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[#] Fri Jan 26 2018 03:12:34 EST from rss

Subject: Chrome 64, GCC 7.3, Librem 5 Phone Progress and More

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News updates for January 25, 2018. Chrome 64 is now available for Linux, Mac and Windows, featuring a strongerad blocker and several security fixes, including mitigations for Spectre and Meltdown.

[#] Fri Jan 26 2018 04:13:38 EST from rss

Subject: Github shrugs off drone maker DJI's crypto key DCMA takedown effort

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Yes, keys your devs put in public repos got forked. Github rejected a DMCA takedown request from Chinese drone-maker DJI after someone forked source code left in the open by a naughty DJI developer.…

[#] Fri Jan 26 2018 05:30:54 EST from rss

Subject: Building a Linux-based HPC system on the Raspberry Pi with Ansible

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In my previous article for, I introduced the OpenHPC project, which aims to accelerate innovation in high-performance computing (HPC). This article goes a step further by using OpenHPC's capabilities to build a small HPC more

[#] Fri Jan 26 2018 06:49:10 EST from rss

Subject: Chrome 64 Released With Stronger Pop-up Blocker, Spectre Mitigations And Other Security Fixes

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Yesterday Chrome 64 released with much awaited features and some security patches. Chrome is used by more than a billion users around the globe. Taking this in mind, chrome has implemented a stronger pop-up blocker.

[#] Fri Jan 26 2018 08:05:38 EST from rss

Subject: How to Limit Dashboard Access in WordPress

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In today’s tutorial, we’ll show you, How to Limit Dashboard Access in WordPress. WordPress is the most popular CMS in the world and is used to power over 60% of all websites using a CMS. With WordPress being so popular, WordPress sites are the most popular target for hackers who want to exploit the WordPress security vulnerabilities.

[#] Fri Jan 26 2018 09:09:48 EST from rss

Subject: Ubuntu 18.04 LTS (Bionic Beaver) Will Ship with XOrg by Default, Says Canonical

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Canonical's Will Cooke, Director of Ubuntu Desktop, announced today that the upcoming Ubuntu 18.04 LTS (Bionic Beaver) operating system would ship with the X.Org graphics stack by default instead of the next-generation Wayland display server.

[#] Fri Jan 26 2018 10:29:00 EST from rss

Subject: How to Encrypt Files with Tomb on Ubuntu 16.04 LTS

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This tutorial shows how to encrypt your files by using Tomb on Ubuntu 16.04. Tomb is an alternative to Truecrypt and Veracrypt designed for Linux systems.

[#] Fri Jan 26 2018 11:46:15 EST from rss

Subject: Can anonymity and accountability coexist?

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Whistleblowing protections, crowdsourcing, anonymous voting processes, and even Glassdoor reviews—anonymous speech may take many forms in organizations.As well-established and valued as these anonymous feedback mechanisms may be, anonymous speech becomes a paradoxical idea when one considers how to construct a more open organization. While an inability to discern speaker identity seems non-transparent, an opportunity for anonymity may actually help achieve a more inclusive and meritocratic more

[#] Fri Jan 26 2018 13:03:40 EST from rss

Subject: buntu 16.04

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Grav is a modern web application that requires no database. It's a file-based web platform that's simple and fast. In this tutorial, I will show you step by step how to install and configure Grav CMS on Ubuntu 16.04.

[#] Fri Jan 26 2018 14:20:54 EST from rss

Subject: Container testing in OpenShift with Meta-Test-Family

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The previous Magazine article on container testing showed how to use Meta-Test-Family (MTF) to validate  standalone containers. The goal is to avoid shipping containers without proper testing, and to guarantee that a given service in a container works properly. Another... Continue Reading →

[#] Fri Jan 26 2018 15:22:55 EST from rss

Subject: Running a Python application on Kubernetes

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Kubernetes is an open source platform that offers deployment, maintenance, and scaling features. It simplifies management of containerized Python applications while providing portability, extensibility, and self-healing capabilities.Whether your Python applications are simple or more complex, Kubernetes lets you efficiently deploy and scale them, seamlessly rolling out new features while limiting resources to only those required.In this article, I will describe the process of deploying a simple Python application to Kubernetes, including:read more

[#] Fri Jan 26 2018 16:39:43 EST from rss

Subject: Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.5 is ready for testing

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The more secure Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.5 is now out in beta.

[#] Fri Jan 26 2018 18:11:13 EST from rss

Subject: Open source voice assistant speaker promises user privacy

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Mycroft has Kickstarted an open source “Mycroft Mark II” smart speaker and voice assistant that runs Linux on a quad-core Xilinx SoC, and offers a 6-mic beamforming array, 10W speaker, 4-inch touchscreen, and a promise of user privacy. Mycroft launched its Kickstarter campaign for the original, voice-activated Mycroft home automation hub back in Aug...

[#] Fri Jan 26 2018 19:27:28 EST from rss

Subject: Top 5: 6 desktop email clients, the cp command, a DeLorean that runs Perl, and more

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In this week's top 5, we take a look at the top 6 desktop email clients, the cp command, a DeLorean that runs Perl, and more.

[#] Fri Jan 26 2018 20:59:24 EST from rss

Subject: Linux kill Command Tutorial for Beginners (5 Examples)

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Sometimes, while working on a Linux machine, you'll see that an application or a command line process gets stuck (becomes unresponsive). Then in those cases, terminating it is the only way out. Linux command line offers a utility that you can use in these scenarios. It's called kill.

[#] Fri Jan 26 2018 22:32:56 EST from rss

Subject: Subgraph: This Security-Focused Distro Is Malware's Worst Nightmare

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By design, Linux is a very secure operating system. In fact, after 20 years of usage, I have personally experienced only one instance where a Linux machine was compromised. That instance was a server hit with a rootkit. On the desktop side, I’ve yet to experience an attack of any kind.

[#] Fri Jan 26 2018 23:49:11 EST from rss

Subject: A review of SparkFuns micro:bit arcade game console

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I recently got my hands on a SparkFun micro:arcade kit and micro:bit single-board computer. It[he]#039[/he]s a great combination of hardware for adults and kids who want to build and program their own arcade console and games.

[#] Sat Jan 27 2018 01:05:54 EST from rss

Subject: Creating an Adventure Game in the Terminal with ncurses

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This article shows how to use curses functions to read the keyboard and manipulate the screen. My previous article introduced the ncurses library and provided a simple program that demonstrated a few curses functions to put text on the screen. In this follow-up article, I illustrate how to use a few other curses functions.

[#] Sat Jan 27 2018 03:07:55 EST from rss

Subject: This Week in Open Source News: The Linux Foundation Launches Networking Fund

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This week in open source/Linux news, The Linux Foundation announced a restructuring of their networking projects under one umbrella, Slack launches on Linux, and more!

[#] Sat Jan 27 2018 04:55:04 EST from rss

Subject: Containers, the GPL, and copyleft: No reason for concern

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Though open source is thoroughly mainstream, new software technologies and old technologies that get newly popularized sometimes inspire hand-wringing about open source licenses. Most often the concern is about the GNU General Public License (GPL), and specifically the scope of its copyleft requirement, which is often described (somewhat misleadingly) as the GPL’s derivative work issue.

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