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[#] Sat Dec 02 2017 20:26:18 EST from rss

Subject: Top 5: Politics of the Linux desktop, learning Python with Pygame, and more

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This week we want to know if you still have the installation media for your first Linux computer. We also look at three open source alternatives to Microsoft Publisher, if Pygame could be the best way to learn Python, open source trends for 2018, and more.

[#] Sat Dec 02 2017 22:13:03 EST from rss

Subject: Ubuntu 16.04 LTS Will Soon Get an Important Unity Stack Update with 27 Bug Fixes

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Canonical Software Engineer for Unity Marco Trevisan reports today on an upcoming update for the Unity Stack on the Ubuntu 16.04 LTS (Xenial Xerus) operating system.

[#] Sun Dec 03 2017 00:45:33 EST from rss

Subject: Linux-driven i.MX6 UL/ULL module ships with wireless-enabled baseboard

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MYIR’s tiny, rugged “MYC-Y6ULX” COM features an i.MX6 UL or ULL SoC, an optional baseboard, and 140-pin “stamp hole” expansion. COMs running NXP’s low power i.MX6 UltraLite (UL) and similar i.MX6 ULL are typically much smaller than other compute modules.

[#] Sun Dec 03 2017 03:22:24 EST from rss

Subject: 3 ways robotics affects the CIO role

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3 ways the role of CIO and other IT decision makers may change as RPA gains momentum in 2018

[#] Sun Dec 03 2017 05:39:39 EST from rss

Subject: Houston-based Linux Journal ceasing publication

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Linux Journal, a Houston-based publication focusing on the open-source operating system Linux, has ceased publication after 23 years.

[#] Sun Dec 03 2017 08:15:21 EST from rss

Subject: How to identify that your linux server has been compromised

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This guide explains how to look for the common signs that your linux server has been compromised.

[#] Sun Dec 03 2017 12:50:54 EST from rss

Subject: Best Network Monitoring Tools For Linux

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Keeping control of our network is vital to prevent any program from overusing it and slows down the overall system operation. There are several network monitoring tools for different operating systems today. In this article, we will talk about 10 network monitoring tools for Linux that will run from a terminal, ideal for users who do not use GUI or for those who want to keep a control of the network use of a server through from ssh.

[#] Sun Dec 03 2017 16:27:39 EST from rss

Subject: Tutorial on how to write basic udev rules in Linux

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In a GNU/Linux system, while devices low level support is handled at the kernel level, the management of events related to them is managed in userspace by udev, and more precisely by the udevd daemon. Learning how to write rules to be applied on the occurring of those events can be really useful to modify the behavior of the system and adapt it to our needs.

[#] Sun Dec 03 2017 19:00:09 EST from rss

Subject: Increase Torrent Speed

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Haven’t we always wanted better torrent speed? No matter how much you have. You just can’t get enough of it. Our obsession with torrenting speed has often resulted in trying out those tricks from several websites including YouTube videos. And believe me, ever since I was a child till date I haven’t found luck with it. So in this article, Let us have a look at why trying to increase torrent speed never works.

[#] Sun Dec 03 2017 21:17:24 EST from rss

Subject: 'Linux Journal' Sails Into the Sunset

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It started in a time when "open source" was not yet a term. Linux and the GNU stack were "free software," with the mantra "free as in speech, not as it beer" oft repeated lest anyone confuse software licensed under the GPL with "freeware."

[#] Sun Dec 03 2017 23:49:57 EST from rss

Subject: New web browsing security tool arrives: DNS over TLS

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Net neutrality is on its death bed. With it gone, ISPs will be able to strip-data-mine your every move on the web. There are answers. One is Tenta's new secure Domain Name System (DNS) resolver, Tenta DNS. This receives and sends the directions to the websites you visit using the secure Transport Layer Security (TLS) protocol

[#] Mon Dec 04 2017 02:22:28 EST from rss

Subject: Fedora 27 Workstation Installation Steps with Screenshots

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Fedora 27 Workstation Installation guide for your laptop and desktop along with Screenshots

[#] Mon Dec 04 2017 04:55:20 EST from rss

Subject: Project ZeroPhone: the ambitious DIY Raspberry Pi phone

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The big question is can you assemble a phone from easily available parts, using cheap boards running Linux?

[#] Mon Dec 04 2017 07:00:31 EST from rss

Subject: Three Laptop Makers Are Disabling Intel ME

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Dell, Purism, and Linux PC vendor System76 are all disabling Intel ME on their laptops.

[#] Mon Dec 04 2017 08:01:31 EST from rss

Subject: Improve your Bash scripts with Argbash

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Do you write or maintain non-trivial bash scripts? If so, you probably want them to accept command-line arguments in a standard and robust way. Fedora recently got a nice addition which can help you produce better scripts. And don’t worry,... Continue Reading →

[#] Mon Dec 04 2017 09:17:46 EST from rss

Subject: Linux Journal, Linux Mint 18.3, DuckDuckGo CLI, Unity Update, & Lots of Swag | This Week in Linux 16

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Video: Linux Journal ceases publication, How to Search DuckDuckGo on the command-line, Unity Maintenance Update, KDE's Roadmap, a PSP Emulator, Ataribox and GameShell, Linux Mint 18.3 and much more.

[#] Mon Dec 04 2017 10:34:02 EST from rss

Subject: MariaDB administration commands for beginners

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MariaDB server is now the default database of RHEL/CentOS 7 onwards.We will now discuss some useful MariaDB administration commands. These are some...

[#] Mon Dec 04 2017 11:50:16 EST from rss

Subject: What's the difference between a fork and clone?

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A recent headline on Hacker News caused a stir (original tweet here):read more

[#] Mon Dec 04 2017 13:06:31 EST from rss

Subject: Arch Linux 2017.12.01 Now Available to Download as the Last ISO Snapshot in 2017

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Fans of the lightweight and highly customizable Arch Linux operating system would be happy to learn that a new ISO snapshot has been made available to download this past weekend.

[#] Mon Dec 04 2017 14:22:47 EST from rss

Subject: Linux - The Unbeatable Choice For Super Computers

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Supercomputers have always been the talk and if you keep yourself updated with that genre of information you must have definitely heard of the Sunway TaihuLight, the Chinese super-computing beast that has topped the charts on top500, a list of the top 500 supercomputers on the planet.

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