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[#] 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.

[#] Wed Feb 07 2018 04:31:21 EST from rss

Subject: Announcing "Project Things" - An open framework for connecting your devices to the web.

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Last year, we said that Mozilla is working to create a framework of software and services that can bridge the communication gap between connected devices. Today, we are pleased to announce that anyone can now build their own Things Gateway to control their connected device directly from the web.

[#] Wed Feb 07 2018 05:47:36 EST from rss

Subject: Plasma 5.12 is out, and it is faster, stabler, and has more features than ever

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Although performance and stability have been the prime goals for this version of Plasma, some of the new features include spring-loaded folder views, improved Wayland support, interactive notifications, and more.

[#] Wed Feb 07 2018 06:51:15 EST from rss

Subject: Mozilla’s IoT software for the Raspberry Pi gets major rev

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Mozilla has released an improved 0.3 version of its open source, Linux-based Things Gateway software for setting up an home automation gateway on the Raspberry Pi, featuring a new rules engine and improved voice support. In July, Mozilla announced a Project Things Internet of Things project for a decentralized open source gateway that uses standard […]

[#] Wed Feb 07 2018 08:07:56 EST from rss

Subject: How to Create, Revert and Delete KVM Virtual machine (domain) snapshot with virsh command

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Virtual machine snapshot is a copy of virtual machine’s disk at the specific point of time.

[#] Wed Feb 07 2018 15:47:36 EST from rss

Subject: Open spec Linux/Android SBCs tap high-end Allwinner and Rockchip SoCs

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Pine64 has launched a “Pine H64” SBC for $26 to $45 featuring Allwinner’s H6 SoC, mini-PCIe, and USB 3.0. It also unveiled a Rockchip RK3399 based “RockPro64” SBC that will sell for $59 to $79 with PCIe, USB 3.0, and a USB Type-C based DisplayPort.

[#] Wed Feb 07 2018 17:03:53 EST from rss

Subject: For Open-Source Software, the Developers Are All of Us

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In the world of cybersecurity, the message of the decade is "you're not safe." Your business secrets, your personal information, your money and your livelihood are at stake. And the worst part of it is, you're on your own.

[#] Wed Feb 07 2018 18:20:06 EST from rss

Subject: Announcing the Reality Redrawn Challenge Winners!

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I’m delighted to announce the winners of Mozilla’s Reality Redrawn Challenge after my fellow judges and I received entries from around the globe.

[#] Wed Feb 07 2018 19:36:21 EST from rss

Subject: First Linux-Based RISC-V Board Prepares for Take-Off

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Last October, SiFive announced the first Linux-driven RISC-V SoC with its quad-core, 64-bit Freedom U540 (AKA U54-MC Coreplex). A few days ago at FOSDEM, SiFive opened pre-sales for an open source HiFive Unleashed SBC that showcases the U540.

[#] Wed Feb 07 2018 20:53:37 EST from rss

Subject: Mozilla Announces Project Things, ZFS Version 0.7.6, Kali Linux New Release and More

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[#] Wed Feb 07 2018 22:09:54 EST from rss

Subject: Attempt of evaluation TripleO QS (Master) overcloud containerized HA deployment on 32 GB VIRTHOST

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Following bellow is a sample of tuning deploy-configHA.yaml which allows to obtainfairly functional overcloud topology with PCS HA Controller's cluster, then createNetworks, HA Router and launch F27 VM. Install on VM links text browser and surf the Netpretty fast and smoothly. Sizes of PCS Controller's were tuned rather then default sizeof undercloud as well as number VCPUS running undercloud VM.

[#] Wed Feb 07 2018 23:26:07 EST from rss

Subject: How DevOps helps deliver cool apps to users

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A long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away, before DevOps became a mainstream practice, the software development process was excruciatingly slow, tedious, and methodical. By the time an application was ready to be deployed, a ginormous laundry list of changes and fixes to the next major release had already amassed. It took months to go back and work through the entire development cycle to prepare for each new release.

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