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[#] Fri Jan 05 2018 19:59:54 EST from rss

Subject: WP Engine Raises $250M to Grow WordPress Platform

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Open-Source WordPress based platform vendor raises new money as global adoption for the popular content management system continues to grow

[#] Fri Jan 05 2018 21:46:40 EST from rss

Subject: Learn to use Wget command with 12 examples

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Every now & then we have to download files from internet, its easy id you are using GUI but CLI it can be a bit difficult. WGET utility makes it easy for us to...

[#] Fri Jan 05 2018 23:49:41 EST from rss

Subject: How Red Hat Is Dealing With the Spectre of the CPU Meltdown

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Those reading media accounts published Wednesday and Thursday are probably under the impression that while Spectre affects Intel, AMD and ARM CPUs, that Meltdown affects only Intel products -- or perhaps all Intel CPUs and some ARM chips. Not so, says Red Hat's Jon Masters. Both vulnerabilities are basically architecture agnostic.

[#] Sat Jan 06 2018 01:37:30 EST from rss

Subject: 3 flexible tools for managing hotel reservations and more

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The tourism industry has been gaining momentum for decades. In fact, many countries' economies and political stability rely on tourism and travel industries. Macau, for example, generates $26.6 billion annually from tourism, which accounts for 44% of its GDP. A subset of this economy, the hotel industry, is a powerful element that's expanding globally and growing more

[#] Sat Jan 06 2018 07:40:03 EST from rss

Subject: Hackable, Rockchip-based media player also offers NAS and retro gaming

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Cloud Media’s open source “Popcorn Hour Transformer Media Computer / NAS” computer is based on Pine64’s RK3328-based Rock64 SBC, and supports Linux and Android media player, NAS, and retro gaming. Cloud Media has spun a new variant of its Popcorn Hour media player that is open source in hardware and software thanks to its mainboard....

[#] Sat Jan 06 2018 07:40:03 EST from rss

Subject: Opera 50 Debuts Cryptocurrency Mining Protection in Web Browser

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New release of web browser enhances built-in VPN and adds cryptocurrency security features

[#] Sat Jan 06 2018 07:40:03 EST from rss

Subject: Ansible: the Automation Framework That Thinks Like a Sysadmin

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I've written about and trained folks on various DevOps tools through the years, andalthough they're awesome, it's obvious that most of them are designed from themind of a developer. There's nothing wrong with that, because approachingconfiguration management programmatically is the whole point.

[#] Sat Jan 06 2018 09:17:04 EST from rss

Subject: Hack-proof Quantum Data Encryption

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uantum computing is, most precisely, the future of computing. Using the bizarre and interesting interactions of particles in the quantum world, it’s estimated to be exponentially faster than today’s computers

[#] Sat Jan 06 2018 11:09:53 EST from rss

Subject: Spectre and Meltdown: What you need to know going forward

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As you've likely heard by now, there are some problems with Intel, AMD, and ARM processors. Called Meltdown and Spectre, the discovered attack possibilities are rather severe, as they impact pretty much every technical device on the network or in your house (PCs, laptops, tablets, phones, etc.).

[#] Sat Jan 06 2018 13:02:50 EST from rss

Subject: Open Source Leaders: Take Intel to Task

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For a long time engineers, programmmers and sysadmins alike have been beholden to hardware design flaws. Constantly dealing with work arounds from unpexpected bugs to changes that make little sense. Many Open Source leaders have a voice, they can change things if they come together now.

[#] Sat Jan 06 2018 14:56:36 EST from rss

Subject: Critical CSRF Security Vulnerability in phpMyAdmin Database Tool Patched

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If you've got MySQL or MariaDB running on any of your machines -- and you probably do -- then there's a good chance you're also running phpMyAdmin, a popular free and open source MySQL administration tool. That means you might have a problem.

[#] Sat Jan 06 2018 16:50:35 EST from rss

Subject: Step by step guide to reset root password in Mysql

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Working with MySQL or MariaDB database, you might have faced a situation where you might have forgotten root or another user’s password or being SysAdmin, you might have had to deal with users who...

[#] Sat Jan 06 2018 18:44:20 EST from rss

Subject: January 2018 catalog of hacker-friendly SBCs

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This catalog accompanies our January 2018 round-up of hacker-friendly SBCs. Here, we provide brief descriptions, specs, pricing, and links to further details for all 103 SBCs. Our January 2018 hacker-friendly single board computer round-up comprises three resources: an overview of recent SBC market trends; this catalog, which provides descriptions, specs, pricing, and links to related […]

[#] Sat Jan 06 2018 20:53:28 EST from rss

Subject: How governments and citizens used open source to solve human problems in 2017

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Each year, when we look back at the top government articles on, we see interesting case studies of government technology policies or implementations. Our most popular stories from 2017 aren't about adopting open source to solve technology problems. Instead, they demonstrate how governments and citizens are coming together through open source to solve human problems.1. Why we need an open model to design and evaluate public policyread more

[#] Sat Jan 06 2018 22:46:19 EST from rss

Subject: Where Do I Start?

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For the past few years, the bulk of my consulting work has been incorporate training. Many of the participants in my courses are peoplewho have been developing software for years already and simply wantto learn new languages and techniques.

[#] Sun Jan 07 2018 00:37:06 EST from rss

Subject: Let's talk advertising

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This is the first in a series of posts in which members of our still-small staff raise topics for discussion. Since I'm a veteran of both the journalism and advertising businesses, I'll start this discussion.

[#] Sun Jan 07 2018 02:24:52 EST from rss

Subject: Linux Journal returns, Automotive Grade Linux at CES, and more open source news

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In this week[he]#039[/he]s edition of our open source news roundup, we cover the rebirth of Linux Journal, Automotive Grade Linux infotainment systems, and more.

[#] Sun Jan 07 2018 04:19:30 EST from rss

Subject: Canonical Plans to Release Ubuntu 17.10 Respin ISOs for All Flavors Next Week

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Canonical announced on Friday that it plans to release the promised respin ISO images of the Ubuntu 17.10 (Artful Aardvark) operating system early next week on January 11.

[#] Sun Jan 07 2018 06:23:30 EST from rss

Subject: The Best Linux Distributions for 2018

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It’s a new year and the landscape of possibility is limitless for Linux. Whereas 2017 brought about some big changes to a number of Linux distributions, I believe 2018 will bring serious stability and market share growth—for both the server and the desktop.

[#] Sun Jan 07 2018 08:10:19 EST from rss

Subject: Linux Mint 19 Release Date and Codename Has been Announced

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This is a continually updated article to inform you about Linux Mint 19 release date, features and everything important associated with it.

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