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[#] Tue Nov 14 2017 02:23:01 EST from rss

Subject: Crafting your AI strategy: 3 tips

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Take AI beyond obvious use cases and create a master plan.

[#] Tue Nov 14 2017 03:39:59 EST from rss

Subject: Linux 4.14 Release Provides Long Term Support and Larger Memory Limits

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Among the new capabilities that landed in the Linux 4.14 update is the possibility for larger memory capacity utilization. The original x86-64 specification in Linux allowed for a limit 4 level of memory paging, providing a maximum of 256 TiB of virtual address space and 64 TiB of physical address space. A TiB or Tebibyte is approximately 1.1 Terabytes.

[#] Tue Nov 14 2017 04:41:59 EST from rss

Subject: My Adventure Migrating Back To Windows

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I have had linux as my primary OS for about a decade now, and primarily use Ubuntu. But with the latest release I have decided to migrate back to an OS I generally dislike, Windows 10.

[#] Tue Nov 14 2017 05:59:17 EST from rss @

Subject: Firefox 57 "Quantum" Web Browser Now Available to Download, Here's What's New

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While the world waits eagerly for Mozilla to officially unveil the new Firefox Quantum web browser on November 14, 2017, you can download it right now for GNU/Linux, macOS, and Windows PCs.

[#] Tue Nov 14 2017 07:17:32 EST from rss

Subject: Sysadmins vs. natural disasters

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Sysadmins who lived through Katrina, Sandy, and other disasters share real-world advice for anyone responsible for IT during an emergency.

[#] Tue Nov 14 2017 08:34:48 EST from rss

Subject: Automation controller runs Linux on a NanoPi Neo SBC

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Techbase launched a “ModBerry M300” automation controller built on a NanoPi Neo, and added M-Bus and M-Bus Wireless support to its ESP32-based Moduino. Gdansk, Poland based Techbase has added another member to its Linux-driven ModBerry family of automation controllers. The latest ModBerry is built around FriendlyElec’s open source NanoPi Neo SBC. The company has also […]

[#] Tue Nov 14 2017 09:52:04 EST from rss

Subject: OnePlus Accidentally Pre-Installed an App that acts as a Backdoor to Root Access

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OnePlus accidentally left in place a diagnostic testing application made by Qualcomm. After decompiling this application, he discovered that it can be exploited to grant root access -- effectively acting as a backdoor.

[#] Tue Nov 14 2017 10:54:07 EST from rss

Subject: Red Hat Enterprise Linux for ARM arrives after seven years of development

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The promise of running serious Linux servers on ARM processors has been there for ages. Now, at long last, the reality is here.

[#] Tue Nov 14 2017 12:13:24 EST from rss

Subject: Happy 60th birthday, Fortran

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The Fortran compiler, introduced in April 1957, was the first optimizing compiler, and it paved the way for many technical computing applications over the years. What Cobol did for business computing, Fortran did for scientific computing.Fortran may be approaching retirement age, but that doesn't mean it's about to stop working. This year marks the 60th anniversary of the first Fortran (then styled "FORTRAN," for "FORmula TRANslation") more

[#] Tue Nov 14 2017 14:46:57 EST from rss

Subject: How to Setup Automatic Security Updates on Ubuntu 16.04

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Security updates are an integral part of the IT-world. Linux may be regarded as one of the securest computer operating systems, but that doesn't take away the fact that it too has vulnerabilities that need to be fixed through timely security updates. In this tutorial, we will show you how to step-by-step configure Ubuntu 16.04 server for automatic security updates

[#] Tue Nov 14 2017 15:18:30 EST from rss

Subject: Announcing the release of Fedora 27

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The Fedora Project proudly announces the release and general availability of the Fedora 27 Workstation and Fedora 27 Atomic editions. Fedora 27 incorporates thousands of improvements from both the Fedora Community and various upstream software projects. You can download Fedora... Continue Reading →

[#] Tue Nov 14 2017 16:22:29 EST from rss

Subject: Introducing the New Firefox: Firefox Quantum

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It’s fast. Really fast. Firefox Quantum is over twice as fast as Firefox from 6 months ago, built on a completely overhauled core engine with brand new technology...

[#] Tue Nov 14 2017 17:39:45 EST from rss

Subject: Restore Corrupted USB Drive To Original State In Linux

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Many times our storage devices like sd cards and Pen drives get corrupted and unusable due to one or other reasons.

[#] Tue Nov 14 2017 18:59:03 EST from rss

Subject: What’s New in Fedora 27 Workstation

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Fedora 27 Workstation is the latest release of our free, leading-edge operating system. You can download it from the official website here right now. There are several new and noteworthy changes in Fedora Workstation. GNOME 3.26 This Fedora Workstation release, as always, brings with... Continue Reading →

[#] Tue Nov 14 2017 20:16:19 EST from rss

Subject: 5 tricks for using the sudo command in Linux

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The sudoers file can provide detailed control over user privileges, but with very little effort, you can still get a lot of benefit from sudo. Here are some simple ways to get a lot of value out of the sudo command in Linux.

[#] Tue Nov 14 2017 21:18:20 EST from rss

Subject: Fast. For good. Launching the new Firefox into the World

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Thirteen years ago, we marked the launch of Firefox 1.0 with a crowdfunded New York Times ad. It listed the names of every single person who contributed...

[#] Tue Nov 14 2017 22:36:37 EST from rss

Subject: Sysadmin 101: Patch Management

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A few articles ago, I started a Sysadmin 101 series to pass down some fundamentalknowledge about systems administration that the current generation of juniorsysadmins, DevOps engineers or "full stack" developers might notlearn otherwise.I had thought that I was done with the series, but then the WannaCrymalware came out and exposed some of the poor patch management practices still

[#] Tue Nov 14 2017 23:55:55 EST from rss

Subject: Antergos 17.11

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Antergos is an operating system that has Arch as its predecessor. This is a rolling release distribution, which means that updates come directly to the OS.

[#] Wed Nov 15 2017 01:13:11 EST from rss @

Subject: Linux Mint 18.3 "Sylvia" Cinnamon & MATE Beta Officially Out, Here's What's New

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Linux Mint creator Clement Lefebvre announced a few moments ago the release and immediate availability for download of the Linux Mint 18.3 "Sylvia" Cinnamon and MATE Beta editions.

[#] Wed Nov 15 2017 02:16:13 EST from rss

Subject: Cryptr - A Simple CLI Utility To Encrypt And Decrypt Files

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Looking for a quick, easy, and secure method to protect your files? Well, there is a simple shell utility called "Cryptr" that helps you to encrypt and decrypt files. All from command line, and you don't need to be a security ninja or Linux expert to learn how to secure your data.

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