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[#] Fri Feb 08 2019 12:10:46 EST from rss

Subject: Raspberry Pi gets its own brick-and-mortar retail store

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The Raspberry Pi, believe it or not, now has its very own retail store. Located on the first floor of the Grand Arcade in Cambridge, U.K., the Raspberry Pi Store is open every day and sells everything from Raspberry Pi microcomputers and accessories to branded coffee mugs, soft toys, and more.

[#] Fri Feb 08 2019 12:44:48 EST from rss

Subject: Five of the Biggest Things to Look For on Linux in 2019

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Linux will still not be a mainstream desktop in 2019, but there are some interesting things to look for. Here are the 5 biggest Linux predictions for 2019.

[#] Fri Feb 08 2019 13:32:32 EST from rss

Subject: Essential System Tools: f3

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f3 is a set of 5 open source utilities that detect and repair counterfeit flash storage. It achieves this by testing the media’s capacity and performance. It tests the real size and compares it to what the drive says.

[#] Fri Feb 08 2019 14:19:47 EST from rss

Subject: Which programming languages should you learn?

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If you want to get started or get ahead in your programming career, learning a new language is a smart idea. But the huge number of languages in active use invites the question: Which programming language is the best one to know? To answer that, let's start with a simplifying question: What sort of programming do you want to do?If you want to do web programming on the client side, then the specialized languages HTML, CSS, and JavaScript—in one of its seemingly infinite dialects—are de more

[#] Fri Feb 08 2019 14:51:39 EST from rss

Subject: How to install LibreOffice 6.2 on Linux Mint 19.1

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LibreOffice is out and today we are looking at how to install it, and some of its new features!

[#] Fri Feb 08 2019 15:40:29 EST from rss

Subject: 7 steps for hunting down Python code bugs

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It is 3 pm on a Friday afternoon. Why? Because it is always 3 pm on a Friday when things go down. You get a notification that a customer has found a bug in your software. After you get over your initial disbelief, you contact DevOps to find out what is happening with the logs for your app, because you remember receiving a notification that they were being more

[#] Fri Feb 08 2019 17:18:14 EST from rss

Subject: 5 Ways to Edit PDF files in Ubuntu

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PDF or Portable Document Format is mostly our first choice when it comes to printing, sharing and emailing documents, especially the larger ones. This article shows you 5 ways to edit PDF files on Ubuntu Linux.

[#] Fri Feb 08 2019 18:53:18 EST from rss

Subject: Defaulting to legacy Internet Explorer just to keep that one, weird app working? Knock it off

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Microsoft: We know what we said then, listen to what we're saying nowOddly enough, for the second time this week, Microsoft has been spotted telling the world that its software is, er, not very good.…

[#] Fri Feb 08 2019 20:32:44 EST from rss

Subject: Digital divide? How the Asian Penguins share Linux at Minnesota charter school

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"It always seems impossible until it's done." —Nelson more

[#] Fri Feb 08 2019 22:02:31 EST from rss

Subject: Raspberry Pi-like RK3328 and Snapdragon 410 SBCs lead Novasom SBC onslaught

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Novasom has launched two Linux-powered, RPi-like SBCs — the Rockchip RK3328 based SBC-M7FT and Snapdragon 410C driven SBC-M8FT — plus an ESP32-based SBC-U1 board. Upcoming boards include Apollo Lake and RK3399 models. Bucharest, Romania based Novasom Industries has a wide range of Linux-powered SBCs, most of which were launched in 2018. Over the last month, […]

[#] Fri Feb 08 2019 23:42:00 EST from rss

Subject: How to Change DNS Settings in Ubuntu 18.04 LTS

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This tutorial shows how to change the resolving DNS server on Ubuntu Linux by using the GUI and the command line.

[#] Sat Feb 09 2019 01:07:28 EST from rss

Subject: Fedora logo redesign

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The current Fedora Logo has been used by Fedora and the Fedora Community since 2005. However, over the past few months, Máirín Duffy and the Fedora Design team, along with the wider Fedora community have been working on redesigning the Fedora logo. Far from being just an arbitrary logo change, this process is being undertaken […]

[#] Sat Feb 09 2019 02:36:28 EST from rss

Subject: How to Make Ubuntu Look Like macOS Mojave 10.14

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[#] Sat Feb 09 2019 04:36:27 EST from rss

Subject: Mozilla Heads to Capitol Hill to Defend Net Neutrality

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Today Denelle Dixon, Mozilla COO, had the honor of testifying on behalf of Mozilla before a packed United States House of Representatives Energy & Commerce Telecommunications Subcommittee in support of … Read moreThe post Mozilla Heads to Capitol Hill to Defend Net Neutrality appeared first on The Mozilla Blog.

[#] Sat Feb 09 2019 06:36:11 EST from rss

Subject: How to Install TeamViewer on CentOS 7

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TeamViewer is a cross-platform solution that can be used for remote control, desktop sharing and file transfer between computers. TeamViewer is proprietary computer software and it is not included in the CentOS repositories.

[#] Sat Feb 09 2019 08:22:03 EST from rss

Subject: Born-again open-source enthusiast Microsoft rucks up at OpenChain

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How do you solve a problem like compliance?Microsoft has continued to buff its open-source halo by signing up to the OpenChain Project, which is aimed at simplifying the plethora of licences floating around the open-source community.…

[#] Sat Feb 09 2019 10:14:58 EST from rss

Subject: Embedded vision cams use MIPI-CSI and USB3 Vision to hook up with Linux dev boards

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Allied Vision’s Alvium embedded cameras include 1500 (MIPI-CSI) and 1800 (CSI and USB3) models, both with On Semi sensors at up 2592 × 1944 and V4L2 drivers that support Jetson and i.MX6/8 dev boards. In November, Allied Vision Technologies GmbH announced its Linux-friendly Alvium 1500 and Alvium 1800 embedded and machine vision camera series. Now [[he]#8230[/he]]

[#] Sat Feb 09 2019 12:08:43 EST from rss

Subject: 16 Best Linux IRC Clients (Updated 2019)

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To provide an insight into the quality of software that is available, we have compiled an updated list of 16 praiseworthy IRC clients, and our verdict on them. There’s a mix of graphical and console based applications included. Hopefully, there will be something of interest for all types of users.

[#] Sat Feb 09 2019 14:18:21 EST from rss

Subject: How to Setup Private Docker Registry on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS

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Docker Registry or 'Registry' is an open source and highly scalable server-side application that can be used to store and distribute Docker images. In this tutorial, we're going to show you how to install and configure a Private Docker Registry on a Ubuntu 18.04 server.

[#] Sat Feb 09 2019 16:10:51 EST from rss

Subject: 15 Firefox Addons To Consider Using Right Now

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Firefox also has the ability to add addons, which will allow you to boost your productivity a lot depending on your user setup. In this post, we’ll take a tour on some extremely important Firefox addons that you should check right now.

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