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Raspberry Pi Model B+ adds USB ports, expansion pins

Monday 14th of July 2014 11:37:02 PM
The newly released Raspberry Pi Model B+ has the same CPU, memory, and $35 price, plus a new 40-pin GPIO header, two more USB ports, and a microSD slot. Considering all the competition from open-spec hacker boards like the Odroid and BeagleBone Black, not to mention Pi clones like the Banana Pi, the non-profit Raspberry Pi Foundation was overdue for an update to the world’s most popular single board computer. To be sure, “this isn’t a ‘Raspberry Pi 2?,” as Eben Upton and the Pi gang note in today’s announcement of the Pi Model B+. The update uses the same aging, ARM11-based Broadcom BCM2835 processor and 512MB of RAM as the Pi Model B, disappointing those looking for a Cortex-something update, but also maintains perfect software compatibility with Raspbian and existing Linux distros and applications.

Debian 7.6.0 GNOME Screenshot Tour

Monday 14th of July 2014 10:39:51 PM
The Debian project is pleased to announce the sixth update of its stable distribution Debian 7 (codename wheezy). This update mainly adds corrections for security problems to the stable release, along with a few adjustments for serious problems. Security advisories were already published separately and are referenced where available.

OpenStack Juno previews, Docker all the things, and more

Monday 14th of July 2014 09:42:40 PM
Interested in keeping track of what's happening in the open source cloud? Opensource.com is your source for what's happening right now in OpenStack, the open source cloud infrastructure project.read more

Contacts and events everywhere - successful syncing between thunderbird and android with Baikal

Monday 14th of July 2014 08:45:29 PM
Contacts and events everywhere - successful syncing between thunderbird and android with BaikalI got a new Android phone lately and was wondering how to handle my life. New phone, new chances, new life ;-) I have a lots of contacts. I used to store addresses in an openLDAP server, but I found these hard to manage especially since Ubuntu 14.04 does not ship "luma" anymore! I used to run radicale, but I did not manage to fix my sync-performance issues.

When "Free" Can Suck

Monday 14th of July 2014 07:48:18 PM
"I'm sorry there kiddo. You can't watch a lot of videos or use your school's website because they depends on Flash. I'm also sorry that you can't play on miniclip.com or use some of your apps. Java doesn't work on your computer. But hey...ain't using Linux great anyway? Make sure to tell all your friends how great Linux is."Google's act of stripping Java support from Chrome severely cripples that browser. What they intend to replace it with still remains to be seen. Is Chrome following Apples lead in refusing to include Flash? At first blush, it would certainly seem so.

RDO Setup Two Real Node (Controller+Compute) IceHouse Neutron ML2&OVS&VLAN Cluster on CentOS 7

Monday 14th of July 2014 06:51:07 PM
As of 07/14/2014 Bug https://ask.openstack.org/en/question/35705/attempt-of-rdo-aio-install-icehouse-on-centos-7/ is still pending and workaround suggested above should be applied during two node RDO packstack installation.Successful implementation of Neutron ML2&&OVS&&VLAN multi node setup requires correct version of plugin.ini -[he]gt[/he] /etc/neutron/plugins/ml2/ml2_conf.ini which appears to be generated with errors by packstack.

Red Hat CEO Whitehurst on VMware, OpenStack and CentOS

Monday 14th of July 2014 05:53:56 PM
'Open source gives us brand permission to enter a ton of categories,' said Red Hat CEO Jim Whitehurst.

Justin Miller on how Mapbox runs like an open source project

Monday 14th of July 2014 04:56:45 PM
Justin Miller is an open source vet. He's the lead developer on the Mapbox mobile team, but he's been through the ranks. He worked on Linux.com, put in his time as a sysadmin, and then made his way into mobile development.read more

How to analyze Squid logs with SARG log analyzer on CentOS

Monday 14th of July 2014 03:59:34 PM
In a previous tutorial, we show how to configure a transparent proxy with Squid on CentOS. Squid provides many useful features, but analyzing a raw Squid log file is not straightfoward. For example, how could you analyze the time stamps and the number of hits in the following Squid log? 1404788984.429 1162 172.17.1.23 TCP_MISS/302 436 […]Continue reading...The post How to analyze Squid logs with SARG log analyzer on CentOS appeared first on Xmodulo.Related FAQs:How to set up a transparent HTTPS filtering proxy on CentOS How to set up Squid as a transparent web proxy on CentOS or RHEL How to configure network interfaces in CentOS How to set up VPN over SSH in Linux How to set up Open WebMail in CentOS

Raspberry Pi B+ Launched

Monday 14th of July 2014 03:02:23 PM
The Raspberry Pi B+ launched today with more capabilities while holding the same $35 price as its predecessor.

Inception team launches DevOps at Red Hat

Monday 14th of July 2014 02:05:12 PM
How do you kickstart a DevOps culture at your company? It's not easy, but focusing your team on the open source can be a big help. Many of the principles of DevOps are similar to the open source way like rapid prototyping, knowledge sharing, and collaboration.read more

How To Install & use Putty in Ubuntu Linux

Monday 14th of July 2014 01:08:01 PM
PuTTY is the most popular Windows SSH client. It supports flexible terminal setup, mid-session reconfiguration using Ctrl-rightclick, multiple X11 authentication protocols, and various other interesting things not provided by ssh in an xterm.

Is making your product free and open source crazy talk?

Monday 14th of July 2014 12:10:50 PM
Making money from open source. To many in the corporate world, that seems like a contradiction in terms. How are you supposed to make money from something that you give away? they ask. It can be done. A number of companies, large and small, have done quite well in the open source space over the years.read more

New Pfizer Breakthrough Miraculously Extends Lifespan Of Near-Death Patents

Monday 14th of July 2014 11:13:39 AM
NEW YORK — Hailing it as a groundbreaking discovery with far-ranging benefits, pharmaceutical company Pfizer announced a new breakthrough Friday that vastly extends the lifespan of near-death patents.

Linux Terminal: inxi – a full featured system information script

Monday 14th of July 2014 09:19:17 AM
Sometimes it’s useful to know which components you are using on a GNU/Linux computer or server, you can go with the long way, taking a look at the boot message for all the hardware discovered, use some terminal commands such as lsusb,lspci or lshw or some graphical tools such as hardinfo (my favourite graphical tool) or Inex/CPU-G. But I’ve discovered on my Linux Mint, that, by default, I’ve now a new option: inxi

Kickstarter, Etsy And Dwolla All Speak Out On Net Neutrality And Why The FCC's Plan Is Dangerous To Innovation

Monday 14th of July 2014 07:24:55 AM
During this open comment period for the FCC's proposed rulemaking on net neutrality, it's been great to see hundreds of thousands of comments go in to the FCC on the matter. It's also been fantastic to see that a number of innovative startups have decided to speak out on how important an open and free internet is for being able to build their businesses, to innovate and to compete on the modern internet. They also point out that the current plan from Commissioner Tom Wheeler would put that all at risk. Here are three interesting ones worth mentioning. http://www.techdirt.com/articles/20140710/17450827845/kickstarter-etsy-dwolla-all-speak-out-net-neutrality-why-fccs-plan-is-dangerous-to-innovation.shtml

Counting lines of code with cloc

Monday 14th of July 2014 05:30:33 AM
Are you working on a project and need to submit your progress, statistics or perhaps you need to calculate a value of your code? cloc is a powerful tool that allows you to count all lines of your code, exclude comment lines and white space and even sort it by programming language.

Battle Group 2 Action Game On Linux, My Thoughts

Monday 14th of July 2014 03:36:11 AM
Battle Group 2 was released for Linux this June, and it's a reasonably good little Linux game, so here are my thoughts on it.

Cubietruck review

Monday 14th of July 2014 01:41:49 AM
Designed for those who have outgrown the Cubieboard2, can the Cubietruck’s boosted specifications justify its increased selling price?

LXer Weekly Roundup for 13-Jul-2014

Sunday 13th of July 2014 11:47:27 PM
[url=http://lxer.com/team.php][img]http://lxer.com/content/Scott_Ruecker.jpg[/img][/url] [b]LXer Feature: 13-Jul-2014[/b]In the LXWR this week we have the popularity of Firefox on the wane, building with JFrog, 5 reasons to switch to Deepin and the Raspberry Pi compute Module explained. Enjoy!