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[#] Sun Oct 01 2017 21:04:25 EDT from rss

Subject: Tails 3.2: Privacy, Security, and Anonymity on the Internet Just Got Easier

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The operating system Ed Snowden used to communicate with journalists when he revealed the size and scope of NSA surveillance in 2013 received a major update...

[#] Mon Oct 02 2017 00:57:13 EDT from rss

Subject: Apple open-sourced the kernel of iOS and macOS for ARM processors

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Apple has always shared the kernel of macOS after each major release. This kernel also runs on iOS devices as both macOS and iOS are built on the same foundation. This year, Apple also shared the most recent version of the kernel on GitHub. And you can also find ARM versions of the kernel for the first time.

[#] Mon Oct 02 2017 07:27:24 EDT from rss

Subject: Open educational resources movement gains speed

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The rising cost of college education threatens many potential students' ability to access higher education, but a growing group of professionals is trying to help defray costs by applying lessons from open source development to course material development. These open educational resource (OER) supporters are actively advocating for open pedagogy and creating openly licensed, high-quality more

[#] Mon Oct 02 2017 08:44:38 EDT from "rss" <AQ>

Subject: Little Backup Box Update and FAQ

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I’ve been traveling quite a bit lately. And to fight the battery anxiety syndrome, I’ve bought an Anker PowerCore 20100 mAh power bank. This relatively compact and light pack features two USB charging ports capable of delivering up to 2.4 mAh.

[#] Mon Oct 02 2017 10:16:07 EDT from rss

Subject: Has Linux

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Something weird just happened. Linux – the sprightly insurgent of operating systems – just saw its market share double. According to NetMarketShare, its share of the desktop jumped from around 2.5 percent in July, to nearly 5 percent in September.

[#] Mon Oct 02 2017 11:33:27 EDT from rss

Subject: Ansible 2.4 available now in Fedora

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Recently, the Ansible Community recently released version 2.4 of their open source automation engine. Ansible 2.4 is available for installation in both Fedora 25, and Fedora 26 — and is also available for pre-release versions of Fedora 27. Ansible is... Continue Reading →

[#] Mon Oct 02 2017 13:05:55 EDT from rss

Subject: Linux Gunzip Command Explained with Examples

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We have already discussed the gzip command in Linux. For starters, the tool is used to compress or expand files. To uncompress, the command offers a command line option -d. However, there's an entirely different tool that you can use for uncompressing or expanding archives created by gzip. The tool in question is gunzip. In this article, we will discuss the gunzip command using some easy to understand examples.

[#] Mon Oct 02 2017 14:37:25 EDT from rss

Subject: How To Install Android 8 Oreo In Oneplus 2

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Android 8 or also known as “Oreo” or Android O was released on 21st August. There are several tweaks in the new release that you would love to enjoy in your Oneplus 2. Below is the video that shows what’s new in Android O.

[#] Mon Oct 02 2017 15:53:40 EDT from rss

Subject: Using the Alpine Linux email client to access messages from any network

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Sometimes when I'm traveling, I have trouble sending email from my devices that typically connect to my ISP at home via hardwire or WiFi. This is because some ISPs do not like outbound email to leave their network unless it is routed through their own email servers. But you need to have an account with the ISP in order to send outbound email through their more

[#] Mon Oct 02 2017 17:27:12 EDT from rss

Subject: Serious Linux kernel security bug fixed

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Linux server administrators will want to patch their systems as soon as possible.

[#] Mon Oct 02 2017 18:44:27 EDT from rss

Subject: Yahoo Search Code Released as Open Source

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This is an unexpected boon for developers. Unexpected because although Yahoo has a history of releasing some of its code as open source, most famously the big data project Hadoop, it wasn't known if the practice would continue under Verizon's ownership. A boon, because Vespa is loaded with potential that reaches far beyond search.

[#] Mon Oct 02 2017 20:18:01 EDT from rss

Subject: Timeshift A System Restore Utility Tool Review

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TimeShift is a system restore tool for Linux. It provides functionality that is quite similar to the System Restore feature in Windows or the Time Machine tool in MacOS. TimeShift protects your system by making incremental snapshots of the file system manually or at regular automated intervals.

[#] Mon Oct 02 2017 21:35:15 EDT from rss

Subject: Long Term Support Linux gets a longer lease on life

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LTS Linux will now have a six-year life, rather than a two-year life, which is just what Android developers want and what Android users need.

[#] Mon Oct 02 2017 23:08:48 EDT from rss

Subject: SAP Backs Kubernetes, Boasts Commitment to Open Source

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CNCF, the Linux Foundation project behind Kubernetes and other container-related open source applications, has been busy signing up platinum members lately. In the last few months they've taken on a spate of new top-tier members, including the likes of Microsoft, Oracle, Amazon Web Services, and now SAP.

[#] Tue Oct 03 2017 00:26:04 EDT from rss

Subject: Java EE 8 takes final bow under Oracle's wing: Here's what's new

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Long-delayed update adds support for modern web techOpenWorld Java EE 8 arrived last month rather later than expected – but it landed in time for Oracle OpenWorld and JavaOne, which are taking place this week in San Francisco, California.

[#] Tue Oct 03 2017 02:05:59 EDT from rss

Subject: Linux-friendly embedded computer offers up to 4x isolated serial ports

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Axiomtek’s rugged “ICO300-83B” is a fanless DIN-rail PC with a Celeron N3350 SoC, 2x mini-PCIe, 4x USB 3.0, and up to 4x isolated RS-232/422/485 ports. Axiomtek’s Intel Apollo Lake based ICO300-83B computer can be considered a more advanced version of its entry-level, Bay Trail Atom based ICO-300-MI, but it has more in common with the more advanced, Braswell based ICO310 design.

[#] Tue Oct 03 2017 03:23:59 EDT from rss

Subject: Secure Your Container Data With Ephemeral Docker Volumes

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What with all the furor around containers and orchestrators, it can be easy to lose sight of some of their highly useful features. The portability and extensible nature of containers is a modern convenience to be cherished, but from my professional perspective it's sometimes all too easy to get carried away and pay less attention to security.

[#] Tue Oct 03 2017 04:56:30 EDT from rss

Subject: Why auditing your documentation is a must

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If you ask a group of people about the qualities of good documentation, you'll probably get many different answers, but accuracy and ease of reading should be high on everyone's list. Chances are your docs are 100% accurate and super-easy to read the day you publish them, but they inevitably get less so as the product they describe evolves.That's right, even the docs get old. If that's happening with your content, it's time to do a documentation audit.What is a documentation audit?Auditing your docs typically involves:read more

[#] Tue Oct 03 2017 06:13:47 EDT from rss

Subject: Internet-wide security update put on hold over fears 60 million people would be kicked offline

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A multi-year effort to update the internet's overall security has been put on hold just days before it was due to be introduced, over fears that as many as 60 million people could be forced offline.

[#] Tue Oct 03 2017 07:46:18 EDT from rss

Subject: Shifty dates in Microsoft Excel

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Microsoft has used two different starting points on the calendar for calculating dates in different versions of their Excel spreadsheet program. Really. One version used 1 January 1900 for serial day numbering, the other used 1 January 1904.Of course, up to date versions of Microsoft Excel can handle this difference in older files easily, just like up to date versions of Microsoft Windows are completely problem-free and totally, absolutely secure.

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