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CPU utilization is wrong, top Blender video tutorials, Python, Linux, Pidgin, and more
CPU utilization, top Blender video tutorials, Python, Linux, Stratis, Pidgin, and more
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Opensource.com contributor Brendan Gregg gave an UPSCALE talk at SCaLE 16x in March and we posted the video, CPU utilization is wrong, which was a big hit with readers last week. Read on for more of our most popular posts from the week of April 23-29:
- CPU utilization is wrong, by Opensource.com & Brendan Gregg
- An introduction to Python bytecode, by James Bennett
- How to create a 2D game with Python and the Arcade library, by Paul Vincent Craven
- What Stratis learned from ZFS, Btrfs, and Linux Volume Manager, by Andy Grover
- 5 top Blender video tutorials for beginners, by Jason van Gumster
- 3 Python template libraries compared, by Jason Baker
- An introduction to the GNU Core Utilities, by David Both
- Breach detection with Linux filesystem forensics, by Gary Smith
- Get started with Pidgin: An open source replacement for Skype, by Ray Shimko
- Configuring local storage in Linux with Stratis, by Andy Grover
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