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[#] 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.

[#] Wed Oct 25 2017 21:07:35 EDT from rss

Subject: Linux-based RFID portal designed for complex data fusion

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Datalogic’s “DLR-PR001” RFID portal reader runs Linux on an Atom Z510, and offers 4x RFID antennas plus GbE, USB, serial, GPIO, and optional GPRS. Italian RFID technology producer Datalogic has unveiled a high-end RFID portal reader designed for real-time inventory management in warehouse, automatic gate, and retail environments. The Linux-driven DLR-PR001 is essentially an IoT […]

[#] Wed Oct 25 2017 22:42:08 EDT from rss

Subject: KDE Plasma 5.8.8 LTS Desktop Environment Released with Various Improvements

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The KDE Project is announcing today the release and immediate availability for download of the eighth maintenance update to the long-term supported KDE Plasma 5.8 desktop environment.

[#] Thu Oct 26 2017 00:01:32 EDT from rss

Subject: How to Install Mycroft AI Assistant On Raspberry Pi

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Mycroft is an open-source alternative to Alexa and Google Home. Learn how to install your own Mycroft AI assistant on a Raspberry Pi 3.

[#] Thu Oct 26 2017 01:33:56 EDT from rss

Subject: Cisco and Google partner on new hybrid-cloud approach: Goodzilla

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Look out Amazon Web Services, by using Kubernetes and Istio, Google will enable Cisco customers to easily move and run their applications both on their own data centers and Google Cloud Platform.

[#] Thu Oct 26 2017 03:06:14 EDT from rss

Subject: 7 open source alternatives to Dreamweaver

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Editor's note: This article was originally published in March 2016, and has been updated to reflect changes in several of the originally recommended tools.Not all that many years ago, pretty much every webpage on the Internet was, at some level, designed painstakingly by hand. It was tough, and before CSS really took hold and became well supported across most common browsers, it often involved hacking a layout together by using HTML tables in a way they were never really envisioned to more

[#] Thu Oct 26 2017 04:23:29 EDT from rss

Subject: Increase your network security: Deploy a honeypot

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Deploying a honeypot system on your internal network is a proactive measure that enables you to immediately detect an intruder before any data is damaged or stolen.

[#] Thu Oct 26 2017 07:12:15 EDT from rss

Subject: How much do you comment your source code?

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While it may be true that the best code is self-documenting, even the clearest written source code requires adequate documentation in order to be quickly parsed and understood by human more

[#] Thu Oct 26 2017 09:18:22 EDT from rss

Subject: Live Stream Your Pets with Linux and YouTube!

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Anyone who reads Linux Journal knows about my fascination withbirdwatching. I've created my own weatherproof video cameras witha Raspberry Pi. I've posted instructions on how to create your ownautomatically updating camera image page with JavaScript. Heck, I evenlearned CSS so I could make a mobile-friendly version of BirdCam thatfilled the screen in landscape mode.

[#] Thu Oct 26 2017 12:43:40 EDT from rss

Subject: Latest Linux laptops: from open SBC spin-offs to Coffee Lake conquerors

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The Linux laptop scene is perking up with ARM-based open hardware projects on the low end to high-end models rocking the latest Intel 8th Gen CPUs. 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 […]

[#] Thu Oct 26 2017 14:00:57 EDT from rss

Subject: Ubuntu

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Ubuntu’s founder Mark Shuttleworth has confirmed that plan for an IPO for Canonical is in progress.

[#] Thu Oct 26 2017 15:33:30 EDT from rss

Subject: Calculating IPv6 Subnets in Linux

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We're going to look at some IPv6 calculators, sipcalc and subnetcalc, and some tricks for subnetting without breaking our brains. Let's start with reviewing IPv6 address types. There are three types: unicast, multicast, and anycast.

[#] Thu Oct 26 2017 16:52:45 EDT from rss

Subject: But I don't know what a container is

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I've been speaking about security in DevOps—also known as "DevSecOps"*—at a few conferences and seminars recently, and I've started to preface the discussion with a quick question: "Who here understands what a container is?" Usually I don't see many hands going up,**  so I've started briefly explaining what containers*** are before going much more

[#] Thu Oct 26 2017 18:24:16 EDT from rss

Subject: Introduction To VPN And Here Is How to Use It In Linux

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A VPN, or Virtual Private Network, is a security concept designed to allow remote users to connect to a particular local network to the internet via a secure tunnel. In simpler terms, a VPN is an encrypted connection between two (or more) remote computers.

[#] Thu Oct 26 2017 19:41:32 EDT from rss

Subject: SODIMM-style COM and dev board run Android 7.1.1 on a Snapdragon 820

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VIA’s “SOM-9X20” module runs Android 7.1.1 on a quad-core Snapdragon 820, with 4GB LPDDR4, 64GB eMMC, WiFi, BT, GPS, and an optional dev board. VIA Technologies has launched its VIA SOM-9X20 computer-on-module with an Android 7.1.1 BSP running on a Qualcomm Snapdragon 820. The SODIMM form factor, 82 x 45mm module, which is accompanied by […]

[#] Thu Oct 26 2017 21:16:04 EDT from rss

Subject: Ubuntu 18.04 LTS "Bionic Beaver" Might Launch with Linux Kernel 4.15, GNOME 3.28

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Earlier this week, Canonical's Mark Shuttleworth named the next major release of the Ubuntu Linux operating system as "Bionic Beaver," and now the Ubuntu Kernel team shares some insights of what will be the default Linux kernel of Ubuntu 18.04 LTS.

[#] Thu Oct 26 2017 22:33:22 EDT from rss

Subject: Best Linux Distros For Gaming (Part 2)

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Who doesn’t love games? We all play games no matter what our age is but there is a thing. We all search for the best gaming distro for our PC’s. Gone are the days when the games on linux were hard to get and gaming distro were hard to spot. Today I am going to mention some of the best gaming distro for Linux. Also check out the part 1 of this article we covered here. Without wasting more time let’s get started on the list.

[#] Fri Oct 27 2017 00:06:52 EDT from rss

Subject: Why is Kubernetes so popular?

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Kubernetes, an open source container management system, has surged in popularity in the past several years. Used by the largest enterprises in a wide range of industries for mission-critical tasks, it has become one of the biggest success stories in open source. How did that happen? And what is it about Kubernetes that explains its widespread adoption?read more

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