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LXer: Command Line Arguments in Linux Shell Scripting

Sunday 7th of June 2015 12:14:35 AM
Command line arguments (also known as positional parameters) are the arguments specified at the command prompt with a command or script to be executed.

Reddit: Rust commits to 6-week release cycle

Sunday 7th of June 2015 12:11:42 AM

TuxMachines: Linux Kernel 4.0.5 Is Out with x86, ARM, and XFS Improvements, Updated Drivers

Saturday 6th of June 2015 06:43:58 PM

The fifth maintenance released of Linux kernel 4.0 arrived today, June 6, as announced by Greg Kroah-Hartman, a renowned kernel developer, on Linux kernel's official mailing lists.

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TuxMachines: KDE Applications 15.04.2, Wine 1.7.44, Mozilla Firefox 38.0.5 Land in Chakra GNU/Linux

Saturday 6th of June 2015 06:34:24 PM

Today we have some awesome news for all Chakra GNU/Linux users, as its developers announced the immediate availability of some of the latest Linux technologies in the main software repositories of the Arch Linux-based distribution.

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LXer: MediaGoblin 0.8.0 Open Source Media Server Released with Initial Python 3 Support

Saturday 6th of June 2015 06:31:29 PM
Dubbed “A Gallery of Fine Creatures”, MediaGoblin 0.8.0 is here to bring significant improvements the client to server API component, which means that the software will no longer depend on a web browser.

Reddit: Fedora 22 Now Swimming in DigitalOcean

Saturday 6th of June 2015 06:05:07 PM

Reddit: Mozilla CTO Andreas Gal Leaving for IoT Startup

Saturday 6th of June 2015 06:01:28 PM

LXer: Phishers Going the Long Way Round to Avoid Filtering Systems

Saturday 6th of June 2015 02:42:45 PM
Any human with an email address likely has gotten thousands of spam messages that look like delivery notifications, invoices, or other alleged communications from shipping companies such as UPS or DHL. They typically contain malicious attachments with exploits for a browser or plug-in vulnerability, but a researcher at the University of Cambridge has run across a novel twist on this kind of spam that turns out to be a completely different kind of attack.

Reddit: Linux and programming

Saturday 6th of June 2015 06:11:46 AM

Personally i believe that if you dont know jack about Linux, you can't call yourself a programmer.

To create a safe and efficient piece of code, you need basic OS knowledge to know how your program is executed. I can't se how you can get this experience on Windows...

Yesterday, in a post on this subreddit, I have been met with downvotes and bad comments when I mentioned my point of view.

Don't you fellow redditors agree with my assumption about Linux and programming?

Please comment with a reason.

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Reddit: Starting Your Linux Career: 10 Steps

Saturday 6th of June 2015 06:03:13 AM

Slashdot: Rate These 53 Sub-$200 Hacker SBCs, Win 1 of 20

Friday 5th of June 2015 07:00:01 PM

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