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[#] Wed May 31 2017 21:19:27 EDT from rss

Subject: Secure your SSH using two-step authentication on CentOS 7

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Running your own Linux server could be very challenging, especially if you want to keep the security of the server on a high level and to protect the personal data as much as possible. During the initial server setup, you may have generated an RSA key pair to connect to the server without using passwords, which is one of the recommended methods to improve the overall security. However, in certain cases this may not be enough, so implementing two-factor authentication should be your next step.

[#] Wed May 31 2017 22:22:49 EDT from rss

Subject: How To Track Successful And Failed Login Attempts In Linux

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aureport is a tool that produces summary reports of the audit system logs.

[#] Wed May 31 2017 23:39:08 EDT from rss

Subject: 4 new guides and tutorials for OpenStack

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OpenStack continues to be one of the most in-demand skills in the tech industry; if you’ve got solid OpenStack experience, you’ll almost certainly be able to find employment with it. But how do you gain those skills, and once you’ve gained them, how do you keep them current?Fortunately, you’ve got plenty of more

[#] Thu Jun 01 2017 00:55:30 EDT from rss

Subject: At the feet of the Great Monad, or, How the functional programming craze plays out

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Dost thou know the Seven Immutable Laws of FP?Stob "Today, object-oriented programming (OOP) rules the IT industry absolutely. It is impossible to dislodge. While functional programming (FP) has seen a resurgence of late, it is typically used as an adjunct to OOP." – Louis Cyphre, 'Why are functional programming languages used so rarely in practice?'…

[#] Thu Jun 01 2017 02:12:52 EDT from rss

Subject: How to Install Moodle 3.2 on CentOS 7

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In this tutorial, I will show you step by step how to install the latest stable Moodle on CentOS 7. Moodle is an open source eLearning software written in PHP. It is used for distance education, e-learning projects, and blended learning. Moodle will run under the Nginx web server, using a MariaDB database server and using PHP-FPM7.0. For the operating system, we will use CentOS 7.

[#] Thu Jun 01 2017 03:30:12 EDT from rss

Subject: Kubernetes leads container orchestration

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According to a 451 Research study, containers are taking over cloud server deployments, and Kubernetes is taking over container orchestration.

[#] Thu Jun 01 2017 04:31:35 EDT from rss

Subject: Supreme Court overturns Lexmark

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The US Supreme Court voted 7-1 to place more limits on the rights of patent-holders, striking down a decision by the nation's top patent court for the second time in two weeks.

[#] Thu Jun 01 2017 05:49:09 EDT from rss

Subject: Contributing to Open Source Projects Is Key to Igalias Business

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Igalia is an open source development company offering consultancy services for desktop, mobile, and web technologies. The company’s developers contribute code for several open source projects, including GNOME, WebKit, and the Linux kernel.

[#] Thu Jun 01 2017 07:07:24 EDT from rss

Subject: A guide to bootstrapping your open source project with GitHub

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There's much more to managing a project with git beyond just committing code and working with branches. GitHub-Driven Development is a process that will help you organize and manage the progression of a project on GitHub, although much of this could be applied to other systems, such as GitLab, as well. This concept isn't only for developers; it can be used for project managers or anyone involved in the development of a project—it could even be applied to non-code more

[#] Thu Jun 01 2017 08:26:57 EDT from rss

Subject: Microsoft Azure container team releases first open-source developer tool

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Microsoft releases Draft, an open-source tool to streamline development of applications running on Kubernetes. At CoreOS Fest in San Francisco, Calif., Microsoft's Gabe Monroy, lead project manager for containers on Microsoft Azure, announced the release of Draft, a tool to streamline development of applications running on any Kubernetes cluster.

[#] Thu Jun 01 2017 09:31:05 EDT from rss

Subject: Best Retro Gaming Emulators for Linux

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Emulators open up a world of new gaming options on Linux. These retro gaming emulators allow you to play some of your old favorites on your PC.

[#] Thu Jun 01 2017 10:49:54 EDT from rss

Subject: How we brought the internet to Standing Rock

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Last spring a group I follow on Facebook started sharing information about an oil pipeline, called the Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL), that was planned to go in the ground in North Dakota, and the Water Protectors, teenagers from the Standing Rock Sioux Reservation who were standing up to try to stop that from happening. As I watched the story unfold over the next few months, I knew that I wanted to go out there and see how the nonprofit organization I work for, Geeks Without Bounds, could more

[#] Thu Jun 01 2017 12:08:10 EDT from rss

Subject: Avoid Using Lazy, Privileged Docker Containers

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Running your container using privileged mode opens up a world of pain if your container is abused. Not only are your host's resources directly accessed with impunity by code within your container (a little like enabling the omnipotent CAP_SYS_ADMIN capability) but you're also relinquishing the cgroups resource limitations which were added to the kernel as a level of protection, too.

[#] Thu Jun 01 2017 13:11:19 EDT from rss

Subject: Oracle asks for more time to finish Java 9

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Eight weeks needed to sort out missing pieces of Jigsaw platform module systemOracle's asked for more time to sort out Java 9 in light of the community's rejection of the proposed Java Platform Module System.…

[#] Thu Jun 01 2017 14:31:39 EDT from rss

Subject: Automate remote linux commands from Windows terminal using plink.

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Unlike putty which creates interactive ssh session to Linux or UNIX server, plink takes non-interactive ssh session. Using Plink we can automate remote linux commands from windows terminal.

[#] Thu Jun 01 2017 15:49:38 EDT from rss

Subject: 7 Ways to Check Who Is Logged-In Linux System

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All the commands Show who is logged in Linux systems and what they are doing.

[#] Thu Jun 01 2017 17:07:58 EDT from rss

Subject: Setting up Sun Java Wireless Toolkit on Linux Mint

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This topic might be very strange to anyone who has no/very little knowledge of J2ME phones. But for those brave hearts who found this topic with the intention to create J2ME MIDlets, then you are at the right place! You might have configured Sun Wireless Toolkit on your Windows PC and struggled to set it up on your Linux system.

[#] Thu Jun 01 2017 18:11:01 EDT from rss

Subject: How to Upgrade Linux Kernel in Ubuntu 16.04 Server

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In this tutorial, I will show you how to upgrade the Ubuntu kernel to use the latest mainline kernel build provided by the Ubuntu kernel Team. I will be using Ubuntu 16.04.2 Xenial Xerus with default kernel version 4.4 as basis upgrade it to the 4.11.2 kernel version.

[#] Thu Jun 01 2017 19:28:28 EDT from rss

Subject: The first 5 things to do when your Linux server keels over

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Even Linux servers can go haywire some days. Here's the first steps you should take in troubleshooting and fixing them.

[#] Thu Jun 01 2017 20:46:14 EDT from rss

Subject: Choose Your Favorite Linux Hacker SBCs and Enter to Win a Free Board

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It’s once again time for our annual reader survey of open-spec, Linux- or Android-ready single board computers priced under $200.

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