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[#] Wed Aug 31 2016 14:39:46 EDT from rss

Subject: Tools To Password Protect Folder In Linux

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Most of the time, having a password protected user is all you need to keep your files private and protected from prying eyes. There are those few times when you need to allow access to your account to another person, sometimes there are folders or files you would like to keep away from being accessed. Now we can password protect folder with several handy tools. In the Windows world, these tools are quite easily available for Windows but today we will look at a few options available for the Linux user.

[#] Wed Aug 31 2016 15:56:00 EDT from rss

Subject: 3 copyright tips for students and educators

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Copyright is a really complicated topic, and when it comes to online use of creative works, accidentally crossing the line between fair use and a copyright violation is easy. How do you know what is copyrighted? Recently Frederico Morando (Creative Commons, Italy) and I presented a training session on understanding copyright policies at Wikimania more

[#] Wed Aug 31 2016 16:57:00 EDT from rss

Subject: Installing BlackArch Linux on a Raspberry Pi

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Would you like to use a Raspberry Pi as a topflight security tool? Here’s how to install BlackArch Linux on a Pi to get you on your way.

[#] Wed Aug 31 2016 18:13:15 EDT from rss

Subject: New ransomware threat deletes files from Linux web servers

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A destructive ransomware program deletes files from web servers and asks administrators for money to return them, though it's not clear if attackers can actually deliver on this promise.

[#] Wed Aug 31 2016 19:14:15 EDT from rss

Subject: Remembering Vernon Adams

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VernonLWN reports on the sad death of Vernon Adams, designer of the Oxygen font and author of the invaluable how to use Font Forge guide.VDG Artist Thomas Pfeiffer writes:The name Vernon Adams might not ring any bells for you, but if you have used Plasma in the recent past, you know at least one of his works: The Oxygen font, which was Plasma's default user interface font for a long time.Vernon did excellent work on the font, and we'd still be using it as our default today if a tragic car accident had not rendered him unable to continue his work (sadly nobody else took it up, either). Sadly, Vernon has now passed away.Vernon Adams will always be remembered by the Free Software community for his tireless work for freedom in font design, and we hope he will inspire countless font designers to come.?

[#] Wed Aug 31 2016 20:30:31 EDT from rss

Subject: 100+ self-hosted alternatives to popular services

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Most of us use online services like Gmail, Dropbox, Skype, Evernote etc. on a daily basis without having control over the service. However, now it’s easier than ever to find a self-hosted alternative to your favorite online service and have complete control over it. In this article, we will share a huge list of self-hosted alternatives to popular online services.

[#] Wed Aug 31 2016 21:31:32 EDT from rss

Subject: Red Hat Takes Aim at VMware With RHV

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Although VMware and Red Hat might have seemed to be best buddies at last week's LinuxCon, this week it's become obvious that Red Hat is locked and loaded and has VMware in its sites.

[#] Wed Aug 31 2016 22:47:45 EDT from rss

Subject: Life imitates satire: Facebook touts zlib killer just like /Silicon Valley/'s Pied Piper

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New compression library and MySQL fork open-sourcedFacebook engineers today emitted a bunch of open-source compression and database tools during its @Scale conference.…

[#] Wed Aug 31 2016 23:48:45 EDT from rss

Subject: GhostBSD 10.3 "Enoch" Officially Released with ZFS and UEFI Support, More

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The GhostBSD project was pleased to announce the general availability of the final release of their GhostBSD 10.3 "Enoch" operating system based on the latest FreeBSD technologies.

[#] Thu Sep 01 2016 01:07:02 EDT from rss

Subject: Linux Foundation Restructuring CII Security Effort for Scale

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The CTO of the Linux Foundation discusses how the governance structure for the Core Infrastructure Initiative is changing to promote better security.

[#] Thu Sep 01 2016 02:08:02 EDT from rss

Subject: Keeping Fedora beautiful: contribute your wallpaper!

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The Fedora project searches also like on previous versions, for contributions to the supplemental wallpaper package. What are supplemental wallpapers? Supplemental wallpapers are the non-default wallpapers provided with Fedora. Fedora ships GNOME’s supplemental wallpapers by default.

[#] Thu Sep 01 2016 03:24:53 EDT from rss

Subject: 5 great Java performance optimization tricks

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Optimizing your Java code requires an understanding of how the different elements in Java interact, and how it interacts with the operating system that is it running on. Use these five tips and resources to start learning how to analyze and optimize your code.

[#] Thu Sep 01 2016 04:25:54 EDT from rss

Subject: openSUSE Leap 42.2 Linux Now in Beta, Final Release Expected November 16, 2016

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The openSUSE Project, through Douglas DeMaio, has proudly announced the availability of the first Beta pre-release version of the upcoming openSUSE Leap 42.2 Linux operating system.

[#] Thu Sep 01 2016 05:42:09 EDT from rss

Subject: Crash test dummy? Love the excitement of breaking an OS? Fedora 25 Alpha has landed

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It's supposed to end in tears. Then you can file a bug reportIf you're a chronic complainer and nit-picker with a spare machine and a willingness to suffer multiple crashes, weird screen artefacts and possible data loss: Fedora 25's alpha has landed ahead of its anticipated November 2016 release.…

[#] Thu Sep 01 2016 06:43:11 EDT from rss

Subject: Stupid Patent Of The Month: Elsevier Patents Online Peer Review

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On August 30, 2016, the Patent Office issued U.S. Patent No. 9,430,468, titled; "Online peer review and method." The owner of this patent is none other than Elsevier, the giant academic publisher. When it first applied for the patent, Elsevier sought very broad claims that could have covered a wide range of online peer review. Fortunately, by the time the patent actually issued, its claims had been narrowed significantly. So, as a practical matter, the patent will be difficult to enforce. But we still think the patent is stupid, invalid, and an indictment of the system.

[#] Thu Sep 01 2016 07:59:24 EDT from rss

Subject: Next-gen DTV platform runs Android on quad-core Cortex-A53

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The “Poplar Board,” based on HiSilicon’s quad-core Hi3798C V200 SoC, is the first SBC to implement Linaro’s “96Boards Enterprise Edition TV Platform” spec. The “under $100” Poplar Board is aimed primarily at Internet connected TV set-top box (STB) developers, but it also targets hobbyists and the open-source community, according to HiSilicon’s announcement. The SBC, which […]

[#] Thu Sep 01 2016 09:00:23 EDT from rss

Subject: Pick suitable Desktop Environment for your Arch Linux system

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As we know By default Arch Linux ISO doesn't comes with graphical user interface and we need to install it manually which is suitable for us.

[#] Thu Sep 01 2016 10:16:38 EDT from rss

Subject: More Than 40% Of Attacks Abuse SSL Encryption

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... companies need to start thinking about using technologies that can inspect SSL packets and quarantine the bad or malicious packets.

[#] Thu Sep 01 2016 11:17:38 EDT from rss

Subject: Building a classroom around interactive code

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As a child of the '80s, my schoolboy memories are infused with learning how to program on tiny, limited computers such as the Sinclair ZX Spectrum, Commodore 64, and BBC Micro. I even had a pocket-size PC-6 from Tandy with a single-line more

[#] Thu Sep 01 2016 12:33:54 EDT from rss

Subject: BT accuses Valve of infringing four patents covering basic online tech

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BT is taking legal action in the US against games company Valve for allegedly infringing on four of the UK telecoms giant's patents.A BT spokesperson told Ars: "BT can confirm that it has commenced legal proceedings against Valve Corporation by filing a claim with the US District Court of Delaware for patent infringement. The patents in question relate to online computer or video gaming platforms, digital distribution services, and personalised access to online services and content."

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