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[#] Wed Nov 08 2017 05:00:37 EST from rss

Subject: How to Install PrestaShop on Debian 9

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In this guide, we’ll show you how to install and configure the latest version of Prestashop on Debian 9.1. Prestashop is a free Open Source e-commerce content management platform written in PHP programming language which is often deployed on Linux under Apache/Nginx web servers, PHP and MySQL/MariaDB database management system.

[#] Wed Nov 08 2017 06:17:34 EST from rss

Subject: You Can Now Run Windows Apps on Chromebooks with ChromeOS, Thanks to CrossOver

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After more than a year in testing, CrossOver's ChromeOS support is now finally open to everyone, allowing Chromebook owners to run Windows apps on their computers running Google's ChromeOS.

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

Subject: Continuous infrastructure: The other CI

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Continuous delivery (CD) and continuous integration (CI) are two well-known aspects of DevOps. But the CI in vogue today is missing a critical “I:” more

[#] Wed Nov 08 2017 08:23:38 EST from rss

Subject: Google Patches KRACK WiFi Flaw in Android November Security Update

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Three weeks after critical WiFi vulnerability was first publicly disclosed, Android at long last, gets a patch.

[#] Wed Nov 08 2017 09:39:53 EST from rss

Subject: The Best Free Android Racing Games of 2017

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My love for Android Games has always been infinite. Whenever I am free, you can be very sure I am playing Games on my Android Smartphone. And even among those, the ones that always keep you on your toes and provide you with some high energy fun are the Android Racing Games. So here in this article let’s see the Top Free Android Racing games of 2017.

[#] Wed Nov 08 2017 10:40:53 EST from rss

Subject: Getting started with .NET for Linux

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When you know a software developer's preferred operating system, you can often guess what programming language(s) they use. If they use Windows, the language list includes C#, JavaScript, and TypeScript. A few legacy devs may be using Visual Basic, and the bleeding-edge coders are dabbling in F#. Even though you can use Windows to develop in just about any language, most stick with the more

[#] Wed Nov 08 2017 11:57:08 EST from rss

Subject: Arch Linux Officially Kills 32-Bit Support, Migrate to Arch Linux 32 Fork Now

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The Arch Linux devs announced today that they are officially terminating support for 32-bit architectures, removing all i686 packages from the repositories by the end of the month.

[#] Wed Nov 08 2017 12:58:08 EST from rss

Subject: Captain Holetooth

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Captain Holetooth is a small, action / adventure, platform game targeted at young children, primarily 4-8 year olds. The main goal of the game is to have fun.

[#] Wed Nov 08 2017 14:14:37 EST from rss

Subject: Ubuntu 17.10 - unhappy remarriage

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Ubuntu 17.10 is a new operating system not just because it was released very recently, in October 2017. It is also the first operating system from Canonical since it reverted from Unity to the GNOME desktop environment as default. It was GNOME 2 in use at the divorce time, and now it is GNOME 3 after the re-marriage.

[#] Wed Nov 08 2017 15:15:38 EST from rss

Subject: How the OpenType font system works

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Digital typography is something that we use every day, but few of us understand how digital fonts work. This article gives a basic, quick, dirty, oversimplified (but hopefully useful) tour of OpenType— what it is and how you can use its powers with free, libre, and open source software (FLOSS). All the fonts mentioned here are FLOSS, more

[#] Wed Nov 08 2017 16:31:52 EST from rss

Subject: buntu 16.04

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Jenkins is a simple, free and open-source Continuous Integration tool (CI), which is is one of the most popular application development practices in recent times. Jenkins is widely used for building, deploying and automating any project, providing hundreds of different plugins.

[#] Wed Nov 08 2017 17:32:52 EST from rss

Subject: How to configure s3 bucket in AWS.

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In AWS, s3 stands for simple storage system which is used for storing unlimited data and you can access it using internet. This article will guide you about how to configure s3 bucket in AWS.

[#] Wed Nov 08 2017 18:49:15 EST from rss

Subject: How to Install VisualEditor for MediaWiki on CentOS 7

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In this tutorial, I will show you how to step-by-step install and configure VisualEditor for latest MediaWiki version 1.30. VisualEditor is a rich-text editor for MediaWiki. It's available as an extension and relies on the Parsoid parser service to be up and running for editing MediaWiki pages.

[#] Wed Nov 08 2017 19:50:15 EST from rss

Subject: Build and test applications with Ansible Container

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Containers are an increasingly popular development environment. As a developer you have a large choice of tools to manage your containers. This article introduces you to Ansible Container and shows how you can run and test your application in a... Continue Reading →

[#] Wed Nov 08 2017 21:06:30 EST from rss

Subject: Arduino Create Expands to Support Linux on Intel Chips

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When we talk about open source hardware, we often think about the Raspberry Pi and other community-backed single board computers running Linux. Yet all these communities were modeled on the success of the 14-year-old Arduino project, in which Linux has been only tangentially involved, and only over the past four years.

[#] Wed Nov 08 2017 22:07:31 EST from rss

Subject: Carrier board extends Linux-driven Jetson modules

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Aetina’s “ACE-N261” Nano-ITX carrier for the Jetson TX1/TX2 COMs offers GbE, HDMI, 2x USB 3.0, 2x CAN, 2x mini-PCIe, and optional -20 to 70°C support. In April, Aetina announced a Nano-ITX ACE-N620 carrier board for Nvidia’s Jetson TX2 COM, as well as its earlier, pin-compatible Jetson TX1. The company has now announced a more feature-rich ACE-N261 Nano-ITX (120 x 120mm) carrier aimed at machine vision.

[#] Wed Nov 08 2017 23:23:45 EST from rss

Subject: Opera 49 Web Browser Released with Advanced Screenshot Tool, Built-In VR Player

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Opera Software released today the final Opera 49 web browser for all supported platforms, a release that introduces numerous new features and an extra layer of performance improvements.

[#] Thu Nov 09 2017 00:24:45 EST from rss

Subject: Don't worry about those 40 Linux USB security holes. That's not a typo

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The Linux kernel USB subsystem has more holes than a donut shop. On Monday, Google security researcher Andrey Konovalov disclosed 14 Linux USB flaws found using syzkaller, a kernel fuzzing tool developed by another Google software engineer, Dmitry Vyukov.

[#] Thu Nov 09 2017 01:41:00 EST from rss

Subject: What Is GREP and How Do You Use It?

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Grep is a powerful tool for finding patterns and words on Unix-like systems. Find out what Grep is and how to use it to find text from files or folders.

[#] Thu Nov 09 2017 02:42:01 EST from rss

Subject: Can you have secrets online? This unusual pop-up shop will make you think again

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Few are aware of their digital footprint and the extent to which their data is harvested, traded, and sold on a daily basis.

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