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[#] Thu Mar 16 2017 16:14:26 EDT from rss

Subject: A lesson in accountability from my Uber driver

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The first thing I noticed was how nice Kyle's car was. It wasn't too fancy (a late model Toyota Camry) but inside it was spotless. We were sitting in leather seats. On the back of the passenger seat, Kyle had mounted a tablet customers could use to watch TV if they wanted (not that I was particularly interested in television during this 4:30 a.m. ride to the airport).read more

[#] Thu Mar 16 2017 17:17:28 EDT from rss

Subject: How To Install Latest NVIDIA Drivers In Linux

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Do you have a Nvidia graphics card on your desktop? That's great until you are in need of the latest drivers especially when you are a gamer. Unlike Windows, Nvidia drivers for Linux desktops are quite hard to come by, and installing the latest drivers on your Linux desktop can be quite an arduous process. Fortunately for Linux users, there are the third party graphics drivers PPA which keeps an updated Nvidia driver for installation. The PPA is currently in testing but you can nonetheless get working Nvidia drivers from here.

[#] Thu Mar 16 2017 18:18:28 EDT from rss

Subject: Build a Real VPN with OpenVPN

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Learn how to build a proper virtual private network with OpenVPN in this tutorial.

[#] Thu Mar 16 2017 19:19:28 EDT from rss

Subject: Python tricks for artists: How to add interactivity to any Python script

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Catch up on the series, Python tricks for artists:read more

[#] Thu Mar 16 2017 20:20:28 EDT from rss

Subject: Preseeding Full Disk Encryption

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Usually I try to write articles that are not aimed at a particulardistribution. Although I may give examples assuming a Debian-baseddistribution, whenever possible, I try to make my instructions applicable toeveryone. This is not going to be one of those articles.

[#] Thu Mar 16 2017 21:21:28 EDT from rss

Subject: NetBSD adds RPi Zero support with 7.1 release

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And you can now use Google Compute Engine storage as a disk, you lucky peopleRaspberry Pi Zero users have another operating system to choose from, with the release of NetBSD 7.1.…

[#] Thu Mar 16 2017 22:22:28 EDT from rss

Subject: An introduction to GRUB2 configuration for your Linux machine

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When researching my article from last month, An introduction to the Linux boot and startup process, I became interested in learning more about GRUB2. This article provides a quick introduction to configuring GRUB2, which I will mostly refer to as GRUB for more

[#] Thu Mar 16 2017 23:23:28 EDT from rss

Subject: Ubuntu snaps expand to Orange Pi SBCs and a QorIQ SoC

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Shenzhen Xunlong is launching an Ubuntu snap app store for its Orange Pi SBCs. Canonical also ported its snap-based Ubuntu Core distro to NXP’s LS1043A SoC. Shenzhen Xunlong Software Co. Ltd has achieved considerable success with its Raspberry Pi compatible, open-spec Orange Pi SBCs.

[#] Fri Mar 17 2017 00:39:43 EDT from rss

Subject: Fedora 26 Alpha Delayed by a Week Due to Late Blockers, Could Launch on March 28

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Red Hat's Jan Kurik announced today, March 16, 2017, that the upcoming Alpha release of the Fedora 26 Linux operating system has been delayed by one week due to late blockers.

[#] Fri Mar 17 2017 01:55:58 EDT from rss

Subject: Daimler joins Linuxs Open Invention Network patent-protection group

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When you think of Linux and open-source companies, the automobile industry is not the first business to spring to mind. But maybe it should be. Daimler, Mercedes-Benz's parent company, has joined the Open Invention Network (OIN), the Linux and open-source non-aggression patent consortium.

[#] Fri Mar 17 2017 03:12:38 EDT from rss

Subject: How to Maintain Open Source Compliance After Code Changes

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The previous article in this series covered how to establish a baseline for open source software compliance by finding exactly which open source software is already in use and under which licenses it is available. But how do you make sure that future revisions of the same product (or other products built using the initial baseline) stay compliant once the baseline is established?

[#] Fri Mar 17 2017 04:28:52 EDT from rss

Subject: LibreOffice 5.3 Office Suite Gets First Point Release with 100 Improvements

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Softpedia was informed today by The Document Foundation about the general availability of the first point release to the LibreOffice 5.3 open-source office suite for all supported platforms, including GNU/Linux, macOS, and Windows.

[#] Fri Mar 17 2017 05:45:08 EDT from rss

Subject: A more in-depth tutorial on debugging with GDB

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A GNU Debugger, originally created by Richard Stallman in 1986, is a standard debugger for the GNU operating system and an essential tool for software developers. Being a portable application, it is widely used on many Unix-like operating systems as well. This article is a more in-depth tutorial on how to debug using GDB

[#] Fri Mar 17 2017 07:01:23 EDT from rss

Subject: Canonical extends Ubuntu 12.04 support for paying customers

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Ubuntu 12.04 was the first long-term support (LTS) version of Ubuntu. Like all Ubuntu LTS releases -- Ubuntu 14.04 and Ubuntu 16.04 are the others -- it had five years of support. However, people don't replace server operating systems as often as they do, say, socks or smartphones, so Canonical found they had enough 12.04 legacy users to justify offering "important security fixes for the kernel and the most essential user space packages".

[#] Fri Mar 17 2017 08:17:39 EDT from rss

Subject: How to build an IoT project with Mongoose OS

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IoT (Internet of Things) is about connecting physical objects ("things") to the Internet. Technically, this is done by attaching a computer to a "thing." A computer is attached in a way that it can read data from the thing and report to the Internet, and also it can receive commands and control the thing's state. Usually, the COMPUTER is directly wired to the THING, and the COMPUTER <=> INTERNET connection could be either wired (e.g., Ethernet), or wireless (e.g., Bluetooth, Wi-Fi).What could the computer be?read more

[#] Fri Mar 17 2017 09:18:41 EDT from rss

Subject: No, Evil Hackers Aren

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Humankind has outgrown the need to have monsters hiding under our beds. Now we let them hide in our phones, computers and microwave ovens.

[#] Fri Mar 17 2017 10:34:53 EDT from rss

Subject: How to Change Linux I/O Scheduler

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Linux I/O Scheduler is a process of accessing the block I/O from storage volumes. I/O scheduling is sometimes called disk scheduling. Lets learn about changing the IO scheduler

[#] Fri Mar 17 2017 11:51:08 EDT from rss

Subject: How buying a 3D printer can save you money

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If you're looking for free and open source designs to replicate on your desktop 3D printer, you have about two million more

[#] Fri Mar 17 2017 13:08:24 EDT from rss

Subject: Growing Young FOSS Programmers With Help of Scratch and Al Sweigart

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If your young child is showing an interest in learning computers, an introduction to Scratch and these instructional videos by Al Sweigart might be in order.

[#] Fri Mar 17 2017 14:24:39 EDT from rss

Subject: Turtl A Privacy Focused Evernote Note Taking Alternative

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Turtl is primarily a note-taking app like Evernote and Google Keep with a high focus on privacy and security. According to their site, “It's a private place to keep your notes, research, passwords, bookmarks, dream logs, photos, documents and anything else you want to keep safe”.

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