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[#] Sun Mar 05 2017 23:00:43 EST from rss

Subject: This Week in Open Source, CNCF Announces 6th Managed Project, Changes in OSS Accelerate SDN & More

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This week in open source news, CNCF adds gRPC to list of existing projects, making it the sixth, and other stories.

[#] Mon Mar 06 2017 00:47:28 EST from rss

Subject: Red Hat Virtualization (RHV) environment on IBM Power Systems

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This article describes how to install and configure RHV components based on RHEL 7.3 LE, on an IBM POWER8 host.

[#] Mon Mar 06 2017 02:50:28 EST from rss

Subject: What's new in the Skype for Linux beta

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The alpha had enabled you to make video calls to other Linux and Chromebook Skype users, but that was it. This new version let me call cell phones and landline phones with no trouble. The video calls were more troublesome.

[#] Mon Mar 06 2017 04:43:50 EST from rss

Subject: Top 20 Most Popular Programming Languages in 2017

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TIOBE has been maintaining a popularity index of programming languages since 2001, monitoring multiple channels and job boards for the latest trends in the programming industry. Here is the list of the most popular programming languages in 2017 based on research data as of February 2017:

[#] Mon Mar 06 2017 06:30:40 EST from rss

Subject: Wireshark 2.2.5 Is Out as the World

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While Wireshark manages to keep its title as the world’s most popular network protocol analyzer, the development team always tries to improve the application by fixing major security issues and enhancing the protocol support.

[#] Mon Mar 06 2017 08:33:37 EST from rss

Subject: Litebook launches $249 Linux laptop

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Like a Chromebook for Linux users on a budget, the notebook includes a full HD 14.1-inch display and 512GB of storage, and comes in three color choices.

[#] Mon Mar 06 2017 09:34:37 EST from rss

Subject: IBM Expands Quantum Computing Efforts

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IBM is opening up its publicly accessible Quantum Computing effort further, with new APIs and an SDK that enables users to make use of the cloud and the python programming language to access a five qubit system.

[#] Mon Mar 06 2017 10:51:53 EST from rss

Subject: Top 4 JavaScipt code editors

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JavaScript is everywhere, and its ubiquitous presence on the web is undeniable. Every app uses it in one form or another. And any developer who is serious about the web should learn JavaScript. If you already know it, be sure to continue learning new frameworks, libraries, and tools, because JavaScript is a living, evolving more

[#] Mon Mar 06 2017 11:52:53 EST from rss to aspberry Pi

Subject: Flash ROMs with a Raspberry Pi

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I previously wrote a series of articles about my experience flashinga ThinkPad X60 laptop with Libreboot. After that, the Libreboot projectexpanded its hardware support to include the ThinkPad X200 series,so I decided to upgrade. The main challenge with switching over to theX200 was that unlike the X60, you can't perform the initial Librebootflash with software.

[#] Mon Mar 06 2017 13:09:08 EST from rss

Subject: CoreFreq

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CoreFreq is a CPU monitoring software, especially designed for the 64-bits Processors.

[#] Mon Mar 06 2017 14:10:08 EST from rss

Subject: Using proprietary services to develop open source software

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It is now pretty well accepted that open source is a superior way of producing software. Almost everyone is doing open source these days. In particular, the ability for users to look under the hood and make changes results in tools that are better adapted to their workflows. It reduces the cost and risk of finding yourself locked in with a vendor in an unbalanced relationship. It contributes to a virtuous circle of continuous improvement, blurring the lines between consumers and producers. It enables everyone to remix and invent new things. It adds up to the common human more

[#] Mon Mar 06 2017 15:56:53 EST from rss

Subject: MontaVista updates CGX Linux distro for 5G and IoT

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MontaVista has upgraded its Yocto Project based Carrier Grade eXpress embedded Linux distro to add 5G, IoT, and NFV technology. Cavium-owned MontaVista Software has advanced its Carrier Grade eXpress (CGX) Linux development platform to version 2.2 with features aimed at 5G, NFV, and IoT.

[#] Mon Mar 06 2017 17:13:08 EST from rss

Subject: The Companies That Support Linux and Open Source: VMware

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VMware is a global leader in cloud infrastructure and business mobility and has been active in open source development for many years.

[#] Mon Mar 06 2017 18:14:07 EST from rss

Subject: Understanding 7z command switches - part I

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7z is no doubt a feature-rich and powerful archiver (claimed to offer the highest compression ratio). Here at HowtoForge, we have already discussed how you can install and use it. But the discussion was limited to basic features that you can access using the 'function letters' the tool provides.

[#] Mon Mar 06 2017 19:30:23 EST from rss

Subject: CRUX-Based Kwort 4.3.2 Linux OS Is Out with GTK3 Support, Improved Look and Feel

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David Cortarello from the Kwort project, a GNU/Linux distribution that's fast, lightweight, modern, and based on CRUX Linux, announced the availability of the second point release to the Kwort 4.3 stable series.

[#] Mon Mar 06 2017 20:31:23 EST from rss

Subject: Get the most out of GNOME notifications

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For many users, GNOME 3, also known as Gnome Shell, is the definitive desktop interface. It[he]#8217[/he]s clean and simple, without too many twinkles or distractions. That said, this article describes some tricks to change the GNOME notifications experience.

[#] Mon Mar 06 2017 21:47:38 EST from rss

Subject: Low-cost COM/baseboard combo taps power-sipping -A5 SoC

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MYIR’s SODIMM-style, 200-pin MYC-JA5D2X module has the same 67.6 x 45mm dimensions as its MYC-JA5D4X computer-on-module, and similarly runs Linux on an Cortex-A5 based Atmel SAMA5 SoC. Instead of tapping the SAMA5D42 or SAMA5D44, however, the MYC-JA5D2X moves to the newer, more power efficient SAMA5D2.

[#] Mon Mar 06 2017 23:03:53 EST from rss

Subject: Improved container support, PTG recap, and more OpenStack news

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Are you interested in keeping track of what is happening in the open source cloud? is your source for news in OpenStack, the open source cloud infrastructure project. From news sites to developer blogs, there's a lot being written about OpenStack every week. Here are a few highlights.

[#] Tue Mar 07 2017 00:20:08 EST from rss

Subject: Litebook Launches Cheap, Chromebook-Like Linux Laptop Powered by elementary OS

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Litebook, a small hardware manufacturer that we never heard of, has recently released a new Linux-powered laptop that's cheap, slim, fast, elegant, light, and designed to rival Chromebooks.

[#] Tue Mar 07 2017 02:15:21 EST from rss

Subject: 3.5-inch Skylake SBC offers 4x SATA, 4x PCIe, and 5x USB 3.0

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ADL’s Linux-friendly, 3.5-inch “ADLQ170HDS” SBC offers Intel’s 6th Gen Core CPUs with extended temp support and plenty of of SATA 3, PCIe, and USB 3.0. ADL Embedded Solutions announced a 3.5-inch “ADLQ170HDS” SBC, joining other ADL 3.5-inch entries such as the Intel Atom E3800-based ADLE3800HD. This time Intel’s 6th Gen “Skylake-U” Core CPUs are on […]

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