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[#] Wed Jun 27 2018 06:07:10 EDT from rss

Subject: EFF Launches STARTTLS Everywhere, GitLab Moving from Azure to Google Cloud, Firefox 61.0 Released, SUSE Linux Enterprise 15 Now Available and More

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[#] Wed Jun 27 2018 07:11:13 EDT from rss

Subject: Best Free Linux Internet Forum Software

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There is a good range of forum software that is released under an open source license. You may have heard of phpBB, one of the oldest and finest open source forum software. But there’s lots of good alternatives.

[#] Wed Jun 27 2018 08:29:28 EDT from rss

Subject: What’s coming in Fedora 29 Anaconda?

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Last week, the Fedora Magazine covered the new features and improvements in the Fedora 28 Installer. The Fedora installer team is already hard at work adding new features for Fedora 29. This article covers some of these improvements. Progress hub The progress hub is mostly empty (on Fedora Workstation) after moving the user creation step […]

[#] Wed Jun 27 2018 09:46:44 EDT from rss

Subject: football-cli

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If you’re a big fan of the command-line, what better way to keep track of the latest World Cup scores and standings with a small command-line utility. Let’s take a look at one of the hottest trending football utilities available. It’s goes by the name football-cli.

[#] Wed Jun 27 2018 11:05:01 EDT from rss

Subject: Supercomputers: All Linux, all the time

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VIDEO: The latest TOP500 Supercomputer list is out. What's not surprising is that Linux runs on every last one of the world's fastest supercomputers. What is surprising is that GPUs, not CPUs, now power most of supercomputers' speed.

[#] Wed Jun 27 2018 12:07:02 EDT from rss

Subject: 13 must-read books to take your DevOps skills to the next level

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As many of you know, continuous learning is a critical part of DevOps. That's why we put together this list. These are only 13 books from a vast array of resources out there, sourced from the Open Source DevOps team. What books are you reading to fine tune your DevOps practice and skills? Tell us in the more

[#] Wed Jun 27 2018 13:24:20 EDT from rss

Subject: 5 of the Most Useful Graphical Git Clients for Linux

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These are several graphical Git clients that you can use to make your git usage an easier and better one.

[#] Wed Jun 27 2018 14:41:35 EDT from rss

Subject: How to share your desktop in Linux using x11vnc

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While ssh is a vital tool for every system administrator, being it the most used and secure protocol for remote administration, even capable to grant access to the X11 display server, via X11 forwarding, it is not the right tool to use when the desired target is to share an entire desktop session. In that case the vnc protocol is our friend. By using it, we can completely control another machine, sharing even keyboard or mouse events.

[#] Wed Jun 27 2018 16:00:53 EDT from rss

Subject: 4 ways Flutter makes mobile app development delightful

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I'm going to let you in on a secret: For years I hated mobile development. I wanted to like it—mobile was the future! It was cool! It was low-power! It was a way to connect with users whose first exposure to computers did not come from traditional desktop platforms! And yet… development was a slow, frustrating experience for me. Instead, I sequestered myself over in the entirely problem-free area of web development and mourned the disappearance of the HTML blink tag (kidding).read more

[#] Wed Jun 27 2018 17:17:07 EDT from rss

Subject: How to Change User Password in Linux

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This tutorial will show you how to change a user password in Linux. We will also cover how to force a user to change their password the next time they login. The examples provided in the tutorial should work with any Linux distribution.

[#] Wed Jun 27 2018 18:20:15 EDT from rss

Subject: How to explain blockchain in plain English

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If you are struggling to explain blockchain to your boss or colleagues, this plain English guide can help.

[#] Wed Jun 27 2018 18:20:17 EDT from rss

Subject: Linux tty Command Tutorial for Beginners (with Examples)

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In Linux, everything is a file. Even any hardware device connected to the system is represented as a special file. So it shouldn't come as a surprise that a terminal is also represented as a file. There exists a command dubbed tty that displays terminal related information.

[#] Wed Jun 27 2018 19:41:55 EDT from rss

Subject: Why libraries need to get with apps and APIs

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As an open education supporter, I've been following the progress of FOLIO, a community effort built around the idea that "the future of libraries is open" (a phrase that also forms the group's acronym, FOLIO). FOLIO is a partnership between libraries and vendors that is developing an open source library services platform (LSP).read more

[#] Wed Jun 27 2018 21:03:01 EDT from rss

Subject: The Beginner's Guide to pstree Command on Linux

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pstree is a useful command for displaying running processes in Linux. Find out how it works in this article.

[#] Wed Jun 27 2018 22:08:05 EDT from rss

Subject: Embracing Snaps: an Interview with Canonical and Slack

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the appeal to snap packages is that they are self-contained (that is,containerized). They are designed to auto-update and are safe to run. A snappackage is bundled with its dependencies, which is what allows it to run onall other major Linux distribution without any modification...

[#] Wed Jun 27 2018 23:29:29 EDT from rss

Subject: Facebook partners on open source AI development tools ONNX and PyTorch 1.0

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Facebook and its partners in the artificial intelligence (AI) community are building open source tools to accelerate AI development and make the ecosystem more interoperable. Following are the latest updates on these more

[#] Thu Jun 28 2018 00:34:44 EDT from rss

Subject: Security-Oriented Alpine Linux Can Now Be Installed on Raspberry Pi 3 Model B+

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A new stable version of Natanael Copa’s security-oriented Alpine Linux operating system has been released with support for Raspberry Pi single-board computers and various updated components.

[#] Thu Jun 28 2018 01:54:29 EDT from rss

Subject: Firefox hooks up with HaveIBeenPwned for account pwnage probe

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For now, let's ponder browser version 61 adding code that lets extensions close tabs. Firefox has started testing an easier way for users to check whether they're using an online service that has been hacked, through integration with Troy Hunt's HaveIBeenPwned database.…

[#] Thu Jun 28 2018 02:58:46 EDT from rss

Subject: Expandable, Apollo Lake based MintBox Mini 2 starts at $299

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The Linux Mint project has released the rugged MintBox Mini 2 mini-PC based on the Apollo Lake powered Compulab Fitlet2, with options including PoE, HDD, and CAN. The system ships with the new Linux Mint 19 “Tara” distro.

[#] Thu Jun 28 2018 04:17:06 EDT from rss

Subject: Kubernetes keeps improving

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VIDEO: The latest and greatest, Kubernetes 1.11, will be out shortly. Kubernetes has become the cloud container orchestration program. Its developers aren't resting on their laurels. Kubernetes is continuing to develop at a rapid rate. Less than three-months, after the last significant release, Kubernetes 1.10, Kubernetes 1.11 is on its way.

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