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[#] Wed Jul 11 2018 00:15:10 EDT from rss

Subject: Linux module and dev board showcase Arm/FPGA Stratix 10 SX

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Reflex CES has launched a “COMXpressSX Stratix 10” Basic Type 7 module that runs Linux on Intel’s Stratix 10 SX SoC and offers 56GB DDR4, 32GB eMMC, and 32x PCIe. An optional PCIe carrier supplies 10GbE, GbE, SATA, and more. Paris-based Reflex CES, which sells a variety on FPGA-based PCIe boards and development kits, last year released a Linux-driven, 95 x 86mm Arria 10 SoC SoM based on Intel PSG’s FPGA- and dual Cortex-A9 enabled Arria 10 SoC. Now it has returned with a COM Express Basic Type 7 module and development kit that runs Linux on Intel PSG’s more powerful, 14nm fabricated Stratix 10 SX SoC.

[#] Wed Jul 11 2018 01:17:48 EDT from rss

Subject: Users, Groups, and Other Linux Beasts

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In a nutshell: you use permissions to establish who can do stuff to files and directories and what they can do with each file and directory -- read from it, write to it, move it, erase it, etc. To try everything this tutorial covers, you'll need to create a new user on your system. Let's be practical and make a user for anybody who needs to borrow your computer, that is, what we call a guest account.

[#] Wed Jul 11 2018 02:36:28 EDT from rss

Subject: wego

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wego is another gem of a terminal application. It’s open source weather software written in the Go programming language and designed for the terminal. It displays the weather in a variety of visually attractive ways. It’s a lightweight way to keep an eye on the weather without requiring a web browser.

[#] Wed Jul 11 2018 03:55:23 EDT from rss

Subject: Canonical Releases Minimal Ubuntu, Mozilla Launches Two Mobile Test Pilot Experiments, Google Announces Jib for Java Developers, New Ubuntu Bug Discovered and Wine 3.12 Now Available

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[#] Wed Jul 11 2018 05:13:24 EDT from rss

Subject: KDE Plasma 5.13.3 Desktop Environment Released with More Than 30 Improvements

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The KDE Project released today the third maintenance update to the latest KDE Plasma 5.13 open-source desktop environment for Linux-based operating systems.

[#] Wed Jul 11 2018 06:17:07 EDT from rss

Subject: DIY RV Offsite Backup and Media Server

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[#] Wed Jul 11 2018 07:35:16 EDT from rss

Subject: How to set up Apache Virtual Hosts on Debian 9

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In this tutorial, we will show you how to set up Apache virtual hosts on Debian 9. Apache is a free and open source web server. It is the most popular and widely used web server in the world, and it is commonly used in Linux servers. It is developed and maintained by Apache Software Foundation, over half of all servers around the world are running this fast and secure web server.

[#] Wed Jul 11 2018 08:53:54 EDT from rss

Subject: UserLAnd, a Turnkey Linux in Your Pocket

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There comes a time when having a full-fledged Linux distribution withinreach is necessary or just plain useful. And, what could be more within reach thanhaving that same distribution on a computing device most peoplehave with them at all times? Yes, I'm talking about a smartphone—specifically, anAndroid-powered smartphone. Enter UserLAnd.

[#] Wed Jul 11 2018 09:56:46 EDT from rss

Subject: 4 add-ons to improve your privacy on Thunderbird

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Thunderbird is a popular free email client developed by Mozilla. Similar to Firefox, Thunderbird offers a large choice of add-ons for extra features and customization. This article focuses on four add-ons to improve your privacy. Enigmail Encrypting emails using GPG (GNU Privacy Guard) is the best way to keep their contents private. If you aren’t […]

[#] Wed Jul 11 2018 11:17:41 EDT from rss

Subject: How to Manage Your User Password from the Terminal in Linux

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Passwords in Linux can be managed directly with the passwd command. This will show how you can use it to manage your user password in Linux.

[#] Wed Jul 11 2018 12:38:36 EDT from rss

Subject: Best Bug Bounty Programs On Internet

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?The software revolution brought many opportunities for programmers. The modern software industry is not just limited to development. The developed software or service might have backdoors or glitches. These can cause vulnerabilities that hackers use to their benefit by exploiting such services.

[#] Wed Jul 11 2018 13:43:39 EDT from rss

Subject: To survive Industry 4.0, think beyond the digital

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We live in an age of innovation featuring rapid cycles of change. Futurist Gerd Leonhardt estimates we will see more change between 2015 and 2035 than in the prior 300 years of modern history. To effectively understand this change, we need to step back and see the large scale impact of this more

[#] Wed Jul 11 2018 15:05:00 EDT from rss

Subject: Postfix Virtual Hosting With LDAP Backend And With Dovecot As IMAP/POP3 Server On Ubuntu Bionic Beaver 18.04 LTS

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This tutorial describes how to set up and configure virtual mail hosting with an LDAP backend. Software we will use in this howto: Postfix (MTA), Dovecot (IMAP / POP3), Gnarwl (vacation), OpenLDAP (LDAP) and vMailpanel as the management interface. Optional are Proftpd FTP, Roundcube (webmail) and MariaDB (SQL backend for Roundcube).

[#] Wed Jul 11 2018 16:09:11 EDT from rss

Subject: Minimum GCC Version Likely to Jump from 3.2 to 4.8

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The question of the earliest GCC compiler version to support for building theLinux kernel comes up periodically. The ideal would be for Linux to compileunder all GCC versions...

[#] Wed Jul 11 2018 17:26:21 EDT from rss

Subject: 5 open source racing and flying games for Linux

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Gaming has traditionally been one of Linux's weak points. That has changed somewhat in recent years thanks to Steam, GOG, and other efforts to bring commercial games to multiple operating systems, but those games often are not open source. Sure, the games can be played on an open source operating system, but that is not good enough for an open source more

[#] Wed Jul 11 2018 18:44:36 EDT from rss

Subject: buntu 18.04

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In this tutorial we will show you how to install PostgreSQL on Ubuntu 18.04 and explore the fundamentals of basic database administration.

[#] Wed Jul 11 2018 20:02:25 EDT from rss

Subject: Xen Project Hypervisor: Virtualization and Power Management are Coalescing into an Energy-Aware Hypervisor

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Power management in the Xen Project Hypervisor historically targets server applications to improve power consumption and heat management in data centers reducing electricity and cooling costs. In the embedded space, the Xen Project Hypervisor faces very different applications, architectures and power-related requirements, which focus on battery life, heat, and size.

[#] Wed Jul 11 2018 21:18:40 EDT from rss

Subject: Building hearing aids with a Linux-based open hardware board

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Since first published the story of the GNU/Linux hearing aid research platform in 2010, there has been an explosion in the availability of miniature system boards, including the original BeagleBone in 2011 and the Raspberry Pi in more

[#] Wed Jul 11 2018 22:22:16 EDT from rss

Subject: Create your first Docker container : A Beginner

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A Docker container provides a way to run multiple isolated systems on a single server or host. Each container shares kernel (& libraries also) of the host’s operating system. And since each container that is being used, shares OS with host, it makes docker containers very light in size. In-fact size of a Docker container can be in Megabytes (not GBs) & they load up extremely faster in mere seconds as compared to virtual machines that are GBs in size & take minutes not seconds to load up.

[#] Wed Jul 11 2018 23:39:34 EDT from rss

Subject: What are cloud-native applications?

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As cloud computing was starting to hit its stride six or seven years ago, one of the important questions people were struggling with was: "What do my apps have to look like if I want to run them in a public, private, or hybrid cloud?"There were a number of takes at answering this question at the time.

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