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OpenShot 2.2 Open-Source Video Editor Released with 4K Video Editing, More

Thursday 22nd of December 2016 01:23:28 PM
Just in time for the Christmas holidays that some of you are celebrating around the world, a new stable version of the popular OpenShot open-source video editor software arrived with numerous goodies.

Vulnerability scanning of Docker images on OpenPower Systems

Thursday 22nd of December 2016 12:14:51 PM
This article explains how to configure and set up Clair vulnerability scanner for Docker images on OpenPOWER servers.

A Holiday Gift From Conexant: an ALSA Driver For Recent Cherry Trail SOC Based Devices

Thursday 22nd of December 2016 11:06:14 AM
The machines where sound has been a problem have Intel SST sound on the SOC which uses the Conexant codec. On those systems the "sound card" is simply not detected.This is good news for owners of many recent tablets and notebooks running on recent Intel Atom (Cherry Trail) based SOCs. These include systems by Acer, ASUS, HP, Toshiba and probably others.

Debian-Based Raspbian GNU/Linux OS with PIXEL Desktop Out Now for PC and Mac

Thursday 22nd of December 2016 09:57:37 AM
Raspberry Pi Founder Eben Upton proudly announced the availability of the Debian-based Raspbian GNU/Linux distribution with the recently introduced PIXEL desktop environment for PC and Mac.

How to Quickly Clear Your System Cache in Ubuntu

Thursday 22nd of December 2016 08:48:59 AM
If left unchecked, your system cache might take up a big chunk of your storage and memory. Here’s how you can quickly clear the system cache in Ubuntu.

How to find network card driver name and version on Linux

Thursday 22nd of December 2016 07:40:22 AM
For network interface card (NIC) hardware to operate properly, you need a suitable device driver for the NIC hardware. A NIC device driver implements a hardware-independent common interface between the Linux kernel and the NIC, so that packets can be moved between the kernel and the NIC. While some drivers may be statically built in the kernel, most drivers for modern NICs are dynamically loaded as kernel modules.

BlackArch Linux 2016.12.20 released

Thursday 22nd of December 2016 06:31:45 AM
Just some hours back BlackArch team announced the new release of ArchLinux 2016.12.20. With this new release more new tools and updated list of packages with updated system files are welcomed as well.So, What's New In BlackArch Linux 2016.12.20?[....]

2016 Hacktoberfest ignites open source participation

Thursday 22nd of December 2016 05:23:08 AM
DigitalOcean launched Hacktoberfest in 2014 to encourage contribution to open source projects. The event was a clear success, and in terms of attendance and participation goals reached, it[he]#039[/he]s also clear that Hacktoberfest has become a powerful force in driving contributions to open source. The lure of a t-shirt and specific, time-limited goals help new contributors get started and encourage existing contributors to rededicate themselves and their efforts.

Guide to the Open Cloud: The State of Virtualization

Thursday 22nd of December 2016 04:14:31 AM
Is virtualization still as strategically important as it was now that we are in the age of containers? According to a Red Hat survey of 900 enterprise IT administrators, systems architects, and IT managers across geographic regions and industries, the answer is a resounding yes. Virtualization adoption remains on the rise, and is integrated with many cloud deployments and platforms.

Quad-core, 64-bit ARM hacker SBC has onboard wireless and eMMC

Thursday 22nd of December 2016 03:05:54 AM
The tiny, open-spec, Kodi-oriented “Khadas Vim” SBC has a quad-core, Cortex-A53 Amlogic S905X, plus WiFi, BT, 2GB RAM, and 8GB ($50) or 16GB ($65) eMMC. A Chinese startup called Khadas has launched an open source Khadas Vim single board computer that runs on the Amlogic S905X, a lower-cost upgrade to the quad-core, Cortex-A53 Amlogic S905 found on Hardkernel’s Odroid-C2 hacker SBC.

Swift Is Old, Why Should I Use it?

Thursday 22nd of December 2016 01:57:16 AM
With emerging technology, there can be the thought that old is not good. It could lack the features and performance the business requires. Cloud technology changes so much, do we still need something like Swift that predates OpenStack?

Linux Mint, please stop discouraging users from upgrading

Thursday 22nd of December 2016 12:48:39 AM
Security is not an “If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it” problem.

Enforcing cluster-wide policies for a Kubernetes-based Docker cluster

Wednesday 21st of December 2016 11:40:02 PM
This article explains how cluster-level policies can be enforced for Kubernetes by using PodSecurityPolicy.

How to find Android apps that respect user privacy

Wednesday 21st of December 2016 10:31:25 PM
Have you ever downloaded an Android app only to find that it wants access to all your phone's features and all of your data? This experience, while not ubiquitous, is frustratingly common. Even applications in the F-Droid repository are not immune to requesting permission to access things they should not even need to access. For example, there is a Minesweeper application in F-Droid that wants to be able to record audio and video.read more

Vimix – A Flat Material Design Theme for Linux

Wednesday 21st of December 2016 09:22:48 PM
Vimix is a Flat Material Design Theme comes with two variants (Vimixdark & Vimixlight) get update with installation shell script.

Ticketmaster Chooses Kubernetes to Stay Ahead of Competition

Wednesday 21st of December 2016 08:14:11 PM
The company has begun to roll out a massive public cloud strategy that uses Kubernetes, an open source platform for the deployment and management of application containers, to keep everything running smoothly, and sent two of its top technologists to deliver a keynote at the 2016 CloudNativeCon in Seattle explaining their methodology.

Coopetition: All's fair in love and open source

Wednesday 21st of December 2016 07:05:34 PM
"I have been up against tough competition all my life. I wouldn't know how to get along without it."—Walt Disneyread more

This Intel board computer can be a powerful Ubuntu 16.04 Linux PC

Wednesday 21st of December 2016 05:56:57 PM
If you want a PC with Ubuntu Linux, you can turn to Intel's Joule single-board computer instead of buying an expensive machine.

Setup and configure a mail server with PostfixAdmin

Wednesday 21st of December 2016 04:48:20 PM
In this article, we will show you how to setup and configure a mail server with Postfix, Dovecot, Spamassassin, SQLite and PostfixAdmin on an Ubuntu 16.04 VPS with Nginx and PHP 7.0. This guide should work on other Linux VPS systems as well but was tested and written for an Ubuntu 16.04 VPS.

How to wirelessly manage, control, and access your Android phone from Linux using Airdroid

Wednesday 21st of December 2016 03:39:43 PM
What if you could access your phone from your computer? Yes, there are applications that not only let you access, but also manage as well as control your phone from your PC. If you have been looking for such a solution, look no further as in this tutorial we will discuss an application dubbed AirDroid, focusing on how you can use it to access/manage/control your Android phone from your Linux computer.

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    The FOI requests found that 87 per cent of attacks came via a networked NHS device and that 80 per cent were down to phished staffers. However, only a small proportion of the 100 or so Trusts responded to this part of the requests. "These results are far from surprising. Public sector organisations make a soft target for fraudsters because budget and resource shortages frequently leave hospitals short-changed when it comes to security basics like regular software patching," said Tony Rowan, Chief Security Consultant at SentinelOne. "The results highlight the fact that old school AV technology is powerless to halt virulent, mutating forms of malware like ransomware and a new more dynamic approach to endpoint protection is needed.

10 reasons to use Cinnamon as your Linux desktop environment

Recently I installed Fedora 25, and found that the current version of KDE Plasma was unstable for me; it crashed several times a day before I decided to try to try something different. After installing a number of alternative desktops and trying them all for a couple hours each, I finally settled on using Cinnamon until Plasma is patched and stable. Here's what I found. Read more

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