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[#] Mon Feb 26 2018 00:10:38 EST from rss

Subject: Ryzen V1000 module delivers up to four 4K displays

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Congatec announced a Linux-friendly “Conga-TR4” COM Express Type 6 module featuring an AMD Ryzen Embedded V1000 with support for 8x PCIe, PEG x16, 4x USB 3.1 with Type-C, 8x USB 2.0, 2x SATA III, and 4x simultaneous 4K displays. Congatec announced one of the first computer-on-modules built around AMD’s new R-Series successor: the Ryzen Embedded […]

[#] Mon Feb 26 2018 02:59:23 EST from rss

Subject: How to install Popcorn Time movie player on Debian 9 Stretch Linux

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Popcorn Time streams movies and TV shows from torrents directly into your screen. The objective is to install Popcorn Time movie streamer on Debian 9 Stretch Linux.

[#] Mon Feb 26 2018 05:48:06 EST from rss

Subject: Dual Boot Windows with Linux on your PC

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You might have heard of people installing Linux or another operating system besides Windows on their computers. In this article, I am going to show you how you can dual boot your traditional Windows computer with a Linux based operating system...

[#] Mon Feb 26 2018 07:26:38 EST from rss

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

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Sometimes, while working on the command line, you might want to know more about logged in users. There exists a command line utility who which you can use to access this kind of information. In this tutorial, we will discuss the basics of who using some easy to understand examples.

[#] Mon Feb 26 2018 08:44:47 EST from rss

Subject: Five Tiny Features of Linux Mint Cinnamon I

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It’s FOSS reader Dave Merritt shares some hidden and ignored features of Linux Mint Cinnamon that he started to love.

[#] Mon Feb 26 2018 10:01:46 EST from rss

Subject: 'Getting to Done' on the Linux command line

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There is a lot of talk about getting things done at the command line. How many articles are there about using obscure flags with ls, nifty regular expressions with Sed and Awk, and how to parse out lots of text with Perl? That isn't what this is more

[#] Mon Feb 26 2018 11:22:43 EST from rss

Subject: Google Plans to Add Support for Containerized Linux Apps to Chromebooks

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While most Chromebooks out there are already capable of running Android apps, it would appear that Google wants to add support for running Linux apps on a container or virtual machine to its Chrome OS operating system.

[#] Mon Feb 26 2018 12:40:16 EST from rss

Subject: Comparing Elasticsearch with Solr

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Solr and Elasticsearch have emerged as the two leaders of open source search engines. While both have one thing in common, Lucene, they have plenty of differences.

[#] Mon Feb 26 2018 13:59:30 EST from rss

Subject: 5 keys to building open hardware

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The science community is increasingly embracing free and open source hardware (FOSH). Researchers have been busy hacking their own equipment and creating hundreds of devices based on the distributed digital manufacturing model to advance their scientific more

[#] Mon Feb 26 2018 17:05:29 EST from rss

Subject: Installation of Lemur Certificate Manager on Ubuntu

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This tutorial shows the installation of the Lemur certificate management software on Ubuntu 16.04 LTS. Lemur is an open source project of NetFlix and used to generate the certificates for customers/clients.

[#] Mon Feb 26 2018 18:22:45 EST from rss

Subject: LibreOffice 6 review

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LibreOffice is an office productivity suite that is similar to Microsoft Office Suite. It has word processor program called Writer, spreadsheet known as Calc, and presentation as Impress. Other than these programs it also has a Draw, Base, and a Math program. LibreOffice can be installed on almost all platforms: Windows, OS X, Linux and certain UNIX OS.

[#] Mon Feb 26 2018 19:39:04 EST from rss

Subject: Why I fell in love with Antergos Linux

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I am not an expert in anything. There, we took care of that piece of important information right up front. What I am is a very accomplished user.I have worked with Apple, Microsoft, Deneba, and Intuit as a beta tester for Windows and OS9 and X. I have been helpful to these companies because I can look at a piece of software and say, “Uh-uh. That’s too confusing, too difficult, or just plain wrong.”read more

[#] Mon Feb 26 2018 20:56:16 EST from rss

Subject: What

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LXLE 16.04.3 is latest release of LXLE 16.04.x series. This release brings various package updates and improvements, integrated with various of the components of the MATE and LXQt desktop environments, as well as some from the Linux Mint. The application menu received improvements to its layout and how items are organization, the system theme was tweaked for consistency and LXhotkey replaces the Obkey Openbox key editor.

[#] Mon Feb 26 2018 22:28:22 EST from rss

Subject: How to install the latest NVIDIA drivers on Debian 9 Stretch Linux

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NVIDIA graphics cards have long been the favorite for Linux gamers. Their proprietary drivers have been very well supported for the last few years, and they continue to be. The open source Nouveau drivers have been far less reliable, mostly due to NVIDIA's refusal to work with the open source community. Either way, though, the drivers are available to install on Debian Stretch.

[#] Mon Feb 26 2018 23:45:38 EST from rss

Subject: Mass Protest in Support of Net Neutrality Tomorrow, Linux Support Added to Microsoft's Quantum Development Kit and More

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Tomorrow is a day of mass protest, both online and off, for Net Neutrality supporters "to secure the final vote needed to pass a Congressional Review Act (CRA) resolution in the Senate to block the FCC's resoundingly unpopular repeal of rules that prevent Internet providers from controlling what websites and apps web users can use with censorship, throttling, and new fees.

[#] Tue Feb 27 2018 01:04:14 EST from rss

Subject: Nokia attempts a smartphone comeback with Android

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By using a standardized, secure version of Google's Android in its new smartphones, the Nokia brand seeks to rise from the ashes.

[#] Tue Feb 27 2018 02:22:26 EST from rss

Subject: DevOps jobs salaries: 9 statistics to see

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particular demand for the following skills and experience among employers looking for DevOps-oriented talent: Linux and other open source projects, Scripting (including languages such as Bash, Perl, and Python)...

[#] Tue Feb 27 2018 03:43:27 EST from rss

Subject: Getting started with Mypy

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Mypy is an static type checker for Python3 ( , the article would cover : What is Mypy ? How to use it ? Why should I use it ? Practical example Mypy is also packaged in Fedora.

[#] Tue Feb 27 2018 05:03:42 EST from rss

Subject: Qubes Desktop Tips

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Learn a few tips for getting the most out of your Qubes desktop.

[#] Tue Feb 27 2018 06:21:05 EST from rss

Subject: Intel didn't tell CERTS, govs, about Meltdown and Spectre because they couldn't help fix it

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Letters sent to the United States Congress by Intel and the other six companies in the Meltdown/Spectre disclosure cabal have revealed how and why they didn't inform the wider world about the dangerous chip design flaws.

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