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[#] Sun Mar 04 2018 09:25:46 EST from rss

Subject: Google to Launch Android 9 in August, First Developer Preview Coming Mid-March

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While most Android smartphones out there haven't yet received the Android 8 Oreo software update, Google is reportedly already working on the next major release, Android 9, whose codename will start with the letter P.

[#] Sun Mar 04 2018 11:27:46 EST from rss

Subject: 10 Quick Tips About sudo command for Linux systems

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sudo stands for superuser do. It allows authorized users to execute command as an another user. Another user can be regular user or superuser. However, most of the time we use it to execute command with elevated privileges

[#] Sun Mar 04 2018 13:30:47 EST from rss

Subject: Microsoft Should be Subjected to Antitrust Action For an Extensive Network of Patent Blackmail, But With a Lobbyist in Charge (Trump Appointee) Don't Hold Your Breath

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While it seems unlikely that renewed antitrust action will be invoked against Microsoft, there's ample evidence that Microsoft continues to feed patent trolls while offering 'protection' from them (e.g. in the form of "Azure IP Advantage," which echoes the Microsoft/Novell strategy for collecting what they called "patent royalties" one decade ago)

[#] Sun Mar 04 2018 15:34:14 EST from rss

Subject: The March 2018 Issue of the PCLinuxOS Magazine

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The PCLinuxOS Magazine staff is pleased to announce the release of the March 2018 issue.

[#] Sun Mar 04 2018 17:26:55 EST from rss

Subject: How to manage your workstation configuration with Ansible

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Configuration management is a very important aspect of both server administration and DevOps. The "infrastructure as code" methodology makes it easy to deploy servers in various configurations and dynamically scale an organization's resources to keep up with user demands. But less attention is paid to individual administrators who want to automate the setup of their own laptops and desktops (workstations).read more

[#] Sun Mar 04 2018 19:28:56 EST from rss

Subject: How to Install Software on Linux

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o you’ve made the switch to Linux. Or you’re thinking of making the switch. But you have questions that might be stopping you from fully diving in. One of the biggest concerns most new users have is, “What software is available and how do I install it?”

[#] Sun Mar 04 2018 21:30:55 EST from rss

Subject: Setting up and configuring a mail server

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Setting up and configuring a mail server is a challenging process, mostly because there are so many different components involved and each component has to be configured to work with the other. In this series, we will show you how to set up a complete virtual user mail system on a Ubuntu server using the following packages: Postfix, Dovecot, Postfixadmin and Rspamd

[#] Sun Mar 04 2018 23:32:55 EST from rss

Subject: How to Install RPM Packages On Ubuntu

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Debian-based systems such as Ubuntu and RedHat-based systems such as CentOS are mostly similar in their design. However, there are a few differences here and there. For example, RedHat-based systems use .rpm files for representing software packages, while Debian-based systems use .deb files. These file types differ from one another in their design, and cannot be installed outside of their respective type of operating systems (e.g. installing a .deb file on CentOS, or installing a .rpm file on Ubuntu). However, there are ways to port these packages to other types of systems.

[#] Mon Mar 05 2018 01:36:57 EST from rss

Subject: 4 meetup ideas: Make your data open

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Open Data Day (ODD) is an annual, worldwide celebration of open data and an opportunity to show the importance of open data in improving our communities.Not many individuals and organizations know about the meaningfulness of open data or why they might want to liberate their data from the restrictions of copyright, patents, and more. They also don't know how to make their data open—that is, publicly available for anyone to use, share, or republish with more

[#] Mon Mar 05 2018 03:40:36 EST from rss

Subject: 3 Ansible videos from 2018

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The recent conference in Brno, Czechia is a great example of an event by and for developers and open source community members. Hundreds of speakers showed off countless technologies and features advancing the state of open source in Linux and far... Continue Reading →

[#] Mon Mar 05 2018 05:27:21 EST from rss

Subject: Why Do We Do It?

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Why does a painter paint? Why does carpenter build? Why does a chef cook? Whydoes an electronic engineer design, and why does a software programmer code?Speaking from my personal experiences, I'm going to answer those questionswith this: tocreate something out of nothing. There is an art to conceiving an idea and,when using the right tools, bringing it to fruition.

[#] Mon Mar 05 2018 06:45:38 EST from rss

Subject: Getting started with Python for data science

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Whether you're a budding data science enthusiast with a math or computer science background or an expert in an unrelated field, the possibilities data science offers are within your reach. And you don't need expensive, highly specialized enterprise software—the open source tools discussed in this article are all you need to get more

[#] Mon Mar 05 2018 08:03:55 EST from rss

Subject: Where Ubuntu 18.04 LTS

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?As most of you guys might already know that Ubuntu 18.04 "Bionic Beaver" has entered in Freeze state and we are going to get the very 1st beta build of Ubuntu 18.04 on 8th of this march. I decided to take a quick look at the latest daily build released. There are significant new things to be excited about as well as few bugs which are expected. Now without wasting time, let’s get started.

[#] Mon Mar 05 2018 09:22:12 EST from rss

Subject: WordPress is now 30 per cent of the web, daylight second

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Open source dominates the content management system marketThe web-watchers at W3Techs have just noted a milestone: WordPress now accounts for 30 per cent of the world's web sites.…

[#] Mon Mar 05 2018 10:24:13 EST from rss

Subject: Fedora Podcast 002 — Ambassadors, the face of Fedora

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The Fedora Marketing Team is continuing with the Fedora Podcast and we have a new episode out. This ongoing series will feature interviews and talks with people who make the Fedora community awesome. These folks work on new technologies found... Continue Reading →

[#] Mon Mar 05 2018 11:42:30 EST from rss

Subject: Google Flutter hits beta: Another go at cross-platform mobile dev

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Using the Dart language for apps on Android and iOSMWC2018 Fancy a Flutter? Google is hoping users will take a bet on its new cross-platform mobile development framework, whose first beta was announced at Mobile World Congress last week.…

[#] Mon Mar 05 2018 12:59:46 EST from rss

Subject: Next Tails Anonymous OS Release Will Be Powered by Linux Kernel 4.15, Tor 3.2.9

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The next release of the open-source Tails incognito amnesic live system a.k.a. Anonymous OS is coming soon with up-to-date components and the latest Tor anonymous network support.

[#] Mon Mar 05 2018 14:16:01 EST from rss

Subject: A glimpse into R counterculture

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Back in 2009, Anne Milley of SAS dismissed the increasing significance of the R language (whose rivals include SAS, Python, and, more recently, Julia) in a New York Times article. She said:read more

[#] Mon Mar 05 2018 15:32:16 EST from rss

Subject: goto - a bash utility to navigate faster to aliased directories supporting auto-complete

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goto is a utility that allows users to navigate easily to directories via their previously defined aliases. It comes with an auto-complete feature making navigation pretty fast.

[#] Mon Mar 05 2018 16:49:32 EST from rss

Subject: Tips for top: monitoring CPU load in Linux

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Worried about overusing your CPU and memory or running unnecessary or rogue processes? top, with its rich, self-updating overview of the processes running on your system, is a great place to start.

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