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[#] Wed Jun 14 2017 23:39:20 EDT from rss

Subject: Linux-based Eero mesh router adds Tri-Band plus wall-pluggable Eero Beacon

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Eero’s second-gen mesh networking router adds Tri-Band WiFi, a second GbE port, and an Eero Beacon model that doubles as a nightlight. The Eero made quite a splash when it launched in 2015 as one of the first mesh networking WiFi routers aimed at the home. Since then, it has been joined by mesh routers […]

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[#] Thu Jun 15 2017 01:16:56 EDT from rss

Subject: Young programmer turns love of gaming into a Google Summer of Code project

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Recently I installed the GCompris educational software suite on a friend's Linux laptop. While researching information about the application, I found out about Rudra Nil Basu, a young programmer from India, who has blogged about his contributions to GCompris.read more

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[#] Thu Jun 15 2017 02:35:14 EDT from rss

Subject: Parrot Security OS Devs Mock systemd: It's an Immature Init System for GNU/Linux

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We reported last week that the developers of the Parrot Security OS ethical hacking and penetration testing GNU/Linux distribution are evaluating a possible migration of their operating system from Debian GNU/Linux to Devuan GNU/Linux.

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[#] Thu Jun 15 2017 03:56:18 EDT from rss

Subject: Android Candy: the Verbification of Video Chat

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People who study the history of languages probably will look back at ourcurrent time and scratch their heads. We keep inventing verbs! First,Google became the verb we use for searching. Then, "Facebooking" someonebecame a viable way to contact them. Heck, I forgot about "texting"someone. It seems we just keep taking perfectly good nouns and makingthem verbs.

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[#] Thu Jun 15 2017 05:32:55 EDT from rss

Subject: You Can Now Print Out Sound Waves with a Raspberry Pi, Thanks to Waves Project

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Raspberry Pi Foundation's Alex Bate is informing the Raspberry Pi community today about the launch of a new audiovisual project called Waves, which makes it possible to print out sound waves with your favorite SBC.

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[#] Thu Jun 15 2017 06:54:13 EDT from rss

Subject: Mozilla Launches Campaign to Raise Awareness for Internet Health

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Today, Mozilla unveils several initiatives including an event focused on Internet Health with special guests DeRay McKesson, Lauren Duca and more, a brand new podcast, new tech to help create a voice database, as well as some local SF pop-ups.

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[#] Thu Jun 15 2017 08:15:34 EDT from rss

Subject: The 15 worst data security breaches of the 21st Century

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Data security breaches happen daily, in too many places at once to keep count. But what constitutes a huge breach versus a small one? CSO compiled a list of 15 of the biggest or most significant breaches of the 21st century.

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[#] Thu Jun 15 2017 09:50:07 EDT from rss

Subject: Introduction to SELinux concepts and management

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SELinux (Security Enhanced Linux) is an implementation of a Mandatory Access Control permission system (MAC) in the Linux kernel. This type of access control differs from Discretionary Access Control systems (DAC) like ACLs and standard unix ugo/rwx permissions, in how the access to a resource is provided.

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[#] Thu Jun 15 2017 11:11:28 EDT from rss

Subject: Tiny, Linux-friendly i.MX6 module steps up to 5GHz WiFi

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Variscite announced a new “DART-6UL-5G” COM model, featuring an on-board WiFi/BT module with dual-band, 2.4GHz/5GHz 802.11ac/a/b/g/n support. Earlier this year Variscite launched a faster, 696MHz v1.2 upgrade to its 50 x 25mm DART-6UL computer-on-module, which includes the option of NXP’s power-efficient i.MX6 ULL SoC in addition to the i.MX6 UL. Now, the company has upped […]

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[#] Thu Jun 15 2017 12:31:45 EDT from rss

Subject: Open Source TurtleBot 3 Robot Kit Runs Ubuntu and ROS on Raspberry Pi

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The TurtleBot 2, which Open Robotics calls the “world’s most popular open source robot for education and research,” has long been the de facto development platform for the open source Robot Operating System (ROS). Many TurtleBot developers run ROS from Ubuntu, but Windows is also available on the netbook “brain” nestled inside the two-wheeled bot.

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[#] Thu Jun 15 2017 14:08:20 EDT from rss

Subject: NMAP Ping Commands

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If you have been following the NMAP articles I have written then you may have noticed something important about the scans. NMAP prefers to perform a Ping. A Ping to NMAP is a test to verify that the system to be scanned is really on-line and exists. If NMAP is to scan multiple systems on a subnet, or a whole subnet, then it will first test which systems are available to scan.

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[#] Thu Jun 15 2017 15:29:40 EDT from rss

Subject: Ubuntu's Snapd Daemon Now Works Properly on Raspberry Pi and Raspberry Pi Zero

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More than a month after Canonical's Simon Fels announced that he's working on bringing Snappy's Snapd daemon to the Debian-based Raspbian operating system for Raspberry Pi SBCs, the developer updated Snapd to version 2.26.4.

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[#] Thu Jun 15 2017 16:51:00 EDT from rss

Subject: Low Tech High Tech

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Google Cardboard should be terrible. Really, it should. It's literallymade of cardboard. I remember as a kid some cereal boxes came with spyglasses you had to cut out of the box itself[he]mdash[/he]and they were terrible. ButGoogle Cardboard is amazing. Granted, you need to add your $750 Androidphone to it, but that's already in your pocket anyway.

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[#] Thu Jun 15 2017 18:44:52 EDT from rss

Subject: Attempt to upgrade OVS to 2.7 on HA overcloud topology RDO Ocata

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This test is inspired by recent message "[rdo-list] OVS 2.7 on rdo", however has been done on stable Ocata branch 15.0.6 (versus master in link mentioned above.) So, it allows after OVS upgrade launch completely functional VM in overcloud. Obviously no ovn* packages got installed. Same step on Master is awaiting complete functionality of TripleO QS deployment of Master branch

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[#] Thu Jun 15 2017 20:22:28 EDT from rss

Subject: Avidemux Video Editor An Easy To Use Video Editor For Linux

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?We all edit videos sometime in our life. It can be your Granny’s video or Mom’s special recipe video or your artist awesome line that you need to upload to youtube. On Linux, we have an awesome video editor which is fairly easy to use and is very much powerful. The editor I am talking about is Avidemux.

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[#] Thu Jun 15 2017 21:59:03 EDT from rss

Subject: Getting Started with Open Source Licenses

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To get started understanding the ins and outs of open source licensing, it's important to understand the differences between "permissive" and "copyleft" licensing.

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[#] Thu Jun 15 2017 23:51:53 EDT from rss

Subject: How to Install OrangeHRM on Ubuntu

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OrangeHRM is a widely used, web-based, open-source human resource management software that can be used to manages employee's attendance, performance, recruitment and annual appraisals.

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[#] Fri Jun 16 2017 01:28:29 EDT from rss

Subject: Bluetooth and Linux

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Bluetooth is a wireless technology mainly for close range. The technology is managed by the Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG).Most devices have Bluetooth ability such as smart phones, speakers, headphones, laptops, keyboards, mice, printers gaming consoles, etc. Having a basic understanding of Bluetooth will help you when dealing with the devices.

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[#] Fri Jun 16 2017 03:21:04 EDT from rss

Subject: How to upgrade Debian 8 Jessie to Debian 9 Stretch

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This article explains a system upgrade procedure from Debian 8 Jessie Linux to Debian 9 Stretch. Apart from the up to date Linux kernel, Stretch comes with a considerable amount of new and updated software as well as a number of packages had been rendered obsolete.

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[#] Fri Jun 16 2017 04:58:42 EDT from rss

Subject: PSA: Errors after updating libdb

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This is an important public service announcement for Fedora 24, 25 and 26 (pre-release) users, courtesy of the Fedora QA team. The short version If you recently updated and got some kind of error or crash, and now you’re getting... Continue Reading →

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