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[#] Sat Dec 30 2017 09:34:22 EST from rss

Subject: 8 resources for understanding the open source cloud in 2017

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Looking back will always cause you to reflect upon the change you[he]#039[/he]ve seen, and this is certainly the case with this year in open source cloud and enterprise infrastructure software. When many of us first became aware of OpenStack, we saw it largely as just a new way to deploy and manage virtual machines. It was interesting, but it was a natural progression from the tools that came before it. But its potential would be much, much more.

[#] Sat Dec 30 2017 11:51:37 EST from rss

Subject: These are Google Android 8.1s five best features

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Besides numerous security fixes, the latest version of Android includes multiple features that developers will be using to improve your smartphone experience.

[#] Sat Dec 30 2017 14:25:08 EST from rss

Subject: Raspberry Pi sized SBC runs Linux on single-core Cortex-A53 SoC

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Scalys announced a “Grapeboard” SBC that runs Linux on NXP’s single-core -A53 LS1012A SoC, and offers dual GbE and WiFi/BT, plus PCIe, USB 3.0, and SATA via M.2 connectors. Netherlands-based Scalys announced an upcoming Grapeboard SBC that will be more fully illuminated at the CES show Las Vegas, starting Jan. 9. The SBC, which runs […]

[#] Sat Dec 30 2017 16:43:25 EST from rss

Subject: 5 new guides and tutorials for OpenStack

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Will 2018 be the year when you take your skills for cloud operations and development to the next level? If you're interested in excelling in your career, or perhaps finding a new one, and your work involves private or hybrid cloud infrastructure, teaching yourself a thing or two about OpenStack is never a bad more

[#] Sat Dec 30 2017 19:00:40 EST from rss

Subject: LinuxAndUbuntu Review Of Peppermint Linux

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?If somebody is looking for a Linux distro that is lightweight, stable and just works out of the box, then no doubt – Peppermint OS emerges as a better choice. Peppermint OS is a minimalistic masterpiece with the smallest footprint and frugal use of resources is ideal for machines with older hardware. Since its first release in 2010, each version of Peppermint seems to be a little better than the one before.

[#] Sat Dec 30 2017 21:33:11 EST from rss

Subject: Judge Pauline Newman Sides With Microsoft in PTAB Petition (Case Appeal) Against Patents of a Company It's Alleged to Have Copied

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Microsoft fails to stop Biscotti (not a troll), whose patents are being leveraged in the Eastern District of Texas

[#] Sat Dec 30 2017 23:51:26 EST from rss

Subject: Wine 3.0 Gets Fourth Release Candidate, Improves Call of Duty 4 and Zoo Tycoon 2

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It doesn't look like Wine 3.0 will be released by the end of the year, as the development team decided to drop another RC (Release Candidate) milestone instead to fix more bugs.

[#] Sun Dec 31 2017 02:09:42 EST from rss

Subject: How to Install Joomla 3 on Debian 9

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We’ll show you, How to Install Joomla 3 on Debian 9. Joomla is on of the most popular free and open-source CMS (Content Management System) that allows you to easily create and manage dynamic websites.

[#] Sun Dec 31 2017 04:43:31 EST from rss

Subject: The state of Linux security in 2017

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The year is closing, so it is time to review Linux security. Like last year, we look at the state of Linux security. A collection of the finest moments. Did we forget something important? Let us know in the comments. This post will remain updated in the upcoming weeks.

[#] Sun Dec 31 2017 07:06:34 EST from rss

Subject: What Is A Web Crawler? How Web Crawlers work?

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As an avid Internet junkie, you must have for once in your life come across the word Web Crawler. So what is a web crawler, who uses web crawler? How does it work? Let us talk about all of these things in this article.

[#] Sun Dec 31 2017 10:41:04 EST from rss

Subject: How To Sync Time Between Linux And Windows Dual Boot

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Dual Booting has become very common among people trying out different Linux Distributions while still keeping their windows system.

[#] Sun Dec 31 2017 13:06:27 EST from rss

Subject: Happy 48th Birthday Linus Torvalds! Here are 20 Facts About Him

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Some known, some lesser known. Here are 20 facts about the Linus Torvalds, the creator of Linux kernel.

[#] Sun Dec 31 2017 15:24:43 EST from rss to aid Support

Subject: Gentoo-Based Calculate Linux 17.12 New Year's Eve Release Adds SoftRaid Support

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Calculate Linux developer Alexander Tratsevskiy was pleased to announce today the general availability of the Calculate Linux 17.12 computer operating system based on Gentoo Linux.

[#] Sun Dec 31 2017 17:59:15 EST from rss

Subject: Making Vim Even More Awesome With These Cool Features

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?Vim is quite an integral part of Every Linux Distribution and the most useful tool (of course after the terminal) for Linux Users. At least, this theory holds for me. People might argue that for programming, Vim might not be a good choice as there are different IDEs or other sophisticated text editors like Sublime Text 3, Atom etc. which make the programming job pretty easier.

[#] Sun Dec 31 2017 20:17:31 EST from rss

Subject: Linux 4.14.10 and 4.9.73 LTS Kernels Are Available to Download, Update Now

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Renowned Linux kernel maintainer and developer Greg Kroah-Hartman announced a couple of days the release and immediate availability of the Linux 4.14.10 and 4.9.73 LTS kernels.

[#] Sun Dec 31 2017 22:34:46 EST from rss

Subject: How to Generate CSR (Certificate Signing Request) in Linux

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Once a user completes the SSL Certificate purchase process, the very next step is to generate the CSR (known as Certificate Signing Request) and private key. The main purpose of generating CSR is, it turns the information of the website (which is being encrypted) into encrypted form and the private key is used when the Certificate is being installed.

[#] Mon Jan 01 2018 01:22:31 EST from rss

Subject: Ring in New Year 2018 with Manjaro Linux 17.1.0

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Today is the big day -- New Year's Eve! This year, there is actually something very fun you can do while sitting on your couch -- install a Linux distribution! You see, Manjaro Linux 17.1.0 is now ready for download.

[#] Mon Jan 01 2018 04:27:32 EST from rss

Subject: LinuxConsole 2018 Gaming Operating System Released with TORCS and SuperTuxKart

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LinuxConsole developer Yann Le Doaré just informed us on Twitter that he released today LinuxConsole 2018, an independently developed operating system for children and kids.

[#] Mon Jan 01 2018 07:18:20 EST from rss

Subject: Gaps in software slowing down security professionals

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Gaps in software systems are slowing down security teams who are estimated to spend 10 hours a week dealing with the inefficiencies.

[#] Mon Jan 01 2018 10:08:07 EST from rss

Subject: A handy script for translations

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Do you translate blocks of text by copying them and pasting into Google Translate in a browser? If you do, the script explained here might save you a lot of work. The script relies on translate-shell, a wonderful command-line utility written by Mort Yao and available in the repositories of most distros.

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