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[#] 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.

[#] Wed Sep 06 2017 19:36:21 EDT from rss

Subject: Twitter Finally Rolls Out Night Mode Feature to Linux, Windows and Mac Users

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Twitter announced today that it managed to implement the Night Mode feature to the desktop version of its social networking service, available on all Linux and Windows PCs, as well as Macs.

[#] Wed Sep 06 2017 21:27:09 EDT from rss

Subject: Jetson TX2 kit features 6x HD cameras

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E-con has launched a Linux-driven camera system for the Jetson TX1 and TX2 dev kits with six 3.4MP, HD cameras that stream in in uncompressed YUV422. Embedded vendor E-con Systems has long been known for its Linux-driven embedded camera modules and boards such as its i.MX6 based e-CAM50IMX6. Now, the company has launched an ambitious, […]

[#] Wed Sep 06 2017 23:00:42 EDT from rss

Subject: PiCluster

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PiCluster is a simple, open source, web-based docker management application used to manage Docker containers across multiple hosts. Unlike Docker Swarm or Kubernetes, PiCluster is easy to setup and use.

[#] Thu Sep 07 2017 00:47:27 EDT from rss

Subject: Installing a VPN with Tinc in Ubuntu 16.04

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Tinc is an open-source VPN daemon that available for a wide range of platforms and has several advantages over similar VPN clients. A Virtual Private Network (VPN) is a secure private network that operates over a larger public network such as the internet. VPNs have become increasingly popular in recent years, largely because they offer increased security and privacy without the need for setting up expensive and complex new hardware.

[#] Thu Sep 07 2017 02:35:12 EDT from rss

Subject: Maneuvering around run levels on Linux

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Learn how run levels are configured and how you can change the run level interactively or modify what services are available.

[#] Thu Sep 07 2017 04:08:29 EDT from rss

Subject: Install Ring, a FOSS VOIP Skype alternative

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If you ask just about any Linux user, they'll agree that Skype is pretty terrible. There's not a whole lot to like there, especially since the Linux client is just a poorly maintained wrapper for the web app.

[#] Thu Sep 07 2017 05:56:14 EDT from rss

Subject: To Linux Mint KDE 18.2

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Linux Mint KDE is just one of several flavours of Linux Mint, and obviously not the flagship of this distribution.However, I liked that distribution in my test of the Live version of Linux Mint KDE 18.2. I liked it so much that I decided to give it a go in installed mode.How was that? Let’s check.

[#] Thu Sep 07 2017 07:47:03 EDT from rss

Subject: Must go faster, must go faster! Oracle punts Java SE into GitHub, promises rapid releases

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Plenty of life left in this dinosaurOracle plans to accelerate the pace of Java SE releases – and has moved Java EE's code repository to GitHub – in keeping with its avowed desire to step back from managing the beast.…

[#] Thu Sep 07 2017 09:18:33 EDT from rss

Subject: PulseAudio 11 Debuts with Support for Newer AirPlay Hardware, Bluetooth Goodies

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The open-source and cross-platform PulseAudio sound system has been updated recently to version 11, a major release adding numerous new features and improvements to the audio to make it sound better on your favorite GNU/Linux distribution.

[#] Thu Sep 07 2017 11:06:19 EDT from rss

Subject: Apache Struts Update Patches Critical Vulnerabilities

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Apache Struts is a widely used Java framework that is embedded into many enterprise applications, which means that any vulnerabilities provide a potentially very large attack surface. Today the open-source Struts project announced its 2.5.13 update fixing three vulnerabilities.

[#] Thu Sep 07 2017 12:54:05 EDT from rss

Subject: Review: 5 top Linux distros for enterprise servers

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Linux distros are plentiful, and choosing the right server product can be a daunting task. Are you looking for a supported product, or can you go with a free version? Need Cloud support or virtualization? We’ll try to provide some answers.

[#] Thu Sep 07 2017 14:28:39 EDT from rss

Subject: Essential Tools for Producing High Quality Podcasts on Linux

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Mac and Windows users have plenty of options for podcast production. For Linux users here are some awesome tools for producing high-quality podcasts on Linux.

[#] Thu Sep 07 2017 16:17:26 EDT from rss

Subject: GNU Linux-Libre 4.13 Kernel Launches Officially for Those Who Seek 100% Freedom

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Alexandre Oliva, the maintainer of the GNU Linux-libre project, an Open Source initiative to provide a 100% free version of the Linux kernel to those who seek 100% freedom, announced the release of GNU Linux-libre 4.13.

[#] Thu Sep 07 2017 18:05:14 EDT from rss

Subject: LTE/GPS tracker board offers Grove, Arduino, and Espruino compatibility

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Seeed launched an LTE version of its Wio Tracker board that runs Arduino on a faster STM32 MCU, and offers GPS, 6x Grove links, and Espruino compatibility. Earlier this year, Seeed Studios released a GPS-enabled, $24.95 Wio Tracker tracking board that was limited to 2G/GPRS communications. The new, $97.50 Wio Tracker LTE has the same […]

[#] Thu Sep 07 2017 19:38:44 EDT from rss

Subject: Ansible announces AWX open source project

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Today the Ansible community adds another feather to its cap with the introduction of AWX. AWX is a public free and open source software project that produces code to help manage IT infrastructure via Ansible. Innovation in the AWX code base is powered by the more

[#] Thu Sep 07 2017 21:26:30 EDT from rss

Subject: Review: Ubuntu LTS 16.04.02 has a long shelf life

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Ubuntu is one of the most popular versions of Linux, with a very substantial market base, especially in the cloud. It's hard to find things not to like about it.

[#] Thu Sep 07 2017 23:01:03 EDT from rss

Subject: Raspberry Pi based OBD-II dongle connects your car to the cloud

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Now on Kickstarter: an “AutoPi” dongle based on a 4G- and GPS-equipped Raspberry Pi Zero W that plugs into a car’s OBD-II port to enable DIY cloud services. A Danish startup called has gone to Kickstarter to launch a Raspberry Pi Zero W based AutoPi dongle that plugs into the same OBD-II port that […]

[#] Fri Sep 08 2017 00:49:50 EDT from rss

Subject: Beginners guide : /etc/shadow file in Linux

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Article to understand fields, formats of /etc/shadow file. Learn each fields in detail and how it can be modified.

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