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[#] Wed Aug 30 2017 22:32:21 EDT from rss

Subject: Linux fgrep Command Tutorial for Beginners (with Examples)

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While grep is a well-known Linux command (we've already covered it in detail), do you know that there exist two different variants of this tool? Yes, these are egrep and fgrep. In this tutorial, we will discuss the latter (fgrep) using easy to understand examples.

[#] Thu Aug 31 2017 00:03:51 EDT from rss

Subject: OpenStack Pike Debuts Re-Defining the Open-Source Cloud Platform

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The 16th release of OpenStack now uses the open-source Python 3.5 programming language and provides new standalone project component options.

[#] Thu Aug 31 2017 01:21:08 EDT from rss

Subject: Make a Github Pages blog with Pelican

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Pelican is a utility that lets you create beautiful weblogs using just text files. The files can be in reStructured Text or Markdown formats, which are both simple to learn. Like other blog software, you can make both timed posts and static pages. Pelican supports feeds, external analytics tools, and can import from WordPress or other feeds.

[#] Thu Aug 31 2017 02:38:24 EDT from rss

Subject: Linux-based mobile access router features Cisco 5921 ESR

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Eurotech’s rugged, Linux-driven “BoltMAR 20-11” mobile access router offers Cisco 5921 ESR software, dual Ethernet ports, and WiFi, GPS, and cellular links. As we write this, rescuers continue to ply the flooded streets of Houston looking for survivors of Hurricane Harvey. It occurs to us that Eurotech’s BoltMAR 20-11 might come in very handy in […]

[#] Thu Aug 31 2017 03:57:24 EDT from rss

Subject: How to use the motd file to get Linux users to pay attention

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Configuring login messages on Linux servers has gotten more complex and dynamic. But those types of messages, such as 'message of the day,' still have value. In this article, we look at the message of the day setup on an Ubuntu server to decipher how the process works.

[#] Thu Aug 31 2017 05:13:39 EDT from rss

Subject: 7 Things to Know About Today's DDoS Attacks

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Distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks continue to be a weapon of choice among threat actors seeking to extort money from victims, disrupt operations, conceal data-exfiltration activities, further hacktivist causes, or even to carry out cyberwar.

[#] Thu Aug 31 2017 06:31:56 EDT from rss

Subject: Ocado Technology's Kubermesh

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Instead of relying on servers concentrated in one large data center, the newKubermesh is designed to simplify data-center architectures for smart factories byelegantly and cost effectively leveraging a distributed network of computing nodesspread across the enterprise.

[#] Thu Aug 31 2017 08:03:26 EDT from rss

Subject: Neofetch

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Neofetch is a cross-platform and easy-to-use command line (CLI) script that collects your Linux system information and display it on the terminal next to an image.

[#] Thu Aug 31 2017 09:20:43 EDT from rss

Subject: How to Manage Nvidia Optimus Chipsets in Ubuntu with Bumblebee

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Bumblebee allows you to use the dedicated nVidia GPU for rendering when needed and to power it down when not in use. Learn how to use Bumblebee in Ubuntu.

[#] Thu Aug 31 2017 10:38:58 EDT from rss

Subject: Episode 7 of This Week in Linux - Weekly Linux News Podcast

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This Week in Linux covered new releases from GIMP, Fail2Ban, Audacious, Voyager Linux, and many more. Ubuntu has reached Feature Freeze, we'll talk about the latest changes before the freeze. QupZilla has chosen the new name of the browser. Updates from System76 on Pop!_OS as well as some news on some Linux Hardware. Then we'll check out this week's Linux Gaming news which there is a surprising amount that may require a Rapid Fire approach. All that and more on today's episode of This Week in Linux.

[#] Thu Aug 31 2017 11:57:16 EDT from rss

Subject: How to get an open-source job

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Having open-source programming chops or Linux sysadmin skills is only the start.

[#] Thu Aug 31 2017 13:14:40 EDT from rss

Subject: 20 Linux Command Tips and Tricks That Will Save You A Lot of Time

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Some tiny but useful Linux commands, terminal tricks and shortcuts that will save you a lot of time while working with Linux command line.

[#] Thu Aug 31 2017 14:31:48 EDT from rss

Subject: Tips for customizing your new Linux installation

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I recently installed the latest release of Fedora 26 from scratch on a brand new laptop. If you've been using Linux for a while, you may opt to do upgrades instead of fresh installs to keep your preferences and configurations intact. After all, who wants to go searching for customizations every time a new version of your favorite distribution (in my case, Fedora) comes out?read more

[#] Thu Aug 31 2017 16:04:19 EDT from rss

Subject: How to Overclock Your AMD Ryzen CPU On Linux

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AMD's Ryzen CPUs were designed to be overclocked. They're excellent at it, and they benefit greatly from it. Most Ryzen CPUs can even overclock a few hundred MHz using a stock cooler. That's impressive no matter how you look at it.

[#] Thu Aug 31 2017 17:21:38 EDT from rss

Subject: hwinfo (Hardware Info)

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hwinfo stands for hardware information tool is another great utility that used to probe for the hardware present in the system.

[#] Thu Aug 31 2017 18:39:52 EDT from rss

Subject: OpenStack 'Pike' Focuses on Basics Instead of Gee-Whiz New Features

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Actually, this is a good time for the platform's developers to step away from any mad rush to add new features and concentrate on improving the basics. Back in April, when we reported on Open Stack's ninth User Survey, we noted that although use of the platform was on the rise, in some cases user satisfaction was declining, most likely over usability issues.

[#] Thu Aug 31 2017 19:56:06 EDT from rss

Subject: 3 consequences of coding in the open

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I have no idea what you did at your job last week. I couldn't find out if I wanted to.But if you were curious enough about it, you could find out exactly what I did, Monday through more

[#] Thu Aug 31 2017 21:12:22 EDT from rss

Subject: Deploy WordPress on top of FAMP in FreeBSD 11.1

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This guide will show how to install and configure the most popular open source CMS used on the internet, Wordpress, on top of FAMP in FreeBSD 11.x latest release. FAMP is an acronym which describes the following software bundle: FreeBSD 11.1 Unix-like operating system, Apache HTTP server, one of the most popular open-source web server on the internet, MariaDB RDBMS (relational database management system), which is a fork of MySQL database engine, and PHP programming server-side language.

[#] Thu Aug 31 2017 22:31:39 EDT from rss

Subject: Casino gaming SBC features Kaby Lake and PCIe x16 expansion

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Advantech’s Linux-ready “DPX-S445” is a casino gaming SBC with 7th Gen Core CPUs, triple displays, and a PCIe x16 connector for 8x additional displays. Advantech’s Advantech-Innocore gaming technology business unit has announced a DPX-S445 casino gaming SBC that offers a claimed 20-30 percent processing improvement over previous DPX-S boards, with which it’s backward compatible. The […]

[#] Fri Sep 01 2017 00:04:11 EDT from rss

Subject: Hardening Docker Hosts with User Namespaces

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Securing your Docker containers and the hosts upon which they run is key to sustaining reliable and available services. From my professional DevSecOps perspective, securing the containers and the orchestrators (e.g., OpenShift, Docker Swarm, and Kubernetes) is usually far from easy. This is primarily because the goal posts change frequently thanks to the technology evolving at such a rapid pace.

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