Drupal is a very widely used open-source content management system. It initially was released in 2001, and recent statistics show Drupal as the third-most popular content management system, with just less than 800,000 Web sites utilizing Drupal as a content management system.
A few months ago, we began the process of rolling out HipHop Virtual Machine (HHVM) to our servers. After hitting a few bumps in the road, we're excited to announce that 100% of our PHP servers are now operate on HHVM! This represents a huge milestone for us, as virtually all requests to Box pass through our PHP application at some point. As a result, almost everything on the site has seen a dramatic speed up while simultaneously receiving a cut in overall CPU utilization on our servers.
The Toolbar is a new android widget, introduced in API 21 (Lollipop), designed and intended to replace the ActionBar. The ActionBar was introduced in API 11 (Honeycomb), to appear at the top of an activity's window. The Toolbar, on the other hand is more powerful than the ActionBar. For example, the Toolbar can be placed …Continue reading...
I'm happy to announce that PrivateInternetAccess is now the primary sponsor for Linux Mint. PrivateInternetAccess, PIA, is one of the world’s leading VPN providers. The company has been praised for their policy to never log data and for offering some of the lowest subscription prices
Immediately after announcing new kernel updates for the Ubuntu 14.04 LTS (Trusty Tahr) and Ubuntu 12.04 LTS (Precise Pangolin) operating systems, Canonical has also published details about a kernel update for its Ubuntu 14.10 (Utopic Unicon) distribution, urging users to update as soon as possible.
An argument between developers of some of the most basic parts of Linux turned heated this week, resulting in a prominent Red Hat employee and code contributor being banned from working on the Linux kernel.
Plasma Next: familiar yet polished KDE today releases the first Alpha version of the next-generation Plasma workspace. This kicks off the public testing phase for the next iteration of the popular Free software workspace, code-named "Plasma Next" (referring to the 'next' Plasma release-see below "A note on versioning and naming"). Plasma Next is built using QML and runs on top of a fully hardware-accelerated graphics stack using Qt 5, QtQuick 2 and an OpenGL(-ES) scenegraph. Plasma Next provides a core desktop experience that will be easy and familiar for current users of KDE workspaces or alternative Free Software or proprietary offerings. Plasma Next is planned to be released as 2014.6 on the 17th of June.
Today we provide a 32-bit Linux version of our previous developer release. Sadly, there is no Linux 64-bit version this time around—some changes we originally made to accommodate the 32-bit version on our build systems, actually broke the 64-bit version. We have already fixed the issue internally, so the next release should have both 32-bit...
The stable edition of Ubuntu 15.04 (Vivid Vervet) is just around the corner, so this is a good time to take a look at the features that are going to be implemented in the new release and see what important packages have been updated.
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