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LXer: IBM will unite efforts with computing agency GENCI

3 hours 23 min ago
Paris, France – IBM (NYSE: IBM) formally announced on Friday its collaboration with french agency GENCI. The union aims to prepare scientific codes that could speed up the path to exascale computing, which is the ability of a computing system to perform at least one exaflop, or a billion billion calculations, in one second.

LXer: VMware goes container crazy with vSphere integrated containers

4 hours 21 min ago
You name the container, VMware is bringing it to VMware vSphere.

Phoronix: AMD's Open-Source Support Might Be Caught Up For Next-Gen GPUs

Sunday 30th of August 2015 06:37:54 PM
If you haven't read this morning's article about Running The AMD Radeon R9 Fury With AMD's New Open-Source Linux Driver, you should go do so, but the short version is that there's still much work left before the R9 Fury "Fiji" GPUs will be a worthwhile investment by Linux users...

Phoronix: A Word of Caution About LLVM/Clang 3.8 SVN On Ubuntu

Sunday 30th of August 2015 06:15:41 PM
For those who routinely build LLVM/Clang from SVN/Git or rely upon the LLVM.org APT repository, for at least some platforms the latest code is causing issues...

Slashdot: KDE Applications 15.08.0 Released

Sunday 30th of August 2015 05:00:05 PM

Reddit: [Discussion] Any recommendations for an easy-to-use Proxy Debugger / alternative Wireshark?

Sunday 30th of August 2015 06:53:41 AM

Hey guys,

I'm currently debugging some Android and FirefoxOS devices and I'm trying to look into what the OEM vendors are doing (debugging HTTP traffic via Wi-Fi AP). My host is of course Linux, but it's currently real pain to debug all that traffic with wireshark.

Is there an easier alternative available? My Google Fu is bad and doesn't show a thing with that crappy fuzzy search. Optimum case would be having an alternative to Fiddler (Windows) or Charles Proxy (OSX). I tried out the Charles download for Debian, but it has a totally buggy deb package that requires a shitload of java :-/

Please, no suggestions to use a Windows VM for debugging, because Mobile device > Wi-Fi AP > USB adapter > VM > Proxy debugger > NAT > Router > WAN would be real overkill for my 9 years old computer. I'm also physically bound to my ISPs Router, so I can't put another router in between (carrier-grade NAT would not allow it). As all German cable-provider devices, I have pretty much zero functionality there.

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LXer: PGP Encryption – A beginner’s guide

Sunday 30th of August 2015 06:07:22 AM
Let’s start with the basics: so what is encryption? Encryption is used to ensure that certain information doesn’t get into the wrong hands. It does this by making information impossible to read without the correct keys (in other words, the password)...

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