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[#] Mon Jan 08 2018 21:40:27 EST from rss

Subject: 5 Differences Between Linux And Windows

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Are you an entirely new computer user who just bought a PC and had Microsoft Windows pre-installed on it? Seeking out what’s beyond the realm of Windows Operating System, exploring curiously what Linux is and how it is different from the former one that already came with your computer when you purchased it. Or is it the other way around where Linux was the default Operating System on your computer?

[#] Mon Jan 08 2018 22:45:31 EST from rss

Subject: Linux Filesystem Events with inotify

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It is, at times, important to know when things change in the Linux OS. The uses to which systems are placed often include high-priority data that must be processed as soon as it is seen. The conventional method of finding and processing new file data is to poll for it, usually with cron. This is inefficient......

[#] Tue Jan 09 2018 00:04:49 EST from rss

Subject: How to Install Docker CE on Your Desktop

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This article will cover the installation of Docker on desktop Linux, macOS, and Windows, and it is intended for beginners who want to get started with Docker containers. The only prerequisite is that you are comfortable with command-line interface.

[#] Tue Jan 09 2018 01:22:04 EST from rss

Subject: phpMemcachedAdmin installation in Linux

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phpMemcachedAdmin is graphicalweb interface used for the administration of memcached & that provides all the live stats for memcached. It provides real time stats for get, set, increment, decrements, evictions etc as well as other server stats.

[#] Tue Jan 09 2018 02:38:19 EST from rss

Subject: 5 reasons Kubernetes is the real deal

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I[he]#039[/he]ve been to a lot of tech conferences in my life, but there was something different about the December 2017 KubeCon/Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) Summit in Austin. Sure, there[he]#039[/he]s a ton of hype around Kubernetes, but it[he]#039[/he]s something more.

[#] Tue Jan 09 2018 03:57:05 EST from rss

Subject: Who Was To Blame For The Ubuntu BIOS Bug?

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In this article I have analysed who is to blame for the Ubuntu BIOS bug which leaves the BIOS of some laptops in a read only state. So who is to blame? The developers, the manufacturers, the BIOS developers or indeed the users?

[#] Tue Jan 09 2018 04:59:06 EST from rss

Subject: The Linux vs Meltdown and Spectre battle continues

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Fixing Meltdown and Spectre will take Linux -- and all other operating systems -- programmers a long, long time. Here[he]#039[/he]s where the Linux developers are now.

[#] Tue Jan 09 2018 06:16:21 EST from rss

Subject: Asus Tinker Board S adds 16GB eMMC and more

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Asus announced a “Tinker Board S” SBC that has the same Rockchip RK3288 as the original, but adds 16GB eMMC, HDMI-CEC support, a smart audio jack, and improved power management features. Asus unveiled a minor upgrade to its open-spec Tinker Board SBC, which was originally unveiled a year ago. Like the original, the Tinker Board […]

[#] Tue Jan 09 2018 07:35:02 EST from rss

Subject: MongoDB installation & configuration on RHEL/CentOS

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MongoDB is one of the famous , free & open source document oriented No-SQL database server. MongoDB uses JSON like document format to store data in database, rather than using rows & columns, as...

[#] Tue Jan 09 2018 12:21:15 EST from rss

Subject: Linux size Command Tutorial for Beginners (6 Examples)

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As some of you might already know, an object or executable file in Linux consists of several sections (like txt and data). In case you want to know the size of each section, there exists a command line utility - dubbed size - that provides you this information.

[#] Tue Jan 09 2018 13:24:17 EST from rss

Subject: How to set up a Raspberry Pi for retro gaming

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I grew up with console gaming and over the years I have had a number of systems, including Atari, SNES, Sega Genesis, and my all-time-favorite—the Commodore Amiga. I recently found a backup of old games I have been carrying around with me for years and got nostalgic for the glory days of retro gaming. I grabbed some old hardware and started tinkering with it so I could relive my childhood. I was surprised how well these games run on my Raspberry Pi and it's become something of a new more

[#] Tue Jan 09 2018 16:12:02 EST from rss

Subject: Linux Mint Devs Respond to Meltdown and Spectre Security Vulnerabilities

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Linux Mint developers have published today a statement regarding the recently unearthed Meltdown and Spectre security vulnerabilities, informing users on how to keep their PCs secure.

[#] Tue Jan 09 2018 17:15:10 EST from rss

Subject: Install Concrete5 on Ubuntu 16.04

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We’ll show you, how to install Concrete5 on Ubuntu 16.04. Concrete5 is free and open source Content Management System (CMS). It is an easy to use, but yet powerful tool allowing users with no technical skills to build different types of websites.

[#] Tue Jan 09 2018 18:34:30 EST from rss

Subject: Best Linux Screenshot & Screencasting Tools

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There comes a time you want to capture an error on your screen and send it to the developers or want help from Stack Overflow, you need the right tools to take that screenshot and save it or send it. There are tools in the form of programs and others as shell extensions for GNOME. Not to worry, here are the best Linux Screenshot taking tools that you can use to take those screenshots or make a screencast.

[#] Tue Jan 09 2018 19:54:47 EST from rss

Subject: openSUSE-Based GeckoLinux Receives New, Revamped Releases Built with KIWI

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The developer of the openSUSE-Based GeckoLinux open-source operating system announced the release of a major update to both the GeckoLinux Static and NEXT series.

[#] Tue Jan 09 2018 20:59:51 EST from rss

Subject: Linux Foundation LFCS and LFCE: Miltos Tsatsakis

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The Linux Foundation offers many resources for developers, users, and administrators of Linux systems. One of the most important offerings is its Linux Certification Program, which is designed to give you a way to differentiate yourself in a job market that's hungry for your skills.

[#] Tue Jan 09 2018 22:20:10 EST from rss

Subject: Analyze Song Lyrics with a Shell Script, Part II

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In my last article, I began exploring song lyrics. Not so you could have an epicKaraoke night, but more in the sense of analyzing song lyrics and word usagetherein.

[#] Tue Jan 09 2018 23:40:28 EST from rss

Subject: Working with VI editor : The Basics

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VI editor is a powerful command line based text editor that was originally created for Unix but has since been ported to various Unix & Linux distributions. In Linux there exists another, advanced version...

[#] Wed Jan 10 2018 00:42:29 EST from rss

Subject: The 5 best Linux distros for the enterprise: Red Hat, Ubuntu, Linux Mint and more

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As anyone in IT can tell you, Linux has invaded the server room. The operating system is running file servers, print servers, content delivery systems, global caching servers, data archives, VPN servers — you name it. A variety of high-quality Linux distributions allow you to expand your Linux OS deployments beyond the data center. These five are particularly good.

[#] Wed Jan 10 2018 01:59:46 EST from rss

Subject: Tiny industrial temperature module runs Linux on a Zynq-7000

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iWave’s “iW-RainboW-G28M” is a SODIMM-style module that runs Linux on a Zynq-7000 FPGA SoC, and offers -40 to 85°C support, up to 1GB DDR3, 512MB flash, a GbE controller, and optional WiFi/BT.

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