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Introduction to NGINX – eBook for FREE

NGINX

Nginx is an open source HTTP and reverse proxy server, as well as a mail proxy server, load balancer, and HTTP cache. The nginx project started with a strong focus on high concurrency, high performance and low memory usage.
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4MLinux 15.0 – Released 1 Jan 2016. RescueKit – Antivirus Live CD – BakAndImgCD – TheSSS

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The 4MLinux project has started the new year with the release of 4MLinux 15.0. The 4MLinux project produces a small sized, independently developed, multi-purpose distribution. The new 15.0 release features mostly software updates.
4MLinux 15.0 stable released. The status of the 4MLinux 15.0 series has been changed to stable. Major change in the core of the system, which now includes GNU C Library 2.22. As a response to the requests from 4MLinux users, the following applications have been added: Audacity (digital audio editor), GNU GRUB (boot loader), InfraRecorder (CD/DVD writing program), LXInput and LXRandR (small yet powerful setup tools from the LXDE project). Additionally, an important change in the 4MLinux LAMP Server, which now uses Postfix to handle emails sent via PHP mail. More details can be found on the release announcement

 

About it

Tutorials

Blog

Download 4MLinux 15.0

Download 4MRescueKit 15.0

Download Antivirus Live CD 16.0 (including the ClamAV scanner)

Download BakAndImgCD 15.0 (for data backup)

Download TheSSS 15.0 (The Smallest Server Suite)

 

Note:
Fully compatible with UNetbootin from usb drive´s boot.

 

 

Happy 4MLinux  😀

Oracle Linux 7.2 – Released 25 Nov 2015

Oracle-Linux

Oracle has announced the release of Oracle Linux 7.2. Oracle Linux is built from Red Hat Enterprise Linux source code and is designed to be binary compatible with Red Hat’s product. Oracle Linux 7.2 ships with two kernels, a “Red Hat Compatible Kernel” and Oracle’s “Unbreakable Enterprise Kernel”, and by default the latter is booted. “We’re happy to announce the general availability of Oracle Linux 7 Update 2, the second update release for Oracle Linux 7. You can find the individual RPM packages on the Unbreakable Linux Network (ULN) and the Oracle Linux Yum Server and ISO installation images are available for download from the Oracle Software Delivery Cloud. Oracle Linux 7 Update 2 ships with the following kernel packages: Red Hat Compatible Kernel (kernel-3.10.0-327.el7) for x86-64; Unbreakable Enterprise Kernel (UEK) Release 3 (kernel-uek-3.8.13-98.6.1.el7uek) for x86-64. By default, both the Unbreakable Enterprise Kernel and the Red Hat Compatible Kernel are installed and the system boots the Unbreakable Enterprise Kernel.
Further information on this release can be found in Oracle’s release announcement.

Documentation Oracle 7

Documentation Oracle 6

Unbreakable Enterprise Kernel Release 3

How to Certify your Hardware and Applications on Oracle Linux

Guide to Linux File Command Mastery

How to Use Signed Kernel Modules in Oracle Linux

How to Create a Local Yum Repository for Oracle Linux

How to for Sysadmins and Developers

Specifications

Resources

Features

*Download Oracle Linux 7 ( only for x86 64 bit )

– Search Oracle Linux 7

*Download Oracle Linux 6.7 ( x86 32 bit and x86 64 bit )

– Search Oracle Linux 6.7

 

*registration required

 

 

 

Happy Oracle Linux  😀

Solus 1.0 “Shannon” – With Budgie and eopkg

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Ikey Doherty has announced the release of Solus 1.0, the first stable release from the Linux distribution project that delivers a home-made desktop environment called “Budgie” and a custom package manager named “eopkg”: “The Solus project is proud to announce the release of the first version of its operating system. Solus 1.0 is code-named ‘Shannon’ after the longest river in Ireland. Solus 1.0 is the result of over eight months of work, coalesced from over a dozen contributors, over 2,000 package builds, a rewrite of the premier desktop environment Budgie, and more. Solus is a Linux-based operating system built from scratch for the modern desktop and targeting the x86_64 architecture. The Solus project develops a GTK+-based desktop environment referred to as Budgie. Budgie ships with a multitude of features. Budgie has been tested and refined to ensure that high-contrast theming works out of the box, enabling usage by individuals with visual impairments. This Budgie menu enables quick access to your installed programs and offers category and compact views.

Release announcement

Budgie

Installation Instructions

Community

Screenshots

The source

Download Solus 1.0

 

 

 

 

Happy GNU/Linux  😀

4MLinux 13.1 stable released ! Antivirus Live CD – BakAndImgCD – The Smallest Server Suite

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The 4MLinux project, which creates a minimal rescue and utility distribution, has released 4MLinux 13.1. The new release ships with the GTK+ 3 libraries and the X display server has been rebuilt to provide better 3-D support. “I am happy to announce that the stable version of 4MLinux 13.1 is ready for download. Four major changes in this release: the Linux 3.18 LTS kernel series is now included in the core of the system, the GTK+ 3.x series has been added, Mesa and X.Org have been totally rebuilt to ensure full 3D support for modern video cards, and the so called Legacy Installer (which makes it possible to install 4MLinux on old computers) has been included in the 4MLinux installation CD.

About it

Tutorials

Blog

Download

The minimum requirements are:
– 1024 MB of RAM (when 4MLinux is run as a live CD/USB),
– 128 MB of RAM and 1 GB of free disk space (when 4MLinux is installed to a HDD).

 

Happy 4MLinux  😀

Relic Hunters Zero – STEAM Key for FREE – Open source shooter

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Relic Hunters Zero is a FREE game about shooting evil space ducks and evil space turtles with tiny cute guns. It’s fast, it’s tactical, and feels delicious and smooth to play. Unlock new weapons, characters and relics to defeat the Ducan Commander.

Official site

Trailer and images

Grab the STEAM Key for FREE here!

 

Compatible with:

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Happy Gaming  😀

TORCS – Open Source 3D car racing simulator

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TORCS (The Open Racing Car Simulator) is an open source 3D car racing simulator available for GNU/Linux, FreeBSD, Mac OS X, AmigaOS 4, AROS, MorphOS and Microsoft Windows. TORCS was created by Eric Espié and Christophe Guionneau, but project development is now headed by Bernhard Wymann. It is written in C++ and is licensed under the GNU GPL. TORCS is designed to enable pre-programmed AI drivers to race against one another, while allowing the user to control a vehicle using either a keyboard, mouse, or wheel input.

Official site

Screenshots

Howto´s

Tutorials

Download Binary installer for Windows

Download for GNU/Linux, FreeBSD and BSD Family

Download for Mac OS X

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Compatible with:

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Happy Gaming  😀

 

Scientific Linux – GNU/Linux distribution for scientific computing

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Scientific Linux is a recompiled Red Hat Enterprise Linux, co-developed by Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory and the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN). Although it aims to be fully compatible with Red Hat Enterprise Linux, it also provides additional packages not found in the upstream product; the most notable among these are various file systems, including Cluster Suite and Global File System (GFS), FUSE, OpenAFS, Squashfs and Unionfs, wireless networking support with Intel wireless firmware, MadWiFi and NDISwrapper, Sun Java and Java Development Kit (JDK), the lightweight IceWM window manager, R – a language and environment for statistical computing, and the Alpine email client.

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Maintained Releases

The system is available in three ways:
– LiveCD, LiveMiniCD and LiveDVD
– NetInstallCD ( to install it on older computers )
– InstallDvd and DVD with all programs

Other information

Link for Downloads

Testing the system we have seen, that is really stable and fast. It contains many useful programs for use of a home computer, and can be an alternative for those who like us wants a stable operating system with many drivers already included.
Note:
This is the link to watch the experiments at CERN. We hope that they are only projects for human wellbeing and not for destroying it.

Happy GNU/Linux  😀

OpenRelativity by the MIT Game Lab

OpenRelativity

OpenRelativity is an open-source toolkit to simulate effects of special relativity by varying the speed of light. Developed by the MIT Game Lab, it contains open-source code for public use with the free and paid versions of the Unity engine. The toolkit was developed during the creation of the game A Slower Speed of Light.
See OpenRelativity in action in the following game:
A Slower Speed of Light is a first-person game in which players navigate a 3D space while picking up orbs that reduce the speed of light in increments. Visual effects of special relativity gradually become apparent to the player, increasing the challenge of gameplay. Players can choose to share their mastery and experience of the game through Twitter. A Slower Speed of Light combines accessible gameplay and a fantasy setting with theoretical and computational physics research to deliver an engaging and pedagogically rich experience.

Official site

Download source code

Download A Slower Speed of Light

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Compatible:

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Happy Programming  😀

Mighty Editor – Create your game

Mighty_Editor

Web based open source HTML5 game editor, based on Phaser.io game engine. Create your games with ease and share them in seconds.

Try It Now!

Source Code.

Game demos.

 

Compatible with all Operating Systems

 Happy Programming  😀