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[#] Sun Jan 07 2018 09:59:03 EST from rss

Subject: Pros and cons of Linux

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Windows today beats almost all the markets thanks to its simplicity and large number of programs and games in a free access. We are used to Windows since there are no compatible systems like Windows. However, it is not true. Unfortunately, most people are creatures of habit that's why it will take years for the Linux to take its place among the users.

[#] Sun Jan 07 2018 12:05:07 EST from rss

Subject: A school in India defies the traditional education model

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Located in a sleepy village just two hours away from the bustling metropolis of Mumbai is a school that defies traditional educational models by collaboratively owning, building, and sharing knowledge and technology. The school uses only open source software and hardware in its approach to learning, and takes pride in the fact that none of its students have used or even seen proprietary software, including the ubiquitous Windows operating system.

[#] Sun Jan 07 2018 13:51:52 EST from rss

Subject: Creating a YUM repository from ISO & Online repo

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YUM tool is one of the most important tool for Centos/RHEL/Fedora. Though in latest builds of fedora, it has been replaced with DNF but that not at all means that it has ran its...

[#] Sun Jan 07 2018 15:41:39 EST from rss

Subject: 5 ways open source can strengthen your job search

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Are you searching for a job in the bustling tech industry? Whether you're a seasoned member of the tech community looking for a new challenge or a recent graduate looking for your first job, contributing to open source projects can be a great way to boost your attractiveness as a candidate. Below are five ways your work on open source projects may strengthen your job more

[#] Sun Jan 07 2018 17:46:43 EST from rss

Subject: Install JENKINS on CentOS/RHEL 7

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With the rise of Devops culture, IT industries have changed for good. Organizations have been adopting devops resources, tools for increasing the productivity. Automation tools are gaining more and more importance & one such...

[#] Sun Jan 07 2018 19:34:31 EST from rss

Subject: Emacs for Science

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I typically cover software packages that do actual calculations toadvance scientific knowledge, but here I'm exploring a slightlystranger tool in the arsenal ofscientific computation.

[#] Sun Jan 07 2018 21:38:33 EST from rss

Subject: LinuxAndUbuntu Review Of TrueOS A Unix Based OS

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Trust me, the name TrueOS takes me back to 1990s when Tru64 UNIX operating system made its presence. TrueOS is PC-BSD’s new unified brand built upon FreeBSD-CURRENT code base. Note that TrueOS is not a Linux distro but is BSD Unix.

[#] Mon Jan 08 2018 00:00:50 EST from rss

Subject: Linux Kernel 4.15 to Arrive in Two Weeks as Linus Torvalds Releases Seventh RC

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Linus Torvalds just announced a few moments ago the release and immediate availability for download of the seventh RC (Release Candidate) milestone of the upcoming Linux 4.15 kernel series.

[#] Mon Jan 08 2018 02:22:10 EST from rss

Subject: Top 5: Best of 2017, the future of DevOps, and more

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This week we look at five ways open source can strengthen your job search, the best open source tutorials of 2017, and more

[#] Mon Jan 08 2018 04:44:49 EST from rss

Subject: Weekend tech reading: Spectre/Meltdown recap, 400Gbps Ethernet, next-gen DisplayPort

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How a researcher hacked his own computer and found 'worst' chip flaw Daniel Gruss didn't sleep much the night he hacked his own computer and exposed a flaw in most of the chips made in the past two decades by hardware giant Intel Corp...

[#] Mon Jan 08 2018 08:55:54 EST from rss

Subject: Spectre and Meltdown explained

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By now, most of you have probably already heard of the biggest disaster in the history of IT – Meltdown and Spectre security vulnerabilities which affect all modern CPUs, from those in desktops and servers, to ones found in smartphones. Unfortunately, there’s much confusion about the level of threat we’re dealing with here, because some of the impacted vendors need reasons to explain the still-missing security patches. But even those who did release a patch, avoid mentioning that it only partially addresses the threat. And, there’s no good explanation of these vulnerabilities on the right level (not for developers), something that just about anyone working in IT could understand to make their own conclusion. So, I decided to give it a shot and deliver just that.

[#] Mon Jan 08 2018 10:15:14 EST from rss

Subject: What cryptographic key generation needs is a good source of entrophy

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Imagine you're about to play a board game that involves using dice, say Monopoly, Yahtzee, Cluedo, Dungeons & Dragons...1 In most cases, at least where you're interested in playing a fair game, you want to be pretty sure that there's a random distribution of the dice-roll results. In other words, for a six-sided dice, you'd hope that, for each roll, there's an equal chance that any of the numbers one through six will more

[#] Mon Jan 08 2018 11:17:14 EST from rss

Subject: SuperTux: A Linux Take on Super Mario Game

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When people usually think of PC games, they think of big titles, like Call of Duty, which often cost millions of dollars to create. While those games may be enjoyable, there are many games created by amateur programmers that are just as fun.

[#] Mon Jan 08 2018 12:35:31 EST from rss

Subject: What I See for LJ 2.0: in a Word, Community

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It has been too long, but I was at least one of the founders of the SeattleUNIX User's Group. I remember the first meeting well. It took place atSeattle University, and our guest speaker was Bill Joy. He impressed me inthat he had a huge pile of overhead transparencies (remember, this was inthe 1980s), asked a few questions of the group, selected some of them andstarted talking.

[#] Mon Jan 08 2018 13:52:47 EST from rss

Subject: You GNOME it: Windows and Apple devs get a compelling reason to turn to Linux

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Add in Flatpak/Snap and it could be a revolutionOpen Source Insider The biggest open source story of 2017 was unquestionably Canonical's decision to stop developing its Unity desktop and move Ubuntu to the GNOME Shell desktop.…

[#] Mon Jan 08 2018 15:10:02 EST from rss

Subject: 5 arcade-style games for Linux

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Gaming has traditionally been one of Linux's weak points. That has changed somewhat in recent years thanks to Steam, GOG, and other efforts to bring commercial games to multiple operating systems, but those games often are not open source. Sure, the games can be played on an open source operating system, but that is not good enough for an open source more

[#] Mon Jan 08 2018 16:44:35 EST from rss

Subject: WP Engine Gets $250 Million Funding from Silver Lake

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It might be called the little engine that could -- or maybe the little engine that does. Whatever you call it, Austin, Texas based WP Engine web hosting company just got a big payoff with a $250 million investment from the private equity giant Silver Lake partners.

[#] Mon Jan 08 2018 17:47:39 EST from rss

Subject: How to Install Mautic Marketing Automation Tool on CentOS 7

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In this tutorial, I will show you step-by-step how to install Mautic Marketing Automation Platform on CentOS 7. Mautic is an open source and self-hosted marketing automation tool for everyone. It allows you to grow up your business, monitor your website, create landing pages, create campaigns for your business, manage contacts, and send marketing emails.

[#] Mon Jan 08 2018 19:04:54 EST from rss

Subject: How to install or upgrade PHP version to PHP 7

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PHP (Hypertext Preprocessor) is a widely used open source scripting language that is used mainly for web development. It is used generally for creating dynamic web pages or for dynamic images on websites. In...

[#] Mon Jan 08 2018 20:23:10 EST from rss

Subject: Sub-1GHz IoT gateway combines BB Black and TI LaunchPad boards

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Newark Element14’s “SimpleLink Sub-1GHz Sensor to Cloud Linux Industrial Gateway” kit combines a BeagleBone Black, a wireless cape, and a pair of TI SimpleLink CC1350 LanchPad kits. Newark Element14’s “SimpleLink Sub-1GHz Sensor to Cloud Linux Industrial Gateway” kit provides a Sub-1GHz sensor network development platform with an Internet of Things (IoT) gateway and cloud connectivity. […]

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