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[#] Fri Oct 27 2017 01:26:11 EDT from rss

Subject: Is Raleigh the East Coast's Silicon Valley?

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Talk very long to first time visitors at Raleigh's All Thing Open conference and sooner or later you're bound to hear the city compared to Silicon Valley. New attendees are often wowed by their first impression of the scope of the local tech industry, sometimes from merely walking through the rows of vendor booths where there seems to be no shortage of local development houses doing well enough to afford vendor space in order to hawk products and do some networking.

[#] Fri Oct 27 2017 02:59:43 EDT from rss

Subject: Why Docker Swarm Remains, Even as Kubernetes Adoption Grows

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The support of Kubernetes however is not coming at the expense of Docker's own Swarm container Solomon Hykes DockerCon EU 17orchestration platform, which will continue to be supported

[#] Fri Oct 27 2017 04:16:46 EDT from rss

Subject: Linux Mint to No Longer Offer a KDE Edition After Release of Linux Mint 18.3

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Linux Mint founder Clement Lefebvre announced that the upcoming Linux Mint 18.3 "Sylvia" operating system is the last release to ship with a KDE edition.

[#] Fri Oct 27 2017 05:48:15 EDT from rss

Subject: DIN-rail IoT gateway builds on Raspberry Pi CM3

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Dek Italia’s hackable, $249 “Telegea Smart Hub” IoT gateway is built around the Raspberry Pi Compute Module 3, and offers sensor, serial, I2C, and XBee I/O. Dek Italia’s Telegea Smart Hub is built around a Raspberry Pi Compute Module 3 (CM3), and is available as an SBC or as a 155 x 86 x 60mm […]

[#] Fri Oct 27 2017 07:04:30 EDT from rss

Subject: Mauritian code-cutters to help midwife TLS 1.3

[Reply] [ReplyQuoted] [Headers] [Print] members prepping for IETF 100 hackathonWhen IETF 100's hackathon kicks off in Singapore, one of the groups hoping to make waves will come from Mauritius.…

[#] Fri Oct 27 2017 08:36:01 EDT from rss

Subject: GNOME Shell Overview improvements in Fedora 27 Workstation

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The Overview search is one of the core ways of interacting with Fedora Workstation. If you have ever clicked “Activities” (or pressed the meta key) and searched for an application, you have used the Overview search. The Overview search in... Continue Reading →

[#] Fri Oct 27 2017 10:09:40 EDT from rss

Subject: How to Play Audio With VLC In Python

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There are plenty of ways to play audio files with Python. It really depends on your application, but the easiest way, by far, is to use the bindings for VLC to control VLC with Python, and play your files. With VLC, you don't need to worry about codecs and file support. It also doesn't require too many complicated methods, and/or objects. So, for simple audio playback, VLC is best.

[#] Fri Oct 27 2017 11:28:51 EDT from rss

Subject: What

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Ubuntu MATE 17.10 the official flavor of Ubuntu 17.10 with MATE desktop has been released and announced by the Ubuntu MATE Developer. This release ships with the latest MATE Desktop 1.18 as default desktop environment include the MATE apps 1.18 and powered the latest Linux kernel 4.13 series.

[#] Fri Oct 27 2017 13:01:22 EDT from rss

Subject: Minilens

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Minilens is a fun open source puzzle-platform game set on post-apocalyptic Earth. The star of the show is Minilens, a robot that lacks the ability to jump. His task is to cleanse Earth of radioactive barrels, and at the same time collect the only life left on the planet — flowers.

[#] Fri Oct 27 2017 14:18:38 EDT from rss

Subject: How to Quickly Type Special Characters in Linux

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Typing a special character can be a troublesome task in most operating systems. Here are a few tricks to quickly type special characters in Linux.

[#] Fri Oct 27 2017 15:50:07 EDT from rss

Subject: Ubuntu 18.04 Codename Announced | Bionic Beaver

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After Aardvark, one of the most favorite releases of Ubuntu, the new version Ubuntu 18.04 has started taking shape under its new name "Bionic Beaver". Mark Shuttleworth announced the codename on 24th October on his blog. Let's see what it means and how it defines the new LTS.

[#] Fri Oct 27 2017 17:08:27 EDT from rss

Subject: How to Fix the 403 Forbidden Error in WordPress

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The 403 Forbidden error is an HTTP status code which appears when we don’t have permissions to access a specific page or a resource on our website, most probably because of some improper configuration of our web server. In most cases, it may take more time to actually identify and find what exactly is causing this 403 forbidden error on WordPress, than fixing the error itself.

[#] Fri Oct 27 2017 18:43:59 EDT from rss

Subject: How to Install and Configure Master-Slave Replication with PostgreSQL 9.6 on CentOS 7

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PostgreSQL or Postgres is an open source object-relational database management system (ORDBMS) with more than 15 years of active development. It's a powerful database server that can handle high workloads. PostgreSQL can be used on Linux, Unix, BSD, and Windows servers.

[#] Fri Oct 27 2017 20:32:46 EDT from rss

Subject: Void Linux: A Salute to Old-School Linux

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I’ve been using Linux for a very long time. Most days I’m incredibly pleased with where Linux is now, but every so often I wish to step into a time machine and remind myself where the open source platform came from. Of late, I’ve experimented with a few such distributions, but none have come as close as to what Linux once was than Void Linux.

[#] Fri Oct 27 2017 22:19:32 EDT from rss

Subject: My first open source experience: 4 takeaways

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A month ago, the term open source meant little to me. Then I enrolled in a class called "Foundations of an Open Source World," and now open source principles are integral to my way of thinking, and the community constantly amazes me.As a complete open source rookie, I often wished for an instruction manual to help ease my transition into the community. Following are four takeaways from my journey, in hopes that they will help other more

[#] Sat Oct 28 2017 00:25:35 EDT from rss

Subject: Canonical to Focus Mostly on Stability and Reliability for Ubuntu 18.04 LTS

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Development of Ubuntu 18.04 LTS (Bionic Beaver) is kicking off slowly this week, with Canonical preparing to sync new packages from the Debian Testing (Buster) repositories.

[#] Sat Oct 28 2017 02:16:46 EDT from rss

Subject: Raspberry Pi CM3 fuels touch panel and network media player

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Distec’s 10.1-inch “POS-Line IoT” touch-panel PC is built on its RPi CM3 based “Artista-Iot” board, which also drives a VideoPoster IV media player. In February, Germany based Distec announced its Artista-IoT touchscreen controller board based on the Raspberry Pi Compute Module 3, and has now announced a POS-Line IoT touch-panel computer built on the sandwich-style […]

[#] Sat Oct 28 2017 05:51:36 EDT from rss

Subject: Scary Linux commands for Halloween

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What Linux commands bring up visions of monsters and ghosts? Let's look and see!

[#] Sat Oct 28 2017 06:07:46 EDT from rss

Subject: Linux Kernel Development Accelerates in 2017

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Linux continues to advance year-after-year with new kernel releases debuting at a steady rate, adding new lines of code and functionality.

[#] Sat Oct 28 2017 11:48:27 EDT from rss

Subject: How To Burn ISO Image To DVD And USB Using dd

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As a Linux enthusiast and a distro hopper, I am always checking out new distros or newly released of distros I already know about. There are a few handy tools available on Linux for writing ISO images to disks or USBs. Some of these tools include Unetbootin and Etcher amongst others.

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