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[#] Tue May 30 2017 06:43:16 EDT from rss

Subject: 5 of the Best Image Editing Software For Linux

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Linux can be a great platform for image editing and digital art creation. Use these five programs to turn Linux into a professional digital studio.

[#] Tue May 30 2017 07:47:19 EDT from rss

Subject: All About Tar Files And How To tar, untar Files In Linux Using Terminal

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?tar is an archive utility tool for GNU/Linux. Primarily used to distribute executable software or package the software source code in the tarball for later distribution. The most popular being gzip and you might have noticed the source file of a program usually ends with *.tar.gz. Well, that doesn’t mean you can’t use it to create an archive for other file types. You can.

[#] Tue May 30 2017 09:07:38 EDT from rss

Subject: Using Node.js with ScyllaDB

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While it is easy to scale web applications with containers and cloud platforms, the last thing that an IT administrator would want is a bottleneck at the database because it would affect application performance and availability at scale. One way to address these concerns is by using a clustered database solution such as ScyllaDB.

[#] Tue May 30 2017 10:12:42 EDT from rss

Subject: FreeTuxTV

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You have Linux. You have access to the Internet. Why not watch TV on Linux?Freetuxtv gives you access to various TV and Radio stations via the Internet. Let’s get FreeTuxTV installed to your Linux system.

[#] Tue May 30 2017 11:34:35 EDT from rss

Subject: Seminal game 'Colossal Cave Adventure' released onto GitHub

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Eric Raymond says it's time 'hallowed artifacts of hacker folklore' were hackable againThe classics never die – or so we hope. One classic, Colossal Cave Adventure, is getting a new lease of life on GitHub.…

[#] Tue May 30 2017 12:54:58 EDT from rss

Subject: Tinkering with OpenShot for video editing

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Although I love using open source software, I work for an organization that relies on Adobe. Most of what I do is created in Adobe, but whenever I get a chance to branch out, I turn to open source first to supplement and enhance my work. I had an opportunity recently to do just that.I was tasked with creating some graphics for a reunion of a university's IT helpdesk crew. Part of the project consisted of video interviews that people recorded with their smartphones. I had to put the videos together into some sort of creative package and upload it to a YouTube more

[#] Tue May 30 2017 13:58:58 EDT from rss

Subject: Upgrading to Ubuntu 17.04

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Since Ubuntu 17.04 has been released some people may want to upgrade to the newer version. The process can be a simple one and I am going to cover upgrading from Ubuntu 16.04 and 16.10.

[#] Tue May 30 2017 15:20:18 EDT from rss

Subject: MongoDB Replication on CentOS 7

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In this tutorial, I will guide you step-by-step build a replica set in MongoDB. We will use 3 server nodes with CentOS 7 installed on them and then install and configure MongoDB. MongoDB is a NoSQL enterprise-class database that offers high performance, high availability, and automatic scaling.

[#] Tue May 30 2017 16:25:21 EDT from rss

Subject: GitHub CEO Wanstrath: 'Our goal is no outages'

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Hardware rolling out, new software promisedGitHub has tried to reassure users that it is targeting zero downtime with the help of new data centres and infrastructure software – some being open-sourced.…

[#] Tue May 30 2017 17:44:43 EDT from rss

Subject: Plasma 5.10, Simple by Default Powerful When Needed

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Today KDE has made a testing release of our desktop Plasma 5.10 with new features across the suite to give users an experience which lives up to our tagline: simple by default, powerful when needed.

[#] Tue May 30 2017 19:02:56 EDT from rss

Subject: Pythonic Science in the Browser

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In the past, if you wanted a friendly environment for doing Pythonprogramming, you would use Ipython. The Ipython project actually consistsof three parts: the standard console interface, a Qt-based GUI interfaceand a web server interface that you can connect to with a web browser.

[#] Tue May 30 2017 20:06:59 EDT from rss

Subject: Scaling an open culture and getting it right

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An open organization's culture—the unique ways that you work together as a community—can create a strategic competitive advantage. Red Hat, my home for the last 15 years, was born out of the Linux community. For years, maintaining our open and collaborative culture was relatively simple: We just hired as many open source contributors as we could find, people who already embodied the principles of openness like transparency and collaboration. As the leader of the People team (our HR organization), my job was mostly to make sure we didn't mess the culture up!read more

[#] Tue May 30 2017 21:28:18 EDT from rss

Subject: Simple way to extract file from Ignite image

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Post about how to extract file from Ignite image in HPUX. Ignite image is an os backup file of HPUX operating system.

[#] Tue May 30 2017 22:47:37 EDT from rss

Subject: What's the hardest part about microservices? Your data

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In this article, I'm going to explore perhaps the hardest problem when creating and developing microservices: your data. Using Spring Boot/Dropwizard/Docker doesn't mean you're doing microservices. Taking a hard look at your domain and your data will help you get to more

[#] Tue May 30 2017 23:51:40 EDT from rss

Subject: 82% of Databases Left Unencrypted in Public Cloud

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Personal health information and other sensitive data is left exposed as businesses overlook encryption and network security.

[#] Wed May 31 2017 01:13:00 EDT from rss

Subject: KDE Neon User Edition 5.10 Released with KDE Plasma 5.10 Desktop Environment

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The KDE Neon development team announced a few minutes ago the availability of an updated version of the User Edition of the KDE Neon GNU/Linux distribution, versioned 5.10, after the recently released KDE Plasma 5.10 desktop environment.

[#] Wed May 31 2017 02:18:05 EDT from rss

Subject: Pydio 8 Launch: New User Experience

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Pydio the open source file sharing solution extends its lead in design and simplicity, oversight and control

[#] Wed May 31 2017 03:38:08 EDT from rss

Subject: Linux in Windows 10

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To think of Linux on Windows 10 you may be imagining running it under VirtualBox. Now, you can run Linux on Windows 10 in a Command Shell. For now, it is only Ubuntu 14.04 but later Fedora and OpenSUSE should be added.

[#] Wed May 31 2017 04:59:29 EDT from rss

Subject: ownCloud Conference 2017 Announced for September 20-23 in N

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The ownCloud community was pleased to announce today that the upcoming and fourth ownCloud Conference event for this year will happen during September 20-23, in Nürnberg, Bavaria, Germany.

[#] Wed May 31 2017 06:03:31 EDT from rss

Subject: Mozilla's Giant, Distributed, Open-Source Hackathon

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Our annual Global Sprint is June 1 and 2. Scientists, developers, artists and educators will swap ideas and code to make the web a better place ?

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