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[#] Tue Dec 19 2017 05:24:16 EST from rss

Subject: MX Linux 17, Mozilla's Mistake, AMD Open-Sourcing Driver, & Net Neutrality | This Week in Linux 18

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VIDEO: This week we address the FCC rolling back Net Neutrality rules. App News for GIMP, Firejail, mutt and more. Distro News from MX Linux, Kubuntu & Q4OS. Linux Gaming news including Rocket League bugs.

[#] Tue Dec 19 2017 06:43:08 EST from rss

Subject: How to Create a .Desktop File For Your Application in Linux

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Some applications don’t show up in your Application menu. This article shows you how to create a .desktop file in Linux so you can launch your favorite apps from the Application menu.

[#] Tue Dec 19 2017 07:45:10 EST from rss

Subject: Bluetooth Linux Stack Gets Improvements for Bluetooth LE Joypads, Other Devices

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GNOME/Red Hat developer Bastien Nocera reports on the latest Bluetooth improvements that he and his team managed to implement for GNU/Linux distributions lately.

[#] Tue Dec 19 2017 09:01:25 EST from rss

Subject: How to generate webpages using CGI scripts

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Back in the stone age of the Internet when I first created my first business website, life was good.I installed Apache and created a few simple HTML pages that stated a few important things about my business and gave important information like an overview of my product and how to contact me. It was a static website because the content seldom changed. Maintenance was simple because of the unchanging nature of my more

[#] Tue Dec 19 2017 10:18:41 EST from rss

Subject: Surf anonymously: Learn to install TOR network on Linux

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Tor Network is an anonymous network to secure your internet & privacy. Tor network is a group of volunteer operated servers. Tor protects internet communication by bouncing it around a distributed network of relay...

[#] Tue Dec 19 2017 11:36:18 EST from rss

Subject: Kubernetes 1.9 brings beta support for Windows apps

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Kubernetes, the cloud container orchestration program, expands even further and has grown more stable.

[#] Tue Dec 19 2017 12:56:08 EST from rss

Subject: 4 notable open source projects at local maker faire

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The Rochester Mini Maker Faire is an annual event that takes place at the Joseph A. Floreano Riverside Convention Center in Rochester, NY. Each year, makers, creators, artists, and others from upstate New York and beyond show their crafts and creations to the community. Open source tools are popular at the Rochester Mini Maker Faire, where you'll find countless Raspberry Pis, Arduino boards, and open source-powered projects and more

[#] Tue Dec 19 2017 13:58:09 EST from rss

Subject: 4 Easiest Ways To Find Out Process ID (PID) In Linux

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2DayGeek: PID stands for process identification number which helps user to find or kill running program in system.

[#] Tue Dec 19 2017 15:17:26 EST from rss

Subject: Migrating to Linux: Graphical Environments

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In this article, we’ll discuss graphical environments. One of the advantages of Linux is that you have lots of choices, and you can select a graphical interface and customize it to work just the way you like it.

[#] Tue Dec 19 2017 16:33:56 EST from rss

Subject: Create custom wallpaper slideshows in GNOME

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A very cool, yet lesser known, feature in GNOME is its ability to display a slideshow as your wallpaper. You can select a wallpaper slideshow from the background settings panel in the GNOME Control Center. Wallpaper slideshows can be distinguished from static wallpapers by a small clock emblem displayed in the lower-right corner of the more

[#] Tue Dec 19 2017 17:51:11 EST from rss

Subject: Install and Configure Observium Network Monitoring on Debian 9

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Observium is a free and open source Network Management and Monitoring tool that can be used to monitor all of the network devices. It is written in PHP and uses SNMP to collect the data from the connected device and monitor them using a web interface. In this tutorial, we will explain how to install and configure Observium on Debian 9 server.

[#] Tue Dec 19 2017 19:08:27 EST from rss

Subject: Oracle Releases VirtualBox 5.2.4 to Fix GNOME Login Screen Bug with 3D Enabled

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Oracle released on Tuesday a new minor enhancement and bugfix update to the company's open-source and cross-platform VirtualBox virtualization software for Linux, Mac, and Windows systems.

[#] Tue Dec 19 2017 20:09:27 EST from rss

Subject: Kdenlive 17.12.0 Release Brings Bug Fixes to the Famed Linux Video Editor

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The good old Kdenlive video editor just got a bit better with the new maintenance release. One of the best video editors for Linux, Kdenlive has released its most recent version 17.12.0. This may be the last major release that uses the current code base.

[#] Tue Dec 19 2017 21:26:44 EST from rss

Subject: Bolt Will Tackle Thunderbolt 3 Security on Linux

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Ah, you gotta love Red Hat - they're never not busy working on something that might make our lives a little easier. Latest case in point: Thunderbolt 3.

[#] Tue Dec 19 2017 22:43:59 EST from rss

Subject: Kubernetes 1.9 Enables Apps Workloads

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Final release of container orchestration platform for 2017, introduces the general availability of a powerful set of features for stateful workloads.

[#] Wed Dec 20 2017 00:00:14 EST from rss

Subject: Introducing computers and computing in primary schools in Bangladesh

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It’s good to read the recent Dhaka Tribune report that the government is planning to introduce ICT in primary education. The question is: What will be taught? Primary school children in Bangladesh probably have never seen or touched a computer before. Teaching them involves starting at a much more basic level than students in the West, who have generally seen computers at home from a young age.

[#] Wed Dec 20 2017 01:17:30 EST from rss

Subject: How an open culture builds DevOps muscle memory

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An open organization is one that embraces transparency, inclusivity, adaptability, collaboration, and community—eliminating barriers all across your business, including those between development and operations teams. A culture of openness is an essential prerequisite for agile, boundary-breaking activities...

[#] Wed Dec 20 2017 02:33:45 EST from rss

Subject: Flatpak Now Updates Apps from Both System and User Installations by Default

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Alex Larsson released at the end of last week a new stable update of the Flatpak 0.10 Linux application sandboxing and distribution framework (formerly XDG-App) for GNU/Linux distributions.

[#] Wed Dec 20 2017 03:36:09 EST from rss

Subject: Intel launches Gemini Lake SoCs with “Gigabit WiFi”

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Intel’s 14nm “Gemini Lake” Pentium Silver and Celeron SoCs are similar to Apollo Lake, but offer support for HDMI 2.0, VP9, and a speedy Gigabit WiFi. Intel’s “Gemini Lake” follow-on to its Apollo Lake family of Atom, Pentium, and Celeron system-on-chips was first tipped in the third quarter, with more details emerging in early November. […]

[#] Wed Dec 20 2017 07:44:13 EST from rss @

Subject: Debugging with GNOME Builder

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GNOME Builder 3.26 ships a number of new features, including improved symbol searching, inline documentation and integrated debugging. Prior to this, developers could code and compile their program in Builder, but would need to switch to a separate debugger (either... Continue Reading →

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