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[#] Wed Jun 19 2019 22:52:47 EDT from rss

Subject: Leading in the Python community

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Like many other leaders in the open source software world, Naomi Ceder, board chair of the Python Software Foundation (PSF), took a non-traditional path into the Python world. As the title of her 2017 keynote at PyCon España explains, she came for the language and stayed for the community.

[#] Thu Jun 20 2019 00:30:25 EDT from rss

Subject: 11 Free and Open Source Video Editors for Linux

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Here is a comprehensive list of top free and open source video editors available on Linux, Windows and macOS along with their main features.

[#] Thu Jun 20 2019 02:06:56 EDT from rss

Subject: Tech Giants Join Linux Foundation's Connected-Cities Efforts

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The recently announced Urban Computing Foundation might be a sleeper that will have a big positive impact on data center operators.

[#] Thu Jun 20 2019 02:54:46 EDT from rss

Subject: Microsoft Attempting to Destroy the Careers of Its Critics, Including Free Software Proponents

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Microsoft isn't changing and has not changed; the tactics described above are still being used, even by its "Open Source" (or "Open at Microsoft") people, who did this to me

[#] Thu Jun 20 2019 03:58:51 EDT from rss

Subject: Raspberry Pi pHAT detects indoor pollution, and optionally, outdoors too

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Pimoroni’s $57 “Enviro+” pHAT for the Raspberry Pi can detect indoor air quality, temperature, pressure, humidity, light, and noise. You can hook up an optional “PMS5003 Particulate Matter Sensor” for detecting outdoor pollution. In 2016, Pimoroni launched a $20 Enviro pHAT board for the Raspberry Pi. The name was a bit misleading, however, since its […]

[#] Thu Jun 20 2019 04:46:57 EDT from rss

Subject: Docker Is Porting Its Container Platform to Microsoft Windows Subsystem for Linux 2, Ubuntu 19.10 Will Drop 32-Bit Builds, Children of Morta Still Coming to Linux and Vulnerabilities Discovered in the

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[#] Thu Jun 20 2019 05:51:39 EDT from rss

Subject: KDE Plasma 5.16 Desktop Environment Gets First Point Release, Update Now

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The KDE Project released today the first maintenance update to the recently released KDE Plasma 5.16 desktop environment for Linux-based operating systems.

[#] Thu Jun 20 2019 06:56:42 EDT from rss

Subject: Study the Elements with KDE's Kalzium

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I've written about a number of chemistry packages in the past and all of the computational chemistry that you can do in a Linux environment. But, what is fundamental to chemistry? Why, the elements, of course. So in this article, I focus on how you can learn more about the elements that make up everything around you with Kalzium. KDE's Kalzium is kind of like a periodic table on steroids. Not only does it have information on each of the elements, it also has extra functionality to do other types of calculations.

[#] Thu Jun 20 2019 08:01:47 EDT from rss

Subject: How to install Jenkins on CentOS and connect it to GitHub

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In this article, we will learn how to install Jenkins and configure it with Github for sending files to the server using SSH.

[#] Thu Jun 20 2019 09:06:49 EDT from rss

Subject: Control Raspberry Pi & IOT Devices From Cloud Using Cloud4RPi

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Raspberry Pi is one of the best inventions of our times. We can use this low-cost device to make something really cool and useful. In this article, I will show you how you can control your Raspberry Pi and send instructions to the devices connected to your RPi from anywhere in the world.

[#] Thu Jun 20 2019 10:10:54 EDT from rss

Subject: Getting started with OpenSSL: Cryptography basics

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This article is the first of two on cryptography basics using OpenSSL, a production-grade library and toolkit popular on Linux and other systems. (To install the most recent version of OpenSSL, see here.) OpenSSL utilities are available at the command line, and programs can call functions from the OpenSSL libraries. The sample program for this article is in C, the source language for the OpenSSL more

[#] Thu Jun 20 2019 10:59:47 EDT from rss

Subject: Ubuntu says i386 to be 86'd with Eoan 19.10 release: Ageing 32-bit x86 support will be ex-86

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Think we're at RISC of overdoing the Intel punsUbuntu is set to drop support for the i386 processor architecture beginning with its next release.…

[#] Thu Jun 20 2019 12:04:49 EDT from rss

Subject: The Linux df Command - Checking Disk Space Utilization

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Learn all the options available to the Linux df Command. One of the most used commands in the GNU Core Utilities.

[#] Thu Jun 20 2019 13:08:51 EDT from rss

Subject: Get the latest Ansible 2.8 in Fedora

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Ansible is one of the most popular automation engines in the world. It lets you automate virtually anything, from setup of a local system to huge groups of platforms and apps. It’s cross platform, so you can use it with all sorts of operating systems. Read on for more information on how to get the […]

[#] Thu Jun 20 2019 14:13:54 EDT from rss

Subject: How to install Sublime Text 3 Code Editor on Ubuntu

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In this article, we will show you how to install the latest version of Sublime Text (Sublime Text 3) on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS. You can use the same procedure for installing earlier versions too.

[#] Thu Jun 20 2019 15:18:57 EDT from rss

Subject: Free Command in Linux

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The free command provides information about the total amount of physical and swap memory as well as the free and used memory and swap space in the system.

[#] Thu Jun 20 2019 16:07:43 EDT from rss

Subject: Codethink open sources part of onboarding process

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Here at Codethink, we’ve recently focused our energy into enhancing the onboarding process we use for all new starters at the company. As we grow steadily in size, it’s important that we have a well-defined approach to both welcoming new employees into the company, and introducing them to the organization’s more

[#] Thu Jun 20 2019 17:11:46 EDT from rss

Subject: Time-of-Flight camera is powered by Jetson TX2

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Lucid Vision Labs unveiled a MIPI-CSI2 equipped “Helios Embedded” version of its new Helios Time of Flight 3D camera that combines a Jetson TX2 with a Sony DepthSense IMX556PLR ToF sensor with under-5mm accuracy at 0.3 to 1.5 meters. Time-of-Flight (ToF) technology spans a range of infrared laser scanners from 3D imaging and navigation systems […]

[#] Thu Jun 20 2019 18:32:07 EDT from rss

Subject: buntu 18.04

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Elgg is an open-source social networking platform where users are able to build all kinds of social environments, such as a campus-wide social network for your university, school, or college, or an internal collaborative platform for your organization. It offers many additional features such as blogging, microblogging, networking, groups and much more. In this tutorial, we will show you how to install Elgg on an Ubuntu 18.04 VPS with the Nginx web server.

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