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[#] Tue Mar 14 2017 22:19:50 EDT from rss to aspberry Pi

Subject: A Look at MINIBIAN: A Minimalist Image for Raspberry Pi

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My way of celebrating Pi Day (March 14th = 3.14) was to take a look at an awesome little image for the Raspberry Pi called Minibian. A new edition of Minibian was released on 12 March 2017, updating the image with support for the latest RPi 3B and other improvements. Minibian is based on and fully compatible with the official Raspbian “Jesse” software. This article is a review and set up guide for Minibian, a minimalist linux image for the Raspberry Pi.

http://piboards.com/2017/03/14/a-look-at-minibian-a-minimalist-image-for-raspberry-pi/

[#] Tue Mar 14 2017 23:36:05 EDT from rss

Subject: Solving Monitoring in the Cloud With Prometheus

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Hundreds of companies are now using the open source Prometheus monitoring solution in production, across industries ranging from telecommunications and cloud providers to video streaming and databases.

https://www.linux.com/blog/event/cloud-native-europe/2017/3/solving-monitoring-cloud-prometheus

[#] Wed Mar 15 2017 00:37:05 EDT from rss

Subject: Intel Media SDK eases smart camera development on Apollo Lake

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The Intel Media SDK for Embedded Linux opens up the video codecs found on Apollo Lake SoCs for Yocto Project based smart camera applications. Intel has released a free Intel Media SDK for Embedded Linux that offers easier access to the video codecs in its 14nm Apollo Lake SoCs. The kit, which is already available for Windows, has now been ported to Yocto Project Linux.

http://linuxgizmos.com/intel-media-sdk-eases-smart-camera-development-on-apollo-lake/

[#] Wed Mar 15 2017 01:53:20 EDT from rss

Subject: Parrot Security OS 3.5 Improves Linux Security Tools Distribution

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Parrot Security OS provides a wide array of tools that fit into different categories, including information gathering, vulnerability analysis, database assessment, exploitation tools, password attacks, wireless testing, digital forensics, reverse engineering and reporting tools.

http://www.eweek.com/security/slideshows/parrot-security-os-3.5-improves-linux-security-tools-distribution.html

[#] Wed Mar 15 2017 02:54:20 EDT from rss

Subject: Google deploys flamethrower on Android ad-fraud apps

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Google has dumped a class of applications that employed a fraud botnet on its Android Play Store - the apps tapped malware that tried to game Google’s advertising network.

http://go.theregister.com/feed/www.theregister.co.uk/2017/03/14/google_purges_android_of_adfraud_apps/

[#] Wed Mar 15 2017 04:12:04 EDT from rss

Subject: Tiny, open spec quad -A53 SBC sells for $15

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FriendlyElec’s 40 x 40mm, Ubuntu Core ready “NanoPi Neo2” updates the Neo with a 64-bit Allwinner H5 and a GbE port.FriendlyElec (FriendlyARM) has added to its line of tiny, open spec NanoPi Neo SBCs with a Neo2 model that advances to an ARMv8 architecture.

http://linuxgizmos.com/tiny-open-spec-quad-a53-sbc-sells-for-15/

[#] Wed Mar 15 2017 05:13:04 EDT from rss

Subject: What is Privacy? Why is it even important for us?

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Privacy is not something that me or you going to read in some social media or any type of website's Privacy Policies and then, Yah, I understood all, they are not taking any single coin from my pocket! Done! It's more sensible and much deeper thinkable point than we can even imagine. One should understand what is privacy and what data is on risk.

http://www.techphylum.com/2017/03/what-is-privacy-why-is-it-even-important.html

[#] Wed Mar 15 2017 06:29:19 EDT from rss

Subject: A $6 Linux computer that plays Doom: Could this tiny Chinese clone challenge the Raspberry Pi Zero?

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Another day, another would-be Raspberry Pi challenger, this time the tiny LicheePi Zero, which sells for as little as $6.

http://www.techrepublic.com/article/a-6-linux-computer-that-plays-doom-could-this-tiny-chinese-clone-challenge-the-raspberry-pi-zero/

[#] Wed Mar 15 2017 07:30:18 EDT from rss

Subject: Happy IDEs of March: Which code editor do you prefer?

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Welcome to the Ides of March, or as we'd like to call it, the IDEs of March. To celebrate, we're asking our readers to let us know which code editing tool they prefer, whether a full-fledged integrated development environment or a simple text editor. Fortunately, there are tons of open source options out there for you to choose from. Which one is your favorite?read more

https://opensource.com/poll/17/3/which-ide-do-you-prefer

[#] Wed Mar 15 2017 08:46:34 EDT from rss

Subject: Practical Guide: Linux scp example

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You know that, scp command allows us to copy files across the hosts. In this post you will find scp example by which you can copy files or directories across the hosts.

http://linuxroutes.com/practical-guide-linux-scp-example/

[#] Wed Mar 15 2017 09:47:34 EDT from rss

Subject: Microsoft Continues to Hoard Patents -- Even Buying Patents -- While Using Them Against GNU/Linux

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Basic scrutiny of Microsoft's patent activity and its latest moves serves to reinforce the prior analysis, which says Microsoft uses patents to force OEMs to 'bundle in' Microsoft 'apps' (typically spyware that sends user data to Microsoft) and pressure companies to host GNU/Linux virtual machines only in Azure, for perceived "peace of mind" (they call it "Azure IP Advantage") in a climate of patent aggression which Microsoft contributes to by sending patents to large patent trolls

http://techrights.org/2017/03/15/still-using-patents-to-coerce/

[#] Wed Mar 15 2017 10:48:37 EDT from rss

Subject: How to check if package is installed on Linux

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Learn to check if package is installed on Linux server or not. Verify package availability on server along with its installed date

http://kerneltalks.com/tools/check-package-installed-linux/

[#] Wed Mar 15 2017 11:49:34 EDT from rss

Subject: Robotics savvy BeagleBone Blue SBC turns on the servos

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BeagleBoard.org’s $80 “BeagleBone Blue” robotics SBC runs Debian on an Octavo SiP, and adds motion control and battery friendly power to the BB Black. BeagleBoard.org first showed off a prototype of its robotics-targeted, community backed BeagleBone Blue back in Jan. 2016. The BeagleBone Black spin-off was designed and developed in coordination with the UCSD Coordinated […]

http://linuxgizmos.com/robotics-savvy-beaglebone-blue-turns-on-the-servos/

[#] Wed Mar 15 2017 12:51:35 EDT from rss

Subject: 7 Reasons to Use Debian (and 3 Reasons Not To)

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In twenty-four years, Debian has gone from one of half a dozen leading distributions to the premier representative of Linux. Its derivatives Linux Mint and Ubuntu are the most popular distributions today, and new security and server distributions are likely to be based on Debian itself.

http://www.datamation.com/open-source/7-reasons-to-use-debian-and-3-reasons-not-to.html

[#] Wed Mar 15 2017 13:52:35 EDT from rss

Subject: Battery Monitor

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Battery Monitor is a simple utility tool developed on Python3, that notifies user about Charging, Discharging, Not Charging, and Low Battery State.

http://www.2daygeek.com/monitor-laptop-battery-linux/

[#] Wed Mar 15 2017 14:53:35 EDT from rss

Subject: Record a Screencast with the EasyScreenCast extension

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Fedora Workstation — thanks to the GNOME Desktop — has a simple built-in function to take a screencast. However, if you require more control over how you take your screencasts, use the EasyScreenCast GNOME extension. This awesome extension has many... Continue Reading →

https://fedoramagazine.org/screencast-gnome-extension/

[#] Wed Mar 15 2017 16:09:50 EDT from rss

Subject: Debugging memory allocation issues using glibc only - tracing

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Although many useful memory debuggers exist, sometimes it may not be feasible to use them. This tutorial shows how to debug memory allocation issues with the glibc only.

https://cristos.vipserv.org/2014/11/memory-allocation-debugging-with-glibc-tracing/

[#] Wed Mar 15 2017 17:10:50 EDT from rss

Subject: GRUB Boot from ISO

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Last year I worked on a project to add an OEM-style rescue partition to acomputer. Where most OEM installs have a custom program that just rewritesan install image over the top of the partition, in this case, everythingwas based on open-source software.

http://www.linuxjournal.com/content/grub-boot-iso

[#] Wed Mar 15 2017 18:11:50 EDT from rss

Subject: Chakra 2017.03 Goedel is released

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Chakra team has announced the latest release Chakra 2017.03 codenamed as Goedel.So this Codename is a tribute to the mathematician and philosopher Kurt Goedel.Check out more....

http://www.techphylum.com/2017/03/chakra-201703-goedel-is-released.html

[#] Wed Mar 15 2017 19:12:50 EDT from rss

Subject: How to add Alexa to your Raspberry Pi 3 gizmo

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At Embedded Linux Conference 2017, Mike Anderson explained how to add Amazon Echo’s Alexa voice agent to the Raspberry Pi 3. One of the leading items on embedded developers’ to-do lists these days is to add Amazon’s Alexa voice agent to a hacker board or another Linux device. Of course, you could simply buy an […]

http://linuxgizmos.com/how-to-add-alexa-to-your-raspberry-pi-3-gizmo/

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