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[#] Mon Aug 28 2017 23:11:07 EDT from rss

Subject: Compact thin client runs Linux, supports triple displays

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At VMworld 2017 in Las Vegas, 10ZiG Technology unveiled a 5900q Thin Client & Zero Client Series with triple display support at 4K resolution, as well as optional PoE and “innovative touch technology.” The 5900q supports PeakOS (Linux), Windows 10 IoT, or a NOS install for Zero client applications.

[#] Tue Aug 29 2017 00:29:23 EDT from rss

Subject: Leak of more than 1,700 valid passwords could make the IoT mess much worse

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Security researchers have unearthed a sprawling list of login credentials that allows anyone on the Internet to take over home routers and more than 1,700 "Internet of things" devices and make them part of a destructive botnet.

[#] Tue Aug 29 2017 02:33:25 EDT from rss

Subject: Why Is Tux

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f you search Linux kernel today and look for Linux mascot Tux on the search result page, you’ll notice something unusual. The Google card showed along with the results features a little distorted logo of Tux (Read Tux origin story here). Why is it so? Is our beloved Tux not feeling okay?

[#] Tue Aug 29 2017 03:50:27 EDT from rss

Subject: How to Connect to a VPN Automatically on Linux

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Most Linux distros come with a VPN client for you to connect to VPN manually. This tutorial shows you the way to connect to a VPN automatically on Linux.

[#] Tue Aug 29 2017 05:08:45 EDT from rss

Subject: Jolla demos Sailfish OS on Sony Xperia X, software ready for sale soon

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Jolla was one of the companies that sprung from the old Finnish giant Nokia, after it decided to stop selling phones. Jolla made Sailfish OS, a software for mobile devices that was based on Linux, but also combining some elements from Android...

[#] Tue Aug 29 2017 06:41:15 EDT from rss

Subject: What was your first programming language?

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Whether you first learned to program in a classroom setting, on the job, or by teaching yourself, everyone who has contributed code to an open source project has a story of how they first picked up programming. And no matter if you still use it today, your first language played an important role in shaping your understanding of computer systems.So which language did you begin with?read more

[#] Tue Aug 29 2017 07:59:33 EDT from rss

Subject: How to Install Steam on a Chromebook

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In order to install Steam, you will first have to install Linux... You will have to follow the step-by-step guide in order to get a new distribution of Linux on your Chromebook and install Steam...

[#] Tue Aug 29 2017 09:15:47 EDT from rss

Subject: Window Maker Live: Cool Retro Look, Even Cooler Performance

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The latest version of Window Maker Live (0.95.7-4), released this month, is a Debian-based Linux distribution that uses the Window Maker window manager as the default graphical user interface. It integrates well-known open source components in a surprisingly satisfying interface.

[#] Tue Aug 29 2017 10:32:02 EDT from rss

Subject: Create versatile visualizations with D3 and Angular

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Our world is based on data. We gather it everywhere: forms, feedback, learning techniques, data mining, etc. When it comes to working with that data, we need to do more than show numbers back to our users; we need to make it easy for them to understand what the numbers more

[#] Tue Aug 29 2017 12:04:33 EDT from rss

Subject: SoCLI

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SoCLI is a Stack overflow command line interface written in python. It’s allows you to search and browse stack overflow from the terminal.

[#] Tue Aug 29 2017 13:20:49 EDT from rss

Subject: Many Patents Are Being Passed to Android-Hostile Patent Trolls (by the Thousands) and Microsoft is in the Shadows

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Some of the latest moves and actions (and auctions) which pose a danger to GNU/Linux in mobile devices in particular

[#] Tue Aug 29 2017 14:38:04 EDT from rss

Subject: Asus Tinker Board

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The Asus Tinker Board seeks to offer a good user experience for two different types of users, catering for both Linux and Android enthusiasts. While the latest Android release is no longer labelled a beta release, it still has some serious omissions. In particular, the lack of Google Play Store and a normal Android upgrade path. But on balance, I’m satisfied that Asus has met their objective of offering an attractive user experience for Android users. What about Linux users?

[#] Tue Aug 29 2017 15:54:19 EDT from rss

Subject: How a leader can move forward without consensus

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Open organizations depend on collaboration and inclusion, so when it comes to making decisions, it's natural to wonder how much time and energy we ought to spend in the pursuit of alignment and consensus-building.Openness and transparency are infused into everything we do at Red Hat, from the way we create technology to our methods of communication. We are a mission-based, purpose-driven organization, and that means company-wide alignment will always be crucial for some of our more

[#] Tue Aug 29 2017 17:12:42 EDT from rss

Subject: How to guide: Associate Elastic IP to EC2 Linux instance.

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Learn how to assign elastic IP to ec2 Linux instance in AWS. Step by step procedure explaining how to allocate elastic IP to your account and how to associate it to EC2.

[#] Tue Aug 29 2017 18:30:54 EDT from rss

Subject: How To Set Up Firejail On Linux

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Out of the big three operating systems, Linux runs into far less issues when it comes to privacy. Still, as secure as Linux can be, there’s always room for improvement. Introducing Firejail, the most popular sandboxing tool on Linux.

[#] Tue Aug 29 2017 20:02:24 EDT from rss

Subject: Survey shows Linux and FreeRTOS out front in embedded tech

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AspenCore’s 2017 survey of embedded tech developers reveals that open source OSes like Linux and FreeRTOS continue to grow as proprietary platforms decline. Dozens of market studies are happy to tell you how many IoT gizmos are expected to ship by 2020, but few research firms regularly dig into embedded development trends. That’s where reader […]

[#] Tue Aug 29 2017 21:19:40 EDT from rss

Subject: Raspberry Pi based thin client optimized for VMware Blast Extreme

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ClearCube released a $120 “C3Pi Thin Client” built on the RPi 3 that runs a “Cloud Desktop” Linux distro and supports VMware Blast Extreme displays. Another thin client vendor has tapped the Raspberry Pi SBC to drive a low-end thin client, joining companies like NComputing (RX-HDX) and ViewSonic (SC-T25). At VMworld 2017, ClearCube Technology launched […]

[#] Tue Aug 29 2017 22:39:59 EDT from rss

Subject: MongoDB quits Solaris, wants to work on an OS people actually use

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Says users are migrating away, criticizes Oracle's roadmap and ends builds and support, effective ASAPMongoDB has killed off its Solaris development efforts. The company's director of platform engineering Andrew Morrow calls the decision “bittersweet,” but says “lack of adoption among our user base” made the decision easy and necessary.…

[#] Tue Aug 29 2017 23:59:17 EDT from rss

Subject: The next release of OpenStack, Pike leaps up

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OpenStack[he]#039[/he]s latest release is easier to update than ever.

[#] Wed Aug 30 2017 01:17:34 EDT from rss

Subject: Tiny, rugged, open-spec SBC plugs into carrier or breadboards

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FriendlyElec’s WiFi-ready, $8 “NanoPi Duo” runs Linux on a quad -A7 Allwinner H2+, and can plug into a $10 RPi-like carrier or any standard breadboard. FriendlyElec has added to its line of open spec, community backed NanoPi SBCs with an IoT-focused, $8 NanoPi Duo SBC that can plug into a $10 “Mini Shield” carrier board […]

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