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LXer: Automatic MySQL schema management with Skeema

Monday 24th of April 2017 06:31:34 AM
At this year's Percona Live open source database conference, I'll be discussing automatic MySQL schema management with Skeema. Skeema solves many problems that software engineers and DBAs encounter when managing migrations. How can they keep schemas in sync across development, staging, and production systems?read more

LXer: Whats new in OpenStack Ocata

Monday 24th of April 2017 04:37:12 AM
OpenStack Ocata has now been out for a little over a month and we[he]#039[/he]re about to see the first milestone of the Pike release. Past cycles show that now[he]#039[/he]s about the time when people start looking at the new release to see if they should consider moving to it. So here[he]#039[/he]s a quick overview of what[he]#039[/he]s new in this more

Reddit: Install the Fedora OS on our laptop

Monday 24th of April 2017 04:04:25 AM

Reddit: My time jumped an hour ahead

Monday 24th of April 2017 02:46:33 AM

not sure when/why, but noticed my clock an hour ahead, and date in bash gives the hour ahead time too

EDIT: utc too

anoobis@botnet:~$ date -u Mon Apr 24 03:48:25 UTC 2017 submitted by /u/955559
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LXer: Getting to Know GNOME (From a Unity Perspective)

Monday 24th of April 2017 02:42:50 AM
Jack Wallen looks at the similarities and differences between Unity and GNOME to help Unity users effortlessly make the transition.

Reddit: Total rookie here, trying to install an app from a .zip file. Any help appreciated!

Monday 24th of April 2017 01:16:08 AM

Feel a bit needy asking here but anyway.

I need this application for my cycling computer but after a lot of googling and reading I am no closer to figuring out how to install it from the .zip file or the extracted folder.

I am running Linux Mint 18.1 64 bit.

Would be greatful for any help whatsoever <3

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Reddit: Is Your Son a Computer Hacker?

Monday 24th of April 2017 01:12:54 AM

LinuxToday: Cockpit An Easy Way to Administer Multiple Remote Linux Servers via a Web Browser

Monday 24th of April 2017 01:00:00 AM

Cockpit is a free and open source web-based system management tool where users can easily monitor and manage multiple remote Linux servers.

LXer: Mirantis enters the Kubernetes game and ups its OpenStack play

Monday 24th of April 2017 12:48:28 AM
Besides managing OpenStack clouds, Mirantis is adding cloud container management to its skillset with Kubernetes.

Phoronix: Linux 4.11 Pushed Back: 4.11-rc8 Released

Monday 24th of April 2017 12:22:28 AM
While last week Linus Torvalds was looking at releasing Linux 4.11 this weekend, Linux 4.11-rc8 instead was issued today...

Reddit: Thoughts on elementary OS for the desktop?

Sunday 23rd of April 2017 11:41:55 PM

I've been playing with elementary all day and I'm really impressed. Those who have used/switched to elementary OS, what has been your impression? Any tips for the new adopters among us?

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LXer: The Companies That Support Linux and Open Source: Doky

Sunday 23rd of April 2017 10:54:06 PM
Doky is a Linux-based online operating system that provides cloud collaboration and storage and a quickly growing, fully integrated set of virtual desktop apps. Its free web and mobile platform can replace the functions of a local computer, allowing users to access their desktop, data, tabs and more securely from any computer, anywhere, anytime.

TuxMachines: Themes for Ubuntu

Sunday 23rd of April 2017 09:12:08 PM
  • Flattiance is a Flat Fork of Ubuntu’s Ambiance Theme

    Flattiance is pitched as a “semi-flat fork” of the Ubuntu Ambiance theme. You know, the one that ships out of the box and by default. On the whole Flattiance keeps to the same color palette, with dark browns and orange accents, but it ditches the gradient in app headers in favour of a solid block.

  • A quick look at some essential GNOME Shell tweaks and extensions

    Now that Ubuntu is moving to GNOME Shell, many people will get a bit of a shock at how different the workflow is from Unity to Shell. Here’s a quick look at some essentials to get you going.

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TuxMachines: Graphics and Games

Sunday 23rd of April 2017 09:07:27 PM
  • Compute Shader Patches For Nouveau Pascal
  • Steam For Linux [Steam review]

    Technically, physically, mentally, chemically games are those things which make us feel like a child again. Age doesn’t matter, what matter is that spirit that is inside us, that “gamer” spirit. When I joined Linux two years ago, I installed steam firstly to get my games from windows back. Now I've got a library of limitless free and paid games having my CS: GO too. I am a daily CS: GO, player. All my favorite games are on Linux via steam. That is why I decided to review it for you guys who are new to Linux world and are in a doubt that how to use steam, what is steam? All answers are here. So here is Steam for Linux.

  • A look at Codroids, a puzzle game with a focus on simplicity

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TuxMachines: Ubuntu and elementary

Sunday 23rd of April 2017 09:04:27 PM
  • System76 wants to build its own hardware for its Linux-based computers

    System76 is building up quite a name for itself, being one of a very limited number of companies selling only computers running Linux-based operating systems. Now the aim is to branch out; System76 wants to design and build its own hardware, while representing the open source community as it does so.

    At the moment, the hardware used in System76 systems is outsourced, but in the future this will change. The company says that it is moving into phase three of its development cycle, and this "moves product design and manufacturing in house." And you should set your expectations high: "We're about to build the Model S of computers. Something so brilliant and beautiful that reviewers will have to add an 11 to their scores."

  • AppCenter Spotlight: Beta Testers

    Over the past month we’ve been beta testing the new AppCenter with a number of developers, from elementary OS contributors to backers of our Indiegogo campaign. After testing out the submission process and getting some apps into the store (and seeing rapid updates!), I wanted to take a moment to highlight some of the first apps.

  • elementary OS to get improved AppCenter, showing off a few new applications

    I have to hand it to the elementary OS guys, they have a massive focus on design and it does look quite incredible. It is easily one of the best looking Linux distributions, which I do admire. Their new AppCenter, for example, looks extremely clean and clear.

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More in Tux Machines

Leftovers: OSS

  • Codesmith Students Garner National Praise for Open-Source Contributions
    Reactide is an Integrated Development Environment built for React, which intends to make React development easier for Software Engineers. The project has been widely praised, amassing over 6,000 stars on GitHub.
  • Airbnb’s new open source library lets you design with React and render to Sketch
    Today, Airbnb’s design team open sourced its internal library for writing React components that easily render directly to Sketch. Instead of trying to get Sketch to export to code, the Airbnb team spent its time on the opposite — putting the paintbrush in the hands of the engineer.
  • [Older] Telecoms copying cloud providers make beeline for open source, say analysts
    The supersonic growth of Amazon Web Services and other cloud providers in the past few years owes much to open-source communities that fed them cutting-edge tech free-of-charge. Now telecom is mimicking this strategy through involvement with the Linux Foundation, according to Scott Raynovich (@rayno) (pictured, right), guest host of theCUBE, SiliconANGLE Media’s mobile live streaming studio.
  • Get a Preview of Apache IoT Projects at Upcoming ApacheCon
    The countdown until ApacheCon North America has begun. The blockbuster event will be in Miami this year and runs May 16-18. The Apache community is made up of many niche communities and ApacheCon offers something for all of them. Here, Roman Shaposhnik, Director of Open Source, Pivotal Inc., who is heading the Apache IoT track at the ApacheCon conference, gave us a sneak peek of what the Apache Internet of Things community can look forward to at the event.
  • Free Webinar on Starting a Collaborative Open Source Project
  • Oracle draws curtains on OmniOS
    With its openly stated operational remit of ‘aggressive acquisitions’ (albeit positively aggressive), Oracle is (very) arguably a firm known for buying, swallowing, acquiring those companies it decides to consume.
  • Partners Healthcare, Persistent Systems to develop open-source platform
  • Libreboot Applies to Rejoin GNU
    Last week we reported that after reorganization, Libreboot was considering rejoining GNU and was seeking input from its community to determine the amount of support it had for such a move. From reading the comments posted both on our article on FOSS Force and on Libreboot’s website, it comes as no surprise that the project’s core members feel they have the necessary consesus to proceed. Last night, FOSS Force received an email — sent jointly to us and Phoronix — letting us know of the decision. Rather than repeat what’s already been written and said on the subject (for that, follow the first link above), we’re publishing a slightly edited version of the email, which will pretty much bring everyone up to date on the situation.

Security updates and no more patches from grsecurity (without a fee)

  • Security updates for Wednesday
  • GrSecurity Kernel Patches Will No Longer Be Free To The Public
    The GrSecurity initiative that hosts various out-of-tree patches to the mainline Linux kernel in order to enhance the security will no longer be available to non-paying users. GrSecurity has been around for the better part of two decades and going back to the 2.4 kernel days. In 2015 the stable GrSecurity patches became available to only commercial customers while the testing patches had still been public. That's now changing with all GrSecurity users needing to be customers.
  • Passing the Baton: FAQ
    This change is effective today, April 26th 2017. Public test patches have been removed from the download area. 4.9 was specifically chosen as the last public release as being the latest upstream LTS kernel will help ease the community transition.
  • grsecurity - Passing the Baton
    Anyone here use grsecurity and have any thoughts about this?

Microsoft-Connected Forrester and Black Duck Continue to Smear FOSS

More Coverage of Kali Linux 2017.1 Release

  • Kali Linux 2017.1 Security OS Brings Wireless Injection Attacks to 802.11 AC
    Offensive Security, the developers of the BackTrack-derived Kali Linux open-source, security-oriented operating system announced the availability of the Kali Linux 2017.1 rolling release. Since Kali Linux become a rolling distro, the importance of such updated images was never the same, but Kali Linux 2017.1 appears to be a major release of the ethical hacking distro, adding a bunch of exciting new features and improvements to the Debian-based operating system.
  • Kali Linux 2017.1 Released With New Features | Download ISO Files And Torrents Here
    Offensive Security has updated the Kali Linux images with new features and changes. Termed Kali Linux 2017.1, this release comes with support for wireless injection attacks to 802.11ac and Nvidia CUDA GPU. You can simply update your existing installation by running few commands if you don’t wish to download the updated images from Kali repos.