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WordPress 4.9.6 Update Helps Websites Prepare for GDPR

A week ahead of the GDPR deadline, new open-source WordPress content management system update provides administrators with capabilities to protect user privacy.

This Week in Open Source News: Sprint Joins LF Networking Fund, Blockchain Consolidation Predictions & More

  • Linux.com (Posted by bob on May 20, 2018 11:35 AM EDT)
  • Story Type: Roundups; Groups: Linux
This week in open source and Linux news, Hyperledger's Brian Behlendorf predicts blockchain consolidation, Sprint joins LFN and ORAN Alliance, AGL is furthering the connected car movement in new and comprehensive ways, and more!

Get started with Apache Cassandra on Fedora

  • Fedora Magazine; By Augusto Caringi (Posted by bob on May 20, 2018 9:40 AM EDT)
  • Story Type: Tutorial; Groups: Apache, Fedora
NoSQL databases are every bit as popular today as more conventional, relational ones. One of the most popular NoSQL systems is Apache Cassandra. It’s designed to deal with big data, and can be scaled across large numbers of servers. This makes it resilient and highly available.

Whats a hero without a villain? How to add one to your Python game

In the previous articles in this series (see part 1, part 2, part 3, and part 4), you learned how to use Pygame and Python to spawn a playable character in an as-yet empty video game world. But, what's a hero without a villain? Add one for your hero to fight.

Weekend Reading: Backups

  • Linux Journal; By Carlie Fairchild (Posted by bob on May 20, 2018 5:52 AM EDT)
  • Story Type: Roundups; Groups: Community, Linux
A roundup of stories/articles for weekend reading.

Red Hat Virtualization 4.2 Adds New SDN, High-Performance Features

While containers and Kubernetes are among the hottest areas in application deployment, enterprises are still deploying virtual machines and hypervisors. To help support the continued demand for virtualization, Red Hat announced its Red Hat Virtualization 4.2 update on May 15.

6 Industrial Touch-Panel Computers Based on the Raspberry Pi

Touch-panel systems based on Linux, and to a lesser extent, Android, are gaining share from those that use the still widely used Windows Embedded, and over the past year, several Raspberry Pi based systems have reached market. Here we look at six RPi-based contenders.

Welcome Our New Google Summer of Code Students

KDE Student Programs is happy to present our 2018 Google Summer of Code students to the KDE Community. Students will work on improving KStars for Android. Traditionally, Google Summer of Code starts with an introduction period where students get to know their mentors, after which they start coding. The coding period for 2018 has began on May 14, and will last until August 6. We wish all our students a productive, successful, and fun summer!

Ubuntu crontab – Automate System Tasks

In this tutorial, we will show you, how to use the Ubuntu crontab. In a few simple steps, we will explain, how to automate your system tasks on your Ubuntu server, using the crontab in Ubuntu. The cron software utility is a time-based job scheduler in Unix-like operating systems. Cron is driven by a crontab (cron table) file, a configuration file that specifies shell commands to run periodically on a given schedule.

Purism's New Purekey OpenPGP Security Token, Windows 10 Now Includes OpenSSH, Vim 8.1 Released and More

News briefs for May 18, 2018.

How to Install a Kubernetes Docker Cluster on CentOS 7

In this tutorial, I will show you step-by-step how to install and configure Kubernetes and Docker on CentOS 7. Kubernetes is an open source platform for managing containerized applications developed by Google. It allows you to manage, scale, and automatically deploy your containerized applications in the clustered environment.

How to Fix the No Sound Issue in Ubuntu

An issue often faced by Ubuntu users after upgrading to a new version is the “no-sound” problem. Luckily, it’s a pretty easy problem to resolve.

Plasma 5.13 Beta

Today KDE unveils a beta release of Plasma 5.13.0. Members of the Plasma team have been working hard to continue making Plasma a lightweight and responsive desktop which loads and runs quickly, but remains full-featured with a polished look and feel.

Creating A Bootable Usb On Linux

In 2018 media such as CD’s and DVD’s have almost died out, with USB drives holding more capacity and being produced relatively cheaply. This means it makes more sense and is better value to use USB drives in place of CD’s or DVD’s.

This article looks at how to create a bootable USB drives for various uses.

Hands-On with First Lubuntu 18.10 Build Featuring the LXQt Desktop by Default

The Lubuntu development team promised to finally switch from LXDE (Lightweight X11 Desktop Environment) to the more modern and actively maintained LXQt (Lightweight Qt Desktop Environment), and the switch is now official.

How to Install Android in Dual Boot with Linux

Running Android is not just for tech nerds, it also saves battery life and gives you access to applications only available to Android. Note that many applications check if you have a full phone and refuses to run on anything else than real device. This tutorial will show you how to dual boot Android and Linux.

Raspberry Pi gets in touch with touch panels

The Raspberry Pi 3 and RPi 3 Compute Module are quickly expanding into the industrial touch-panel market. Here’s a guide to six RPi-based contenders. In the smart home, voice agents are increasingly replacing the smartphone touchscreen interface as the primary human-machine interface (HMI). Yet, in noisier industrial and retail IoT environments, touchscreens are usually the […]

SiFive Releases 'Expansion Board' to Build Interest in RISC-V Processor

Like ARM processors, the U540 sips power, and they already seem capable of doing the type of heavy lifting required of servers. Sherwani told us it would be years before that's possible, but this year two Linux distributions, Debian and Red Hat's Fedora, have been ported to run on the architecture.

Getting started with regular expressions

  • Opensource.com (Posted by bob on May 19, 2018 3:10 AM EDT)
  • Groups: Linux; Story Type: News Story
Regular expressions can be one of the most powerful tools in your toolbox as a Linux user, system administrator, or even as a programmer. It can also be one of the most daunting things to learn, but it doesn't have to be! While there are an infinite number of ways to write an expression, you don't have to learn every single switch and flag. In this short how-to, I'll show you a few simple ways to use regex that will have you running in no time and share some follow-up resources that will make you a regex master if you want to be. read more

AsteroidOS 1.0 Released, Net Neutrality Update, Qt 3D Studio 2.0 Beta Now Available and More

News briefs for May 17, 2018.

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