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[#] Thu Jun 08 2017 08:01:10 EDT from rss

Subject: The Dark Web is the place to go to find bugs before public disclosure

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It can be days before vulnerabilities shared on the Dark Web are being published made public through the NVD and advisories, researchers have discovered.

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[#] Thu Jun 08 2017 09:22:30 EDT from RM

Subject: Freeing an HP Chromebook 11 with Arch Linux ARM

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A few years ago I acquired an HP Chromebook 11, which I talked about in an article on this site at that time. I talked about how I ran Linux software side-by-side with Chrome OS thanks to the likes of Crouton. Since then, the machine has had some basic use, and rather ironically, used as an offline machine, where I would use it for typing purposes mostly, being that the machine has a lovely keyboard and is very battery efficient. But I recently felt it was time to ditch Papa Google's influence on the machine and get rid of Chrome OS - enter Arch Linux ARM.

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[#] Thu Jun 08 2017 10:42:47 EDT from rss

Subject: How to upgrade your system BIOS using FreeDOS

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It is not often that most of us need to update the BIOS in our host computers.In fact, most motherboard manufacturers, including Intel, recommend against upgrading BIOS unless there is a specific problem that an upgrade to a specific BIOS level will fix. Most sysadmins also would agree that "if it is not broken, don't fix it." Upgrading BIOS just to get to the latest level is counter-productive in terms of the time it takes, but also can cause problems that did not previously exist.read more

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[#] Thu Jun 08 2017 12:20:23 EDT from rss

Subject: Quick Guide for Linux user access control list (ACL)

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In UNIX system you always need to deal with security towards the system. File or directory level user access control is one of them. Mainly the purpose of the user access control list ACL is to provide secure access to the flies and directory within the system. This Post will quickly guide you how to configure ACL on Linux.

http://lxer.com/module/newswire/view/243210/index.html

[#] Thu Jun 08 2017 13:39:42 EDT from rss

Subject: Wireshark, World's Popular Network Protocol Analyzer, Gets New Stable Release

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Wireshark, the world's most popular open-source, free and cross-platform network protocol analyzer, has been updated recently to version 2.2.7 and it's now available for download on Linux, macOS, and Microsoft Windows platforms.

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[#] Thu Jun 08 2017 16:05:05 EDT from rss

Subject: Distro Review Of The Week - Budgie Linux

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Ubuntu 17.04 Zesty Zapus released last month and with it comes the latest flavor to join the Ubuntu family; Ubuntu Budgie. It is the latest addition since the MATE desktop was added a couple of years back. Formerly known as Budgie Remix (community spin), Ubuntu Budgie introduces a breath of freshness and on the backdrop on the demise of the Unity desktop, Ubuntu Budgie might just be the one for a lot of folks out there. Let’s take a look at Ubuntu Budgie 17.04.

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[#] Thu Jun 08 2017 17:41:38 EDT from rss

Subject: Software Defined Networking (SDN) explained for beginners

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Over the past few years, Software Defined Networking (SDN) has been a key buzz in the computer networking/IT industry. Today, more and more companies are discussing SDN to leverage it for their business and future growth plans.

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[#] Thu Jun 08 2017 19:02:59 EDT from rss

Subject: TI Sitara SoC for industrial Ethernet offers choice of dev boards

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TI’s Linux-driven, Cortex-A8 “Sitara AMIC110” SoC with PRU-ICSS is designed for multiprotocol industrial Ethernet and fieldbus communications. Texas Instruments has announced the AMIC110, the first in a series of Sitara AMIC SoCs designed to “help developers convert existing non-networked designs such as motor drives to networked systems by adding industrial Ethernet.” The SoC’s single-core, 300MHz […]

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[#] Thu Jun 08 2017 20:22:21 EDT from rss

Subject: Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War III released for Linux with OpenGL & Vulkan, review & port report

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Feral Interactive have done it once again! We now have a native Linux port of Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War III and here’s my port report.

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[#] Thu Jun 08 2017 21:43:38 EDT from rss

Subject: Why is openness so difficult?

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If being open is so great, why isn't everyone embracing it? Answering this requires asking a few more questions:Why is it so hard for leaders and organizations to introduce and maintain policies and processes designed to create open environments?Why are technology firms and millennial-driven startups more likely to see the value in open strategies?Most leaders in large organizations are more than capable of running successful open systems—so why aren't they doing it?read more

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[#] Thu Jun 08 2017 23:21:17 EDT from rss

Subject: Updated Fedora 25 Live ISOs Released with Linux Kernel 4.11.3, Security Updates

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Ben Williams of the Fedora Respins-SIG project is back with his announcement about new sets of updated Fedora 25 Linux Live ISO respins, which bring all the latest security and software updates, as well as a new kernel.

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[#] Fri Jun 09 2017 00:41:33 EDT from rss

Subject: Open Source and the Artificial Intelligence Frontier

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The open source arena continues to rapidly converge with the field of artificial intelligence (AI). Not only are technology industry titans contributing meaningful tools to the community, but international players and billionaires are making contributions. Meanwhile, some of our smartest people are also laser-focused on keeping AI development open and safe.

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[#] Fri Jun 09 2017 02:01:51 EDT from rss

Subject: OpenPOWER secure and trusted boot part 2 - Protecting system firmware with OpenPOWER secure boot

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Protection of system firmware against malicious attack is paramount to server security. If an attacker is able to inject malicious code at the firmware level, no security measure at the operating system level can fully guarantee the trust of the system. IBM OpenPOWER servers support secure boot of system firmware to ensure the system boots only authorized firmware. When the system boots, each firmware component is verified against a cryptographic signature and integrity-checked against a secure hash of the component. If any check fails, secure boot prevents the system from booting until the problem is corrected.

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[#] Fri Jun 09 2017 03:38:07 EDT from rss

Subject: An introduction to timekeeping in Linux VMs

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Keeping time in Linux is not simple, and virtualization adds additional challenges and opportunities. In this article, I'll review KVM, Xen, and Hyper-V related time-keeping techniques and the corresponding parts of the Linux kernel.Timekeeping is the process or activity of recording how long something takes. We need "instruments" to measure time. The Linux kernel has several abstractions to represent such devices:read more

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[#] Fri Jun 09 2017 04:59:31 EDT from rss @

Subject: Kodi-Based OpenELEC 8.0.4 Linux Media Center OS Released, Here Is What's New

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The monthly stable update of the OpenELEC embedded Linux entertainment operating system for Raspberry Pi and other supported single-board computers has arrived, and it is now available for download or update.

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[#] Fri Jun 09 2017 06:20:51 EDT from rss

Subject: Rugged i.MX6 SBC offers open source Linux and Android support

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NutsBoard.org’s upcoming 3.5-inch, i.MX6-based “Pistachio” SBC follows the recently released TI AM3352 based “Almond” COM, Walnut carrier, and mini-PC. Shortly after Taiwan-based startup NutsBoard.org shipped a TI Sitara AM3352 based, 68 x 38mm Almond computer-on-module, the company went to Computex last week to show off an upcoming Pistachio SBC built around the NXP i.MX6.

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[#] Fri Jun 09 2017 07:58:27 EDT from rss

Subject: Containers Running Containers with LinuxKit

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Some genuinely exciting news piqued my interest at this year’s DockerCon, that being the new operating system (OS) LinuxKit, which was announced and is immediately on offer from the undisputed heavyweight container company, Docker. The container giant has announced a flexible, extensible operating system where system services run inside containers for portability. You might be surprised to hear that even includes the Docker runtime daemon itself.

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[#] Fri Jun 09 2017 09:18:42 EDT from rss

Subject: 9 resources to get started coding with JavaScript

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JavaScript is the lingua franca of the Internet. Like English, it's a language that language snobs love to hate, and it's spoken everywhere. As Anders Hejlsberg said: "JavaScript is the only true cross-platform game in town."read more

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[#] Fri Jun 09 2017 10:40:02 EDT from rss

Subject: How open source is advancing the Semantic Web

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The Semantic Web, a term coined by World Wide Web (WWW) inventor Sir Tim Berners-Lee, refers to the concept that all the information in all the websites on the internet should be able to interoperate and communicate. That vision, of a web of knowledge that supplies information to anyone who wants it, is continuing to emerge and grow.read more

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[#] Fri Jun 09 2017 11:44:03 EDT from CL)

Subject: Quick Guide for Linux user access control list (ACL)

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In UNIX system you always need to deal with security towards the system. File or directory level user access control is one of them. Mainly the purpose of the user access control list ACL is to provide secure access to the flies and directory within the system. This Post will quickly guide you how to configure ACL on Linux.

http://lxer.com/module/newswire/ext_link.php?rid=243210

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