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[#] Thu Jun 28 2018 05:37:26 EDT from rss

Subject: How to Install Nginx with Brotli Compression on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS

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In this tutorial, I will show you step-by-step how to add support for Brotli compression algorithm in Nginx web server. Brotli is an open source compression algorithm created by Google. Brotli provides better and lossless compression than gzip, and it's now supported by major browsers and web servers.

[#] Thu Jun 28 2018 06:56:42 EDT from rss

Subject: Eclipse Photon Now Available, Mercedes-Benz Vans Using Automotive Grade Linux, Enso Open-Source Project for Machine Learning, Tails 3.8 Released and More

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[#] Thu Jun 28 2018 07:59:44 EDT from rss

Subject: CIP: Keeping the Lights On with Linux

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Modern civil infrastructure is all around us -- in power plants, radar systems, traffic lights, dams, weather systems, and so on. Many of these infrastructure projects exist for decades, if not longer, so security and longevity are paramount. And, many of these systems are powered by Linux, which offers technology providers more control over these issues.

[#] Thu Jun 28 2018 09:17:01 EDT from rss

Subject: Cooking with Linux (without a Net): Too Many Virtual Machines, i3 and ArcoLinux Redux

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On this week's "Cooking with Linux (without a Net)" show, Marcel learns, in as much as he can learn anything, that you can try to do too many things at once—especially when those things really don't all want to happen at the same time.

[#] Thu Jun 28 2018 10:36:20 EDT from rss

Subject: How to Install Fuel CMS on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS

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Fuel CMS is a free and open source content management system written in PHP that can be used to develop websites and blogs. It is based on CodeIgniter PHP web framework that can be used for advanced web development.

[#] Thu Jun 28 2018 11:52:35 EDT from rss

Subject: YouTube Music Support Lands In Google Play Music Desktop Player (GPMDP)

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The Google Play Music Desktop Player (GPMDP) app has been updated with support for the new YouTube Music. GPMDP is a cross platform desktop player for Google Play Music, and now YouTube Music, which adds extra features on top of Google's music service(s), like desktop integration, as well as various customization settings.

[#] Thu Jun 28 2018 12:53:35 EDT from rss

Subject: The KDE e.V. Community Report for 2017 is now available

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If there is one document you want to read to discover what KDE has been up to and where we are right now, this is the one.KDE[he]#039[/he]s yearly report gives a comprehensive overview of all that has happened during 2017. It covers the progress we have made with KDE[he]#039[/he]s Plasma desktop environment; Plasma Mobile (KDE[he]#039[/he]s graphical environment for mobile devices); and applications the community creates to stimulate your productivity, creativity, education, and fun.

[#] Thu Jun 28 2018 14:11:57 EDT from rss

Subject: Apple Loses Its Patent War Against Android and by Extension Against Linux

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The long battle that Steve Jobs embarked on nearly a decade ago (with his infamous term, going "thermonuclear") reaches its end and Apple is nowhere near to what the now-deceased Jobs actually wanted because Android dominates the market and these lawsuits are profitable to nobody except law firms

[#] Thu Jun 28 2018 15:28:12 EDT from rss

Subject: Linux on a 20th century laptop

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Starting with a 20th century computer that struggled to run Windows95 - Compaq Armada 4131T.I didn't want to let such a neat little piece of tech go to waste, but in order to make it usable radical changes were needed.

[#] Thu Jun 28 2018 16:46:29 EDT from rss

Subject: How to Create Custom Desktop Files For Launchers on Linux

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Have you ever installed a program from an outside source and wished that it had a convenient entry in your desktop environment's menu? More often than not, Linux applications installed through any channel other than a software repository don't include a proper desktop entry. Don't worry, though. They're actually quite simple to create for yourself.

[#] Thu Jun 28 2018 18:05:53 EDT from rss

Subject: How to Make Your Server Invisible with Knockd

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When you have a server that is publicly accessible, hackers can easily scan your IP address and check for open ports (particularly port 22 that is used for SSH) on your server. One way to hide your server from hackers is knockd. Knockd is a is a port-knock server.To prevent hackers from accessing the open ports in your Linux server, you can use Knockd to hide running services.

[#] Thu Jun 28 2018 19:11:12 EDT from rss

Subject: Mozilla Firefox 62 Web Browser Enters Development with New Privacy Features

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Now that Firefox 61 is out, Mozilla kicked off development on the next release of its popular open-source and free web browser, Firefox 62, which is now available for public beta testing.

[#] Thu Jun 28 2018 20:32:27 EDT from rss

Subject: How to check your Ubuntu Version

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There are several ways to check what version of Ubuntu you are running. You can either check from the command line or from within the graphical interface.

[#] Thu Jun 28 2018 21:37:33 EDT from rss

Subject: How to Create Custom Commands in Linux

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In this tutorial, We’ll show you how to create custom commands in Linux which will allow you to create “shortcut” commands using a simple name of your choosing.

[#] Thu Jun 28 2018 22:58:58 EDT from rss

Subject: Looks Like 18 More Chrombooks Are Getting Support for Linux Apps Soon

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It would appear the Google plans to extend support for Linux apps to a whole lot of Chromebooks soon with an upcoming release of its Linux-based Chrome OS operating system.

[#] Fri Jun 29 2018 00:02:56 EDT from rss

Subject: Raspberry Pi 3 B+ wins hacker board reader survey

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The Raspberry Pi 3 Model B+ won our 2018 reader survey as the most popular community-backed, Linux/Android hacker board under $200, followed by the UDOO X86 and Odroid-XU4. The results are in for our latest hacker board survey, which we ran on SurveyMonkey in partnership with

[#] Fri Jun 29 2018 01:19:10 EDT from rss

Subject: Puppet's Cisco-Led $42M Round Going to Cloud and Containers

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Puppet, the open source DevOps automation and tool developer, announced this week a $42 million Series F funding round led by Cisco Investments and including EDBI, Kleiner Perkins, True Ventures, and VMware. The round brings the startup's total funding to $130 million. All but EDBI have previously invested in the company.

[#] Fri Jun 29 2018 02:37:37 EDT from rss

Subject: Linux dpkg Command Tutorial for Beginners (8 Examples)

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If you are on a Debian or Debian-based system (like Ubuntu), there are high chances you might have encountered .deb packages. These are Debian packages, and Linux command line offers built-in commands/tools to deal with this kind of packages. One such tool is dpkg, which we will discuss here in this tutorial.

[#] Fri Jun 29 2018 03:56:30 EDT from rss

Subject: Python 3.7.0 Released, Timesys Announces New Threat Resistance Security Technology (TRST) Product Protection, Red Hat OpenStack Platform 13 Now Available and More

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[#] Fri Jun 29 2018 05:13:47 EDT from rss

Subject: Linux Mint 19

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The Linux Mint 19 “Tara” operating system is now available to download ahead of the official release later this week as Cinnamon, MATE, and Xfce editions for both 32-bit and 64-bit architectures.

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