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[#] Mon Feb 05 2018 23:47:55 EST from rss

Subject: How to check spelling at the Linux command line with Aspell

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Proper spelling doesn't seem to be very important to many people these days. There are, however, those of us for whom it is. Yes, I am one of those people.While I'm not a spelling cop, misspelled words stick out when I encounter them. They hurt my eyes. They hurt my brain. Any good text editor or word processor packs a spelling checker. If you're working in plain text, you can go another route to check spelling: at the command line with a nifty utility called GNU Aspell (which I'll be calling Aspell from here on in).read more

[#] Tue Feb 06 2018 00:50:57 EST from rss

Subject: Mar. 12-14 Embedded Linux Conference sessions to cover Real-Time Linux, RISC-V, Zephyr, and more

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The Linux Foundation has released a speaker list for the Embedded Linux Conference + OpenIoT Summit, to be held Mar. 12-14 in Portland. We’ve highlighted 10 sessions to look out for.

[#] Tue Feb 06 2018 02:07:12 EST from rss

Subject: Block ads on your network with Raspberry Pi and pi-hole

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Got an old Raspberry Pi lying around? Hate seeing ads while browsing the web? Pi-hole is an open source software project that blocks ads for all devices on your home network by routing all advertising servers into nowhere. What's best is it takes just a few minutes to set more

[#] Tue Feb 06 2018 03:24:09 EST from rss

Subject: OpenWall unveils kernel protection project

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Guarding the kernel against unauthorised changesThe folk at OpenWall have called for assistance to create a security module to watch Linux kernels for suspicious activity.…

[#] Tue Feb 06 2018 04:40:24 EST from rss

Subject: Meltdown/Spectre Status for Red Hat and Oracle

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A frenzy of patch activity has surrounded this year's Meltdown and Spectre CPU vulnerability disclosures.

[#] Tue Feb 06 2018 05:56:39 EST from rss

Subject: How to check spelling at the Linux command line with Aspell

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Proper spelling doesn[he]#039[/he]t seem to be very important to many people these days. There are, however, those of us for whom it is. Yes, I am one of those people.

[#] Tue Feb 06 2018 07:14:22 EST from rss

Subject: buntu 16.04

[Reply] [ReplyQuoted] [Headers] [Print] is an open source project management system for agile developers, designers, and project managers. In this tutorial, I will show you step-by-step how to install the project management tool on Ubuntu 16.04 server.

[#] Tue Feb 06 2018 08:30:37 EST from rss

Subject: Learn Linux, 101: Manage printers and printing

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Learn how to manage print queues and user print jobs on Linux using CUPS and the LPD compatibility interface. Use the material in this tutorial to study for the LPI 102 exam for Linux system administrator certification or to learn for fun.

[#] Tue Feb 06 2018 09:31:37 EST from rss

Subject: Power(Shell) to the people

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Earlier this year, PowerShell Core became generally available under an Open Source (MIT) license. PowerShell is hardly a new more

[#] Tue Feb 06 2018 14:44:46 EST from rss

Subject: Linux killall Command for Beginners (8 Examples)

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We've already discussed the kill command that you can use in case you want to terminate processes in Linux. However, there exists another command line utility that you can use for the same purpose: killall.

[#] Tue Feb 06 2018 16:01:29 EST from rss

Subject: Save Some Battery On Our Linux Machines With TLP

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?I have always found battery life with Linux to be relatively lesser than windows. Nevertheless, this is Linux and we always have something up our sleeves.

[#] Tue Feb 06 2018 17:17:44 EST from rss

Subject: New Linux User? Try These 8 Great Essential Linux Apps

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When you are new to Linux, one of the problems you will face is which apps to use. With millions of Linux apps, the choice is certainly not easy. Here are 8 essential Linux apps to get you settled in quickly.

[#] Tue Feb 06 2018 18:33:59 EST from rss

Subject: UQDS: A software-development process that puts quality first

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The Ultimate Quality Development System (UQDS) is a software development process that provides clear guidelines for how to use branches, tickets, and code reviews. It was invented more than a decade ago by Divmod and adopted by Twisted, an event-driven framework for Python that underlies popular commercial platforms like HipChat as well as open source projects like Scrapy (a web scraper).read more

[#] Tue Feb 06 2018 19:50:44 EST from rss

Subject: New Features in Upcoming elementary OS 5.0 Juno

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Next release of elementary OS will be called 5.0, not 0.5. There are some interesting new features around the Pantheon desktop and App Store.

[#] Tue Feb 06 2018 21:06:58 EST from rss

Subject: Secure WordPress Against Fake and Disposable Email Spam

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In this howto, we'll show how to use the Fiddlemail Wordpress plugin to secure your Wordpress installation against the usage of disposable email addresses (also known as fake or trash mail addresses).

[#] Tue Feb 06 2018 22:23:15 EST from rss

Subject: How to start an open source program in your company

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Many internet-scale companies, including Google, Facebook, and Twitter, have established formal open source programs (sometimes referred to as open source program offices, or OSPOs for short), a designated place where open source consumption and production is supported inside a company. With such an office in place, any business can execute its open source strategies in clear terms, giving the company tools needed to make open source a more

[#] Tue Feb 06 2018 23:24:39 EST from rss

Subject: Why Linux is better than Windows or macOS for security

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Decisions made years ago about which operating system to roll out can affect corporate security today. Of the big three in widespread use -- Windows, macOS X and Linux -- only one can credibly be called the most secure.

[#] Wed Feb 07 2018 00:40:54 EST from rss

Subject: Programming in Color with ncurses

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In parts one and two of my article series about programming with the ncurses library, I introduced a few curses functions to draw text on the screen, query characters from the screen and read from the keyboard. To demonstrate several of these functions, I created a simple adventure game in curses that drew a game map and player character using simple characters. In this follow-up article, I show how to add color to a curses program.

[#] Wed Feb 07 2018 01:57:09 EST from rss

Subject: Tiny i.MX7 module runs both Linux and FreeRTOS

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F&S announced a 40 x 35mm “PicoCore MX7ULP” module that can run Linux and FreeRTOS on an NXP i.MX7. You also get up to 32GB eMMC plus optional WiFi/BT and extended temp support.

[#] Wed Feb 07 2018 03:14:05 EST from rss

Subject: One million Linux and open-source software classes taken

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Want to get a job in IT? Then, you need to know Linux and open-source software. While nothing beats hands-on experience, classes are a great way to get started. So, it comes as no surprise that The Linux Foundation recently announced would-be IT staffers have now taken a million Linux and open-source software classes.

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