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LXer: Mozilla Acquires Pocket

Tuesday 28th of February 2017 08:51:46 AM
Mozilla is growing, experimenting more, and doubling down on our mission to keep the internet healthy, as a global public resource that’s open and accessible to all. As our first strategic acquisition, Pocket contributes to our strategy by growing our mobile presence.....

TuxMachines: Braswell based Pico-ITX SBC offers multiple expansion options

Tuesday 28th of February 2017 08:32:49 AM

Axiomtek’s PICO300 is a Pico-ITX SBC with Intel Braswell, SATA-600, extended temperature support, and both a mini-PCIe and homegrown expansion connector.

Axiomtek has launched a variation on its recently announced Intel Apollo Lake based PICO312 SBC that switches to the older Intel Braswell generation and offers a slightly reduced feature set. The board layout has also changed somewhat, with LVDS, SATA, and USB ports all changing location.

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Reddit: Completely destroyed MBR, can no longer boot anything.

Tuesday 28th of February 2017 08:29:51 AM

So after windows completely destroyed itself yesterday I decided I would just go back to linux mint because it was easier. Somewhere along the line I decided to give arch linux a try, hoping to end with the awesome WM.

That didn't happen.

Instead, I now have a computer that has such a fucked master boot record that it's beyond saving. I cannot boot form USB or CD because it's so broken.

Attempted to remove the hard drive I installed Arch linux on, and nothing changed. My only hope is that I can replace the motherboard.

Will this fix my problem? I have no OS to boot to (not Arch, not windows), and cannot boot from any form of media.

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TuxMachines: Events: g2k16 Hackathon, SUSE Hackweek, LinuxFest Northwest 2017

Tuesday 28th of February 2017 07:46:35 AM
  • g2k16 Hackathon Report: Matthieu Herrb on xenodm

    I started the hackathon by upgrading a number of packages in Xenocara. The most noteworthy being the XCB (X protocol C-language Bindings) suite updated to the most recent 1.12 version.

  • Hackweek projet: Let's Encrypt DNS-01 validation for with Gandi LiveDNS

    Last week was SUSE Hackweek and one of my projects was to get Let's Encrypt configured and working on my NAS.

    Let's Encrypt is a project aimed at providing SSL certificates for free, in an automated way.

  • openSUSE at LinuxFest Northwest 2017

    LinuxFest Northwest 2017, coming up the first weekend in May, promises to continue its tradition of providing a unique, active, fun experience for open-source enthusiasts at all experience levels. openSUSE continues its long-term sponsorship of the event, and we are looking forward to having a lot of fun! Submit your session proposals by March 1, 2017!

    LinuxFest Northwest, if you’re not familiar, is one of the largest community-centric conferences in the USA, and a free+libre event (no attendance fees and registration is optional) promoting open source, open hardware, and community involvement. Now in its 16th year, with an audience rapidly approaching 2,000 people, the event continues to grow, attract a broader audience, and redefine the experience of a weekend conference. With a Linux Game Den, a Robotics Lab, a Job Fair (new this year), community mini-summits, as well as the expo hall and 8 – 10 parallel tracks of sessions, LFNW is a week of conference stuffed into a weekend.

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LXer: Android struggling in tablets as Windows 10 2-in-1s come on strong

Tuesday 28th of February 2017 07:43:08 AM
Unlike its heyday, tablets aren't expected to be huge presence at this year's Mobile World Congress show in Barcelona. Lenovo and Samsung are launching some Android tablets, but more attention is being heaped on Windows 10 2-in-1 PCs that can be tablets and laptops.

LXer: Tiny COM features Apollo Lake and soldered RAM

Tuesday 28th of February 2017 06:34:31 AM
The MSC C10M-AL COM Express Mini Type 10 module offers Intel Apollo Lake, up to 8GB soldered RAM, dual displays, and optional industrial temp support. MSC Technologies has launched an 84 x 55mm COM Express Mini Type 10 computer-on-module available with Windows 10, or optionally a Linux BSP on request.

Reddit: Linux Server Direction

Tuesday 28th of February 2017 06:23:10 AM

Hi All,

I have setup an old macbook now running Ubuntu. I have set up OpenSSH and have everything ready to have it act as a server for home media, fun scripts/crons, learning more programming, etc. My keys are on the Ubuntu system for my other three machines. It works great on my local network but obviously it doesn't work when I am not on my own home WiFi.

It would be awesome if I could SSH in from any WiFi on any of my machines (which keys are added). I am not sure how I go about setting this up -- I have been reading some about port forwarding, static IP, DNS, etc. but I am struggling to figure out how this works exactly or how to get it set up.

I am playing with the Subnets of my AT&T router a bit but am having no luck. I would love to have a real word to ssh but what's important to me right now is just being able to SSH in out of home network even if its typing the IP everytime...

Can anyone point me in the right direction or offer some guidance? I apologize for my ignorance.


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LXer: Persistent Memory Usage in Linux

Tuesday 28th of February 2017 05:25:54 AM
In most cases, when a machine crashes or fails, we lose whatever we had loaded into memory, which for some applications can result in quite a bit of time and effort to recover when the system comes back online. At LinuxCon Europe, Maciej Maciejewski, Senior Software Engineer at Intel, talked about how persistent memory can be used to retain its contents after a power failure.

LXer: Windows 10 Creators Update can block Win32 apps if they’re not from the Store

Tuesday 28th of February 2017 04:17:17 AM
The latest Windows 10 Insider Preview build doesn't add much in the way of features—it's mostly just bug fixes—but one small new feature has been spotted, and it could be contentious.

Reddit: Why arguments in bash are specified after a minus sign and NOT + sign?

Tuesday 28th of February 2017 03:51:48 AM

Is it not more logical to have + for additional arguments than a dash or minus in bash commands?

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Reddit: Determine PID that is generating DNS queries

Tuesday 28th of February 2017 03:49:14 AM

Howdy all,

I've got a single Ubuntu 14.04.5 system that keeps asking my DNS server for its own hostname as a AAAA record about once every 60 seconds, give or take a second. I have no idea what process on this server is so eager to get an AAAA record of its own hostname, and I'm exhausted on ideas to capture it.

The server is running salt-minion and salt-master, but IPv6 is disabled for both of those. The processes are also set to know the master is arbiter.lan not arbiter. Another hitch is that every tcpdump capture states bad upd cksum.

Has anyone seen this? Has anyone tried capturing this before?


root@arbiter:~# tcpdump -vvv -s 0 -l -n port 53 tcpdump: listening on eth0, link-type EN10MB (Ethernet), capture size 262144 bytes 21:44:17.773142 IP (tos 0x0, ttl 64, id 10152, offset 0, flags [DF], proto UDP (17), length 53) > [bad udp cksum 0x9795 -> 0x9232!] 45360+ AAAA? arbiter. (25) 21:44:17.773481 IP (tos 0x0, ttl 64, id 37233, offset 0, flags [DF], proto UDP (17), length 53) > [bad udp cksum 0x9795 -> 0x11b2!] 45360 q: AAAA? arbiter. 0/0/0 (25) 21:45:18.074285 IP (tos 0x0, ttl 64, id 16673, offset 0, flags [DF], proto UDP (17), length 53) > [bad udp cksum 0x9795 -> 0xc83b!] 43314+ AAAA? arbiter. (25) 21:45:18.074636 IP (tos 0x0, ttl 64, id 41630, offset 0, flags [DF], proto UDP (17), length 53) > [bad udp cksum 0x9795 -> 0x47bb!] 43314 q: AAAA? arbiter. 0/0/0 (25) submitted by /u/txmoose
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LXer: Calibre 2.80 Open-Source eBook Manager Supports Sideloading of KFX Files, More

Tuesday 28th of February 2017 03:08:40 AM
Calibre developer Kovid Goyal is pleased to announce the availability of version 2.80 of his hugely popular, open-source and multi-platform ebook library management software.

Reddit: Ubuntu Server Config Help

Tuesday 28th of February 2017 02:02:41 AM

Hi All,

I have setup an Ubuntu server using openSSH on the desktop version of Ubuntu 16. I have this old laptop running 24/7 and acting as a server.

I SSH into servers all the time to work on Python and SQL stuff at work but it has all been setup for me. I want to have this laptop/server for media, fun cronjobs and just general enrichment for my own personal use.

I have several computers at home I want to set up to be able to SSH from each of them (currently works if on network). Right now, it is simply setup with a password. It doesn't take a genius to figure out this is not a great idea and I should be using a key. However, I am having a hard time finding a guide that doesnt go right over my head on how I go about doing this. So a few questions

  1. How can add the keys from my other computers so I can SSH in more securely to my server. (w/o a password preferably)
  2. Can I change my server name from username@ (fake IP) to something more friendly like (kinda like I do at work)
  3. Is there a way I can safely SSH into my server on a different network? I assume this is possible once I get my keys set up.

Thanks in advance,

Noob who wants to learn :)

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LXer: List All Installed Packages with apt on Ubuntu

Tuesday 28th of February 2017 02:00:03 AM
Apt is a command-line interface that allows you to perform actions such as installing new software packages, removing unnecessary software packages, updating the existing software packages, searching for specific software packages etc. on a Linux VPS running Debian as an operating system or a Debian-based Linux distributions like Ubuntu. In this tutorial, we will show you how to list all installed packages with apt on Ubuntu (show all installed software on your VPS)

Reddit: Recommendations for a Google Calendar-compatible Calendar App?

Tuesday 28th of February 2017 01:31:01 AM

Regrettably I'm running Cinnamon DE (tried GNOME, didn't like it), so I can't leverage GNOME accounts for Google Calendar integration.

Is there anything else I can use that will let me sync some kind of desktop-accessible calendar with my Gmail account? I've tried getting it to hook in with Thunderbird and various extensions, but no dice.

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