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[#] Thu Nov 30 2017 18:48:49 EST from rss

Subject: How to Kill a Process in Linux

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We’ll show you How to kill a process in Linux . One of the major advantages of Linux is the ability terminate a process without having to reboot your server. In this tutorial, we will show you how to kill a process in Linux using the kill, pkill and killall commands.

[#] Thu Nov 30 2017 20:05:05 EST from rss

Subject: Translate Shell

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2DayGeek:Translate Shell (formerly known as Google Translate CLI) is allows user to access Google Translate right from terminal.

[#] Thu Nov 30 2017 21:21:19 EST from rss

Subject: How to install ClamAV (Antivirus) & ClamTK on Linux

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Linux is known for its high standards of security & there are very low amount of viruses that has been known to infect a Linux system. But in the recent times as technology is...

[#] Thu Nov 30 2017 22:22:19 EST from rss

Subject: WordPress 4.9.1 Debuts with Updates to Harden Security

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Two weeks after reaching general availability, WordPress 4.9 gets its first update fixing bugs and boosting security. The open-source WordPress blogging and content management system (CMS) 4.9.1 update was released on Nov. 29, providing users with security and bug fix improvements.

[#] Thu Nov 30 2017 23:39:35 EST from rss

Subject: Qseven module builds on Apollo Lake SoCs

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Avalue has launched a Linux-ready “EQM-APL” Qseven module with Apollo Lake SoCs, up to 64GB eMMC, and optional -40 to 85°C support. Avalue’s EQM-APL joins other Intel Apollo Lake based Qseven modules ......

[#] Fri Dec 01 2017 00:56:51 EST from rss

Subject: MAME Emulator Now Supports Oriental Legend 2 and Knights of Valour 2 New Legend

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MAME, the open-source and cross-platform computer emulator software, has been updated this week to version 0.192, a release that incorporates support for new systems and games.

[#] Fri Dec 01 2017 02:16:16 EST from rss

Subject: How to Set up WordPress Two-Factor Authentication

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In this guide we are going to provide you with step-by-step instructions on how to set up two-factor authentication on a WordPress website, hosted on CentOS 7 VPS. There are many two-factor authentication WordPress plugins available in the plugin repository, but for the purpose of this tutorial, we will install and set up the Google Authenticator plugin for WordPress.

[#] Fri Dec 01 2017 03:22:29 EST from rss

Subject: 5 Free or Low-Cost Security Tools for Defenders

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Defending the enterprise is increasingly getting complex, with cloud, mobile, and IoT services expanding the potential attack surface and yet IT security budgets may remain constrained to address new threats, Arun DeSouza, CISO and privacy officer with Nexteer Automotive, said in a presentation here today.

[#] Fri Dec 01 2017 04:38:44 EST from rss

Subject: KDEs Goals for 2018 and Beyond

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The KDE community has spoken and it has chosen the proposals which will define the general direction of the KDE project over the next three or four years.

[#] Fri Dec 01 2017 05:57:01 EST from rss

Subject: Automotive Grade Linux plumbing reveals familiar Linux faces

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At Embedded Linux Conference Europe, Konsulko’s Matt Porter and Scott Murray dig into AGL plumbing — and it turns out it’s not so scary after all.Among the sessions at the recent Embedded Linux Conference Europe (ELCE) — 57 of which are available on YouTube — are several reports on the Linux Foundation’s Automotive Grade Linux project.

[#] Fri Dec 01 2017 07:17:55 EST from rss

Subject: When will this script finish doing its job?

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Several of my data-auditing scripts take a long time to execute. Until recently I had no way of knowing how long they'd take. I'd enter the command for the script, press Enter and wait. And wait.I've now discovered the pipeline viewer or pv command, which tracks the progress of my scripts.

[#] Fri Dec 01 2017 08:18:55 EST from rss

Subject: Wake up and Shut Down Linux Automatically

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Don't be a watt-waster. If your computers don't need to be on then shut them down. For convenience and nerd creds, you can configure your Linux computers to wake up and shut down automatically.

[#] Fri Dec 01 2017 09:35:10 EST from rss

Subject: What

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I don’t have have enough photographic equipment to use a dedicated application to keep tabs on it. But I do need a simple tool to store essential information about the camera, lenses, and whatnot in my bag. And since I couldn’t find anything that meets my particular needs, I cobbled together one myself.

[#] Fri Dec 01 2017 10:51:25 EST from rss

Subject: LosslessCut is a Ridiculously Simple Video Cutter for Linux

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If you want a no-nonsense tool that just lets you cut parts of your videos, give LosslessCut a try. It’s an effortless video splitter for Linux.

[#] Fri Dec 01 2017 12:07:41 EST from rss

Subject: Google launches TensorFlow-based vision recognition kit for RPi Zero W

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Google’s $45 “AIY Vision Kit” for the Raspberry Pi Zero W performs TensorFlow-based vision recognition using a “VisionBonnet” board with a Movidius chip. Google’s AIY Vision Kit for on-device neural network acceleration follows an earlier AIY Projects voice/AI kit for the Raspberry Pi that shipped to MagPi subscribers back in May. Like the voice kit […]

[#] Fri Dec 01 2017 13:54:25 EST from rss

Subject: First Raspberry Pi Desktop Release Based on Debian Stretch Is Out for PCs and Macs

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Raspberry Pi Foundation's Simon Long announced today the general availability of the Debian Stretch release of their Raspberry Pi Desktop operating for PCs and Macs.

[#] Fri Dec 01 2017 15:25:56 EST from rss

Subject: Giving the gift of a pull request to an open source project in need

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On December 1st, 24 Pull Requests will be opening its virtual doors once again, asking you to give the gift of a pull request to an open source project in need.  Six years ago, inspired by 24 Ways (an advent calendar for web geeks), I decided an advent calendar was a great way to motivate people to contribute to projects. Last year more than 16,000 pull requests were made by nearly 3,000 contributors through the site. And they're not all by more

[#] Fri Dec 01 2017 17:13:41 EST from rss

Subject: Supported Kubernetes Coming to AWS

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This move is far from a surprise. In August, AWS became the last major cloud provider to join the Cloud Native Computing Foundation, the Linux Foundation project behind Kubernetes, and something like this was an expected next move.

[#] Fri Dec 01 2017 19:03:44 EST from rss

Subject: KDE Applications 17.12 Linux Software Suite Up to RC State, Final in Two Weeks

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Work on the upcoming KDE Applications 17.12 open-source software suite continues today with the Release Candidate (RC) milestone, versioned 17.11.90.

[#] Fri Dec 01 2017 20:35:15 EST from rss

Subject: Linux Journal Ceases Publication

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It looks like we’re at the end, folks. If all goes according to a plan we’d rather not have, the November issue of Linux Journal was our last.

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