PulseAudio 9.0 released

Changes at a glance

Automatic routing improvements
Beamforming and various other new features in the WebRTC echo canceller
Various improvements in module-role-cork and module-role-ducking
LFE remixing disabled by default
memfd-backed shared memory transport
Support for sample rates up to 384 kHz
webrtc-audio-processing dependency minimum version bumped to 0.2
Changed the C standard from C99 to C11.
Notes for end users

Automatic routing improvements

In 8.0, PulseAudio started to automatically switch to another profile when the device associated with the current profile is unplugged. That seemingly smart thing had some serious unintended consequences. One typical issue was that when unplugging headphones, PulseAudio might switch to S/PDIF output and not switch back to headphones when they are plugged in again. Another issue was that HDMI in many cases appears to get temporarily unplugged when the monitor goes to sleep mode, or even when switching the refresh rate of the monitor – PulseAudio 8.0 would move audio away from the HDMI monitor in these


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Remains of the Day: Windows 10 Anniversary Update to Arrive on August 2nd

Ever hit send before you finished writing a message? Microsoft apparently did that today when they accidentally announced the release date for the upcoming ‘anniversary’ update to Windows 10—unless they change their mind.Read more…


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LEGAL CHECKLISTS, CLASSROOMS, WORKFLOWS AND LEGAL EDUCATION

Statewide Legal Services of Connecticut and CALI have created a new website where lawyers (especially legal aid attorneys), law students and law faculty can create checklists that contain steps in a legal process and links or content that deals with that step in the process. The website is at www.learnthelaw.org because the goal is to […]


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How to Install Nginx with PHP and MySQL (LEMP Stack) on CentOS 7.2

Nginx (pronounced “engine x”) is a free, open-source, high-performance HTTP server. Nginx is known for its stability, rich feature set, simple configuration, and low resource consumption. This tutorial shows how you can install Nginx on a CentOS 7.2 server with PHP support (through PHP-FPM) and MySQL (Mariadb) support.


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D3 v4.0.0 released

D3 is now modular, composed of many small libraries that you can also use independently. Each library has its own repo and release cycle for faster development. The modular approach also improves the process for custom bundles and plugins.

There are a lot of improvements in 4.0: there were about as many commits in 4.0 as in all prior versions of D3. Some changes make D3 easier to learn and use, such as immutable selections. But there are lots of new features, too! These are covered in detail in the release notes; here are a few highlights.

Colors, Interpolators and Scales

Shapes and Layouts

Selections, Transitions, Easings and Timers

Even More!


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Elastic Network Adapter – High Performance Network Interface for Amazon EC2

Many AWS customers create high-performance systems that run across multiple EC2 instances and make good use of all available network bandwidth. Over the years, we have been working to make EC2 an ever-better host for this use case. For example, the CC1 instances were the first to feature 10 Gbps networking. Later, the Enhanced Networking feature reduced latency, increased the packet rate, and reduced variability. Through the years, the goal has remained constant—ensure that the network is not the bottleneck for the vast majority of customer workloads.
We’ve been talking to lots of customers and watching technology trends closely. Along with a short-term goal of enabling higher throughput by providing more bandwidth, we established some longer-term goals for the next generation of EC2 networking. We wanted to be able to take advantage of the increased concurrency (more vCPUs) found in today’s processors, and we wanted to lay a solid foundation


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Elastic Network Adapter – High Performance Network Interface for EC2

Many AWS customers create high-performance systems that run across multiple EC2 instances and make good use of all available network bandwidth. Over the years, we have been working to make EC2 an ever-better host for this use case. For example, the CC1 instances were the first to feature 10 Gbps networking. Later, the Enhanced Networking feature reduced latency, increased the packet rate, and reduced variability. Through the years, the goal has remained constant—ensure that the network is not the bottleneck for the vast majority of customer workloads.
We’ve been talking to lots of customers and watching technology trends closely. Along with a short-term goal of enabling higher throughput by providing more bandwidth, we established some longer-term goals for the next generation of EC2 networking. We wanted to be able to take advantage of the increased concurrency (more vCPUs) found in today’s processors, and we wanted to lay a solid


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Oops, looks like Windows 10 Anniversary Update is arriving later than planned

Microsoft’s big Windows 10 Anniversary Update introduces a ton of new features and improvements to the new operating system, including a revamped Start menu, support for extensions in Edge, Windows Ink, and more. Windows Insiders have been testing these new features for a while, and it’s looking very much as if the Anniversary Update will be a great improvement. The big update was set to be released on July 29, the same day as the free upgrade offer ended, but according to an accidental release from Microsoft, it seems as if the software giant is going to miss that window.… [Continue Reading]


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