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Jack M. Germain
New Raspberry Pi Packs More Power
03/15/18 10:19 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 963 Words

"I've also built a weather station and even used one to monitor my brain activity with the goal of controlling a LEGO motor with my mind," Ritter said, adding that results of that project have been somewhat variable.

Among the many...

Jack M. Germain
Deepin Desktop Props Up Pardus Linux
03/08/18 9:44 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 1742 Words

To use it you need at least 512 MB of RAM, 8 GB of disk space, a graphics processor capable of at least 640x480 resolution, and a 1.0-GHz processor with 64-bit support.

You can get what the developers call a "side edition,"...

Jack M. Germain
Red Hat Adds Zing to High-Density Storage
02/28/18 2:59 PM PT | LinuxInsider | 983 Words

Red Hat on Wednesday announced the addition of high-density storage capabilities to Red Hat JBoss Data Grid, its in-memory data...

Jack M. Germain
Endless OS Helps Tear Down Linux Wall
02/22/18 2:31 PM PT | LinuxInsider | 1518 Words

To my extreme disappointment, Endless OS lacks virtual workspaces or applets to run on the panel bar. A virtual workspace is an essential feature of most Linux desktops.

Endless OS Settings
The EOS Shell desktop is mostly a one-size-fits-all...

Jack M. Germain
WiFi Routers Riddled With Holes: Report
02/06/18 3:27 PM PT | LinuxInsider | 1482 Words

Most WiFi router vendors have not patched numerous firmware vulnerabilities discovered more than two years ago, according to a report Insignary...

Jack M. Germain
SentinelOne Debuts Unified OS Threat Protection
02/15/18 5:00 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 580 Words

SentinelOne this week announced a partnership with Microsoft to bolster threat protection for mixed platform users, making computing safer for...

Jack M. Germain
Kudos to Namib Linux for Making Arch Approachable
02/13/18 5:00 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 972 Words

Please email your ideas to me , and I'll consider them for a future Linux Picks and Pans column.

And use the Reader Comments feature below to provide your...

Jack M. Germain
Open Source Software Turns 20-Something
02/03/18 11:00 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 1724 Words

"For me personally, open source software has created a global community of colleagues and friends that we would never have thought possible," Peters said. "At DevConf, I had dinner with a group of 15 people that came from countries around the world:...

Jack M. Germain
Skype Comes to Linux in a Snap
02/02/18 1:17 PM PT | LinuxInsider | 741 Words

Canonical on Thursday announced the availability of Skype as a Snap file, the universal Linux app packaging format. The release...

Jack M. Germain
Free Linux Tool Monitors Systems for Meltdown Attacks
01/27/18 11:00 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 769 Words

SentinelOne this week released Blacksmith, a free Linux tool that can detect Meltdown vulnerability exploitation attempts , so system administrators...

Jack M. Germain
SolydXK Plasma Rewards Effort With Stunning Results
01/25/18 4:01 PM PT | LinuxInsider | 891 Words

Those two desktop options drew me to the Linux OS years ago. Both have their strong points.

Xfce is one of the older workhorse desktops and is a choice I often make when looking at new distro releases. The KDE environment,...

Jack M. Germain
Barcelona Opts for Breath of Open Source Fresh Air
01/20/18 11:00 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 981 Words

Barcelona city officials have voted to shut the door on Microsoft Windows in favor of the Linux operating system and open...

Jack M. Germain
GeckoLinux: A Polished Distro Just Got Smoother
01/11/18 5:00 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 1106 Words

Some of my hardware is notorious for being finicky. Some of the test rigs refuse to play well with software designed for newer technology. GeckoLinux did not fall victim to such troubles.

GeckoLinux 423 has better hardware detection. It worked well...

Jack M. Germain
Massive Intel Chip Security Flaw Threatens Computers
01/03/18 2:45 PM PT | LinuxInsider | 806 Words

A design flaw in all Intel chips produced in the last decade is responsible for a vulnerability that puts Linux ,...

Jack M. Germain
SoftMaker for Linux Is a Solid Microsoft Office Alternative
12/27/17 7:00 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 1179 Words

It took me some time to gegt used to the ribbon menu, since I was unfamiliar with using it on Microsoft Office, but I came to like it.

How It Works
The process is a bit different than scrolling...

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Chromixium Adds Polish to Chrome
05/29/15 2:37 PM PT | LinuxInsider | 1660 Words

Chromixium sole developer Rich Jack's innovative version 1.0, released last month, is a Chrome OS clone that runs on nearly any aging or newer computer with the user's choice of the fully open-sourced Chromium Web browser or Google's Chrome browser.


Jack M. Germain
AV Linux Update: Good but Not Better
11/26/16 11:00 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 1385 Words

What's Inside AV Linux
My last review of AV Linux version 6 was in May of 2014. That release was a complete makeover of its predecessor. This latest release also is completely different from its predecessor -- to the point...

Jack M. Germain
OTA Report: Consumer Services Sites More Trustworthy Than .Gov Sites
06/22/17 5:00 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 1414 Words

The Online Trust Alliance on Tuesday released its 2017 Online Trust Audit & Honor Roll . Among its findings: Consumer services...

Jack M. Germain
The Perils of Mobile App Insecurity
02/04/14 9:33 PM PT | LinuxInsider | 1320 Words

They both are the predominant operating systems in their categories, according to Jack Walsh, mobility program manager at ICSA Labs .

"The malware writers are going to spend the most time where they can get the best returns. Attackers are going to...

Jack M. Germain
RoboCyberWall Aims to Block Linux Server Hacks
10/04/17 4:30 PM PT | LinuxInsider | 825 Words

RoboCyberWall on Tuesday launched its proprietary precision firewall solution bearing the same name. RoboCyberWall is designed to protect HTTP and...

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Self-driving vehicles should be banned -- one death is one too many.
Autonomous vehicles could save thousands of lives -- the tests should continue.
Companies with bad safety records should have to stop testing.
Accidents happen -- we should investigate and learn from them.
The tests are pointless -- most people will never trust software and sensors.
Most injuries and fatalities in self-driving auto tests are due to human error.