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[#] 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.

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[#] 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 […]

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[#] 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

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[#] 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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[#] Sat Jul 15 2017 22:36:53 EDT from rss

Subject: Nylas Mail An Amazing Free Email Client For Linux

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?So questions are being asked whether Ubuntu should still ship with a default email client. Personally, I have not used Thunderbird in a really long time. I wanna believe this is not the first time the question has been asked but this time I believe there is a really good chance that it is gonna get cut. This is because everyday users tend to resort to web-based clients such as Gmail or Outlook for their email needs. And for the power user on Linux, there are quite a few options available to choose from. Geary, Empathy, Evolution, and Thunderbird itself have served many users quite well for sometime now, but I found something worth checking out: it is called Nylas Mail.

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[#] Sun Jul 16 2017 00:47:02 EDT from rss

Subject: How To Recover Deleted Files Still Running with Active Processes On Linux

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A step by step guide for recovering deleted files which still have running processes in Linux system by taking advantage of hard links inside file descriptor directory.

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[#] Sun Jul 16 2017 02:57:06 EDT from rss

Subject: Ubuntu Getting Significant Usability Improvements for Bluetooth and USB Speakers

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In his latest report, Ubuntu Desktop team leader Will Cooke talks about some of the latest improvements that landed in the repositories of the upcoming Ubuntu 17.10 (Artful Aardvark) operating system regarding audio support.

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[#] Sun Jul 16 2017 04:53:34 EDT from rss

Subject: This Week in Open Source: OSS as New Normal in Data, New Linux Foundation Kubernetes MOOC

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This week in open source and Linux news, Hortonworks CTO considers why open source is the new normal in analytics, new Linux Foundation edX MOOC called a "no-brainer" and more! Read on for the top headlines of the week

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[#] Sun Jul 16 2017 07:01:41 EDT from rss

Subject: A script to find empty fields in a table

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Eyeballing for fields without visible characters would be tedious, and calling a non-empty field an empty one would be an easy mistake to make. This article explains a script I wrote to automate the job of finding and recording empty fields in very big tables.

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[#] Sun Jul 16 2017 09:11:47 EDT from rss

Subject: Fanless Kaby Lake computer offers SATA, M.2, and dual GbE ports

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Habey’s Linux-friendly “BIS-6862” embedded PC offers 7th Gen Core U-series CPUs, a SATA 3.0 bay, -20 to 60°C support, dual GbE ports, and M.2 and SIM slots. The fanless BIS-6862 embedded PC is a follow-on to Habey’s similar, Intel 5th Gen Core “Broadwell” based BIS-6861 computer, upgrading the SoC to the 7th Gen Core U-series processors from Intel’s latest “Kaby Lake” product line.

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[#] Sun Jul 16 2017 11:21:57 EDT from rss

Subject: Tips and top presentations from Write the Docs Portland 2017

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Imagine a room full of smart, funny, and quirky people who all love documentation, technology, and... food. Put all that together and you have Write the Docs (WTD) in Portland—a community conference where documentarians meet to discuss the things we love the most.

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[#] Sun Jul 16 2017 13:15:49 EDT from rss

Subject: Canonical Working Lately on Packaging More GNOME Apps as Snaps for Ubuntu Linux

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Canonical's Ubuntu Desktop director Will Cooke is back this week with another update on what's going on with the development process of the upcoming Ubuntu 17.10 (Artful Aardvark) operating system.

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[#] Sun Jul 16 2017 15:24:56 EDT from rss

Subject: What's New in Linux Mint 18.2 Cinnamon Edition

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Linux Mint 18.2 Cinnamon Edition has been released and announced by Linux Mint project, include the latest Cinnamon 3.4 as default desktop environment. Cinnamon 3.4 is the largest and most important part of the Linux Mint 18.2 release. It includes loads of improvements, new features and bug fixes, both to the desktop itself and to the Cinnamon Spices add-ons.

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[#] Sun Jul 16 2017 17:37:12 EDT from rss

Subject: Fedora 26 Is Here And It's Packing A Punch

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If you’re already using Fedora, you can upgrade from the command line or use GNOME Software — upgrade instructions here. We’ve put a lot of work into making upgrades easy and fast. In most cases, this will take half an hour or so, bringing you right back to a working system with no hassle.

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[#] Sun Jul 16 2017 19:31:05 EDT from rss

Subject: B2

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After a long wait, the final release of the Mageia 6 GNU/Linux operating system is finally here, and it looks like it comes with a lot of exciting new features and performance improvements.

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[#] Sun Jul 16 2017 21:41:13 EDT from rss

Subject: How Active Intrusion Detection Can Seek and Block Attacks

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Researchers at Black Hat USA will demonstrate how active intrusion detection strategies can help administrators detect hackers who are overly reliant on popular attack tools and techniques. Penetration testers as well as bad-guy hackers typically rely on several common attack tools to break into business networks.

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[#] Sun Jul 16 2017 23:50:19 EDT from rss

Subject: Automated Firmware Updates, New Installer Coming to System76's Ubuntu Laptops

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System76, the computer reseller known for shipping laptops and desktop pre-loaded with the Ubuntu Linux operating system, posted an update on the work they're doing for the Pop!_OS distribution.

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[#] Mon Jul 17 2017 04:58:11 EDT from rss

Subject: Neo4j and graph databases: Getting started

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In the first article in this series, we explored some core concepts of graph databases. This time, we'll install the Neo4j application and begin using the web client to insert and query data in the graph.read more

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[#] Mon Jul 17 2017 09:29:35 EDT from rss

Subject: Celtra's AdCreator Platform

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Mobile advertising campaigns today are often hampered by broken, non-viewableads with a poor UX experience. An important open-source initiative aimed atsolving this problem and making the web better for all is the AMP Project,which enables the creation of websites and ads that are consistently fast,beautiful and high-performing across devices and distribution platforms.

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[#] Mon Jul 17 2017 10:34:39 EDT from rss

Subject: How To Compile C, C++, And Java Using Terminal On Linux

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​This topic might surprise you because occasionally programmers are occupied primarily on one language and then they move on to another programming language with changing times. But that doesn’t mean languages like C, C++, and Java differ from another when it comes to compiling the program and running it on the terminal, except only the name of the compiler tool. Otherwise, it is a different matter when it comes down to BASH, Python, etc.

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