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[#] Wed Dec 31 1969 19:00:00 EST from rss

Subject: Linux-based AGL IVI stack to debut on 2018 Toyota Camry

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The Automotive Grade Linux project’s IVI platform will first appear on the 2018 Toyota Camry. Yet, Google poses new competition with “Android Automotive.” The Linux Foundation’s Automotive Grade Linux (AGL) project announced its first design win for its open source, Yocto Project based Unified Code Base (UCB) distribution for in-vehicle infotainment (IVI). The 2018 Toyota […]

[#] Wed Dec 31 1969 19:00:00 EST from rss

Subject: How containers and DevOps transformed Duke University's IT department

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It's difficult, even in retrospect, to know which came first for us: containers or a shift towards DevOps more

[#] Thu Jun 22 2017 03:01:00 EDT from rss

Subject: Open source social robot kit runs on Raspberry Pi and Arduino

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Thecorpora’s Scratch-ready “ One” robot is based on the RPi 3 and Arduino, and offers stereo cams, mics, a speaker, and visual and language recognition. In 2010, robotics developer Francisco Paz and his Barcelona-based Thecorpora startup introduced the first Qbo “Cue-be-oh” robot as an open source proof-of-concept and research project for exploring AI capabilities in […]

[#] Thu Jun 22 2017 04:19:06 EDT from rss

Subject: Revisit Colossal Cave with Open Adventure

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In the history of computer games, very few are as influential as Colossal Cave Adventure. Initially developed in 1976 by Will Crowther and expanded by Don Woods in 1977, Adventure was the first interactive fiction game and inspired countless other computer games. Adventure directly or indirectly led to the entire corpus of text-based adventure games, and by extension, graphical adventure more

[#] Thu Jun 22 2017 05:51:52 EDT from rss

Subject: Robert Kaye -- Music Buff, Entrepreneur, Akademy Keynote Speaker

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Robert Kaye is definitely a brainz-over-brawn kinda guy. As the creator of MusicBrainz, ListenBrain and AcousticBrainz, all created and maintained under the MetaBrainz Foundation, he has pushed Free Software music cataloguing-tagging-classifying to the point it has more or less obliterated all the proprietary options.

[#] Thu Jun 22 2017 07:12:32 EDT from rss

Subject: Canonical Also Patches Ubuntu 12.04 LTS Against the Stack Clash Vulnerability

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Canonical today announced that it released a new kernel security update for the Ubuntu 12.04 LTS (Precise Pangolin) operating system series to patch the infamous Stack Clash vulnerability discovered recently by Qualys Research Labs.

[#] Thu Jun 22 2017 08:29:00 EDT from rss

Subject: Fedora 26 beta finally rolls out

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Red Hat and community developers took their own sweet time, but the next version of Fedora is finally on the runway and ready to fly.

[#] Thu Jun 22 2017 10:00:38 EDT from rss

Subject: Linux clear command tutorial for beginners (3 examples)

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Sometimes, while working on the command line, you arrive at a point where there's too much text on the terminal screen, and none of that is relevant to you. So, in order to avoid distraction, you'd want to clear the terminal screen. Those new to the Linux command line may not know that there exists a dedicated command line utility that does this work for you.

[#] Thu Jun 22 2017 11:34:16 EDT from rss

Subject: Ztorg malware hid in Google Play to send premium-rate SMS texts, delete incoming SMS messages

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The Ztorg malware hid in apps on Google's Play Store to send premium-rate SMS texts and delete incoming SMS messages on Android devices.

[#] Thu Jun 22 2017 12:50:58 EDT from rss

Subject: A user's guide to links in the Linux filesystem

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In articles I have written about various aspects of Linux filesystems for, including An introduction to Linux's EXT4 filesystem; Managing devices in Linux; An introduction to Linux filesystems; and A Linux user's guide to Logical Volread more

[#] Thu Jun 22 2017 14:26:32 EDT from rss

Subject: Practical Networking for Linux Admins: Real IPv6

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When last we met, we reviewed essential TCP/IP basics for Linux admins in Practical Networking for Linux Admins: TCP/IP. Here, we will review network and host addressing and find out whatever happened to IPv6?

[#] Thu Jun 22 2017 15:45:04 EDT from rss

Subject: Popcorn Time Watch Movies and TV Shows On Linux

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?Watching your favorite TV shows and movies series is what you all guys do every day. Flash, Iron Fist or Moana and many more awesome movies and tv shows that we love to watch. The problems come when you are traveling. Many of your shows or movies are restricted to a particular region and cannot be accessed when you are traveling or want to just quickly watch that awesome flash punch from an episode of 1 month old.

[#] Thu Jun 22 2017 17:17:42 EDT from rss

Subject: Free Up Some Space in Ubuntu/LinuxMint With Ubuntu Cleaner (Fork of Janitor Module)

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Ubuntu Cleaner is a tool that makes it easy to clean your Ubuntu system.

[#] Thu Jun 22 2017 18:34:39 EDT from rss

Subject: LFCS sed Command

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Another useful command for the Linux Foundation Certified SysAdmin (LFCS) is the 'sed' Command. The initials stand for 'Streaming EDitor'.The 'sed' Command is an editor that edits the file as a stream. To stream a file is to pass it from another command using pipes ([he]gt[/he] or |) or load it directly into 'sed'.

[#] Thu Jun 22 2017 20:09:16 EDT from rss

Subject: Linux cksum command explained for beginners (with examples)

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In Linux, there's a command line tool that you can use to create/verify checksum. It's dubbed cksum. Most vendors offer a checksum (or a checksum-like code) corresponding to the file(s) being downloaded. If the file doesn't behave in an expected way, user's can recompute the file's checksum and compare it with the original checksum provided by the vendor to see if the file is intact or got corrupted.

[#] Thu Jun 22 2017 21:26:32 EDT from rss

Subject: 9 Linux network command you should know about!!!

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in this article we will be discussing diagnostic Linux network command that you should know!!

[#] Thu Jun 22 2017 23:00:54 EDT from rss

Subject: NMAP OS Detection

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Sometimes on a network it is beneficial to know the Operating System (OS) of a machine. Accessing a system is easier when you know the OS because you can specifically search the Internet for known security holes in the OS. Granted, security holes are usually patched quickly, but you need to know when a security hole exists.Scanning your own network to detect the OS types can help you to see what a hacker will be able to see about your network.

[#] Fri Jun 23 2017 00:17:40 EDT from rss

Subject: Linus Torvalds Explains How Linux Still Surprises and Motivates Him

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Linus Torvalds took to the stage in China for the first time Monday at LinuxCon + ContainerCon + CloudOpen China in Beijing. In front of a crowd of nearly 2,000, Torvalds spoke with VMware Head of Open Source Dirk Hohndel in one of their famous “fireside chats” about what motivates and surprises him and how aspiring open source developers can get started. Here are some highlights of their talk.What’s surprising about Linux development

[#] Fri Jun 23 2017 01:50:11 EDT from rss

Subject: Continuous monitoring of server resources utilization using custom scripts

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Monitoring IT infrastructure is essential to ensure its stability. Choosing an efficient, scalable, customizable, and light-weight solution for this has always been a challenge with changing requirements. Custom scripts can be used to achieve this smartly unlike the agent-based monitoring method in which all data defaulted by the monitoring tool used will be collected. This article describes the custom script method for monitoring system resources. In this method, the data collector(s) scripts running on data collector node will poll the target systems for data and so can decide on what data to be pulled.

[#] Fri Jun 23 2017 03:08:01 EDT from rss

Subject: 8 ways to contribute to open source when you have no time

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One of the most common reasons people give for not contributing (or not contributing more) to open source is a lack of time. I get it; life is challenging, and there are so many priorities vying for your limited attention. So how can you find the time in your busy life to contribute to the open source projects you care about?read more

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