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[#] Thu Mar 09 2017 01:12:56 EST from rss

Subject: Open Source adoption in Education Sector: Interview with Patrick Masson from OSI

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With the perceived growth of FLOSS deployments in the world's education sector, we wanted to try to confirm our intuition. What better way of doing so than going directly to the source. In this instance, we reached out to Patrick Masson, Director and General Manager at Open Source Initiative (OSI). He was kind enough to put a lot of time and effort into answering questions in this area. He provides plenty of reasons to confirm our initial thoughts. Please enjoy reading through the immense amount of information Patrick provided to us.

[#] Thu Mar 09 2017 02:29:13 EST from rss

Subject: Android gets patches for critical OpenSSL, media server and kernel driver flaws

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A five-month-old flaw in Android's SSL cryptographic libraries is among the 35 critical vulnerabilities Google fixed in its March security patches for the mobile OS.

[#] Thu Mar 09 2017 03:32:26 EST from rss

Subject: Why Using Open Source Software Helps Companies Stay Flexible and Innovate

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Open source software offers more flexibility because it’s vendor neutral, there are no contractual limits on deployment, the source code allows customization, and open source communities support development and maintenance.

[#] Thu Mar 09 2017 04:48:41 EST from rss

Subject: Industrial thin Mini-ITX runs on 7th Gen Intel CPUs

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Congatec’s “Conga-IC175” is a Linux-friendly thin Mini-ITX board with Kaby Lake CPUs, wide-range power, Intel Optane support, and PCIe and M.2 expansion. Congatec’s Conga-IC175 thin Mini-ITX board is almost identical to last year’s Conga-IC170 except that it offers 7th Gen “Kaby Lake” Intel Core processors instead of 6th Gen Skylake CPUs. Similarly, Advantech is overhauling […]

[#] Thu Mar 09 2017 05:49:41 EST from rss

Subject: Working for a mission, not a boss

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I had a brilliant opportunity to interview Suresh V. Shankar, founder of Crayon, at Slush Singapore 2016. At the conference, he spoke about his experience—and the difficulties he faced—as an entrepreneur. He also talked about how he overcame them.Suresh sold his previous company, RedPill Solutions, to IBM in 2009. However, his entrepreneurial journey did not end there. He went on to start a new company, Crayon, with the goal of simplifying big more

[#] Thu Mar 09 2017 07:05:56 EST from rss

Subject: VirtualBox 5.1.16 Released with Initial Linux Kernel 4.11 Support, Bug Fixes

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Oracle released a few moments ago new point releases of the VirtualBox 5.1 and 5.0 stable branches of the popular and open-source virtualization software for GNU/Linux, macOS, and Microsoft Windows operating systems.

[#] Thu Mar 09 2017 08:07:56 EST from rss

Subject: Shaping the Culture of Open Source Companies

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With all of the discussion about source code contributions in open source, sometimes we don’t spend enough time talking about the culture. In her keynote at LinuxCon Europe, Stormy Peters points out that when we say the word "culture," we sometimes think only about diversity or hiring more women, but culture means more than that. Culture is about how we work, how we think, and how we interact with each other.

[#] Thu Mar 09 2017 09:24:12 EST from rss

Subject: Parrot Security OS 3.5 is released

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Parrot Security, the Debian-based distribution just got new release Parrot 3.5 available to download.The Parrot team proudly announced the release of this new release after a call for Beta-testers and final fixes(must be made) based on it. Just a few days back the team has come up with an announcement of a release date as 8th march and here they are.

[#] Thu Mar 09 2017 10:25:12 EST from rss

Subject: The impact GitHub is having on your software career

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Over the next 12 to 24 months (in other words, between 2018 and 2019), how people hire software developers will change radically.I spent from 2004 to 2014 working at Red Hat, the world's largest open source software engineering company. On my very first day there, in July 2004, my boss Marty Messer said to me, "All the work you do here will be in the open. In the future, you won't have a CV—people will just Google you."read more

[#] Thu Mar 09 2017 11:41:27 EST from rss

Subject: Aptik

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Aptik is a tool, that backup and restore system settings and data in Ubuntu-based distribution.

[#] Thu Mar 09 2017 12:42:27 EST from rss

Subject: How to install Wireshark network analyzer on Fedora

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Wireshark is popular tool for network protocol analysis used by education institutions and in the industry. It offers both terminal and graphical user interfaces and both are available on Fedora. You can use it either for real-time network analysis or... Continue Reading →

[#] Thu Mar 09 2017 13:58:42 EST from rss

Subject: How to Redirect HTTP Traffic to HTTPS in Nginx and Apache

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In this tutorial, we will show you how to redirect HTTP traffic to HTTPS in Nginx and Apache. You should always use HTTPS instead of HTTP to protect your website, even if it doesn’t handle sensitive communications.

[#] Thu Mar 09 2017 14:59:42 EST from rss

Subject: Open source: Free as in beer, puppy... or mattress?

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When open source first started to become mainstream in the 90s, there was a good deal of debate about what 'free software' meant.

[#] Thu Mar 09 2017 16:15:56 EST from rss

Subject: 8 reasons to use LXDE

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Late last year, an upgrade to Fedora 25 brought issues with the new version of KDE Plasma that were so bad it was difficult to get any work done. I decided to try other Linux desktop environments for two reasons. First, I needed to get my work done. Second, having used KDE exclusively for many years, I thought it was time to try some different more

[#] Thu Mar 09 2017 17:16:57 EST from rss

Subject: Firefox 52 kills plugins - except Flash - and runs up a red flag for HTTP

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New browser also crumbs cookies and finds new ways to speed web appsThe Mozilla Foundation has has given the world the fifty-second version of the Firefox browser, complete with some significant changes.…

[#] Thu Mar 09 2017 18:33:16 EST from rss

Subject: Hackers exploit Apache Struts vulnerability to compromise corporate web servers

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Attackers are widely exploiting a recently patched vulnerability in Apache Struts, open-source web development framework for Java web applications, that allows them to remotely execute malicious code on web servers.

[#] Thu Mar 09 2017 19:34:12 EST from rss

Subject: Why I launched a consulting agency on open principles

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For the vast majority of my career in the corporate world, I felt trapped in an environment that didn't work for me. The rules of that world seemed to contradict my core values—and I wasn't willing to compromise my integrity and core self for someone else to make a more

[#] Thu Mar 09 2017 20:37:15 EST from rss

Subject: How to Format Storage Devices in Linux

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This tutorial shows how to use "parted" to format a USB flash drive. The procedure can be used on any storage device, external or internal.

[#] Thu Mar 09 2017 21:56:32 EST from rss

Subject: How to make money from open source software

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What steps you need to take – and what mistakes you need to avoid – if you want to launch an open source software startup.

[#] Thu Mar 09 2017 22:58:33 EST from rss

Subject: Appeals court throws out six Intellectual Ventures

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After staying quiescent for years, IV opened up a barrage of lawsuits to enforce its patents in 2010. But the companies that decided to stand up to IV rather than buckle under have been faring well, as judges have found the patents that IV has chosen to enforce in court less than impressive.

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