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How to install Sylius on Debian 8

2 hours 26 min ago
In this tutorial, we will explain how to install Sylius on a Debian 8 VPS with MariaDB, PHP-FPM and Nginx. Sylius is a modern e-commerce application build on top of Symfony 2 components.

Monitor Server Logs in Real-Time with "Log.io" Tool

4 hours 21 min ago
Log.io is a small simple but effective application build on top of Node.js and Socket.io, which allows to monitor Linux servers log files in real time through web interface screen widgets.

Maru, the Debian for Android Project, Goes Open Source

6 hours 15 min ago
The Maru project promises to bring an Android-based one for the phone that transforms into a Debian-based operating system when connected to a PC. Its developer has just announced that he's making the entire project open source.

LibreOffice 5.1 Looks Better and Plays Nicer with Other Office Apps

Saturday 13th of February 2016 07:26:59 AM
LibreOffice 5.1, the latest release of the open source office productivity suite from the Document Foundation, brings interface and compatibility updates.

Tempest, a good looking pirate ship combat game looks like it's coming to Linux

Saturday 13th of February 2016 05:32:37 AM
Tempest is a pretty good looking naval warfare game involving pirate ships, and it looks like it's coming over to Linux.

Modernizing the US Air Force, Linux tools, Cluster computing with Raspberry Pi, and more

Saturday 13th of February 2016 03:38:15 AM
In this week's Top 5 articles of the week, we highlight open source software to modernize a US Air Force command center, Linux monitoring tools, Cluster computing with Raspberry Pi and Kubernetes, a My Linux Story, and who uses Virtual Machines?Top 5 articles of the week5. Have you ever used a virtual machine?read more

Linux Commands to manage Local Accounts – useradd, usermod, chage & passwd

Saturday 13th of February 2016 01:43:53 AM
User administration is one of the important task of Linux system administrator. Local accounts or users in Linux like operating system is managed by useradd, usermod, userdel, chage and passwd commands.

Three tools to scan a Linux server for Malware and Rootkits

Friday 12th of February 2016 11:49:31 PM
Servers connected to the internet are seeing a constant level of attacks and scans all day. While a firewall and regular system updates are a good first defense to keep the system safe, you should also check regularly that no attacker got in. The tools described in this tutorial are made for these sanity checks, they scan for malware, viruses and rootkits.

ST releases free Linux IDE for its STM32 MCUs

Friday 12th of February 2016 10:40:54 PM
STMicroelectronics released free Linux dev tools for its 32-bit STM32 MCUs, including the STM32CubeMX config/init tool and the Eclipse-based SWSTM32 IDE. The 32-bit microcontroller world is starting to open up to Linux. This week the leading ARM Cortex-M vendor, STMicroelectronics (ST), released a free Linux desktop version of its development software for its line of […]

Canonical Will Be Present at MWC 2016 to Showcase Its Ubuntu Convergence

Friday 12th of February 2016 09:32:17 PM
MWC (Mobile World Congress) 2016 is nearly upon us, and one of the biggest attraction there will be, of course, Canonical's latest Ubuntu convergence features.

The talk about Vulkan at FOSDEM by Jason Ekstrand from Intel now has a video up

Friday 12th of February 2016 08:23:40 PM
For those wanting to listen to the actual talk Jason Ekstrand from Intel did about Vulkan you can now watch the video.

Is the vinyl LP an open music format?

Friday 12th of February 2016 07:15:03 PM
This is my first article for a new column here on Opensource.com about music from an open point of view. Some things I won't be doing: I won't be concentrating solely on music released under an open license. I won't be writing (much) about making one's own music. I won't be writing (much) about music theory or professional matters, or probably really very much of anything of interest to professional musicians.read more

US Air Force's Secure LPS (Lightweight Portable Security) Linux OS Gets Updated

Friday 12th of February 2016 06:06:26 PM
Lightweight Portable Security (LPS), a thin Linux kernel-based operating system that creates a secure end node from trusted media on almost any PC, has been updated recently to version 1.6.4.

100 ways to master the command line -- Part 1

Friday 12th of February 2016 04:57:49 PM
Conquer the command line with these essential terminal tips for controlling Linux

GPG: Using Your Key

Friday 12th of February 2016 03:49:12 PM
Welcome back to the GPG series, where we explore how to make use of GPG with other applications to secure and protect your data. In the first installment, we covered the functions of GPG. You learned about integrity, non-repudiation and... Continue Reading →

Should you get rid of your smartphone?

Friday 12th of February 2016 02:40:35 PM
We all know how useful smartphones are most of the time, but what do you do when your phone becomes an addiction? That happened to one woman, and she finally decided to get rid of her smartphone altogether.

Sharing the free software love #ilovefs

Friday 12th of February 2016 01:31:58 PM
I like to think of every day on Opensource.com as I love Free Software Day, but we couldn't miss celebrating the official I love Free Software Day 2016, too. Granted, the official day to say "thank you" is on February 14th, so we're showing our love a little early to make sure you don't miss it.read more

New Qualcomm Snapdragons target wearables and more

Friday 12th of February 2016 12:23:21 PM
Qualcomm unveiled a Snapdragon Wear 2100 chip for wearables, plus a 14nm octacore Snapdragon 625, and 28nm Snapdragon 435 and 425 SoCs. Only a few years ago, announcements of new Qualcomm Snapdragon announcements were somewhat tangential to embedded Linux and Android developers. Increasingly, however, Snapdragons are appearing on embedded SBCs and COMs and finding their way […]

Handheld Emulation: Achievement Unlocked!

Friday 12th of February 2016 11:14:44 AM
I love video game emulation. My favorite games were produced in the 1980sand 1990s, so if I want to play them, I almost always have to emulate theold systems. There is usually a legal concern about ROM files for games,even if you own the original cartridges, so I'm not going to tell youwhere to find ROMs to download or anything like that.

Install CumulusClips on CentOS 7

Friday 12th of February 2016 10:06:06 AM
CumulusClips is a free and open source video sharing script that allows users to create their own video sharing website just like one of the most popular websites around, Youtube. CumulusClips is very easy to use and its installation is fast and straightforward. In this article we will guide you through the installation of CumulusClips on a CentOS 7 VPS with Apache, PHP and Maria DB.

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The Influence of Debian in Linux Open Source Community

The Linux community, and the technology world in general, were shocked by the news of Ian’s Murdock tragic death a couple of weeks ago – and rightfully so. Ian’s legacy and vision as the founder of the Debian project not only influenced many others who went on to start their own distributions, but also were the means to create a rock-solid operating system that many individuals and businesses of all sizes have used for more than 20 years. Read more EOL:

  • Debian 6 LTS reaches end-of-life on February 29 - it's time to upgrade
    The Debian Long Term Support team has announced that Debian 6 - a long term support release - will stop receiving updates on February 29, 2016. Debian 6 was first released on February 6, 2011, and saw ten point releases while it was supported by the main nucleus of the Debian community. Since July 19, 2014, maintenance of Debian 6 has been left to the Long Term Support team.
  • Debian GNU/Linux 6.0 LTS "Squeeze" to Reach End-of-Life on February 29, 2016
    Today, February 12, 2016, the Debian Project has announced that the long-term supported Debian GNU/Linux 6.0 (Squeeze) is about to reach end-of-life (EOL) in approximately two weeks, on February 29, 2016.

Fysbis: The Linux Backdoor Used by Russian Hackers

Fysbis (or Linux.BackDoor.Fysbis) is a new malware family that targets Linux machines, on which it sets up a backdoor that allows the malware's author to spy on victims and carry out further attacks. Read more

Faking Open, Debian Influence, Da Linux

Matt Asay today said that there is no money in Open Source software because the "open source companies" that get rich don't do it with Open Source software. The big story today must be the Russian government's plan to dump Windows for Linux. Debian 6.0 will reach its end-of-life at the end of the month and Tecmint.com recently looked at the influence Debian has had on the Linux community. A new website helps you decide what you can do for Fedora and I Love Free Software day approacheth. New openSUSE Board member Bryan Lunduke sees some problems in KDE Neonland and Swapnil Bhartiya shared his picks for best distros of 2016. Read more

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