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Open source moves from accepted to expected

  • Opensource.com; By Robin Muilwijk (Posted by Scott_Ruecker on Oct 19, 2014 3:07 PM EDT)
  • Story Type: Interview
Dwight Merriman is executive chairman and co-founder of MongoDB, an open source document database. Prior to MongoDB, Dwight was co-founder of DoubleClick and Panther Express (CDNetworks). He will give a keynote at the upcoming All Things Open conference in Raleigh this year. In this interview, I asked him a few questions about open source, MongoDB's business model, the challenges of hiring developers, and more. Dwight discusses open source and how it has moved from being accepted to expected.

Send video to Chromecast or Roku with Firefox for Android

Mozilla adds a new feature to the overlooked Firefox mobile browser that allows you to play any web video on a compatible device. Interconnected devices are becoming more and more ubiquitous, with TV-connected devices such as Chromecast being easily controlled from any phone, tablet or computer with a Chrome browser installed. This remote play feature is now being made available for Firefox on Android, similar to YouTube remote play.

CAINE 6 “Dark Matter” review

  • LinuxBSDos; By finid (Posted by finid on Oct 19, 2014 11:18 AM EDT)
  • Story Type: Reviews
CAINE 6 uses an installation application called systemback and is the first CAINE installer that I could not use. No matter where I tried to install CAINE 6, systemback failed to start.

Microsoft withdraws another buggy update

Microsoft has withdrawn an update released this past Tuesday due to user reports of system reboots after installation.

Mobile pico projector does surround sound too

A mobile, Android A/V robot on Kickstarter called the “Keecker” offers surround sound, a pico projector, a panoramic camera, sensors, and 1TB of storage. The word “robot” is never used on the Keecker Kickstarter page, but the device rolls around like other household bots. The Keecker navigates with the help of smartphone instructions, as well […]

Open source drones, open source in Europe, and more

In this week's edition of our open source news roundup, we take a look at open source in Europe, Adobe dropping support for Linux, open source drones, and more! Open source news for your reading pleasure. October 11 - 17, 2014 read more

Open Source Women, Preinstalled Linux & the SF Giants

Glaringly left out, of course, is one of the better Linux hardware makers, ZaReason, a long-time FOSS manufacturer of a wide range of hardware, from tablets to servers. Truth in advertising: I have a long history of using ZaReason hardware, and every laptop and desktop that I’ve had — whether for review or purchase — has been outstanding. The laptop I once used on a daily basis was absconded by my teenage daughter, who now puts the hardware through some pretty rigorous paces for an out-of-production model (an Alto 3880).

CAINE Linux Distribution Helps Investigators With Forensic Analysis

There is no shortage of Linux distributions to serve specific markets and use cases. In the security market, a number of Linux distributions are widely used, including Kali Linux, which is popular with security penetration testers.

Nintendo Bricks Wii U Consoles Unless Owners Agree To New EULA

Nintendo: it protects what it believes it owns with great vigor. The company has rarely missed an opportunity to make sure that other people are not allowed to alter or mess with the stuff Nintendo insists is Nintendo's. In an apparent effort to maximize the irony combo-meter, Nintendo also has been known to make sure that customers don't mess with or alter the properties those customers actually own, such as online support for games that Nintendo decided to alter long after purchase... just because.

But the cold grip of Nintendo's control over its customers' property is apparently no longer limited to games. Nintendo recently released an update for the Wii U that forces you to "agree" to a new end-user license agreement, or else it simply bricks the console altogether.

Kickstarter pulls Anonabox, a Tor-enabled router that raised over $585,000

Kickstarter removed a fundraiser for a popular Tor-based router project on Friday afternoon.

Marble Atlas Review - Alternative to Google Earth

  • TuxArena; By Craciun Dan (Posted by Chris7mas on Oct 18, 2014 8:03 PM EDT)
  • Groups: KDE; Story Type: News Story
Marble is a 3D virtual globe application which features various map views, Internet services integration for geographical and meteorological data, satellite views, routes suggestions, plugins.

Mysterious campaign appears to be latest salvo in net neutrality battle

Telecom industry’s stealth campaign uses everything from art installations to LOLcats.

Top 5 articles of the week: We berry much love the Raspberry Pi B+

Every week, I tally the numbers and listen to the buzz to bring you the best of last week's open source news and stories on Opensource.com, this week October 13 - 17, 2014. read more

8 Feed Readers for Linux

  • TuxArena; By Craciun Dan (Posted by Chris7mas on Oct 18, 2014 2:20 PM EDT)
  • Story Type: Reviews
This is an overview of eight feed readers for Linux, including two which are web-based.

Tails 1.2 Screenshot Tour

Tails, The Amnesic Incognito Live System, version 1.2, is out. This release fixes numerous security issues and all users must upgrade as soon as possible. Major new features: install (most of) the Tor browser, replacing our previous Iceweasel-based browser, the version installed is from TBB 4.0 and is based on Firefox 31.2.0esr, this fixes the POODLE vulnerability; upgrade Tor to 0.2.5.8-rc; confine several important applications with AppArmor. Bug fixes: install Linux kernel 3.16.5. Minor improvements: upgrade I2P to 0.9.15 and isolate I2P traffic from the Tor Browser by adding a dedicated I2P Browser, also, start I2P automatically upon network connection, when the i2p boot option is added; make it clear that TrueCrypt will be removed in Tails 1.2.1 and document how to open TrueCrypt volumes with cryptsetup.

OpenStack Summit interview series: the road to Kilo

  • Opensource.com (Posted by bob on Oct 18, 2014 10:31 AM EDT)
  • Story Type: Interview
It's a busy time of the year for OpenStack, with the Juno release just out the door and planning for the upcoming release Kilo already underway. In celebration of new release and the OpenStack Summit in Paris on November 3-7, Opensource.com is featuring a number of interviews with key speakers at the event. read more

Ghost in the (Bourne Again) Shell: Fallout of Shellshock far from over

The problem with Shellshock is similar to problems that emerged after the Heartbleed bug and numerous other vulnerabilities—while organizations struggle to understand the disclosures, how they affect their systems, and how to successfully implement patches, others—including security researchers—race to build proof-of-concept attacks based on them to demonstrate exactly how dire they are. And those proofs of concept often get picked up by cybercriminals and others with bad intent before organizations can effectively patch them—using them to exploit systems in ways that are much longer-lasting than the vulnerability du jour.

Fedora conference coming next week for Latin America

  • Fedora Magazine; By William Moreno (Posted by bob on Oct 18, 2014 6:32 AM EDT)
  • Story Type: Announcements; Groups: Fedora
The organizing team of Managua FUDCon 2014, led by the event organizer Neville Cross, is pleased to announce that the Fedora Users and Developers Conference Latin America (FUDCon LATAM) will start on Thursday, October 23.

Cloud 5: GE all in on public cloud, IBM-SAP cloud partnership, Big data and the cloud

This week, we look at GE going all in on the public cloud, the impact of the cloud on the recent corporate splits at HP, Symantec and eBay and the IBM-SAP cloud partnership.

Top 4 Linux network managers

  • Linux User Developer - the Linux and FOSS mag for a GNU generation; By Rob Zwetsloot (Posted by bob on Oct 18, 2014 4:38 AM EDT)
  • Story Type: Reviews; Groups: Developer, GNU, Linux
Fundamental utilities and long-time favourites all go head-to-head as we pick the network manager that offers the complete package

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