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[#] 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.

[#] Mon Jan 01 2018 12:55:52 EST from rss

Subject: Linus Torvalds Wishes Everyone a Happy New Year, Releases Linux Kernel 4.15 RC6

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Linus Torvalds Wishes Everyone a Happy New Year, Releases Linux Kernel 4.15 RC6

[#] Mon Jan 01 2018 15:44:38 EST from rss

Subject: Using Audacity to digitize LP records

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November rains have given way to December sunshine, Pacific Northwest-style—fog, that is. Fog so wet it drips, so a newcomer could be forgiven for thinking it’s more

[#] Mon Jan 01 2018 18:34:25 EST from rss

Subject: buntu 16.04

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In this tutorial, we will explain how to install and configure OctoberCMS on Ubuntu 16.04 server. OctoberCMS is a free, open source and self hosted content management system written in PHP and based on the Laravel framework.

[#] Mon Jan 01 2018 21:37:52 EST from rss

Subject: Arch Linux Kicks Off 2018 with First Snapshot Powered by Linux Kernel 4.14 LTS

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Arch Linux devs don't have time to rest either, so they're kicking off the new year with the first ISO snapshot for 2018, bringing up-to-date components and latest security fixes.

[#] Tue Jan 02 2018 00:26:38 EST from rss

Subject: 27 open solutions to everything in education

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Openness (from open source software, to open hardware, to open principles) is changing the paradigm of education. So, to celebrate all that[he]#039[/he]s gone on this year, I collected 27 of the best articles published on in 2017 on the subject. I divided them into broad themes, rather than ordering them by popularity.

[#] Tue Jan 02 2018 01:42:53 EST from rss

Subject: Biggest Linux News Stories of 2017

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Taking a look back to some of the biggest news stories of the year 2017.

[#] Tue Jan 02 2018 02:59:08 EST from rss

Subject: Debian-Based siduction Linux Brings Easy SSH Handling to Its First 2018 Release

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The Debian-based siduction Linux operating system has been updated today to version 2018.1.0, the first ISO images for the new year, which bring quite a lot of new features and improvements.

[#] Tue Jan 02 2018 04:15:34 EST from rss

Subject: Best of 2017: Top 27 articles and resources

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In 2017, published more than 1,000 articles and welcomed more than 200 new writers. Let[he]#039[/he]s look back at some reader-favorites from 2017. I[he]#039[/he]ve picked the top 22 articles and selected the top five resources we[he]#039[/he]ve added to the site this year.

[#] Tue Jan 02 2018 05:48:05 EST from rss

Subject: Fix Windows and Linux Showing Different Times When Dual Booting

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If your system dual boots both Windows and Linux, you might notice that it’s impossible to get the system clocks to sync. Fortunately, there’s a relatively easy fix for that.

[#] Tue Jan 02 2018 07:06:23 EST from rss

Subject: Happy New Year- Welcome to Linux Journal 2.0!

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Talk about a Happy New Year. The reason: it turns out we're not dead. In fact, we're more alive than ever, thanks to a rescue by readers—specifically, by the hackers who run Private Internet Access (PIA) VPN, a London Trust Media company.

[#] Tue Jan 02 2018 09:54:07 EST from rss

Subject: Using telnet to debug connection problems

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If you have ever had the frustrating experience of failing to get a client application to connect to a server the telnet command provides a simple and fast method of debugging where the problem lies.

[#] Tue Jan 02 2018 11:10:22 EST from rss

Subject: The January 2018 Issue of the PCLinuxOS Magazine

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The PCLinuxOS Magazine staff is pleased to announce the release of the January 2018 issue.

[#] Tue Jan 02 2018 12:11:22 EST from rss

Subject: Tar command : Compress & Decompress the filesdirectories

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One of the most performed functions during day to day activities of a system admin is data archiving or data compression/Decompression. And normally we use ‘tar’ command to do so but there are other...

[#] Tue Jan 02 2018 13:27:37 EST from rss

Subject: Best open source tutorials in 2017

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A well-written tutorial is a great supplement to any software's official documentation. It can also be an effective alternative if that official documentation is poorly written, incomplete, or non-existent.In 2017, published a number of excellent tutorials on a variety of topics. Those tutorials weren't just for experts. We aimed them at users of all levels of skill and experience.Let's take a look at the best of those more

[#] Tue Jan 02 2018 14:28:37 EST from rss

Subject: Best Linux Music Players To Stream Online Music

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?For all the music lovers, what better way to enjoy music and relax than to stream your music online. Below are some of the best Linux music players out there you can use to stream music online and how you can get them running on your machine. It will be worth your while.

[#] Tue Jan 02 2018 15:47:55 EST from rss

Subject: Hyperledger 3 years later: That's the sound of the devs... working on the chain ga-a-ang

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But is anyone actually using it?The Linux Foundation’s Hyperledger project was announced in December 2015. When Apache Web server daddy Brian Behlendorf took the helm five months later, the Foundation’s blockchain baby was still embryonic. He called it “day zero.”…

[#] Tue Jan 02 2018 16:49:23 EST from rss

Subject: Eelo: A Google-less Android alternative emerges

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Dislike Apple's iPhone proprietary software with its battery malware? Tired of having Google look over your shoulder on Android? You're not alone. Gaël Duval, creator of the popular early Linux distribution, Mandrake Linux, is sick and tired of both, so he's building his own Android-based mobile operating system: eelo, an easy-to-use, Google-free, pro-privacy Android clone for your smartphone.

[#] Tue Jan 02 2018 17:50:23 EST from rss

Subject: Linux resolutions for 2018

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It’s always a good idea to start a new year with renewed intentions to be even better users and administrators of our Linux systems. For auld lang syne (for the sake of old times), let's touch on some of the ways we might improve our system practices in 2018.

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