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Andes adds to its Linux-ready RISC-V line-up with L2 and multi-core ready models

Andes unveils four new Linux-focused RISC-V cores: The 32-bit A45MP and 64-bit AX45MP support up to 4x cores at up to 2.4GHz and offer optional L2 cache while the 32-bit A27L2 and AX27L2 also add optional L2. Last December when Andes Technology announced its RISC-V architecture AndesCore 27-series of Linux-ready CPU cores, we somehow missed […]

How to Install PHP 8 on Ubuntu 20.04

This article will show you how to install PHP 8 on Ubuntu 20.04 and integrate it with Nginx and Apache.

Get the most out of the Vi text editor

Whether you know it as Vim, Neovim, gVim, nvi, or even Elvis, the quintessential Unix editor is easily Vi. Included in probably every Linux and BSD distribution, Vi is a lightweight and minimalist text editor that many users love for its simple and succinct keyboard shortcuts and dual-mode design.

Client-Server workloads on the Web - Everyone is doing it wrong

The way we handle client-server architecture in the modern web is completely backwards from how it should be.

How to Remove Physical Volume from a Volume Group in LVM

2DayGeek: This quick article shows you how to remove physical volume from a volume group in LVM.

The December 2020 Issue of the PCLinuxOS Magazine

The PCLinuxOS Magazine staff is pleased to announce the release of the December 2020 issue.

Ubuntu Touch OTA-15 Arrives on December 16th with More Improvements for the Volla Phone

The UBports Foundation announced today that the next version of the Ubuntu Touch mobile operating system, OTA-15, will arrive on December 16th with more improvements for Ubuntu Phone users.

Linux Kernel 5.10 LTS Top Features (RC-6 is out now)

Linux Kernel 5.10 is planned for LTS (long term support) Kernel release. Kernel 5.10 is the 21st stable release following the current Kernel 5.4 LTS. And the Kernel 5.10 RC6 is out now.

LibreOffice 7.1 beta boasts impressive range of features let down by a lack of polish and poor mobile efforts

he LibreOffice team has published the first beta of version 7.1, with general availability planned for February 2021. LibreOffice now describes itself as "OpenOffice evolution", a poke at rival OpenOffice. It was forked from the same codebase (the roots of both go back to an '80s application called StarWriter, acquired by Sun) but LibreOffice is progressing...

Linux Command Basics: 7 commands for process management

If you're new to Linux and need help managing your processes, these basic commands are for you.

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