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[#] 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.

[#] Wed Jun 07 2017 02:04:19 EDT from rss

Subject: New Mozilla Poll: Americans from Both Political Parties Overwhelmingly Support Net Neutrality

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Our survey also reveals that a majority of Americans do not trust the government to protect Internet access?

[#] Wed Jun 07 2017 03:25:16 EDT from rss

Subject: KaOS 2017.06 GNU/Linux Distribution Released with KDE Plasma 5.10 and Qt 5.9

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A new monthly ISO snapshot of the KaOS operating system has been released for those who want to install the GNU/Linux distribution on their personal computers or have planned to reinstall.

[#] Wed Jun 07 2017 04:46:36 EDT from rss

Subject: How to master feedback loops and excel in the workplace

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In most situations, from getting clothing advice to seeking peer review of the next scientific discovery, we harness the help of people around us in order to discuss and analyze potential next steps. Hardly anyone thinks up a perfect solution right off the bat; it's an iterative process full of trials and errors, adjustments, and new experiments.And it's a process we can always improve. This chapter offers some advice for doing just that.What are feedback loops?Feedback loops are supposed to be great and solve all sorts of problems. So what are they, exactly?read more

[#] Wed Jun 07 2017 06:21:14 EDT from rss

Subject: 3 off-the-shelf Linux computers compared

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While the options for Linux computers from commercial vendors are still needles in the proverbial haystack of OEM Windows equipment out there, there are more and more options available to a consumer who wants a good, solid device that's ready-to-use with no messing around. Still, there are more Linux OEM computers than I could look at for one article—and the options tend to be different in Europe than they are in the United States, with providers like Entroware that don't ship to the latter at all.

[#] Wed Jun 07 2017 07:42:30 EDT from rss

Subject: openSUSE Leap 42.3 Linux Distro Up to RC State, Final Release Lands End of July

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openSUSE Project's Douglas DeMaio is today informing Softpedia about the promotion of the upcoming openSUSE Leap 42.3 operating system to the Release Candidate (RC) state.

[#] Wed Jun 07 2017 09:01:48 EDT from rss

Subject: 20 useful Docker Command examples in Linux

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Docker Container is one of the most emerging technologies now a days. Docker Containers are generally used in CI/CD (Continuous Integration/Continuous Deployment) platform.

[#] Wed Jun 07 2017 13:21:02 EDT from rss

Subject: Linux Join Command Tutorial for Beginners (5 examples)

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Sometimes, you may want to combine two files in a way that the output makes even more sense. For example, there could be a file containing name of continents, and another file containing names of countries located in these continents, and the requirement is to combine both files in a way that a continent and the corresponding country appear in the same line.

[#] Wed Jun 07 2017 14:42:22 EDT from rss

Subject: How to verify a Fedora ISO file

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After downloading a fresh version of a Fedora ISO, it is a good habit to get in to to verify the downloaded file. The benefits of verification are two-fold: integrity and security. Verification of your ISO confirms if the file... Continue Reading →

[#] Wed Jun 07 2017 16:20:01 EDT from rss

Subject: Create a new MySQL user and Grant Permissions to MySQL Database

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In this tutorial, we will explain how to create a new user and grant permissions to that user in MySQL.

[#] Wed Jun 07 2017 17:41:18 EDT from rss

Subject: Why you should certify your open hardware

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The open source hardware movement has been gaining momentum since 2010 with new industries joining the community at a rapid pace. In fact, the maker and 3D printing markets are expected to become a US$ 8.5 billion market by more

[#] Wed Jun 07 2017 19:02:40 EDT from rss

Subject: 3.5-inch Apollo Lake SBC offers four USB 3.0 ports

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Axiomtek’s 3.5-inch, extended temp “CAPA312” SBC offers Apollo Lake SoCs, dual GbE ports, dual mini-PCIe slots, SATA and HDMI ports, and four USB 3.0 ports. The CAPA312 is a more advanced version of Axiomtek’s recent CAPA318, a 3.5-inch board that similarly offers the dual-core Celeron N3350 and quad-core Pentium N4200 from Intel’s latest Apollo Lake […]

[#] Wed Jun 07 2017 20:22:57 EDT from rss

Subject: Securing Private Keys on a Linux Sysadmin Workstation

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In this last article of our ongoing Linux workstation security series for sysadmins, we’ll lay out our recommendations for how to secure your private keys. If you’re interested in more security tips and a list of resources for more reading (to go further down the rabbit hole of Linux security), I recommend that you download our free security guide for sysadmins.

[#] Wed Jun 07 2017 22:00:43 EDT from rss

Subject: 5 great KDE apps to help you study

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There are countless websites that offer educational resources for people of all ages. Many of them are easy to find through your favorite search engine and also free to use. However, there are disadvantages to many of them, such as:read more

[#] Wed Jun 07 2017 23:21:00 EDT from rss

Subject: uCareSystem

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uCareSystem Core is a thin utility that automates the basic system maintenance activity and reduce system administrator task.

[#] Thu Jun 08 2017 00:42:17 EDT from rss

Subject: How to run multiple commands in Linux Simultaneously

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In Linux for carrying out any task, we need to execute respective commands on the terminal. In case you need more efficiency you can run multiple commands in Linux at a time. This post will quickly teach you how we can run multiple commands in Linux depending on different situation or conditions.

[#] Thu Jun 08 2017 02:19:54 EDT from rss

Subject: Open hardware groups spread across the globe

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After our group of friends founded a small open hardware community in El Salvador a few years ago, we felt alone in the region. The open hardware movement had developed in a creative explosion of projects and (thanks to the popularization of 3D printing and digital technologies such as Arduino) under a common understanding of how to develop new physical more

[#] Thu Jun 08 2017 03:40:58 EDT from rss

Subject: Linux Kernels 4.11.4, 4.9.31, 4.4.71 & 3.18.56 Are Out Now with XFS Improvements

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Greg Kroah-Hartman announced today the availability of a new set of updated kernels for the long-term supported Linux 4.9, 4.4 and 3.18 kernel series, as well as the latest Linux 4.11 kernel branch.

[#] Thu Jun 08 2017 05:02:19 EDT from rss

Subject: Ubuntu GNOME 17.04 - what does the future look like?

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You all remember the recent announcement from Mark Shuttleworth and Canonical that Ubuntu 17.10 will be the last version of Ubuntu coming with Unity Desktop Environment. It means that more attention in the Linux – and especially the Ubuntu – community is now on the Ubuntu GNOME version.

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