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[#] Fri Sep 30 2016 17:08:47 EDT from rss

Subject: Why Good Linux Sysadmins Use Markdown

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The life of a Linux system administrator is complex and varied, and you know that documenting your work is a big time-saver. A documentation web server shared by you and your colleagues is a wonderful productivity tool. Most of us know simple HTML, and can whack up a web page as easily as writing plain text. But using Markdown is better.

[#] Fri Sep 30 2016 18:55:32 EDT from rss

Subject: Top 5: 10 tips for IoT home automation, Configuration management tools, and more

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In this week's Top 5, we highlight tips for home-IoT projects, a deep dive into configuration management, tips for getting started with Wordpress development, a successful middle school Linux program, and a brief introduction to animation with CSS and JavaScript.Top 5 articles of the week5. Web animation using CSS and JavaScriptread more

[#] Fri Sep 30 2016 20:42:17 EDT from rss

Subject: ownCloud Desktop Client 2.2.4 Released with Updated Dolphin Plugin, Bug Fixes

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ownCloud is still alive and kicking, and they've recently released a new maintenance update of the ownCloud Desktop Client, version 2.2.4, bringing some much-needed improvements and patching various annoying issues.

[#] Fri Sep 30 2016 22:29:02 EDT from rss

Subject: Cloudera, Hortonworks, and Uber to Keynote at Apache Big Data and ApacheCon Europe

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Leading open source technologists from Cloudera, Hortonworks, Uber, Red Hat, and more are set to speak at Apache: Big Data and ApacheCon Europe, taking place Nov. 14-18 in Seville, Spain. The Linux Foundation today announced keynote speakers and sessions for the co-located events.

[#] Sat Oct 01 2016 00:15:49 EDT from rss

Subject: SUSECON 2016: Where Technology Reigns Supreme

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SUSECON has become a flagship conference in the industry for many of the same reasons I love fall: crisp, refreshing content that invigorates your brain and gets you thinking about new possibilities. SUSE customers, partners and general open-source enthusiasts learn about new open-source solutions from both SUSE and upstream projects.

[#] Sat Oct 01 2016 02:03:34 EDT from rss

Subject: This Week in Open Source News: Hyperledger Plays Key Role in IBM Revenue, Open Source Industry Standards Debate, & More

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This week in open source and Linux news, IBM's CEO explains the importance of blockchain at SWIFT's Sibos conference, and more! Get up to speed with this handy, weekly digest.

[#] Sat Oct 01 2016 03:51:19 EDT from rss

Subject: ORWL - First Open Source And Physically Secure PC, Runs Linux And Windows

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ORWL is the first open source, physically secure computer. Using a secure microcontroller (MCU) and an 'active clamshell mesh', the device makes sure that nobody breaks the security of the system. Its maker, Design Shift, has also launched a crowdfunding campaign on Crowd Supply.

[#] Sat Oct 01 2016 05:53:20 EDT from rss

Subject: Cinnamon 3.2 in Linux Mint 18.1 Supports Vertical Panels, Better Accelerometers

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After informing the community a few days ago about the upcoming improvements and new features shipping with the XApps software projects in Linux Mint 18.1, Clement Lefebvre just published the monthly Linux Mint newsletter.

[#] Sat Oct 01 2016 07:40:04 EDT from rss

Subject: A $5 Linux server, open source software in China, and more news

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In this week's edition of our open source news roundup, we take a look at a $5 Linux server, China's adoption of open source software, Plasma 5.8, and more.Open source news roundup for September 18-October 1, 2016read more

[#] Sat Oct 01 2016 09:26:50 EDT from rss

Subject: Asterisk 14 Improves Open-Source VoIP

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Latest major release of Asterisk includes new features designed to make it easier to get up and running quickly

[#] Sat Oct 01 2016 11:13:34 EDT from rss

Subject: OpenShift Commons Gathering event preview

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We're just two months out from the OpenShift Commons Gathering coming up on November 7, 2016 in Seattle, Washington, co-located with KubeCon and more

[#] Sat Oct 01 2016 13:00:19 EDT from rss

Subject: Hackable 96Boards carriers host Intel Joule and Curie IoT modules

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Gumstix announced two 96Boards form-factor carrier boards, based on Intel’s Joule and Curie modules, that can be customized with its Geppetto design tool. At Linaro Connect Las Vegas 2016, where earlier this week Linaro’s announced a new 96Boards IoT Edition (IE) spec, Gumstix announced support for’s open SBC standards with two new customizable […]

[#] Sat Oct 01 2016 14:47:04 EDT from rss

Subject: Canonical Brings Kubernetes to Ubuntu

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Canonical has worked with Google to bring its own version of the open source container tool, Kubernetes, to its Linux distribution.

[#] Sat Oct 01 2016 16:33:49 EDT from rss

Subject: Choose the best Desktop’s for FreeBSD

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As we know, By default the FreeBSD ISO doesn’t comes with graphical user interface and we need to install manually which is suitable for us.

[#] Sat Oct 01 2016 18:20:35 EDT from rss

Subject: 96Boards SBCs host Intel Joule and Curie IoT modules

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Gumstix announced two SBCs this week, based on Intel Joule and Curie IoT modules and built to 96Boards CE and IE form-factor specifications, respectively. At Linaro Connect Las Vegas 2016, where earlier this week Linaro’s announced a new 96Boards IoT Edition (IE) spec, Gumstix announced support for’s open SBC standards with two new […]

[#] Sat Oct 01 2016 20:22:34 EDT from rss

Subject: Linux Journal October 2016

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Out with the New, and in with the Newer!There was a show a few years back called, "Extreme Makeover: HomeEdition".The premise of the show was to find families who needed their house

[#] Sat Oct 01 2016 22:09:19 EDT from rss

Subject: Changing the way we design for the web

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Open-minded folks from tech, business, education, and many other fields will convene to hear about the fantastic things happening in the open world, from software to hardware and beyond.

[#] Sun Oct 02 2016 00:11:19 EDT from rss

Subject: When Is A Chair Just A Chair? And Other Annoying Copyright Questions

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Last year, the UK decided to repeal a part of its copyright law that enforced a drastically reduced copyright term for "industrially exploited artistic works" including "works of artistic craftsmanship" — in other words, the industrial design of manufactured objects that are primarily functional, like appliances and furniture. Rather than the full life-plus-seventy term, the copyright on such works was limited to 25 years from the date of manufacturing...... In any case, the rule was repealed and it was repealed retroactively:

[#] Sun Oct 02 2016 02:28:35 EDT from rss

Subject: Mintbox Mini Pro: A Cheap Linux Machine With Compelling Specs

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The Mintbox Mini has been received a major hardware upgrade and it is now called Mintbox Mini Pro. The Linux machine comes at a price of $395 and features an all-metal casing which eliminates the need for a cooling fan. Significant bumps having been given to the storage, RAM, processor, wireless, and other hardware components.

[#] Sun Oct 02 2016 04:45:51 EDT from rss

Subject: Bug Bounty Hunters Can Earn $1.5 Million For A Successful Jailbreak Of iOS 10

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American information security company Zerodium is currently offering payouts of up to $1.5 million for original and unreported vulnerabilities with fully functional exploits on major operating systems, software and/or devices. With this figure, exploits on iOS 10 can be the most profitable of payouts. - See more at:

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