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[#] Wed Sep 27 2017 19:55:28 EDT from rss

Subject: Ubuntu Is Dropping 32-Bit Images, But the Rest of the Flavors Will Keep Them

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In a follow-up email to a discussion from May when Ubuntu Desktop team discussed the possibility of removal of the 32-bit (i386) installation images from the servers, developer Dimitri John Ledkov confirmed the decision today.

[#] Wed Sep 27 2017 20:41:14 EDT from rss

Subject: SQL Server 2017: What's new, what's missing on Linux and what's next?

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Microsoft's general manager talks to Reg about cross-platform SQL ServerIgnite “It’s a big milestone for us as a company,” general manager Rohan Kumar told us, referring to the release of SQL Server on Linux, “the biggest server product from Microsoft”, announced here at the Ignite event in Orlando.…

[#] Wed Sep 27 2017 21:42:17 EDT from rss

Subject: 8 Tools to Easily Create Your Own Custom Linux Distro

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You may want to create your own custom Linux distro for your mum or dad to use. Here are 8 of the best tools to customize and create your own Linux distro.

[#] Wed Sep 27 2017 22:46:19 EDT from rss

Subject: 7 best practices for giving a conference talk

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You want your first speaking experience to be a happy one, so I've prepared tips that may help you when writing and presenting your talk.1. Know your audienceThe SeaGL audience, for example, is an interesting mix of those new to tech and folks who have been around technology for a long time. Because the conference is held at a community college, you can expect the Friday audience in particular to have a large number of more

[#] Wed Sep 27 2017 23:32:26 EDT from rss

Subject: New Film, Magazine: The Uncertain Future of Artificial Intelligence and IoT

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Mozilla is releasing a short film and launching a new magazine. They explore the impact of a pervasive internet on our lives and our future ? What happens when AI … Read moreThe post New Film, Magazine: The Uncertain Future of Artificial Intelligence and IoT appeared first on The Mozilla Blog.

[#] Thu Sep 28 2017 00:33:36 EDT from rss

Subject: Fanless Kaby Lake box PC gets tough with Kaby Lake

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Axiomtek’s rugged “eBOX700-891-FL” computer runs Linux or Win 10 IoT on Intel 7th Gen Core chips, and features 4x GbE, 6x USB, 2x mini-PCIe, and PCI x4. The eBOX700-891-FL continues Axiomtek’s eBOX line of rugged, Linux-ready embedded box PCs. The latest model is said to be well suited for vision inspection (USB/PoE), motion control, security […]

[#] Thu Sep 28 2017 01:34:33 EDT from rss

Subject: Opera 48 Hits Stable with Screenshot Tool, Converter for Units and Currencies

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Opera Software on Wednesday bumped the stable Opera web browser channel to version 48, a release that introduces a bunch of new features, but also improves existing functionality.

[#] Thu Sep 28 2017 02:22:53 EDT from rss

Subject: Linux Head Command Explained for Beginners (5 Examples)

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In this article, we will discuss the basics of the head command using some easy to understand examples. Sometimes, while working on the command line in Linux, you might want to take a quick look at a few initial lines of a file. For example, if a log file is continuously being updated, the requirement could be to view, say, first 10 lines of the log file every time.

[#] Thu Sep 28 2017 03:30:07 EDT from rss

Subject: Eolie Web Browser for GNOME - The Simplest Web Browser

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Cédric Bellegarde, the developer behind the popular Lollypop music player, returns with a completely new crazy project: a web browser. From her pretty name, Eolie web browser.

[#] Thu Sep 28 2017 04:20:45 EDT from rss

Subject: Mastering file searches on Linux

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There are many clever ways to hunt down files on Linux systems. Here's a look at the most useful commands and options.

[#] Thu Sep 28 2017 05:23:35 EDT from rss

Subject: How to create a free baby monitoring system with Gonimo

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New and expecting parents quickly learn that there is a long—and expensive—list of equipment that a new baby needs. High on that list is a baby monitor, so they can keep an eye (and an ear) on their infant while they're doing other things. But this is one piece of equipment that doesn't have to eat into your baby fund; Gonimo is a free and open source solution that turns existing devices into a baby monitoring system, freeing up some of your baby budget for any of the thousands of other must-have or trendy items lining the aisles of the nearby big-box baby more

[#] Thu Sep 28 2017 06:25:25 EDT from rss

Subject: Google Android and Apple IOS Update for Critical Wi-Fi Vulnerabilities

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Months after Broadpwn bug, another set of highly critical cross-operating system Wi-Fi flaws has been patched. Once again, both Google and Apple have co-operated as part of a mobile operating system vendor industry co-ordination effort, to patch a critical vulnerability in a common Wi-Fi component.

[#] Thu Sep 28 2017 07:18:40 EDT from rss

Subject: Spend Bitcoin Anywhere

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I've written about Bitcoin several times during the past few years, and I still lovethe technology. I am a little disturbed by the amount of electricity theBitcoin blockchain consumes using dirty power sources, but that's anotherdiscussion altogether.

[#] Thu Sep 28 2017 08:21:34 EDT from rss

Subject: World’s first ESP32 industrial computer has extensive wireless options

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Techbase unveiled a “Moduino” automation controller with an ESP32-WROVER module plus WiFi, BT, and optional LoRa, Sigfox, LTE, Ethernet, and battery power. Polish embedded firm Techbase was one of the first manufacturers to tap the original Raspberry Pi Compute Module in 2014 with its ModBerry 500 automation controller, and has since updated it to an […]

[#] Thu Sep 28 2017 09:07:48 EDT from rss

Subject: 9 open source license management rules for startups

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Open source software can be a double-edged sword for startups. It can be a startup's lifeblood, because it helps you innovate rapidly without starting from scratch. But, as they say, open source software is free like a puppy is free: The true cost of open source software is obeying open source licenses.Misuse of open source software can delay or derail investment and corporate exit opportunities. But you can easily comply with open source licenses if you follow these simple more

[#] Thu Sep 28 2017 09:58:51 EDT from rss

Subject: Microservices and containers: 5 pitfalls to avoid

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Microservices and containers make a natural match, but do your homework to avoid common stumbles.

[#] Thu Sep 28 2017 11:01:33 EDT from rss

Subject: Superaccurate GPS Chips Coming to Smartphones in 2018

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Broadcom announced that it is sampling the first mass-market chip that can take advantage of a new breed of global navigation satellite signals and will give the next generation of smartphones 30-centimeter accuracy instead of today’s 5 meters.

[#] Thu Sep 28 2017 12:06:00 EDT from rss

Subject: How to Play World of Warcraft On Linux With Wine

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World of Warcraft has been around for almost thirteen years, and it's still easily the most popular MMORPG. Unfortunately, after all that time Blizzard never released an official Linux client. It's not all bad, tough. Wine has you covered.

[#] Thu Sep 28 2017 12:53:06 EDT from rss

Subject: 5.25-inch Apollo Lake SBC has up to 4x GbE ports

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Commell’s 5.25-inch “LE-578” SBC offers Apollo Lake SoCs, 8x USB ports, 2x SATA ports, triple display support, and up to 4x GbE ports. Commell has released the LE-578, a 5.25-inch (203 x 146mm) form factor SBC that runs on Intel’s Apollo Lake SoCs. The only other SBCs we’ve seen in recent years that use this […]

[#] Thu Sep 28 2017 13:55:25 EDT from rss

Subject: Microsoft is Doing to 'Open Source' (OSI) What it Did to W3C

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The corporate/mainstream media keeps telling us that Microsoft has changed and can now be trusted within its competition, but this media merely plays along with an expensive PR campaign which is intended to shift attention and systematically launder Microsoft's reputation

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