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GnuPG – An Easy Way To Encrypt/Decrypt Files From Command Line in Linux

We all have some secrets which we can’t share with anyone. In the similar kind of way, we all have some personal documents which we don’t want to show to anyone. How can protect those from others when multiple users accessing the same system. GnuPG is a Free & open source utility based on OpenPGP standard which used to Encrypt & Decrypt files from command line in Linux.

Linux Lite To Have These New Features In The Next Release Linux Lite 3.4

Linux Lite is loved by many Linux geeks, beginners and professionals. Lightweight, stable, regular updates, active support are some of the features in the long list of Linux Lite features that makes it awesome. Our members, regular readers have shown us a keen interest in Linux Lite.

Mesos Is to the Datacenter as the Kernel Is to Linux

Necessity is the mother of invention. We needed our datacenters to be more automated, so we invented tools like Puppet and Chef. We needed easier application deployment, so we invented Docker. Of course it didn't stop there. Ben Hindman, the founder and chief architect of Mesosphere, co-created Apache Mesos. In his keynote at MesosCon Asia 2016, Hindman relates how failures and elasticity led to the development of Mesos.

Java and Python FTP attacks can punch holes through firewalls

Hackers can trick Java and Python applications to execute rogue FTP commands that would open ports in firewalls

How to access shell or run external commands from within Vim

  • Howtoforge Linux Howtos und Tutorials (Posted by bob on Feb 21, 2017 9:32 PM EDT)
  • Groups: Linux; Story Type: News Story
Vim, as you might already know, is a feature-packed and powerful editor. In this tutorial, we will focus on how you can execute external commands as well as access the command line shell from within the editor window.

The Changing Face of Open Source Licensing

  • Dev Pro Connections; By Christine Hall (Posted by brideoflinux on Feb 21, 2017 8:23 PM EDT)
  • Story Type: Editorial
The GPL is the grandaddy of open source licenses, and is not only the license used by Linux, but is the license that gave birth to the open source movement. It was designed with the purpose of giving computer users control of their machines, guaranteeing that software would be freely available and modifiable by users. It has served that purpose well.

NMAP Common Scans - Part Two

In a previous article, ‘NMAP Installation’, a listing of ten different ZeNMAP Profiles were listed. Most of the Profiles used various parameters. Most of the parameters represented different scans which can be performed. This article will cover the last two remaining of the common four scan types.

Building an Open Source Eco-Village

People involved in the maker movement are coming up with all sorts ideas to both help the planet and improves people's lives -- such as this idea for an open source village.

Internet-enable your microcontroller projects for under $6 with ESP8266

  • Opensource.com (Posted by bob on Feb 21, 2017 4:57 PM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story
To get started with IoT (the Internet of Things), your device needs, well, an Internet connection. Base Arduino microcontrollers don't have Internet connectivity by default, so you either need to add Ethernet, Wi-Fi shields, or adapters to them, or buy an Arduino that has built-in Internet connectivity. In addition to complexity, both approaches add cost and consume the already-precious Arduino flash RAM for program space, which limits what you can do. read more

vCPU hotplug and hotunplug using libvirt v2

  • IBM developerWorks : Linux (Posted by bob on Feb 21, 2017 3:49 PM EDT)
  • Groups: IBM, Linux; Story Type: News Story
This article talks about how to perform a virtual processor (vCPU) hotplug/hotunplug operation using libvirt version 2 in a PPC64LE environment.

A new perspective on meritocracy

  • Opensource.com (Posted by bob on Feb 21, 2017 2:40 PM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story
Meritocracy is a common element of open organizations: They prosper by fostering a less-hierarchical culture where "the best ideas win." But what does meritocracy really mean for open organizations, and why does it matter? And how do open organizations make meritocracy work in practice? Some research and thinking I've done over the last six months have convinced me such questions are less simple—and perhaps more important—than may first meet the eye. read more

News: Linux 4.10 Released as First New Kernel of 2017

  • Linux Planet; By Sean Michael Kerner (Posted by bob on Feb 21, 2017 1:32 PM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story; Groups: Kernel, Linux
New capabilities include virtual GPU support and a new virtual cryptography feature.

Understanding OpenStack's Success

At the time I got into the data storage industry, I was working with and developing RAID and JBOD (Just a Bunch Of Disks) controllers for 2 Gbit Fibre Channel Storage Area Networks (SAN). This was a time before "The Cloud". Things were different—so were our users. There was comfort in buying from a single source or single vendor.

Creating Wordlists with Crunch on Kali Linux

Wordlists are a key part of brute force password attacks. For those readers that aren't familiar, a brute force password attack is an attack in which an attacker uses a script to repeatedly attempt to log into an account until they receive a positive result. Brute force attacks are fairly overt and can cause a properly configured server to lock out an attacker or their IP.

What we (think we) know about meritocracies

  • Opensource.com (Posted by bob on Feb 21, 2017 10:06 AM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story
"Meritocracy," writes Christopher Hayes in his 2012 book Twilight of the Elites, "represents a rare point of consensus in our increasingly polarized politics. It undergirds our debates, but is never itself the subject of them, because belief in it is so widely shared." Meritocratic thinking, in other words, is prevalent today; thinking rigorously about meritocracy, however, is much more rare. read more

5 Signs That Show You’re a Linux Geek

While Linux is certainly very easy to use, there are some activities surrounding it that are seen as more complex than others. While they can be all be avoided easily enough, they do have a certain, geeky appeal. How many of them do you follow?

Linux Kernel 4.10 Now Available for Linux Lite Users, Here's How to Install It

Minutes after the release of Linux kernel 4.10 last evening, Jerry Bezencon from the Linux Lite project announced that users of the Ubuntu-based distribution can now install it on their machines.

How to Get Newer Kernels on Ubuntu

Each version of Ubuntu ships with a frozen kernel, and it’s not easy for users to switch kernels. Here’s how you can get and use newer kernels on Ubuntu.

How to take LVM snapshot backup in LINUX

With the help of LVM snapshot backup we can freeze current state of an LVM volume. Making LVM snapshot backup make us to keep current state of volume and we can revert this state back if any needs arises during activity. A volume consists of two parts: file system metadata and the actual blocks containing data in a file.

MKVToolNix 9.9.0 MKV Manipulation Tool Released with New GUI Improvements, More

  • Softpedia; By Marius Nestor (Posted by hanuca on Feb 21, 2017 2:28 AM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story
MKVToolNix developer Moritz Bunkus announced today the release and general availability of MKVToolNix 9.9.0 "Pick Up" for all supported platforms, including GNU/Linux, macOS, and Microsoft Windows.

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