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[#] Tue Jan 22 2019 04:40:31 EST from rss

Subject: Dcp (Dat Copy)

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2DayGeek: Dcp (Stands for Dat Copy) copies files between hosts on a network using the peer-to-peer Dat network.

[#] Tue Jan 22 2019 06:01:09 EST from rss

Subject: How to Change User Password in Ubuntu

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It’s always a good idea to update your password on a regular basis and use a unique password for each account. As a regular user in Ubuntu you can only change your own password. The root user and users with sudo privileges can change another user’s passwords and define how the password can be used or changed.

[#] Wed Dec 31 1969 19:00:00 EST from rss

Subject: 15 Tar Commands You Should Try in Linux

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Sometimes you need to pack multiple files and/or directories into a single file. These are some tar commands you can use to archive and compress your files.

[#] Tue Jan 22 2019 08:27:57 EST from rss

Subject: Challenges in open source voice interfaces

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If you're anything like many open source enthusiasts, you may have grown up watching science fiction shows like Knight Rider, or Star Trek, or (my personal favorite) Time Trax. What do they have in common? In each, voice is the key medium through which the protagonists interact with a computer. Knight Rider had Kitt, Star Trek had the ubiquitous computer, and even the indefatigable Darrian Lambert in Time Trax had dependable Selma, the holographic more

[#] Tue Jan 22 2019 09:48:34 EST from rss

Subject: Command-Line Tip: Put Down the Pipe

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Learn a few techniques for avoiding the pipe and making your command-line commands more efficient.

[#] Tue Jan 22 2019 10:53:40 EST from rss

Subject: Ubuntu Testing Chromium Snap With VAAPI (Hardware-Accelerated Video Decoding) Support

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Ubuntu is testing a new Chromium snap package that enables VAAPI support, allowing the web browser to take advantage of hardware-accelerated video decoding.

[#] Tue Jan 22 2019 12:14:30 EST from rss

Subject: Open edX and OpenStack for complex learning environments

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Almost every new technology developed in recent years has been complex, distributed, and built for scale: Kubernetes, Ceph, and OpenStack are a few examples. These systems are quite different from the ones we saw just a few years ago. Practically any non-trivial software solution today comes with loose coupling, asynchronicity, and elasticity—properties usually absent from systems of the more

[#] Tue Jan 22 2019 13:19:28 EST from rss

Subject: Want to spin up Ubuntu VMs from Windows 10's command line, eh? We'll need to see a Multipass

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Don't need full-fat GUI? WSL doesn't cut it? Canonical has just the ticketWindows 10 developers have been gifted yet another way of running Linux on their desktop in the form of Canonical's Multipass.…

[#] Tue Jan 22 2019 14:40:50 EST from rss

Subject: buntu 18.04

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Webmin is a web-based opensource control panel for Linux systems. Webmin enables you to manage your server operations for system administration through the web-based interface.

[#] Tue Jan 22 2019 15:45:16 EST from rss

Subject: Get started with Go For It, a flexible to-do list application

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There seems to be a mad rush at the beginning of every year to find ways to be more productive. New Year's resolutions, the itch to start the year off right, and of course, an "out with the old, in with the new" attitude all contribute to this. And the usual round of recommendations is heavily biased towards closed source and proprietary software. It doesn't have to be that way.Here's the tenth of my picks for 19 new (or new-to-you) open source tools to help you be more productive in more

[#] Tue Jan 22 2019 17:04:37 EST from rss

Subject: Vamrs launches RK3399Pro SBC plus cheaper version of RK3399-based Rock960

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Vamrs has launched an under $299 [he]#8220[/he]Toybrick RK3399Pro[he]#8221[/he] SBC that runs Linux or Android on the AI-enhanced RK3399Pro. Vamrs also released a cheaper, $69 Model C version of its RK3399 based Rock960 SBC. Shenzhen based Vamrs has opened pre-orders for a Toybrick RK3399Pro (TB-RK3399Pro) development board, a collaborative project with Rockchip to showcase its AI-enabled [[he]#8230[/he]]

[#] Tue Jan 22 2019 18:24:58 EST from rss

Subject: Parrot 4.5 Ethical Hacking OS Released with Metasploit 5.0, Drops 32-Bit Support

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Parrot Security have released a new version of their ethical hacking and penetration testing GNU/Linux distribution that brings updated components and a major change for the project.

[#] Tue Jan 22 2019 19:29:41 EST from rss

Subject: Canonical Announces Ubuntu Core 18 for IoT, Red Hat JBoss Enterprise Application Platform 7.2 Now Available, Parrot 4.5 Officially Released, HP Launching Two New Chromebooks for Schools and Google Hit

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[#] Tue Jan 22 2019 20:49:21 EST from rss

Subject: The Coral Project is moving to Vox Media

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Since 2015, the Mozilla Foundation has incubated The Coral Project to support journalism and improve online dialog around the world through privacy-centered, open source software.

[#] Tue Jan 22 2019 22:10:03 EST from rss

Subject: We all love bonking to pay, but if you bonk with a Windows Phone then Microsoft has bad news

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Look, the platform is dead. Will you just move on already? Dearly beloved, we are gathered here today to honour the memory of yet another Windows mobile technology. The rabidly unpopular Microsoft Wallet for the much beloved Windows Phone is for the chop.…

[#] Tue Jan 22 2019 23:14:46 EST from rss

Subject: Linux Ping Command Examples

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Ping is one of the most commonly used networking commands in Linux and other operating systems. Ping is mainly used to check if a remote host is reachable or not. The remote host could be a web server, your router or a system on your local network.Here are some of the most common usages of ping command in Linux along with their explanation.

[#] Wed Jan 23 2019 00:34:10 EST from rss

Subject: Ubuntu Core doubles down on Internet of Things

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Besides the cloud, Canonical is staking its Linux future on the Internet of Things with its new Ubuntu Core release.

[#] Wed Jan 23 2019 01:55:18 EST from rss

Subject: Runtime security agent tailors itself to each Linux-based IoT device

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VDOO has launched an “ERA” (Embedded Runtime Agent) for securing Linux IoT devices. The agent self-optimizes for specific systems with the help of the company[he]#8217[/he]s Vision analytics software. Security startup VDOO has launched its ERA (Embedded Runtime Agent), which it claims is the first auto-generated runtime agent designed to offer security protections directly on Linux-based [[he]#8230[/he]]

[#] Wed Jan 23 2019 02:59:44 EST from rss

Subject: Canonical Brings Ubuntu 18.04 LTS to IoT & Embedded Devices with Ubuntu Core 18

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Canonical announced today the official availability of the Ubuntu Core 18 operating system for the IoT (Internet of Things) ecosystem and embedded devices, based on the Ubuntu 18.04 LTS (Bionic Beaver) series.

[#] Wed Jan 23 2019 04:23:11 EST from rss

Subject: Canonical brings some bling to the Internet of Things with Snap-happy Ubuntu Core 18 release

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Ubuntu here, there, everywhereCanonical unleashed Ubuntu Core 18 on the public today following a beta of the locked-down Linux in December.…

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