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[#] Wed Dec 06 2017 11:07:54 EST from rss

Subject: Puppy Linux 7.5 Released with UEFI Support, Linux 4.4 and 4.9 LTS Kernels

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Philip Broughton of the Puppy Linux team announced today the release and immediate availability of the Puppy Linux 7.5 operating system for 32-bit and 64-bit computers.

[#] Wed Dec 06 2017 12:24:09 EST from rss

Subject: Top 20 GNOME Extensions You Should Be Using Right Now

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You can enhance the capacity of your GNOME desktop with extensions. Here, we list the best GNOME extensions to save you the trouble of finding them on your own.

[#] Wed Dec 06 2017 13:25:09 EST from rss

Subject: NETSTAT Command: Learn to use netstat with examples

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Netstat is a command line utility that tells us about all the tcp/udp/unix socket connections on our system. It provides list of all connections that are currently established or are in waiting state. This..

[#] Wed Dec 06 2017 14:41:24 EST from rss

Subject: Getting started with Turtl, an open source alternative to Evernote

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Just about everyone I know takes notes, and many people use an online note-taking application like Evernote, Simplenote, or Google Keep. Those are all good tools, but you have to wonder about the security and privacy of your information—especially in light of Evernote's privacy flip-flop of 2016. If you want more control over your notes and your data, you really need to turn to an open source more

[#] Wed Dec 06 2017 15:42:24 EST from rss

Subject: How to use DNSenum to scan your server's DNS records

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It's important to regularly test any public-facing server to see which information it's making available. That information is important to attackers. They can use it to put together a picture of your server, what's running on it, and which exploits might work against it.

[#] Wed Dec 06 2017 16:44:25 EST from rss

Subject: se on Linux

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LibreOffice and WPS Office are two common MS Office alternatives for Linux. We take a look here at both and see which is more suited for your Linux desktop.

[#] Wed Dec 06 2017 18:02:35 EST from rss

Subject: Make Firefox Quantum look native in Fedora 27

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You may already know about the introduction of Firefox Quantum in Fedora. Since Quantum brought changes to the extension marketplace, you may wonder how to get it to look like a native Fedora app. Enter client side decoration. This article... Continue Reading →

[#] Wed Dec 06 2017 19:03:35 EST from rss

Subject: Virtualbox Vs. Container

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We have been using virtualization for quite some time now and unless you have been living under a rock, Docker containers have also been in the game for well over 4 years. Before we even begin discussing how they are different and unique from each other, let us get a short explanation of each of them.

[#] Wed Dec 06 2017 20:19:50 EST from rss

Subject: Portainer

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Portainer (formerly known as DockerUI) is a simple, lightweight, yet powerful docker management GUI.

[#] Wed Dec 06 2017 21:21:51 EST from rss

Subject: Boffins foresee most software written by machines in 2040

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But people will still play a role in crafting codeBoffins at the Department of Energy's Oak Ridge National Laboratory speculate that by 2040 advances in AI disciplines like machine learning and natural language processing will shift most software code creation from people to machines.…

[#] Wed Dec 06 2017 22:53:22 EST from rss

Subject: How to Use the Date Command in Linux

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In this post, we will show you some examples on how to use the date command in Linux. The date command can be used to print or set the system date and time.

[#] Thu Dec 07 2017 00:09:36 EST from rss

Subject: Google Releases Chrome 63 for Linux, Mac, and Windows, Fixes 37 Security Issues

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Google on Wednesday promoted the Chrome 63 web browser to the stable channel for all supported operating systems, including GNU/Linux, macOS, and Microsoft Windows.

[#] Thu Dec 07 2017 01:26:53 EST from rss

Subject: Running storage services on Kubernetes

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With the advent of containers, it's a good time to rethink storage completely. As applications now consist of volatile sets of loosely coupled microservices running in containers, ever-changing in scale, constantly being updated and re-deployed, and always evolving, the traditional mindset of serving storage and data services must change.

[#] Thu Dec 07 2017 02:44:08 EST from rss

Subject: CoreOS Tectonic 1.8 unites container management across clouds

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Kubernetes can free users from being locked into a single cloud, and CoreOS wants to help them do this with its release of Tectonic 1.8. Kubernetes is now -- no question about it -- the dominant cloud orchestration program. With Amazon Web Services (AWS) giving Kubernetes native support, all major clouds now support Kubernetes.

[#] Thu Dec 07 2017 04:00:49 EST from rss

Subject: Open source, Rockchip-based SBC offers up to 4GB DDR4

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Libre Computer’s open source, $35-and-up “Renegade” SBC is a Raspberry Pi clone that runs Linux or Android 7.1 on a Rockchip RK3328 with up to 4GB DDR4. Earlier this year, Libre Computer went to Kickstarter to fund its quad -A53 Amlogic S905X based Le Potato SBC, and it’s a third the way toward its $100K KS goal for its Allwinner-based Tritium board with 37 days left.

[#] Thu Dec 07 2017 05:32:19 EST from rss

Subject: 10 must-read DevOps resources

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Continuous learning is a key component of DevOps and digital transformation. If you are not learning from your day-to-day operations, your operational mindset will never change. If you don't put effort into pushing the limits of each team member's mind, your team will never reach its fullest potential. To quote Andrew Clay Shafer: "You are either building a learning organization, or you will be losing to someone who is."

[#] Thu Dec 07 2017 06:50:37 EST from rss

Subject: Rugged Kaby Lake PC travels by road, rail, or the briny deep

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Axiomtek’s “tBOX500-510-FL” transportation PC has a Kaby Lake U-series CPU, 2x swappable SATA III bays, 3x mini-PCIe, modular I/O, and -40 to 70°C support. The tBOX500-510-FL is a scaled back version of Axiomtek’s similarly Intel Kaby Lake U-series based tBOX324-894-FL. Designed for vehicle, railway, and marine transportation applications, the tBOX500-510-FL runs Linux or Windows 10 […]

[#] Thu Dec 07 2017 08:08:53 EST from rss

Subject: Top 15 resources for learning JavaScript

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HTML, cascading stylesheets (CSS), and JavaScript have experienced massive growth and evolution over the past two decades, which should come as no surprise given the ever-expanding role of the internet in our lives. JavaScript development has come a long way since the early 1990s and IBM's famous commercial depicting business' early recognition of the internet's significance. That commercial forever changed the role of the web more

[#] Thu Dec 07 2017 14:03:42 EST from rss

Subject: buntu 16.04

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In this tutorial, we will show you how to step-by-step install Askbot Django App using uWSGI and Nginx Web server, and we will be using Ubuntu 16.04 Xenial Xerus as our main operating system. Askbot is an open source software for creating Q&A forum based on Python Django Framework. It's similar to other Q&A systems like StackOverflow and Yahoo Answers.

[#] Thu Dec 07 2017 14:49:27 EST from rss

Subject: 8 Holiday Projects with Raspberry Pi and Arduino

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The best way to celebrate the coldest, darkest time of year is to build fun Raspberry Pi and Arduino projects. These projects will light up the gloomiest gloom, fill your days with fun and your heart with joy, and all without draining your pocketbook. You can control lights and music, build a retro gaming console, build a cool weather station, build a photo frame, or just learn the basics and fiddle around randomly.

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