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In-vehicle panel PC has up to 10.4-inch touchscreen

Friday 9th of March 2018 07:48:05 PM
Taicenn’s Linux-ready, IP65 protected “TPC-DCXXXC1E” in-vehicle panel PC runs on a Bay Trail Celeron J1900, and has an 8- to 10.4-inch capacitive touchscreen, 2x GbE ports, SATA, mSATA, and wide-range power.

CNCF Sponsors New Free Kubernetes Deployment and Security Patterns eBook From The New Stack

Friday 9th of March 2018 06:33:45 PM
CNCF is proud to sponsor a new FREE ebook from The New Stack titled Kubernetes Deployment and Security Patterns. Download the ebook today.

Dynamic Linux Routing with Quagga

Friday 9th of March 2018 05:19:24 PM
We're going to use Quagga to manage dynamic routing for us, just set it and forget it. Quagga is a suite of routing protocols: OSPFv2, OSPFv3, RIP v1 and v2, RIPng, and BGP-4, which are all managed by the zebra daemon.

Installing Php 7.2 On Debian 8 Jessie And Debian 9 Stretch

Friday 9th of March 2018 04:05:04 PM
This article is for installing PHP 7.2 on debian 8, but if you want to install 7.1 instead a link is provided to the appropriate article.

Chrome 65, LLVM 6.0.0, Tumbleweed, Kubernetes and More

Friday 9th of March 2018 02:50:44 PM
News briefs for March 8, 2018.

Setting the stage for our next chapter

Friday 9th of March 2018 01:36:23 PM
2017 was a great year for Mozilla. From new and revitalized product releases across our expanding portfolio to significant progress in advocating for and advancing the open web. we are making two important changes to our leadership team to ensure we’re positioned for even greater impact in the years to come. I’m pleased to announce that Denelle Dixon has been promoted to Chief Operating Officer and Mark Mayo has been promoted to Chief Product Officer.

Looking for New Writers and Meet Us at SCaLE 16x

Friday 9th of March 2018 12:22:03 PM
If you're interested in writing for us, we want to hear from you[he]mdash[/he]or even better, here's a chance to meet us in person to discuss the possibilities.

Hybrid cloud security fundamentals: 4 things to know

Friday 9th of March 2018 11:07:43 AM
Cloud security issues IT leaders need to consider and be able to explain to others in the organization. As with any significant IT change, adopting a hybrid cloud model requires revisiting your security practices. Done right, hybrid cloud should help improve security.

Open source HummingBoard and CuBox revd with new i.MX8M module

Friday 9th of March 2018 09:53:23 AM
SolidRun unveiled a 47 x 30mm “i.MX8 SOM” module that runs Linux or Android on an NXP i.MX8M, and is available as part of a dual-GbE HummingBoard Pulse SBC and 50mm CuBox Pulse mini-PC. SolidRun has opened pre-orders for an i.MX8 SOM compute module with industrial temperature support, as well a new commercial temperature HummingBoard ........

How to Rename Multiple Files on Linux

Friday 9th of March 2018 08:39:03 AM
We’ll show you, how to rename multiple files on Linux . Every operating system in the modern world comes with several ways to interact with its file system. Whether it’s creating files, renaming them, copying them, or deleting them, they all come with functionality to efficiently carry out all of these tasks. However, one operation that most operating systems fall short with is renaming several files at the same time. Whether you need a pattern that the files need to follow, or if you just want to rename many files at one time, renaming files can be quite tedious.

Memcached DDoS: This 'kill switch' can stop attacks dead in their tracks

Friday 9th of March 2018 07:24:43 AM
The 1Tbps-plus memcached amplification attacks that hammered GitHub and other networks over the past week can be disarmed with a "practical kill switch", according to DDoS protection firm Corero.

How to Install ActiveMQ Message Broker on Debian 9

Friday 9th of March 2018 06:10:23 AM
Apache ActiveMQ is a free and open source message broker software written in Java that can serve as a central point for communication between distributed processes. In this tutorial, we will learn how to install Apache ActiveMQ on Debian 9 server.

openSUSE Tumbleweed Gets Latest Linux 4.15.7 Kernel and LibreOffice 6.0.2

Friday 9th of March 2018 04:56:02 AM
The openSUSE Project announced today that it released several snapshots for its rolling openSUSE Tumbleweed distro during the past week, which brought numerous updated packages and the latest GNU/Linux technologies.

Open-spec, dual-core ARM SBC runs Debian with Linux 4.4.8

Friday 9th of March 2018 03:41:42 AM
Technologic’s “TS-7800-V2” drop-in replacement for its venerable ARM9-based V1 board advances to a dual-core -A9 Armada 385 and a Cyclone V FPGA, plus new features like eMMC, USB 3.0, CAN, mini-PCIe, and a -40 to 85°C range. Technologic has upgraded its popular TS-7800 SBC, which debuted in 2007......

Mesosphere Extends DC/OS to the EDGE, Adds Multi-Cloud, Kubernetes Support

Friday 9th of March 2018 02:27:22 AM
With today's release, users of DC/OS will be be able to not only treat multiple machines as one -- but will be able to bring devices at the edge as well as multiple clouds to the platform's pane of glass.

How to set up a print server on a Raspberry Pi

Friday 9th of March 2018 01:13:01 AM
I like to work on small projects at home, so this year I picked up a Raspberry Pi 3 Model B, a great model for home hobbyists like me. With built-in wireless on the Raspberry Pi 3 Model B, I can connect the Pi to my home network without a cable. This makes it really easy to put the Raspberry Pi to use right where it is more

Eliminate bias in code reviews with free browser add-on

Thursday 8th of March 2018 11:58:41 PM
Here’s something you can do for International Women’s Day: Get all the software engineers in your life to download and use a new Firefox extension called Blind Reviews Experiment. It gives programmers a way to combat bias by anonymizing pull requests. Read moreThe post Eliminate bias in code reviews with free browser add-on appeared first on The Mozilla Blog.

Best Editor

Thursday 8th of March 2018 10:44:21 PM
Read on to see which editor is the LJ reader favorite.Here's the breakdown (all editors listed below were nominated by readers):

How to Install Caddy Web Server with PHP-FPM on Ubuntu 16.04

Thursday 8th of March 2018 09:30:01 PM
Caddy or Caddy web server is an open source HTTP/2 enabled web server written in Go. In this tutorial, I will show you step by step how to install and configure the Caddy web server with PHP-FPM 7.x on Ubuntu 16.04.

What is open source programming?

Thursday 8th of March 2018 06:49:18 PM
At the simplest level, open source programming is merely writing code that other people can freely use and modify. But you've heard the old chestnut about playing Go, right? "So simple it only takes a minute to learn the rules, but so complex it requires a lifetime to master." Writing open source code is a pretty similar experience. It's easy to chuck a few lines of code up on GitHub, Bitbucket, SourceForge, or your own blog or site. But doing it right requires some personal investment, effort, and more

More in Tux Machines

Canonical Officially Announces Mozilla's Firefox as a Snap App for Ubuntu Linux

The Firefox Snap package appears to be maintained by Mozilla, which allows Linux users to test drive the latest features of their Quantum browser on multiple GNU/Linux distributions that support Canonical's Snappy universal binary format. Developed by Canonical, the Snap universal application packaging format for Linux lets Linux users enjoy the most recent release of a software product as soon as it's released upstream. It's secure by design and works natively on multiple popular Linux OSes. Read more

today's leftovers

Replacing Windows

  • Ubuntu-Based Zorin OS Gets Better Support for Windows Apps, Desktop Improvements
    A new maintenance update of the Ubuntu-based Zorin OS GNU/Linux distribution arrived at the end of this week with a bunch of enhancements to its desktop environment, as well as the latest versions of core components and apps. Zorin OS 12.3 is here as the latest stable update of the Ubuntu-based operating system with a focus on improving the security, stability, and functionality of Zorin OS, which was always known as one of the most reliable open-source alternatives to Microsoft's Windows operating system. Therefore, probably the most important change of the Zorin OS 12.3 release is the introduction of Wine 3.0, the latest stable version of the compatibility layer for running Windows programs on Linux and UNIX-like systems, which ensures better compatibility with more Windows apps and games on Zorin OS.
  • Microsoft tries forcing Mail users to open links in Edge, and people are freaking out

    Under the new rules, it doesn’t matter which browser you have selected as the default; if you use the basic Mail app within Windows, any link you click will open up Edge.

  • Google picks up another win for G Suite as Airbus grounds Microsoft Office

    With over 130,000 employees, Airbus uses a lot of office productivity software. It recently decided to make a big bet on Google’s G Suite software package after running the company for years on hosted versions of Microsoft Office, according to a report.  

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