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[#] Tue Sep 06 2016 13:03:38 EDT from rss

Subject: SwagArch 16.09.1 Alpha 4 Screenshot Tour

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Security fix: after installation the "su" command requires a password. New Logos and Wallpapers. openssh was removed from the package list.SwagArch GNU/Linux is a distribution based on Arch Linux. It provides the Calamares system installer and features the Xfce desktop environment.

http://www.linuxscreenshots.org/?release=SwagArch%2016.09.1%20Alpha%204


[#] Tue Sep 06 2016 14:04:38 EDT from rss

Subject: How to Install Django 1.10 on Ubuntu 16.04

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Django is a web application framework written in python that follows the MVC (Model-View-Controller) architecture, it is available for free and released under an open source license. In this tutorial, we will install Django 1.10 on a Ubuntu 16.04 server. Django can be installed on a server in many ways, in this tutorial, I will show you to install it with pip, virtualenv and directly from the Django GIT sources. Finally, I will show you the first steps to start a new project with the Django web framework.

https://www.howtoforge.com/tutorial/how-to-install-django-on-ubuntu/


[#] Tue Sep 06 2016 15:05:39 EDT from rss

Subject: NordVPN for Android

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The prospect of privacy protection and occulting your smartphone's IPaddress with a VPN are sufficient selling points, but the ability to watchyour Spanish-dubbed Turkish telenovellas while on the beach in Tahiti shouldseal the deal for real.

http://www.linuxjournal.com/content/nordvpn-android


[#] Tue Sep 06 2016 16:21:54 EDT from rss

Subject: New tech event, Abstractions is forward-thinking

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The folks at Code & Supply put on a fantastic inaugural event in Pittsburgh this year. They sold 1500 tickets, their maximum, a few weeks before the event took place in downtown Pittsburgh at the Westin Conference Center. Pittsburgh is a walkable city with beautiful soaring art-deco buildings and approachable eateries. Residents of other riparian cities will feel right at home with it's sporadic grids and pleasant, but not overwhelming, humidity. read more

https://opensource.com/life/16/9/abstractions-new-biennial-event-pittsburgh


[#] Tue Sep 06 2016 17:22:53 EDT from rss

Subject: feren OS 2016.2 Screenshot Tour

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I'm now proud to announce the immediate availability of feren OS 2016.2, the best feren OS version yet, with many new modifications to make feren OS much, much better than before, new and the latest and greatest of Linux Applications, bug fixes everywhere, a new Linux Mint 18 base, and many, many cool new changes from 2016.1. feren OS is a desktop distribution based on Linux Mint.

http://www.linuxscreenshots.org/?release=feren%20OS%202016.2


[#] Tue Sep 06 2016 18:23:54 EDT from rss

Subject: How to migrate from ownCloud to Nextcloud

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Nextcloud is a fork of ownCloud which is quickly gaining in popularity and many ownCloud users are migrating from ownCloud to Nextcloud.

https://www.rosehosting.com/blog/owncloud-to-nextcloud/


[#] Tue Sep 06 2016 19:24:53 EDT from rss

Subject: Giving proper credit to designers in 3D printing

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Have you ever wondered who designs the colorful 3D printed demonstration objects commonly found in social media posts, online videos, hackerspaces, advertisements, websites, and trade show booths? If yes, then you have unknowingly recognized a major problem in the 3D printing community. Many of those objects are shared under Creative Commons licenses that require attribution be given to the designer, but there are no established standards on how or where credit should be given.read more

https://opensource.com/life/16/9/attribution-designers-3D-printing


[#] Tue Sep 06 2016 20:25:53 EDT from rss

Subject: Debian Releases Major Linux Kernel Security Update to Fix the Infamous TCP Flaw

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Debian Project released recently a new update to the kernel packages of its current stable distribution, namely Debian GNU/Linux 8.5 "Jessie", patching four security flaws discovered by various hackers and researchers.

http://news.softpedia.com/news/debian-releases-major-linux-kernel-security-update-to-fix-the-infamous-tcp-flaw-508018.shtml


[#] Tue Sep 06 2016 21:26:53 EDT from rss

Subject: Debian GNU/Linux Fixes Dangerous TCP Flaw In New Update

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Last month, computer scientists discovered a serious flaw in Linux kernel that allows hackers to hijack your internet connection and terminate the communication between two machines. This flaw also affects about 80% Android smartphones. Now, Debian GNU/Linux has released a series of fixes that address this issue by increasing the "rate limit for TCP Collect ACKs."

http://fossbytes.com/debian-gnulinux-fixes-dangerous-tcp-flaw-in-new-update/


[#] Tue Sep 06 2016 22:43:08 EDT from rss

Subject: Advanced Search and Replace with the Kate Text Editor

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The powerhouse Kate text editor has advanced search-and-replace, including support for escape sequences and regular expressions, so you can make complex corrections without leaving your document.

https://www.linux.com/learn/advanced-search-and-replace-kate-text-editor


[#] Tue Sep 06 2016 23:59:24 EDT from rss

Subject: The Best Linux Review

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Linux notes from DarkDuck blog publishes reviews for different Linux operating systems. Which review is the best? That was a question of the poll that was announced a month ago. Just to remind you, here's the list of competitors.

http://linuxblog.darkduck.com/2016/09/the-best-linux-review.html


[#] Wed Sep 07 2016 01:15:38 EDT from rss

Subject: 2016 LiFT Scholarship Winner Luis Camacho Caballero: Preserving Amazon Languages with Linux

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Luis Camacho Caballero is working on a project to preserve endangered South American languages by porting them to computational systems through automatic speech recognition using Linux-based systems.

https://www.linux.com/blog/2016-lift-scholarship-winner-luis-camacho-caballero-preserving-amazon-languages-linux


[#] Wed Sep 07 2016 02:31:53 EDT from rss

Subject: SteamOS 2.91 Beta Updates Linux Kernel to Improve ath10k Wireless Support

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Valve released a new Beta version of the next stable branch of its SteamOS gaming distribution based on Debian GNU/Linux, SteamOS 2.91, which was pushed to the brewmaster_beta channel on August 31, 2016.

http://news.softpedia.com/news/steamos-2-91-beta-updates-linux-kernel-to-improve-ath10k-wireless-support-508019.shtml


[#] Wed Sep 07 2016 03:36:43 EDT from rss

Subject: Tiny $7 IoT module packs WiFi, BLE, and sensors, runs FreeRTOS

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SeeedStudio’s “ESP3212” COM taps Espressif’s IoT-focused ESP32 follow-on to the ESP8266 SoC, which uses a faster Tensilica LX6 MCU and adds BLE and sensors. Espressif’s highly integrated and highly anticipated ESP32 follow-on to its popular ESP8266 wireless system-on-chip is now shipping. It’s available as part of a tiny SeedStudio ESP3212 computer-on-module, as well on Espressif’s […]

http://hackerboards.com/tiny-7-iot-module-packs-wifi-ble-and-sensors-runs-freertos/


[#] Wed Sep 07 2016 04:52:58 EDT from rss

Subject: OpenOffice is dead. Long live LibreOffice

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Yes, OpenOffice is dying. So what. It's successor, LibreOffice, is doing better than ever.

http://www.zdnet.com/article/openoffice-is-dead-long-live-libreoffice/#ftag=RSSbaffb68


[#] Wed Sep 07 2016 06:09:17 EDT from rss

Subject: KDE Neon Linux Developer Edition to Use Wayland by Default for KDE Plasma 5.8

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The revolution has started, and it looks like the next-generation display server, Wayland, is here to stay, being adopted by more and more GNU/Linux distributions every month.

http://news.softpedia.com/news/kde-neon-linux-developer-edition-now-uses-wayland-by-default-for-kde-plasma-5-8-508025.shtml


[#] Wed Sep 07 2016 07:25:29 EDT from rss

Subject: Student's open source project takes him around the world

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I discovered open source software while I was a student at the University of Lomé in Togo in 2004. From that very first day, I was in love with the philosophy and knew this would be a big part of my life.read more

https://opensource.com/life/16/9/africa-worldwide


[#] Wed Sep 07 2016 08:41:43 EDT from rss

Subject: OpenStack Summit in Barcelona will be Last Design Summit

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New plan will see an evolution of the model that makes OpenStack unique

http://www.internetnews.com/blog/skerner/openstack-summit-in-barcelona-will-be-last-design-summit.html


[#] Wed Sep 07 2016 09:57:59 EDT from rss

Subject: LEGO Mindstorms programming with ev3dev

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I was introduced to LEGO Mindstorms eighteen months ago while applying for a STEM grant at a local library. LEGO Mindstorms are kits to create customizable, programmable robots.read more

https://opensource.com/life/16/9/ev3dev-lego-mindstorms-programming


[#] Wed Sep 07 2016 11:14:13 EDT from rss

Subject: Nylas N1 - A Premium Email Client For Linux

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One of the things that are quite essential in life is reliable email, and as such one needs to get a fast, stable, feature-rich email client that is both easy to use and intuitive in functionality, Nylas N1.

http://www.linuxandubuntu.com/home/nylas-n1-a-premium-email-client-for-linux


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