Perform Linux memory forensics with this open source tool
A computer's operating system and applications use the primary memory (or RAM) to perform various tasks. This volatile memory, containing a wealth of information about running applications, network connections, kernel modules, open files, and just about everything else is wiped out each time the computer restarts.
Upgrade your Linux PC hardware using open source tools
In my article on identifying Linux performance bottlenecks using open source tools, I explained some simple ways to monitor Linux performance using open source graphical user interface (GUI) tools. I focused on identifying performance bottlenecks, situations where a hardware resource reaches its limits and holds back your PC's performance.
The paper bag rustled and fell over. It continued to crinkle a bit longer before the cat decided it was bored and went to seek a spot in the sun, where it found a most amazing cardbox box that was perfect for a nap.
The genie watched over the dozing feline until it roused to search for a meal - a bowl of kibble was conjured.
If humans were this easy to satisfy, or this cute, I would never have retired, the genie reflected.
Tonight on Inspired Unreality our opening topic will be really old school. RPGs predating D&D. Whether you played back in the day or just have some knowledge about it we will be glad to hear your input.
Inspired Unreality open game chat is held every Monday night at 9:00 Central in the gamerplus chatrooms at Tenkar's Tavern on Discord. Bring your own topic. All gaming is on topic. If you are new to Tenkar's Tavern we have an invitation for you here.
This is Hairy Larry inviting you to enjoy Something Blue every Saturday night at ten. This week we’re featuring Jazz Alliance, Richard Andersson, and SFJAZZ Collective. For more about the show visit the Something Blue website at http://sbblues.com.
Tonight! Inspired Unreality! Open game chat at 9:00 Central in the gamerplus chatrooms at Tenkar's Tavern on Discord. Our opening topic will be magic systems. ZDL mentioned the Native American influences in Gunnerkrigg and it got me to thinking about how a magic system based on Native American folklore would work. Spirituality, talking to animals, sweat lodges, drugs, transmutation. Magic systems are a fascinating part of RPGs and fantasy literature. Join us tonight for an interesting discussion.
As always bring your own topic. All gaming is on topic. If you have never been to Tenkar's Tavern we have an invite for you here.
Start programming in Deno, an alternative to Node.js
Here, I will help you quickly get started with Deno by explaining:
When you're scripting with Bash, sometimes you need to read data from or write data to a file. Sometimes a file may contain configuration options, and other times the file is the data your user is creating with your application. Every language handles this task a little differently, and this article demonstrates how to handle data files with Bash and other POSIX shells.
Linux powers the internet, confirms EU commissioner
In 20 years of EU digital policy in Brussels, I have seen growing awareness and recognition among policymakers in Europe of the importance of open source software (OSS). A recent keynote by EU internal market commissioner Thierry Breton at the annual EU Open Source Policy Summit in February provides another example—albeit with a sense of urgency and strategic opportunity that has been largely missing in the past.
Identify Linux performance bottlenecks using open source tools
Computers are integrated systems that only perform as fast as their slowest hardware component. If one component is less capable than the others—if it falls behind and can't keep up—it can hold your entire system back. That's a performance bottleneck. Removing a serious bottleneck can make your system fly.
Few Unix commands are as famous as sed, grep, and awk. They get grouped together often, possibly because they have strange names and powerful tools for parsing text. They also share some syntactical and logical similarities. And while they're all useful for parsing text, each has its specialties. This article examines the sed command, which is a stream editor.
There are a lot of well-known open source applications used in web design, but there are also many great tools that are not as popular. I thought I'd challenge myself to find some obscure options on the chance I might find something useful.
Open source offers a wealth of options, so it's no surprise that I found 10 new applications that I now consider indispensable to my work.
In March 2020, I joined the rest of the world in quarantine at home for two weeks. Then, two weeks turned into more. And more. It wasn't too hard on me at first. I had been working a remote job for a year already, and I'm sort of an introvert in some ways. Being at home was sort of "business as usual" for me, but I watched as it took its toll on others, including my wife.
Dumpstaphunk Live at Mardi Gras World on 2016-09-30
Dumpstaphunk September 30, 2016 New Orleans, LA @ Mardi Gras World - Bear Creek Bayou - Bayou Stage (large outdoor stage) HiMD > WAV Recorded by Bryan Belay 01. Deeper 02. Reality of The Situation 03. Meanwhile 04....
Karl Denson's Tiny Universe Live at Mardi Gras World on 2016-10-01
Karl Denson's Tiny Universe October 1, 2016 New Orleans, LA @ Mardi Gras World - Bear Creek Bayou - Bayou Stage (large outdoor stage) HiMD > WAV Recorded by Bryan Belay Normalized and tracked by Funk It Blog 01....
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Thanks Marty, this week on From The Archives we’re featuring some blues guitar from Delta Legends.
On June 10, 2018, I took a drive down to John Shepherd’s studio to record with Delta Legends. John Shepherd and Jeremy Burnett are both from Wynne and I live outside of Brookland. We recorded several songs and three of them are featured on our CD, “Two Woman Blues”. At the session John played guitar, Jeremy was on harp, and I’m on the bass. We all sing.
John is a virtuoso electric blues guitarist who plays especially well on slow blues standards like “Red House” and “Last Night”. One of the songs we recorded that day is a John Shepherd original called “These Blues”. John wrote it, John sings it, and John’s on guitar. Here’s Delta Legends now playing “These Blues”.
This is Hairy Larry inviting you to enjoy Something Blue every Saturday night at ten. This week we’re featuring Eilen Jewell, Erin Harpe, Suzanne Michell, and Ruthie Foster. For more about the show visit the Something Blue website at sbblues.com.
Don’t miss Something Blue, Saturday night at 10:00 PM CST, at kasu.org.
This sale covers books, movies, music, toys and most important to us, games!
You can Mix and match between all the categories.
What we've done is create a landing page listing all of the eligible board games and RPGs in this sale, grouped by type as well as by price. This way you can group your purchases by price and save the most money!