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[#] Mon Nov 06 2017 14:15:22 EST from rss

Subject: How to Install Varnish Cache with Apache on CentOS 7

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Varnish is a proxy server focused on HTTP caching. It's designed as an HTTP accelerator and can act as reverse proxy for your web server Apache or Nginx. In this tutorial, we will show you how to install and configure varnish HTTP accelerator as a reverse proxy for Apache web server.

[#] Mon Nov 06 2017 15:17:21 EST from rss

Subject: OpenStack Aims to Improve Integration with Cloud Native Technologies

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At the OpenStack Summit in Australia, open-source cloud effort announces a series of new efforts to help improve integration across a variety of complementary cloud native technologies.

[#] Mon Nov 06 2017 16:19:22 EST from rss

Subject: How to use cron in Linux

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One of the challenges (among the many advantages) of being a sysadmin is running tasks when you'd rather be sleeping. For example, some tasks (including regularly recurring tasks) need to run overnight or on weekends, when no one is expected to be using computer resources. I have no time to spare in the evenings to run commands and scripts that have to operate during off-hours. And I don't want to have to get up at oh-dark-hundred to start a backup or major more

[#] Mon Nov 06 2017 17:35:37 EST from rss

Subject: Meet Gladys, a Raspberry Pi-Powered Intelligent, Open-Source Home Assistant

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Meet Gladys, an open-source program designed to become the only intelligent home assistant you'll ever need, backed by the tiny and powerful Raspberry Pi single-board computer.

[#] Mon Nov 06 2017 18:38:39 EST from rss

Subject: How to Create Bootable USB Disk / DVD on Ubuntu / Linux Mint

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Create bootable USB disk and DVD using startup disk creator, UNetbootin and dd command on Ubuntu and Linux Mint Desktop

[#] Mon Nov 06 2017 19:55:55 EST from rss

Subject: Finding Files with mlocate

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It’s not uncommon for a sysadmin to have to find needles buried deep inside haystacks. On a busy machine, there can be files in their hundreds of thousands present on your filesystems. What do you do when you need to make sure one particular configuration file is up to date, but you can’t remember where it is located?

[#] Mon Nov 06 2017 20:59:57 EST from rss

Subject: Enlightenment 0.22 Linux Desktop Environment Greatly Improves Wayland Support

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After more than a year in development, the development cycle of the Enlightenment 0.22.0 desktop environment and window manager is now over, and the final release is available to download.

[#] Mon Nov 06 2017 22:03:00 EST from rss

Subject: Teleconsole

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Teleconsole is a free service to share your terminal session with people you trust or anyone in seconds.

[#] Mon Nov 06 2017 23:21:19 EST from rss

Subject: Edge computing moves the open cloud beyond the data center

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When we think of cloud computing, most of us envision large-scale, centralized data centers running thousands of physical servers. As powerful as that vision sounds, it actually misses the biggest new opportunity: distributed cloud more

[#] Tue Nov 07 2017 00:23:21 EST from rss

Subject: Why hybrid cloud is the best of both worlds

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For CIOs considering cloud, start with the overall digital strategy and work backward

[#] Tue Nov 07 2017 01:41:34 EST from rss

Subject: Red Hat OpenStack Platform 12 Puts the Cloud in a Container

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As the OpenStack Summit in Sydney kicks off, Red Hat debuts it's latest cloud infrastructure release.

[#] Tue Nov 07 2017 02:43:36 EST from rss

Subject: Modular, rugged, fanless mini-PC runs Linux Mint on Apollo Lake

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Compulab’s Linux-ready, 112 x 84 x 34mm “Fitlet2” mini-PC features an Apollo Lake SoC, -40 to 85°C support, and M.2 and “FACET” expansion. Compulab has upgraded its rugged Fitlet line of mini-PCs, switching from AMD to Intel Apollo Lake processors up to a quad-core Atom x7-E3950. The Fitlet2 is available with Linux Mint or Windows 10...

[#] Tue Nov 07 2017 03:45:58 EST from rss

Subject: MINIX: Intel's hidden in-chip operating system

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Buried deep inside your computer[he]#039[/he]s Intel chip is the MINIX operating system and a software stack, which includes networking and a web server. It[he]#039[/he]s slow, hard to get at, and insecure as insecure can be.

[#] Tue Nov 07 2017 05:02:13 EST from rss

Subject: 5 of the Best Linux Distros for Gaming

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While any Linux distro may be used for gaming, there are some distros specifically optimized for gaming. Here are some of the best Linux distros for gaming.

[#] Tue Nov 07 2017 06:03:13 EST from rss

Subject: Apache Kafka Reaches 1.0 Milestone for Open-Source Distributed Streaming Platform

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Widely deployed open-source technology already used by major enterprises including Goldman Sachs, ING and Capital One reaches a critical milestone.

[#] Tue Nov 07 2017 07:20:28 EST from rss

Subject: What's the difference between open source software and free software?

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Do you use "open source software" or "free software"? Although there are different rules for free software licenses (four freedoms) and open source licenses (Open Source Definition), what is not apparent from those two sets of rules is:read more

[#] Tue Nov 07 2017 08:21:28 EST from rss

Subject: Sandbox your applications with Firejail

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Even the best written software can contain vulnerabilities that can be exploited. With the advent of container technologies, such as docker, flatpak or LXC, many have suggested to use them to isolate software from the rest of the system and in doing so mitigate the harm of possible breaches.

[#] Tue Nov 07 2017 09:38:45 EST from rss

Subject: Creating a high availability setup for Linux on Power

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This article is about high availability or disaster recovery and fail-over for Linux on Power virtual machines (VMs) or logical partitions (LPARs). The solution described in this article works for all Linux distributions available for IBM POWER8 and later processor-based servers. Open source software used in this solution are: DRBD and heartbeat, which are available for all supported distributions. We have used Ubuntu v16.04, supported on IBM Power servers to explain and verify the solution.

[#] Tue Nov 07 2017 10:43:49 EST from rss

Subject: Getting started with Gnocchi

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Gnocchi is an open source time series database created in 2014 when OpenStack was looking for a highly scalable, fault-tolerant time series database that did not depend on a specialized database (e.g., Hadoop, Cassandra, etc.).read more

[#] Tue Nov 07 2017 11:46:51 EST from rss

Subject: Slicing Scientific Data

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I've covered scientificsoftware in previous articles that either analyzes image information or actually generatesimage data for further analysis. In this article, I introduce a tool thatyou can use to analyze images generated as part of medical diagnosticwork.

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