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[#] Wed Dec 31 1969 19:00:00 EST from rss

Subject: How inner sourcing saved our IT department

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Red Hat is a company with roughly 11,000 employees. The IT department consists of roughly 500 members. Though it makes up just a fraction of the entire organization, the IT department is still sufficiently staffed to have many application service, infrastructure, and operational teams within it. Our purpose is "to enable Red Hatters in all functions to be effective, productive, innovative, and collaborative...

[#] Mon Feb 19 2018 03:20:25 EST from rss

Subject: Google Chrome's Ad Filtering, Intel Expands Bug Bounty Program, GNOME 3.28 Beta and More

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News briefs for February 15, 2018.Starting today, Google Chrome will begin removing ads from sites that don'tfollow the Better AdsStandards. For more info on how Chrome's ad filtering will work, see theChromiumblog.

[#] Mon Feb 19 2018 06:25:11 EST from rss

Subject: Learn to code with Thonny -- a Python IDE for beginners

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Learning to program is hard. Even when you finally get your colons and parentheses right, there is still a big chance that the program doesn[he]#8217[/he]t do what you intended. Commonly, this means you overlooked something or misunderstood a language construct,... Continue Reading [he]#8594[/he]

[#] Mon Feb 19 2018 09:17:33 EST from rss

Subject: Oracle open-sources <code>DTrace</code> under the GPL

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Which makes lots of sysadmins' fave tracing tool cool for LinuxOracle appears to have open-sourced DTrace, the system instrumentation tool that Sun Microsystems created in the early 2000s and which has been beloved of many-a-sysadmin ever since.…

[#] Mon Feb 19 2018 11:50:09 EST from rss

Subject: Linux adduser/addgroup command tutorial for beginners (7 Examples)

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As a Linux system administrator, one of the basic tasks that you'll have to perform is to create accounts for new users and manage user groups. Of course, there are command line utilities that let you do this, and this tutorial, we will discuss the basics of two such commands: adduser and addgroup.

[#] Mon Feb 19 2018 13:23:54 EST from rss

Subject: Efficient Ways To Read The Log Files In Linux.

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2DayGeek: This will help you to read log files efficiently.

[#] Mon Feb 19 2018 15:10:39 EST from rss

Subject: Perl hashes and arrays: The basics

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I get asked from time to time why I enjoy programming in Perl so much. Ask me in person, and I'll wax poetic about the community of people involved in Perl—indeed, I have done so more than once here on already, and I make no secret of the fact that many of my closest friends are Perl more

[#] Mon Feb 19 2018 16:58:56 EST from rss

Subject: How to Install Varnish Reverse Proxy with Nginx on Ubuntu 16.04 LTS

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Varnish is a proxy server focused on HTTP caching. It's designed as HTTP accelerator and can act as reverse proxy for your web server Apache or Nginx. In this tutorial, I will show you how to install and configure varnish HTTP accelerator as a reverse proxy for Nginx web server.

[#] Mon Feb 19 2018 18:30:26 EST from rss

Subject: Rugged, Linux-friendly industrial PC serves up dual PCI or PCIe slots

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Axiomtek’s “IPC962-511-FL” industrial computer offers 6th or 7th Gen Intel CPUs, an extended temperature range, 2x swappable SATA drives, 2x PCI or PCIe expansion slots, and a choice of serial and DIO I/O configurations. Axiomtek’s new IPC962-511-FL that follows the rugged design tradition and multiple PCI/PCIe expansion options of other Intel-based IPC computers, such as its 4th Gen “Haswell” based IPC932-230-FL-ECM.

[#] Mon Feb 19 2018 20:17:11 EST from rss

Subject: How To Make Good Use Of 'grep' Command

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Linux and UNIX systems come with a shell command known as ‘grep’. This simply looks for a specified text, or pattern, in a file or an entire directory. The most common usage is for quickly searching a file for occurrences of a pattern, which can be in plain text, or in the form of a regular expression. Here, the patterns used will be simple text rather than regular expressions.

[#] Mon Feb 19 2018 22:04:57 EST from rss

Subject: The state of AI: 10 eye-opening statistics

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For IT leaders early in their AI talks, consider these recent stats and trends.

[#] Mon Feb 19 2018 23:51:42 EST from rss

Subject: Ansible, Part III: Playbooks

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Playbooks make Ansible even more powerful than before. Ansible goes out of its way to use an easy-to-read configuration file for making "playbooks", which are files full of separate Ansible "tasks". A task is basically an ad-hoc command written out in a configuration file that makes it more organized and easy to expand.

[#] Tue Feb 20 2018 01:24:13 EST from rss

Subject: buntu 16.04

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This guide covers the steps necessary for installing and configuring Odoo using Git source and Python virtualenv on Ubuntu 16.04.

[#] Tue Feb 20 2018 03:12:53 EST from rss

Subject: Kernel patch releases, WineHQ, OpenIndiana project, FreeBSD Unix distribution, Xubuntu community contest

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[#] Tue Feb 20 2018 04:46:23 EST from rss

Subject: How the Grateful Dead were a precursor to Creative Commons licensing

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The Grateful Dead shared the open source view that creative content should be set free, with protections.

[#] Tue Feb 20 2018 06:35:11 EST from rss

Subject: How Linux became my job

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I[he]#039[/he]ve been using open source since what seems like prehistoric times. Back then, there was nothing called social media. There was no Firefox, no Google Chrome (not even a Google), no Amazon, barely an internet. In fact, the hot topic of the day was the new Linux 2.0 kernel. The big technical challenges in those days?

[#] Tue Feb 20 2018 08:21:56 EST from rss

Subject: How to Install Nextcloud on Debian 9 Stretch Linux

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You many have heard of Owncloud. It was the primary solution for open source self hosted cloud storage for quite some time. Unfortunately, due to internal struggles, Owncloud split. Owncloud still remains, but it is currently owned by the people that caused the split. Nextcloud, on the other hand, is run by the original founder and the people who wanted to continue to work with the open source community.

[#] Tue Feb 20 2018 10:08:40 EST from rss

Subject: How to format academic papers on Linux with groff -me

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I was an undergraduate student when I discovered Linux in 1993. I was so excited to have the power of a Unix system right in my dorm room, but despite its many capabilities, Linux lacked applications. Word processors like LibreOffice and OpenOffice were years away. If you wanted to use a word processor, you likely booted your system into MS-DOS and used WordPerfect, the shareware GalaxyWrite, or a similar more

[#] Tue Feb 20 2018 11:24:55 EST from rss

Subject: Securing your Linux web server

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A partial guide to Linux (LAMP) website security through the proper use of system groups, process isolation, and regular audits of your system resources.

[#] Tue Feb 20 2018 12:25:55 EST from rss

Subject: Find Large Files in Linux

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