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[#] Mon Jun 11 2018 05:47:45 EDT from rss

Subject: buntu 18.04

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This tutorial will guide you through the steps of downloading and installing Go on an Ubuntu 18.04 machine.

[#] Mon Jun 11 2018 06:54:58 EDT from rss

Subject: Bliss OS An Android Based OS Complete Review

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Bliss OS is another effort to bring Android experience (and is based on Android too) to the computing market covering all spectrum from smart-phones to computers. That means you can expect smooth experience even if you switch from your smart-phone to your laptop or your desktop computer.

[#] Mon Jun 11 2018 08:16:18 EDT from rss

Subject: 12 fiction books for Linux and open source fans

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For this book list, I reached out to our writer community to ask which fiction books they would recommend to their peers. What I love about this question and the answers that follow is this list gives us a deeper look into their personalities. Fiction favorites are unlike non-fiction recommendations in that your technical skills and interests may have an influence on what you like to read read, but it's much more about your personality and life experiences that draw you to pick out, and love, a particular fiction more

[#] Mon Jun 11 2018 09:53:52 EDT from rss

Subject: How to Install MODX CMS on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS

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MODX is a free, open source and fast content management system written in PHP language. It is specially designed for ease of use that allows web admin to create powerful and dynamic content websites. In this tutorial, we will learn how to install MODX on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS (Bionic Beaver).

[#] Mon Jun 11 2018 11:15:11 EDT from rss

Subject: Cryptomator Secures Your Cloud Storage Data (Open Source, Multi-Platform Client-Side Encryption Tool)

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Cryptomator is a free and open source software tool that provides client-side encryption for your cloud storage files, available for Windows, Mac, Linux, iOS and Android.The tool, which is very easy to use, supports any cloud storage provider that synchronizes with a local directory, so it works with Dropbox, Google Drive (Google Backup and Sync or whatever Google calls it nowadays), OneDrive, ownCloud, Nextcloud, MEGA, and so on.

[#] Mon Jun 11 2018 12:35:25 EDT from rss

Subject: ORNL Launches Summit Supercomputer

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With a peak performance of 200,000 trillion calculations per second -- or 200 petaflops, Summit will be eight times more powerful than ORNL’s previous top-ranked system, Titan. For certain scientific applications, Summit will also be capable of more than three billion billion mixed precision calculations per second, or 3.3 exaops... Running on Linux, of course (RHEL 7.4).

[#] Mon Jun 11 2018 13:38:27 EDT from rss

Subject: Khaled Monsoor: How Do You Fedora?

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We recently interviewed Khaled Monsoor on how he uses Fedora. This is part of a series that profiles Fedora users and how they use Fedora to get things done. Contact us on the feedback form to tell of us about someone you think we should interview, or to express interest in being interviewed. Who is […]

[#] Mon Jun 11 2018 14:57:46 EDT from rss

Subject: The Lustre Filesystem Dropped from the Linux 4.18 Kernel

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It's now official: the latest RC1 pull request for the Linux 4.18 will nothost the nearly 15-year-old Lustre filesystem.

[#] Mon Jun 11 2018 16:14:03 EDT from rss

Subject: How to Setup Puppet Master and Agent on CentOS 7

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Puppet is an open source configuration management tool and server automation framework. In this tutorial, I will you how to install Puppet on CentOS 7. I will install and configure a CentOS 7 server as a puppet 'master', and the other one as an 'agent'.

[#] Mon Jun 11 2018 17:33:49 EDT from rss

Subject: How to partition a disk in Linux

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Creating and deleting partitions in Linux is a regular practice because storage devices (such as hard drives and USB drives) must be structured in some way before they can be used. In most cases, large storage devices are divided into separate sections called partitions. Partitioning also allows you to divide your hard drive into isolated sections, where each section behaves as its own hard drive. Partitioning is particularly useful if you run multiple operating more

[#] Mon Jun 11 2018 18:36:51 EDT from rss

Subject: OpenStreetMap Should Be a Priority for the Open Source Community

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Open source has won. The fact that free software now dominatespractically every sector of computing (with the main exception of thedesktop) is proof of that... Open, collaborative development allows people to build on the work ofothers, instead of wastefully re-inventing the wheel, and it enables the bestsolutions to be chosen on technical, rather than commercial, grounds.

[#] Mon Jun 11 2018 19:54:08 EDT from rss

Subject: How To Use Linux Screen

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Have you ever faced the situation where you perform a long-running task on a remote machine and suddenly your connection drops, the SSH session is terminated and your work is lost. Well it has happened to all of us at some point, hasn’t it? Luckily, there is a utility called screen that allows us to the resume our sessions.

[#] Mon Jun 11 2018 21:12:24 EDT from rss

Subject: 3 open source alternatives to Adobe Lightroom

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You wouldn't be wrong to wonder whether the smartphone, that modern jack-of-all-trades, is taking over photography. While that might be valid in the point-and-shoot camera market, there are a sizeable number of photography professionals and hobbyists who recognize that a camera that fits in your pocket can never replace a high-end DSLR camera and the depth, clarity, and realism of its more

[#] Mon Jun 11 2018 22:31:44 EDT from rss

Subject: SparkyLinux 5.4 "Nibiru" Operating System Released Based on Debian 10 "Buster"

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The developers of the Debian-based SparkyLinux operating system announced today the release and immediate availability for download of the SparkyLinux 5.4 rolling release.

[#] Mon Jun 11 2018 23:33:46 EDT from rss

Subject: Turn Your Raspberry Pi into a Tor Relay Node

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without sacrificing too much of your time or resources, you can turn your old Raspberry Pi into a perfectly functioning Tor relay node.

[#] Tue Jun 12 2018 00:53:01 EDT from rss

Subject: Open Source Security hit with bill for defamation claim

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Judge okays $260K in defense costs to Bruce Perens and lawyers under anti-SLAPPOpen Source Security, maker of the grsecurity Linux kernel patches, has been directed to pay Bruce Perens and his legal team almost $260,000 following a failed defamation claim.…

[#] Tue Jun 12 2018 02:09:16 EDT from rss

Subject: Meet IBM Summit, World's Fastest and Smartest Supercomputer Powered by Linux

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ORNL (Oak Ridge National Laboratory) and the U.S. Department of Energy unveiled Summit, world’s most powerful, fastest, and smartest scientific supercomputer powered by Linux.

[#] Tue Jun 12 2018 03:13:12 EDT from rss

Subject: How to Monitor Laptop Battery Usage in Linux

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Monitoring your laptop’s battery is important. Explore these ways to manage your battery in Linux.

[#] Tue Jun 12 2018 04:35:15 EDT from rss

Subject: How Cisco is Expanding Its Container and Kubernetes Efforts

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Lew Tucker, VP and CTO for Cloud Computing at Cisco details his company's latest initiatives to enable container applications across Cisco technologies.

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Subject: CentOS-Based NethServer 7.5 Linux OS Launches with New Mail Server, NextCloud 13

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NethServer project's Alessio Fattorini informs Softpedia today on the general availability of the NethServer 7.5 server-oriented, Linux-based operating system release.

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