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Marrying Ephemeral Docker Containers to Persistent Data

  • Linux.com (Posted by bob on Sep 15, 2016 6:56 PM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story; Groups: Linux
Docker containers are ephemeral by design. They come and they go like a herd of hyperactive squirrels, which is great for high availability, but not so great for preserving your data. Kendrick Coleman of EMC {code} demonstrated how to have both ephemeral containers and persistent data in his talk called "Highly Available & Distributed Containers" at ContainerCon North America.

Tiny $2 IoT module runs FreeRTOS on Realtek Ameba WiFi SoC

  • HackerBoards (Posted by bob on Sep 15, 2016 5:59 PM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story
Pine64’s $2 “PADI IoT Stamp” module is based on Realtek’s new “RTL8710AF” Cortex-M3 WiFi SoC, a cheaper FreeRTOS-ready competitor to the ESP8266. Realtek’s RTL8710AF WiFi system-on-chip began showing up on tiny “B&T” labeled modules in July in China on AliExpress, as described in this Hackaday post. The Realtek SoC offers an even lower cost, and […]

The Top 10 Linux Distributions Of All Time

This list genuinely contains the top 10 Linux distributions of all time. In fact there are 28 distributions in the list. Did you know only 3 distributions have ever held the number 1 position in Distrowatch? Can you name them? Have you ever heard of Sorceror?

How to Get Started Writing Web Applications with Node.js

  • Linux.com - Original Content (Posted by bob on Sep 15, 2016 4:05 PM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story; Groups: Linux
You can use Node.js to create anything from a simple webchat to an app that turns your mobile phone into a game controller. If you are using a videoconferencing utility over the web, the host is probably running on Node.js. If you are accessing your email and day planner through a web browser or playing online games, Node.js is sure to be somewhere in the mix, too...

Moview Review: Snowden (Live)

  • www.montanalinux.org; By Scott Dowdle (Posted by dowdle on Sep 15, 2016 3:08 PM EDT)
  • Story Type: Reviews, Security
I got to see "Snowden" two days prior to national release at a special event dubbed "Snowden Live" because it included a satellite feed of a live Q&A with Oilver Stone and the two leads after the film... and Snowden himself live from Russia via webcam. The review is fairly spoiler free but I do give a few details as well as some information provided from the "Live" portion... and perhaps somewhat inappropriate "Social and Political Analysis" commentary too. Enjoy!

3 open source alternatives to PowerPoint

  • Opensource.com (Posted by bob on Sep 15, 2016 2:11 PM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story
PowerPoint is one of those programs whose use has become so ingrained in the corporate world that it is probably running the risk of becoming completely genericized, in the same way that some people use Kleenex to refer to all tissues, or BAND-AIDs to refer to all bandages. read more

What the rise of permissive open source licenses means

  • CIO.com; By Paul Rubens (Posted by abennett on Sep 15, 2016 1:13 PM EDT)
  • Story Type: Editorial
Restrictive licenses such as the GNU GPL are steadily falling out of favor — and lawyers may be to blame.

It's time to make LibreOffice and OpenOffice one again

Let's talk about OpenOffice. More than likely you've already read, countless times, that Apache OpenOffice is near the end. The last stable iteration was 4.1.2 (released October, 2015) and a recent major security flaw took a month to patch. A lack of coders has brought development to a creeping crawl. And then, the worst possible news hit the ether; the project suggested users switch to MS Office (or LibreOffice).

Carla Shroder: On Farming and Linux

One of the many things we like about Ms. Shroder is that she makes difficult technology easy to understand. She’s also fun to read. And as you’ll discover in this interview, she’s also a quick wit who won’t be backed into a corner.

The Feds Will Soon Be Able to Legally Hack Almost Anyone

  • Wired; By Susan Landau (Posted by penguinist on Sep 15, 2016 10:22 AM EDT)
  • Story Type: Security
The new plan to drastically expand the government’s hacking and surveillance authorities is known formally as amendments to Rule 41 of the Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure, and the proposal would allow the government to hack a million computers or more with a single warrant. If Congress doesn’t pass legislation blocking this proposal, the new rules go into effect on December 1.

Teach your Grandmother to write scripts

Regular readers of The Linux Rain will know that I'm keen on writing simple shell scripts to automate repetitive and complicated tasks. Some of those scripts are for terminal use, others for GUI applications. They all have this in common: they reduce lots of keystrokes and mouse-clicks to a single keyboard shortcut or a single click (on an icon or a menu item). Power users in the corporate world and sysadmins use scripts to save time and effort. Seniors like me do it to save effort and because it's a simpler way to interact with a computer, and we really like keeping things simple.

Automating repetitive tasks for digital artists with Python

Artists and designers should know how to code. There, I said it. Now, I could go into a good in-depth exposition on how the artist mindset and the developer/engineer mindset aren't all that different, or how the image of the "non-technical artist" is a relatively recent phenomenon. Those are topics for another article. For the purposes of this article, suffice it to say that knowing a little code will not only give you a better understanding of how your digital tools work, but that knowledge will help you create your work more efficiently. read more

Deus Ex: Mankind Divided is officially coming to SteamOS & Linux, port by Feral Interactive

Here’s the news you have been desperate to hear, Deus Ex: Mankind Divided is officially heading to SteamOS & Linux and it’s being ported by Feral Interactive.

JDK 9 release delayed another four months

  • The Register (Posted by bob on Sep 15, 2016 6:27 AM EDT)
  • Groups: Oracle; Story Type: News Story
Devs ask for more time to do the job right, meaning July 2017 instead of next week as first planned Oracle's asking for more time to complete JDK 9.…

GitHub gets all grown-up with code review, project management, etc

  • The Register (Posted by bob on Sep 15, 2016 5:30 AM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story
And look who has the most open source contributors – it rhymes with Nitro Waft The GitHub Universe event has kicked off in San Francisco, with a number of new GitHub features announced by CEO Chris Wanstrath.…

Ghost Blogging With a Pi

Even you could become a world famous blogger. The lightweight blogging platform Ghost and a Raspberry Pi is all it takes.

Manage Packages on CentOS/RHEL Systesm through YUM Package Manager

  • 2daygeek.com; By Magesh Maruthamuthu (Posted by 2daygeek on Sep 15, 2016 3:36 AM EDT)
  • Story Type: Tutorial; Groups: Red Hat
Yum (Yellowdog Updater Modified) is one of the package manager utility in Linux operating system. Yum command is used to install, update, search & remove packages on some Linux distributions based on RedHat.

Bug of the month: Cache flow problem crashes Samsung phone apps

Exploding batteries to the left, exploding code to the right. It's not been a good summer for Samsung. It packed its Galaxy Note 7 smartphones with detonating batteries, sparking a global recall. Apps built by Mono, the software development toolkit, were crashing indiscriminatingly on Samsung's latest Android handsets with illegal instruction errors despite the code being good.

To gamify or not to gamify community

Human beings are inherently playful creatures. From birth, play has an important function in our lives—from skills acquisition, to competition and beyond. We continue this love affair with play throughout sports, video games, and even catching animated animals in Pokémon Go.

Install Hiawatha on a Linux VPS

Hiawatha is an advanced, light and high-performance open source web server designed by Hugo Leisink with special emphasis on security.

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