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[#] Tue Sep 05 2017 01:52:47 EDT from rss

Subject: Install Riot Matrix Chat Client On Debian and Ubuntu

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Matrix is an up-and-coming chat protocol that provides a real alternative to proprietary solutions like Slack. Unlike Slack, Matrix is free, open source, and completely decentralized. With Matrix, you own your chat.

[#] Tue Sep 05 2017 06:17:53 EDT from rss

Subject: Desktop Linux Now Has its Highest Market Share Ever

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Linux market share has witnessed a steady increase, especially in the last two summer months. There has been an upsurge in the desktop Linux market share which has seen a rise to 3.37% in the latest statistics on Net Market Share for operating systems.

[#] Tue Sep 05 2017 08:05:39 EDT from rss

Subject: 3 lessons in effective open partnership

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In the first part of this series, I presented three challenges open organizations face when seeking strategic, external partners. To quickly recap, these challenges are:Competition with ongoing business for scarce resources in both companies,Divided time, energy, and attention of shared staff, and,Disharmony in partnership and building a new communityI also noted that company-to-company alliances typically form through three stages, namely:read more

[#] Tue Sep 05 2017 09:37:10 EDT from rss

Subject: VPS vs. Cloud Hosting

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To learn the difference between VPS and Cloud Hosting will be helpful in your decision making when choosing a web hosting plan for your needs. Here we’ll try to simply explain what is VPS hosting and what is Cloud Hosting by pointing out the pros and cons respectively.

[#] Tue Sep 05 2017 11:25:56 EDT from rss

Subject: What is edge computing?

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Cloud computing has dominated IT discussions for the last two decades, particularly since Amazon popularized the term in 2006 with the release of its Elastic Compute Cloud. In its simplest form, cloud computing is the centralization of computing services to take advantage of a shared data center infrastructure and the economy of scale to reduce more

[#] Tue Sep 05 2017 14:33:01 EDT from rss

Subject: Linux 4.13 Kernel Released with New Accelerated Security Feature

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The fourth new Linux kernel milestone of 2017 is now available, providing improved performance and security features including Kernel Transport Layer Security.

[#] Tue Sep 05 2017 16:20:47 EDT from rss

Subject: Ecere SDK: A cross-platform toolkit for GUIs and graphics

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Take a look at the 20-year history of the Ecere software development kit, now powering the GNOSIS GIS mapping software.

[#] Tue Sep 05 2017 17:54:21 EDT from rss

Subject: Future Proof Your SysAdmin Career: Getting Certified

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In today’s rapidly changing system administration landscape, skills and credentials count for a lot, but professional certification can also make a difference. With that in mind, let's take a look at five valuable types of certification for sysadmins along with relevant training options.

[#] Tue Sep 05 2017 19:46:09 EDT from rss

Subject: Magic Wormhole

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Meet Magic Wormhole is a simple and free utility that help users to send a files from one computer to another computer anywhere in the world.

[#] Tue Sep 05 2017 21:21:43 EDT from MP

Subject: Configure WordPress with W3 Total Cache and CloudFlare CDN in LAMP

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This guide will show you how to increase WordPress website load speed with W3 Total Cache Plugin and a CloudFlare CDN free account. In this tutorial, Wordpress CMS system is installed on top of a LAMP stack (Linux + Apache HTTP server + MariaDB RDBMS and PHP) on a Debian 9 server.

[#] Tue Sep 05 2017 23:11:30 EDT from rss

Subject: Debian GNU/Linux 10 "Buster" Installer Enters Alpha with Linux 4.12 Support

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Work on the next major version of the Debian GNU/Linux operating system is ongoing since early July, a couple of weeks after the Debian GNU/Linux 9 "Stretch" series arrived, and it now looks like it's already in Alpha stages of development.

[#] Wed Sep 06 2017 02:49:05 EDT from rss

Subject: How to Set Up Two-Factor Authentication in Ubuntu

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Two-factor authentication adds an extra layer of security to your accounts. Learn how you can easily set up two-factor authentication on Ubuntu.

[#] Wed Sep 06 2017 04:38:37 EDT from rss

Subject: How To Transform GIMP Into Photoshop

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GIMP is a pretty awesome free and open source imaging tool that does a lot right in providing a very remarkable alternative to the hugely popular premium Photoshop. GIMP does a lot right for those who make the switch but then there is always a learning curve in getting used to the interface, the shortcuts, and others. What if we could make some few tweaks and changes to make your GIMP set up the look and work more like Photoshop. This post looks at 6 simple ways of making GIMP look and work a bit like Photoshop. Most of these tweaks are pretty easy to achieve so let's get started.

[#] Wed Sep 06 2017 07:45:40 EDT from rss

Subject: Netutils-Linux : A Set Of Tools To Simplify Linux Network Troubleshooting And Performance Tuning

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Say hello to netutils-linux is a collection Of utilities to perform network troubleshooting and performance tuning in varies aspect.

[#] Wed Sep 06 2017 09:19:13 EDT from rss

Subject: What's your flava? Ooo, tell me what's your flava... of Ubuntu

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The Canonical project is gearing up for one of its biggest releases yet. Ubuntu 17.10, due to arrive October 19, will be the company's first release since it abandoned its Unity desktop, Mir display server and the dream of "convergence". Instead Ubuntu users will get the GNOME desktop with a few tweaks that promise to make it a little bit more Unity-like.

[#] Wed Sep 06 2017 11:09:02 EDT from rss

Subject: A checklist for building your enterprise logging layer

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In any discussion about big-picture topics such as cloud migration services, data centers, and microservices, the topic of enterprise logging can get relegated to an afterthought. But you do so at your peril, because without logging, you won't have critical visibility into your services in order to diagnose and debug efficiently. What's more, if you're a large enterprise, you may be violating compliance requirements.

[#] Wed Sep 06 2017 12:42:34 EDT from rss

Subject: Sun set: Oracle closes down last Sun product lines

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Officially, Oracle hasn't said a thing. Unofficially, if you count the cars in Oracle's Santa Clara office, you'll find hundreds of spots that were occupied last week now empty. As many as 2,500 Oracle, former Sun, employees have been laid off. Good bye, SPARC. Good bye, Solaris. Your day is done.

[#] Wed Sep 06 2017 14:29:19 EDT from rss

Subject: Mesa 17.2 Graphics Stack Released, Brings Many Improvements for Linux Gamers

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Collabora's Emil Velikov is pleased to announce the release and general availability of the Mesa 17.2 graphics stack for GNU/Linux operating systems, which is a major version adding lots of improvements.

[#] Wed Sep 06 2017 16:17:05 EDT from rss

Subject: Recording live presentations, Part 1: Choosing your equipment

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It's almost mandatory now for conference organizers to live stream and/or post speakers' recorded presentations on the internet. The good news is that, as we learned in June at EclipseCon France 2017, open source software and affordable technology make it easy to publish videos on YouTube or other video-sharing services without doing any post-editing or rendering—both of which can take a lot of time.

[#] Wed Sep 06 2017 18:03:50 EDT from rss

Subject: New Oracle Layoffs Probably Signal End of Line for Solaris

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It's beginning to look like it's the end of the line for Solaris, the Unix operating system that became part of Oracle's portfolio when the company acquired Sun Microsystems in 2010. The company is sending out another round of pink slips, mostly affecting hardware and Solaris workers. Although the exact number of employees getting the ax is unknown, most estimates put the figure at somewhere around 2,500. Workers in four states as well as India, are affected. The "pink slips" went out Friday by way of recorded telephone messages. Have a happy Labor Day.

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