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[#] Mon Jul 03 2017 20:03:04 EDT from rss

Subject: LMMS A Music Production App For Linux

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LMMS is an audio workstation for audio designers and hobbies (yes that’s right). Still better it’s FOSS + it’s available for multiple Operating Systems and that gives you the great opportunity to recommend your music pals this great piece of tool.

[#] Mon Jul 03 2017 21:06:06 EDT from rss

Subject: Linux 4.12 Kernel Debuts New Schedulers in Big Release

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Linux creator Linus Torvalds officially released the Linux 4.12 kernel on July 2, providing improved capabilities that will help improve the scalability and performance of Linux operating systems.

[#] Mon Jul 03 2017 22:11:10 EDT from rss

Subject: This little 64-bit NanoPi went to wireless

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The $25 NanoPi Neo Plus2 SBC combines the WiFi, Bluetooth, and 8GB eMMC of the Neo Air with the quad -A53 Allwinner H5 of the Neo2, and boosts RAM to 1GB. Despite bulking up in one dimension to 52 x 40mm, FriendlyElec’s NanoPi Neo Plus2 is still part of the headless, IoT-oriented Neo family, joining the 40 x 40mm, $8 NanoPi Neo, the wireless enabled, $20 NanoPi Neo Air, and the 64-bit $15 NanoPi Neo2.

[#] Mon Jul 03 2017 23:32:30 EDT from rss

Subject: HTTPS Certificate Revocation is broken, and it's time for some new tools

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We have a little problem on the web right now and I can only see it becoming a larger concern as time goes by: more and more sites are obtaining certificates, vitally important documents needed to deploy HTTPS, but we have no way of protecting ourselves when things go wrong.

[#] Tue Jul 04 2017 00:36:35 EDT from rss

Subject: Linux Lite Users Are the First to Get Linux Kernel 4.12, Here's How to Install It

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Not even a day after the release of the Linux 4.12 kernel, Linux Lite creator Jerry Bezencon announced today that users of his Ubuntu-based operating system can now install the new kernel version on their computers.

[#] Tue Jul 04 2017 01:41:38 EDT from rss

Subject: Working with Docker Volumes

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This series previews the new self-paced Containers for Developers and Quality Assurance (LFS254) training course from The Linux Foundation. In earlier articles, we installed Docker, introduced Docker Machine, performed basic Docker container and image operations, and looked at Dockerfiles and Docker Hub.

[#] Tue Jul 04 2017 02:46:43 EDT from rss

Subject: Linux Date Command Tutorial for Beginners (8 Examples)

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While working on the Linux command line, you might find yourself in situations where-in you need to display (or even change) the current system time. Not only that, if you work in a team with members in different timezones, you may want to keep yourself updated with time-related information for zones in which other members are sitting. If you're looking for a tool that lets you do all this (and much more), you will be glad to know there exists a command - dubbed date - that does all this.

[#] Tue Jul 04 2017 04:07:44 EDT from rss

Subject: 4MLinux 22.0 Linux Distribution Launches with LUKS Disk Encryption Support, More

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4MLinux developer Zbigniew Konojacki is informing us today about the general availability of the final release of his independently-developed 4MLinux 22.0 operating system.

[#] Tue Jul 04 2017 05:12:48 EDT from rss

Subject: July 2017 Issue of the PCLinuxOS Magazine

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The PCLinuxOS Magazine staff is pleased to announce the release of the July 2017 issue.

[#] Tue Jul 04 2017 06:17:52 EDT from rss

Subject: Systemd Flaw Leaves Many Linux Distros Open To Attack

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A flaw in systemd can be exploited using a malicious DNS query to either crash a system or to run code remotely.

[#] Tue Jul 04 2017 07:21:54 EDT from rss

Subject: Sysadmin tips, home automation projects, and more in July

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In July, we'll kick off our sysadmin series that will focus on helpful tools and tips for working in the field. We're also working on bringing you some interesting projects in home automation. Other series we have our eyes on this year are productivity hacks and UX for open source projects and products.

[#] Tue Jul 04 2017 08:42:14 EDT from rss

Subject: Systemd Unit Files That Contain Illegal Usernames Get Defaulted To Root

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Systemd can't handle the process privilege that belongs to user name starts with a number, such as 0day. Starts process of these users as root.Poettering is dismissive.

[#] Tue Jul 04 2017 09:47:19 EDT from rss

Subject: How to unzip a tar.gz file

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If you use open source software, chances are you'll encounter a .tar file at some point. The open source tar archive utility has been around since 1979, so it is truly ubiquitous in the POSIX world. Its purpose is simple: It takes one or more files and "wraps" them into a self-contained file, called a tape archive because when tar was invented it was used to place data on storage tapes.

[#] Tue Jul 04 2017 10:52:24 EDT from rss

Subject: Why can't we have the Internet of Nice Things? A home automation primer

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Off-the-shelf, consumer home automation has fallen into a pretty standard pattern. You have a smart device (like a lightbulb or door lock) that talks to some kind of hub that you put on your network. It communicates with a cloud service owned by the device vendor, and you interface with that service via a mobile app. This provides an easy out-of-the-box experience and lets the vendor iterate on its service both in the cloud and on mobile; however, this model has a lot of weaknesses and is extremely limiting with what it can more

[#] Tue Jul 04 2017 11:57:26 EDT from rss

Subject: How To Install Gibbon on Ubuntu 16.04

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Gibbon is a free and open source web-based Educational Management system that can be used to solve teachers and students daily problems. Gibbon is very flexible, extensible and themable application with many features, including online application forms, messenger, planner, external assessment, and much more. In this tutorial, we will go through step by step installation of Gibbon on Ubuntu 16.04 server.

[#] Tue Jul 04 2017 13:02:31 EDT from rss

Subject: GitHub's Advice to 'Ask What You Can Do for Open Source'

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If you're a developer -- especially if you or your organization uses open source software -- GitHub has a potential answer to the question JFK would have you ask. You can pledge time to contribute to open source projects. It won't cost you anything but time, and you'll get to use your skills for the greater good.

[#] Tue Jul 04 2017 14:23:52 EDT from rss

Subject: How To Unlock private-public messaging in Linux using ssh-chat utility

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In case you want to explore the opportunity for performing private-public messaging in Linux , then ssh-chat is the perfect solution. This article will describe you how we can unlock private-public messaging in Linux using ssh-chat utility.

[#] Tue Jul 04 2017 15:28:54 EDT from rss

Subject: Master Rust Programming with Free Books

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Rust is a systems programming language that runs fast, prevents segmentation faults, and guarantees thread safety. It accomplishes these goals by being memory safe without using garbage collection. The language enables developers to write programs with the performance and control of a low-level language, but with the powerful abstractions of a high-level language.

[#] Tue Jul 04 2017 16:32:57 EDT from rss

Subject: How to Stream Twitch Directly to GNOME on Linux

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Twitch is easily the most popular game-streaming platform on the Internet. GNOME Twitch allows you to easily integrate Twitch into your Linux desktop.

[#] Tue Jul 04 2017 17:37:00 EDT from rss

Subject: Brewing beer with Linux, Python, and Raspberry Pi

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I started brewing my own beer more than 10 years ago. Like most homebrewers, I started in my kitchen making extract-based brews. This required the least equipment and still resulted in really tasty beer. Eventually I stepped up to all-grain brewing using a big cooler for my mash tun. For several years I was brewing 5 gallons at a time, but brewing 10 gallons takes the same amount of time and effort (and only requires slightly larger equipment), so a few years ago I stepped it more

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