GIMP 2.99.8 Released with Clone Tool Tweaks, Support for Windows Ink
A new development version of GIMP is available to download and it comes with a couple of interesting changes. More details, and download links, inside. This post, GIMP 2.99.8 Released with Clone Tool Tweaks, Support for Windows Ink is from OMG! Ubuntu! . Do not reproduce elsewhere without permission.
Distribution Release: Redcore Linux 2102
Recore Linux is a desktop-oriented distribution based on Gentoo. The project's latest snapshot, version 2102, carries the codename Polaris. "We're pleased to announce that Redcore Linux Hardened 2102 (codename Polaris) is now available for download. This cycle was a rather smooth one, without major incidents, until the nasty....
Speak to me.
My trusty laptop’s speakers gave up the ghost. I don’t like to sit around in headphones all the time, I don’t have any other speakers, and the replacements are still being manhandled by the postman. I’d get used to the austerity if I hadn’t started missing calls from a friend. That’s unacceptable! But what am […] The post Speak to me! appeared first on Purism .
Crystal 1.2 Programming Language Released
Programming language Crystal 1.2 has been released. The developers of Crystal are trying to combine the convenience of development in the Ruby language with the high application performance inherent in the C language. Crystal syntax is close to Ruby, but not fully compatible with it, despite the fact that some Ruby programs are executed without […] The post Crystal 1.2 Programming Language Released appeared first on Linux Today .
Kontron takes Raspberry Pi into Industry 4.0 with Codesys
Industrial control language Codesys will now run on Kontron’s Raspberry Pi compute module-based Pi-Tron CM3+ PCB computer.
I Spy With My Raspberry Pi, Doom Running in a Skull's Eye
Just when you think there’s nowhere else for Doom to be played, a developer known as Foone manages to run Doom in the eye of a skeleton—all with the help of our favorite SBC, the Raspberry Pi.
The ELISA Project Continues to Grow its Global Ecosystem by Welcoming Red Hat as a Premier Member and Banma, Lotus Cars and SUS
Schedule for the ELISA Fall Workshop on November 8-10 is now live SAN FRANCISCO – October 20, 2021 – Today, the ELISA (Enabling Linux in Safety Applications) Project, an open source initiative that aims to create a shared set of tools and processes to help companies build and certify Linux-based safety-critical applications and systems, announced […] The post The ELISA Project Continues to Grow its Global Ecosystem by Welcoming Red Hat as a Premier Member and Banma, Lotus Cars and SUSE appear...
Open Source Security Foundation Raises $10 Million in New Commitments to Secure Software Supply Chains