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[#] Sun Sep 03 2017 04:46:45 EDT from rss

Subject: Google ARCore brings augmented reality to relatively small audience

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At least it doesn't require a bleeding-edge PC and costly gogglesGoogle on Tuesday released a preview of its augmented reality toolkit, although the company acknowledged that only a small portion of Android's installed base will be able to use the software.…

[#] Sun Sep 03 2017 07:04:59 EDT from rss

Subject: How People Collaborate on Linux Kernel Mailing Lists

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In this interview, Foster — who is passionate about bringing people together through a combination of online communities and real-world events — shares some insight about her research and her upcoming talk.

[#] Sun Sep 03 2017 09:09:01 EDT from rss

Subject: OpenStack Pike release bites hard on microservices and scale

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Project tries to move on to lifecycle management rather than initial setupWith the release of OpenStack Pike, the OpenStack Foundation has focussed on making the foundational software-defined networking environment look more digestible and better-suited to the world of microservices that's grown up around it.…

[#] Sun Sep 03 2017 11:11:01 EDT from rss

Subject: Top 5: Your first programming language, running Windows apps on Linux, and more

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In this week's top 5, we take a look at open organizations, programming languages, and Linux. Erik Kieckhafer shares how transparency has changed the way he works, making him more accountable and more responsive.

[#] Sun Sep 03 2017 15:32:18 EDT from rss

Subject: 5 Myths About Linux That Scares Away New Users

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Are there really myths about Linux? I mean there are plenty of facts about Linux and how powerful and secure it is that the entire tech world is relying on it.

[#] Sun Sep 03 2017 18:23:06 EDT from rss

Subject: 5 ways to nurture DevOps culture

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DevOps culture change fails without grassroots support. Take these practical steps to make it work

[#] Sun Sep 03 2017 21:13:54 EDT from rss

Subject: With Android Oreo, Google is introducing Linux kernel requirements

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Until now, as pointed out by XDA Developers, OEMs have been free to use whatever Linux kernel they wanted to create their own version of Android. Of course, their builds still had to pass Google's other tests, but the kernel number itself was not an issue. Moving forward, Android devices running Oreo must use at least kernel 3.18, but there are more specific requirements to meet as well.

[#] Mon Sep 04 2017 00:04:43 EDT from rss

Subject: Terminator for GNU/Linux

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Terminator is definitely worth looking into and there is a reason why so many people speak highly of it.

[#] Mon Sep 04 2017 02:53:27 EDT from rss

Subject: Use Aircrack-ng To Test Your WiFi Password

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Most people have terrible passwords, and WiFi is no exception. Your WiFi password is your primary line of defense against unwanted access to your network. That access can result in a whole host of other nasty things because an attacker can monitor the traffic on your network and even gain direct access to your computers.

[#] Mon Sep 04 2017 05:51:05 EDT from rss

Subject: Linus Torvalds passed a kidney stone and then squeezed out Linux 4.13

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SMB 1.0 also deemed better out than in, as SMB 3.0 becomes defaultLinus Torvalds has released Linux 4.13 to a waiting world and in so doing detailed a tricky work week in which he endured “seven hours of pure agony due to a kidney stone”.…

[#] Mon Sep 04 2017 08:40:53 EDT from rss

Subject: What's the current state of Linux distros for kids?

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When she was only two years old, my daughter was fascinated by the old Eee PC running Ubuntu Studio I was using as one of my main computers. She would climb on my lap to hammer away at the keyboard, so—even though she was a bit young—I decided to search for Linux distributions made for children. To my surprise, I found a few distros made for kids as young as two. read more

[#] Mon Sep 04 2017 10:12:23 EDT from rss

Subject: Have a Blast with Fun to Play Open Source Arcade Style Games

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For anyone wanting to experience the excitement of blasting alien invaders from the sky, embarking on a monster hunt, or fighting a mortal enemy, the arcade had it all. Many of the classic arcade games have been reproduced by open source developers for PCs. There’s a huge range of open source games in this field. Arcade style games are a good fit for open source development, given that many of them were crafted when technical processing power was basic compared to today’s standards.

[#] Mon Sep 04 2017 11:29:39 EDT from rss

Subject: How WikiFundi is helping people in Africa contribute to Wikipedia

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In developed countries, the ability to access and edit Wikipedia easily is taken for granted, but in many African countries, where access to reliable electricity and broadband are limited, that's not the case. I recently interviewed Florence Devouard, who is working on several open source projects to help close gaps caused by poor access to online more

[#] Mon Sep 04 2017 13:03:11 EDT from rss

Subject: A programmer's cleaning guide for messy sensor data

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In this tutorial, I[he]#039[/he]ll explain how to use Pandas and Python to work with messy data. If you have never used Pandas before and know the basics of Python, this tutorial is for more

[#] Mon Sep 04 2017 15:50:55 EDT from rss

Subject: The September 2017 Issue of the PCLinuxOS Magazine

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The PCLinuxOS Magazine staff is pleased to announce the release of the September 2017 issue.

[#] Mon Sep 04 2017 17:07:11 EDT from rss

Subject: KDE Plasma 5.10 Desktop Reaches End of Life as Plasma 5.11 Debuts Early October

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Being a short-lived branch, the KDE Plasma 5.10 desktop environment has reached end of life at the end of August 2017 with the release of the fifth and last maintenance update, versioned 5.10.5.

[#] Mon Sep 04 2017 18:55:58 EDT from rss

Subject: SUSE Pulls

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Those of you who’ve seen the video, however, definitely didn’t see it from the link here on FOSS Force. Lo! and behold, by the time the article and link went live, SUSE had pulled the promotional piece, so a click on it only resulted a screen full of snow (I’m linking to the word “snow” for those of you unfamiliar with the wonders and lingo of analog TV) with the words “this video is unavailable” displayed in that exact order.

[#] Mon Sep 04 2017 20:42:43 EDT from rss

Subject: Here's What Ubuntu 17.10's Default GNOME Shell Theme and Login Screen Look Like

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Soon after it entered Feature Freeze development stage on August 24, 2017, the upcoming Ubuntu 17.10 (Artful Aardvark) operating system is yet to receive a polished and final default desktop session which resembles that of previous releases running Unity.

[#] Mon Sep 04 2017 22:18:18 EDT from rss

Subject: Linux factor command tutorial for beginners (with examples)

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If you are a Linux command line user, and your work revolves around prime numbers, there's a command line utility that might be of your help. The tool in question is factor, and in this tutorial, we will quickly discuss things like why it exists, how it works, and how you can use it. Please note that all examples and instructions mentioned here have been tested on Ubuntu 16.04LTS.

[#] Tue Sep 05 2017 00:06:01 EDT from rss

Subject: openSUSE Leap 42.3 Cloud Images Debut for Google Compute Engine, Microsoft Azure

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If you want to use the latest openSUSE Leap 42.3 open-source computer operating system on the cloud, you should know that the openSUSE Project released a set of cloud images for various of the most popular cloud services on the market.

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