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[#] Tue Jul 25 2017 00:48:28 EDT from rss

Subject: WiFi-ready Omega2 module is now available in surface-mount versions

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Onion announced two surface-mount spin-offs of the WiFi-enabled Omega2 module, which runs Linux on a MediaTek MT7688 SoC, and unveiled a new dev board. A year after launching its second-gen Omega2 computer-on-module, which advanced from a 400MHz Atheros AR9331 to a similarly MIPS-driven 580MHz MediaTek MT7688, Onion Corp. has revised the Omega2 with two surface […]

[#] Tue Jul 25 2017 02:05:29 EDT from rss

Subject: Share Your Mesos Expertise: Submit a Proposal for MesosCon Europe Today

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MesosCon is an annual conference that brings together users and developers to share and learn about the project and its growing ecosystem. The conference will feature two days of sessions to learn more about the Apache Mesos core and related technologies. The Call For Papers (CFP) for MesosCon Europe is closing soon! Submit your proposal by July 28 for consideration.

[#] Tue Jul 25 2017 03:07:10 EDT from rss

Subject: 70,000 Memcached Servers Can Be Hacked Using Eight-Month-Old Flaws

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Eight months after three critical vulnerabilities were fixed in the memcached open source caching software, there are over 70,000 caching servers directly exposed on the internet that have yet to be patched. Hackers could execute malicious code on them or steal potentially sensitive data from their caches, security researchers warn.

[#] Tue Jul 25 2017 04:23:22 EDT from rss

Subject: Akademy Awards 2017

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Every year at Akademy we celebrate some of our hardest working achievers in the community. The prizes are selected and awarded by the previous year's winners.

[#] Tue Jul 25 2017 05:24:22 EDT from rss

Subject: Announcing Boltron: The Modular Server Preview

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The Modularity and Server Working Groups are very excited to announce the availability of the Boltron Preview Release. Boltron is a bit of an anomaly in the Fedora world — somewhere between a Spin and a preview for the future... Continue Reading →

[#] Tue Jul 25 2017 06:42:44 EDT from rss

Subject: GNOME Builder IDE to Receive Largest UI Change Since Its Creation, on GNOME 3.26

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The GNOME Builder IDE (Integrated Development Environment) open-source tool designed to help aspiring application developers create modern apps for the GNOME/GTK+ ecosystem will get a major revamp for the GNOME 3.26 desktop release.

[#] Tue Jul 25 2017 07:45:41 EDT from rss

Subject: When the hacker ethic meets old ideas about brand

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Open organizations apply principles from open source software development more broadly. Existing organizations find the open approach appealing because it promises gains in productivity and efficiency—but openness may have farther-reaching consequences than we anticipate or intend.One influential set of open principles comes from Steven Levy's book about the early history of the computing revolution, Hackers. Levy lays out what he calls "the Hacker Ethic," and it begins with "the Hands-On Imperative":read more

[#] Tue Jul 25 2017 08:46:41 EDT from rss

Subject: How to View Song Lyrics on the Linux Desktop

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There are a number of great options for seeing your favorite song lyrics on your Linux desktop. These music players and standalone utilities can help.

[#] Tue Jul 25 2017 10:03:38 EDT from rss

Subject: Python autocomplete-in-the-cloud tool Kite pushes into projects, gets stabbed with a fork

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Cloud dev biz tries rainmaking, stirs up storm of complaintsKite, a San Francisco-based development tools startup, has managed to alienate developers by quietly altering open-source projects for its benefit.…

[#] Tue Jul 25 2017 11:04:57 EDT from rss

Subject: Canonical asks users help in deciding Ubuntu Linux desktop apps

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The next long-term support version of Ubuntu desktop Linux will include default programs chosen by users.

[#] Tue Jul 25 2017 12:21:12 EDT from rss

Subject: What you need to know about hybrid cloud

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Of the many technologies that have emerged over the past decade, cloud computing is notable for its rapid advance from a niche technology to global domination. On its own, cloud computing has created a lot of confusion, arguments, and debates, and "hybrid" cloud, which blends several types of cloud computing, has created even more uncertainty. Read on for answers to some of the most common questions about hybrid more

[#] Tue Jul 25 2017 13:22:13 EDT from rss

Subject: How to Install Mahara ePortfolio System on CentOS 7

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Mahara is an open source e-portfolio system. It can also be used as a social networking platform. Mahara is written in PHP and uses either PostgreSQL or MySQL database server to store its data. You can use Mahara to create your personalized multimedia portfolio and to collaborate with others. In this tutorial, we will install Mahara on CentOS 7 server.

[#] Tue Jul 25 2017 14:40:21 EDT from rss

Subject: Postmortem: What to Do After a Security Incident

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Incidents happen. Vulnerabilities happen. The quality of your responsecan make the difference between a bad day and a disaster. What happensafter the response can make the difference between endless firefightingand becoming stronger with every battle. A quality postmortem analysisis free ammunition.

[#] Tue Jul 25 2017 15:41:21 EDT from rss

Subject: Automatically Record/Capture All Users Terminal Sessions Activity In Linux

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Script is a Unix command line utility that records everything you do on your terminal.

[#] Tue Jul 25 2017 16:57:36 EDT from rss

Subject: Linux echo Command Tutorial for Beginners (5 Examples)

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In this tutorial, we will discuss basics of echo as well as the command line options it provides. Suppose you want to append a hard-coded line of text to a file through the command in Linux, what would you do? An obvious approach would be to open the file in an editor, and then enter the line manually. But think of a case where-in this task needs to be automated. What's your option in that case?

[#] Tue Jul 25 2017 17:58:37 EDT from rss

Subject: Polybar: A Better WM Panel for your Linux system

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If you've been using a window manager(tiling or otherwise), or you're thinking about it, you've probably looked into different options for menu bars. Most window managers either don't come with one, or they're packaged with something that's not all that useful. Polybar is an excellent answer.

[#] Tue Jul 25 2017 19:14:52 EDT from rss

Subject: A left-handed software user's plea

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Left-handed people face many challenges in a right-hand dominated world. For the 10% of us who live under their oppression, it can be maddening. In the early 20th century, my left-handed grandfather was forced to write with his right hand in school, making his handwriting completely illegible. What would great lefties like George H.W. Bush, Bart Simpson, Lt. Cmdr. Data, Barack Obama, or Bill Gates think?At least we have advanced a little... but not enough!read more

[#] Tue Jul 25 2017 20:15:52 EDT from rss

Subject: Mesa has a few more games in the threaded OpenGL whitelist as of today

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Landing in the public Mesa-git mailing list within the last few minutes, more games have been added to the whitelist to make use of threaded OpenGL for better performance.

[#] Tue Jul 25 2017 21:32:07 EDT from rss

Subject: Tuesday Akademy Wrapup Session

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The second day of Akademy BoFs, group sessions and hacking has just finished. There is a wrapup session at the end so that what happened in the different rooms can be shared with everyone including those not present.Your browser does not support the video tag, download Monday wrapup video.Dot Categories: Community and Events

[#] Tue Jul 25 2017 22:33:10 EDT from rss

Subject: Intel kills Curie module and Arduino 101 SBC

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Intel is discontinuing its Curie wearables module and its Curie-enabled Arduino 101 SBC. Last month, Intel shut down the Joule, Edison, and Galileo. A month after Intel discontinued its Linux-ready, Atom-based Intel Joule and Intel Edison COMs, as well as its Quark-based Galileo Gen 2 SBC and its Recon Jet sports eyewear, the chipmaker announced […]

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