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[#] Wed Oct 11 2017 18:54:59 EDT from rss

Subject: Using Containers? Look for the OCI Seal of Approval

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Until July, when the Open Container Initiative released version 1.0 of its specification, there were no standards when it came to containers. Products from one vendor didn't necessarily work with the offerings from another. Obviously, this was a problem for DevOps working in diverse environments.

[#] Wed Oct 11 2017 20:13:17 EDT from rss

Subject: LinuxAndUbuntu Review Of Pantheon Desktop Environment

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Pantheon is the default desktop environment originally created for the elementary OS distribution. It has won a lot of plaudits for its simplicity and clean aesthetics. It has some similarities with GNOME Shell and MacOS in particular. Pantheon is written from scratch using Vala and the GTK3 toolkit.

[#] Wed Oct 11 2017 21:32:35 EDT from rss

Subject: SUSE Unveils Near-Zero Downtime for SAP Apps

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Zero downtime is, of course, a mythical holy grail. According to IDC senior marketanalyst Prabhitha Sheethal Dcruz:

[#] Wed Oct 11 2017 22:48:50 EDT from rss

Subject: Networking appliance runs Linux on new quad- and octa-core Intel Denverton CPUs

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Axiomtek’s “NA362” net appliance features Intel’s Atom C3538 and C3758 chips, and offers 6x GbE, 4x 10GbE SFP+, mini-PCIe, SATA, and up to 128GB DDR4 RAM. Axiomtek’s NA362 network appliance, which sits on the high end of our embedded coverage, gives you a choice of two new members of Intel’s Atom C3000 “Denverton” family: the quad-core C3538 and octa-core C3758.

[#] Thu Oct 12 2017 00:20:23 EDT from rss

Subject: Make

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Humans make mistakes so, take additional care while using rm command.

[#] Thu Oct 12 2017 01:37:35 EDT from rss

Subject: How to Setup LibreNMS Monitoring Tool with Nginx on CentOS 7

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LibreNMS is an open source monitoring tool based on PHP/MYSQL/SNMP. It's a fully featured network monitoring system that provides support for wide range of network hardware and operating systems including, FreeBSD, Cisco, Linux, HP, and more. In this tutorial, we will show you how to install and configure LibreNMS using Nginx as the web server and MariaDB as the database.

[#] Thu Oct 12 2017 02:53:51 EDT from rss

Subject: Discovering Linux opened a window to the open source world

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In the fall of 2011, I was a 19-year-old newlywed who was beginning to discover the depth and breadth of the wide and sometimes wild world of technology. Growing up in the '90s with the Nintendo64, Gameboy variants, and PlayStation, I was always drawn to technology. I remember watching my father replacing a damaged CPU on our family’s Gateway desktop and being fascinated by all the “little cities” on the motherboard.

[#] Thu Oct 12 2017 04:11:53 EDT from rss

Subject: Sneak Peak: ODPi Webinar on Data Governance - The Why and the How

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We all use metadata everyday. You may have found this blog post through a search, leveraging metadata tags / keywords. Metadata allows data practitioners to use data outside the application that created it, find the right data sets, and automate governance processes. Metadata today has proven value, yet many data platforms do not have metadata support.

[#] Thu Oct 12 2017 05:29:09 EDT from rss

Subject: Perl turns 30 and its community continues to thrive

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Larry Wall released Perl 1.0 to the comp.sources.misc Usenet newsgroup on December 18, 1987. In the nearly 30 years since then, both the language and the community of enthusiasts that sprung up around it have grown and thrived—and they continue to do so, despite suggestions to the contrary!

[#] Thu Oct 12 2017 07:01:40 EDT from rss

Subject: How to set up a Postgres database on a Raspberry Pi

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Databases are a great way to add data persistence to your project or application. You can write data in one session and it'll be there the next time you want to look. A well-designed database can be efficient at looking up data in large datasets, and you won't have to worry about how it looks, just what you want it to find. It's fairly simple to set up a database for basic CRUD (create, record, update, delete) applications, which is a common pattern, and it is useful in many projects.

[#] Thu Oct 12 2017 08:19:57 EDT from rss

Subject: rTorrent A CLI Based Torrent Client For Linux

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Unlike familiar graphical torrent clients such as Deluge and uTorrent, rTorrent is a completely text-based torrent application, designed to be used in a terminal or terminal multiplexer such as tmux.

[#] Thu Oct 12 2017 09:36:11 EDT from rss

Subject: How to Install Odoo 11 on Ubuntu 16.04 with Apache as a reverse proxy

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Odoo is one of the most popular and most powerful Open Source ERP business software based on the Python programming language. For this version, much of the focus is given on the intuitiveness, usefulness and better accessibility to the end-users & development team. With Version 11, we can see new website dashboard incorporated with various keyboard shortcuts which makes navigating through Odoo quicker and easier than ever. In addition to this, there is a new global search option in the homepage itself.

[#] Thu Oct 12 2017 10:54:31 EDT from rss

Subject: Puppet and Google Partner on Cloud On-Ramp

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This looks pretty much like a win-win deal, although it appears as if Google has so far done most of the heavy lifting. That will change. Puppet will be doing its share of work when it comes time to support enterprise customers seeking to leverage the partnership to move older apps to Google's cloud.

[#] Thu Oct 12 2017 12:11:44 EDT from rss

Subject: How to Enable Fractional Scaling in Gnome

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HiDPI screens have been a sore spot for Linux users for a long time. GNOME 3.26 introduced fractional scaling to help improve the Linux desktop experience.

[#] Thu Oct 12 2017 13:30:02 EDT from rss

Subject: Open source sets sights on killing WhatsApp and Slack

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See this IMAP, Zuck? It's pointing right at youExclusive The company that writes the open-source software for three-quarters of the world's Internet Message Access Protocol (IMAP) email servers has a plan that could kill off proprietary chat services like Facebook's WhatsApp. And that means you, too, Slack.…

[#] Thu Oct 12 2017 15:02:33 EDT from rss

Subject: Here

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A desktop environment is a suite of tools which make it easier for you to use your computer. Linux users have a choice of many different desktop environments, all with their own styles and strengths. Here, we’ve created a list of the 10 best linux desktop environments.

[#] Thu Oct 12 2017 16:20:50 EDT from rss

Subject: 5 benefits of contributing to open source projects

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Open source was once seen as a risky bet for the enterprise. If open source software was used at all it was by small companies, or by larger firms in stealthy pockets by IT and development professionals who saw the value of the model but couldn't "sell" it more

[#] Thu Oct 12 2017 17:41:08 EDT from rss

Subject: Ubuntu 17.10 New Features, Release Date and Upgrade Procedure

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This is a continually updated article to tell you about Ubuntu 17.10 release schedule, Ubuntu 17.10 features and other news associated with it.

[#] Thu Oct 12 2017 18:59:28 EDT from rss

Subject: Getting Started with Flatpak

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Fedora is a distribution that does not shy away from emerging technology (after all, one of its founding principles is First). So it comes as no surprise that Fedora is on the leading edge of a revolutionary new software package... Continue Reading →

[#] Thu Oct 12 2017 20:19:45 EDT from rss

Subject: Rugged i.MX6 touch-panel has optional Nimbelink and supercap backup

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Technologic’s open-source. 7-inch “TS-TPC-7990” panel PC runs Linux on an i.MX6, and offers optional WiFi, BT, Nimbelink, supercap, and cabinet. The TS-TPC-7990 touch panel is designed for HMI applications like industrial automation, medical, automotive, self-service kiosks, and retail point-of-sale terminals.

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