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[#] Thu Dec 28 2017 16:28:21 EST from rss

Subject: Linux Lite 3.8 Is the Last One to Be Released for Series 3, Coming February 1

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Linux Lite creator Jerry Bezencon announced today the availability of the first Beta release of the upcoming Linux Lite 3.8 GNU/Linux distribution.

[#] Thu Dec 28 2017 18:15:41 EST from rss

Subject: 2017 Year in Review: Kubernetes Enables the Multi-Cloud World

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2017 was a transformational year for the open-source Kubernetes container orchestration project, which is now supported on all three major public cloud providers. Kubernetes is an open-source project that provides container orchestration, deployment and management capabilities.

[#] Thu Dec 28 2017 20:03:28 EST from rss

Subject: New ibm linux-only mainframe delivers breakthrough security for next-gen applications

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A key feature of the new LinuxONE Emperor II, IBM Secure Service Container is an exclusive LinuxONE technology that represents a significant leap forward in data privacy and security capabilities. Last year, more than four billion data records were lost or stolen, a 556 percent increase over 2015 1.

[#] Thu Dec 28 2017 21:50:12 EST from rss

Subject: Linux wc Command Explained for Beginners (6 Examples)

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While working on the command line, sometimes you may want to access the number of words, byte counts, or even newlines in a file. If you are looking for a tool to do this, you'll be glad to know that in Linux, there exists a command line utility - dubbed wc.

[#] Thu Dec 28 2017 23:36:57 EST from rss

Subject: Top 10 Microsoft Visio Alternatives for Linux

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If you are looking for a good Visio viewer in Linux, here are some alternatives to Microsoft Visio that you can use in Linux.

[#] Fri Dec 29 2017 01:23:42 EST from rss

Subject: buntu 16.04

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We will show you how to create and delete a user on Ubuntu 16.04. By default, when your server is created for the first time, only a root user account is created. This root account has access to all the files and commands on the system.

[#] Fri Dec 29 2017 03:11:06 EST from rss

Subject: Dual Boot Ubuntu And Arch Linux

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?Dual booting Ubuntu and Arch Linux is not as easy as it sounds, however, I’ll make the process as easy as possible with much clarity. First, we will need to install Ubuntu then Arch Linux since it's much easier configuring the Ubuntu grub to be able to dual boot Ubuntu and Arch Linux.

[#] Fri Dec 29 2017 04:57:51 EST from rss

Subject: The KDE Community in 2017

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It's the time of year for recaps. We already talked about the advancements in KDE's software, and it makes sense we talk about that first. To many people and for many years, "KDE" was synonymous with a desktop environment and its applications. That is, KDE was its software.

[#] Fri Dec 29 2017 06:45:38 EST from rss @

Subject: Container Basics: Terms You Need to Know

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In the previous article, we talked about what containers are and how they breed innovation and help companies move faster. And, in the following articles in this series, we will discuss how to use them. Before we dive more deeply into the topic, however, we need to understand some of the terms and commands used in the container world. Without a confident grasp of this terminology, things could get confusing.

[#] Fri Dec 29 2017 08:34:24 EST from rss

Subject: Chromebooks Will Soon Support Parallel Android Apps with the Chrome OS 64 Update

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Google is reportedly bringing support for running multiple Android apps simultaneously on Chromebooks with an upcoming update of their Chrome OS Linux-based operating system.

[#] Fri Dec 29 2017 10:36:24 EST from rss

Subject: Tips and resources for learning Kubernetes

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If you read Kubernetes' description—"an open source system for automating deployment, scaling, and management of containerized applications" —you may think that getting started with Kubernetes is quite a daunting feat. But there are a number of great resources out there that make it easier to learn this container orchestration more

[#] Fri Dec 29 2017 12:26:12 EST from rss

Subject: Excellent Free Roguelike Games

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This article compiles a wide selection of roguelike games available for Linux. If you enjoy addictive gameplay with real intensity, I heartily recommended downloading these games. Don’t be put off by the primitive graphics offered by many of the games, you’ll soon forget the visuals once you get immersed in playing. Remember, in roguelikes game mechanics tend to be the primary focus, with graphics being a welcome, but not essential, addition.

[#] Fri Dec 29 2017 14:03:49 EST from rss

Subject: Best of 2017: command line & terminal articles

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It has been a full year here at the Fedora Magazine, and now it is nearing its end, we are looking back at some of the awesome content from our contributors. We feature many articles throughout the year that are... Continue Reading →

[#] Fri Dec 29 2017 15:53:36 EST from rss

Subject: Open source, sandwich-style CubieAIO SBCs tap the Actions S700 and S500

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CubieTech unveiled Actions Sx00 based CubieAIO-S700 and -S500 SBCs and opened global sales of the CubieBoard6, which like the recent CubieBoard7, also uses Actions SoCs. CubieTech’ CubieBoard line of open source ARM SBCs was once a major contender in the hacker board market, but there hasn’t been much shaking over the last few years. That […]

[#] Fri Dec 29 2017 17:56:24 EST from rss

Subject: buntu 17.10

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Some basic and some interesting GNOME customization tips to get more out of your Ubuntu 17.10 desktop.

[#] Fri Dec 29 2017 19:43:09 EST from rss

Subject: The source code is the license

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You can find the license information for open source software by looking at the source code. Different views, or reports, of that license information can be generated to address differing more

[#] Fri Dec 29 2017 21:45:09 EST from rss

Subject: Set Ubuntu Derivatives Back to Default with Resetter

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Resetter is a new tool (written by Canadian developer that goes by the name “gaining”), written in Python and pyqt, that will reset Ubuntu, Linux Mint (and a few other, Ubuntu-based distributions) back to stock configurations. Resetter offers two different reset options: Automatic and Custom. With the Automatic option, the tool will:

[#] Fri Dec 29 2017 23:32:56 EST from llwinner H6

Subject: Latest $20 Orange Pi runs Android 7.0 on new Allwinner H6

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The video-focused “Orange Pi One Plus” updates the Orange Pi One design with a new, 10-bit HDR 4K enabled quad -A53 Allwinner H6 SoC with Mali-T720, and provides GbE and HDMI 2.0 ports. Shenzhen Xunlong has updated its $10, two-year old Orange Pi One SBC with a similarly open source, $20 Orange Pi One Plus […]

[#] Sat Dec 30 2017 01:20:41 EST from rss

Subject: Top open source solutions for designers and artists from 2017

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Sometimes it seems no one will take you seriously in the art world should you dare deviate from the prescribed toolset of a "real artist," but they used to say the same thing about Linux in the server room, on phones, and on laptops, and here we are today running the internet, Android, and Chromebooks on more

[#] Sat Dec 30 2017 03:23:23 EST from rss

Subject: 2017 in Review: Five New Linux Kernels Debut

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Year after year, Linux development continues to move forward and 2017 was no exception. Over the course of 2017, five major Linux kernel milestones were released, providing new driver support and expanded functionality.

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