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[#] Tue Oct 24 2017 19:21:23 EDT from rss

Subject: Please Welcome the Community Data License

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Fifteen years ago new open source licenses were popping up like mushrooms, complicating the spread of Open Source. It took a decade to sort things out. Can Open Data escape the same fate? (Yes!)

[#] Tue Oct 24 2017 20:39:40 EDT from rss

Subject: Smallest, cheapest Banana Pi yet ships for $23

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SinoVoip has launched an open source “Banana Pi M2 Magic” SBC with a quad -A7 Allwinner A33, WiFi and BT, a 40-pin RPi header, and a 51 x 51mm footprint. SinoVoip has introduced its smallest and lowest cost Banana Pi hacker board to date. The open-spec, 51 x 51mm Banana Pi M2 Magic — AKA […]

[#] Tue Oct 24 2017 21:56:58 EDT from rss

Subject: OPNFV Euphrates Debuts Providing Kubernetes Integration

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The fifth major release of the Linux Foundation's Open-Source Network Function Virtualization project address container networking needs.

[#] Tue Oct 24 2017 22:59:59 EDT from rss

Subject: 10 Best Icon Themes For Linux

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One of the coolest things you can do to your Linux desktop is tweaking it to suit you. One key part of the tweaking process is to change your icon theme and you probably are going to want to do this as some distros ship some displeasing icon themes. Fortunately, the Linux community provides a ton of themes that you can use to turn your Linux desktop around and looking good.

[#] Wed Oct 25 2017 00:18:15 EDT from rss

Subject: Learning Data Science

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In my last few articles, I've written about data science andmachine learning. In case my enthusiasm wasn't obvious from mywriting, let me say it plainly: it has been a long time since I lastencountered a technology that was so poised to revolutionize the worldin which we live.

[#] Wed Oct 25 2017 01:35:31 EDT from rss

Subject: CNCF Adds Notary, The Update Framework to Boost Container Security

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Cloud Native Computing Foundation accepts pair of open-source security efforts to its project roster, providing cryptographically verifiable software integrity.

[#] Wed Oct 25 2017 02:53:48 EDT from rss

Subject: Samsung adds more secure Artik models, and switches from Fedora to Ubuntu

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Samsung unveiled extra-secure versions of its Artik COMs, including a new Artik 055s model, and it’s switching its Artik 530 and 710 from Fedora to Ubuntu. At last week’s Samsung Developer Conference (SDC) 2017 in San Francisco, Samsung announced several updates to its Artik line of computer-on-modules. The Korean CE giant has always touted the […]

[#] Wed Oct 25 2017 04:10:55 EDT from rss

Subject: Kodi 17.5 Media Center Released with Support for FFmpeg 3.1.11, Retina Devices

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Two months after the 17.4 point release, the Kodi team announced today the release and immediate availability for download of the Kodi 17.5 maintenance update with a handful of bug fixes.

[#] Wed Oct 25 2017 05:12:55 EDT from rss

Subject: Linux-friendly SBCs deliver Kaby Lake or Skylake on an ATX platter

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Aaeon’s “IMBA-Q170A” and lower end “IMBA-H110A” ATX boards support 7th or 6th Gen S-Series CPUs with extensive PCIe, M.2, SATA, and USB 3.0 expansion. No pricing was listed for the IMBA-Q170A and IMBA-H110A boards, but they’re billed as “two of the most affordable offerings on the current single board market.” The very similarly equipped ATX […]

[#] Wed Oct 25 2017 06:30:12 EDT from rss

Subject: Flexibility, Choice, and Open Source Drive Oracle

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Oracle's contributions are focused in areas that help move container and Kubernetes workloads to production including the main project, security, testing, federation, conformance, and service catalog.

[#] Wed Oct 25 2017 07:46:27 EDT from rss

Subject: How To Reset sudo Password

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It comes a time when for some reason someone forgets the login password for their Ubuntu computer, hence they become unable to access the computer. That is not the end, there is always something that can be done.

[#] Wed Oct 25 2017 09:04:43 EDT from rss

Subject: How to modify scripts behavior on signals using bash traps

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When writing scripts that are meant to run for a considerable time, it's very important to increase their robustness by making them able to react to system signals, executing specific actions when some of them are received. We can accomplish this task by using the bash trap builtin.

[#] Wed Oct 25 2017 10:22:01 EDT from rss

Subject: Ubuntu 18.04 LTS Codename and Release Date are Out Now!

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This is a continually updated article to inform you about Ubuntu 18.04 release date, features and everything important associated with it.

[#] Wed Oct 25 2017 11:24:00 EDT from rss

Subject: 10 Wget Command Examples

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We’ll show you 10 practical examples of Wget Command. Wget is a free utility that can be used for retrieving files using HTTP, HTTPS, and FTP which are considered as the most widely-used Internet protocols.

[#] Wed Oct 25 2017 12:40:15 EDT from rss

Subject: Whos building Linux in 2017?

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Linux runs 90 percent of the public cloud workload, 82 percent of the world's smartphones, 62 percent of the embedded market, oh and a mere 99 percent of the supercomputer market. All that rests on the Linux kernel.

[#] Wed Oct 25 2017 13:57:31 EDT from rss

Subject: What's your DevOps problem?

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Dear DevOps,I can't seem to get my DevOps inspired ideas off the ground in my organization. What am I doing wrong? Chances are you're not doing anything wrong per se, you haven't found enough more

[#] Wed Oct 25 2017 15:14:47 EDT from rss

Subject: Find Devices Connected To Your Wifi In Linux

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Usually our connection to the Internet should be private and free of malicious users, however, obtaining the keys to access the network is very simple currently so that a user with some knowledge about networks could get it in a few minutes and use to navigate to Through our network, being able to consume a considerable bandwidth and making our network run slow.

[#] Wed Oct 25 2017 17:17:48 EDT from rss

Subject: Typeset your docs with LaTeX and TeXstudio on Fedora

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LaTeX is a document preparation system for high-quality typesetting. It’s often used for larger technical or scientific documents. However, you can use LaTeX for almost any form of publishing. Teachers can edit their exams and syllabi, and students can present... Continue Reading →

[#] Wed Oct 25 2017 18:34:07 EDT from rss

Subject: Google Partners with Cisco for Hybrid Cloud Powered by Kubernetes

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Years after Cisco gave up on its Inter-Cloud effort, it's trying again, this time with Google and the power of Kubernetes

[#] Wed Oct 25 2017 19:51:20 EDT from rss

Subject: Linux Laptops Get a Boost from Hacker Board Projects

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Recently, Linux desktop usage has grown from 2.14 percent to 3.23 percent according to NetMarketShare. Much of this increase appears to have come from Linux-based Chromebooks, which are likely undercounted due in part to their widespread use in schools.

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