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[#] Fri Jul 14 2017 08:28:02 EDT from rss

Subject: How to Customize Your Linux Terminal with Pokemon Skins

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Here’s how to customize your Tilix terminal in Ubuntu with 493 unique Pokemon skins. Choose your favorite, or set it to display new Pokemon on every launch.

[#] Fri Jul 14 2017 09:33:07 EDT from rss

Subject: Keep Track Of Your Schedule With Taskwarrior

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Taskwarrior is a simple but powerful command line tool for managing tasks and objectives. Taskwarrior has been around for a while, and it's still in active development and going strong. As of today, Taskwarrior is probably the best command line task management utility available.

[#] Fri Jul 14 2017 10:54:25 EDT from rss

Subject: Open Container Initiative Specifications Near 1.0 Completion

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Vote on the OCI image specification is approved unanimously, with vote on the runtime specification still ongoing.

[#] Fri Jul 14 2017 11:59:29 EDT from rss

Subject: 10 top Raspberry Pi HATs to doff your cap to

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Here are 10 of the most interesting HAT add-on boards for the Raspberry Pi, covering audio, robotics, wireless, IoT, and more. The large ecosystem of add-on boards is a key factor in the success of the Raspberry Pi, which torched the competition in our recent hacker board reader survey. Much of the Pi add-on business […]

[#] Fri Jul 14 2017 13:04:33 EDT from rss

Subject: How to Setup Magento 2 With Varnish and Apache on Ubuntu 16.04

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Magento is a free and open source Content Management System built in PHP, Zend framework and MySQL database. It is very popular eCommerce web application. In this tutorial, we will learn how to install Magento 2 with Varnish as a full page cache on Ubuntu 16.04 server.

[#] Fri Jul 14 2017 15:13:39 EDT from rss

Subject: Open Security Controller Waiting for Developer Interest

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On June 28, the Linux Foundation announced the Open Security Controller Project for the orchestration and automation of software-defined network security functions used to protect east-west traffic within data centers. It's not a new project, Intel has been working on it for some time, and made it the subject of a presentation at February's security focused RSA Conference in San Francisco.

[#] Fri Jul 14 2017 17:18:42 EDT from rss

Subject: Creating TCP / IP (port forwarding) tunnels with SSH: The 8 possible scenarios using OpenSSH

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The typical function of the Secure Shell (SSH) network protocol is to access a remote system in terminal mode and execute commands there safely, because the data is encrypted. In addition, through this secure data connection, it is possible to create tunnels ( port forwarding ) between the connected ends so that the TCP / IP connections are channeled through the SSH connection so that we can get away with any Firewall or port blocking whenever we have the possibility to connect with SSH.

[#] Fri Jul 14 2017 19:27:50 EDT from rss

Subject: An Introduction to the ss Command

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Linux includes a fairly massive array of tools available to meet almost every need. From development to security to productivity to administration…if you have to get it done, Linux is there to serve. One of the many tools that admins frequently turned to was netstat. However, the netstat command has been deprecated in favor of the faster, more human-readable ss command.

[#] Fri Jul 14 2017 21:36:56 EDT from rss

Subject: BleachBit

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BleachBit is a free, open-source and easy to use disk space cleaner & privacy manager.

[#] Fri Jul 14 2017 23:29:48 EDT from rss

Subject: Why Is Open Source Important to You?

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While watching this video called “Why Is Open Source Important to Us,” we suddenly found ourselves wondering why it’s important to you.

[#] Sat Jul 15 2017 01:38:01 EDT from rss

Subject: What's new in the Anaconda Installer for Fedora 26 ?

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Fedora 26 is available now, providing a wide range of improvements across the entire operating system. Anaconda [he]#8212[/he] the Fedora installer [he]#8212[/he] has many new features and improvements implemented for Fedora 26. The most visible addition is the introduction of... Continue Reading [he]#8594[/he]

[#] Sat Jul 15 2017 06:38:28 EDT from rss

Subject: Open-source world resurrects Oracle-free Solaris project OmniOS

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People power!The open-source community has fought back and resurrected the development of OmniOS – an Oracle-free non-proprietary variant of Solaris, which had been shelved in April.…

[#] Sat Jul 15 2017 06:38:29 EDT from rss

Subject: The Many Loves of Richard M. Stallman

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Here’s a blast from the past. A tale about RMS from back in the days when Roblimo was young — younger than he is now at least — and Stallman was…well, Stallman.

[#] Sat Jul 15 2017 07:59:16 EDT from rss

Subject: LinkArchiver automatically submits links to the Internet Archive

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The internet is forever, except when it isn't. "Link rot"—where once-valid links to websites become broken over time as pages move or sites go offline—is a real problem for people who try to do research online. The Internet Archive helps solve this problem by making submitted content available in the "Wayback Machine."The difficulty, of course, is getting people to remember to submit links for more

[#] Sat Jul 15 2017 10:09:25 EDT from rss

Subject: Hyperledger Fabric Blockchain Ready for Prime Time

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Although 16 months or so might seem like a long time, I'm surprised the developers rolled it out the door this quickly. Blockchain is pretty much uncharted territory, and although the technology has already been put to use by some early adopters, the potential for the technology is greatly unexplored.

[#] Sat Jul 15 2017 12:03:17 EDT from rss

Subject: Linux to the rescue: How I introduced my organization to Linux

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In 1998, I managed the server administration group for the new web team at the University of Minnesota. The U of M is a very large institution, with over 60,000 students across all system campuses. Until then, the university managed its student records on an aging mainframe system. But that was all about to more

[#] Sat Jul 15 2017 14:12:34 EDT from rss

Subject: How to Install MongoDB on Ubuntu 16.04

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MongoDB is a free, open source document-oriented NoSQL database program that is renowned for its high performance. MongoDB is written in C++ and stores it’s data in a JSON style format called BSON or Binary JSON.It was introduced in 2009 and is being developed by MongoDB Inc.

[#] Sat Jul 15 2017 16:22:43 EDT from rss

Subject: SMARC module runs Android or Linux on the Snapdragon 820

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iWave’s SMARC 2.0 “Snapdragon 820 SOM” features 3GB LPDDR4, 32GB eMMC, WiFi, and Bluetooth, plus I/O including GbE, HDMI 2.0, MIPI-CSI, USB 3.0, and PCIe. Earlier this year, iWave launched a rugged, 56 x 50mm iW-RainboW-G25S SBC with Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 820 (APQ8096) SoC. Now it’s back with a SMARC 2.0 short form factor Snapdragon 820 […]

[#] Sat Jul 15 2017 18:32:52 EDT from rss

Subject: Top 5: Linux containers evolution, Bash prompt tips, and more

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In this week's Top 5, we highlight the evolution of Linux containers evolution, Bash prompt tips, how to use a man page, Linux image viewers, and how to manage creative assets with Planter.Top 5 articles of the week5. Managing creative assets with Planterread more

[#] Sat Jul 15 2017 20:26:43 EDT from rss

Subject: Dynamic port forwarding / mount a SOCKS server with SSH

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When we talk about doing dynamic port forwarding with SSH, what we are talking about is exactly converting SSH into a SOCKS server. And what is a SOCKS server?

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