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Operating system family that use the linux kernel

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Lindsay Clark
May 11, 2021
go.theregister.com
Gazing into the void for at least a few more years yet
Benj Edwards
May 10, 2021
How-To Geek
Mozilla Firefox lets you trigger bookmarks with a custom keyword in the address bar. With this feature and a custom bookmarklet, you can quickly search a site using Google, Bing, or DuckDuckGo. Here's how.
Mahesh Makvana
May 7, 2021
How-To Geek
By default, Google Chrome doesn't offer a direct way to copy the addresses (URLs) of all open tabs at once. But there's a workaround for Windows, Linux, and Mac, and we'll show you how to use it.
Simon Sharwood
May 6, 2021
go.theregister.com
There was just a little fire. But not enough to worry anybody
Katyanna Quach
May 6, 2021
go.theregister.com
For everyone else, get back to work and ordering those Amazon Prime deals
Intezer
May 5, 2021
www.prnewswire.com:443
/PRNewswire/ -- Cybersecurity company, Intezer, has been recognized as the Best Threat Detection Technology in the 2021 SC Awards for its innovative code DNA...
Dave McKay
May 5, 2021
How-To Geek
The Tor Project says that you can't run the full version of the anonymizing Tor browser on a Chromebook. But, by using your Chromebook's Linux subsystem, you can install and use it very easily. Here's how.
Roel Van de Paar
May 3, 2021
www.cloudsavvyit.com
If you're used to the convenient 'start' command at the command prompt in Microsoft Windows, you're likely to be a little disappointed not having the same functionality in Linux. But it need not be!
Monica Chin
April 30, 2021
The Verge
The University of Minnesota has been banned from contributing to the Linux kernel after a body of research drew ire from the developer community. Lessons were learned -- though not entirely the lessons the researchers intended.
Roel Van de Paar
April 30, 2021
www.cloudsavvyit.com
That application crash need not be the end of the journey! Learn the basics of using GDB, the powerful GNU Debugger and know how to debug core dumps on Linux. Ideal for end users and debugging newcomers alike.
Laura Dobberstein
April 26, 2021
go.theregister.com
Ingenuity's third flight goes further, faster, as Perseverance snaps pics 'n' vid of 'copter zipping past
Jim Salter
April 23, 2021
Ars Technica
You'll need to be on the Dev channel of an Insider build to see the new feature.
Mitchell Clark
April 22, 2021
The Verge
Researchers at the University of Minnesota purposefully submitted bad code to the Linux kernel. Its maintainers have now banned future submissions from the school and are ripping out previously submitted code.
Lindsay Clark
April 22, 2021
go.theregister.com
Space-saving structures could work well in 'space missions'
Josh Hendrickson
April 21, 2021
www.reviewgeek.com
A little over three years ago, Microsoft introduced the Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL), but it officially it only ran a Bash environment. Last year the company promised to support Linux apps with a full GUI, and now the first preview of that work is here.
Jim Salter
April 20, 2021
Ars Technica
Next year's upgrade--out for preview later this summer--looks like a doozy.
Katyanna Quach and Richard Speed
April 19, 2021
go.theregister.com
NASA's JPL lab speaks to The Reg
Jennifer F. Hu
April 15, 2021
Nature Biotechnology
Current next-generation RNA-sequencing (RNA-seq) methods do not provide accurate quantification of small RNAs within a sample, due to sequence-dependent biases in capture, ligation and amplification during library preparation. We present a method, absolute quantification RNA-sequencing (AQRNA-seq), that minimizes biases and provides a direct, linear correlation between sequencing read count and copy number for all small RNAs in a sample. Library preparation and data processing were optimized and validated using a 963-member microRNA reference library, oligonucleotide standards of varying length, and RNA blots. Application of AQRNA-seq to a panel of human cancer cells revealed >800 detectable miRNAs that varied during cancer progression, while application to bacterial transfer RNA pools, with the challenges of secondary structure and abundant modifications, revealed 80-fold variation in tRNA isoacceptor levels, stress-induced site-specific tRNA fragmentation, quantitative modification maps, and evidence for stress-induced, tRNA-driven, codon-biased translation. AQRNA-seq thus provides a versatile means to quantitatively map the small RNA landscape in cells. AQRNA-seq allows accurate quantification of small RNAs.
April 11, 2021
HT Tech
The new hardware from Apple runs on the ARM processor architecture and as a result, requires extra work to bring the same feature support as an Intel or AMD processor.
Dan Goodin
April 9, 2021
Ars Technica
With new exploits and capabilities, the Sysrv botnet poses a growing threat.
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