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[#] Mon Jun 05 2017 20:00:32 EDT from rss

Subject: Minecraft Server Configuration

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If you have read my recent article, ‘Minecraft Server on Linux’, then you may want to do more than just play Minecraft. The Minecraft Server allows you to control many aspects of playing as well as managing players. This article will cover some of these aspects to help make your server more appealing to the players.

[#] Mon Jun 05 2017 21:38:07 EDT from rss

Subject: 10 ways the GIMP image editor changed my life

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Happy 19th anniversary of the 1.0 release of GIMP! Let me legally buy you a drink (well, in Canada that is). There are certainly many things to celebrate. Hoorah!Like other young professionals, I have worked many odd jobs over the years, slowly spinning my strange and broad range of experience into a neatly packaged service. Dabbling in open source editing and design software was once a hobby. Now, I use GIMP every more

[#] Mon Jun 05 2017 22:58:32 EDT from rss

Subject: Linux Mint Desklets: How To Easily Manage It On Your Family PC

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?Desklets are small Python programs that run inside gDesklets. What they are intended for is to get your focus-on-work and rely on the information the Desklet accesses [for you]. You get to finish your chores faster than ever and leave your computer satisfied as you shut it off for the next cycle.

[#] Tue Jun 06 2017 00:19:53 EDT from rss

Subject: Android 7 development board unlocks 10nm Snapdragon 835

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Intrinsyc’s “Open-Q 835” dev board showcases the octa-core Snapdragon 835 SoC, which is also headed for Android phones, and eventually, Windows laptops. Intrinsyc has launched the first development board based on Qualcomm’s 10nm-fabricated Snapdragon 835 SoC, which combines four Cortex-A73-like cores clocked at up to 2.3GHz and four lower powered ARM cores clocked to 1.9GHz. […]

[#] Tue Jun 06 2017 01:57:29 EDT from rss

Subject: Documentation based on user stories

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There are numerous approaches to writing documentation, but one of the fundamental distinctions a doc writer must make is whether the resulting doc's goal is to:Describe "features" of a product, software, solution, etc., and how to use these features, orExplain what actions to take in order to perform a task to achieve a specific goalBoth approaches have valid uses, but there are areas or use cases where one is better than the other. It can also depend on who is writing the documentation and who is the intended more

[#] Tue Jun 06 2017 03:17:54 EDT from rss

Subject: Open spec Allwinner A64 hacker board runs Linux or Android

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Olimex has released its first 64-bit hacker board with the $56 A64-OLinuXino, featuring a quad -A53 SoC plus HDMI, GbE, USB, WiFi, and Bluetooth. The A64-OLinuXino is Olimex’s first 64-bit ARMv8 OlinuXino board and the first to be designed entirely with open source CAD software (KiCad).

[#] Tue Jun 06 2017 04:39:15 EDT from rss

Subject: Why you must patch the new Linux sudo security hole

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If you really want to nail down your server, you use SELinux. This makes the newly discovered Linux security hole -- with the sudo command that only hits SELinux-protected systems -- all the more annoying. Ironically, only the most secure Linux server setups are vulnerable to this newly discovered hole.

[#] Tue Jun 06 2017 06:15:49 EDT from rss

Subject: Why Women Devs Are Hard to Recruit and Even Harder to Keep

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Being outnumbered can be more than a little uncomfortable when the majority fails to realize the problem.

[#] Tue Jun 06 2017 07:34:06 EDT from rss

Subject: How to Enable Picture-in-Picture Mode in GNOME Shell

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Both Windows and macOS have added PiP mode to their OS. If you are using Gnome Shell, here’s how you can enable picture-in-picture mode in Gnome Shell.

[#] Tue Jun 06 2017 08:53:24 EDT from rss

Subject: 3 alternatives to LibreOffice Writer

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Even though I write for a living, I rarely use a word processor these days; I do most of my work in a text editor. When I do need to use a word processor, I turn to LibreOffice Writer. It's familiar, it's powerful, and it does everything that I need a word processor to more

[#] Tue Jun 06 2017 10:31:00 EDT from rss

Subject: Krita - Creative Sketching And Painting Application For Linux

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We all love paintings. Paintings are a sort of art that are mystically beautiful, exploring and blazing. Nowadays on Linux, there are many powerful applications that are available for painting and drawing purposes but Krita is one of them that stands out of everything.

[#] Tue Jun 06 2017 11:49:18 EDT from rss

Subject: ps_mem

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ps_mem is a simple python script which help us to get core memory usage accurately for a program in Linux.

[#] Tue Jun 06 2017 14:31:57 EDT from rss

Subject: Raspberry Pi HAT does vital sign monitoring for $195

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ProtoCentral’s HealthyPi is a $195, open source HAT add-on for vital sign monitoring, including ECG/respiration, pulse oximetry, and temperature. Bangalore, India-based ProtoCentral has gone to Crowd Supply to launch a multi-parameter patient monitoring HAT add-on for the Raspberry Pi 3. The open source Healthy Pi v3 is a highly affordable solution for DIY home health […]

[#] Tue Jun 06 2017 15:53:17 EDT from rss

Subject: Arch Linux 2017.06.01 Is Now Available to Download, Powered by Linux Kernel 4.11

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Arch Linux fans or those trying to discover the powerful GNU/Linux distribution should be aware of the fact that there's a new ISO snapshot out there packed with all of the latest software versions and technologies.

[#] Tue Jun 06 2017 17:29:51 EDT from rss

Subject: Become Competent in OCaml Programming with Free Books

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The OCaml system is the main implementation of the Caml language. It has a very strong type-checking system, offers a powerful module system, automatic memory management, first-class functions, and adds a full-fledged object-oriented layer. OCaml includes a native-code compiler supporting numerous architectures, for high performance; a bytecode compiler, for increased portability; and an interactive loop, for experimentation and rapid development. OCaml’s integrated object system allows object-oriented programming without sacrificing the benefits of functional programming,

[#] Tue Jun 06 2017 18:47:09 EDT from rss

Subject: Nginx with libmodsecurity and OWASP ModSecurity Core Rule Set on Ubuntu 16.04

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In this tutorial, I will show you how to compile the latest version of Nginx with libmodsecurity (Modsecurity 3.x) NOT to be confused with Modsecurity 2.9. We will also be integrating the OWASP ModSecurity Core Rule Set (CRS).

[#] Tue Jun 06 2017 20:24:45 EDT from rss

Subject: Red Hat supports NFS in Ceph Storage 2.3

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Want better NFS and cloud storage software-defined storage for your Linux servers? Check out Red Hat[he]#039[/he]s latest take on Ceph.

[#] Tue Jun 06 2017 21:46:04 EDT from rss

Subject: Expansion-minded Mini-ITX runs Linux on Apollo Lake

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DFI’s “Ali17x” industrial Apollo Lake Mini-ITX offers triple displays plus PCIe, mini-PCIe, M.2, and serial expansion, and optional 15-36V and -40 to 85°C. DFI’s Ali171 and Ali173 boards, which provide 12V and 15-36V power supplies, respectively, build on Intel’s latest Apollo Lake Atom, Celeron, and Pentium system-on-chips. The 170 x 170mm Ali17x boards, which otherwise […]

[#] Tue Jun 06 2017 23:07:24 EDT from rss

Subject: Set Up a CI/CD Pipeline with a Jenkins Pod in Kubernetes (Part 2)

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In Part 1 of our series, we installed Docker, Minikube, and kubectl. We also got an image repository running on our cluster in Minikube, and tested the process of building and pushing an image using our Hello-Kenzan app.

[#] Wed Jun 07 2017 00:28:45 EDT from rss

Subject: How one patent troll is desperately trying to stay in East Texas

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Uniloc, one of the nation's most well-known patent-holding companies, sued Google earlier this year in the Eastern District of Texas. Even though neither Uniloc nor Google has meaningful ties to that area, the lawsuit was no surprise—East Texas has long been the most popular venue for patent-holding companies to file lawsuits.

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