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[#] Tue Oct 31 2017 18:24:46 EDT from rss

Subject: Open Source Cloud Storage Firm Finds Unsettling Number of Unpatched Instances Online

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Not only did they end up finding a disturbingly high number of vulnerable instances, but they found them running on domains where security should be considered critical: sites for large businesses, governments, and other organizations undoubtedly hosting sensitive information.

[#] Tue Oct 31 2017 19:44:03 EDT from rss

Subject: RPi Zero W clone offers quad-core power for $15

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SinoVoip’s Linux-friendly, 60 x 30mm Banana Pi M2 Zero (BPI-M2 Zero) SBC closely mimics the Raspberry Pi Zero W, but has a faster Allwinner H2+. Just as we were trumpeting the $23 BPI-M2 Magic as being the “smallest, cheapest Banana Pi yet,” SinoVoip has launched an even tinier and more affordable Linux/Android hacker board on […]

[#] Tue Oct 31 2017 21:17:38 EDT from rss

Subject: How to make the case for Kubernetes

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Need to convince people in your organization that orchestration tools like Kubernetes make sense for managing containers and microservices? We break it down

[#] Tue Oct 31 2017 22:34:51 EDT from rss

Subject: How to get involved with open source if you're a cat

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We humans are social creatures, and we're really smart and advanced, so there's no need for us to read an article about how to get involved in open source. Cats, on the other hand, are socially awkward, sometimes aloof, sometimes overly sensitive, and a little jumpy. When a cat tries to get involved with open source, it often comes on too strong, or gets spooked by an unpleasant experience, or fails to communicate more

[#] Wed Nov 01 2017 00:08:28 EDT from rss

Subject: Testing the Waters: How to Perform Internal Phishing Campaigns

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Phishing is one of the most dangerous threats to moderncomputing. Phishing attacks have evolved from sloppily written mass emailblasts to targeted attacks designed to fool even the most cautioususers. No defense is bulletproof, and most experts agree education andcommon sense are the best tools to combat the problem.

[#] Wed Nov 01 2017 01:25:39 EDT from rss

Subject: Migrating to Linux: An Introduction

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If you are new to Linux, or you would just like to try something different on your desktop computer, this series of guides will briefly cover the basics and help you in migrating to Linux from another system.

[#] Wed Nov 01 2017 02:58:11 EDT from rss

Subject: Canonical Outs Important Linux Kernel Updates for All Supported Ubuntu Releases

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Canonical published today a new set of Linux kernel security updates for all supported Ubuntu releases, which patch up to 12 vulnerabilities discovered lately by various security researchers.

[#] Wed Nov 01 2017 04:16:15 EDT from rss

Subject: List All Installed Packages with apt on Debian 9

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In this tutorial we are going to provide you with step-by-step instructions on how to list all installed packages with apt on a Debian 9 VPS.

[#] Wed Nov 01 2017 05:48:46 EDT from rss

Subject: Disney-branded internet filter had Mickey Mouse security

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23 vulnerabilities let rats run riot, even as kids' eyes were kept innocentA Disney-branded home internet filtering device might keep bad content out, but it was an open door to bad actors until earlier this month.…

[#] Wed Nov 01 2017 07:20:18 EDT from rss

Subject: How to Install MediaWiki with Nginx on CentOS 7

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MediaWiki is a popular wiki software that was originally developed for use on Wikipedia. It's a free and open source wiki software written in the PHP programming language. In this tutorial, we will discuss how to step-by-step install MediaWiki with Nginx web server on CentOS 7.

[#] Wed Nov 01 2017 12:48:40 EDT from rss

Subject: File manager: open a terminal, but not here

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Each of the two file managers I use — Thunar and Xfe — allows me to open a terminal in a selected directory. In Thunar, I right-click on a directory and choose Open Terminal Here, and in Xfe I use the keyboard shortcut Ctrl + t. In both cases, though, the terminal window opens right on top of the file manager window. I prefer the "open terminal here" action to open a terminal in a different workspace and to take me to that workspace. This article explains how I organised that.

[#] Wed Nov 01 2017 14:22:12 EDT from rss

Subject: Try Audacious in Fedora for Audio Control

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Audacious is a simple yet advanced audio player. It focuses on audio quality and supports a spectrum of codecs including FLAC and Vorbis. Though lightweight by design, Audacious provides in-app options like choosing a sound system (PulseAudio, ALSA, JACK, etc.).... Continue Reading →

[#] Wed Nov 01 2017 15:54:43 EDT from rss

Subject: Microsoft says 40 percent of all VMs in Azure now are running Linux

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A year ago, Microsoft officials said nearly a third of all the VMs on Azure were running Linux. Now it's 40 percent.

[#] Wed Nov 01 2017 17:13:00 EDT from rss

Subject: 10 obscure (but useful) desktop Linux distros

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You’ve likely heard of Ubuntu, Red Hat and Fedora, but there are strange, lesser-known versions of Linux worth knowing about.

[#] Wed Nov 01 2017 18:47:33 EDT from rss

Subject: How to Play Hearthstone on Ubuntu Linux

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Hearthstone is not only a popular online card game, it’s a major e-sport. Learn how to play this popular game on Ubuntu Linux.

[#] Wed Nov 01 2017 20:03:47 EDT from rss

Subject: Arch Linux 2017.11.01 Is Now Available for Download with Linux Kernel 4.13.9

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If you're looking to install the lightweight and highly customizable Arch Linux operating system on your personal computer, you should know that a new installation snapshot is now available to download.

[#] Wed Nov 01 2017 21:23:22 EDT from rss

Subject: Why I love technical debt

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This is not necessarily the title you'd expect for an article, I guess,* but I'm a fan of technical debt. There are two reasons for this: a Bad Reason and a Good Reason. I'll be upfront about the Bad Reason first, then explain why even that isn't really a reason to love it. I'll then tackle the Good Reason, and you'll nod along in more

[#] Wed Nov 01 2017 22:59:55 EDT from rss

Subject: Terminator

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Terminator allow users to manage multiple resizable terminal panels in one window.

[#] Thu Nov 02 2017 00:18:13 EDT from rss

Subject: Switching From Windows To Linux

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Windows is there in our life from a long time. From our school’s computer labs to our PC at home where we had been playing games to every neighbor in the hood everyone is using windows since a long time. Switching is never easy especially when most of the thing you own is compatible with Windows only not Linux. But there are reasons why you want to switch that’s why you are here, to find out the problems, their solutions and most likely reasons why you want to make the switch.

[#] Thu Nov 02 2017 01:51:44 EDT from rss

Subject: How to Setup ZSH and Oh-my-zsh on Linux

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The Z Shell or zsh is an interactive UNIX shell and powerful command-line interpreter for scripting language including shell scripting. The Z shell has become one of the most popular shells for Linux operating system. It's rich in features and easy to configure and customize.

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