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[#] Tue Nov 07 2017 14:06:08 EST from rss

Subject: How To Protect Server Against Brute Force Attacks With Fail2ban On Linux

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Fail2ban is an intrusion prevention software, framework which protect server against brute force attacks.

[#] Tue Nov 07 2017 15:25:26 EST from rss

Subject: Different Types Of Ubuntu Software On Law

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The only difference between Ubuntu and some other 100% Free Linux distros is the different types of software that you are allowed to use.

[#] Tue Nov 07 2017 16:27:27 EST from rss

Subject: 5 ways blockchain can accelerate open organizations

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Looking at the open organization principles (transparency, inclusivity, adaptability, collaboration, community) and the reasons we practice them (building a network of people dedicated to a purpose and sharing the same ethical standards, for example), I started wondering how these principles would be influenced by an increasingly important emerging technology: more

[#] Tue Nov 07 2017 17:29:28 EST from rss

Subject: Krita 4.0 Digital Painting App Promises Big Performance Improvements, Pixel Grid

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If you're wondering what's going on with the development of the major Krita 4.0 release of the open-source and cross-platform digital painting app, the devs have a huge update for us today.

[#] Tue Nov 07 2017 18:48:45 EST from rss

Subject: Apache OpenOffice: We're OK with not being super cool... PS: Watch out for that Mac bug

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Version 4.1.4 did fix four security vulnerabilities, and that's one less than the five that appear to be outstanding for the software, based on two reported in the November 2016 minutes of Apache Foundation Board of Directors' meeting and three reported in the April 2017 minutes.

[#] Tue Nov 07 2017 19:50:47 EST from rss

Subject: How to Monetize an Open Source Project

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"The number one tangent to monetization in any open source product is adoption, because the key to monetizing an open source product is you flip what I would call the sales funnel upside down," he told ITPro at the recent All Things Open conference in Raleigh, North Carolina.

[#] Tue Nov 07 2017 21:07:01 EST from rss

Subject: Kubernetes by the numbers: 10 compelling stats

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How quickly has Kubernetes’ popularity soared? By most accounts, very quickly. Earlier this year, Cloud Native Computing Foundation executive director Dan Kohn penned a blog post that dug into that claim. People regularly tout Kubernetes as one of the highest velocity projects ever in open source history: Does the data back it up?

[#] Tue Nov 07 2017 22:09:03 EST from rss

Subject: OpenStack Continues to Grow Both Public and Private Cloud Deployments

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OpenStack is now powering over 60 public cloud datacenters around the world, with both private and public cloud revenues growing.

[#] Tue Nov 07 2017 23:12:05 EST from rss

Subject: How Microsoft Contributes to Kubernetes

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Microsoft has recently increased their stakes in the Kubernetes community through a variety of actions. For example, they acquired Deis, a company that specialises in Kubernetes container management technologies. And, Microsoft became a member of the Cloud Native Computing Foundation, which is the home of the Kubernetes project.

[#] Wed Nov 08 2017 00:29:22 EST from rss

Subject: Open-Source Acumos Project Aims to Make AI Apps More Accessible

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Artificial Intelligence (AI) is one of the hottest areas in technology today, with enterprise application developers often struggling to figure out how to integrate the technology. A new open-source effort that is set to debut in early 2018 could change that situation, making AI easier to use and integrate.

[#] Wed Nov 08 2017 01:31:22 EST from rss

Subject: KDE Plasma 5.11.3 Desktop Environment Released with 40 Bugfixes and Improvements

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KDE today released the third maintenance update to its latest KDE Plasma 5.11 desktop environment, bringing more stability improvements by fixing various issues across core components.

[#] Wed Nov 08 2017 02:47:36 EST from rss

Subject: Don

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Is your smart toaster spying on you? Does your toddler’s new toy have an easily-hackable microphone or camera? This holiday season, don’t buy your loved ones an Internet-connected gadget that compromises their privacy or security — no matter how nifty or cute that gadget may be.

[#] Wed Nov 08 2017 03:49:14 EST from rss

Subject: Juniper Integrates AppFormix into Contrail Cloud for OpenStack

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Juniper also announced an expanded relationship with Red Hat, displacing Ubuntu as the Linux vendor of choice for the Contrail Cloud.

[#] Wed Nov 08 2017 05:06:31 EST from rss

Subject: How to Install PrestaShop on Debian 9

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In this guide, we’ll show you how to install and configure the latest version of Prestashop on Debian 9.1. Prestashop is a free Open Source e-commerce content management platform written in PHP programming language which is often deployed on Linux under Apache/Nginx web servers, PHP and MySQL/MariaDB database management system.

[#] Wed Nov 08 2017 06:08:32 EST from rss

Subject: You Can Now Run Windows Apps on Chromebooks with ChromeOS, Thanks to CrossOver

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After more than a year in testing, CrossOver's ChromeOS support is now finally open to everyone, allowing Chromebook owners to run Windows apps on their computers running Google's ChromeOS.

[#] Wed Nov 08 2017 07:25:48 EST from rss

Subject: Continuous infrastructure: The other CI

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Continuous delivery (CD) and continuous integration (CI) are two well-known aspects of DevOps. But the CI in vogue today is missing a critical “I:” more

[#] Wed Nov 08 2017 08:27:48 EST from rss

Subject: Google Patches KRACK WiFi Flaw in Android November Security Update

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Three weeks after critical WiFi vulnerability was first publicly disclosed, Android at long last, gets a patch.

[#] Wed Nov 08 2017 09:29:50 EST from rss

Subject: The Best Free Android Racing Games of 2017

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My love for Android Games has always been infinite. Whenever I am free, you can be very sure I am playing Games on my Android Smartphone. And even among those, the ones that always keep you on your toes and provide you with some high energy fun are the Android Racing Games. So here in this article let’s see the Top Free Android Racing games of 2017.

[#] Wed Nov 08 2017 10:47:06 EST from rss

Subject: Getting started with .NET for Linux

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When you know a software developer's preferred operating system, you can often guess what programming language(s) they use. If they use Windows, the language list includes C#, JavaScript, and TypeScript. A few legacy devs may be using Visual Basic, and the bleeding-edge coders are dabbling in F#. Even though you can use Windows to develop in just about any language, most stick with the more

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Subject: Arch Linux Officially Kills 32-Bit Support, Migrate to Arch Linux 32 Fork Now

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The Arch Linux devs announced today that they are officially terminating support for 32-bit architectures, removing all i686 packages from the repositories by the end of the month.

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