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How to Install Passbolt Self-Hosted Password Manager on CentOS 7

  • Howtoforge Linux Howtos und Tutorials (Posted by bob on Nov 5, 2018 3:09 PM EDT)
  • Groups: PHP, Linux; Story Type: News Story
Passbolt is a free and open source password manager for teams. It allows team members to store and share credentials/password securely. Passbolt is created with PHP and can be run under the LEMP stack or run as docker container.

How to Install VirtualBox on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS

  •; By Karim Buzdar (Posted by vitux on Nov 5, 2018 1:55 PM EDT)
  • Story Type: Tutorial; Groups: Ubuntu
VirtualBox is a free and open source, cross-platform, software for creating, running and managing virtual machines on your system. In this article, we will explain how you can install VirtualBox on your Ubuntu system through the UI and the command line.

Introducing pydbgen: A random dataframe/database table generator

  • (Posted by bob on Nov 5, 2018 12:40 PM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story
When you start learning data science, often your biggest worry is not the algorithms or techniques but getting access to raw data. While there are many high-quality, real-life datasets available on the web for trying out cool machine learning techniques, I've found that the same is not true when it comes to learning SQL. read more

How to install Vagrant on CentOS 7

  •; By linuxize (Posted by linuxize on Nov 5, 2018 11:26 AM EDT)
  • Groups: Virtualization
Vagrant is an open source command line tool for building and managing virtual machine environments. In this tutorial we will walk you through installing Vagrant on CentOS 7 systems.

imgp – multi-core batch image file resize and rotate

  •; By Steve Emms (Posted by sde on Nov 5, 2018 10:12 AM EDT)
  • Story Type: Reviews; Groups: Community, Linux
imgp is a Python-based command-line tool that lets you resize and rotate JPEG and PNG files. The software can resize (or thumbnail) thousands of images with a single command. The software is a standalone utility, it’s not tied to a file manager or other software.

Revisiting the Unix philosophy in 2018

  • (Posted by bob on Nov 5, 2018 8:57 AM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story
In 1984, Rob Pike and Brian W. Kernighan published an article called "Program Design in the Unix Environment" in the AT&T Bell Laboratories Technical Journal, in which they argued the Unix philosophy, using the example of BSD's cat -v implementation. In a nutshell that philosophy is: Build small, focused programs—in whatever language—that do only one thing but do this thing well, communicate via stdin/stdout, and are connected through pipes. Sound familiar? read more

The Many New Features of The Linux 4.20 Kernel

  • Phoronix; By Michael Larabel (Posted by bob on Nov 5, 2018 1:28 AM EDT)
  • Story Type: Reviews; Groups: Kernel
Linux 4.20 brings a lot of prominent changes from AMD Vega 20 support getting squared away, AMD Picasso APU support, continued Intel Icelake enablement, Intel 2.5G Ethernet support, the removal of Speck, peer-to-peer PCI memory support, Apple Trackpad 2 support, Logitech high-resolution scrolling, support for Hygon Dhyana CPUs, Snapdragon 835 support, and other new hardware support additions and software features.

Microsoft working on Sysinternals for Linux

  • mspoweruser; By Surur (Posted by bob on Nov 4, 2018 10:37 PM EDT)
  • Groups: Linux, Microsoft
Windows Subsystem for Linux is one of Microsoft’s success stories and has allowed developers to complete tasks using their Linux tools as easily from Windows as from a Linux desktop. Microsoft is, however, also looking to make it easy for those used to Windows tools to be productive in the Linux environment and to help that cause Microsoft is porting their Sysinternals tools to Linux, starting with ProcDump for Linux...

How Linux Makes Life Easier

  •; By Mohd Sohail (Posted by MohdSohail on Nov 4, 2018 7:13 PM EDT)
  • Story Type: Tutorial; Groups: Linux
This article is about how Linux simplifies various things from software installations, to secure repositories to an easy to use terminal. We divided the Making life easier with Linux article into three parts so that we could carter for three groups of computer users; A novice, a professional and a developer.

The November 2018 Issue of the PCLinuxOS Magazine

The PCLinuxOS Magazine staff is pleased to announce the release of the November 2018 issue.

Open Secure-K OS is amongst us (a Penguin tries out it)

As a debianized Penguin, some time ago I reviewed Secure-K OS, a commercial Linux-based live operating system meant to be run from a USB key and “developed with security in mind”, according to its developers. Good news is that the upstream developers have in the meanwhile open-sourced the architectural technology upon which Secure-K OS insists and a Community edition of the operating system itself on GitHub, named Open Secure-K OS.

How to Install Deb Packages on Ubuntu

Deb is the installation package format used by all Debian based distributions. Deb packages can be installed and uninstalled using either the command line or the graphical package manager.

There are Over 2,500 Games Now on Steam Play for Linux

  • App Informers; By Nick Pike (Posted by bob on Nov 4, 2018 12:05 AM EDT)
  • Groups: Games
It is pretty amazing news that in only two months, there are more than 2,500 games available for Steam Play for Linux. Specifically, there are actually 2,663 games available on the platform, which is really an amazing feat for Valve.

IBM + Red Hat: What Does It Mean For Open Source Startups?

  • Forbes; By TomTaulli (Posted by bob on Nov 3, 2018 6:49 PM EDT)
  • Groups: IBM, Red Hat

'Pure technical contributions aren't enough'.... Intel commits to code of conduct for open-source projects

  • The Register (Posted by bob on Nov 3, 2018 3:17 PM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story; Groups: Intel
Chipzilla joins strangely controversial movement to encourage civility, inclusion Chip maker Intel has embraced guidelines to make its open-source software projects more open-minded and inviting.…

How to Create Symbolic Links in Linux Using the ln Command

  •; By linuxize (Posted by linuxize on Nov 3, 2018 12:54 PM EDT)
  • Groups: Linux
A symbolic link, also know as symlink or soft link, is a special type of file that points to another file or directory. In this guide, we will cover how to use the ln command to create symbolic links.

How to Connect Your Android Phone to Gnome Desktop with GSConnect

KDE Connect is not the only way to connect your Android and Linux desktop. If you are a GNOME user, you can use GSConnect to control your Android phone from Gnome.

Intel updates embedded toolsuite — but says it’s scaling back its IoT effort

Intel launched Intel System Studio 2019, updating the Linux-friendly embedded toolsuite with improved performance and enhanced I/O analysis. Meanwhile, due to soaring demand for Intel’s Core and Xeon sales, it’s scaling back its lower-end IoT business. Intel has a habit of launching and the discontinuing special projects outside its core processor business, but one experiment […]

#MoreThanCode: Technology for social justice

  •; By Peter Cheer (Posted by bob on Nov 3, 2018 6:14 AM EDT)
  • Story Type: Editorial; Groups: Community
There has long been a symbiotic relationship between the open source software movement and social justice champions. A recent research report, #MoreThanCode: Practitioners reimagine the landscape of technology for justice and equity, offers valuable advice to anyone interested in leveraging technology to support a cause.

Two Open Source Mobile App Development Frameworks To Make Mobile Dev Easier

Are there open source frameworks available for mobile development? There certainly are. Let’s take a look at two tools available for this particular task.

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