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[#] Wed Jul 12 2017 05:08:43 EDT from rss

Subject: Red Hat opens new OpenShift Platform-as-a-Service public cloud

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Red Hat relies on Amazon Web Services to enable developers to build cloud-native applications on its latest version of OpenShift Online.

[#] Wed Jul 12 2017 06:13:47 EDT from rss

Subject: Here's How to Upgrade Your Fedora 25 Linux OS to Fedora 26

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Fedora Project announced today the final release of the Fedora 26 Linux operating system for desktop, server, and cloud, and, if you're running Fedora 25, you might want to upgrade.

[#] Wed Jul 12 2017 07:18:51 EDT from rss

Subject: OpenStack: Driving the Future of the Open Cloud

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As cloud computing continues to evolve, it’s clear that the OpenStack platform is guaranteeing a strong open source foundation for the cloud ecosystem. At the recent OpenStack Days conference in Melbourne, OpenStack Foundation Executive Director Jonathan Bryce noted that although the early stages of cloud technology emphasized public platforms such as AWS, Azure and Google, the latest stage is much more focused on private clouds.

[#] Wed Jul 12 2017 08:35:06 EDT from rss

Subject: How to Play Blu-Ray on Linux

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Playing a Blu-ray on Linux isn’t straightforward. This method allows you to play your Blu-rays on your favorite operating system as simply as possible.

[#] Wed Jul 12 2017 09:39:10 EDT from rss

Subject: Defending Net Neutrality: A Day of Action

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Mozilla is participating in the Day of Action with a new podcast, video interviews with U.S. Senators, a special Firefox bulletin, and more ? As always, Mozilla is standing up...

[#] Wed Jul 12 2017 10:44:14 EDT from rss

Subject: Linux dir command for beginners (10 examples)

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At any point in time while working on the command line, you are always inside a directory. There may be times when you'd want to list information about all files and subdirectories within a directory. This is where the dir command helps. In this tutorial, we will discuss the basics of this command as well as the features it provides.

[#] Wed Jul 12 2017 15:16:42 EDT from rss

Subject: Industrial Kaby Lake module runs Ubuntu

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Arbor’s “EmETXe-i90M0” COM Express Basic Type 6 features 7th Gen Core EQ SoCs, -40 to 85°C support, triple displays, and an optional carrier. While most of the embedded boards we’ve covered with Intel’s 7th Generation “Kaby Lake” Core processors use the lower-power, dual-core U series, Arbor Technology’s EmETXe-i90M0 module instead taps the faster EQ series. […]

[#] Wed Jul 12 2017 16:37:00 EDT from rss

Subject: Introducing the Python Classroom Lab

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The Fedora Labs are a selection of curated bundles of purpose-driven software and content as curated and maintained by members of the Fedora Community. Some of the current Labs are the Design Suite, the Security Lab, and the Robotics Suite.... Continue Reading →

[#] Wed Jul 12 2017 17:41:04 EDT from rss

Subject: Juniper Developing Open-Source Intent-Based Networking Approach of Its Own

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The basic idea behind intent based networking is rather than having a pre-defined, rigid set of policies that define network operations, the network is more agile and is able to react to the 'intent' of the user or operation.

[#] Wed Jul 12 2017 18:46:06 EDT from TE

Subject: Review: Linux Mint 18.2 "Sonya" MATE

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It hasn't changed too much since the last time I tried it, meaning that apart from a few minor usability issues, it's still quite suitable for newbies on the whole.

[#] Wed Jul 12 2017 20:03:23 EDT from rss

Subject: Managing creative assets with Planter

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When I first started making websites, I had files scattered all over my /var/www directory. As I matured and learned from professional designers, I figured out that it was smarter to build in some subdirectories, like css and fonts and images. Eventually I came to understand that standardizing my file structure made it easier for me to smoothly switch between projects without having to orient myself with a new more

[#] Wed Jul 12 2017 21:07:26 EDT from rss

Subject: KeePass

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KeePass is a free open source password manager which helps you to manage your passwords securely using one master password.

[#] Wed Jul 12 2017 22:12:30 EDT from rss

Subject: How To Configure Dongle D-Link On Ubuntu

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?D-Link is a USB wireless card or commonly called dongle, used to connect a computer to the Internet through cellular networks. This tutorial will focus on one model DWP-157 and may be applied to other models of D-Link.

[#] Wed Jul 12 2017 23:16:32 EDT from rss

Subject: How to use a man page: Faster than a Google search

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It's easy to get into the habit of googling anything you want to know about a command or operation in Linux, but I'd argue there's something even better: a living and breathing, complete reference, the man pages, which is short for manual more

[#] Thu Jul 13 2017 00:33:48 EDT from rss

Subject: Create a swap file in GNU / Linux.

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What is and how does the exchange space work?The swap space or swap is what is known as virtual memory. The difference between real and virtual memory is that the latter uses space in the storage unit instead of a memory module. When the actual memory is exhausted, the system copies part of the content directly into this swap memory space in order to perform other tasks.

[#] Thu Jul 13 2017 01:36:52 EDT from rss

Subject: DevOps lessons learned: Advice for IT leaders

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Tips on DevOps culture, metrics, and more

[#] Thu Jul 13 2017 02:41:55 EDT from rss

Subject: Meet Noodle Pi, a Raspberry Pi-Based DIY Pocket Computer Powered by GNU/Linux

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It's the year of GNU/Linux in your pocket! That's the motto developer Ashish Gulhati put for its new Noodle Pi project, which now has a Kickstarter page and promises to let you create your own, integrated Raspberry Pi pocket computer.

[#] Thu Jul 13 2017 04:02:19 EDT from rss

Subject: A free, open resource to solve our third world problems

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Corruption, poverty, war, hunger, healthcare, education, safety. These are only a few of the problems faced by people in developing countries. Many of these problems are caused by exclusion, fear, intimidation, broken infrastructure, and lack of money, resources, access to information, and tools.These are hard problems to solve but, as Theodore Roosevelt said:"Nothing in this world is worth having or worth doing unless it means effort, pain, difficulty."read more

[#] Thu Jul 13 2017 05:05:20 EDT from rss

Subject: SBC and box computer run Android or Linux on a Snapdragon 410

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Advantech’s 3.5-inch “RSB-4760” SBC and “EPC-R4760” box PC feature the quad -A53 Snapdragon 410, and offer WiFi, BT, GNSS, M.2, GbE, mini-PCIe, and more. Advantech’s IoT gateway-like EPC-R4760 box PC is the first embedded computer we’ve seen that builds on Qualcomm’s quad-core, 1.2GHz Cortex-A53 Snapdragon 410, also known as the APQ8016.

[#] Thu Jul 13 2017 06:10:23 EDT from rss

Subject: JavaScript spec gets strung out on padding

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ECMAScript 2017 addresses left-pad gate, alongside various improvements. ECMAScript 2017, the latest edition of the specification upon which JavaScript is based, plugs a gap left by awkward extinction of some Node.js code last year.

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