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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

[#] Thu Jul 19 2018 07:13:25 EDT from rss

Subject: Aria2 WebUI: Clean Web Frontend for aria2

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Aria2 WebUI is an open source web frontend for aria2. The software bills itself as the finest interface to interact with aria2. That’s a lofty goal considering the competition from the likes of uGet Download Manager (which offers an aria2 plugin).

https://www.linuxlinks.com/aria2-webui-clean-web-frontend-for-aria2/

[#] Thu Jul 19 2018 08:18:22 EDT from rss

Subject: buntu 18.04

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Asterisk is the most popular and widely adopted open source PBX platform that powers IP PBX systems, conference servers and VoIP gateways. It is used by individuals, small businesses, large enterprises and governments worldwide.

https://linuxize.com/post/how-to-install-asterisk-on-ubuntu-18-04/

[#] Thu Jul 19 2018 09:39:02 EDT from rss

Subject: How to install UFW and use it to set up a basic firewall

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Setting up a firewall can be a huge pain. Iptables isn't exactly known for its friendly syntax, and management isn't much better. Fortunately, UFW makes the process a lot more bearable with simplified syntax and easy management tools.

https://linuxconfig.org/how-to-install-ufw-and-use-it-to-set-up-a-basic-firewall

[#] Thu Jul 19 2018 11:00:16 EDT from rss

Subject: How to Upgrade to Linux Mint 19 Step by Step Tutorial

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A step-by-step screenshot guide demonstrating how to upgrade to Linux Mint 19 from Linux Mint 18.3.

https://itsfoss.com/upgrade-linux-mint-version/

[#] Thu Jul 19 2018 12:03:11 EDT from rss

Subject: Building tiny container images

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When Docker exploded onto the scene a few years ago, it brought containers and container images to the masses. Although Linux containers existed before then, Docker made it easy to get started with a user-friendly command-line interface and an easy-to-understand way to build images using the Dockerfile format. But while it may be easy to jump in, there are still some nuances and tricks to building container images that are usable, even powerful, but still small in size.First pass: Clean up after yourselfread more

https://opensource.com/article/18/7/building-container-images

[#] Thu Jul 19 2018 13:21:36 EDT from rss

Subject: Incomplete Path Expansion (Completion) For Bash

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bash-complete-partial-path enhances the path completion in Bash (on Linux, macOS with gnu-sed, and Windows with MSYS) by adding incomplete path expansion, similar to Zsh. This is useful if you want this time-saving feature in Bash, without having to switch to Zsh.

https://www.linuxuprising.com/2018/07/incomplete-path-expansion-completion.html

[#] Thu Jul 19 2018 14:40:21 EDT from rss

Subject: Minecraft 'Update Aquatic' is a huge update which brings the new launcher officially to Linux

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[#] Thu Jul 19 2018 15:57:34 EDT from rss

Subject: Oldest swinger in town, Slackware, notches up a quarter of a century

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Venerable Linux distro still keeping it clean, after all these yearsSlackware, the oldest Linux distribution still being maintained, has turned 25 this week, making many an enthusiast wonder where all those years went.…

http://go.theregister.com/feed/www.theregister.co.uk/2018/07/19/slackware_notches_up_a_quarter_of_a_century/

[#] Thu Jul 19 2018 16:59:05 EDT from rss

Subject: Master The Linux Command Line

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If you use Linux long enough, you will most likely have performed actions via the terminal in some capacity, even if it was something as simple as installing a package. You might even know how to create directories or folders, move, copy or rename files and folders, run software, run the odd script now and then, or even attempted to compile software from source code.

http://www.linuxandubuntu.com/home/master-the-linux-command-line

[#] Thu Jul 19 2018 18:17:55 EDT from rss

Subject: Using the Best CPU Available on Asymmetric Systems

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Dietmar Eggemann posted a patch from QuentinPerret to take advantage ofenergy-efficient CPUs on asymmetric multiprocessor(AMP) systems. AMP isdistinguished from SMP (symmetric multiprocessor) systems in that an SMPsystem uses several instances of only one type of CPU, while an AMP systemmight use CPUs of differing speeds, feature-sets and so on.

https://www.linuxjournal.com/content/using-best-cpu-available-asymmetric-systems

[#] Thu Jul 19 2018 19:35:11 EDT from rss

Subject: How to List All Running Services in Linux from the Command Line

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In this tutorial, we will go through several methods of listing/showing all running services and processes on a Linux-based server or machine.

https://www.rosehosting.com/blog/how-to-list-all-services-in-linux/

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