Technology

Steve June 5, 2020

This guide explains what is eCryptfs and how to encrypt directories with eCryptfs in Linux. eCryptfs is a POSIX-compliant enterprise cryptographic “stacked” filesystem for Linux. Please note that eCryptfs is not a Kernel-level full disk… The post How To Encrypt Directories With eCryptfs In Linux appeared first on OSTechNix. Read More

Steve June 5, 2020

[Nicholas Carlini] programmed a C implementation of two-player Tic Tac Toe, and he did it in a single call to printf(). The arguments for that single function call get mind-bendingly complex, so it may come as no surprise that it was written for The International Obfuscated C Code Contest (IOCCC). Most of us are aware […]

Steve June 5, 2020

Following growing concerns over the risks of the ongoing pandemic, this year’s E3 gaming conference was cancelled by the Entertainment Software Association. To resurrect the spirit of the event, the Guerrilla Collective was announced as a virtual replacement to the gaming event. The digital event was initially scheduled to take place from June 6 to […]

Steve June 5, 2020

This guide explains the steps you need to move Virtual Machine Image to Another Host Using GNOME Boxes. GNOME Boxes is a virtualization utility created by the GNOME project. This utility works as a front end for libvirt. libvirt is an open-source API, daemon, and management tool for managing platform virtualization. It supports different virtualization […]

Steve June 5, 2020

Posted June 4, 2020 by Charles Morris & filed under Newswire, The Vehicles. Tesla is reworking plans for its Berlin-area Gigafactory to answer criticism from environmental groups, a local government official told Bloomberg. The EV trendsetter has faced concerns from locals about deforestation and water usage. In February, the company was forced to temporarily halt […]

Steve June 5, 2020

Elon Musk’s Boring Company is officially applying to extend its Loop tunnel system at the Las Vegas Convention Center to its first casino on the strip. Last year, we reported on the Boring Company announcing a new proposed “Loop” system of tunnels for approval in Las Vegas. The project was initiated by the Las Vegas Convention […]

Steve June 5, 2020

If you were lucky and had well-off parents in the early 1980s, your home computer had a sound chip on board and could make music. There were a variety of chips on the market that combined in some form the tone generators and noise sources of a synthesiser, but without the digital-to-analogue converters of later […]

Steve June 5, 2020

Image via Dawn.com Interop Tokyo is an annual conference that brings together industry giants from around the world to showcase the latest developments in the world of AI, IoT, edge computing, and the industrial Internet. At this year’s rendition, Interop Tokyo 2020, the Chinese electronics giant Huawei won eight awards. Out of the eight, five […]

Steve June 5, 2020

The last few months have seen exponential growth in the usage of Microsoft Teams. This can be illustrated from the fact that on March 31 alone, the app handled nearly 2.7 billion minutes of calls. While Teams has seen significant growth, on the other half of the horizon, perhaps the app that hasn’t benefited as […]