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[#] Tue Jan 23 2018 23:09:08 EST from rss

Subject: Top Linux And Open Source Stories Of Year 2017

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The year 2017 has been an eventful year for open source community with highs and lows throughout the year. Open source and Linux continue to dominate with their presence from the mobile phones to supercomputers. Let's quickly go through some of the major events in the year 2017.

[#] Wed Jan 24 2018 00:56:12 EST from rss

Subject: Rediscovering make: automatic variables

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Despite its simplicity, automatic variables are very convenient when writing non-trivial makefiles. This article covers what they are and how to use them.

[#] Wed Jan 24 2018 02:27:42 EST from rss

Subject: Data Center Network Software Startup Cumulus Raises $43M

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Cumulus is credited with developing the first Linux operating system for data center network hardware. Over the last four years the company has partnered with Dell, Hewlett Packard Enterprise, and Mellanox to bring its operating system to their network switches.

[#] Wed Jan 24 2018 03:59:55 EST from rss

Subject: Valve Releases Big SteamOS Update with Linux Kernel 4.14, New Nvidia/AMD Drivers

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Valve released today a new stable update of its Debian-based SteamOS gaming operating system that brings a new kernel version, new Nvidia and AMD drivers, and lots of up-to-date components.

[#] Wed Jan 24 2018 05:46:40 EST from rss

Subject: Linus Rants, Cryptojacking Protection, openSUSE and Games

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News updates from January 23, 2018. Linus Torvalds slams Intel's Spectre and Meltdown patches, calling them"COMPLETE and UTTER GARBAGE".

[#] Wed Jan 24 2018 07:20:12 EST from rss @

Subject: Hardkernel updates Odroid NAS platform

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Hardkernel has launched a Linux-powered, open source $54 “Odroid-HC2” NAS platform with an SBC based on the octa-core Odroid-XU4 that features SATA III, plus a stackable metal frame to store a 2.5 inch HDD/SSD or 3.5-inch HDD.

[#] Wed Jan 24 2018 08:51:54 EST from rss

Subject: How to add GitHub and Docker custom items to ONLYOFFICE

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ONLYOFFICE is an open source solution that combines powerful online document editors and broad collaborative capabilities: mail and chat, blogs, forums, CRM, projects, calendar, and more. ONLYOFFICE Community Server is the collaborative system distributed under the GNU Affero General Public License.

[#] Wed Jan 24 2018 10:09:10 EST from rss

Subject: LunarG releases 'DevSim' a tool for developers to test their Vulkan API implementation in various configurations

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[#] Wed Jan 24 2018 11:25:26 EST from lternative?

Subject: Meltdown And Spectre Processor Vulnerabilities: Is It Time To Revive Open Source Alternative?

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The beginning of the year 2018 brought new challenges in the form of Specter and Meltdown vulnerabilities in most of the processor architectures. In layman terms, both of these vulnerabilities allow hackers to steal sensitive data like passwords. This vulnerability is applicable to Intel, AMD, and ARM. This means the problem is universal as it affects almost all devices ranging from embedded devices, smartphones, desktops, and servers to supercomputers.

[#] Wed Jan 24 2018 12:41:50 EST from rss

Subject: buntu 16.04

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Open Real Estate is a free and open source software application that can be used for building websites of real estate agencies and realtors. Open Real Estate enables you to use multiple languages and currencies on the real estate website making it easy to use for users from different countries. In this tutorial, we will learn how to install Open Real Estate on Ubuntu 16.04.

[#] Wed Jan 24 2018 13:59:06 EST from rss

Subject: What

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Nitrux OS 1.0.7 is the latest release of Nitrux OS, it now available to download and install on your PC/laptop. Nitrux is a Linux distribution based on Ubuntu suitable for laptops and desktop computers. Nitrux provides all the benefits of the Ubuntu operating system combined with a focus on portable, distributable application formats like AppImages.

[#] Wed Jan 24 2018 15:15:21 EST from rss

Subject: 4 cool new projects to try in COPR for January

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COPR is a collection of personal repositories for software that isn’t carried in Fedora. Some software doesn’t conform to standards that allow easy packaging. Or it may not meet other Fedora standards, despite being free and open source. COPR can... Continue Reading →

[#] Wed Jan 24 2018 16:16:42 EST from rss

Subject: Linux mkdir Command Explained for Beginners (with examples)

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At any given time on the command line, you are in a directory. So it speaks for itself how integral directories are to the command line. In Linux, while the rm command lets you delete directories, it's the mkdir command that allows you create them in the first place.

[#] Wed Jan 24 2018 17:32:58 EST from rss

Subject: What Is bashrc and Why Should You Edit It

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There are a number of hidden files tucked away in your Linux’s home directory. One of them is .bashrc up near the top of your hidden files. What is bashrc, and why is editing bashrc useful? Let’s find out.

[#] Wed Jan 24 2018 18:49:12 EST from rss

Subject: Moving to Linux from dated Windows machines

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Every day, while working in the marketing department at ONLYOFFICE, I see Linux users discussing our office productivity software on the internet. Our products are popular among Linux users, which made me curious about using Linux as an everyday work tool. My old Windows XP-powered computer was an obstacle to performance, so I started reading about Linux systems (particularly Ubuntu) and decided to try it out as an experiment. Two of my colleagues joined more

[#] Wed Jan 24 2018 20:05:36 EST from rss

Subject: How to install PHP (7 or 7.2) on Ubuntu

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Detailed instructions on how to install and configure PHP 7 and PHP 7.2 on Ubuntu. PHP 7.2 is the latest stable release.

[#] Wed Jan 24 2018 21:21:50 EST from rss

Subject: Migrating to Linux: The Command Line

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New to Linux? Learn how to easily list, move, and edit files at the command line in this tutorial...

[#] Wed Jan 24 2018 22:38:05 EST from rss

Subject: Google Chrome 64 Rolls Out to Desktops with Meltdown and Spectre Patches

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Google has promoted its Chrome 64 web browser to the stable channel today for Linux, Mac, and Windows platforms, finally bringing the patches for the Meltdown and Spectre timing attacks.

[#] Wed Jan 24 2018 23:54:29 EST from rss

Subject: LimeSDR Mini/RPi Zero mashup may be worlds smallest DVB transmitter

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Lime Microsystems anounced an open source prototype hack that combines a LimeSDR Mini board, a Raspberry Pi Zero, and a PiCam, and is billed as one of the world’s smallest DVB (digital video broadcasting) transmitters.

[#] Thu Jan 25 2018 01:10:43 EST from rss

Subject: Threading in Python

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Threads can provide concurrency, even if they're not truly parallel. In this article, I focus on one of those forms that has a reputation for being particularly frustrating for many developers: threading. I explore the ways you can use threads in Python and the limitations the language puts upon you when doing so.

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