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[#] Wed Aug 16 2017 04:33:47 EDT from rss

Subject: How to write better error messages

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The first time a user encounters an application's documentation, it's not always with the user manual or online help. Often, that first encounter with documentation is an error message.Technical writers should be involved in writing error messages. It's an important, although often overlooked, part of the job. After all, error messages are documentation, albeit documentation that's embedded in the more

[#] Wed Aug 16 2017 05:50:02 EDT from rss

Subject: How to Scan Your Linux Computer for Viruses and Rootkits

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Malware is out there, even for Linux systems. Use these three open-source tools to thoroughly scan your Linux computer for viruses and rootkits.

[#] Wed Aug 16 2017 07:06:17 EDT from rss

Subject: Runit is being maintained again

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I'm pleased to announce the resumption of maintenance on runit, an init and services management system, originally derived from daemontools by Gerrit Pape.

[#] Wed Aug 16 2017 08:22:32 EDT from rss

Subject: Track your creative projects with mind-map software

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I'm a huge proponent of using mind maps in creative work, which you may know if you've read any of my previous articles or follow my more

[#] Wed Aug 16 2017 09:38:46 EDT from rss

Subject: Learn the basics of the ZSH shell

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Bash isn't bad. It gets the job done just fine, but have you ever considered what it'd be like if Bash had some extra features to make it more convenient to work with? That's more-or-less what ZSH is. It includes all of the features that you'd expect from Bash, but it also has some really nice additions to make your life easier. Actually, you'll be amazed at how much easier they make working in the command line.

[#] Wed Aug 16 2017 10:41:49 EDT from rss

Subject: Linux desktop GUI GNOME celebrates its 20th birthday

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Since the initial release of GNOME 1.0 in 1999, there have been 33 stable releases. That first release would set the framework for all future versions. It was based on the GIMP ToolKit (GTK+)... Its libraries are available for any application under the terms of the GNU Lesser General Public License (LGPL).

[#] Wed Aug 16 2017 12:00:06 EDT from rss

Subject: Using JavaScript to hack the web

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There's no lack of online resources for JavaScript, from courses that teach you the basics to tutorials on app creation. In this article—which doesn't require you to make your own apps, or even to have particularly deep product knowledge—I'll explain how to use JavaScript to create useful browser hacks that enhance your web experiences and boost more

[#] Wed Aug 16 2017 13:17:21 EDT from rss

Subject: Thin Mini-ITX duo serves up Apollo Lake and Skylake-U

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Avalue’s EMX-APLP and EMX-SKLUP are thin Mini-ITX boards that tap Intel’s Apollo Lake and Skylake-U CPUs, respectively, each with triple displays and 4K. Avalue has launched a pair of “thin” Mini-ITX boards supporting Intel processors. The company never mentions the vertical dimension on the 170 x 170mm EMX-APLP and EMX-SKLUP motherboards, but the photos suggest […]

[#] Wed Aug 16 2017 14:34:38 EDT from rss

Subject: Docker Updates Enterprise Edition with Secure Multi-Tenancy Support

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After months of development with Docker Community Edition releases, Docker Enterprise Edition 17.06 is now generally available.

[#] Wed Aug 16 2017 15:50:52 EDT from rss

Subject: GPD Pocket, The 7-Inch Ubuntu Laptop, is Now Shipping

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Ubuntu fans with small fingers and big pockets will be pleased to hear that the GPD Pocket Ubuntu edition has begun shipping.

[#] Wed Aug 16 2017 16:51:52 EDT from rss

Subject: Happy 24th Birthday, Debian!

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Today, August 16, 2017, Debian, the universal, Unix-like computer operating system powered by the Linux kernel turns 24 years of existence since the late Ian Murdock first announced the Debian Project back in 1993.

[#] Wed Aug 16 2017 18:10:10 EDT from rss

Subject: Ubuntu sends trash to its desktop's desktop

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Canonical picks up after Apple – 17 years laterCanonical is adding a trash can icon to the upcoming Ubuntu 17.10 release, which might give some a sense of déjà vu.…

[#] Wed Aug 16 2017 19:28:26 EDT from rss

Subject: How To Install Cinnamon Desktop Environment In Ubuntu

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?Cinnamon is an awesome desktop environment. It is part of the reason Linux Mint has become one of the most popular Linux distros available. Unlike Ubuntu’s Unity or Gnome 3 or many other desktop environments that are trying new things, Cinnamon keeps things simple.

[#] Wed Aug 16 2017 20:46:44 EDT from rss

Subject: Linux expand Command Tutorial For Beginners (with Examples)

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While working on the command line in Linux, there may arise a situation where-in the requirement is to replace tabs in a file with spaces. The task isn't difficult if the file is small, but what if the file you're dealing with is huge, or worse, there are hundreds of files in which you have to make this change? Worry not, there exists a command line tool that's specifically built for this work. The tool in question is expand, and in this tutorial, we will discuss the basics of expand using some easy to understand examples.

[#] Wed Aug 16 2017 22:03:59 EDT from rss

Subject: The future of Python: Concurrency devoured, Node.js next on menu

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Programming language keeps getting fatter amid awkward version 3 splitAnalysis The PyBay 2017 conference, held in San Francisco over the weekend, began with a keynote about concurrency.…

[#] Wed Aug 16 2017 23:07:02 EDT from rss

Subject: For Fun and Profit: A New Book on the History of Linux and Open Source

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Twenty-six years ago this month, a geeky student in Finland released the Linux kernel to the world. Today, hundreds of millions of people are using Linux. Why? That’s a question I try to answer in my new book For Fun and Profit: A History of the Free and Open Source Software Revolution.

[#] Thu Aug 17 2017 00:24:17 EDT from rss

Subject: How to explain microservices in plain English

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Tech leaders try explain microservices succinctly and in simple terms.

[#] Thu Aug 17 2017 01:42:35 EDT from rss

Subject: Canonical Fixes Regression in the Linux 4.4 Kernel Packages of Ubuntu 16.04 LTS

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Earlier this month, on August 3, Canonical published multiple security advisories to inform Ubuntu users about the availability of new kernel releases for all supported Ubuntu Linux operating systems.

[#] Thu Aug 17 2017 02:59:50 EDT from rss

Subject: Google awards student $10k for discovery of App Engine data leak flaw

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This week, Ezequiel Pereira said in a blog post that he went bug hunting on July 11 simply due to boredom, and after several failed attempts, stumbled upon a way to change the Host Header in requests to the App Engine server without authentication.

[#] Thu Aug 17 2017 04:02:28 EDT from rss

Subject: Module offers 16-core Atom C3000 and four 10GbE ports

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Portwell’s “PCOM-B701” is a COM Express Type 7 with an up to 16-core Atom C3000 plus 4x 10GbE-KR, a GbE port, 20x PCIe lanes, and industrial temp support. Like the PCOM-B700G module that Portwell unveiled last month, the PCOM-B701 adopts the 125 x 95mm COM Express 3.0 Type 7 Basic form factor.

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