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Linux 5.3 rc5

Monday 19th of August 2019 01:00:00 AM

Linus Torvalds: Another week, another -rc.

What salary can a sysadmin expect to earn?

Sunday 18th of August 2019 05:00:00 PM

Here are some current figures on system administrator salaries to help you toward your next steps

How To Reset/Change The NagiosAdmin Password in Linux?

Sunday 18th of August 2019 01:00:00 PM

2DayGeek: Easy way to reset/change the Nagios Admin password in Linux

Violin - minimalistic desktop music player

Saturday 17th of August 2019 05:00:00 PM

There's a new music player on the block. It's called Violin

How to Setup SSH Passwordless Login in Debian 10

Saturday 17th of August 2019 01:00:00 PM

Tecmint: SSH (Secure Shell) is a popular and widely used tool for remote login and file transfers over insecure networks, that uses encryption to secure the connection between a client and a server.

A compendium of container escapes

Saturday 17th of August 2019 02:00:00 AM

Brandon Edwards, Chief Scientist at Capsule8, talks about about a compendium of container escapes, and the RunC vulnerability in particular.

How To Set up Automatic Security Update (Unattended Upgrades) on Debian/Ubuntu?

Friday 16th of August 2019 10:00:00 PM

2DayGeek: Unattended Upgrades utility allows you to install security updates automatically.

Oracle Is Working To Upstream More Of DTrace To The Linux Kernel & eBPF Implementation

Friday 16th of August 2019 08:00:00 PM

Phoronix: Oracle now says they are working towards upstreaming more work as well as getting an eBPF-based implementation for the kernel.

CloudBees Advances State of the DevOps World

Friday 16th of August 2019 07:00:00 PM

At its annual user conference, CloudBees previews a new Software Delivery Management platform as the DevOps vendor celebrates 15 years of Jenkins.

Keeping track of Linux users: When do they log in and for how long?

Friday 16th of August 2019 06:00:00 PM

Getting an idea how often your users are logging in and how much time they spend on a Linux server is pretty easy

10 ways DevOps helps digital transformation

Friday 16th of August 2019 05:00:00 PM

DevOps plays an essential role in digital transformation - from identifying patterns to uncovering new revenue streams.

How to explain Kubernetes Secrets in plain English

Friday 16th of August 2019 04:00:00 PM

What is a Kubernetes secret?

How to Backup Application Settings in Ubuntu using Mackup

Friday 16th of August 2019 03:00:00 PM

This article shows how to install and use Mackup using two different methods on Ubuntu.

How to Install Pico CMS with Nginx and Let's Encrypt on CentOS 7

Friday 16th of August 2019 02:00:00 PM

Pico is an open-source simple and fast flat-file CMS written in PHP.

Steganography - Hide Files Inside Images In Linux

Friday 16th of August 2019 01:00:00 PM

5 Different Ways To Hide Files Inside Images In Linux

How to Install Redis on Ubuntu

Friday 16th of August 2019 12:00:00 PM

Tecmint: Redis is an advanced persistent key-value database with a network interface and key features such as built-in replication

Apollo data graph brings managed federation to enterprises

Friday 16th of August 2019 02:00:00 AM

The new Apollo update is intended to enable organizations to federate multiple enterprise data sets more easily and use APIs to tap into disparate data sources.

A look at MX Linux 18.3

Thursday 15th of August 2019 10:00:00 PM

gHacks: Installation of MX Linux was an absolute breeze, with one of the easiest graphical installation tools I have used thus far in my Linux history.

Apache Hive vs. Apache HBase: Which is the query performance champion?

Thursday 15th of August 2019 08:00:00 PM Let's look closely at the Apache Hive and Apache HBase to understand which one can cope better with query performance.

Best Chromebook laptops for school

Thursday 15th of August 2019 07:00:00 PM

ZDnet: And, as it happens, they're also the best Chromebook laptops for home or work, too.

More in Tux Machines

Welcome to the August 2019 Friends of GNOME Update!

Neil, Molly, and Rosanna went to OSCON, in Portland, OR. While there, we met with people from other free software projects and companies developing open source, or with open source programs offices. Following OSCON, there was the West Coast Hackfest, during which the Documentation, GTK, and Engagement teams met and got a bunch of work done. There are some photos you can check out on our Twitter account. Molly attended FrOSCon, giving a keynote entitled “Open Source Citizenship for Everyone!” On September 17th, Molly will be at GitLab Commit in Brooklyn, NY. Federico Mena will be at CCOSS in Guadalajara, México, September 14 – 15th. There he will run a workshop on GNOME and deliver a keynote presentation. Read more

Cryptocurrency OS Makes It Easy to Buy and Spend Digital Cash

Cryptocurrency OS is a specialty Linux distribution that serves a niche user market destined to grow as the crypto economy continues to develop. This distro is packed with all the tools you need to create and manage your crypto accounts. It also is a fully functional Linux operating system. It is easy to use this distro as your daily computing platform. Read more

today's leftovers

  • Voyager Live 10 overview | The spirit of open source in the heart of the digital world

    In this video, I am going to show an overview of Voyager Live 10 and some of the applications pre-installed.

  • Cantor and the support for Jupyter notebooks at the finish line

    Hello everyone! It's been almost three weeks since my last post and this is going to be my my final post in this blog. So, I want to summarize all my work done in this GSoC project. Just to remember again, the goal of the project was to add the support for Jupiter notebooks to Cantor. This format is widely used in the scientific and education areas, mostly by the application Jupyter, and there is a lot of content available on the internet in this format (for example, here). By adding the support of this format in Cantor we’ll allow Cantor users access this content. This is short description, if you more intersted, you can found more details in my proporsal. [...] This is all for the limitations, I think. Let's talk about future plans and perspectives. In my opinion, this project has reached its initial goals, is finished now and will only need maintenance and support in terms of bug fixing and adjustment to potential format changes in future. When talking more generally, this project is part of the current overall development activities in Cantor to improve the usability and the stability of the application and to extend the feature set in order to enable more workflows and to reach to a bigger audience with this. See 19.08 and 18.12 release announcements to read more about the developments in the recent releases of Cantor. Support of the Jupyter notebook format is a big step into this direction but this not all. We have already many other items in our backlog like for the UX improvements, plots integration improvements going into this direction. Some of this items will be addressed soon. Some of them are something for the next GSoC project next year maybe? I think, that's all for now. Thank you for reading this blog and thank you for your interest in my project. Working on this project was a very interesting and pleasant period of my life. I am happy that I had this opportunity and was able to contribute to KDE and especially to Cantor with the support of my mentor Alexander Semke.

  • My Open-Source Activities from January to August 2019

    Debian is a general-purpose Linux distribution that is widely used on the planet. I am a Debian Developer who works on packages related to Android SDK and the Java ecosystem. I started a new package in an attempt to build the Android framework android.jar using the upstream build systems involving Ninja, Soong and others. Since the beginning we have been writing our own (very simple) makefiles to build the binaries in AOSP because their build logic tends to be simple and straightforward, until we worked on android.jar. Building it requires digging in so much code that it became incredibly hard to maintain, which is why we still haven’t brought in any newer version since android-framework-23. This is problematic as developers can’t build any apps that target Android 7+. After a month of work, this package is finally done. After all its dependencies are packaged in the future, it will be good to upload. This is where the students of Google Summer of Code (GSoC) come in!

  • iMars Black is an Inexpensive Bluetooth 5.0 USB Audio Transmitter & Receiver
  • This Linux computer plus router is the size of a ring box

    The VoCore2 Mini Linux Computer packs a wireless router and 16M of onboard storage into a cube about the size of a coin. Just hook it up to any display monitor through a standard USB2.0 port, and you're ready to put it to work. With 128MB of DDR2 memory and an MT7628AN MIPS processor, it's equally useful as a streaming station, VPN gateway, data storage - you name it.

  • Dive into the life and legacy of Alan Turing: 5 books and more

    Another well-known fact about Turing was his conviction for "gross indecency" because of his homosexuality, and the posthumous apology and pardon issued over more a half a decade after Turing’s death. But beyond all of this, who was Alan Turing? Here are six books that delve deeply into the life and legacy of Alan Turing. Collectively, these books cover his life, both professional and personal, and work others have done to build upon Turing’s ideas. Individually, or collectively, these works allow the reader to learn who Alan Turing was beyond just a few well-known, broad-stroke themes.

  • Security updates for Friday

    Security updates have been issued by Debian (cups, nginx, and openjdk-7), Fedora (httpd, mod_md, nghttp2, and patch), and SUSE (rubygem-loofah).

  • Epyc Encryption | TechSNAP 410

    It's CPU release season and we get excited about AMD's new line of server chips. Plus our take on AMD's approach to memory encryption, and our struggle to make sense of Intel's Comet Lake line. Also, a few Windows worms you should know about, the end of the road for EV certs, and an embarrassing new Bluetooth attack.

Android Leftovers