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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...

https://opensource.com/open-organization/18/1/open-orgs-and-inner-source-it

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

Subject: ddgr

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2DayGeek: ddgr utility allow users to search DuckDuckGo right from the terminal.

https://www.2daygeek.com/ddgr-duckduckgo-search-from-the-command-line-in-linux/

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

Subject: Mozilla Turns Twenty

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It’s the morning of March 31, 1998, and the Netscape campus is chock-full of engineers, hours earlier than on a normal day.

https://blog.mozilla.org/blog/2018/03/31/mozilla-turns-twenty/

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

Subject: More L337 Translations

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Dave continues with his shell-script L33t translator.In my lastarticle, I talked about the inside jargon of hackers and computer geeksknown as "Leet Speak" or just "Leet". Of course, that's a shortened versionof the word Elite, and it's best written as L33T or perhaps L337 to beultimately kewl. But hey, I don't judge.

https://www.linuxjournal.com/content/more-l337-translations

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

Subject: How Red Hat is Embracing CoreOS Technologies

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For the better part of the last four months, Brandon Philips has been a Red Hat employee. Philips, the former CTO of CoreOS joined Red Hat earlier this year, after Red Hat acquired CoreOS in a $250 million deal. In a video interview, Philips provides insight into what has changed since CoreOS has become part of Red Hat and where he has been spending his time.

https://www.serverwatch.com/server-news/how-red-hat-is-embracing-coreos-technologies.html

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

Subject: Gnome Login Screen Redesign, CentOS Update, VirtualBox, Mender Team and IoT

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

Subject: Red Hat Updates OpenStack Platform 13 Brings Long Term Support

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The Red Hat OpenStack Platform 13 release was officially announced here on May 21, bringing along with it new features and expanded support for the open-source cloud platform. In a video interview with eWEEK, Mark McLoughlin, senior director of engineering for OpenStack at Red Hat, details what's new in the release and what is set to come in the next release. Red Hat OpenStack Platform 13 is based on the upstream OpenStack Queens release that first became generally available on Feb. 28.

http://www.eweek.com/cloud/red-hat-openstack-platform-13-delivers-long-term-support

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

Subject: 5 Best Terminal Emulators Built With Web Technologies

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One of the reasons why I became hooked on Linux was the command line. The command line offers advantages day-to-day because of things like its scalability, scriptability, simple design, and simple interface. At the command line, there’s so much power at my fingertips. Its continuing flexibility and power remain big draws to this day. I’m focusing this article on my recommended terminal emulators built with web technologies – JavaScript, HTML, CSS.

https://www.linuxlinks.com/best-terminal-emulators-built-with-web-technologies/

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

Subject: Anbox: How To Install Google Play Store And Enable ARM (libhoudini) Support, The Easy Way

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This article explains how to install Google Play Store And Google Play Services on Anbox, along with enabling ARM applications and games support via libhoudini. Anbox, or Android in a Box, is a free and open source tool that allows running Android applications on Linux.

https://www.linuxuprising.com/2018/07/anbox-how-to-install-google-play-store.html

[#] Mon Jul 16 2018 04:43:32 EDT from rss

Subject: How to enable developer mode on a Chrome OS tablet (and install Linux using Crouton)

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Switching to developer channel gives you the option of using Google’s Crostini feature to install a Linux virtual machine that lets you install desktop applications like LibreOffice and GIMP and launch them from the same app launcher you use to load Android and Chrome OS apps.

https://liliputing.com/2018/07/how-to-enable-developer-mode-on-a-chrome-os-tablet-and-install-linux-using-crouton.html

[#] Mon Jul 16 2018 08:55:43 EDT from rss

Subject: Linux history Command Tutorial for Beginners (8 Examples)

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If your work involves running tools and scripts on the Linux command line, I am sure there are a lot of commands you would be running each day. Those new to the command line should know there exists a tool - dubbed history - that gives you a list of commands you've executed earlier.

https://www.howtoforge.com/linux-history-command/

[#] Mon Jul 16 2018 10:15:19 EDT from rss

Subject: 3 cool productivity apps for Fedora 28

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Productivity apps are especially popular on mobile devices. But when you sit down to do work, you’re often at a laptop or desktop computer. Let’s say you use a Fedora system for your platform. Can you find apps that help you get your work done? Of course! Read on for tips on apps to help […]

https://fedoramagazine.org/3-cool-productivity-apps/

[#] Mon Jul 16 2018 11:17:52 EDT from rss

Subject: Apache Cassandra at 10: Making a community believe in NoSQL

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A decade of technical promise and open-source fall-outsTen years ago this month, when Lehman Brothers was still just about in business and the term NoSQL wasn't even widely known, let alone an irritant, Facebook engineers open-sourced a distributed database system named Cassandra.…

http://go.theregister.com/feed/www.theregister.co.uk/2018/07/16/apache_cassandra_at_10_making_a_community_believe_in_nosql/

[#] Mon Jul 16 2018 12:37:00 EDT from rss

Subject: Raspbian OS And Why Everyone Is So Attached To It

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?The Raspberry is a Debian based Linux distribution created for the Raspberry Pi. It is worth to mention that the Raspberry is designed to only function with the raspberry, however, to account for the rest of alternatives out there, it is all about competition and making the PI more adaptable and flexible.

http://www.linuxandubuntu.com/home/raspbian-os-everyone-attached

[#] Mon Jul 16 2018 13:59:39 EDT from rss

Subject: Get our Linux networking cheat sheet

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If your daily tasks include managing servers and the data center's network. The following Linux utilities and commands—from basic to advanced—will help make network management easier.In several of these commands, you'll see <fqdn>, which stands for "fully qualified domain name." When you see this, substitute your website URL or your server (e.g., server-name.company.com), as the case may be.Download the cheat sheetread more

https://opensource.com/article/18/7/linux-network-management-cheat-sheet

[#] Mon Jul 16 2018 15:05:12 EDT from rss

Subject: Opinion: GitHub vs GitLab

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So, Microsoft bought GitHub, and many people are confused orworried. It's not a new phenomenon when any large company buys anysmaller company, and people are right to be worried, although I arguethat their timing is wrong.

https://www.linuxjournal.com/content/opinion-github-vs-gitlab

[#] Mon Jul 16 2018 16:26:51 EDT from rss

Subject: openSUSE Tumbleweed: a Linux Distro review

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A Linux tyro reflects on a year with openSUSE's rolling distro Tumbleweed.

http://transitophile.com/chango/opensuse-tumbleweed-a-linux-distro-review/

[#] Mon Jul 16 2018 17:31:43 EDT from rss

Subject: Confessions of a recovering Perl hacker

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My name's MikeCamel, and I'm a Perl hacker.There, I've said it. That's the first step.read more

https://opensource.com/article/18/7/confessions-recovering-perl-hacker

[#] Mon Jul 16 2018 18:52:59 EDT from rss

Subject: Newsboat: A Snazzy Text-Based RSS Feed Reader

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Newsboat is a sleek, open source RSS/Atom feed reader for the text console. The software is extremely configurable and offers a great feature set without any bloat.

https://www.linuxlinks.com/newsboat-a-snazzy-text-based-rss-feedreader/

[#] Mon Jul 16 2018 19:58:03 EDT from rss

Subject: Where to start with Rsync command : 8 Rsync Examples

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Rsync command is used for transferring of files on Linux machines from one system to another. It uses method on incremental file transfer for copying the files & since the file transfer is incremental, only the difference among the two files is copied & not the complete file as is the case with other tools like scp. Rsync is very lightweight, it is fast as well as secure & also uses very low bandwidth for data copy.

https://linuxtechlab.com/start-with-rsync-command-8-rsync-examples/

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