switch display managers from login windowview story

http://forums.fedoraforum.org – Hi guys I spent the last couple of days trying to figure this out i have installed cinnamon as another display manager to check it out the thing is that there must be a little menu marked with the word 'session' at login where i should select which manager i want. this doesn't show unless I log in as root. how do i do to display this for my regular user? Thanks (HowTos)

Swayy Launches Into Public Beta To Curate Content For Your Social Media Audienceview story

http://techcrunch.com – While managing social media for different organizations and brands, I’ve spent hours scouring the web for relevant content to share on Twitter and Facebook. It takes a long time to find the right articles, schedule them accordingly and gauge social media reactions. (IT news)

A Memory Comparison of Light Linux Desktops – Part 2view story

http://www.linuxquestions.org – Quote: In my previous article I’ve tried to investigate the RAM memory requirements for running some of the most common light window managers and desktop environments available in the Linux world. Prompted by a number of readers, I’ve decided to include also the big, well-known memory hogs that grab most of the Linux market, i.e. (HowTos)

Racing Google To Bring Driverless Cars To The Road, Mobileye Valued At $1.5B As Investors Take $400M Stakeview story

http://techcrunch.com – In the world of self-driving cars and autonomous vehicle technology, Google gets most of the attention, but it’s far from being the only player in the field. (IT news)

Manjaro no updatesview story

http://www.linuxquestions.org – Hi! Knowing that this a is a Arch forum (Manjaro depends on Arch): After having installed Manjaro 0.86 Mate 1.6 I tried to update the system. Because Manjaro Mate comes with both BT managers (Mate and blueman) and BT does not work in many Mate editions, I deleted Mate BT manger and wanted to update. (HowTos)

Some command examples of how to use YUMview story

http://www.linuxandlife.com – Most Linux distros provide a package manager. Debian and its derivatives use apt-get, Arch Linux uses pacman and Fedora uses YUM. YUM stands for "Yellowdog Updater Modified" and just like the other package managers of the other distros, you can use YUM for installing, removing, updating packages ... In today's article, I will show you some command examples of how to use YUM. (Distributions)

GSF India, Which Aims To Be The “TechStars Of The Emerging World”, Partners With MITview story

http://techcrunch.com – GSF India, a new accelerator with hubs across several cities in India, is adding another global partnership to its roster. The incubator, which has already done deals with the U.K.’s Seedcamp and the U.S.’s 500 Startups, is linking up with MIT to bring founders and mentors from Boston back to India and to send local entrepreneurs back on an exchange. (IT news)

Schmap Takes A Deeper Dive Into Twitter Audience Data With Demographics Proview story

http://techcrunch.com – Schmap already helped advertisers and other companies understand their Twitter followers through its Know Your Followers product, but today it launched a new, upgraded service called Demographics Pro — CEO Paul Hallett described the concept as “Nielsen for Twitter.” Nielsen does its own social media analysis, and it announced a partnership with Twitter last fall, but that was focused o (IT news)

Lanyrd Monetizes By Charging Companies To Track Conference Speaker Activityview story

http://techcrunch.com – With the relative decline of Plancast and Upcoming, the Lanyrd startup has solidly stepped in to the breach, aggregating content around speakers, attendees, venues, books, video and anything to do with conferences. It’s also benefitted from the shutdown of the LinkedIn Events application. Now all it has to do is work out a business model. (IT news)

WellTok Lands $18.7M From NEA, Emergence & Others To Make Your Health Plan More Engagingview story

http://techcrunch.com – Traditionally, healthcare managers — whether they be health plans, care organizations, brokers or employers — have struggled to get their members to engage with their wellness programs and heath tools. Founded in 2009, Denver-based startup, WellTok, has been on a mission to help health plan providers boost engagement by providing a suite of Web and mobile social media-based solutions. (IT news)