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[#] Wed Nov 15 2017 14:47:52 EST from rss

Subject: Kubernetes vendors agree on standardization

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Want to use Kubernetes, but worried about portability across clouds, containers, and vendors? Don[he]#039[/he]t be. The Cloud Native Computing Foundation has you covered.

[#] Wed Nov 15 2017 16:04:08 EST from rss

Subject: How to Install OpenVPN on CentOS 7

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In this tutorial, we will show you how to install and configure an OpenVPN server on CentOS 7. OpenVPN is one of the most popular VPN software solutions that implements virtual private network techniques for creating secure point-to-point or site-to-site connections.

[#] Wed Nov 15 2017 17:05:09 EST from rss

Subject: DevOps: How to avoid project death by hand-off

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There's a notion in DevOps that our work begins when we understand the strategic business goals that we're trying to meet, then we deliver on them. This is typically a two-step process where one team creates goals, then hands them off to another team to implement them.What would happen if, instead of a thinking of this as two-step process, we thought of strategy and implementation as a single-flow, continuous learning cycle?read more

[#] Wed Nov 15 2017 18:21:24 EST from rss

Subject: It's Official: All of the World's Top 500 Supercomputers Now Powered by Linux

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Believe it or not, Linux is dominating all of world's top 500 supercomputers as of November 2017, according to the website, which maintains an up-to-date list of these supercomputers.

[#] Wed Nov 15 2017 19:37:39 EST from rss

Subject: Portable, open source retro game player runs Linux and Arduino

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Clockwork’s hackable “GameShell” retro game console runs Linux on a quad -A7 SoC, and offers a 2.7-inch LCD, gaming controls, GPIO, and Arduino links. Hangzhou, China based Clockwork has surpassed its Kickstarter funding goal for a handheld GameShell device that is billed as “the world’s first modular, portable game console with a GNU/LINUX embedded operating […]

[#] Wed Nov 15 2017 20:54:54 EST from rss

Subject: Perfect Fluxbox Desktop on Kali Linux

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For my job, I need a portable Linux environment to run tests, so I often find myself using Kali Linux from a low resourced virtual machine, or booted from a flash drive. In this case scenario, having a lightweight desktop is as important as the tools themselves. This tutorial shows the installation of Fluxbox Desktop on Kali Linux.

[#] Wed Nov 15 2017 22:11:10 EST from rss

Subject: More Than Half of Chromebooks Now Support Android Apps and Google Play Store

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More than a year after it promised to expand Google Play Store and Android apps support, Google now finally made it happen and updated dozen more Chromebooks to the Stable Chrome OS channel.

[#] Wed Nov 15 2017 23:28:26 EST from rss

Subject: Linux-on-i.MX6 Pico-ITX SBC has 40-pin GPIO header

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Habey’s “EMB-2230” SBC runs Linux on an i.MX6, and offers LVDS and MIPI-DSI/CSI links, -10 to 60°C support, a 40-pin GPIO header, and optional PoE. Habey promotes its Pico-ITX (100 x 72mm) EMB-2230 SBC as being smaller and more expandable than its 3.5-inch (146 x 102mm) EMB-3200 SBC. Like the EMB-3200, the EMB2230 runs Linux on Dual Lite or Quad versions of NXP’s 1GHz, Cortex-A9 i.MX6 SoC, and is aimed primarily at panel PCs.

[#] Thu Nov 16 2017 00:44:40 EST from rss

Subject: How to create better documentation with a kanban board

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If you[he]#039[/he]re working on documentation, a website, or other user-facing content, it[he]#039[/he]s helpful to know what users expect to find—both the information they want and how the information is organized and structured. After all, great content isn[he]#039[/he]t very useful if people can[he]#039[/he]t find what they[he]#039[/he]re looking for.

[#] Thu Nov 16 2017 01:46:42 EST from rss

Subject: Red Hat Bets Data Centers are Ready for ARM Servers

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With the announcement, Red Hat joins Linux distributions SUSE and Ubuntu, both of which already support ARM with their server editions. However, it's not really late to the fair. The company has been actively working on an ARM version of RHEL for a while, having released its first "development preview" for the architecture in 2015.

[#] Thu Nov 16 2017 03:06:21 EST from rss

Subject: How to Fix the No Space Left on Device

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There is an annoying error on Linux systems that tells you you have no space when there is plenty on your filesystem. Explore these potential fixes.

[#] Thu Nov 16 2017 04:24:38 EST from rss

Subject: Why pair writing helps improve documentation

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Professional writers, at least in the Red Hat documentation team, nearly always work on docs alone. But have you tried writing as part of a pair? In this article, I'll explain a few benefits of pair more

[#] Thu Nov 16 2017 05:40:52 EST from rss

Subject: Facebook Open Sources Open/R, Its Distributed Network Software

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Today the social network open sourced open/R, making it free to use by anyone who might be designing applications that will require routing at the speed of Facebook. It's being released under the "permissive" MIT license, which allows it to be used in both open source and proprietary projects.

[#] Thu Nov 16 2017 06:43:19 EST from rss

Subject: How becoming open and agile led to customer success

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A few years ago, I worked as a service manager at Basefarm, a European managed services provider. I was part of a team supporting customers with infrastructure and managed more

[#] Thu Nov 16 2017 09:18:49 EST from rss

Subject: 10 easy steps from proprietary to open source

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"But surely open source software is less secure, because everybody can see it, and they can just recompile it and replace it with bad stuff they've written." Hands up: who's heard this?1read more

[#] Thu Nov 16 2017 10:35:06 EST from rss

Subject: Open Source Pioneer Munich Votes To Move All Remaining Linux PCs To Windows 10 In 2020

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As per the local reports, these moves are a result of the political scenario in Munich. In the past, city’s IT chief has also said that there isn’t any compelling technical reason to ditch Linux. In the wake of attacks like WannaCry, Green Party had already warned that a move to Windows 10 is too risky.

[#] Thu Nov 16 2017 11:51:19 EST from rss

Subject: Linux Kernel 4.14 -- First Kernel to be Supported for Six Years

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Linux Kernel 4.14 is here. It is a long-term support release and as stated earlier, it is the first Linux Kernel that will be supported for six years. Until now Linux Kernel LTS versions were supported for two years.

[#] Thu Nov 16 2017 13:07:55 EST from rss

Subject: Fedora 27 Atomic Host is available on multiple architectures

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The Fedora 27 Atomic Host now supports multiple architectures! Along with the x86_64 architecture, Atomic Host is also available on 64-bit ARM (aarch64) and PowerPC Little Endian (ppc64le). Both aarch64 and ppc64le architectures receive Atomic OSTree updates in the same... Continue Reading →

[#] Thu Nov 16 2017 14:11:38 EST from rss

Subject: OnePlus 5T Keeps the Headphone Jack, Introduces Face Unlock and Parallel Apps

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Five months after it launched its OnePlus 5 flagship Android smartphone, OnePlus unveiled today its successor, the OnePlus 5T, running the latest Android 8.0 (Oreo) mobile OS.

[#] Thu Nov 16 2017 15:27:53 EST from rss

Subject: 5 Coolest Linux Terminal Emulators

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Sure, we can get by with boring old GNOME terminal, Konsole, and funny, rickety, old xterm. When you're in the mood to try something new, however, take a look at these five cool and useful Linux terminals.

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