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KDE Announces the First Public Release of Their Kirigami UI Framework for Mobile

KDE's Thomas Pfeiffer has had the great honor of announcing the availability of the first public release of the Kirigami UI (User Interface) framework for building mobile and convergent applications.

Linux bug leaves USA Today, other top sites vulnerable to serious hijacking attacks

The vulnerability resides in the design and implementation of RFC 5961, a relatively new Internet standard that's intended to prevent certain classes of hacking attacks. In fact, the protocol is designed in a way that it can easily open Internet users to so-called blind off-path attacks, in which hackers anywhere on the Internet can detect when any two parties are communicating over an active transmission control protocol connection. Attackers can go on to exploit the flaw to shut down the connection, inject malicious code or content into unencrypted data streams, and possibly degrade privacy guarantees provided by the Tor anonymity network.

Linux 4.8 rc1 lands, with Surface 3 support promised!

10787 files changed, 612208 insertions, 272098 deletions and lots of doc updates Linux overlord Linus Torvalds has loosed the first release candidate for version 4.8 of the Linux Kernel.…

Tough, expandable Bay Trail SBC measures just 95 x 55mm

  • HackerBoards (Posted by bob on Aug 11, 2016 2:29 AM EDT)
  • Groups: Intel; Story Type: News Story
Versalogic’s sandwich-style “Osprey” SBC offers Atom E3800 SoCs, dual GbE ports, dual mini-PCIe slots, MIL-STD-202G ruggedization, and -40 to 85°C support. Like Versalogic’s recent BayCat and earlier Bengal single-board computers, the Osprey is based on Intel’s “Bay Trail” Atom E38xx family of SoCs. Unlike those boards, which conform to 4.2 x 3.8-inch (107 x 97mm) […]

Copperhead OS: The startup that wants to solve Android’s woeful security

A startup on a shoestring budget is working to clean up the Android security mess, and has even demonstrated results where other "secure" Android phones have failed, raising questions about Google's willingness to address the widespread vulnerabilities that exist in the world's most popular mobile operating system.

LFCE Prep Course: Test Your Knowledge (Part 6)

  • Linux.com - Original Content; By Carla Schroder (Posted by bob on Aug 10, 2016 11:49 PM EDT)
  • Story Type: Tutorial; Groups: Linux
Welcome to part 6 of our Linux Foundation Certified Engineer Training Course sneak peek blog. This is the last blog in this series, and today we will test our knowledge with quizzes and exercises. The answers are at the bottom.

Intel Linux Video Driver Now on Par with the Windows One, Thanks to Collabora

Collabora's Mark Filion informs Softpedia about the latest progress done the by past and present Collabora developers on bringing the Intel graphics driver on par with its Windows equivalent.

If you build it, they won't come: Why your project needs better marketing

  • Opensource.com (Posted by bob on Aug 10, 2016 9:09 PM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story
FOSS (free and open source software) conferences are full of talks about how to improve your code, or how you manage your code, or what the latest and greatest languages and tools are. But a successful open source project is about more than good code. First, let's talk about what success is, because success isn't a guarantee. read more

Blender for Visual Effects

Video editing and visual effects are two closely related fields. They're also dominated by expensive proprietary software. There are open-source alternatives to some of these packages, and some of them stand up very well by comparison.

Manjaro Linux: Should You Trust Love at First Sight?

If first impressions can be trusted, Manjaro Linux would seem to be a Linux lover's dream. But how much can you really tell about a distro on a short test drive?

Can Copperhead OS fix Android's security problems?

Also in today's open source roundup: Adblock Plus responds to Facebook's efforts to stop ad blocking, and Netflix releases an Android app for Internet speed tests.

Rate Limiting with nginx

  • Howtoforge Linux Howtos und Tutorials (Posted by bob on Aug 10, 2016 4:35 PM EDT)
  • Groups: Linux; Story Type: News Story
This article explains how to use the nginx HttpLimitReqModule to limit the number of requests for a given session. This is useful, for example, if your site is hammered by a bot doing multiple requests per second and thus increasing your server load. With the ngx_http_limit_req_module, you can define a rate limit, and if a visitor exceeds this rate, he will get a 503 error.

Be Cautious With Containers Says FutureAdvisor's DevOps Director

Docker and microservices-based architectures have expanded our horizons with respect to how the industry builds and supports applications at scale, says Corey Quinn, Director of DevOps at FutureAdvisor and an early developer behind SaltStack. Nonetheless, Quinn, in his LinuxCon and ContainerCon North America talk — called “Heresy in the Church of Docker” — will preach caution and present an alternative view of the containerization craze.

I'm not an impostor and know exactly what I'm doing

  • Opensource.com (Posted by bob on Aug 10, 2016 2:17 PM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story
"I really appreciate you helping me out," I said as I followed the industrial/organizational psychology expert to the coffee machine, seeking help with a feedback survey for my newly formed associate engagement program. "I've never done anything like this before, so I have absolutely no clue what I'm doing." She looked incredulous. "I'm convinced you know exactly what you're doing," she said. read more

KDEs Kirigami UI Framework Gets its First Public Release

Kirigami, KDE’s lightweight user interface framework for mobile and convergent applications, which was first announced in March, is now publicly released! This framework allows Qt developers to easily create applications that run on most major mobile and desktop platforms without modification (though adapted user interfaces for different form-factors are supported and recommended for optimal user experience). It extends the touch-friendly Qt Quick Controls with larger application building blocks, following the design philosophy laid out in the Kirigami Human Interface Guidelines.

digiKam 5.1.0 RAW Image Editor Brings Support for Samsung Galaxy S7, New Cameras

  • Softpedia; By Marius Nestor (Posted by hanuca on Aug 10, 2016 12:00 PM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story
The development team behind digiKam, a popular open-source and cross-platform RAW image editor, viewer and organizer, announced today the release of digiKam 5.1.0.

Widespread Linux Flaw Allows TCP Session Hijacking, Termination

The TCP implementation in all Linux systems built since 2012 has a serious flaw that can allow an attacker to terminate or inject data into a session between any two vulnerable machines on the Internet. The bug could also be used to end encrypted connections or downgrade the privacy of connections run through Tor or other anonymity networks.

A brief introduction to Linux containers and image signing

  • Opensource.com (Posted by bob on Aug 10, 2016 9:42 AM EDT)
  • Groups: Linux; Story Type: News Story
Fundamentally, all major software, even open source, was designed before image-based containers. This means that putting software inside of containers is fundamentally a platform migration. This also means that some programs are easy to migrate into containers, while others are more difficult. read more

Reactive? Serverless? Put to bed? What's next for Java. Speak up, Oracle

Less is more, from EE to SE The future of Java Enterprise Edition is on many developers' minds. After the community came to the conclusion that the platform’s progress has come to a standstill, a plethora of initiatives has arisen with the goal of encouraging Oracle to pick up the work on Java EE 8 again.…

Canonical Makes It Easy to Port Native iOS and Android Apps to Ubuntu Mobile OS

Canonical, through Richard Collins, was proud to announce the availability of the React Native web development framework for its popular Ubuntu Linux operating system.

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