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Cumulus Networks Partners for Open Source Networking OS

Cumulus Networks has secured reseller and distribution partnerships with Dell, VMware and Edge-Core Networks for the Cumulus Linux open source operating system for networking hardware.

F21 Alpha & schedule, Test Days, Fedora Workstation, DNF updates, and FPL in the news

Okay! The summer is over, and travel and vacation fading into distant memory. The kids’ school is starting up again, and routine is falling back into place: including 5tFTW, of course.

Robolinux 7.6.2 Xfce Screenshot Tour

We are pleased to announce Robolinux Xfce and GNOME version 7.6.2 with several improvements and enhancements. The fast as greased-lightning Robolinux Xfce version 7.6.2 details - we have added remote desktop sharing, NTP time sync and a calculator, plus 11 new Intel WiFi drivers, 1 new BCM WiFi driver and 2 new Brother printer drivers.

Is the new Moto X an iPhone 6 killer?

In today's Android roundup: The Moto X could be the Android phone that beats Apple's iPhone 6. Plus: Reviews of the Moto 360 smartwatch, and Glass Explorer Edition is available in the Google Play store.

Mandriva: 2014:175: glibc

Multiple vulnerabilities have been found and corrected in glibc. When converting IBM930 code with iconv(), if IBM930 code which includes invalid multibyte character 0xffff is specified, then iconv() segfaults (CVE-2012-6656).

Google, Facebook ID codes found in Android malware stash

Text messages containing VPN passwords and authentication codes for Google and Facebook are found on a command-and-control server for Android malware

CoreOs Brings Docker Container Tech to DigitalOcean

The barrier to entry for full-scale, high-availability Docker deployment has now been lowered to $5 a month

Your Facebook page as a Firefox OS mobile app

Whether you are a business or community page owner, what would be better than increasing your page reachability by offering your standalone mobile app?

Trying out WordPress 4.0 on OpenStack

While a good portion of my focus on Opensource.com is on OpenStack and related cloud technologies, my most recent background prior to joining the team here was in doing web design and development work for small businesses, nonprofits, and others who needed sites created for them quickly and easily. So while I'm a Drupal fan for a lot of things I do, the ease and simplicity of WordPress led me to use it for a number of projects.

How to download GOG games from the command line on Linux

If you are a gamer and a Linux user, you probably were delighted when GOG announced a few months ago that it will start proposing games for your favorite OS. If you have never heard of GOG before, I encourage you to check out their catalog of “good old games”, reasonably priced, DRM-free, and packed […]Continue reading... The post How to download GOG games from the command line on Linux appeared first on Xmodulo. Related FAQs: How to download webcomics from the command line on Linux

Benjamin Kerensa on Firefox OS & Internet Freedom

My personal opinion is that Firefox OS has a stronger privacy and security model than Android and iOS. I think Mozilla continues to be a champion of user privacy and security in everything it does and Firefox OS is no exception to that. In the Mozilla community, we are always stepping back and thinking about how we can better protect our users’ privacy and make sure the products we produce are as secure as possible.

NBC, Today Show Use Ubuntu to Illustrate Celebrity Hacking Story

  • Softpedia; By Silviu Stahie (Posted by thesilviu on Sep 5, 2014 11:46 AM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story
Spotting Ubuntu in the wild should be promoted to a sport and records must be set for the most interesting places where the distro has been seen. It looks like NBC and the Today Show have used Ubuntu to illustrate the nefarious practices of the hacker that release some nude pictures of various celebrities.

Neptune 4.1 Screenshot Tour

We are proud to announce the first maintenance release of version 4 Neptune 4.1. This release fixes some bugs in the installer, bluetooth, plasma & systemd and also provides updated software. KDE Applications & Platform 4.14 was packed in with a new kernel 3.14.13. We added the bfq (budget fair) I/O scheduler to improve desktop responsiveness even on heavy disk I/O usage.

RasPi issue 2 out now!

The Raspberry Pi may have been created for educational purposes but it doesn’t mean you can use it to power an autonomous war machine. In issue 2 of the RasPi mag we teach you how to start making your robotic army by building a Raspberry Pi-powered robot. This one doesn’t have any weapons attached but it’s an excellent project for beginners.

September's best Android tablets

In today's Android roundup: The best Android tablets for September 2014. Plus: Android Wear 2.0 may arrive on October 15, and Philips announces 4K Android televisions.

Android Wear and Tizen smartwatches light up IFA

Asus, LG, and Sony unveiled Android Wear watches, but the star of the show may be Samsung’s Tizen-based Gear S, which has 3G, WiFi, and a curved screen. Google’s Android-based Android Wear platform was well represented at this week’s IFA show in Berlin. New entries include LG’s round-faced G Watch R, the stylish, curved Asus […]

Does Docker Need an Open Source Foundation? VIDEO

  • Datamation; By Sean Michael Kerner (Posted by red5 on Sep 5, 2014 7:00 AM EDT)
  • Groups: Virtualization
Docker founder Solomon Hykes explains his views on whether a third party foundation is needed for the open source container virtualization effort.

WordPress 4.0 “Benny” Released

  • WordPress Blog; By Matt Mullenweg (Posted by seatex on Sep 5, 2014 6:03 AM EDT)
  • Story Type: Announcements; Groups: Linux
Version 4.0 of WordPress, named “Benny” in honor of jazz clarinetist and bandleader Benny Goodman, is available for download or update in your WordPress dashboard. While 4.0 is just another number for us after 3.9 and before 4.1, we feel we’ve put a little extra polish into it. This release brings you a smoother writing and management experience we think you’ll enjoy.

Android Candy: Quit Thumbing Your Passwords!

I use my phone more often to log in to on-line accounts than I use a computer. I can assure you it's not because typing passwords on a tiny keyboard is fun. For most of us, we just have instant access to our phones at any given time during the day.

Remember Backing Up to Diskettes? I’m Sorry. I Do, Too.

Here’s a few nostalgic steps into the painful past to review the history of backing up and to remind us all how much better things are today.

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