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[#] 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.

[#] 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 more

[#] 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.

[#] 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.

[#] 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.

[#] Thu Dec 21 2017 12:20:23 EST from rss

Subject: Linux, Open Source, and Beyond

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Linux is 26 years old, and look what happened in those 26 years: everything. Now what? Linux is both shrinking and expanding.

[#] Thu Dec 21 2017 13:25:24 EST from rss

Subject: Changing how we use Slack solved our transparency and silo problems

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Collaboration and information silos are a reality in most organizations today. People tend to regard them as huge barriers to innovation and organizational efficiency. They're also a favorite target for solutions from software tool vendors of all types.Tools by themselves, however, are seldom (if ever), the answer to a problem like organizational silos. The reason for this is simple: Silos are made of people, and human dynamics are key drivers for the existence of silos in the first place.So what is the answer?read more

[#] Thu Dec 21 2017 14:42:40 EST from rss

Subject: Beginner

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SELinux or Security Enhanced Linux is advanced access control mechanism which was developed by US security agency NSA to prevent malicious intrusions & tempering. It implements MAC (Mandatory Access control) over already present DAC (Discretionary Access Control ) i.e. read, write , execute permissions.

[#] Thu Dec 21 2017 15:59:57 EST from rss

Subject: What Is GNU In GNU/Linux?

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We have been using a lot of free and open source software and often this software is licensed under GNU/GPL. Our very famous Linux Project, the base for tens of modern operating systems, is itself licensed under GNU and is often called GNU/LINUX as it uses most software licensed under GNU.

[#] Thu Dec 21 2017 17:17:12 EST from rss

Subject: How to create mobile-friendly documentation

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I'm not sold on the whole idea of mobile first, but I do know that more people than ever are using mobile devices like smartphones and tablets to get information on the go. That includes online software and hardware documentation, much of which is lengthy and poorly suited for small screens. Often, it doesn't scale properly, and it can be difficult to more

[#] Thu Dec 21 2017 18:34:28 EST from rss

Subject: How to install REDIS server in LInux

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Redis is open source database, precisely, it’s a in-memory data structure store that can be used as a database, cache & message broker. It does not possess the limits offered by the relational database...

[#] Thu Dec 21 2017 19:35:28 EST from rss

Subject: buntu 16.04

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In this tutorial, I will show you step-by-step how to install MediaWiki with Nginx web server on Ubuntu 16.04. I will guide you on how to install and configure the LEMP stack for MediaWiki installation, including generating and configuring new free SSL Letsencrypt for MediaWiki security.

[#] Thu Dec 21 2017 20:51:43 EST from TE commands

Subject: Creating SWAP partition using FDISK & FALLOCATE commands

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Swap-partition holds the memory which is used in case the physical memory (RAM) is full . When RAM capacity has been utilized to maximum , Linux machine moves inactive pages from memory to swap-space which are then used by the system. Though it gets the work done, it should not be considered as a replacement to physical memory/RAM.

[#] Thu Dec 21 2017 22:08:59 EST from rss

Subject: Plugging in on Policy

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Mozilla Tech Policy Fellows continue to lead policy conversations around the world. When Mozilla rolled out a new fellowship focused on tech policy this past June, the goal was to gather some of the world’s top policymakers in tech to continue advancing the important initiatives they were working on in government as fellows with Mozilla.

[#] Thu Dec 21 2017 23:40:29 EST from rss

Subject: Firefox 57's been quietly delaying tracking scripts

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Trying to stop snoops stalling page loads. When Mozilla lobbed Firefox 57 over the fence last month, it introduced an anti-tracking feature without saying anything much about it.

[#] Fri Dec 22 2017 01:27:15 EST from rss

Subject: Who gets the credit?

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The primary goal of the Journal of Open Source Software (JOSS) is to give researchers who develop, contribute to, and maintain open source software a means to get citable credit for their work within today’s research ecosystem. In short, JOSS is a developer-friendly journal for publishing research software packages.

[#] Fri Dec 22 2017 03:00:55 EST from rss

Subject: How to Game Jam

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At the All Things Open 2017 conference, Michael Clayton and I gave a talk about game jams and open source development tools. Here's an overview of our presentation. First, there are many reasons developers love creating games. Here are four great ones: It includes many disciplines, both creative and technical; It offers a tangible, shareable result; It is symbiotic to work; and It's fun!

[#] Fri Dec 22 2017 04:33:19 EST from rss

Subject: Pico-ITX SBC offers TPM and a pair each of M.2 and MIPI-CSI

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Aaeon’s “PICO-APL3” has an Apollo Lake SoC with up to 64GB eMMC, and provides 4x USB, 2x serial, 2x M.2, 2x MIPI-CSI, SATA, GbE, HDMI, eDP, and TPM. Aaeon’s PICO-APL3 has the same choice of Apollo Lake processors, coastline ports, and 100 x 72mm Pico-ITX form factor, as last December’s PICO-APL1. However, it’s otherwise redesigned […]

[#] Fri Dec 22 2017 06:21:06 EST from "rss" <ree Edition >

Subject: Citrix Debuts XenServer 7.3, Removing Some Features from Free Edition

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In an effort to help support the growth of its own business, Citrix has made a tough decision, that Free users will not like. Citrix is taking steps to help advance the commercially supported version of its XenServer virtualization product, while at the same time, removing some capabilities from the free edition of XenServer.

[#] Fri Dec 22 2017 07:57:40 EST from rss

Subject: Improve your code searching skills with pss

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Searching a code base is a part of every day developer activities. From fixing a bug, to learning a new code base or checking how to call an api, being able to quickly navigate your way into a code base... Continue Reading →

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