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[#] Tue Feb 27 2018 09:10:45 EST from rss

Subject: 5 Linux Tools to Help Recover Data from Corrupted Drives

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Did your hard drive just crash and you can't save to your home partition? These five Linux tools can help you retrieve your data and get your digital life back on track.

[#] Tue Feb 27 2018 11:43:17 EST from rss

Subject: How to Install and Use Lnav Log Viewer on Ubuntu 16.04 LTS

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LNAV also know as Lateral Navigation is a free and open source enhanced log file viewer that can be used to find information of files being viewed along with the time stamps and log levels. LNAV is a command line log file viewer built for small scale solutions.

[#] Tue Feb 27 2018 13:02:03 EST from rss

Subject: Meet the supplemental wallpapers in Fedora 28

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The release of Fedora 28 is growing closer, and now you can see the supplemental wallpaper for the upcoming release. The Fedora Design team works with the community to supplement the standard wallpaper for each release. For this release there... Continue Reading →

[#] Tue Feb 27 2018 14:33:33 EST from rss

Subject: Customizable Alexa development board builds on i.MX7 module

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The Gumstix “Chatterbox for the Colibri iMX7” is a Geppetto-customizable, Linux-driven Alexa Voice Service development board that features Toradex’s i.MX7 based module, and offers a 2.5-Watt speaker driver, mic and audio jacks, plus WiFi, BT, Ethernet, USB, and more. Gumstix has partnered with Toradex to launch an Amazon Alexa Voice Service (AVS) development board with […]

[#] Tue Feb 27 2018 15:49:48 EST from rss

Subject: How to Manage Kubernetes Apps with Helm Charts

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containers are easy to move around, but they still need the "mommy" computer. However, containers do carry with them all the environmental dependencies for a given application.

[#] Tue Feb 27 2018 17:06:03 EST from rss

Subject: How to block local spoofed addresses using the Linux firewall

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Attackers are finding sophisticated ways to penetrate even remote networks that are protected by intrusion detection and prevention systems. No IDS/IPS can halt or minimize attacks by hackers who are determined to take over your network. Improper configuration allows attackers to bypass all implemented network security measures.In this article, I will explain how security engineers or system administrators can prevent these more

[#] Tue Feb 27 2018 18:32:05 EST from rss

Subject: System76 Plans Major HiDPI Update for Their Ubuntu-Based Pop!_OS Linux Distro

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System76 continues to work on the second release of their Ubuntu-based Pop!_OS Linux distro and announced on Monday that they plan a major update to the HiDPI daemon while still redesigning the installer.

[#] Tue Feb 27 2018 19:48:20 EST from llwinner H5

Subject: Tiny, wireless enabled module offers OTA updates for Linux on Allwinner H5

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Emlid’s 41 x 29.5mm “Neutis N5” module runs OTA-updated mainline Linux on a quad-A53 Allwinner H5, and offers a crypto chip, 8GB eMMC, WiFi with BT 4.0/BLE, extended temp support, and an optional development board. Emlid is known for its ArduPilot compatible, Linux-driven drone controllers such as the Navio2 autopilot HAT for the Raspberry Pi.......

[#] Tue Feb 27 2018 21:04:40 EST from rss

Subject: The Perfect Server - Debian 9 (Nginx, BIND, Dovecot, ISPConfig 3.1)

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This tutorial shows how to prepare a Debian 9 (Stretch) server (with Nginx, BIND, Dovecot) for the installation of ISPConfig, and how to install ISPConfig 3.1. ISPConfig 3 is a web hosting control panel.

[#] Tue Feb 27 2018 22:38:07 EST from rss

Subject: Looking Back: What Was Happening Ten Years Ago?

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That was then, this is now: what's next for the Open Sourceworld?

[#] Tue Feb 27 2018 23:54:22 EST from rss

Subject: Embedded Apprentice Linux Engineer Courses Coming to a Conference Near You

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The 2018 conference season -- which, let's admit, lasts from January 1 to December 31 these days -- is already in full swing. And, the various conferences and summits held around the world provide meeting grounds for people who create, maintain, govern, and promote open source.

[#] Wed Feb 28 2018 01:10:50 EST from rss

Subject: Purism Now Sells the Most Secure Linux Laptops with Heads Integrated TPM Chips

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Purism, the computer technology company selling security-focused Linux laptops, announced today the successful implementation of Trammel Hudson’s Heads security firmware into their Librem laptops running coreboot and TPM (Trusted Platform Module).

[#] Wed Feb 28 2018 02:27:03 EST from rss

Subject: First Beta Release of Google's Flutter, Event News, Fedora Supplemental Wallpaper and More

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[#] Wed Feb 28 2018 03:43:28 EST from rss

Subject: Top 10 open source legal stories that shook 2017

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Like every year, legal issues were a hot topic in the open source world in 2017. While we're deep into the first quarter of the year, it's still worthwhile to look back at the top legal news in open source last year.

[#] Wed Feb 28 2018 05:15:02 EST from rss

Subject: Oreo-driven dev board showcases octa-core Snapdragon 845

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Intrinsyc’s Android 8.0 powered “Open-Q 845” HDK debuts the Snapdragon 845 with 8x “Kryo 835” cores split between Cortex-A75 and -A55 like designs, plus security and neural network engines.

[#] Wed Feb 28 2018 06:32:14 EST from rss

Subject: How to install AMDGPU drivers on Debian 9 Stretch Linux

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So, you've got an AMD GPU, and you want to use it on Debian Stretch. Well, you're actually in luck. Installing the open source AMD drivers on Debian Stretch may just be the easiest and simplest install process in the history of Linux graphics drivers.

[#] Wed Feb 28 2018 07:48:29 EST from rss

Subject: How to Install Minecraft on Ubuntu

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Minecraft continues to confound the world with its immeasurable popularity and the creativity exhibited by its users. This shows how you can install minecraft on Ubuntu and have all the fun.

[#] Wed Feb 28 2018 09:05:38 EST from rss

Subject: Automated provisioning in Kubernetes

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When deploying applications in a Kubernetes cluster, certain types of services are commonly required. Many applications require a database, a storage service, a message broker, identity management, and so on. You have enough work on your hands containerizing your own application. Wouldn’t it be handy if those other services were ready and available for use inside the cluster?read more

[#] Wed Feb 28 2018 10:23:46 EST from rss

Subject: Intel Finally Releases Spectre Patches for Broadwell and Haswell Processors

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Intel has finally released stable microcode updates for Broadwell and Haswell processor series to mitigate the second variant of the nasty Spectre security vulnerability unearthed last month.

[#] Wed Feb 28 2018 11:56:42 EST from rss

Subject: Pico-ITX SBC runs Linux on i.MX8M with 8GB LPDDR4

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F[he]S unveiled an “armStone MX8M” Pico-ITX SBC that runs Linux on NXP’s dual- or quad-A53 i.MX8M SoC with 8GB LPDDR4, 32GB eMMC, GbE, WiFi, BT, CAN, MIPI-CSI, and more. A year ago, F&S Elektronik Systeme announced an armStone A53SD Pico-ITX SBC with a Snapdragon 410E.

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