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[#] Mon Aug 14 2017 00:51:44 EDT from rss

Subject: The Dragon Spacecraft is carrying precious cargo in the form of a supercomputer

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A mission to Mars will require sophisticated on-board computing resources that are capable of extended periods of uptime... it could pave the way for missions to Mars, where having dependable tech is of the utmost importance.

[#] Mon Aug 14 2017 02:39:30 EDT from rss @

Subject: Linus Torvalds Is Confident That Linux Kernel 4.13 Won't See Any Delays, RC5 Out Now

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It's Sunday evening here in the US, which means that Linus Torvalds has just announced the release of yet another RC (Release Candidate) development snapshot of the upcoming Linux 4.13 kernel series.

[#] Mon Aug 14 2017 04:46:13 EDT from rss

Subject: Reasons Why You Should Replace Windows With Linux Mint

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If you are looking for an alternative to Windows, look no further. In this article, I'm going to share with you why Linux Mint can be a good alternative to Windows users. Linux Mint 18.2 is the latest release and its familiar for Windows users whether they are coming from Windows XP, Vista,7, 8 or Windows 10. With a smaller footprint and also the familiarity of Windows, your experience will be equal or better for the most part of it. I am not saying Linux Mint is better than Windows or any other desktop OS, but for some Windows users, it just might be a better option. Let me show you why.

[#] Mon Aug 14 2017 06:34:59 EDT from rss

Subject: How to Install and Use UFW Firewall on Linux

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UFW also known as Uncomplicated Firewall is an interface to iptables and is particularly well-suited for host-based firewalls. UFW provide an easy to use interface for beginner user who is unfamiliar with firewall concepts. It is most popular firewall tool originating from Ubuntu. It supports both IPv4 and IPv6.

[#] Mon Aug 14 2017 08:36:59 EDT from rss

Subject: Old Firefox add-ons get 'dead man walking' call

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After version 57, plugins go to browser heavenThe end of legacy Firefox plugins is drawing closer, with Mozilla's Jorge Villalobos saying they'll be disabled in an upcoming nightly build of the browser's 57th edition.…

[#] Mon Aug 14 2017 17:04:19 EDT from rss

Subject: Tough little Apollo Lake module runs Linux

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Axiomtek’s rugged, Linux-friendly “CEM311” Type 10 Mini “Apollo Lake” module offers optional 64GB, up to 4x PCIe, and wide temperature and input ranges. The CEM311 joins other 84 x 55mm COM Express Type 10 Mini modules based on Intel’s Apollo Lake system-on-chips, including Adlink’s nanoX-AL, Congatec’s Conga-MA5, and MSC’s MSC C10M-AL.

[#] Mon Aug 14 2017 17:50:06 EDT from rss

Subject: How to become a python coder, first part

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Python is a high level computer programming language easy to learn and put in use by anyone who is passionate about coding. The first time I started reading some python code it felt like i was reading myself, I mean my thoughts converted to code.

[#] Mon Aug 14 2017 19:08:23 EDT from rss

Subject: 4 container adoption patterns: What you need to know

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How is IT using containers, what’s the best adoption pattern for you – and where are the speed bumps? Containers have quickly won a key role in enterprise IT plans for a practical reason: They help organizations gain speed. And for digital businesses, speed equals revenue. But how are your peers using containers, what’s the best adoption pattern for your company – and what speed bumps should you avoid?

[#] Mon Aug 14 2017 20:27:38 EDT from rss

Subject: WPS Office 2016 for Linux

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Promising the world's best office experience for the Linux community, WPS Software presents WPS Office 2016 for Linux: a high-performing yet considerably more affordable alternative to Microsoft Office that is fully compatible with and comparable to the constituent PowerPoint, Excel and Word applications. The WPS Office suite, with more than 1.2 billion installs across all platforms, is a complete office suite, including Writer, Presentation, Spreadsheets and a built-in PDF reader. Linux, Windows, Android and iOS versions are available.

[#] Mon Aug 14 2017 21:46:56 EDT from rss

Subject: Wanted: GNU Project Maintainers

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Would you like to give Linux a boost by contributing your coding skills in the service of a GNU project? Here’s a partial list of some projects that are looking for a little help.

[#] Mon Aug 14 2017 22:49:58 EDT from rss

Subject: How to install and setup Plex Media Server Ubuntu 16.04

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Plex is a free and open source feature-rich media library platform that provides a way to store all your movies, shows, and other media in one place. In this tutorial, we will learn how to install and configure Plex Media Server on Ubuntu 16.04.

[#] Tue Aug 15 2017 00:06:15 EDT from rss

Subject: Free security service scans open source Linux IoT binaries

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Insignary unveiled TruthIsIntheBinary, a free, cloud-based version of its Clarity binary code scanning software aimed at open source Linux IoT code. Normally, we board-heads shy away from security software, but Insignary’s latest offering pushed all our buttons: Linux, free, open source, and “IoT security ticking time-bomb.

[#] Tue Aug 15 2017 01:23:29 EDT from rss

Subject: Fedora Classroom Session 4

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The Fedora Classroom sessions continues this week. You can find the general schedule for sessions on the wiki. You can also find resources and recordings from previous sessions there. Here are details about this week’s session on Friday, August 18...

[#] Tue Aug 15 2017 02:41:47 EDT from rss

Subject: HTC Promises to Bring Bluetooth 5.0 Support to HTC U11 Phones with Android 8.0

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Android 8.0 "O" is almost here, as Google's latest and greatest mobile operating system for Android smartphones and tablets, and it looks like it could enable Bluetooth 5.0 support on certain devices.

[#] Tue Aug 15 2017 03:58:43 EDT from rss

Subject: DevOps Fundamentals, Part 6: Automated Testing

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This is the final installment of our series covering the DevOps Fundamentals: Implementing Continuous Delivery (LFS261) training course from The Linux Foundation.

[#] Tue Aug 15 2017 05:00:44 EDT from rss

Subject: How my two-week project turned into a full time open source startup

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Over a year ago, I decided to build a software business that focused on custom web application development, startups, and unique website projects. I had built a very strong and talented team of people who were ambitious to help me start this company as their side gig. We called it Vampeo. We acquired a bunch of projects and started development while keeping our full-time day more

[#] Tue Aug 15 2017 06:18:00 EDT from rss

Subject: Install and Play Overwatch On Linux With Wine

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For over a year now, one game has been the white whale for Linux gamers. That game, of course, is Overwatch. For many, it's a game that should have been simple. Every other Blizzard game has had a Mac port and worked fine under Wine. Overwatch has been that one glaring exception.

[#] Tue Aug 15 2017 07:34:14 EDT from rss

Subject: GNOME at 20: Four reasons it's still my favorite GUI

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The GNOME desktop turns 20 on August 15, and I'm so excited! Twenty years is a major milestone for any open source software project, especially a graphical desktop environment like GNOME that has to appeal to many different users. The 20th anniversary is definitely something to celebrate!Why is GNOME such a big deal? For me, it's because it represented a huge step forward in the Linux desktop. I installed my first Linux system in 1993. In the early days of Linux, the most prevalent graphical environment was TWM, the tabbed window manager. The modern desktop didn't exist more

[#] Tue Aug 15 2017 08:51:31 EDT from rss

Subject: 5 Best Linux Conky Themes

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Conky remains one of the coolest ways of customizing your Linux desktop. Conky uses the X window system allowing you to monitor system variables such as CPU usage, swap space, temperatures, network download and upload speeds, time, calendar and much more.

[#] Tue Aug 15 2017 10:23:00 EDT from rss

Subject: Happy 20th Birthday, GNOME!

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