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Google's brand new OS could replace Android

  • The Register; By Andrew Orlowski (Posted by bob on Aug 16, 2016 12:20 AM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story; Groups: Android
webOS, BeOS and Android heritage. The source code of Google's latest operating system has emerged, and it looks like all new code from the ground up.

Podcasting patent troll fights EFF on appeal, hoping to save itself

The owner of a patent on podcasting is hoping to snatch victory from the jaws of defeat. Personal Audio and its owner, Jim Logan, lost their patent last year after lawyers from the Electronic Frontier Foundation showed the US Patent and Trademark Office that various types of Internet broadcasts pre-date the patent, which claims a 1996 priority date.

How To Disable An Internal Built In Keyboard or Touchpad in Linux

If you do a Google search about it, most of the forum replies are telling people that there is no way you can disable a keyboard or touchpad from Linux. This is not true, at all. Pretty much ANY piece of hardware can be disabled in Linux via the command line.

Automatically Deploy Build Images with Travis

This is the third and last tutorial in our series about creating CICD pipelines with Docker containers. Part one focused on how to use Docker Hub to automatically build your application images, and part two used the online Travis-ci platform to automate the process of running those units tests.

4MParted 19.0 Distrolette Now In Beta, Based on 4MLinux 19.0 and GParted 0.26.1

4MLinux developer Zbigniew Konojacki informs Softpedia today about the availability of the first public Beta release of the upcoming 4MParted distrolette people can use to partition disk drives independent of a computer OS.

Maui 1 Screenshot Tour

Maui will continue as the full desktop version of the previously Kubuntu-based Netrunner line. What basically equals Netrunner+1 is simply released under the new name 'Maui 1'. Being based on KDE neon, Maui also marks the transition to an LTS base, where some parts are receiving regular updates during its life cycle (so called 'partially rolling'). The main parts which will be kept up-to-date are Plasma, Frameworks and KDE Applications, single ones like Firefox and Thunderbird, plus anything that gets updated on Xenial via backporting. This allows us to frequently release updated ISOs shipping the latest KDE software.

Compilation and Installation of PSAD for IPFire firewall

  • Howtoforge Linux Howtos und Tutorials (Posted by bob on Aug 15, 2016 6:37 PM EDT)
  • Groups: Linux; Story Type: News Story
This article is about compilation and installation of PSAD (Port Scan Attack Detector) for IPFire (Linux based firewall). However, a development environment for the IPFire will be setup for the compilation of new plugin (PSAD in this case).

Why private clouds will suffer a long, slow death

  •; By Bernard Golden (Posted by abennett on Aug 15, 2016 5:40 PM EDT)
  • Story Type: Editorial; Groups: Cloud
While private cloud proponents have spent the last five years focusing on getting their IaaS offerings working, Amazon, Microsoft and Google have moved way beyond core computing services. And you don’t have to strain to hear the death knell sounding for the private cloud.

Testing Network Connectivity for Applications in Containers

  • - Original Content (Posted by bob on Aug 15, 2016 4:43 PM EDT)
  • Groups: Kernel, Linux; Story Type: News Story
Testing applications is a critical part of software development as illustrated by the rise of continuous integration and automated testing. In his upcoming LinuxCon + ContainerCon talk -- Testing Applications with Traffic Control in Containers -- Alban Crequy will focus on one area of testing that is difficult to automate: poor network connectivity. He will describe a testing approach which emulates network connectivity and which integrates existing Linux kernel features into higher level tools such as Kubernetes and Weave Scope.

Storage Solutions - All You Need To Know

  •; By Mohd Sohail (Posted by MohdSohail on Aug 15, 2016 3:46 PM EDT)
  • Story Type: Reviews; Groups: Linux
Being a computer user, at some point of time we all were introduced to the fear of losing our ?data?. I know it sounds familiar because we all love our data. The data can be of many types but most importantly you would not like to know that your precious pictures have been deleted due to new ??operating system?? installation or hard drive has been damaged. In this article, I'll discuss the importance of cloud storage and different popular cloud storage that provide more free space.

Will Google replace Android with Fuchsia?

Also in today's open source roundup: Is it wrong to run Microsoft software in Linux? And DistroWatch reviews Zenwalk Linux 8.0.

Analyzing Data

My first Web-related job was in 1995, developing Web applications for a number of properties at Time Warner. When I first started there, we had a handful of programmers and managers handling all of the tasks. But over time, as happens in all growing companies and organizations, we started to specialize.

Flatpak: A new framework for building and distributing desktop applications

Fragmentation is a longstanding Achilles heel for the Linux desktop. In a world of myriad incompatible distributions, popular apps are typically limited to one or two of the most popular distributions, and the creation of new apps is stifled. The impact of fragmentation on application developers offers a good example of the problem: To release an app for Linux, a developer must contend with different package formats and a baffling number of distributions, all of which have their own particular conventions. read more

IoTivity 2.0: What's in Store?

  • - Original Content; By Eric Brown (Posted by bob on Aug 15, 2016 11:57 AM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story; Groups: Embedded, Linux
In May, we reported on an Embedded Linux Conference talk by Open Connectivity Foundation (OCF) Executive Director Mike Richmond on the potential for interoperability between the OCF’s IoTivity IoT framework and the AllSeen Alliance’s AllJoyn spec.

runC: The little container engine that could

runC, a lightweight universal container runtime, is a command-line tool for spawning and running containers according to the Open Container Initiative (OCI) specification. That's the short version. The long version: The governance umbrella created by Docker, Google, IBM, Microsoft, Red Hat, and many other partners to create a common and standardized runtime specification has a readable spec document for the runtime elements of a container, and a usable implementation based on code contributed to the OCI by Docker. read more

VMware survives GPL breach case, but plaintiff promises appeal

  • The Register; By Simon Sharwood (Posted by bob on Aug 15, 2016 10:02 AM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story; Groups: Kernel
Linux kernel developer Christoph Hellwig's bid to have VMware's knuckles rapped for breaching the GNU General Public Licence (GPL) has failed, for now, after the Landgericht Hamburg found in Virtzilla's favour.

How to manage binary blobs with Git

  •; By Seth Kenlon (Posted by bob on Aug 15, 2016 9:05 AM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story
n the previous six articles in this series we learned how to manage version control on text files with Git. But what about binary files? Git has extensions for handling binary blobs such as multimedia files, so today we will learn how to manage binary assets with Git.

Performance profiling with perf

  • Fedora Magazine (Posted by bob on Aug 15, 2016 7:38 AM EDT)
  • Groups: Fedora; Story Type: News Story
Performance plays an important role in any computer program. It’s something which makes a user stay with your software. Imagine if your software took minutes to start even on a powerful machine. Or imagine it showed visible performance drops when doing some important work.... Continue Reading →

Skype for Windows Phone walked behind shed, shot heard

Microsoft's killed off a native Skype client for Windows Phone and will force users to rely on Web Skype instead. WinPho users won't be alone: Redmond will also discontinue Skype clients on Android 4.02 or lower and iOS 7. Microsoft has already announced that OS X and Linux will lose native clients under its Skype-for-the-cloud strategy.

SELKS 3.0 Screenshot Tour

The main change in SELKS 3.0 is the switch to the latest generation of the Elastic stack. On user side this means Kibana 3 has been replaced by Kibana 4. And this really means a lot. Kibana 4 is a complete rewrite of Kibana 3 being non backward compatible on data side. So, our team had to redo from scratch all dashboards and visualizations. The result is a new set of 11 ready-to-use dashboards and a lot of visualizations that you can use to build your own dashboards. On the ruleset management side, SELKS 3.0 comes with Scirius Community Edition 1.1.10 that has support for advanced Suricata feature like xbits.

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