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[#] Tue Aug 08 2017 17:49:28 EDT from rss

Subject: Linux Desktop Recorder App Green Recorder 3.0 Released

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A new version of the Linux screen recorder, Green Recorder has been released. Green Recorder 3.0 which is built using Python, FFmpeg and GTK+3 comes along with many new features and updates.

[#] Tue Aug 08 2017 19:05:44 EDT from rss

Subject: Fedora Classroom Session 3

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The Fedora Classroom sessions continues this week. You can find the general schedule for sessions on the wiki. You can also find resources and recordings from previous sessions there. Here are details about this week’s session. Instructor Ankur Sinha (“FranciscoD”) is... Continue Reading →

[#] Tue Aug 08 2017 20:22:01 EDT from rss

Subject: Dmidecode

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Dmidecode is a tool which reads a computer’s DMI table contents and display the system hardware information in a human-readable format.

[#] Tue Aug 08 2017 21:38:14 EDT from rss

Subject: NMAP Finding Services with Versions

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Knowing the systems on a network and what Operating System (OS) they are running may not be enough for an Administrator to know. You can scan systems on a network and determine what Services and versions of a Service are running. It may be important to be able to see and know what a hacker can learn about your systems.

[#] Tue Aug 08 2017 22:54:29 EDT from rss

Subject: VirtualBox 5.2 to Let Users Export VMs to Oracle Public Cloud, Add GUI Changes

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Oracle's Director of Product Management Simon Coter recently announced the availability of the first Beta release of the upcoming VirtualBox 5.2 major version of the open-source and cross-platform virtualization software.

[#] Wed Aug 09 2017 00:10:43 EDT from rss

Subject: The Actually Distributed Web

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I thought my mind was through getting blown until I heard in mid-June 2017 that Brave raised $35 million in less than 30 seconds, though an ICO (Initial Coin Offering). I did know ICOs were hot stuff. I also knew Brave's ICO was about to happen, because Brendan Eich, the company CEO, said so over breakfast two days earlier.

[#] Wed Aug 09 2017 01:26:59 EDT from rss

Subject: How to Install TaskBoard on CentOS 7

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TaskBaord is a free and open source application to keep a track of the tasks that needs to be done. It requires minimal dependencies to work. Database is stored in SQLite which eliminates the requirement of MySQL or any other database server.

[#] Wed Aug 09 2017 02:43:13 EDT from rss

Subject: Future Proof Your SysAdmin Career: Locking Down Security

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For today’s system administrators, gaining competencies that move them up the technology stack and broaden their skillsets is increasingly important. However, core skills like networking remain just as crucial. Previously in this series, we've provided an overview of essentials and looked at evolving network skills. In this part, we focus on another core skill: security.

[#] Wed Aug 09 2017 03:44:31 EDT from rss

Subject: OBD II connected fleet computer runs Linux

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iWave’s ARM-based “OBD II” car computer features 4G LTE, WiFi, Bluetooth, GPS, an IMU, and an OBD II connector to onboard telematics. iWave’s “Connected Car Device [he]#8211[/he] OBD II” is an OEM-focused automotive device for fleet management, driving behavior, insurance company monitoring, cab aggregators, remote diagnostics, two-wheeler applications, and “immobilization,” which may refer to breathalyzer gear.

[#] Wed Aug 09 2017 05:00:46 EDT from rss

Subject: How To Play PlayStation Portable Games In Linux

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PPSSPP Emulator is an application that supports installing and playing of PlayStation Portable games on Linux and other desktop operating systems such windows, MAC OS X among others. Just like other emulators, it is meant to improve the quality of PSP games on PCs as they are normally designed for low graphics and small screens.

[#] Wed Aug 09 2017 06:18:04 EDT from rss

Subject: Windows Subsystem for Linux is coming to Windows Server

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CMD, PowerShell and Bash. Three command line interfaces should be enough for anyone?Microsoft has announced that Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL) is coming to Windows Server.…

[#] Wed Aug 09 2017 07:36:18 EDT from rss

Subject: Arch Linux 2017.08.01 Available to Download as First ISO Powered by Linux 4.12

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A new month, a new ISO snapshot of the popular and lightweight Arch Linux operating system surfaces, bringing us fresh packages and all of last month's security patches for easy deployment on new computers.

[#] Wed Aug 09 2017 08:52:33 EDT from rss

Subject: How to Fix the Missing MySQL Extension Error in WordPress

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If you are setting up WordPress on a new Linux VPS for the first time you may face some problems like missing some PHP extensions. One example is missing the MySQL extension and this is a common problem since the extension doesn’t come by default with many operating systems. In this tutorial we will help you to fix the problem with the missing extension and complete the WordPress installation successfully.

[#] Wed Aug 09 2017 10:08:49 EDT from rss

Subject: Starter Guide to Linux Forensics

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The old saying is if your data isn’t backed up at least twice, it’s not backed up at all. For those not wise enough to heed this adage, there are a number of options available to you if you wish your data to be recovered...

[#] Wed Aug 09 2017 11:25:03 EDT from rss

Subject: Microsoft patches first critical Linux on Windows bug

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Attackers who are logged in locally could abuse the bug in how WSL handles named pipes interprocess communications, and execute code with full administrator privileges.

[#] Wed Aug 09 2017 12:27:05 EDT from rss

Subject: 70% of Windows 10 users are totally happy with our big telemetry slurp, beams Microsoft

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Alternatively: 30% have found the option to switch it offMicrosoft claims seven out of ten Windows 10 users are happy with Redmond gulping loads of telemtry from their computers – which isn't that astounding when you realize it's a default option.…

[#] Wed Aug 09 2017 13:43:20 EDT from rss

Subject: William Beauford and Bryan Rhodes: How Do You Fedora?

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We recently interviewed William Beauford and Bryan Rhodes on how they use Fedora. This is part of a series on the Fedora Magazine. The series profiles Fedora users and how they use Fedora to get things done. Contact us on... Continue Reading →

[#] Wed Aug 09 2017 14:59:34 EDT from rss

Subject: Sysdig

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Sysdig is an open source, system exploration tool which capture system state and activity from a running Linux instance, then save, filter and analyze.

[#] Wed Aug 09 2017 16:15:49 EDT from rss

Subject: Snapdragon 212 SBC ships with 7-inch touchscreen

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Kaynes’ “SKATE-212” SBC runs Android Nougat or Linux on a quad -A7 Snapdragon 212 with WiFi, BT, GPS, LAN, IMU, dual MIPI-CSI, and a 7-inch touchscreen. Long-time Qualcomm partner Intrinsyc delivered the first SBC built around Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 212 SBC back in May with its $595 Open-Q 212. Now, as noted first by CNXSoft, Intrinsyc has some cheaper competition from a SKATE-212 SBC development kit from India-based Kaynes Technology that has gone on pre-order for only $349. The kit is designed for “industrial, medical, IIoT, mission critical, and surveillance verticals.”

[#] Wed Aug 09 2017 17:32:05 EDT from rss

Subject: How to make a low-cost guitar amp with Linux

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Back in the old days, if you wanted to record guitar music at home (or, stereotypically, in your garage), you got an electric guitar (or another instrument capable of making noise, such as a synthesizer), an amp to produce the sound, some effect pedals to customize the sound, and a multi-track recorder such as a 4-track or 8-track recorder. You would plug the guitar into the effects pedals, the pedals into the amp, and the amp into the recorder (or you might mic the amp and record that).

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