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[#] Wed Nov 29 2017 17:57:36 EST from rss

Subject: From Linux to Cloud, why Red Hat matters for every enterprise

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Video: The next stage of the cloud revolution. Today, Red Hat dominates enterprise Linux. Tomorrow, it wants to rule the cloud. Don't bet against it.

[#] Wed Nov 29 2017 19:13:52 EST from rss

Subject: Amazon Web Services Embraces Kubernetes, Debuts Fargate Serverless Containers Service

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Amazon Web Services (AWS) made a long list of announcements on the first day of its re:Invent conference in Las Vegas on Nov. 29, including the long-awaited news that it will offer its own managed Kubernetes service.

[#] Wed Nov 29 2017 20:30:06 EST from rss

Subject: How To Prepare Labels With (Video)

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This tutorial covers using templates, how to import images and use and insert text, in-depth instructions on using spreadsheets and mailmerge and more.

[#] Wed Nov 29 2017 21:46:29 EST from rss

Subject: Chromebook Users Can Now Take Android-Like Screenshots While in Tablet Mode

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Google's Chromium evangelist François Beaufort shares today with us a new feature for Chromebooks, the ability to take Android-like screenshots in Chrome OS.

[#] Wed Nov 29 2017 23:02:44 EST from rss

Subject: Announcing the Initial Release of Mozilla's Open Source Speech Recognition Model and Voice Dataset

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Technical advancements have fueled the growth of speech interfaces through the availability of machine learning tools, resulting in more Internet-connected products that can listen and respond to us than ever before. At Mozilla we’re excited about the potential of speech recognition. We believe this technology can and will enable a wave of innovative products and services, and that it should be available to everyone.

[#] Thu Nov 30 2017 00:18:58 EST from rss

Subject: Rugged 10GbE- and PCIe-rich module runs Linux on Xeon-D

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Eurotech’s “CPU-162-23” COM Express Type 7 module runs Linux on Xeon and Pentium D-1500 CPUs with 2x 10GbE, up to x32 PCIe, and up to 64GB DDR4 ECC RAM. The CPU-162-23 follows other Eurotech COM Express boards such as the Intel Skylake based CPU-162-22 Type 6 board, and is directly descended from last December’s CPU-161-18, a COM Express Type 6 Compact module that similarly ran on Intel’s 5th Gen Broadwell based Xeon and Pentium D-1500.

[#] Thu Nov 30 2017 01:19:59 EST from rss

Subject: Linux antivirus and anti malware: 8 top tools

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Malware and viruses on a Linux system? It happens. Don't operate under the illusion that using Linux means you don't have to worry about those things.

[#] Thu Nov 30 2017 02:36:13 EST from rss

Subject: Simple guide on how to install STEAM on Linux

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Every gaming fan out there knows what STEAM is , for those of you who don’t know what STEAM is. Steam is an online store for games , it just like amazon for games. It contains hundreds & thousands of games.

[#] Thu Nov 30 2017 03:52:55 EST from rss

Subject: Vivaldi 1.14 Development Kicks Off with Sync Feature, You Can Try It Right Now

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Vivaldi Technologies have just kicked off the development of their upcoming Vivaldi 1.14 web browser a nd were more than happy to inform Softpedia today on the availability of the first snapshot, which ships with the long-anticipated Sync functionality.

[#] Thu Nov 30 2017 05:13:12 EST from rss

Subject: Someone Tries to Bring Back Ubuntu's Unity from the Dead as an Official Spin

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Canonical's sudden decision of killing its Unity user interface affected many Ubuntu users, and it looks like someone now tries to bring it back from the dead as an unofficial spin.

[#] Thu Nov 30 2017 06:29:31 EST from rss

Subject: Changing Default Runlevel in Centos/RHEL 6 & 7

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This post details process for changing default runlevel in CentosRHEL 6 & 7 . But before we do that, we must discuss following… What is a runlevel ? Runlevel...

[#] Thu Nov 30 2017 07:33:48 EST from rss

Subject: From 0 to Kubernetes

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Although you hear a lot about containers and Kubernetes these days, there's a lot of mystery around them. In her Lightning Talk at All Things Open 2017, "From 0 to Kubernetes," Amy Chen clears up the more

[#] Thu Nov 30 2017 08:50:03 EST from rss

Subject: How to find all files with a specific text using Linux shell

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The following article provides some useful tips on how to find all files within any specific directory or entire file-system containing any specific word or string.

[#] Thu Nov 30 2017 10:06:19 EST from rss

Subject: Scrot: Linux command-line screen grabs made simple

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There are great tools on the Linux desktop for taking screen captures, such as KSnapshot and Shutter. Even the simple utility that comes with the GNOME desktop does a pretty good job of capturing screens. But what if you rarely need to take screen captures? Or you use a Linux distribution without a built-in capture tool, or an older computer with limited resources?read more

[#] Thu Nov 30 2017 11:23:23 EST from rss

Subject: OpenLDAP: Complete guide to install & configure LDAP on CentOS/RHEL

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OpenLDAP is an open source implementation of LDAP or Lightweight Directory Access Protocol . OpenLDAP allows to store store and organize user related data centrally. OpenLDAP functions like a relational database & can store...

[#] Thu Nov 30 2017 12:40:39 EST from rss

Subject: Excellent Business Software Alternatives For Linux

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Lots of entrepreneurs worry they won't have access to some of the essential software packages if they make a move to Linux. However, as you will discover throughout this post, there are plenty of similar tools that will cover all the bases.

[#] Thu Nov 30 2017 13:42:01 EST from rss

Subject: How to Get Vanilla GNOME Shell in Ubuntu

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Ubuntu recently made the jump to GNOME, but the default still looks a lot like Unity. If you’d like the vanilla GNOME experience, follow this guide.

[#] Thu Nov 30 2017 14:59:03 EST from rss

Subject: Making open source evergreen

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Danese Cooper is one of open source's strongest advocates, credited with advancing the open sourcing of technology at major companies including Sun Microsystems, Intel, and now PayPal, where she has served as head of open source since more

[#] Thu Nov 30 2017 16:15:18 EST from rss

Subject: How to Write a Custom Nagios Check Plugin

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Even though Nagios Exchange has thousands of available plugins to freely download, sometimes the status needed to be checked is very specific for your scenario.

[#] Thu Nov 30 2017 17:32:34 EST from rss

Subject: Three Chinese Hackers Indicted For Hacking Three Corporations

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A thief can’t go and cross borders to steal some very sensitive information but a bad hacker can. The United States has indicted three Chinese hackers for hacking three corporations’ very sensitive information.

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