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Introducing Firefox Focus a free, fast and easy to use private browser for iOS

  • The Mozilla Blog; By Nick Nguyen (Posted by bob on Nov 18, 2016 6:54 AM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story; Groups: Mozilla
Today, we’re pleased to announce the launch of Firefox Focus --- a free, fast and easy to use private browser for iOS.

Particle Cloud IoT platform adds Raspberry Pi support

Particle announced Raspberry Pi support for its Particle Cloud IoT development platform, and has launched a $100 starter kit based on the Raspberry Pi 3. Particle is opening its Particle Cloud IoT development platform to integrate Raspberry Pi-based endpoints, expanding its lineup of prototyping hardware from MCU-based devices like the Internet Button to more advanced […]

Enterprise Linux Showdown: SUSE Linux

  • Linux.com - Original Content; By Paul Brown (Posted by bob on Nov 18, 2016 4:37 AM EDT)
  • Story Type: Editorial; Groups: Linux, SUSE
SUSE has always been a strong player in the Linux arena. Both the commercial server and desktop versions are solid and enterprise ready, while openSUSE -- the SUSE developed for and with the community -- has become increasingly popular over the years. And, despite some rocky times in the past, the company and its distribution are thriving.

NethServer 7 Linux Getting Closer, Second Release Candidate Arrives for Testing

Softpedia was informed today by NethServer's Alessio Fattorini about the immediate availability of the second and most probably the last Release Candidate (RC) version of the upcoming CentOS-based NethServer 7 Linux distro.

4 Notable Trends in Open Source Cloud Computing

  • Linux.com - Original Content; By Mark Hinkle (Posted by bob on Nov 18, 2016 2:20 AM EDT)
  • Story Type: Editorial; Groups: Cloud, Linux
Some of the most successful public companies today are built around cloud-native applications -- a fashionable term that simply means they’re designed to run in the cloud. Netflix, Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, and Amazon have all leveraged open source components........

Security-hardened Android, bounties for Tcl coders, and more open source news

  • Opensource.com; By Jason Baker (Posted by bob on Nov 18, 2016 1:11 AM EDT)
  • Story Type: Roundups; Groups: Android
The world of open source software is a busy place. Sometimes keeping up with all of the news, announcements, and cool things to be discovered can be difficult. Here's a look at some of what we're reading today.

How To 'PoisonTap' A Locked Computer Using A $5 Raspberry Pi

White hat hacker Samy Kamkar has come up with a way of to hijack Internet traffics from a password-protected computer.

How to run SQL Server v.Next Public Preview on Fedora

No, this headline is not a joke! A decade ago, you probably wouldn’t think of Microsoft when you hear Linux or open source. Just this week, though, Microsoft introduced a public preview of one of their top products, SQL Server, for Linux. The SQL... Continue Reading →

Open Source Summit 2017 Combines LinuxCon and Three Other Events

The Linux Foundation today announced it will combine LinuxCon with two other events and a brand new Community Leadership Conference in 2017. Now called Open Source Summit, the event will bring LinuxCon, CloudOpen, and ContainerCon together under one umbrella and in three locations: North America, Europe, and Japan.

Are Office Depot workers pushing unnecessary computer fixes?

Office Depot is under fire for services that a former employee believes take advantage of unsuspecting customers. CBS affiliate KIRO-TV’s undercover cameras showed how employees used the service to sell customers expensive computer repairs that weren’t there, reports KIRO’s Jesse Jones.

Instack-virt-setup deployment via TripleO Quickstart prebuilt images on CentOS 7.2

Initiate TripleO QuickStart deployment , log into undercloud and pick up files /etc/yum.repos.d/delorean.repo, /etc/yum.repos.d/delorean-deps.repo, which are associated with RDO Newton trunk with status "current-passed-ci" at the moment. On VIRTHOST and INSTACK VM set same delorean repos.

Introduction to Tracktion 5 DAW on Linux

Tracktion is one of the most popular digital audio workstations and one of the very few that are available for the Linux platform along with the magnificent Ardour. While Tracktion is distributed under proprietary software licenses, its creators felt that they should give back something to the Linux community as they have used open source tools for the building of their product. That is why the fifth version of the software that was released in 2014 is now available for free for all Linux users.

5 Fun Raspberry Pi Projects: Getting Started

Use these tips to learn some basic information about starting your own project. This article assumes you know what a Raspberry Pi is, how to connect things like a keyboard and a display, and how to use a Linux command line, but not much else.

America’s Top Spy Talks Snowden Leaks and Our Ominous Future

  • Wired; By Garrett M. Graff (Posted by bob on Nov 17, 2016 4:02 PM EDT)
  • Story Type: Security
On Thursday morning, November 17, James Clapper announced that he had submitted his letter of resignation. He will serve out the remaining 64 days of his term... "when I’m in the White House Situation Room, all of a sudden it’s complicated and complex,” he says. When it’s his time to leave in a few weeks, he’ll be happy to say good-bye to the SCIFs, the briefing rooms, the armored motorcades, the ever-watchful security. He looks forward to cleaning out his basement and, most of all, being spontaneous again.

Open Source AMDGPU and Radeon Linux Drivers Bring TearFree, DRI3 by Default

  • Softpedia; By Marius Nestor (Posted by hanuca on Nov 17, 2016 2:53 PM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story
Michel Dänzer announced today, November 17, 2016, the release of new stable versions of the open-source Radeon (xf86-video-ati) and AMDGPU (xf86-video-amdgpu) drivers for GNU/Linux distributions.

Your guide to open decisions

  • Opensource.com (Posted by bob on Nov 17, 2016 1:45 PM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story
Think about the last decision you made. Okay, the last important decision you made. The one that effected lots of people by impacting the way they work together. Did the decision surprise them? Does it reflect their best interests? Will they be ready and willing to help you implement its effects? Open-minded leaders know that open decisions are better decisions—more transparent, inclusive, and customer-centric. But learning to make open decisions is tough. read more

How to set up Apache Virtual Hosts on CentOS 7

A virtual host is, in fact, a unit that describes an individual domain in the grand scheme of the Apache web server. It enables you to host multiple websites using one server which is very useful for people that have more than one website.

The Tiny Internet Project, Part II

In the May 2016 issue, I introduced the idea of the Tiny Internet Project, a self-contained Linux project that shows how to build the key pieces of the public internet on a single computer using one or two old computers, a router and a bunch of Linux software.

Blender enthusiasts gather for the 15th annual conference

This year marks the 15th Blender Conference, held in Amsterdam around the last weekend of October every year. I've attended quite a few of these conferences, and each year feels better than the one before. If you've never attended the Blender Conference, allow me to set things up for you: By open source conference standards, it's a pretty small event. But for events focused on a single open source program, the Blender Conference is pretty impressive. read more

openSUSE Leap 42.2 is out, how to upgrade safely from openSUSE Leap 42.1

As you may aware openSUSE Leap 42.2 was out on yesterday, Are you want to upgrade safely from openSUSE Leap 42.1 ? Just follow our procedure to get ride out.

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