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[#] Sat May 13 2017 18:49:23 EDT from rss

Subject: What Is Crontab And How To Automate Tasks In Linux With Crontab

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Cron is a utility that manages background processes or daemons from time to time (for example each minute, day, week or month). Cron works like a scheduler, for example, it can download files from the internet or download emails at regular intervals, also you can use it for more complex tasks like install updates. Originally cron was created for UNIX by Ken Thompson, but now you can use it in all UNIX-like systems, even Linux! UNIX have other utility for tasks scheduling called “at” but cron is much better.

[#] Sat May 13 2017 20:26:58 EDT from rss

Subject: New Features Coming in the OpenStack Pike Cloud Platform

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The OpenStack Pike release is currently scheduled for September 1 and it will bring with many new feature and improves. In a session at the OpenStack Summit in Boston, the top 8 new features that will be in OpenStack Pike were revealed.

[#] Sat May 13 2017 21:48:19 EDT from rss @

Subject: Oracle suffers embarrassing defeat as Java community votes 'No'

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Dire warnings ignored, plea for unity. Oracle has suffered an embarrassing setback in its plans for a modular architecture in Java 9.

[#] Sat May 13 2017 23:25:55 EDT from rss

Subject: DDOS attacks in Q1 2017

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Thanks to IoT botnets, DDoS attacks have finally turned from something of a novelty into an everyday occurrence. According to the A10 Networks survey, this year the 'DDoS of Things' (DoT) has reached critical mass - in each attack, hundreds of thousands of devices connected to the Internet are being leveraged.

[#] Sun May 14 2017 01:03:30 EDT from rss

Subject: Why Edward Snowden loves open source

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Snowden encouraged attendees of the OpenStack Summit to “direct the future of the internet in a more free and fair way.” One way to do that, he says, is to use open source tools to build computing platforms that customers build and host themselves, which gives users more control over how data is handled.

[#] Sun May 14 2017 02:24:51 EDT from rss

Subject: Keylogger Found in Audio Driver of HP Laptops

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The audio driver installed on some HP laptops includes a feature that could best be described as a keylogger, which records all the user's keystrokes and saves the information to a local file, accessible to anyone or any third-party software or malware that knows where to look.

[#] Sun May 14 2017 04:15:01 EDT from rss

Subject: Best Games To Play In Linux Terminal

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Linux lovers spend most of their time in the distro is with a terminal. The terminal is just like one of our friends which we know can almost do anything. Delete files, copy files, tell the weather, send emails, kill the system processes and much more. Then why not play some games in terminal too? Today I am going to cover some of the best games I love to play in Linux terminal which you will definitely enjoy.

[#] Sun May 14 2017 06:08:50 EDT from rss

Subject: For now, GNU GPL is an enforceable contract, says US federal judge

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A question mark over whether the GNU GPL – the widely used free-software license – is enforceable as a contract may have been resolved by a US federal judge.…

[#] Sun May 14 2017 08:19:04 EDT from rss

Subject: OpenStack Cloud Security Moves Forward

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At the OpenStack Summit Boston, security experts talked about cloud security misconceptions and what's working well in cloud security today.

[#] Sun May 14 2017 10:11:48 EDT from rss

Subject: Google's Fuchsia OS gets a GUI, the state of open source in Europe, and more news

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In this edition of our open source news roundup, we take a look at Google's Fuchsia mobile operating system, open source software in European governments, and more.Open source news roundup for April 30-May 13, 2017read more

[#] Sun May 14 2017 12:05:43 EDT from rss

Subject: Which Official Ubuntu Flavor Is Best for You?

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When Mark Shuttleworth decided to nix Unity, the choice was obvious to Canonical—make GNOME the official desktop of Ubuntu Linux. This begins with Ubuntu 18.04 (so April, 2018) and we’ll be down to the official distribution and four recognized flavors.

[#] Sun May 14 2017 14:32:05 EDT from rss

Subject: PuTTY SSH Client And Telnet Client

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PuTTY as an SSH and Telnet client was originally developed by Simon Tatham for the Windows platform. It is the most popular SSH client on Windows. It is also available on Linux and other operating systems as a direct port of the Windows SSH client. It is also able to use as a client for rlogin and raw TCP computing protocols.

[#] Sun May 14 2017 16:25:57 EDT from rss

Subject: OIN is Still a Distraction Unless We Want GNU/Linux to Coexist With Software Patents (Rather Than Eliminate Those)

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Another wave of media coverage by/for the Open Invention Network (OIN) necessitates a reminder of what OIN stands for and why it is not tackling the biggest problems which Free/Open Source software (FOSS) faces

[#] Sun May 14 2017 18:36:06 EDT from rss

Subject: Ransomware Attack Has Spread To Police Department, Institutions: Maharashtra Police

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Globally active ransomware virus has partially affected the computer systems in some institutions in Maharashtra, including that of its police department, a police official said here... "Luckily, the system we use (in CCTNS) is linux-based, hence it has not at all affected."

[#] Sun May 14 2017 21:02:29 EDT from rss

Subject: Linux 4.11 Gets First Point Release, It's Now the Latest Stable Kernel Available

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Greg Kroah-Hartman announced today the immediate availability of the first point release of the Linux 4.11 kernel series, marking the new branch as stable on the website.

[#] Sun May 14 2017 23:12:37 EDT from rss

Subject: 5 Tips To Master Linux

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?So here we are fans of Linux! But are we up to the bar? To get our hands a little dirty and maybe do what a surgeon do :P Well if that disgust you then I didn’t mean cutting up your favorite distro and operating on it. I meant a minor thing like stitches and tending to some easy commands.

[#] Mon May 15 2017 01:22:44 EDT from rss

Subject: Linus Torvalds stops personally signing Linux tarballs

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But Linux 4.12 rc1 made it out before Mother's day anyway, thanks to new planLinus Torvalds might just be a big softie after all. The Linux Lord, infamous for his occasional foul-mouthed criticism of those who don't meet his standards, has just popped out release candidate one for Linux 4.12 a day early so he could give his undivided attention to Mother's Day.…

[#] Mon May 15 2017 03:55:53 EDT from rss

Subject: How to Scan APK Files and Check If They Have a Virus

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For some Android phones sideloading apps may be the only way to get new apps. For such cases, you may want to scan APK files for a virus before installing. Here’s how.

[#] Mon May 15 2017 06:04:52 EDT from rss

Subject: Wine 2.8 Has Better HiDPI Support, Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War III Fixes

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Linux fans interested in running the latest Windows games and apps will be glad to learn that the Wine 2.8 development release arrived with support for the newest game titles and dozens of improvements to older ones.

[#] Mon May 15 2017 08:14:56 EDT from rss

Subject: Bringing together the best minds in open source geospatial technology

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With the rapid rise of mobile computing and the Internet of Things, we are increasingly seeking to store and analyze information about the real world. And almost every piece of data about the world around us has a location element, making geospatial technology more important than ever. It’s in our everyday lives all around us: from the use of GPS for travel, to tracking mail, to planning a trip. Geospatial technologies are a huge part of our more

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