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[#] Thu Sep 28 2017 14:52:18 EDT from rss

Subject: How to Install Zikula on Ubuntu 16.04

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In this tutorial we are going to provide you with step by step instructions on how to install Zikula on an Ubuntu 16.04 VPS.

[#] Thu Sep 28 2017 15:54:20 EDT from rss

Subject: A 3-step process for making more transparent decisions

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One of the most powerful ways to make your work as a leader more transparent is to take an existing process, open it up for feedback from your team, and then change the process to account for this feedback. The following exercise makes transparency more tangible, and it helps develop the "muscle memory" needed for continually evaluating and adjusting your work with transparency in more

[#] Thu Sep 28 2017 16:40:05 EDT from rss

Subject: 3D selfies? What could possibly go wrong?

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AI boffins find box marked 'Pandora', whack it with the AI-hammerWith the Internet already groaning under the weight of d!ck pics and facial scanning increasingly used instead of passwords, do we really want AI to turn flat images into accurate 3D renderings of their content?…

[#] Thu Sep 28 2017 17:44:08 EDT from rss

Subject: Open source gamepad config tool 'SC Controller' has a pre-release to support more gamepads

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SC Controller is the rather fantastic open source configuration tool for the Steam Controller, only now it's expanding to cover more gamepads.

[#] Thu Sep 28 2017 18:46:09 EDT from rss

Subject: pip

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pip is one of the recommended tool for installing Python packages in Linux.

[#] Thu Sep 28 2017 19:31:54 EDT from rss

Subject: Pay Attention! Ubuntu is Officially Dropping 32-bit Desktop Images

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Ubuntu is dropping 32-bit desktop images from the upcoming Ubuntu 17.10 release. This paves the road for killing 32-bit support entirely from future Ubuntu releases.

[#] Thu Sep 28 2017 20:33:56 EDT from rss

Subject: 3 Python web scrapers and crawlers

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In a perfect world, all of the data you need would be cleanly presented in an open and well-documented format that you could easily download and use for whatever purpose you need.In the real world, data is messy, rarely packaged how you need it, and often out-of-date. ?read more

[#] Thu Sep 28 2017 21:35:56 EDT from rss

Subject: Novelty and Outlier Detection

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In my last few articles, I've looked at a number of waysmachine learning can help make predictions. The basic idea isthat you create a model using existing data and then ask that model topredict an outcome based on new data.

[#] Thu Sep 28 2017 22:23:44 EDT from rss

Subject: Open Source File Share Nextcloud to Add End-to-End Encryption

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It's also in rapid development. Since the fork that gave it birth, Nextcloud has evolved beyond being merely a Dropbox drop in. "In a way, it's like the first true Office 365 killer," is how Karlitschek put it.

[#] Thu Sep 28 2017 23:27:50 EDT from rss

Subject: SUSE Studio merges with Open Build Service

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SUSE makes creating customized operating system images easier than ever with SUSE Studio Express. When SUSE first introduced SUSE Studio in 2010, it was a radical change. You could build your own Linux distribution without being a Linux expert. Today, we use custom Linux images inside containers, virtual machines (VM), and every cloud worth its name every day.

[#] Fri Sep 29 2017 00:15:33 EDT from rss

Subject: Screenshots, Send Tabs and more! Today's faster Firefox provides upgraded features for all users

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When our intrepid user research team goes into the field and observes Firefox users in the wild, they find that users have all sorts of creative solutions to do things...

[#] Fri Sep 29 2017 01:16:32 EDT from rss

Subject: Microsoft Joins Open Source Initiative Without Affecting Weather in Hell

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Back before Steve Ballmer permanently left the building, the only thing Microsoft hated more than Linux was open source. They said it was a cancer that was going to destroy the world, or at least job prospects for coders living in and around the greater Redmond area, unless they wanted to switch careers and become baristas at Starbucks.

[#] Fri Sep 29 2017 02:17:33 EDT from rss

Subject: Krita 3.3 Open-Source Digital Painting App Released with Better HiDPI Support

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Krita, the cross-platform, open-source and free digital painting tool used by hundreds of thousands of artists worldwide, has been updated today to version 3.3, a point release that adds better HiDPI support and many other improvements.

[#] Fri Sep 29 2017 03:19:16 EDT from rss

Subject: When Microsoft met SUSE: This Windows-Linux partnership gets stronger every day

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SUSE and Microsoft have the longest running partnership between Linux and Windows. Since those early days, SUSE continued to work with Microsoft to run Linux on Windows Server with Microsoft's Hyper-V virtual machine (VM). That work would lead directly to Azure's ability to run Linux distributions. Currently, Linux VMs make up more than a third of the images running on Azure.

[#] Fri Sep 29 2017 04:05:03 EDT from rss

Subject: Ubuntu 16.04 LTS Now Primary Linux OS of Samsung ARTIK 5 and 7 Smart IoT Modules

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Canonical recently partnered with Samsung to bring its Ubuntu Linux operating system to the Samsung ARTIK 5 and 7 family of smart IoT (Internet of Things) modules used in a wide-range of appliances.

[#] Fri Sep 29 2017 05:07:01 EDT from rss @

Subject: Network Functions Virtualization: All Roads Lead to OPNFV

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We continue our series with a look at chapters 4 and 5, which provide a comprehensive description of the various open source NFV projects integrated by OPNFV and the carrier grade features contributed back to these upstream projects by the community.

[#] Fri Sep 29 2017 06:09:02 EDT from rss

Subject: How To Create A VPN Killswitch Using Iptables on Linux

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If you're connected to a VPN, you need a killswitch. No, it's not as metal as it sounds. It's just a mechanism that stops your Internet connection when you're disconnected from the VPN. It protects you from inadvertently leaking sensitive information onto the Internet when the VPN connection drops.

[#] Fri Sep 29 2017 07:10:02 EDT from rss

Subject: Add-on brings the Raspberry Pi into the sub-1GHz world

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Amber Wireless unveiled a 868MHz “Amber Pi” wireless RF add-on board for the Raspberry Pi with multiple sensors and a breadboard for prototyping your own. Germany-based Amber Wireless has jumped into the Raspberry Pi add-on market with an “Amber Pi” sub-1GHz RF radio. Designed for the Raspberry Pi 3, the board provides an RF dongle […]

[#] Fri Sep 29 2017 07:55:48 EDT from rss

Subject: Oracle Shows Off MySQL 8 Release Candidate

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After over a year of development, open-source database is now on the path toward general availability.

[#] Fri Sep 29 2017 09:12:03 EDT from rss

Subject: Creating system loads

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System administrators sometimes need to create simulated system loads in order to test how applications will behave under load. This article outlines how to create system loads with standard Linux tools.

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