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[#] Mon Aug 07 2017 17:09:11 EDT from rss

Subject: Dumping Windows and installing Linux Mint, in just 10 minutes

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One of my netbooks needed refreshing, and I decided to dump Windows completely and install only Linux Mint. The entire process took 10 minutes. Here are the details.

[#] Mon Aug 07 2017 18:27:09 EDT from rss

Subject: SteamOS 2.121 Update Hits Stable Channel with Flatpak Support, Linux 4.11.12

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Valve's SteamOS engineers have pushed earlier today the SteamOS 2.121 update to the stable "brewmaster" channel, bringing users a newer kernel and all the latest security updates from the upstream Debian GNU/Linux repositories.

[#] Mon Aug 07 2017 19:43:24 EDT from rss

Subject: DevOps Fundamentals, Part 5: Consistency in the Pipeline

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In this article, we’ll do a quick review of some of the tools and then discuss how to achieve consistency in the pipeline.

[#] Mon Aug 07 2017 21:01:44 EDT from rss

Subject: How to use GNU's aspell to fix spelling errors in files

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GNU's aspell is a very useful tool for fixing typos in files. It not only find your misspellings and displays them, but it offers a list of potential corrections and applies changes as instructed.

[#] Mon Aug 07 2017 22:19:58 EDT from rss

Subject: TypeScript: Our Type of JavaScript

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Dynamic typing is a great feature of JavaScript. Variables are capable of handling any type of object, and types are determined on the fly, with types cast implicitly when necessary. However, as an application begins to grow, the dynamic nature of JavaScript increasingly becomes harder to manage.

[#] Mon Aug 07 2017 23:21:59 EDT from rss

Subject: How to Install MySQL Server with phpMyAdmin on FreeBSD 11

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MySQL is a free and open source relational management system. It stores data in tabular format. It is the most popular way of storing the data into the database. phpMyAdmin is also a free and open source application used to administrate a MySQL server instance through a rich graphical user interface.

[#] Tue Aug 08 2017 00:39:15 EDT from rss

Subject: Linus Torvalds Announces a "Bigger Than Usual" Fourth Linux 4.13 Kernel RC

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Linus Torvalds on Sunday announced the release and immediate availability for download of the fourth RC (Release Candidate) milestone of the upcoming Linux 4.13 kernel series, which will be used by default on Ubuntu 17.10.

[#] Tue Aug 08 2017 01:57:31 EDT from rss

Subject: Chip IP designer ARM becomes - or is it arm?

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Chip IP designer ARM Holdings has released a video that rebrands itself as [he]#8220[/he]Arm[he]#8221[/he] and promises to bring “happiness for everyone.” Eleven months after UK based semiconductor IP designer ARM Holdings was acquired by Japanese technology giant Softbank Group for about $31 billion, Arm has quietly rebranded itself with a hipper lower-case “arm” logo.

[#] Tue Aug 08 2017 03:15:30 EDT from rss

Subject: How to Configure Color Temperature in GNOME Night Light

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Gnome Night Light can change the color of your monitor at night so you won’t have eye strain. Learn how you can fine tune the color temperature of your monitor.

[#] Tue Aug 08 2017 04:31:45 EDT from rss

Subject: How to use Ansible to set up a Git server over SSH

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In part 1 of this series, I described basics of the Ansible remote administration tool. I set up the environment, installed the Ansible package on the control machine, set up a basic inventory, and demonstrated basic playbooks. I had no need to back up these simple and easy-to-reproduce playbooks, but as these playbooks begin to serve as the blueprint(s) and documentation of my lab environment, I'll need to consider how to back them more

[#] Tue Aug 08 2017 05:32:44 EDT from rss

Subject: Canonical Outs Linux Security Patch for Ubuntu 14.04 LTS to Fix Several Issues

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Canonical on Monday published two Ubuntu Security Notice (USN) advisories to inform users of Ubuntu 14.04 LTS and Ubuntu 12.04 LTS operating systems about the availability of new kernel updates.

[#] Tue Aug 08 2017 06:48:59 EDT from rss

Subject: Rugged i.MX6 SBC and panel PC power up via PoE

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Habey’s new 3.5-inch, PoE-ready “EMB-3200” SBC which offers NXP’s i.MX6, also drives a Linux- and Android driven, 7-inch “OPC-4207” touch-panel system. Habey, which recently released a Kaby Lake based BIS-6862, has now turned to an ARM (now called arm) system-on-chip for its EMB-3200 SBC and EMB-3200-driven OPC-4207 touch-panel computer. No OS support is listed for […]

[#] Tue Aug 08 2017 08:05:14 EDT from rss

Subject: MongoDB backup and restore methodology using IBM Spectrum Protect for Linux on Power

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This article describes the approaches for backing up MongoDB instances on IBM Power Systems. It includes instructions on how to run backup and management agents on the MongoDB servers and how MongoDB can be integrated with traditional backup tools such as IBM Spectrum Protect.

[#] Tue Aug 08 2017 09:21:30 EDT from rss

Subject: Exploring Cantata, an Linux music client that impresses

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Last month I looked at three Linux clients for my music player daemon (MPD) music server: ncmpcpp, Sonata, and GMPC. This month I'm looking at Cantata, recommended by two kind readers, and I really, really like what I more

[#] Tue Aug 08 2017 10:37:44 EDT from rss

Subject: LibreOffice 5.4 Adds New Features to Open Source Office Suite

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LibreOffice is the default standard office suite in many mainstream Linux distributions including Red Hat Enterprise Linux, SUSE and Ubuntu. LibreOffice is also available for both Microsoft Windows and Apple OS X as well. LibreOffice includes Writer document, Calc Spreadsheet, Impress Presentation, Base Database and Draw drawing programs as part of the integrated suite.

[#] Tue Aug 08 2017 11:54:00 EDT from rss

Subject: Akademy 2017 in Retrospect

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The 2017 edition of Akademy was held in Almería, Spain. Starting officially on the 22nd of July and ending on the 27th, the weekend was dedicated to talks, as is customary. The rest of the following week, from Monday to Thursday, was dedicated to workshops and BoFs...

[#] Tue Aug 08 2017 13:11:16 EDT from rss

Subject: The 5 best Chromebooks for school or anywhere else in 2017

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Chromebooks are great for work and the classroom.

[#] Tue Aug 08 2017 14:13:16 EDT from rss

Subject: Creating a handbook for achieving openness at scale

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"Yeah, but how do you actually do that?"It's the most common question our community fields, both on and at innumerable conferences and workshops. People tend to understand why practicing openness in the workplace leads to greater agility, better innovation, and increased engagment—they just need to know how to achieve it all.So we're writing a book to explain. And you can more

[#] Tue Aug 08 2017 15:31:34 EDT from rss

Subject: Firefox Is Better, For You. WebVR and new speedy features launching today in Firefox

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Perhaps you’re starting to see a pattern – we’re working furiously to make Firefox faster and better than ever. And today we’re shipping a new release that’s our best yet, one that introduces exciting, empowering new technologies for creators as well as improves the everyday experience for all Firefox users.

[#] Tue Aug 08 2017 16:47:49 EDT from rss

Subject: Linux exit Command Explained for Beginners (With Examples)

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If you are a Linux newbie, and your work involves doing stuff through the command line, then it goes without saying that you must be spending a lot of time on the terminal window. As you'd likely agree, there are some commands that we tend to use very frequently, like ls, cp, and rm. However, there are some others that are comparatively less used. In this tutorial, we will discuss one such, less frequently used command: Exit.

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