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[#] Wed Dec 20 2017 09:00:28 EST from rss

Subject: How to use your entire CPU in Bash with parallel

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When CPU bound jobs are run in bash, such as gzipping log files, they will get compressed sequentially on a single CPU core. This guide explores how to use parallel to utilize every CPU core.

https://bash-prompt.net/guides/parallell-bash/

[#] Wed Dec 20 2017 10:16:43 EST from rss

Subject: Linux Mint 18.3 Cinnamon - quick screenshot tour

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The Linux Mint team continues to release fresh versions of their operating system approximately every 6 month, following the updates in Ubuntu LTS versions. You could read the quick screenshot overview of Linux Mint 18.2 Cinnamon back in July 2017. It is now turn of Linux Mint 18.3 Cinnamon. Let's have a whistle-stop tour through it.

http://linuxblog.darkduck.com/2017/12/linux-mint-183-cinnamon.html

[#] Wed Dec 20 2017 11:33:59 EST from rss

Subject: Image manipulation using ImageMagick and Perl

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PerlMagick is a Perl module that allows users to create scripts using various ImageMagick commands. Most users might do this for batch processing, maybe even some serial batch processing. In this article, I’ll show a project I did for my own purposes while I was working as a neurologist.read more

https://opensource.com/article/17/12/image-manipulation-image-magick-perl

[#] Wed Dec 20 2017 12:50:14 EST from rss

Subject: Scheduling important jobs with CRONTAB

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In this tutorial we will learn to use an important Linux utility named ‘Crontab’. With the help of Crontab or cron, we can execute a command or a script to run at...

http://linuxtechlab.com/scheduling-important-jobs-crontab/

[#] Wed Dec 20 2017 16:23:06 EST from rss

Subject: Why Red Hat is Bullish on Containers

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Red Hat CEO Jim Whitehurst is very optimistic about the future of containers, as organizations of all sizes move to the new approach for application deployment and delivery. Whitehurst was repeatedly asked by financial analysts during Red Hat's third quarter fiscal 2018 earnings call about the opportunity for containers and he was consistently bullish.

https://www.serverwatch.com/server-news/why-red-hat-is-bullish-on-containers.html

[#] Wed Dec 20 2017 17:46:56 EST from rss

Subject: How to extract content from compressed files on Linux

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How to easily extract content from compressed Linux files — without having to memorize a suite of syntactical options. The easiest way to extract the content of compressed files (and compressed archives) on Linux is to prepare a script that both recognizes files by type and uses the proper commands for extracting their contents.

https://www.networkworld.com/article/3244007/linux/extracting-from-compressed-files-on-linux.html

[#] Wed Dec 20 2017 18:50:29 EST from rss

Subject: Ubuntu 18.04 LTS (Bionic Beaver) Server Edition Won't Ship with a 32-Bit ISO

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Canonical engineer Josh Powers posted a message today on the ubuntu-server mailing list to confirm the removal of the 32-bit (i386) daily ISO images of Ubuntu Server starting with Ubuntu 18.04 LTS.

http://news.softpedia.com/news/ubuntu-18-04-lts-bionic-beaver-server-edition-won-t-ship-with-a-32-bit-iso-519071.shtml

[#] Wed Dec 20 2017 20:07:45 EST from rss

Subject: 6 LibreOffice Tips To Get More Out of It

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There is little doubt that LibreOffice is the best open source office product out there. While you might use it from writing documents, creating spreadsheets or making presentations, there are a few tricks you can use to get more out of it.

https://itsfoss.com/libreoffice-tips/

[#] Wed Dec 20 2017 21:24:01 EST from rss

Subject: Linux-driven IoT gateway hooks up to Google Cloud analytics

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SolidRun’s “ClearCloud 8K” IoT gateway runs Linux on its quad -A72 MacchiatoBIN SBC with 1-, 2.5-, and 10GbE ports, and links to Google Cloud IoT Core. SolidRun has launched a MacchiatoBIN ClearCloud 8K IoT gateway appliance with built-in software for connecting to Google’s beta-level Cloud IoT Core analytics service (see farther below).

http://linuxgizmos.com/linux-driven-io-gateway-hooks-up-to-google-cloud-analytics/

[#] Wed Dec 20 2017 22:41:16 EST from rss

Subject: LiFT Scholarship Winners Put Linux Skills to Work Helping Others

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Marie Drottar, 62, of the United States, is one of two recipients of the 2017 Linux Foundation Training (LiFT) Scholarships in the Women in Open Source category. The LiFT scholarships provide advanced training in open source to existing and aspiring IT professionals globally.

https://www.linux.com/blog/lift/2017/12/lift-scholarship-winners-put-linux-skills-work-helping-others

[#] Wed Dec 20 2017 23:58:33 EST from rss

Subject: Ubuntu 17.10 Corrupts the BIOS of Some Lenovo Laptops, Respin ISOs Coming Soon

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Lubuntu developer Simon Quigley informs us that many users are reporting corrupt BIOS on their Lenovo laptops when attempting to install the latest Ubuntu 17.10 (Artful Aardvark) operating system.

http://news.softpedia.com/news/ubuntu-17-10-corrupts-the-bios-of-some-lenovo-laptops-respin-isos-coming-soon-519060.shtml

[#] Thu Dec 21 2017 00:59:33 EST from rss

Subject: Firefox is Now on Amazon Fire TV Happy Holiday Watching

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As many of us prepare to be with families and close friends for the holidays, I’m excited to announce that Mozilla is bringing the speed of Firefox and the power of the web onto the TV with an established family of streaming media devices, just in time for the holidays.

https://blog.mozilla.org/blog/2017/12/20/firefox-is-now-on-amazon-fire-tv-happy-holiday-watching/

[#] Thu Dec 21 2017 02:16:48 EST from rss

Subject: 5 must-read sysadmin articles from 2017

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Choosing the "best of" anything is always challenging, and choosing Opensource.com[he]#039[/he]s best sysadmin articles from 2017 is no exception. We had a lot of great articles this year, and it was fun and interesting to go back and read them. Eventually, I was able to narrow down the many choices to the five listed here.

https://opensource.com/article/17/12/top-5-sysadmin-articles-2017

[#] Thu Dec 21 2017 03:35:44 EST from rss

Subject: Canonical Makes It Easier to Install Spotify for Linux on Ubuntu, Other Distros

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Canonical announced today that it has managed to port the proprietary Spotify for Linux desktop client to its Snap universal binary format for all supported Ubuntu Linux releases and other Snappy-enabled GNU/Linux distros.

http://news.softpedia.com/news/canonical-makes-it-easier-to-install-spotify-for-linux-on-ubuntu-other-distros-519068.shtml

[#] Thu Dec 21 2017 04:51:59 EST from rss

Subject: How to Set up Nginx High Availability with Pacemaker and Corosync on CentOS 7

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In this tutorial, we will guide you step by step on how to create a High Availability Cluster Nginx Web Server with Pacemaker, Corosync, and Pcsd. We will create the Active-Passive Cluster or Failover-cluster Nginx web server using Pacemaker on a CentOS 7 system.

https://www.howtoforge.com/tutorial/how-to-set-up-nginx-high-availability-with-pacemaker-corosync-on-centos-7/

[#] Thu Dec 21 2017 06:08:14 EST from rss

Subject: nexpectedly

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The thing about Linux is that anyone can model it to their choice, this has led to many users/teams creating their own customized distributions. Since there is no fully fledged organization behind them, some of them are not able to sustain development. This may lead to the discontinuation of the project. So here in this article, let us have a look at some Linux distributions that discontinued unexpectedly.

http://www.linuxandubuntu.com/home/linux-distros-that-discontinued-unexpectedly

[#] Thu Dec 21 2017 07:11:17 EST from rss

Subject: Who drives culture in DevOps?

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Culture is an important part of DevOps, so many organizations have put an enormous amount of effort into trying to figure out what makes a great team. Google formed an entire initiative, called Project Aristotle, to study this question. The answer wasn't free lunches, great benefits, or wonderful salaries. Rather, Google's research determined that culture played a significant role in effective teams, particularly culture around creating physiological safety.read more

https://opensource.com/article/17/12/who-drives-culture-devops

[#] Thu Dec 21 2017 08:29:33 EST from rss

Subject: LibreOffice 5.4.4 Released with 83 Fixes, LibreOffice 5.3 Users Urged to Upgrade

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The Document Foundation announced on Wednesday the release and immediate availability for download of the fourth maintenance update to the LibreOffice 5.4 office suite series.

http://news.softpedia.com/news/libreoffice-5-4-4-released-with-83-fixes-libreoffice-5-3-users-urged-to-upgrade-519066.shtml

[#] Thu Dec 21 2017 09:45:48 EST from rss

Subject: How to schedule tasks using at command on Linux

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During the administration of a system, being able to schedule a task for a later execution it's one crucial ability: to perform a backup of a database for example, or perhaps to run a maintenance script. Less known than cron or anacron, the at program let us do this in a pretty easy way: in this tutorial we will learn how to use it and how it is different from the programs mentioned above.

https://linuxconfig.org/how-to-schedule-tasks-using-at-command-on-linux

[#] Thu Dec 21 2017 11:02:04 EST from rss

Subject: The Libretro Team and other emulators are being ripped off by companies trying to make a quick buck

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This is sad, very sad. A developer from The Libretro Team has written up a blog post on the libretro site asking for us and others to highlight an ongoing problem of open source code getting ripped off.

https://www.gamingonlinux.com/articles/the-libretro-team-and-other-emulators-are-being-ripped-off-by-companies-trying-to-make-a-quick-buck.10923?module=articles_full&title=the-libretro-team-and-other-emulators-are-being-ripped-off-by-companies-trying-to-m

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