Ubuntu Linux uncertainty continues as Canonical CEO walks away

Ubuntu is in a very weird and uncertain place right now. If you have been following the Linux distribution lately, you would know that Canonical dropped some bombshell news that it was killing the Unity desktop environment, along with its tablet, phone, and convergence plans. This was shocking, as the company sunk a lot of resources into these things, and now it looks like all that time and money was wasted. Then, Ubuntu founder Mark Shuttleworth insulted the free software community, going so far as to compare the hatred towards Mir to the gun control debate. Now today, following rumors and speculation, Canonical… [Continue Reading]


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RAGrid: Powerful intrinsic pure CSS flexbox grid

The way we talk about the grid in our teams, should be the same way we code the grid. Forget xs-col-5 or IbBox W(1/3) or whatever is in fashion, let’s use the same speak we do with people, with our machines.This grid is a bit different though, in that it seeks to allow contents to decide their own size by default. Most grids are explicit about widths, and the content must block level fill the space. With RAGrid, you distribute and align the items which manage their own size. If this doesn’t make sense, here’s some reading on intrinsic and extrinsic CSS, and I suggest you resize your browser while looking at an example to see just how different this grid is.tldr;Columns and rows are intrinsicly sized by default, so they rag and flow like typography (RAGrid.. get it..)It follows the Adobe/Sketch align tool jargonLayout is described via attributes &


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MySQL InnoDB Cluster GA Is Available Now

The MySQL Development Team is happy to announce the first GA release of InnoDB Cluster–our integrated, native, full stack HA solution for MySQL. You can see highlights of the changes and improvements made since the RC release here, and you can download the GA packages from our MySQL APT (Ubuntu, Debian) and YUM (Redhat, OEL, Fedora) repositories or from dev.mysql.com.
InnoDB Cluster consists of the following three GA components:
MySQL 5.7+ Servers with Group Replication to replicate data to all members of thecluster while providing fault tolerance, automated failover, and elasticity. (download)
MySQL Shell 1.0+ to create and administer InnoDB Clusters using the built-in AdminAPI. (download)
MySQL Router 2.1+ to ensure client requests are load balanced and routed to the correct servers in case of any database failures. (download)
The GA release of InnoDB Cluster builds upon the great work that the MySQL Development Team has done on Group Replication, filling out the rest of the stack for setup, management, orchestration,


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Blender 2.79: OpenCL on par with CUDA

From BlenderWiki

Cycles has a split OpenCL kernel since Blender release 2.75. It’s an alternative approach to what is used on CPU (so called megakernel). The idea behind splitting the kernel is to have multiple smaller kernels which are not only simpler and faster to compile, but also have better performance. Initial split kernel patch was done by AMD. Further work was also funded by AMD.
The OpenCL Split Kernel now supports nearly all features. Only Correlated multi jitter is missing. Baking works, but uses the mega kernel. Volumetrics, SSS, Branched path tracing, HDR lightning and Denoising are fully supported.
With current drivers, all production files from the official cycles benchmark pack, including the huge one from Gooseberry, render now pretty fast.

Testing
Activate OpenCL rendering
For AMD cards on Windows and Linux you just need to select your GPU under file -> user preferences -> system. The split kernel will be used


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Nginx 1.12.0 stable

Changes with nginx 1.12.0 12 Apr 2017

*) 1.12.x stable branch.

Changes with nginx 1.11.13 04 Apr 2017

*) Feature: the “http_429” parameter of the “proxy_next_upstream”,
“fastcgi_next_upstream”, “scgi_next_upstream”, and
“uwsgi_next_upstream” directives.
Thanks to Piotr Sikora.

*) Bugfix: in memory allocation error handling.

*) Bugfix: requests might hang when using the “sendfile” and
“timer_resolution” directives on Linux.

*) Bugfix: requests might hang when using the “sendfile” and “aio_write”
directives with subrequests.

*) Bugfix: in the ngx_http_v2_module.
Thanks to Piotr Sikora.

*) Bugfix: a segmentation fault might occur in a worker process when
using HTTP/2.

*) Bugfix: requests might hang when using the “limit_rate”,
“sendfile_max_chunk”, “limit_req” directives, or the $r->sleep()
embedded perl method with subrequests.

*) Bugfix: in the ngx_http_slice_module.

Changes with nginx 1.11.12 24 Mar 2017

*) Bugfix: nginx might hog CPU; the bug had appeared in 1.11.11.

Changes with nginx 1.11.11 21 Mar 2017

*) Feature: the “worker_shutdown_timeout” directive.

*) Feature: vim syntax


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