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[#] Tue Jul 18 2017 16:11:34 EDT from rss

Subject: How do we fix the state of technical documentation?

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Over 90% of respondents to a recent GitHub survey said that one of the top problems with open source projects is incomplete or confusing documentation.What can we do to fix it?GitHub users identified poor documentation as one of the top problems with #opensource projects. How can we fix it? more

[#] Tue Jul 18 2017 17:16:39 EDT from rss

Subject: How to install and use Volatility memory forensic tool

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One of the important parts of Malware analysis is Random Access Memory (RAM) analysis. It helps to identify the running malicious processes, network activities, open connections etc in the compromised system. This article is about the open source security tool "Volatility" for volatile memory analysis. It can be used for both 32/64 bit systems RAM analysis and it supports analysis of Windows, Linux, Mac & Android systems.

[#] Tue Jul 18 2017 18:21:42 EDT from rss

Subject: Google's OSS-Fuzz Tool Helps Secure Open Source Projects

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At the end of last year, Google announced OSS-Fuzz, an open source threat detection tool focused on making open source applications and platforms more secure and stable. The tool itself is open and available on GitHub, and there are now solid numbers showing that this security tool has made a remarkable difference for some well-known open source projects.

[#] Tue Jul 18 2017 19:26:46 EDT from rss

Subject: Mozilla Announces s Relationship With The Internet

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Mozilla, the non-profit behind the Firefox browser, is excited to support Rooftop Films in bringing a memorable evening of film and discussion to The Courtyard of Industry City, in beautiful...

[#] Tue Jul 18 2017 20:32:09 EDT from rss

Subject: Linux-based automation controller offers choice of RPi, NanoPi, and UP cores

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Techbase has rev’d its ModBerry 500 controller to the RPi CM3, and has added M700 and M1000 models based on the NanoPi M2 Plus and UP boards, respectively. Gdansk, Poland based Techbase was one of the first manufacturers to tap the original, ARM11-based Raspberry Pi Compute Module in 2014 with its ModBerry 500 automation controller.

[#] Tue Jul 18 2017 21:52:12 EDT from rss

Subject: GULP.JS

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Gulp.js is a build system that allows you to automate common development tasks such as minification of JavaScript code, browser reloading, image compression, code syntax validation and endless tasks.

[#] Tue Jul 18 2017 22:57:33 EDT from rss

Subject: KDE Plasma 5.10.4 Desktop Environment Released with Support for Shaded Windows

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KDE today announced the release and general availability of the fourth bugfix update for the latest stable KDE Plasma 5.10 series of the desktop environment designed for GNU/Linux distributions.

[#] Wed Jul 19 2017 00:02:18 EDT from rss

Subject: Open Source Summit: It's Bigger on the Inside, with Workshops, Hackathon, Security Summit, and More

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The upcoming Open Source Summit NA — Sept. 11-14 in Los Angeles — offers many exciting keynote presentations and technical talks covering a wide array of topics, including cloud computing, containers, networking, diversity, and more.

[#] Wed Jul 19 2017 01:07:22 EDT from rss

Subject: Lessons in OpenStack: New tutorials and how-tos

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If you're working in open source cloud infrastructure, there's a good chance that you're working with OpenStack. And OpenStack is no small thing to learn about. Made up of dozens of related projects working together to power your cloud infrastructure needs, even those immersed in OpenStack every day need good resources for keeping up.

[#] Wed Jul 19 2017 02:28:41 EDT from rss

Subject: Linux-ready COM supports up to 16-core Xeon-D

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Portwell’s “PCOM-B700G” is a COM Express Type 7 Basic with Intel’s 5th Gen Xeon or Pentium CPUs, plus dual 10GbE ports and up to 32x PCIe links. Portwell has launched its first COM Express Type 7 module, which features COM Express 3.0. Like other Type 7 modules, the PCOM-B700G offers a choice of server-class Xeon D-1500 and Pentium processors from Intel’s 5th Generation “Broadwell-DE” family.

[#] Wed Jul 19 2017 03:32:48 EDT from rss

Subject: Free Webinar: Join Jono Bacon for Open Source Community Tips and Tricks

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Community manager and author Jono Bacon will provide tips for building and managing open source communities in a free webinar on Monday, July 24 at 9:30am Pacific. In this webinar, Bacon will answer questions about community strategy and share an in-depth look at this exciting new conference held in conjunction with this year’s Open Source Summit North America, happening Sept. 11-14 in Los Angeles.

[#] Wed Jul 19 2017 04:34:48 EDT from rss

Subject: UBports Working Lately on Ubuntu Touch Port for Nexus 5, Based on Ubuntu 16.04

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UBports announced today on Twitter that they managed to successfully run their modification of Canonical's deprecated Ubuntu Touch mobile operating system on the Nexus 5 smartphone.

[#] Wed Jul 19 2017 05:39:52 EDT from rss

Subject: Top 4 reasons I use dwm for my Linux window manager

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I like minimalistic views. If I could run everything in a terminal I would. It's free from shiny stuff that hogs my resources and distracts my feeble mind. I also grow tired of resizing and moving windows, never getting them to align more

[#] Wed Jul 19 2017 07:01:11 EDT from rss

Subject: How to Set Up Bluetooth in Linux

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Bluetooth in Linux is often hit or miss. If you haven’t had Bluetooth working out of the box, follow this guide to set up Bluetooth in Linux.

[#] Wed Jul 19 2017 08:04:14 EDT from rss

Subject: SQL Server 2017's first rc lands and - yes! - it runs on Linux

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Penguinistas knock, Redmond lowers the DrawbridgeMicrosoft's long, gentle embrace of Linux continues with the first release candidate of SQL Server 2017.…

[#] Wed Jul 19 2017 11:50:56 EDT from rss

Subject: Use a DoD smartcard to access CAC enabled websites

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By now you’ve likely heard the benefits of two factor authentication. Enabling multi-factor authentication can increase the security of accounts you use to access various social media websites like Twitter, Facebook, or even your Google Account. This post is going to... Continue Reading →

[#] Wed Jul 19 2017 13:12:16 EDT from rss

Subject: How to Install and Configure Drupal with Apache on Debian 9

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Drupal is a free and open source content management system that can be used to create online content, website and user communities. It is written in PHP language, uses MySQL as a database backends and distributes under the GNU General Public License. In this article, we will demonstrate how to install Drupal 8 on Debian 9 server.

[#] Wed Jul 19 2017 14:17:21 EDT from rss

Subject: Rusted Warfare, a 2D RTS that reminds me of Total Annihilation & Red Alert is now on Linux

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A very cool 2D RTS game recently released on Steam with full day-1 Linux support. It turns out the game was actually built on Linux, if you're a Linux gamer and a fan of proper RTS games give this one a look!

[#] Wed Jul 19 2017 15:22:24 EDT from rss

Subject: Learn IRC commands with new cheat sheet

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[#] Wed Jul 19 2017 16:27:29 EDT from rss

Subject: Code::Blocks IDE Review

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?Codeblocks is an Integrated Development Environment (IDE) for programmers and developers. It comes with predefined tools to develop Qt applications, plugins, console applications, etc. considering one has installed the required tools independently (eg- Qt development tools). Most IDEs come with “project” feature and that’s the turning point because some of them requires user to create one before proceeding any further, where in some cases programming (in schools and colleges) exercise don’t really need tedious task of creating and setting up “projects” (More to this later).

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