development, has released 22.05, the latest version […]

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Classic SysAdmin: How to Install and Use Wine to Run Windows Applications on Linux

This is a classic article written by Jack Wallen from the Linux.com archives. For more great SysAdmin tips and techniques check out our Essentials of Linux System Administration course! Back in the mid 90s and early 00s, Linux, being a fledgling operating system, suffered from a severe lack of useful applications. This issue was especially critical in […]

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The Open 3D Foundation Welcomes Microsoft as a Premier Member to Advance the Future of Open Source 3D Development

Microsoft joins over 25 organizations committed to democratizing 3D software development for games and simulations SAN FRANCISCO – April 29, 2022 – The Open 3D Foundation (O3DF) is proud to welcome Microsoft as a Premier member alongside Adobe, AWS, Huawei, Intel, and Niantic. Microsoft’s participation in the project brings a wealth of knowledge and thought […]

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Classic SysAdmin: Configuring the Linux Sudoers File

This is a classic article written by Istimsak Abdulbasir from the Linux.com archives. For more great SysAdmin tips and techniques check out our Essentials of Linux System Administration course! Preamble Have you ever wondered why you have to type “sudo” or “su” in a Linux terminal to do any system-wide changes? Well, sudo means, “super user do”, […]

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Classic SysAdmin: 14 tail and head commands in Linux/Unix

This is a classic article written by  Surendra Anne from the Linux.com archives. For more great SysAdmin tips and techniques check out our Essentials of Linux System Administration course! Many people know about cat command which is useful in displaying entire file content. But in some cases we have to print part of file. In today’s post […]

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Classic SysAdmin: Writing a Simple Bash Script

This is a classic article written by Joe “Zonker” Brockmeier from the Linux.com archives. For more great SysAdmin tips and techniques check out our free intro to Linux course. The first step is often the hardest, but don’t let that stop you. If you’ve ever wanted to learn how to write a shell script but didn’t know where […]

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Classic SysAdmin: Viewing Linux Logs from the Command Line

This is a classic article written by Jack Wallen from the Linux.com archives. For more great SysAdmin tips and techniques check out our free intro to Linux course. At some point in your career as a Linux administrator, you are going to have to view log files. After all, they are there for one very important reason…to […]

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Classic SysAdmin: How to Rescue a Non-booting GRUB 2 on Linux

This is a classic article written by Carla Schroder from the Linux.com archives. For more great SysAdmin tips and techniques check out our free intro to Linux course. Once upon a time we had legacy GRUB, the Grand Unified Linux Bootloader version 0.97. Legacy GRUB had many virtues, but it became old and its developers did yearn […]