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[#] Wed Jul 05 2017 12:55:08 EDT from rss

Subject: How to Install Apache Cassandra on CentOS 7

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Apache Cassandra is a free and open source distributed NoSQL database management system. It is used to store large data in decentralized highly available clusters. In this tutorial, we will be installing Apache Cassandra on CentOS 7 server.

https://www.howtoforge.com/tutorial/how-to-install-apache-cassandra-on-centos-7/

[#] Wed Jul 05 2017 14:02:20 EDT from rss

Subject: Why aren

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ssh provides many features useful for client-server connections: Binary protocol, mandatory encryption, key pinning, multiplexing, compression (yes, it does that too).— Aren’t these the key features for why we invented HTTP/2?—Admittedly, SSH is missing some pieces. It’s lacking a notion of virtual hosts, or being able to serve different endpoints on different hostnames from a single IP address.— On the other hand, SSH does have several cool features over HTTP/2 though, like built-in client authentication which removes the need for registration and remembering extra passwords.

https://medium.com/@shazow/ssh-how-does-it-even-9e43586e4ffc

[#] Wed Jul 05 2017 15:21:55 EDT from rss

Subject: Fedora 26 Workstation Wallpapers

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The release of Fedora 26 is just around the corner, and the choices for wallpapers in Fedora Workstation are pretty amazing. In addition to the Fedora 26 Default Wallpaper and the GNOME 3.24 Adwaita background, Fedora Workstation now includes a... Continue Reading →

https://fedoramagazine.org/wallpapers-fedora-26-workstation/

[#] Wed Jul 05 2017 16:27:13 EDT from rss

Subject: Setting Up AVR-GCC toolchain and avrdude To Program An AVR Development Board In UBUNTU

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?Contemporarily we have technologies like IoT or the Internet of Things trending everywhere. And the embedded systems field forms the backbone of IoT technologies. IoT means interconnection between various devices present all over the globe. And it is the embedded system that plays a vital role in IoT, by connecting the physical world through sensors and other hardware devices, with the cloud.

http://www.linuxandubuntu.com/home/setting-up-avr-gcc-toolchain-and-avrdude-to-program-an-avr-development-board-in-ubuntu

[#] Wed Jul 05 2017 17:29:14 EDT from rss

Subject: A Simple Python Script To Test Internet Bandwidth Speed In Linux Command Line

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speedtest.py is a simple python script which help us to test internet bandwidth (Upload & Download) speed in Linux command line using speedtest.net.

http://www.2daygeek.com/speedtest-cli-check-internet-bandwidth-speed-command-line-linux/

[#] Wed Jul 05 2017 18:48:39 EDT from rss

Subject: 7 ways to make better user-facing software

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Open source has been amazingly good at solving two sets of issues: 1) infrastructure and 2) developer tools. This is because those developers and users are basically the same people—the developer is an "insider" to the problem, understands it well, and is motivated to solve it.read more

https://opensource.com/article/17/7/design-first-design-user

[#] Wed Jul 05 2017 19:50:11 EDT from rss

Subject: Developer Replaces His MacBook Pro with a Raspberry Pi 3 Computer for One Week

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Node.js expert and backend software engineer Pierre-Gilles Leymarie has recently lost his precious MacBook Pro in a taxi in Paris, and since he didn't have any other computer at home, he decided to give Raspberry Pi a try.

http://news.softpedia.com/news/developer-replaces-his-macbook-pro-with-a-raspberry-pi-3-computer-for-one-week-516826.shtml

[#] Wed Jul 05 2017 21:08:31 EDT from rss

Subject: Open-spec, RPi-style SBC features new Rockchip RK3328

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Pine64’s Raspberry Pi-style “Rock64” SBC offers a quad -A53 RK3328 SoC with GbE and USB 3.0 ports for $25, $35, or $45 with 1GB, 2GB, or 4GB of RAM. Yet another community-backed SBC with the same size, layout, expansion connector, and basic specs of a Raspberry Pi has reached market. While most of the pseudo […]

http://linuxgizmos.com/open-spec-rpi-style-sbc-features-new-rockchip-rk3328/

[#] Wed Jul 05 2017 22:11:37 EDT from rss to aspberry Pi

Subject: No coding required: Node-RED on a Raspberry Pi

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Node-RED is a programming tool that lets you quickly connect hardware devices using a browser-based editor. It comes with a wide range of nodes that can be used to build flows in a drag-and-drop manner, significantly reducing your development time. Node-RED is installed with Raspian Jesse for Raspberry Pi, and there is also an option to download Node-RED separately.read more

https://opensource.com/article/17/7/nodered-raspberrypi-hardware

[#] Wed Jul 05 2017 23:15:20 EDT from rss

Subject: Linux Kernel 4.12: "One of The Bigger Releases"

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Linus Torvalds released Linux kernel 4.12 on Sunday, July 2 and remarked how it was "one of the bigger releases historically." Indeed, just shy of 12,000 commits, only 4.9 was significantly larger, and that was because Greg Kroah-Hartman declared it an LTS release.

https://www.linux.com/news/linux-kernel-412-one-bigger-releases

[#] Thu Jul 06 2017 00:34:19 EDT from rss

Subject: Kaby Lake box computer targets vision systems

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Aaeon’s rugged, Linux ready “Boxer-6839” PC controls vision systems with 7th Gen Intel CPUs, PCIe, PCI, mini-PCIe, GbE, USB 3.0, and 6x RS-232/422/485. Like last year’s Boxer-6639, Aaeon’s Boxer-6839 industrial computer supports 6th Generation “Skylake” Core CPUs, and it can also use the latest 7th Generation Core “Kaby Lake” processors. The 264.2 x 156.2 x […]

http://linuxgizmos.com/kaby-lake-box-computer-targets-vision-systems/

[#] Thu Jul 06 2017 01:35:43 EDT from rss

Subject: How to build a DevOps center of excellence: 4 steps

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A 4-step guide to break from the traditional waterfall approach and leverage agile capabilities

https://enterprisersproject.com/article/2017/7/how-build-devops-center-excellence-4-steps

[#] Thu Jul 06 2017 02:38:01 EDT from rss

Subject: Android Wear 2.0 Update Is Coming Soon to ZenWatch 2 and ZenWatch 3, Says ASUS

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If you're a smartwatch owner and you choosed one that's powered by Google's Android Wear operating system, then you need to run the latest Android Wear 2.0 update.

http://news.softpedia.com/news/android-wear-2-0-update-is-coming-soon-to-zenwatch-2-and-zenwatch-3-says-asus-516840.shtml

[#] Thu Jul 06 2017 03:55:47 EDT from rss

Subject: Microsoft boasted it had rebuilt Skype 'from the ground up'. Instead, it should have buried it

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Users slam attempt to infuse app with social media magic. Microsoft last month declared that it had rebuilt its Skype app "from the ground up." Those who use the app have been busy tearing it down.

http://go.theregister.com/feed/www.theregister.co.uk/2017/07/05/skype_app_slammed_in_user_reviews/

[#] Thu Jul 06 2017 04:57:48 EDT from rss

Subject: The Microsoft Operandi: Linux-Centric Xiaomi Pays Post-Microsoft Entryism Nokia for Patents

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The passage around of patents still enables Microsoft to drive up the price of Free/libre operating systems, which are also under attack from European authorities owing to Microsoft's heavy lobbying there

http://techrights.org/2017/07/05/xiaomi-patent-agreement-with-nokia/

[#] Thu Jul 06 2017 06:15:14 EDT from rss

Subject: What a lack of trust can do to a team

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Lincoln Loop is an open organization in many ways. We're distributed across 7 time zones. We have no central headquarters. All members of our core team can see all our financials (literally every penny earned or spent) and choose their own salaries. We have an open vacation policy and let people set their own work schedules.read more

https://opensource.com/open-organization/17/7/lincoln-loop-trust

[#] Thu Jul 06 2017 07:20:58 EDT from rss

Subject: System76 Launches Their Own Linux Distribution Called Pop!_OS

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It is a new day and a new Linux distro pops out. And the new(old) question remains, DO WE NEED ANOTHER LINUX DISTRO? For the most part, the answer is going to be a very big NO! But for this latest distro on the block, I believe it is a step in the right direction. System76 remains one of the few remaining big players when it comes to selling great Linux computers (DELL also sell great laptops that ship with Linux).

http://www.linuxandubuntu.com/home/system76-launches-their-own-linux-distribution-called-pop_os

[#] Thu Jul 06 2017 08:22:46 EDT from rss

Subject: Industrial touch-panel computer builds on Raspberry Pi 3

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MASS unveiled an “RPI-07” touch-panel computer based on the Raspberry Pi 3 with a 7-inch, multi-touch display, VESA 75 mounting, and optional I/O modules. The Raspberry Pi 3 is increasingly being adopted for various industrial computers, and can now be found in an industrial touch-panel.

http://linuxgizmos.com/industrial-touch-panel-computer-builds-on-raspberry-pi-3/

[#] Thu Jul 06 2017 09:40:14 EDT from rss

Subject: Dynamic tracing in Linux user and kernel space

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Have you ever been in a situation where you realize that you didn't insert debug print at a few points in your code, so now you won't know if your CPU hits a particular line of code for execution until you recompile the code with debug statements? Don't worry, there's an easier solution. Basically, you need to insert dynamic probe points at different locations of your source code assembly instructions.read more

https://opensource.com/article/17/7/dynamic-tracing-linux-user-and-kernel-space

[#] Thu Jul 06 2017 10:42:30 EDT from rss

Subject: Practical Networking for Linux Admins: IPv6 Routing

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Our story so far: We have learned the important bits about TCP/IP, IPv6, and IPv4 and IPv6 LAN Addressing, which is all very excellent. But, if you want your computers to talk to each other, then you must know about routing.

https://www.linux.com/learn/intro-to-linux/2017/7/practical-networking-linux-admins-ipv6-routing

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