Systemd. Joys and sorrows of a misunderstood demon

Systemd is a software suite of daemons, libraries and administration utilities designed with the aim of centralizing the management and configuration of Unix-like operating systems. Systemd is generally used as init system to use to bootstrap user space during startup and manage user processes. It replaces the classic origin, which is the descending one from the Unix System V (SysVinit).[…]

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Google graveyard. A free and open-source list of discontinued Google services

The digital graveyard, a tribute, and log of beloved products and services killed by Google. Killed by Google is the Google graveyard; a free and open-source list of discontinued Google services, products, devices, and apps. It aims to be a source of factual information about the history surrounding Google’s dead projects. Killed by Google relies on contributors to proofread, check[…]

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Google Stadia. Is Google going to buy AMD?

Yesterday afternoon during the opening of the GDC 2019, Google pulls out a new concept called Stadia. It combines services and infrastructures and puts them at the top of a gaming service. The power of remote hardware with super performance and the wide bandwidth of the next generation network to reach gamers anywhere in the world. Not really everywhere because[…]

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