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PFQ functional networking framework 5.0 is out! This major release includes new user-space APIs, packet steering enhanced through the use of weights, HugePages support enabled by default, packet transmission improved, a new declarative syntax for pfqd, bugs and regression fixed! www.pfq.io submitted by awgn [link] [comment]

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I been reading about how to do it and the only thing that I have doubts about is the part of how to re-configure the grub and the UUIDs in the fstab. Also, is there a easy way to do a fresh install and then re-install the same packages and copy the configuration files with everything working? Thanks in advance submitted by carlosvega [link] [comment]

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I've been recently supporting one open source project, until now. Now I'm wondering what to support next. I thought about supporting Gnome Project, but then I thought about open AMD drivers currently in development, as I obviously own one and like their approach to open drivers. Does anybody know if there's a way of supporting them directly or via e.g. Patreon/Bountysource or similar? Bitcoin? I honestly don't know where to look for this.. Googling or AMD's website doesn't reveal much. I know it's probably weird, but I'm really interested. submitted by MartinAllien [link] [comment]

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I just learned about how-can-i-help, which after invoking an apt-get upgrade or install, shows you which packages on your system are in need of some love. Popularity-contest just lets package maintainers know how much people are using their packages. :D AFAIK these packages apply to all the derivatives of these distros as well. submitted by mozarellafoxfire [link] [comment]

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So I'm looking at three different distros: Fedora, Debian, and Ubuntu. What similarities do these OS have with Windows. What sort of support do each of these have? What programming environments/languages does it support? submitted by fatmansbox [link] [comment]

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For years, the company where I work has allowed software developers to fully administer their (Linux) desktops and VMs without any required software for auditing/compliance. Recently, IT is mandating installation of compliance/asset tracking software, with mentions of the ability to push software, remote access, etc. This software sends out hardware info, installed package lists, running processes, user login information, configuration information and more daily to IT. We are not in any type of security sensitive industry (financial, defense, etc). I have been told that I am overreacting in response to this requirement, and to just do it. Those of you that work in a Linux shop, do you have autonomy? Have you always? Is it a deal breaker if it was taken away? submitted by iluminae [link] [1 comment]

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