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[#] Tue Oct 17 2017 07:06:36 EDT from rss

Subject: Renesas taps new 10-year SLTS kernel from the Civil Infrastructure Platform

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Renesas upgraded the Linux stack for its RZ/G SoCs to use CIP’s 10-year SLTS kernel. Meanwhile, the standard LTS kernel will expand from 2 to 6 years. The Linux Foundation launched the Civil Infrastructure Platform (CIP) project a year ago with the intention of developing base layer, open source industrial-grade software starting with a 10-year […]

[#] Tue Oct 17 2017 08:23:51 EDT from rss

Subject: The origin and evolution of FreeDOS

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I grew up in the 1970s and 1980s. My parents wanted to expose my brother and me to computers from an early age, so they bought an Apple II clone called the Franklin Ace 1000. I'm sure the first thing we used it for was playing games. But it didn't take long before we asked, "How does it work?" Our parents bought us a book about how to program in Applesoft BASIC, and we taught more

[#] Tue Oct 17 2017 09:42:09 EDT from rss

Subject: U.S. makes renewable energy software open source

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As a longtime proponent of open source solar photovoltaic development, I am happy that the U.S. National Renewable Energy Lab (NREL) has shared all the source code for System Advisor Model (SAM), its most powerful renewable energy economic analysis more

[#] Tue Oct 17 2017 11:01:27 EDT from rss

Subject: The Advantages of VPS Hosting

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A Virtual Private Server (VPS) is an isolated virtual machine on a physical server. It is sold as a service by an Internet hosting provider.

[#] Tue Oct 17 2017 12:02:30 EDT from rss

Subject: How to use an Arduino and Raspberry Pi to turn a fiber optic neural network into wall art

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Hollywood has made many big promises about artificial intelligence (AI): how it will destroy us, how it will save us, and how it will pass us butter. One of the less memorable promises is how cool it will more

[#] Tue Oct 17 2017 13:20:44 EDT from rss

Subject: Docker Opens Up To Support Kubernetes Container Orchestration

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At the DockerCon EU conference, container vendor makes big announcement, embracing the one-time rival Kubernetes container orchestrator.

[#] Tue Oct 17 2017 14:39:01 EDT from rss

Subject: 26 DNF Command Examples for Package Management (rpm) on Fedora Linux

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DNF or Dandified YUM is a fork of YUM package manager. It was introduced in fedora 18 & on fedora 22, it has now become default package manager for handling the RPM packages.

[#] Tue Oct 17 2017 15:59:23 EDT from rss

Subject: Image Processing on Linux

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ImageJ is a useful tool for analyzing images in scientific research—for example, you may use it for classifying tree types in a landscape from aerial photography.

[#] Tue Oct 17 2017 17:02:25 EDT from rss

Subject: Ubuntu, Debian, Fedora and elementary OS All Patched Against WPA2 KRACK Bug

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As you are aware, there's a major WPA2 (Wi-Fi Protected Access II) security vulnerability in the wild, affecting virtually any device or operating system that uses the security protocol, including all GNU/Linux distributions.

[#] Tue Oct 17 2017 18:19:38 EDT from rss

Subject: A 7-step plan for engaging your community's naysayers

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When you practice open communication and invite feedback, you get a lot valuable input that can improve your ideas, projects, and decisions. Yet one of the most common questions I hear is this: "That's all well and good, and I agree, it's best to open yourself up to that kind of feedback. But what about that one guy. . .?"You know the one they're talking about. It's Mr. Grumpy, who inevitably shows up and says things like, "Oh, that won't work here" or "We already tried something like that," yet never seems to offer any helpful or productive more

[#] Tue Oct 17 2017 19:36:54 EDT from rss

Subject: Docker to Bring Kubernetes to Its Flagship Enterprise Platform

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In a classic case of "if you can't lick 'em, join 'em," Docker is bringing Kubernetes to Docker Enterprise Edition, its container platform for enterprises. Perhaps the move, announced Tuesday at DockerCon 17 in Copenhagen, was inevitable, as just about every organization that uses containers has jumped on the Kubernetes bandwagon.

[#] Tue Oct 17 2017 20:56:11 EDT from rss

Subject: What's New in Docker 17.09?

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Much like the container microservices DevOps world itself, Docker iterates rapidly. In a session at the DockerCon EU conference in Copenhagen Vivek Saraswat, senior product manager at Docker detailed some of the new features in recently released versions of both Docker Community Edition (CE) and Docker Enterprise Edition (EE).

[#] Tue Oct 17 2017 22:01:17 EDT from rss

Subject: Chrome OS Gets Material Design for "Do Not Disturb," Android-Like Screenshots

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Chromium evangelist François Beaufort is sharing today information on a new Material Design refresh for Google's Chrome OS' "Do Not Disturb" mode, which landed in the latest Chrome Canary channel.

[#] Tue Oct 17 2017 23:19:32 EDT from rss

Subject: Worlds smallest i.MX6 tapped for customizable Linux SBC

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Gumstix has added NXP’s tiny, Linux-driven SCM-i.MX6 module to its Geppetto design library, and has launched a “Cobalt MC” SBC to showcase the tiny COM. Gumstix continues to add more computer-on-modules and single board computers to its Geppetto D2O design library, offering more options for developers to build custom board designs online for prototyping and quick manufacture of small runs.

[#] Wed Oct 18 2017 00:35:48 EDT from rss

Subject: How to Install SuiteCRM with Nginx on CentOS 7

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SuiteCRM is an open source CRM (Customer Relationship Management) software based on PHP. It is a fork of the popular CRM software SugarCRM, and has become more popular after the team behind the latter decided to stop the development of the free version. In this tutorial, we will show you how to install and configure SuiteCRM using Nginx as the Web server.

[#] Wed Oct 18 2017 01:52:02 EDT from rss

Subject: Linus Torvalds says targeted fuzzing is improving Linux security

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Announcing the fifth release candidate for the Linux kernel version 4.14, Linus Torvalds has revealed that fuzzing is producing a steady stream of security fixes.

[#] Wed Oct 18 2017 02:54:03 EDT from rss

Subject: KDE Plasma 5.11 Desktop Environment Gets First Point Release, Over 30 Bugs Fixed

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Just one week after the release of the major KDE Plasma 5.11 desktop environment, the KDE Project on Tuesday announced the immediate availability of the maintenance update to the series, KDE Plasma 5.11.1.

[#] Wed Oct 18 2017 04:13:03 EDT from rss

Subject: A Week-Long Festival for Internet Health

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MozFest is convening technologists, activists and artists this October to tackle the biggest problems facing the web. The Internet is sick. From ransomware and trolls to misinformation and mass surveillance, the very health of the Internet is at risk.

[#] Wed Oct 18 2017 05:30:18 EDT from rss

Subject: Rugged Apollo Lake computer fits into small places

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Portwell’s compact “WEBS-13D1” computer offers Apollo Lake options, 4K-ready DP and HDMI, 6x USB, -20 to 60°C support, and shock and vibration resistance. Portwell’s 200 x 150 x 80mm WEBS-13D1 is one of its smaller embedded computers, although it’s not quite as petite as the similarly Apollo Lake driven, 150 x 150 x 60mm WEBS-21D0.

[#] Wed Oct 18 2017 07:17:04 EDT from rss

Subject: Learn how to program in Python by building a simple dice game

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Python is an all-purpose programming language that can be used to create desktop applications, 3D graphics, video games, and even websites. It's a great first programming language because it can be easy to learn and it's simpler than complex languages like C, C++, or Java. Even so, Python is powerful and robust enough to create advanced applications, and it's used in just about every industry that uses computers. This makes Python a good language for young and old, with or without any programming more

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