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[#] Thu Aug 03 2017 17:14:56 EDT from rss

Subject: What's New in RHEL 7.4

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These days when a new version of an operating system is released, there's usually not a lot of gee-whiz new whistles and bells to make the front office folks salivate -- especially if it's a point release. But there are still plenty of new features to make DevOps folks happy -- nuts and bolts stuff that makes everybody's life easier.

[#] Thu Aug 03 2017 18:32:13 EDT from rss

Subject: How to Write iptables Rules for IPv6

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We US-ians have been sheltered from the exhaustion of IPv4 addresses, but they have run out. IPv6 networks are up and running, so we have no excuses for not being IPv6 literate. Today our scintillating topic is iptables rules for IPv6, because, I am sad to report, our faithful IPv4 iptables rules do not magically work on IPv6 packets, and we must write new rules.

[#] Thu Aug 03 2017 19:49:29 EDT from rss

Subject: Everything You SHould Know About Using AppImage to Install Software in Linux

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This tutorial shows you what is an AppImage and how to use AppImage to install applications in Linux. In addition to that, it also tells you a few things that you should keep in mind while using AppImage.

[#] Thu Aug 03 2017 21:05:43 EDT from rss

Subject: How to manage multiple hybrid cloud vendors: 8 tips

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Vendor management has long been an important – if a tad unglamorous – need in IT shops. That proves even more true in the hybrid cloud era. Hybrid cloud models, especially in concert with a multi-cloud strategy, entail working with multiple offerings and vendors.

[#] Thu Aug 03 2017 22:23:00 EDT from rss

Subject: Data Analytics with Elasticsearch and Scylla

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The combination of a database and full-text search analytics becomes unavoidable these days. In this blog post, I will demonstrate a simple way to analyze data from a database with analytics software by using Scylla and Elasticsearch together to perform a simple data mining exercise that gathers data from Twitter.

[#] Thu Aug 03 2017 23:24:03 EDT from rss

Subject: Linux kernel hardners Grsecurity sue open source's Bruce Perens

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In late June, noted open-source programmer Bruce Perens warned that using Grsecurity's Linux kernel security could invite legal trouble. "As a customer, it’s my opinion that you would be subject to both contributory infringement and breach of contract by employing this product in conjunction with the Linux kernel under the no-redistribution policy currently employed by Grsecurity," Perens wrote on his blog. The following month, Perens was invited to court. Grsecurity sued the open-source doyen, his web host, and as-yet-unidentified defendants who may helped him draft that post, for defamation and business interference.

[#] Fri Aug 04 2017 00:41:15 EDT from rss

Subject: PiCluster brings better container management for Docker deployments

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Linux Toys has announced PiCluster 2.0. The new version of the open source container management tool is written in Node.js and is designed to deliver an upgraded experience through cleaner CSS and JQuery dialogue windows.

[#] Fri Aug 04 2017 01:58:32 EDT from rss

Subject: Automotive Grade Linux Moves to UCB 4.0, Launches Virtualization Workgroup

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The Linux Foundation’s Automotive Grade Linux (AGL) project released Unified Code Base (UCB) 4.0 (“Daring Dab”) for Linux-based in-vehicle infotainment (IVI) systems, and added seven new members. The open source group also launched a new virtualization working group that will enable new UCB profiles for telematics, instrument clusters, and head-up-displays (HUDs). In other Linux automotive news, Ubuntu has been spotted in an Uber self-driving car trial (see below).

[#] Fri Aug 04 2017 03:15:31 EDT from rss

Subject: Arduino announces developer workshop following Musto ouster

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Arduino opened registration for an Arduino Core Developers Workshop following a shakeup in which controversial CEO Federico Musto left the company. Arduino developers who are wondering what the new Arduino will look like after last week’s shakeup can now sign up for an Arduino Core Developers Workshop to be held in Turin, Italy, from Sep. 29 through to Oct. 1st.

[#] Fri Aug 04 2017 06:03:16 EDT from rss

Subject: Learn Android development with this drag-and-drop framework

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When I started doing classroom-based research involving computers in the late 1990s, the first thing I had to do was bring some computers into a classroom. My adviser had gotten a grant for six first-generation Bondi Blue iMacs to be installed at the middle school where we doing our research. As soon as we entered the school carrying those inviting gumdrop-shaped machines, my worries about finding participants more

[#] Fri Aug 04 2017 07:19:31 EDT from rss

Subject: CMD.EXE gets first makeover in 20 years in new Windows 10 build

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New features? Sorry. Just new colours, because modern monitors give CLIs the bluesMicrosoft's making over the Windows Console, the tool that throws up a command line interface and which has hung around in Windows long after DOS was sent to the attic and told not to show itself in polite company.…

[#] Fri Aug 04 2017 08:51:01 EDT from rss

Subject: Ubuntu 16.04.3 LTS Officially Released with Linux Kernel 4.10 from Ubuntu 17.04

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Canonical launched the third point release of the Ubuntu 16.04 LTS (Xenial Xerus) operating system series, Ubuntu 16.04.3, which brings updated kernel and graphics stacks.

[#] Fri Aug 04 2017 10:07:17 EDT from rss

Subject: How to Install Apache Cassandra on Ubuntu 16.04

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Apache Cassandra is a NoSQL database management system which is free and open-source. It allows managing large amounts of data with high availability without compromising the performance. In this tutorial we are going to show you how to install Apache Cassandra on a Linux VPS running Ubuntu 16.04 as an operating system.

[#] Fri Aug 04 2017 11:38:47 EDT from rss

Subject: 6 reasons why GNOME is still the best Linux desktop environment

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I've been using Linux for about 15 years now, trying multiple desktop environments along the way. For the majority of my career, I was a diehard KDE Plasma user (starting with version 2.x). I stuck with Plasma for the majority of the 4.x series, eventually moving on due to stability issues. I've tried Xfce, MATE, Openbox, and many others, but ever since I switched to GNOME 3, I've never looked back. It's a responsive and stable environment that allows me to focus on my work with minimal more

[#] Fri Aug 04 2017 13:11:17 EDT from rss

Subject: How to Install and Use TeamSpeak Server on CentOS 7

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In this tutorial, we will install TeamSpeak Server on CentOS 7 server. TeamSpeak is an open source VOIP or Voice Over Internet Protocol server. It provides voice communication features which can be used in various fields like online gaming, educational training, business communication etc.

[#] Fri Aug 04 2017 14:27:33 EDT from rss

Subject: Add speech to your Fedora system

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By default, Fedora Workstation ships a small package called espeak. It adds a speech synthesizer — that is, text-to-speech software. In today’s world, talking devices are nothing impressive as they’re very common. You can find speech synthesizers even in your... Continue Reading →

[#] Fri Aug 04 2017 16:00:09 EDT from rss


[Reply] [ReplyQuoted] [Headers] [Print] a web front end for a tool called Wego and display three days weather forecasts From Linux Command Line.

[#] Fri Aug 04 2017 17:47:57 EDT from rss

Subject: Cortex-A5 module has mainline Linux and an open-spec carrier

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Acme’s 40 x 30mm “RoadRunner” COM runs Linux on a Microchip Cortex-A5-based SAMA5D27, and offers -40 to 85°C support and an optional “Berta D2” carrier. The RoadRunner computer-on-module is more synergistically named than Acme Systems’ previous Acqua A5, which similarly ran Linux on a Microchip (then Atmel) SAMA5D SoC. The RoadRunner uses the newer SAMA5D2, […]

[#] Fri Aug 04 2017 19:50:56 EDT from rss

Subject: Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.4 Launches with New Security Features, Improvements

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World's leading provider of open source solutions, Red Hat, Inc., announced the availability of the fourth installment of its Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) series 7 operating system.

[#] Fri Aug 04 2017 21:37:42 EDT from rss

Subject: Top 5: Lightweight email clients, Raspberry Pi in education, net neutrality, and more

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In this week's top 5, we come to you from PyCon AU in Melbourne, Australia!read more

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