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[#] Mon Mar 05 2018 17:52:35 EST from rss

Subject: Exton|OS Claims to Be First Distribution Based on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS, Linux 4.16

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Arne Exton announced a new edition of his Exton|OS GNU/Linux distribution that's apparently already based on Canonical's upcoming Ubuntu 18.04 LTS (Bionic Beaver) operating system.

[#] Mon Mar 05 2018 19:12:26 EST from rss

Subject: How to use partclone to create a "smart" partition backup

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If you ever used Clonezilla to create a backup of your operating system, you have already experienced the power of the partclone. Unlike other tools like dd, partclone knows how to interact with specific filesystems, therefore it can create much smaller backups, cloning only the used space in the partition. In this tutorial we will learn how to use partclone from command line.

[#] Mon Mar 05 2018 20:28:41 EST from rss

Subject: How to Install a MongoDB Sharded Cluster on CentOS 7

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This tutorial will show you how to install a sharded MongoDB cluster on CentOS 7. Sharding is a MongoDB process to store data-set across different machines. It allows you to do a horizontal scale of data, partition data across independent instances, and it can be 'Replica Sets'.

[#] Mon Mar 05 2018 21:45:57 EST from rss

Subject: A curiosity for Linux leads to an unexpected career

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The first time I saw Fedora, I was 15 or 16 years old. Someone I knew was trying (and failing) to install it on their computer. I[he]#039[/he]d never seen an OS other than Windows. I was intrigued and started asking the person many questions. He told me this OS was free to download and install—and I could even install it on my computer—but I did not believe an OS could be "free as in free beer."

[#] Mon Mar 05 2018 22:46:57 EST from rss

Subject: Java EE renamed 'Jakarta EE' after Big Red brand spat

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Oracle released the code, but not the name, so now devs have to make sure package names make senseThe open source version of Java Enterprise Edition (Java EE) has been renamed Jakarta EE to satisfy Oracle's desire to control the "Java" brand.…

[#] Tue Mar 06 2018 00:06:16 EST from rss

Subject: Open Source Disk Cleaner App BleachBit Gets First Update After 19 Months

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Open Source system cleaner application BleachBit version 2.0 has been released. The new version brings some improvements and new features to the most used system cleaning application on Linux.

[#] Tue Mar 06 2018 01:23:31 EST from rss

Subject: Linux nice and renice Command Tutorial (7 Examples)

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The power of the Linux command line can be gauged from the fact that you can even easily tweak the scheduling priority of processes using command line tools. Yes, that's possible, and in this tutorial we will discuss how to do that using nice and renice utilities.

[#] Tue Mar 06 2018 02:40:48 EST from rss

Subject: Kodi v18 Leia Alpha, BleachBit Version 2.0, Use an RPi 3 to Build Your Own Cheap Car Head Unit and More

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News updates for March 5, 2018.Kodi v18 Leia Alpha was released todaywith "more than 6140 (code chunks changed)", with great improvements tothe HTPC software's musiclibrary, Live TV and video player. See the changelog formore details.

[#] Tue Mar 06 2018 03:45:12 EST from rss

Subject: Good-bye JEE, hello Jakarta EE

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Oracle waves good-bye to Java Enterprise Edition, as the Eclipse Foundation takes over Java EE under a new name, Jakarta, and without the "Java" trademark. Why? Because Oracle was never successful in monetizing Java. In large part, this was because of Sun and then Oracle's failed attempts to steer the Java Community.

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

Subject: AI-targeted SBC combines Xeon-D with choice of three Nvidia Pascal cards

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Connect Tech’s “V7G System” provides a COM Express Type 7 with a 5th Gen Xeon-D CPU plus a choice of Nvidia Tesla P6 or Quadro P3000/P5000 graphics. You also get 4x GbE, 2x 10GbE, 4x HDMI, 8x USB, 2x mini-PCIe, 4x M.2, and 2x SATA III.

[#] Tue Mar 06 2018 06:22:47 EST from rss

Subject: Google Releases March 2018's Android Security Patch for Pixel and Nexus Devices

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Google released today March 2018's Android Security Patch for supported Pixel and Nexus devices, addressing a total of 37 critical security vulnerabilities across various components of the Linux-based mobile operating system. Releases March 2018's Android Security Patch for Pixel and Nexus Devices

[#] Tue Mar 06 2018 07:43:01 EST from rss

Subject: Linux, Python, Ansible, Raspberry Pi, and more must-reads from last week

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Our most popular articles for the week of February 19-25 covered the command line, Linux distros and tools, using Pipenv, managing workstation configurations with Ansible, and more.

[#] Tue Mar 06 2018 08:44:02 EST from rss

Subject: Try, learn, modify: The new IT leaders code

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As the pace of innovation increases, long-term planning is becoming more and more difficult. Let's rethink the way we respond to change.

[#] Tue Mar 06 2018 10:01:17 EST from rss

Subject: Meet Endless OS, a lightweight Linux distro

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I'm always on the lookout for open source software that works well in educational settings. Recently I decided to check out Endless OS, a lightweight, Linux-based operating system with a customized desktop environment forked from GNOME 3.

[#] Tue Mar 06 2018 11:17:33 EST from rss

Subject: Chromebooks Will Soon Get a Docked Magnifier Accessibility Tool, Try It Out Now

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Chromium evangelist at Google François Beaufort shares today with us a new experimental feature that's coming to a Chromebook near you later this year and it's now available for public testing.

[#] Tue Mar 06 2018 12:35:49 EST from rss

Subject: Exploring free and open webfonts

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There is no question that the face of the web has been transformed in recent years by open source fonts. Prior to 2010, the only typefaces you were likely to see in a web browser were the generic "web safe" core fonts from Microsoft.

[#] Tue Mar 06 2018 13:52:04 EST from rss

Subject: Sandwich-style board-set runs Android or Linux on hexa-core Rockchip

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OpenEmbed’s affordable, RK3399-based “em3399” module ships with up to 4GB DDR3L and 128GB eMMC 5.1. There’s also a compact evaluation board with GbE, wireless, HDMI 2.0, and USB 3.0 and Type-C ports.

[#] Tue Mar 06 2018 15:08:19 EST from rss

Subject: PostgreSQL 10: a Great New Version for a Great Database

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PostgreSQL has long claimed to be the most advanced open-source relational database. For those of us who have been using it for a significant amount of time, there's no doubt that this is true; PostgreSQL has consistently demonstrated its ability to handle high loads and complex queries while providing a rich set of features and rock-solid stability.

[#] Tue Mar 06 2018 16:10:20 EST from rss

Subject: Latest Debian Stretch Kernel Update Fixes Data Corruption Bug on PowerPC Systems

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Debian Project's Salvatore Bonaccorso announced over the weekend the availability of a new Linux kernel version for the Debian GNU/Linux 9 "Stretch" operating system series, addressing a regression caused by a previous update.

[#] Tue Mar 06 2018 17:26:35 EST from rss

Subject: Hacking operation uses malicious Word documents to target aid organisations

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A newly uncovered 'nation-state level' cyber espionage operation has targeted humanitarian aid organisations around the globe via the use of backdoors hidden within malicious Word documents.

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