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[#] Mon Mar 26 2018 18:01:04 EDT from rss

Subject: Mozilla Releases Firefox 59.0.2 to Fix High CPU/Memory Bug, Audio Issue on BSD

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Mozilla released on Monday the second point release of its latest Firefox 59 "Quantum" web browser for all supported platforms, fixing quite a bunch of issues and adding various improvements.

[#] Mon Mar 26 2018 19:18:37 EDT from rss

Subject: Latest MintBox miniPC advances to Apollo Lake based FitLet2 foundation

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The Linux Mint project unveiled a “MintBox Mini 2” mini-PC with Linux Mint 19 preloaded on a Compulab Fitlet2 with a quad-core Celeron J3455, up to 8GB RAM and 120GB SSD, dual GbE, wireless, and mini-DP. For years, Compulab’s mini-PCs have offered pre-loaded Linux Mint, in addition to Windows and barebones options...

[#] Mon Mar 26 2018 20:35:52 EDT from rss

Subject: Linux Foundation Launches LF Deep Learning Foundation for AI

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The Linux Foundation brings technology vendors together to form new effort that aims to make it easier for different industry vertical to benefit from Artificial Intelligence.

[#] Mon Mar 26 2018 21:55:10 EDT from rss

Subject: Digitizing VHS with Linux, creating a Bash completion script, Ansible, home automation, and more

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Last week our most popular articles covered a spectrum of fun and practical uses for technology at home and in the workplace. Here[he]#039[/he]s the list of reader favorites from March 19-25.

[#] Mon Mar 26 2018 22:57:52 EDT from rss

Subject: Launching External Processes in Python

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Think it's complex to connect your Python program to the UNIX shell? Thinkagain!

[#] Tue Mar 27 2018 00:15:08 EDT from rss

Subject: TLS 1.3 Encryption Standard Moves Forward, Improving Internet Security

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A decade after the last SSL/TLS web encryption standard was released, the IETF has finally settled on the 28th draft of the TLS 1.3 standard to be the next major protocol for internet security. The new standard aims to provide improved security and cryptographic assurances for the internet.

[#] Tue Mar 27 2018 01:32:24 EDT from rss

Subject: Linux more Command Tutorial for Beginners (5 Examples)

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Sometimes, while working on the command line, you'll see outputs produced by commands in certain cases are so large that they don't fit into the screen area, and hence, you get to see only the last part of the output (as the initial part scrolls past the screen). Thankfully, there are utilities that are specifically designed to help you in such cases, and one of them is more.

[#] Tue Mar 27 2018 02:50:18 EDT from rss

Subject: Linux Mint Announces New MintBox Mini 2, Mozilla Plans to Add Ad Blocking to Firefox, Slax New Version and More

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[#] Tue Mar 27 2018 04:07:19 EDT from rss

Subject: How to create an open source stack using EFK

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Managing an infrastructure of servers is a non-trivial task. When one cluster is misbehaving, logging in to multiple servers, checking each log, and using multiple filters until you find the culprit is not an efficient use of more

[#] Tue Mar 27 2018 05:08:19 EDT from rss

Subject: Huawei P20 Final Specs Leaked Ahead of March 27 Launch, Comes with Android 8.1

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The final specs of the soon-to-be-unveiled Huawei P20 line-up appear to have been leaked online ahead of tomorrow's official launch, giving us a glimpse of what to expect from the Android-powered smartphones.

[#] Tue Mar 27 2018 06:25:49 EDT from rss

Subject: How to Easily Read a Linux Man Page

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One of the most important skills you can learn as a Linux user is how to use a manual page, or “man page.” Linux Man pages are fairly easy to tackle. This article will introduce you to those simple documents.

[#] Tue Mar 27 2018 07:44:04 EDT from rss

Subject: Loop better: A deeper look at iteration in Python

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Python's for loops don't work the way for loops do in other languages. In this article we're going to dive into Python's for loops to take a look at how they work under the hood and why they work the way they do.Looping gotchasWe're going to start off our journey by taking a look at some "gotchas." After we've learned how looping works in Python, we'll take another look at these gotchas and explain what's going more

[#] Tue Mar 27 2018 09:15:34 EDT from rss

Subject: Happy 25th birthday Red Hat Linux!

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25 years ago, in Bob Young wife[he]#039[/he]s sewing room, the most successful of all Linux and open-source software companies got its start. Young and current Red Hat CEO Jim Whitehurst share their thoughts on Red Hat[he]#039[/he]s journey.

[#] Tue Mar 27 2018 10:31:49 EDT from rss

Subject: Krita Version 4.0 Released With Improved Vector Tools

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Krita, one of the best free and open source cross-platform digital painting application has released it's version 4.0. It comes with many improvements and new features. Krita runs on Linux distros, Windows and MacOS. See changes in the post below.

[#] Tue Mar 27 2018 11:49:41 EDT from rss

Subject: Reliable IoT event logging with syslog-ng

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For any device connected to the internet or a network, it's essential that you log events so you know what the device is doing and can address any potential problems. Increasingly those devices include Internet of Things (IoT) devices and embedded more

[#] Tue Mar 27 2018 13:07:56 EDT from rss to aspberry Pi

Subject: How to build a digital pinhole camera with a Raspberry Pi

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At the tail end of 2015, the Raspberry Pi Foundation surprised the world by releasing the diminutive Raspberry Pi Zero. What's more, they gave it away for free on the cover of the MagPi magazine. I immediately rushed out and trawled around several newsagents until I found the last two copies in the area. I wasn't sure what I would use them for, but I knew their small size would allow me to do interesting projects that a full-sized Pi could not more

[#] Tue Mar 27 2018 14:10:58 EDT from rss

Subject: buntu 16.04

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In this tutorial, we will learn how to achieve high availability of MariaDB using Heartbeat and DRBD on Ubuntu 16.04 server. Heartbeat and DRBD both are used for a cluster solution for any application using two servers. Both servers are work in active and passive mode, one server will work at the same time and another server as a backup server.

[#] Tue Mar 27 2018 15:31:17 EDT from rss

Subject: Valve to open source 'GameNetworkingSockets' to help developers with networking, Steam not required

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[#] Tue Mar 27 2018 16:34:48 EDT from rss

Subject: Protecting Code Integrity with PGP -- Part 7: Protecting Online Accounts

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You may have noticed how a lot of your online developer identity is tied to your email address. If someone can gain access to your mailbox, they would be able to do a lot of damage to you personally, and to your reputation as a free software developer. Protecting your email accounts is just as important as protecting your PGP keys.

[#] Tue Mar 27 2018 17:53:36 EDT from rss

Subject: GoScanSSH malware targets Linux systems but avoids government servers

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GoScanSSH, a new strain of malware written in Golang (Go), has been targeting Linux-based SSH servers exposed to the internet — as long as those systems do not belong to the government or military.

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