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Series Highlights Top Cloud Technologies and Container Tools

  • Linux.com - Original Content (Posted by bob on May 23, 2016 3:57 PM EDT)
  • Groups: Linux, Cloud; Story Type: News Story
With so many technologies, tools, and techniques to keep track of, it can be hard to know where to start learning new skills. This series on next-gen cloud technologies aims to help you get up to speed on the important projects and products in emerging and rapidly changing areas such as containers, container orchestration, software-defined networking, and more. 5 Next-Gen Cloud Technologies You Should Know

The Italian Army Switches to LibreOffice

Following announcements made last year, the Italian army has moved forward with its plan to replace Microsoft Office with LibreOffice.

Time to choose: Are you investing in open source or not?

In 1996, the term "open source" didn't exist. Yet 20 years later, open source technology spans countless projects and brings together the collective talent of millions. Take a close look at any open source project or community of developers and you'll find incredible levels of speed, innovation, and agility. read more

10 more pointless (but awesome) Linux terminal tricks

  • Network World; By Bryan Lunduke (Posted by MLD67 on May 23, 2016 1:06 PM EDT)
  • Groups: Linux
Last year, I put together a list of my favorite “pointless but awesome” Linux terminal tricks. There are lots of things you can do in the terminal that didn’t make that list. So, here’s round two.

CentOS-Based NethServer 7 Linux Adds Active Directory Integration in Third Alpha

Alessio Fattorini has informed Softpedia about the release and immediate availability for download of the third Alpha build of the upcoming NethServer 7 server-oriented operating system.

Repurposing Old Smartphones for Home Automation

At the recent Embedded Linux Conference and OpenIoT Summit, Mozilla Technical Evangelist Dietrich Ayala proposed a simple and affordable solution to home automation: A discarded smartphone can handle some of the most useful home automation tasks without requiring expensive hubs and sensors -- or risking data security in the cloud. “With a smartphone you can detect motion, sound, presence, and the absence of radio services,” said Ayala in his presentation, “Turning Sensors into Signals: Humanizing IoT with Old Smartphones and the Web.”

Backport upstream commits to stable RDO Mitaka release && Deployments with Keystone API V3

Posting bellow is written with intend to avoid waiting until "koji" build will appear in updates repo of stable RDO Mitaka release, what might take a couple of months or so. Actually, it doesn't require knowledge how to write properly source RH's rpm file.It just needs picking up raw content of git commits from upstream git repo converting them into patches and rebuild required src.rpm(s) with patch(es) needed

Driving cars into the future with Linux

I don't think much about it while I'm driving, but I sure do love that my car is equipped with a system that lets me use a few buttons and my voice to call my wife, mom, and children. That same system allows me to choose whether I listen to music streaming from the cloud, satellite radio, or the more traditional AM/FM radio. I also get weather updates and can direct my in-vehicle GPS to find the fastest route to my next destination. read more

Wayland/Weston with XWayland works on DragonFly

  • 2daygeek.com; By Magesh Maruthamuthu (Posted by 2daygeek on May 23, 2016 8:35 AM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story
DragonFlyBSD user karu.pruun compiled Xorg with XWayland support and made it work with many applications.

19 years later, The Cathedral and the Bazaar still moves us

  • Opensource.com (Posted by bob on May 23, 2016 7:38 AM EDT)
  • Groups: Linux; Story Type: News Story
Nineteen years ago this week, at an annual meeting of Linux-Kongress in Bavaria, an American programmer named Eric Raymond delivered the first version of a working paper he called "The Cathedral and the Bazaar." According to Raymond, the exploratory and largely speculative account of some curious new programming practices contained "no really fundamental dis read more

Raspberry Pi-based signage stack gets Snappy

The Screenly signage software for the Raspberry Pi is being converted to Ubuntu Snappy Core, enabling OTA updates and transactional rollbacks. Canonical and Screenly, which makes what it calls “the most popular digital signage solution for the Raspberry Pi,” have announced a partnership to build the Screenly signage stack on Ubuntu Snappy Core. Screenly, which […]

Mads Torgersen and Dustin Campbell on the future of C#

How has open source changed it - and can it survive Windows PC decline? Exclusive interview At Xamarin's Evolve conference in Orlando, at the end of April 2016, I had a rare opportunity to sit down with Mads Torgersen and Dustin Campbell to discuss the future of the C# programming language.

The future of sharing: integrating Pydio and ownCloud

  • Opensource.com; By Ben van 't Ende (Posted by bob on May 23, 2016 4:46 AM EDT)
  • Story Type: Editorial; Groups: Community
The open source file sharing ecosystem accommodates a large variety of projects, each supplying their own solution, and each with a different approach. There are a lot of reasons to choose an open source solution rather than commercial solutions like Dropbox, Google Drive, iCloud, or OneDrive.

BeagleBone Green Wireless, a Raspberry Pi 3 Competitor, Ships with Built-in WiFi

  • Softpedia; By Marius Nestor (Posted by hanuca on May 23, 2016 3:49 AM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story
SeeedStudio announced a new single-board computer (SBC) called SeeedStudio BeagleBone Green Wireless, the first BeagleBone board with built-in Wi-Fi and Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE).

PLUMgrid: Open Source Collaboration Speeds IO and Networking Development

PLUMgrid INC, which provides tools for OpenStack cloud providers, has been participating in the open source community since the company was founded in 2011. It started working with the Linux kernel community to create a distributed, programmable data plane and contributed to eBPF (extended Berkeley Packet Filter), a key component in building networks that are agile, fast and secure. eBPF has been upstreamed since Linux kernel version 3.16.

TeslaCrypt no more: Ransomware master decryption key released

TeslaCrypt's master key has been released to the public, shutting down the ransomware for good in an unexpected twist in the malware's story.

No Audio in Lubuntu? - Lubuntu Audio Configuration and Volume Control

As software continues to require more and more resources, my aging laptop (an HP DV6-7010) has gotten to the point where it requires a lighter distro to perform optimally when bogged down with my gazillion browser tabs and graphics I'm editing. I tried Xubuntu, but found that even it started getting kind of funky when I dealt with a heavy workload. So of course the next step was Lubuntu with its LXDE desktop environment. This was my first experience with anything LXDE based...

Apprenda Acquires Kismatic, Expands Kubernetes Support

Apprenda today announced that it now offers a commercial distribution of Kubernetes, the well-known tool for deploying and managing containerized applications. Along with the new product, Apprenda will also offer enterprise support subscriptions to companies running Kubernetes.

Manjaro Linux 16.06 "Daniella" RC1 Gets First Update with Latest ZFS on Linux

It did not even hit the stable channel, and the upcoming Manjaro Linux 16.06 "Daniella" operating system has received its first update pack, for the Release Candidate build.

Boost your OpenStack IQ with these tutorials

A new release, Mitaka, brings new features to the various projects that make up OpenStack. And while it's exciting to take advantage of a six month release cycle to gain new features and fix issues, the rapid pace of development can make OpenStack difficult to keep up with, even for seasoned cloud professionals. Fortunately, there are many great learning resources out there, from books to training to official documentation, and of course, many community-created articles and blog posts as well. read more

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