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[#] Thu Jul 27 2017 15:39:52 EDT from rss

Subject: Tilix brings powerful terminal emulation to Fedora

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A couple of days after Fedora 26 was released on July 11, I began installing it on my herd of computers. Many of the improvements that Fedora 26 brings to the table are under the covers, such as improvements to the kernel and glibc. However, I noticed two updates right more

[#] Thu Jul 27 2017 16:57:07 EDT from rss

Subject: Server Monitoring with OpenNMS on Ubuntu 16.04

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OpenNMS is a free and open source enterprise grade network monitoring web application system that can be used to monitor unlimited devices at a single instance. OpenNMS detects and monitor services or nodes automatically in your network. You can also add particular device or service to monitor.

[#] Thu Jul 27 2017 17:59:08 EDT from rss

Subject: Mentor’s Zynq UltraScale+ eval kit includes Linux and Android 6.0

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Mentor’s “Xilinx Zynq UltraScale+ MPSoC ZCU102 Evaluation Kit” offers Mentor Embedded Linux, Nucleus, Code Sourcery, a hypervisor, and an Android 6.0 BSP. Mentor (formerly Mentor Graphics), which is now a Siemens business unit, likes to focus on supporting a few complex multicore SoC families with its embedded development tools, creating a one-stop shop for developers. […]

[#] Thu Jul 27 2017 19:01:12 EDT from rss

Subject: JavaScript explodes on the server side with the growth of Node.js

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With the rise of Node.js, server-side JavaScript is becoming an important cloud, container, and web development language. Thanks to Node.js, JavaScript has become a vital language not just for web development, but for Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) such as Cloud Foundry. In fact, according to the Stack Overflow 2017 Developer Survey of 64,000 programmers, Node.js is the most popular of all developer frameworks.

[#] Thu Jul 27 2017 20:18:26 EDT from rss

Subject: Gabedit: the Portal to Chemistry

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Many chemistry software applications are available for doing scientific work on Linux. I've covered several here in previous issues of the magazine, and of them have their own peculiar specialties[he]mdash[/he]areas where one may work better than another. So, depending on what yourresearch entails, you may need to use multiple software packages to handle all of the work.

[#] Thu Jul 27 2017 21:20:27 EDT from rss

Subject: JavaScript explodes on the server side with the growth of Node.js

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With the rise of Node.js, server-side JavaScript is becoming an important cloud, container, and web development language.

[#] Thu Jul 27 2017 22:37:43 EDT from rss

Subject: I made my own wearable computer with a Raspberry Pi, and it was almost too easy

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Ever since I read about the crazy wearable pioneers back in the ‘90s and early 2000s, I've wanted a wearable computer of my own. I had two major requirements, however: it had to be a computer, and I had to be able to wear it...

[#] Fri Jul 28 2017 05:34:26 EDT from rss

Subject: Enhancing photos with GNOME Photos

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GNOME Photos is an application that lets you easily organize photos and screenshots. GNOME Photos doesn’t enforce a folder hierarchy. Instead, it relies on tracker to find and index photos inside well-known folders, such as Pictures in your home folder... Continue Reading →

[#] Fri Jul 28 2017 06:04:56 EDT from rss

Subject: Keep Your /home Safe With Cron Backups

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Sure, there are backup utilities for Linux, but with a couple of scripts, you can keep your important files backed up regularly with little to no effort. A very simple Bash script will do the bulk of the work. For the rest, you'll take advantage of the cron system already on your computer.

[#] Fri Jul 28 2017 07:23:16 EDT from rss

Subject: Top Alternative Linux Distributions To Windows XP

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After recent Wanna Cry ransomware attack, people are now awakening that they should leave Windows XP and should upgrade their OS. But the problem with them is that they cannot afford a heavy OS like windows 10 nor they can afford to pay a large sum of green cash for an old machine. Some of the guys just want to switch for safety above all.

[#] Fri Jul 28 2017 08:25:15 EDT from rss

Subject: Fedora Classroom Sessions are here!

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The Fedora Join SIG is proud to announce Classroom sessions. The Fedora Classroom is a project to teach interested users how to better use, understand and manage their Fedora system, and to show how the community works. The idea is... Continue Reading →

[#] Fri Jul 28 2017 09:42:30 EDT from rss

Subject: How to Disable the Touchpad When a Mouse Is Connected in Linux GNOME Shell

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Gnome Shell has an option to disable the touchpad, but you can bring it further to get it to automatically disable the touchpad when a mouse is connected. Find out how here.

[#] Fri Jul 28 2017 10:45:33 EDT from rss

Subject: Email2git: Matching Linux Code with its Mailing List Discussions

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Email2git is a patch retrieving system built for the Linux kernel, which is available as a cregit extension and as a simple commit ID based search tool.

[#] Fri Jul 28 2017 11:46:33 EDT from rss

Subject: How an open source board game is saving the planet

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Learning is supposed to be fun, and incorporating games into education is a great way for teachers to help kids have fun while they're learning. There are many free online games that are appropriate for the classroom and there are also board games, including Save the Planet, a board game that teaches kids concrete solutions to environmental more

[#] Fri Jul 28 2017 13:02:47 EDT from rss

Subject: How To Search The Arch Wiki Website Right From Terminal

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Do you know, users can search The Arch Wiki Website Right From Terminal.

[#] Fri Jul 28 2017 14:49:33 EDT from rss

Subject: WPS Office One Of The Best Alternatives To MS Office On Linux

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?Do you think Microsoft Office and LibreOffice are the only office software suites in town? Think again! WPS Office is in most ways useful, and easier to use office software suite available for Linux. There is no random document reformats, document freezes or the typical compatibility issues you’d come to expect from most Microsoft Office alternatives. The current version of WPS Office contains three components; Writer, Presentation and Spreadsheet as alternatives to Word, PowerPoint, and Excel.

[#] Fri Jul 28 2017 16:53:34 EDT from rss

Subject: Top 5: 20 Linux commands, Raspberry Pi clock, and more

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In this week's top 5, we highlight sysadmins, Raspberry Pi clocks, and more.Top 5 articles of the week5. How to use data from millions of open source projectsBenjamin Nickolls shares a project that has metadata on over 25 million open source more

[#] Fri Jul 28 2017 18:41:21 EDT from rss

Subject: How to Install and Configure Chef on Ubuntu 17.04

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Chef is a free and open source configuration management tool. It is written in Ruby and Erlang. Chef can easily integrate with cloud based platforms such as AWS, OpenStack, or RackSpace, etc to automatically create and manage the servers. In this tutorial, we will install the latest version of Chef in Ubuntu 17.04 (Zesty Zapus).

[#] Fri Jul 28 2017 20:46:24 EDT from rss

Subject: 10 smart eyewear devices, starring the Glass EE

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With the launch of Glass Enterprise Edition, we decided to check up on the competition. Here are 10 smart eyewear products that run Android or Linux. Last week, Google umbrella firm Alphabet formally announced an enterprise version of the defunct Google Glass smart eyeglasses, which had previously moved from Google to Alphabet’s X unit. Over […]

[#] Fri Jul 28 2017 22:33:10 EDT from rss

Subject: 5 open source alternatives to Trello

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I have to admit, I've fallen in love with Trello as a productivity tool. If you like keeping lists as a way to organize your work, it's a very good tool. For me, it serves two primary purposes: keeping a GTD framework, and managing certain projects with a kanban-like more

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