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[#] Sun May 28 2017 03:06:38 EDT from rss

Subject: Tiny, open-spec quad -A53 SBC offers GbE and wireless for $30

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FriendlyElec’s “NanoPi M2A” SBC combines the quad -A53 Samsung SoC of the NanoPi M2 with the more advanced footprint, layout, and features of the NanoPi M3. FriendlyElec (FriendlyARM) has released a community-backed, open source “NanoPi M2A” SBC that replaces the earlier NanoPi M2, which is now out of stock. The remarkably small (64 x 60mm) […]

[#] Sun May 28 2017 05:11:19 EDT from rss

Subject: That Nasty Samba Vulnerability Is Now Patched in All Supported Ubuntu Releases

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You might have read the news this morning about a wormable code-execution bug discovered in the Samba free software re-implementation of the SMB/CIFS networking protocol, which existed in Samba for more than 7 years.

[#] Sun May 28 2017 07:01:06 EDT from rss

Subject: Feren OS Could Be the Best-Looking Desktop on the Market

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Imagine taking Linux Mint, placing the Cinnamon desktop on it and then theming it to not only to serve as a perfect drop-in replacement for Windows 7 but to be one of the most beautiful Linux desktops you’ve seen in a long while. That’s what Feren OS has managed -- and has done so with aplomb.

[#] Sun May 28 2017 08:52:17 EDT from rss

Subject: Void Linux - the Strangely Overlooked Distribution

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Ahh, Void Linux. You may or may not have heard of it. If you have, more than likely it was by word of mouth, so to speak, from internet comments on a forum, YouTube video or in passing on Reddit. But this little distro rarely gets any press or recognition otherwise. Perhaps it's time that changes, as Void Linux is an interesting distro in its own right and a good alternative to something like Arch Linux. It also has a no-systemd approach.

[#] Sun May 28 2017 10:43:10 EDT from rss

Subject: Creating Virtual Machines in KVM: Part 2 - Networking

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When last we met, we learned the basics of creating new virtual machines in Creating Virtual Machines in KVM: Part 1. Now we're going to learn how to control Internet access for our virtual machines, network VMs with each other, and create new virtual networks.

[#] Sun May 28 2017 12:55:14 EDT from rss

Subject: 'It's easier than Linux, so what's the problem?'

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Sysadmin pilot fish is working for a big defense contractor, and when it comes to Unix and Linux, he's got decades of experience.

[#] Sun May 28 2017 14:31:39 EDT from rss

Subject: SUSE Linux Enterprise Server (SLES) 12 SP2 Installation Guide with Screenshots

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SUSE Linux Enterprise Server (SLES) 12 SP2 Installation Guide with Screenshots

[#] Sun May 28 2017 16:39:41 EDT from rss

Subject: Windows is now built on Git, but Microsoft has found some bottlenecks

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300 GB repo handles 8,421 pulls and 1,760 official builds a day, more once GVFS fix is inMicrosoft has adopted Git to manage the vast collection of code that is Windows' source, and has shared performance issues it's had to fix along the way.…

[#] Sun May 28 2017 19:00:33 EDT from rss

Subject: Peppermint 8 Linux OS Released, It's Based on Ubuntu 16.04.2 LTS with Linux 4.8

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Mark Greaves of the Peppermint development team was proud to announce today the release and immediate availability of the Peppermint 8 GNU/Linux distribution.

[#] Sun May 28 2017 21:21:12 EDT from rss

Subject: How To Configure SAMBA Server And Transfer Files Between Linux & Windows

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If you are reading this article it means you have a network at home or office with Windows and Linux hosts or have created a virtual network using VirtualBox and need to send files between a Linux host to Windows. File transfer between Linux and Windows can be done using SAMBA which is an open source software suite that provides seamless file and print services to SMB/CIFS clients, allowing interoperability between Unix/Linux based system and Windows-based system.

[#] Sun May 28 2017 23:39:30 EDT from rss

Subject: BlankOn 10 Tambora : Based on Debian and Use DE Based On GNOME 3.20 Called Manokwari

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BlankOn 10 tambora is the latest release of Linux Blankon. This release Blankon 10 ships with the latest desktop environment based-on GNOME 3.20 called MANOKWARI, based on Debian and powered Linux Kernel 4.6, introduce BlankOn Installer with brand new UI design and include new icon pack “Tebu Icon” designed by BlankOn Artwork Team

[#] Mon May 29 2017 01:59:57 EDT from rss

Subject: How To Reset Root Password In CentOS 7

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?One of the most important things for Linux users is to know what to do if the root password is lost. Many times we create a strong password for our computer, but sometimes we forget it. This trouble is mostly for servers, and CentOS is a Linux distro focused on servers, so in this article, we're going to learn how to reset password in CentOS Linux.

[#] Mon May 29 2017 04:23:25 EDT from rss

Subject: Scribus 1.5.3 free desktop publishing application released!

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The Scribus Team is very pleased to announce the release of the development version Scribus 1.5.3, which is another major step onto the next fully-featured version 1.6.0. In terms of stability, 1.5.3 features a completely rewritten text layout engine, which supports complex scripts like Arabic, Hindi or Thai, as well as providing access to advanced OpenType features, such as ligatures and alternate glyphs.

[#] Mon May 29 2017 06:43:30 EDT from rss

Subject: Raspberry Pi foundation merges with CoderDojo Foundation

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Two coding-for-kids orgs already overlapped, now plan joint accelerationThe Raspberry Pi Foundation and the CoderDojo Foundation have merged in order to combine forces and accelerate both organisation's mission to teach kids how to code.…

[#] Mon May 29 2017 09:19:45 EDT from rss

Subject: 11 reasons to use the GNOME 3 desktop environment for Linux

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Late last year, an upgrade to Fedora 25 caused issues with the new version of KDE Plasma that made it difficult for me to get any work done. So I decided to try other Linux desktop environments for two reasons. First, I needed to get my work done. Second, having been using KDE exclusively for many years, I thought it might be time to try some different more

[#] Mon May 29 2017 11:30:02 EDT from rss

Subject: Presentations in a browser

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If you've ever given a slide presentation at a conference, you know the drill. Tell the audio-visual people what session your talk is in, then hand them a USB stick with your PowerPoint on it. The presentation has to be in Microsoft PowerPoint because the one and only laptop plugged into the data projector runs Windows and PowerPoint. No LibreOffice Impress, no other presentation software, sorry. Of course, if you do your presenting from your own computer, there are a couple of dozen free and proprietary alternatives to PowerPoint. But you already have a presentation application on your computer! And I mean almost any computer, including the laptop used at that conference. It's called a browser.

[#] Mon May 29 2017 13:51:49 EDT from rss

Subject: Linux Mint Sandboxing Guide

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Firejail is an easy to use sandbox that reduces the risk of security breaches by restricting the running environment of untrusted applications using seccomp-bpf and Linux namespaces. From the beginning the team realized the contradiction between security and comfort, and made ease of use one of the main project goals.

[#] Mon May 29 2017 15:27:11 EDT from rss

Subject: How To Run Tomcat Server At Startup On Ubuntu Server

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Every developer knows that for running any web applications it needs a web server. One of the most famous web servers for J2EE is Apache Tomcat. Tomcat runs applications created in JSP, JSF, Javascript and available languages. To start the web server you need to run a shell file called and if you need to restart your server you need to go to the folder and run the same command again. What if you could run a script for this command to start tomcat every time your system starts? In this article, we will show you how to run apache tomcat server in Ubuntu on startup, but first, let me tell you more about Tomcat.

[#] Mon May 29 2017 17:00:42 EDT from rss

Subject: Linux comm command tutorial for beginners (5 examples)

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The comm command in Linux lets users compare two sorted files line by line. In this tutorial, we will discuss this command line tool using easy to understand examples. The following examples should give you a nice idea about how the 'comm' tool works.

[#] Mon May 29 2017 18:24:11 EDT from rss

Subject: 5 Myths About Linux That Scares Away New Users

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The world relies on Linux to power its technologies but that's not the case with desktop Linux. When it comes to the desktop version, there are actually some famous myths about Linux and if one believes them, he/she will be very reluctant to use Linux. This article debunks those myths.

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