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[#] Tue Oct 18 2016 14:12:02 EDT from rss

Subject: How to write an effective bug report that actually gets resolved (and why everyone should)

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I want you to take a moment and make a mental note of all the software you use on your computer or phone. Which percentage of the software did you pay for? 50%? 20%? 0%?

[#] Tue Oct 18 2016 15:28:17 EDT from rss

Subject: Critical flaws found in open-source encryption software VeraCrypt

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Many flaws were located and fixed in VeraCrypt's bootloader for computers and OSes that use the new UEFI (Unified Extensible Firmware Interface) -- the modern BIOS. TrueCrypt, which serves as the base for VeraCrypt, never had support for UEFI, forcing users to disable UEFI boot if they wanted to encrypt the system partition.

[#] Tue Oct 18 2016 16:44:32 EDT from rss

Subject: Build Your Own Raspberry Pi Camera

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During the past few years, my BirdCam setup has evolved significantly. As Imention in theUpFront section of this issue, I hope to get the streamtransferred to a YouTube Live stream at some point, so I can watch thefeathery show on my television. And although watching the birds is the endgoal, I'm constantly on a mission to improve the quality and flexibilityof my setup.

[#] Tue Oct 18 2016 18:00:48 EDT from rss

Subject: Understanding and Securing Linux Namespaces

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Richard Guy Briggs, a kernel security engineer and Senior Software Engineer at Red Hat, talked about the current state of Kernel Audit and Linux Namespaces at the Linux Security Summit. He also shared problems plaguing containers and what might be done to address them soon. His insights are borne of deep experience. Briggs was an early adopter of Linux back in 1992, and has written UNIX and Linux device drivers for telecom, video and network applications and embedded devices.

[#] Tue Oct 18 2016 19:17:02 EDT from rss

Subject: Top 37 things to do after installing Ubuntu 16.10 (Yakkety Yak) to make as user friendly

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The below bunch of apps & tweaks will make your Desktop much easier and more user friendly for day to day operation.

[#] Tue Oct 18 2016 20:18:02 EDT from rss

Subject: Fedora 25 Linux OS to Officially Offer Support for Raspberry Pi 2 and 3 Devices

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Just a few moments ago, Fedora Project proudly announced that support for Raspberry Pi 2 and Raspberry Pi 3 single-board computers is finally coming to the Fedora Linux operating system.

[#] Tue Oct 18 2016 21:34:17 EDT from rss

Subject: i.MX6-based Mini-ITX SBC does triple displays

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Advantech launched one of the first ARM Mini-ITX SBCs. The RSB-6410 runs Linux or Android on an i.MX6, and has mini-PCIe, SATA, M.2, and triple displays. Advantech calls the RSB-6410 the world’s first RISC-based Mini-ITX motherboard. Considering that all ARM Cortex-A SoCs are RISC SoCs, there have actually been a few others, but it’s still […]

[#] Tue Oct 18 2016 22:50:32 EDT from rss

Subject: Ubuntu 16.10: Yakkety Yak... Unity 8's not wack

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Best part of update is taste of much-promised GNOME beautyCanonical's Ubuntu 16.10, codenamed "Yakkety Yak", is nowhere near as chunky an update as 16.04 LTS was earlier this year. But that doesn't mean there's nothing new. In fact, the firm's second release of the year has quite a few fresh features to hold users over until the bright and shiny future of Unity 8 and Mir arrive some time next year.…

[#] Wed Oct 19 2016 00:06:48 EDT from rss

Subject: Ubuntu 16.10 targets hybrid cloud deployments, supports Unity 8 development

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With Ubuntu 16.10, Canonical focuses on hybrid cloud deployments, Unity 8 development and high-performance networking. The organization hopes to draw users away from Red Hat and SUSE.

[#] Wed Oct 19 2016 01:23:02 EDT from rss

Subject: Raspberry Pi (2 and 3) support in Fedora 25 Beta!

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So support for the Raspberry Pi in Fedora has been a long time coming and yes, it’s FINALLY here with support landing just in time for Beta!

[#] Wed Oct 19 2016 02:39:17 EDT from rss

Subject: First openSUSE Leap 42.2 Release Candidate Adds KDE Plasma 5.8.1, GNOME Updates

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Just a few minutes ago, openSUSE Project, through Douglas DeMaio, proudly announced the availability of the first Release Candidate (RC) version of the upcoming openSUSE Leap 42.2 operating system.

[#] Wed Oct 19 2016 03:55:32 EDT from rss

Subject: Twenty and counting: KDE marks another milestone

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Twenty years ago, a German software developer named Matthias Ettrich kicked off a project to provide Linux users with all the desktop functionality that Windows users had at the time.

[#] Wed Oct 19 2016 05:11:48 EDT from rss

Subject: Using feedback loops for greater work satisfaction

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In August I wrote about using feedback loops in your personal life to get unstuck from unproductive habits. This month I'll talk about some new helpful feedback loops for your workplace. I'm going to make this easy for you: Here are my top three, and they're always good ones to start with.Meet with your boss and/or mentor on a regular basisBased on the conversations I've had with many people in software engineering, I feel like there may be a collective groan coming at more

[#] Wed Oct 19 2016 06:12:49 EDT from rss

Subject: Moving from Shared to VPS Hosting – Everything You Need to Know

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Most people start out with shared hosting. Every shared hosting plan has a control panel with it. The most popular and widely-used shared hosting control panels are cPanel and DirectAdmin.

[#] Wed Oct 19 2016 07:29:02 EDT from rss

Subject: COM Express Type 6 and Type 7 modules feature security chip

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Kontron’s Linux-ready Intel 6th Gen Type 6 and a 5th Gen Type 7 COM Express modules integrate its new Security Solution Approtect technology. In August, when Kontron announced its COMe-cSL6 COM Express Compact Type 6 module based on 6th Gen Intel Core “Skylake” CPUs, we don’t recall seeing any mention of a security chip. Yet, […]

[#] Wed Oct 19 2016 08:45:17 EDT from rss

Subject: Who killed Cyanogen?

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Well, it's hanging on in there, but why didn't it conquer the world?Analysis Does European Commissioner for Competition Margrethe Vestager's team pay close attention to the tech news? If not, perhaps they should.…

[#] Wed Oct 19 2016 10:01:32 EDT from rss

Subject: How to Install Atom in Fedora

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A text editor is an important tool for developers, since they spend a lot of time using one. This article is about Atom, a cool modern editor. Atom is a free and open source text editor developed in 2015 by Github. Its developer... Continue Reading →

[#] Wed Oct 19 2016 11:17:47 EDT from rss

Subject: How to use IP (replacement for ifconfig) Command on Linux

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ifconfig command has been replaced by IP command which is very powerful and performing several network administration tasks with one command.

[#] Wed Oct 19 2016 12:34:02 EDT from rss

Subject: LinuxAndUbuntu Review Of Unity 8 Preview In Ubuntu 16.10

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Ubuntu 16.10 Yakkety Yak has just been released with quite a few number of new stuff and a first preview of Unity 8 desktop environment. Unity could be installed in Ubuntu 16.04 but it comes with 16.10 pre-installed. Unity 8 has been in development since 2013 and anyone who has seen or used Ubuntu phone will quickly notice the similarities and some major differences.

[#] Wed Oct 19 2016 13:50:17 EDT from rss

Subject: How Apache Kafka is powering a real-time data revolution

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Two years ago, Neha Narkhede co-founded a company called Confluent to build on her team's work with Apache Kafka. In this interview, we talk about how lots of companies are deploying Kafka and how that has led to a very busy GitHub repo.Narkhede will keynote at All Things Open in Raleigh, NC next more

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