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Oracle's NetBeans Headed to The Apache Software Foundation

Tuesday 13th of September 2016 05:00:30 PM
It wasn't going to go to Eclipse right?

Traditional marketing is dead

Tuesday 13th of September 2016 01:14:49 PM
The power of partners is incalculable. Again and again, open source communities prove that to all of us at Red Hat. The more smart people you assemble as you undertake an important endeavor, the more effective, flexible, and innovative the solutions you'll discover.And yet that's not how the marketing business has traditionally more

PostgreSQL 9.5: A quick start on Fedora 24

Tuesday 13th of September 2016 12:17:38 PM
PostgreSQL is one of the most popular object-relational database management system (shortened to ORDBMS) and is 100% open-source. It is not purely about relations anymore: PostgreSQL is more and more about NoSQL as well. The following article is a short tutorial to... Continue Reading →

Join Canonical in London for a Technical Introduction to Ubuntu Core and Snaps

Tuesday 13th of September 2016 10:57:21 AM
Canonical is very serious about its innovative Snappy technologies in Ubuntu, and they would like you to join them for a technical introduction to Ubuntu Snappy Core operating system and Snaps.

Debian Stable 8.5: Like Ubuntu's early days

Tuesday 13th of September 2016 10:00:10 AM
Debian Stable 8.5 is reminiscent of Ubuntu’s early days. It’s stable and fast, but just a wee bit stale.

elementary OS 0.4 Loki Screencast and Screenshots

Tuesday 13th of September 2016 09:02:59 AM
After a little over a year of development, elementary is proud to announce the stable release of elementary OS Loki. Loki is the newest version of elementary OS, a design-oriented and open source Linux-based operating system for desktops and laptops. It succeeds Freya which was released in April of 2015.

Let's Encrypt Aiming to Encrypt the Web

Tuesday 13th of September 2016 08:05:48 AM
VIDEO: Josh Aas, executive director of the Internet Security Research Group, discusses Let's Encrypt's mission and the technology that enables it.

Two critical bugs and more malicious apps make for a bad week for Android

Tuesday 13th of September 2016 07:08:37 AM
The vulnerabilities, which are similar in severity to the Stagefright family of bugs disclosed last year, have been fixed in updates Google began distributing Tuesday. A large percentage of Android phones, however, aren't eligible to receive the fixes. Even those that do qualify don't receive them immediately (the September updates are currently not available as over-the-air downloads for either of the Nexus 5X devices in my household). That gives attackers crude blueprints for exploiting vulnerabilities that remain unpatched on millions of devices.

OpenDayLight Boron Set to Stabilize Open-Source SDN

Tuesday 13th of September 2016 06:11:26 AM
The open-source OpenDayLight Software Defined Networking (SDN) project is set to debut its fifth release this week, code named Boron. The Boron release follows the Beryllium update which debuted in February.

Linus Torvalds reveals his favorite programming laptop

Tuesday 13th of September 2016 05:14:15 AM
It[he]#039[/he]s the Dell XPS 13 Developer Editon, here[he]#039[/he]s why.

The end of design summits, launching a server with Ansible, and more OpenStack news

Tuesday 13th of September 2016 04:17:04 AM
Are you interested in keeping track of what is happening in the open source cloud? is your source for news in OpenStack, the open source cloud infrastructure project. There is a lot of interesting stuff being written about OpenStack. Here's a sampling from some of our favorites.

Install GitBucket on Ubuntu 16.04

Tuesday 13th of September 2016 03:19:53 AM
In this article, we will explain how to install GitBucket on an Ubuntu 16.04 VPS with Nginx as a reverse proxy. GitBucket is a Git platform powered by Scala with Github API compatibility. Some of the main features include public and private Git repositories, plug-in system, wiki, online editor, notifications …etc.

iMX6-based IoT module gains an easily customizable carrier board

Tuesday 13th of September 2016 02:22:42 AM
Gumstix unveiled a baseboard for TechNexion’s Linux-friendly, i.MX6-based, Pico-IM6X COM that can be customized with its Geppetto design service. Gumstix continues its Geppetto tour of major IoT-oriented ARM computer-on-modules with a customizable “PICO-IMX6 Development Board” designed to actualize the TechNexion PICO-IMX6 module.

Ubuntu Snappy Core 16 Beta Images Are Now Available for PC and Raspberry Pi 3

Tuesday 13th of September 2016 01:25:31 AM
The Ubuntu Snappy team, through Michael Vogt, was pleased to announce the availability of the first Beta images of the long-anticipated Ubuntu Snappy Core 16 operating system for embedded and IoT devices.

You’re a step closer to getting $55 from the PS3 Linux debacle lawsuit

Tuesday 13th of September 2016 12:28:20 AM
Open up your wallets—Sony might have as much as $55 for you. PlayStation 3 owners who lost the ability to run Linux on their consoles following a 2010 firmware update should soon be getting a notice from the console maker that it is settling a class-action lawsuit over the debacle.

The Future at the Internet's Edge

Monday 12th of September 2016 11:31:09 PM
With the current focus on the cloud it might seem that the Internet works from the center out -- if the Internet can be said to have a center. And with the massive move of IT infrastructure to the cloud, DevOps folks might be wondering what this means for the future of their careers and if increasing centralization will mean a shrinking job market, a question Robert Shimp with Oracle's Linux and virtualization unit, took a stab at answering at last month's LinuxCon.

Is Debian the gold standard for Linux security?

Monday 12th of September 2016 10:33:58 PM
Also in today's open source roundup: DistroWatch reviews Apricity OS 07.2016, and 10 big improvements in Android 7.0 Nougat.

Google Developer Kees Cook Details The Linux Kernel Self-Protection Project

Monday 12th of September 2016 09:36:47 PM
At the Linux Security Summit last month, Google developer Kees Cook shared the current workings of the Kernel Self-Protection Project (KSPP). The project, he said, goes beyond user space and even beyond kernel integrity. The idea is to implement changes to help the kernel protect itself.

How to Install Ghost Blog Software with Apache and SSL on Ubuntu 16.04

Monday 12th of September 2016 08:39:36 PM
Ghost is a powerful Open Source publishing and blog platform that is beautifully designed and easy to use. Ghost is written in javascript and uses node.js as runtime environment. This tutorial shows the installation of the Ghost Blog software with Apache and SSL on Ubuntu 16.04.

Xen Project patches serious virtual machine escape flaws

Monday 12th of September 2016 07:42:25 PM
The Xen Project has fixed four vulnerabilities in its widely used virtualization software, two of which could allow malicious virtual machine administrators to take over host servers.

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FreeBSD 11.0 Final Release ISO Images Available For Download

The Final Release of FreeBSD 11.0 is scheduled for Wednesday, September 28, 2016. However, the release builds have started to appear on FreeBSD’s FTP mirrors and you can download the final ISO right now. Read more

Android Leftovers

A short critique of Stallmanism

I like Stallman and tend to agree with him often: regarding software, or other politics. This article tries to constructively criticize some parts of the free software movement's ideology, which I collectively refer to as "Stallmanism" (only as pun). It is not an attempt at a personal attack on Stallman, and by reading further you will probably see my politics are very far from that: I coined the term Stallmanism simply because he is at the center of the movement and himself a primary source of the ideas I am critiquing. Read more

Google may unveil merged Android and Chrome OS, dubbed Andromeda, at event

If you thought Google’s October 4 event — where the firm is rumored to launch two smartphones, Google Home, Daydream VR, Chromecast Ultra, and Wi-Fi Routers — wasn’t packed enough, think again. It has been a long time coming, but Google may finally offer a peak at Andromeda, an operating system that sees the merger of Android and Chrome OS. Andromeda is the code name for the long-rumored merger, and Android Police says it have been sitting on a rumor that Google may demo the OS in October. What made the company share it now? A tweet from Hiroshi Lockheimer, senior vice president of Android, Chrome OS, and Google Play at Google. Read more