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[#] Sat Jun 03 2017 04:55:06 EDT from rss

Subject: SMARC module and dev kit run Linux on dual-core Renesas SoC

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Mistral’s “RZ/G1E SMARC” module runs Yocto Linux on the 1GHz, dual -A7 Renesas RZ-G1E SoC with 4GB eMMC, Fast and Gigabit Ethernet, and an optional dev kit. Mistral’s RZ/G1E SMARC module follows iWave’s iW-RainboW-G20M-Qseven in tapping the Renesas RZ/G1 SoC, but in this case it’s the 1GHz, dual-core Cortex-A7 RZ/G1E instead of the 1.5GHz dual Cortex-A15 RZG1M and RZ/G1N.

[#] Sat Jun 03 2017 06:44:22 EDT from rss

Subject: Improving Linux Security with DevSecOps

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Ask people who run IT departments these days what keeps them up atnight, and they'll probably tell you it's security[he]mdash[/he]or the lack ofit. With the explosive growth of malicious attacks on everything from hospitalsto Fortune 500s, security[he]mdash[/he]not hardware, software and even staff[he]mdash[/he]iswhat currently makes life miserable.

[#] Sat Jun 03 2017 08:49:47 EDT from rss

Subject: Women in Tech: We Need You

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We need more female role models in tech. We need to hear your experiences, your lessons, your failures and your successes. We need to hear them because you can never be sure who you’ll influence and whose life you’ll change.

[#] Sat Jun 03 2017 10:38:22 EDT from rss

Subject: Riley Bradt: How Do You Fedora?

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We recently interviewed Riley Brandt on how he uses Fedora. This is part of a series on the Fedora Magazine. Riley Brandt uses a Mac running OS X and Adobe for work at a university in western Canada. “The job can be really amazing at times. I’ve watched a doctor perform brain surgery using a robotic arm, been in a lab used for quantum teleportation, met Olympic athletes, and taken photos from a helicopter.” However, for his personal photography work he uses Fedora and FOSS software to process and organize his photographs.

[#] Sat Jun 03 2017 12:31:19 EDT from rss

Subject: KDE Plasma 5.10 Puts Folders on Linux Desktop, Improves Search

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The open-source KDE Plasma desktop was updated to version 5.10 on May 30, providing users with a refined user interface and new capabilities. KDE has long taken a different view on how a desktop should work and look, but with the 5.10 update, Plasma now enables users to have a familiar 'folder view' of the desktop, where icons for files and folders (instead of just function widgets) can be placed. Other enhancements include improved search functionality with Krunner, that displays both local as well as web search results.

[#] Sat Jun 03 2017 14:36:43 EDT from rss

Subject: AryaLinux Focuses More on Source Than Simplicity

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I remember well the days of Linux when the desktop was a challenge to get up and running, keep running, and configure to meet your daily needs. It was a tinkerer’s dream come true but also sent many users back to a path more travelled. For those of us who stuck it out, the reward was considerable: Stability, security, and the bragging rights that we’d achieved something others had not.

[#] Sat Jun 03 2017 16:25:55 EDT from rss

Subject: EPIC board supports Kaby Lake or Skylake

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Aaeon’s “EPIC-KBS7” SBC supports 6th or 7th gen Intel Core CPUs, and offers wide-range power, 2x GBE ports, 4x USB 3.0 ports, and SATA, HDMI, and mini-PCIe. The EPIC-KBS7 is aimed at machine vision applications, among other embedded scenarios. It follows in the footsteps of Aaeon’s more feature-rich, 5th Gen “Broadwell” Core based EPIC-BDU7 and […]

[#] Sat Jun 03 2017 18:14:44 EDT from rss

Subject: DEFT Linux A Linux Distribution For Computer Forensics

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DEFT is a household name when it comes to digital forensics and intelligence activities since its first release way back in 2005. The Linux distribution DEFT is made up of a GNU/Linux and DART(Digital Advanced Response Toolkit), a suite dedicated to digital forensics and intelligence activities. DEFT is touted as a top choice among security and law enforcement agencies for the computer forensic investigations. But what makes DEFT such a capable distro? Let’s take a look.

[#] Sat Jun 03 2017 20:17:37 EDT from rss

Subject: An $89 Raspberry Pi rival

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A low-cost, pocket-sized computer will be released this year that will run Android Marshmallow...

[#] Sat Jun 03 2017 22:06:21 EDT from rss

Subject: 2018 Toyota Camry to feature Linux-based infotainment system in the US

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The next-generation Toyota Camry will be the first car, at least in the US, to feature an infotainment system based on the Automotive Grade Linux (AGL) operating system... “Adopting an open source development approach has enabled us to focus resources on developing innovative new features and bringing them to market faster.”

[#] Sat Jun 03 2017 23:55:51 EDT from rss

Subject: Whoops! Microsoft accidentally lets out a mobile-'bricking' OS update

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Do not install build 16212“A small portion” of Windows mobile users hoping the unexpected cool new update would start the month off the right way got burned yesterday. Microsoft “accidentally” released a development build of Windows 10 that can transform your phone into jelly if you try to install it.…

[#] Sun Jun 04 2017 01:58:58 EDT from rss

Subject: Your team's differentiator isn't its tech

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In 2016, I launched Open Innovation Labs, a place where people seeking to leverage the principles of openness can work with a seasoned team to build innovative software that solves their most pressing business problems. It has been an exciting and daunting undertaking. Today, Open Innovation Labs imparts knowledge and best practices that emerge from the world's most successful open source projects, and we provide a residency-style experience that immerses teams in those more

[#] Sun Jun 04 2017 03:46:47 EDT from rss

Subject: Google to give 6 months' warning for 2018 Chrome adblockalypse

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We're talking 'bout blockage, blockage... Eyeo, Eyeo away. Publishers will get a six-month headsup before Google kills intrusive advertising on Chrome, sources close to the ad giant have reportedly said.

[#] Sun Jun 04 2017 05:39:04 EDT from rss

Subject: Silver, a 90s Action RPG Lands on Steam for Linux

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You might be forgiven for maybe having not even heard of the game, as it's maybe one of the more older obscure titles, but it is also a classic for those who do remember it. For those people, including myself, it was quite a joy to see this title just recently land on Steam, bringing with it Linux support. It seems THQ Nordic have brought the game code to modern systems and at the same time, ported it to Linux and Mac.

[#] Sun Jun 04 2017 07:46:22 EDT from rss

Subject: How the Moby Project Pivots Docker's Open Source Business Model

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When Docker creator Solomon Hykes announced the Moby Project at DockerCon, he said it was very close to his heart. What makes the Moby Project so special for Hykes is that it fundamentally changes the Docker world. It changes the way Docker is being developed and consumed. It changes the relationship between Docker the company and Docker the ecosystem, which is the open source community around the project. It changes the entire business model.

[#] Sun Jun 04 2017 09:35:07 EDT from rss

Subject: Brave

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Brave is an open-source web browser based on Chromium which is available for Windows, Linux, Android, and iOS.

[#] Sun Jun 04 2017 11:52:38 EDT from rss

Subject: UberStudent - Linux For Learners And Education

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There are Linux distros for the desktop, for gaming, for privacy, for penetration testing and there are quite a few Linux distros for education. One awesome alternative to the very popular Edubuntu is UberStudent. The developers seek to provide a Linux distro that focuses on teaching and learning for secondary and higher education students. Out-of-the-box, UberStudent provides an ideal platform for Linux newbies and all computer users with a focus on the core academic skills such as reading, studying, self-management skills, research, and writing. Let’s check out how this distro really fares.

[#] Sun Jun 04 2017 14:11:07 EDT from rss

Subject: OpenELEC 8.0.4 Kodi-focused Linux distro now available for PC, Raspberry Pi, WeTek, and more

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"OpenELEC 8.0.4 release has been published. Users running OpenELEC 8.0.0 or later with auto-update enabled will be prompted on-screen to reboot and apply the update once it has been downloaded and enabled in some hours. Users running older OpenELEC releases or with auto-update disabled will need to manually update," says the OpenELEC Team.

[#] Sun Jun 04 2017 18:04:45 EDT from rss

Subject: Google doesn't underpay its female employees but it could have a different problem with women, data shows

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The US Department of Labor says that Google appears to systematically underpay women and that it has seen "compelling evidence" of "very significant discrimination against women,". But Google says it does no such thing and has the data to prove it. At first glance, it would seem that if one of them is telling the truth, the other can't be. But they could both be right, according to analysis of Google's pay between women and men done by Glassdoor.

[#] Sun Jun 04 2017 20:24:03 EDT from rss

Subject: GDB 8.0 Released, Adds Many New Features, Drops Java GCJ Support

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GDB 8.0 adds a number of Python scripting improvements, DWARF version 5 support, new commands for GDB/MI, support for rvalue references in C++, support for FreeBSD on MIPS, support for the Synopsys ARC target...

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