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Google Fuchsia: Heres what the NSA knows about it

  • ZDNet | open-source RSS; By Steven J. Vaughan-Nichols (Posted by bob on Oct 13, 2018 8:06 PM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story; Groups: Linux
Fuchsia is Google's mystery operating system. At the recent Linux Security Summit, the NSA revealed what they've found out about it to date.

Ubuntu 18.10 Brings Cosmic Cuttlefish to the Linux Desktop

  • eWEEK; By Sean Michael Kerner (Posted by red5 on Oct 13, 2018 6:12 PM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story; Groups: Ubuntu
Canonical, the lead commercial sponsor behind the Ubuntu Linux distribution is set to release latest milestone update, Ubuntu 18.10, on Oct. 18. The release, which is also known as the Cosmic Cuttlefish is a standard release and will only be supported for nine months,

Announcing the All Things Open 2018 lightning talk line-up

If you're attending the All Things Open conference in Raleigh, NC this year be sure to check out our Lightning Talk series on Tuesday, October 23. This is an amazing line-up of quick talks you won't want to miss. Speakers have five minutes to enlighten the audience about an open source topic they are passionate about. We've got everything from containers to AI and Itseo to Blockchain, Raspberry Pi and more. Grab your lunch, find a seat, warm up your Twitter fingers, and get ready for the fastest hour at All Things Open. read more

How to Install GRUB on Arch Linux with UEFI BIOS

  •; By Francesco Mondello (Posted by Faster3ck on Oct 13, 2018 2:23 PM EDT)
  • Groups: Arch
In this tutorial we will see how to install Grub on Arch Linux from scratch during an Arch Linux installation on a UEFI BIOS and how to add a Windows entry

Saturday Mag: Linux gaming news odds and ends plus a look at a few things on sale

  •; By Liam Dawe (Posted by liamdawe on Oct 13, 2018 12:52 PM EDT)
  • Story Type: Roundups; Groups: Games
Your new weekly roundup of odds and ends for Linux gaming that didn't make it into the main news this week, plus a look at some sales.

How to Fix the Sound in Kali Linux

  • Make Tech Easier; By Matthew Muller (Posted by damien on Oct 13, 2018 10:58 AM EDT)
  • Story Type: Tutorial; Groups: Linux
One of the issues Kali users face is the lack of sound on a fresh installation. If this is important to you, here’s the way to fix the sound in Kali Linux.

Linux taskset Command Tutorial for Beginners (with Examples)

  • Howtoforge Linux Howtos und Tutorials (Posted by bob on Oct 13, 2018 9:04 AM EDT)
  • Groups: Linux; Story Type: News Story
In this tutorial, we will discuss a utility - dubbed taskset - that lets you achieve processor affinity. Ever heard of the term processor affinity? It's a feature that allows you to bind or unbind processes to a particular central processing unit, or a range of CPUs.

4 Must-Have Tools for Monitoring Linux

  • - Original Content; By Jack Wallen (Posted by bob on Oct 13, 2018 7:09 AM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story; Groups: Linux
Linux. It’s powerful, flexible, stable, secure, user-friendly… the list goes on and on. There are so many reasons why people have adopted the open source operating system. One of those reasons which particularly stands out is its flexibility. Linux can be and do almost anything. In fact, it will (in most cases) go well above what most platforms can. Just ask any enterprise business why they use Linux and open source. But once you’ve deployed those servers and desktops, you need to be able to keep track of them...

Bookmark Terminal Commands And Easily Retrieve Them Using Marker

Marker is a command bookmark manager for the console. The tool lets you bookmark commands and command templates, and easily retrieve them using a real-time fuzzy matcher.

Getting started with Minikube: Kubernetes on your laptop

Minikube is advertised on the Hello Minikube tutorial page as a simple way to run Kubernetes for Docker. While that documentation is very informative, it is primarily written for MacOS. You can dig deeper for instructions for Windows or a Linux distribution, but they are not very clear. And much of the documentation—like one on installing drivers for Minikube—is targeted at Debian/Ubuntu users. read more

Software developers today, by the numbers: 4 takeaways

  •; By Kevin Casey (Posted by crudder on Oct 13, 2018 1:26 AM EDT)
  • Story Type: Editorial
New data shows what developers want to learn – and shape – in today’s enterprise

Linux Cat Command

  •; By linuxize (Posted by linuxize on Oct 12, 2018 11:32 PM EDT)
  • Story Type: Tutorial
The cat command is one of the most widely used command in Linux. The name of the cat command comes from its functionality to concatenate files. It can read and concatenate files, writing their contents to the standard output. If no file is specified or if the input file name is specified as a single hyphen (-) it reads from the standard input.

Four Web Browsers for the Linux Command Line

  •; By Karim Buzdar (Posted by vitux on Oct 12, 2018 10:17 PM EDT)
  • Story Type: Tutorial; Groups: Linux
This article shows you four ways to use the web through the Linux Terminal by explaining ways to install and use the Terminal as a web-browser.

Doing Date Math on the Command Line, Part I

by Mitch Frazier If you've ever used a spreadsheet, you've probably used or seen functions for doing date math—in other words, taking one date and adding some number of days or months to it to get a new date, or taking two dates and finding the number days between them. The same thing can be done from the command line using the lowly date command, possibly with a little help from Bash's arithmetic.

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Happy birthday, KDE: 11 applications you never knew existed

The Linux desktop environment KDE celebrates its 22nd anniversary on October 14 this year. There are a gazillion* applications created by the KDE community of users, many of which provide fun and quirky services. We perused the list and picked out 11 applications you might like to know exist. *Not really, but there are a lot. read more

How to Create Human Readable Output with Linux Commands

The command line interface is a lot more “information dense” compared to the equivalent GUIs on Windows. With a single instruction, you can get a screen full of data, with columns, calculations, and colors. Most commands have additional options that allow you to modify their output so that you get the exact information you’re looking for.

Destination Linux EP91 – CoC A Doodle Do

on DL91, we are joined by Liam from to discuss hot Linux Gaming topics! We also cover Security, Linus’s CoC response, Tim Berners-Lee’s Solid project and much more!

Command line quick tips: Reading files different ways

  • Fedora Magazine (Posted by bob on Oct 12, 2018 4:06 PM EDT)
  • Groups: Fedora; Story Type: News Story
Fedora is delightful to use as a graphical operating system. You can point and click your way through just about any task easily. But you’ve probably seen there is a powerful command line under the hood. To try it out in a shell, just open the Terminal application in your Fedora system. This article is […]

How to Install Jupyter on Debian 9

The Jupyter Notebook is popular and widely used open-source web-based software that allows users to create and share documents that contain live code, equations, visualizations, and narrative text. Uses include data cleaning and transformation, numerical simulation, statistical modeling, data visualization, machine learning, and much more. In this tutorial, we will show you how to install Jupyter Notebook on Debian 9, start and access the web application.

Essential System Tools: pet – command-line snippet manager

If you’re like me, you often forget useful commands, particularly ones with lots of flags. You can create aliases or use the history command combined with grep to alleviate this issue. But pet arguably offers a slicker way, as it lets you search the snippets to quickly find what you need.

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