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[#] Sun Jul 02 2017 22:30:09 EDT from rss

Subject: Testing Models

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In my last few articles, I've been dipping into thewaters of "machine learning"[he]mdash[/he]a powerful idea that has been movingsteadily into the mainstream of computing, and that has the potentialto change lives in numerous ways.

[#] Mon Jul 03 2017 00:23:02 EDT from rss

Subject: Antergos: User-Friendly Desktop, Fueled by the Power of Arch

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Over the years, Arch Linux has had the misfortune of being maligned as one of the more challenging modern Linux distributions. That’s a shame, because Arch Linux is one of the most solid distributions you’ll find. Nonetheless, new users finding their way over to the official Arch Linux installation guide may choose to return to the likes of Ubuntu or Linux Mint. Now, however, there are other options, due to the release of some very user-friendly takes on the Arch Linux distribution, including Antergos.

[#] Mon Jul 03 2017 01:28:05 EDT from rss

Subject: openSUSE Tumbleweed Users Get Latest Mesa 17.1.3 Release for Better Gaming, More

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It's been only a week since our last report on the latest package updates that landed in the stable repositories of the openSUSE Tumbleweed operating system, and Douglas DeMaio is back with some fresh info.

[#] Mon Jul 03 2017 02:16:52 EDT from rss

Subject: Linux: A Hacker's Preference

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Hackers have tools that they use to carry out various types of operations. But among them all, the most crucial is the Linux Operating System.

[#] Mon Jul 03 2017 03:21:39 EDT from rss

Subject: Linux 4.12 kernel lands: 'Go forth and use it' quoth Linus Torvalds

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'No reason to delay'As anticipated last week, version 4.12 of the Linux kernel landed Sunday amid a storm of … well, placidity, as it happens.…

[#] Mon Jul 03 2017 04:43:01 EDT from rss

Subject: Last Chance to Submit Your Talk for Open Source Summit or ELC Europe

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Submit your proposal soon to speak at Open Source Summit and Embedded Linux Conference (ELC) taking place in Prague, Czech Republic, October 23-25, 2017. The deadline for proposals is Saturday, July 8, 2017. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to share your expertise and experience at these events.

[#] Mon Jul 03 2017 05:48:03 EDT from rss

Subject: Arch Linux 2017.07.01 Is Now Available for Download, Uses Linux Kernel 4.11.7

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It's that time of the month again when the developers of the popular Arch Linux operating system release a refreshed, up-to-date installation medium of their GNU/Linux distribution.

[#] Mon Jul 03 2017 06:53:06 EDT from rss

Subject: What Are Linux Logs? How to View Them, Most Important Directories, and More

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Logs on your Linux server are crucial to monitoring and troubleshooting. Take a look at what they actually are and how to make the most of them.

[#] Mon Jul 03 2017 07:57:11 EDT from rss

Subject: Linux Mint 18.2 Cinnamon, MATE, KDE and Xfce Editions Now Available for Download

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In the July 2017 newsletter of his Linux Mint project, Clement Lefebvre reveals the fact that the highly-anticipated Linux Mint 18.2 "Sonya" operating system has passed QA (Quality Assurance) and it's now available for download.

[#] Mon Jul 03 2017 09:17:29 EDT from rss

Subject: LibreOffice Mascot competition

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LibreOffice is looking for a mascot and you could be the creator of it! In their announcement, they mention some of the popular mascots out there, like Java's Duke, the SUSE Geeko, and KDE's Konqui.

[#] Mon Jul 03 2017 10:19:31 EDT from rss

Subject: Steve Suehring's CompTIA Linux+ and LPIC Practice Tests (Sybex)

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Possessing Linux skills is valuable in today's IT job market where demand fortalent outstrips supply. Getting certified proves you have the chops to do thejob, and two well worn paths to Linux certification are the Computing TechnologyIndustry Association's CompTIA Linux+ and the Linux Professional InstituteCertification (LPIC).

[#] Mon Jul 03 2017 11:23:34 EDT from rss

Subject: This is how you OpenStack: 6 new guides and tutorials

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Cloud infrastructure is a hugely in-demand skill. And if you[he]#039[/he]re looking for an open source solution for your cloud infrastructure needs, chances are OpenStack is in that mix.OpenStack is a huge collection of projects, providing solutions and integrations for nearly every part of the cloud stack. While this large scope makes it a powerful tool, it also means that it can be hard to keep up and learn about the full suite of projects, how to use them, how to customize them, and how to contribute code back to more

[#] Mon Jul 03 2017 17:36:41 EDT from rss

Subject: Ubuntu Developer Shares His Thoughts on the Unity to GNOME Shell Transition

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According to Ubuntu developer Iain Lane, the Ubuntu Desktop team over at Canonical, the company behind the popular Linux-based operating system, has a very big task to accomplish this year for the upcoming Ubuntu 17.10 release.

[#] Mon Jul 03 2017 18:58:01 EDT from rss

Subject: IBM Using Docker and Kubernetes to Enable Watson Cognitive Computing

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IBM's Watson computing platform is helping to enable a new era of what IBM calls "Cognitive Computing" with its powerful processing and analytics capabilities. Looking beyond the physical hardware behind IBM Watson, it is Docker containers that are helping IBM to deliver Watson services.

[#] Mon Jul 03 2017 20:03:04 EDT from rss

Subject: LMMS A Music Production App For Linux

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LMMS is an audio workstation for audio designers and hobbies (yes that’s right). Still better it’s FOSS + it’s available for multiple Operating Systems and that gives you the great opportunity to recommend your music pals this great piece of tool.

[#] Mon Jul 03 2017 21:06:06 EDT from rss

Subject: Linux 4.12 Kernel Debuts New Schedulers in Big Release

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Linux creator Linus Torvalds officially released the Linux 4.12 kernel on July 2, providing improved capabilities that will help improve the scalability and performance of Linux operating systems.

[#] Mon Jul 03 2017 22:11:10 EDT from rss

Subject: This little 64-bit NanoPi went to wireless

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The $25 NanoPi Neo Plus2 SBC combines the WiFi, Bluetooth, and 8GB eMMC of the Neo Air with the quad -A53 Allwinner H5 of the Neo2, and boosts RAM to 1GB. Despite bulking up in one dimension to 52 x 40mm, FriendlyElec’s NanoPi Neo Plus2 is still part of the headless, IoT-oriented Neo family, joining the 40 x 40mm, $8 NanoPi Neo, the wireless enabled, $20 NanoPi Neo Air, and the 64-bit $15 NanoPi Neo2.

[#] Mon Jul 03 2017 23:32:30 EDT from rss

Subject: HTTPS Certificate Revocation is broken, and it's time for some new tools

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We have a little problem on the web right now and I can only see it becoming a larger concern as time goes by: more and more sites are obtaining certificates, vitally important documents needed to deploy HTTPS, but we have no way of protecting ourselves when things go wrong.

[#] Tue Jul 04 2017 00:36:35 EDT from rss

Subject: Linux Lite Users Are the First to Get Linux Kernel 4.12, Here's How to Install It

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Not even a day after the release of the Linux 4.12 kernel, Linux Lite creator Jerry Bezencon announced today that users of his Ubuntu-based operating system can now install the new kernel version on their computers.

[#] Tue Jul 04 2017 01:41:38 EDT from rss

Subject: Working with Docker Volumes

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This series previews the new self-paced Containers for Developers and Quality Assurance (LFS254) training course from The Linux Foundation. In earlier articles, we installed Docker, introduced Docker Machine, performed basic Docker container and image operations, and looked at Dockerfiles and Docker Hub.

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