Updating kde suse
I’ve been keeping this under the wraps for some time now, but the book is now officially announced and the first two chapters are made available through the Manning Early Access Program (MEAP). There are some issues with the generated PDF files with the formatting of the code listings, and C++ is called 'cxx' everywhere. Linux perf is a tremendously powerful tool suite for performance analysis: It can do basically everything, from CPU sampling profiling to tracing of syscalls or even dynamic tracepoints in your own code.
After adding PPA, run the following commands to update your existing package database.
For Fedora systems, new KDE plasma updates are available from the default repositories, make sure to keep your Fedora installation up-to-date, in order to install most recent version of KDE Plasma as shown.
:) For those of you who know me, you have probably noticed that I talk a lot about functional programming at C++ conferences like Meeting C++, Qt Con, Qt Dev Days and such. His talk will cover a broad part of what perf has to offer for user space developers.
The good people at Manning noticed that as well and offered me to write a book on Functional Programming in C++. You can see more information about the topics planned to be covered in the book at the book homepage: Functional Programming in C++ There will also be a discount on “Grokking Functional Programming” (a quite interesting FP book from what I’ve seen) and “Functional Programming in C#”. Afterwards, you will know how to use perf to find CPU hotspots in your code as well as some tricks to profile wait times for lock contention issues or disk I/O.
KDE Plasma 5 Homepage Have you tested KDE Plasma 5 on your Linux system? View all Posts Aaron Kili Computer Science student at Makerere University.
I was hoping to announce this at Meeting C++, but the guys at Manning were a bit faster than I expected.
Anyway, if you want to install Plasma 5.6 on Ubuntu/Kubuntu 16.04 and Linux Mint 18, you have to use Kubuntu Backports PPA repository on the top of existing installations.
There is a lot of new features in KDE Plasma 5, here’s a list of the most important new features.First of all, you have to know that this is the sixth update to Plasma 5, versioned 5.6, which was released on 05 July 2016 with many new feature enhancements and new modules to complete the desktop experience.KDE is a well-known desktop environment for the Unix-Like systems designed for users who wants to have a nice desktop environment for their machines, It is one of the most used desktop interfaces out there.In the past few years, a lot of work has been geared towards improving KDE desktop, with the latest stable release KDE Plasma 5.6 desktop series coming with some amazing features and bringing many improvements to the original task manager, KRunner, including Wayland support which came around in Plasma 5.5 and activities as well, plus a more refined look and feel.
I hope that everything has worked fine, you can now enjoy KDE Plasma 5.6 on your desktop.
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