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Basic shell commands after Putty SSH logon

Thursday 9th of June 2016 07:04:45 AM
With the rise of control panels over the years administering a server has become less challenging for beginners in the wonderful Linux world. You have WHM/cPanel, DirectAdmin, Webmin, ISPConfig, Vesta etc… control panels that ease the server management to a level that everyone will find suitable.

How Bad Is Burr-Feinstein Anti-Encryption Legislation?

Thursday 9th of June 2016 06:07:34 AM
Proposed anti-encryption legislation known as "Burr-Feinstein," filed in the wake of Apple's legal showdown with the FBI, had such broad business ramifications that apparently common sense prevailed.

Linux Foundation Certified System Administrator: Gustavo Gómez Morales

Thursday 9th of June 2016 05:10:23 AM
The Linux Foundation’s Certification Program is designed to give you a way to differentiate yourself in a job market that’s hungry for your skills. But, how well does the certification prepare you for the real world?

7 Open Source DevOps Products and Their Channel Impact

Thursday 9th of June 2016 04:13:12 AM
We've said it before, and we'll say it again: the DevOps mode of software development is fast becoming one of the new big forces in the channel. Here's a look at some of the key projects and products in the open source DevOps space, and an explanation of how each one will change the way organizations create and VARs integrate software.

Xiaomi Mi Max To Be Available In India

Thursday 9th of June 2016 03:16:01 AM
The new Device Xiaomi Mi Max will be running MIUI 8 which is based on MarshMellow 6.0. This device has a whopping 6.44 inches display. This display has Full HD 1080×1920 pixels resolution. Which is capable of showing you ultra sharp images and videos.

Fedy – Tweak your Fedora & (Hassle Free Software installation)

Thursday 9th of June 2016 02:18:50 AM
Fedy is a small, lightweight, feature rich, simple and powerful GUI has a no-nonsense straightforward UI to get you started as quickly as possible. All the actions are queued so that you don’t have to wait for something to finish.

Microsoft, Google cosy up in the Skia lodge: 2D lib added to build tools

Thursday 9th of June 2016 01:21:39 AM
C# Mac development bunged into Visual Studio. Microsoft's Miguel de Icaza, who joined the Windows giant earlier this year with the Xamarin acquisition, has announced new features for cross-platform development using Visual Studio, Xamarin Studio and C#.

Linux Kernel 4.6.2 Released with Numerous MIPS Enhancements, EXT4 and XFS Fixes

Thursday 9th of June 2016 12:24:28 AM
Greg Kroah-Hartman announced the availability of the second maintenance release of the Linux 4.6 kernel series, urging all users to update as soon as possible.

NetOS, NetOS Enterprise and NetOS Education Released

Wednesday 8th of June 2016 11:27:17 PM
Today PC/OpenSystems LLC is proud to announce the release of our NetOS line of network operating systems. The development team has been working for over a year and a half, honing our cloud based offerings to the cutting edge, bringing the very latest-and-greatest to our faithful customers. As the computing world continues to migrate towards that model, PC/OpenSystems LLC decided that it was time for us to position ourselves in the vanguard of cloud-focused Linux.

Linux Leader Bdale Garbee Touts Potential of HPE's Newest Open Source Project

Wednesday 8th of June 2016 10:30:06 PM
The technology landscape is changing very fast. We now carry devices in our pockets that are more powerful than PCs we had some 20 years ago. This means we are now continuously churning huge amounts of data that travels between machines -- data centers (aka cloud) and our mobile devices. The cloud/data center as we know it today is destined to change, too, and this evolution is changing market dynamics.

Linux Mint 18 Beta Screenshot Tour

Wednesday 8th of June 2016 09:32:55 PM
Linux Mint 18 Beta is now available to download. Linux Mint is an Ubuntu-based distribution whose goal is to provide a more complete out-of-the-box experience by including browser plugins, media codecs, support for DVD playback, Java and other components. It also adds a custom desktop and menus, several unique configuration tools, and a web-based package installation interface. Linux Mint is compatible with Ubuntu software repositories.

Linux Lite 3.0 Screencast and Screenshots

Wednesday 8th of June 2016 08:35:44 PM
Linux Lite 3.0 final is now available for download. A lot has changed since series 2. We have a new login manager, new boot theme, Lite software has had an overhaul, new system theme (Arc), we've added share hardware configuration (Lite Info), folder access from the menu and upgrades are now automated and seamless in series 3.

ODPi: Test Less, Build More Applications With Hadoop

Wednesday 8th of June 2016 07:38:33 PM
Testing applications against Hadoop distributions is not fun, either for application developers or end users, and it takes up too much precious time.   According to Alan Gates, co-founder of Hortonworks and ODPi member, that’s the issue the Open Data Platform initiative (ODPi) is here to solve: create a single test specification that works across all Hadoop distributions so developers can get back to creating innovative applications and end users can get back to making money, or curing cancer, or sending people into space.

An introduction to basic motion detection on Linux

Wednesday 8th of June 2016 06:41:22 PM
Setting up a motion detection system on Linux is fairly easy and simple. All that we need is a webcam (or laptop), the “motion” package, and a few minutes to set everything up. The purpose for doing this may be private space surveillance, enhancement of personal security, or simply a fun project. Whatever the case, this quick guide is not intended to promote illegal activities such as unauthorized video recording of people and their activities. That said, please use the knowledge offered here with ethical conduct.

Students showcase open source creations at Imagine RIT

Wednesday 8th of June 2016 05:44:11 PM
The ninth annual Imagine RIT, the Rochester Institute of Technology's annual innovation and creativity festival, was held on campus May 7. Each year, about 30,000 people arrive on campus to view student, faculty, and staff demonstrations. Visitors experience everything RIT has to offer through interactive presentations, hands-on demonstrations, exhibitions, and research projects set up throughout more

High-end boards run Linux on 64-bit ARM QorIQ SoCs

Wednesday 8th of June 2016 04:47:00 PM
X-ES launched an XMC/PrPMC mezzanine module, and will soon ship a VPX SBC using quad- and octa-core 64-bit ARM QorIQ SoCs. Extreme Engineering Solutions (X-ES) announced two Linux ready, XPedite branded boards for high-end embedded computing and networking applications. Unlike the most recent XPedite boards we’ve covered — the Intel Atom-based XPedite8150 and Xpedite8152 — […]

Release validation testing in Fedora

Wednesday 8th of June 2016 03:49:49 PM
If you’re looking for a way to contribute to Fedora, what about release validation testing? Completing test cases is a quick way to get started. Every release of Fedora that you download and use is tested by the Fedora QA... Continue Reading →

Puppet DevOps comes to the mainframe

Wednesday 8th of June 2016 02:52:38 PM
DevOps has empowered the cloud, and now it[he]#039[/he]s coming to IBM[he]#039[/he]s z Systems and LinuxONE mainframes.

How Linux Mint saved the day for an Ubuntu 16.04 user

Wednesday 8th of June 2016 01:55:27 PM
Also in today's open source roundup: Android N won't fix Google's update problem, and how to easily install Google Earth in Ubuntu or Linux Mint.

Why I built my own homebrew Linux router

Wednesday 8th of June 2016 12:58:16 PM
For the last few months, I've been talking a lot about using a bare install of standard Linux distribution as a router. I've written about it at Ars Technica, I did a presentation at Great Wide Open, and I'm doing another one at SouthEast LinuxFest next more

More in Tux Machines

KDE Leftovers

  • Two in one
    As you may know (unless you’ve been living in Alpha Centauri for the past century) the openSUSE community KDE team publishes LiveCD images for those willing to test the latest state of KDE software from the git master branches without having to break machines, causing a zombie apocalypse and so on. This post highlights the most recent developments in the area.
  • Krita Post-Kickstarter News
    The campaign season is over, and we’re slowly recovering and getting back into a productive groove of coding, coding, coding and more. Kickstarter has transferred €34,594.37 to our bank account, and we’ve started planning the next releases. Time for an update!
  • Akademy! and fundraising
  • Plasma 5.6 – Clean installation impression
    I was wondering if i should just be silent, since this is a negative post about Plasma. On the other hand we should not be afraid negative critics, learn from them, improve and make a better product. With that in mind, I decided to write this post anyway in hopes that it will ultimately improve the situation where improvements would be nice.

Software (IceCat, Xen Orchestra, Attic, and ownCloud Client)

  • IceCat 38.8.0 release
    GNUzilla is the GNU version of the Mozilla suite, and GNU IceCat is the GNU version of the Firefox browser. Its main advantage is an ethical one: it is entirely free software. While the Firefox source code from the Mozilla project is free software, they distribute and recommend non-free software as plug-ins and addons. Also their trademark license restricts distribution in several ways incompatible with freedom 0.
  • Xen Orchestra 5.0 Released With Several New Features
  • Let Attic Deduplicate and Store your Backups
    Data loss is one of those things we never want to worry about. To that end we go to great lengths to find new techniques and software packages to ensure those precious bits of data are safely backed up to various local and remote media.
  • ownCloud Client 2.2.x
    A couple of weeks ago we released another significant milestone of the ownCloud Client, called version 2.2.0, followed by two small maintenance releases.

Fedora 24 Pushes Linux Boundaries

Fedora Linux is the community version of Red Hat Enterprise Linux, or RHEL. Fedora 24 is comprised of a set of base packages that form the foundation of three distinct editions: Fedora 24 Cloud, Fedora 24 Server and Fedora 24 Workstation. Delayed four times during its development cycle, Fedora 24 includes glibc 2.23 for better performance, and improvements to POSIX compliance and GNU Compiler Collection 6. All base packages have been rebuilt with GCC 6, providing better code optimization across all Fedora 24 editions, and improving the overall stability of each addition. Read more

9 Android phones that will hit markets soon

As we move further down to the second half of 2016, the smartphone market is expected to get more competitive. After the launch of major flagship smartphones like Samsung Galaxy S7, LG G5, HTC 10, Xiaomi Mi 5, OnePlus 3 and others in India, companies are now likely to focus on the mid-range segment in the next few weeks. Of course, we have Apple iPhone 7, Samsung Galaxy Note 6, the next Nexus smartphone series coming too, but they are still far. Here are nine Android smartphones expected to launch in India soon. Read more Also: Samsung 'Confirms Galaxy Note 7', New Edge Design Leaks, iPhone 's Android Wear