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Are Chromebooks Fuelling Rise in #Linux OS Marketshare?O

Thursday 22nd of December 2016 02:00:00 PM

OMGchrome: It’s a question many have been asking over the past few months, as open-source enthusiasts rallied around reports that show Linux marketshare gaining ground for another consecutive month.

GCC 6.3 Released

Thursday 22nd of December 2016 01:00:00 PM

GCC 6.2 fixes 79 bugs

NFS Client Updates For The Linux 4.10 Kernel

Thursday 22nd of December 2016 12:00:00 PM

Phoronix: For users of the Network File System, there are more NFS client updates coming in the Linux 4.10 kernel.

Ticketmaster Chooses Kubernetes to Stay Ahead of Competition

Thursday 22nd of December 2016 07:00:00 AM Justin Dean, Ticketmaster’s SVP of Platform and Technical Operations, explains the company's massive public cloud strategy that uses Kubernetes.

Global Average Internet Connection Speed Reaches 6.3 Mbps in 3Q16

Thursday 22nd of December 2016 03:00:00 AM

EnterpriseNetworkingPlanet: Akamai's Third Quarter 2016, State of the Internet Report shows a 21 percent year-over-year increase in the global average internet connection speed.

Nmap 7.40 Holiday Release: a dozen new NSE scripts, hundreds of new fingerprints, new Npcap, faster brute forcing, and more...

Wednesday 21st of December 2016 11:00:00 PM

Happy holidays from the Nmap Project!  In case your Christmas break plans involve a lot of port scanning, we're delighted to announce our holiday Nmap 7.40 release!

5 rock-solid Linux distros for developers

Wednesday 21st of December 2016 10:00:00 PM

 InfoWorld: Developers want power, flexibility, stability, and ease, and these Linux distributions have it all.

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

Wednesday 21st of December 2016 09:00:00 PM

HowToForge: What if you could access your phone from your computer?

How to find Android apps that respect user privacy

Wednesday 21st of December 2016 08:00:00 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?

Install Linux Kernel 4.9 In CentOS and Ubuntu

Wednesday 21st of December 2016 07:00:00 PM

 ostechnix: This guide explains how to install latest stable Linux Kernel version in CentOS, RHEL, Fedora, and Ubuntu, Linux Mint.

How to Use Tar Command Effectively in Linux For Good Backup Solution

Wednesday 21st of December 2016 06:00:00 PM

 2daygeek: Tar is the most commonly used command in Linux for creating a archive file.

3 Useful GUI and Terminal Based Linux Disk Scanning Tools

Wednesday 21st of December 2016 05:00:00 PM

One of the first things you can always investigate is filesystem inconsistency or errors and there is no other better utility for performing this other than fsck.

Play Netflix on Linux with Firefox

Wednesday 21st of December 2016 04:00:00 PM

 LinuxConfig: Netflix and Linux have a somewhat troubled past.

New BlackArch Linux ISOs Roll Out with Kernel 4.8.13, over 1600 Hacking Tools

Wednesday 21st of December 2016 03:00:00 PM

Among the improvements included in BlackArch Linux 2016.12.20, we can mention that all the in-house build BlackArch tools have received new versions

BusyBox 1.26.0, the Swiss Army Knife of Linux, Released with Over 200 Changes

Wednesday 21st of December 2016 02:00:00 PM

BusyBox 1.26.0 is an unstable build and arrives six months after the release of BusyBox 1.25.0 development version

4 Most Common Myths About Tor You Should Learn About

Wednesday 21st of December 2016 01:00:00 PM

 MakeTechEasier: TOR has become such a popular application that many people trust it completely without knowing how it works.

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Red Hat Financial News

OpenSUSE and Fedora Elections

  • Michal Hrušecký: Running for re-election
    As you might have noticed, I’m running for re-election. I served my first term as openSUSE Board member, learned a lot and I think I could represent you well for another two years. Although this years elections will be tough as we have in the end quite some strong candidates. So honestly, I have no worries regarding result of the elections as it can’t end badly. Compare it to real world politics and elections where the results can be either bad or even worse… But even though our elections are quite friendly, it is still competition. So what would I do if I get elected? Why should you vote for me? I’ll try to answer it in this post.
  • Elections Retrospective, January 2017
    The results are in! The Fedora Elections for the Fedora 25 release cycle of FESCo, FAmSCo and the Council concluded on Tuesday, January 17th. The results are posted on the Fedora Voting Application and announced on the mailing lists. You can also find the full list of winning candidates below. I would also like to share some interesting statistics in this January 2017 Elections Retrospective.
  • Mea Culpa: Fedora Elections

Leftovers: Software

  • OpenShot 2.2 Offers Free, Open Source Pro Editing for 4K and 5K Videos
    4K ultra HD resolution is without a doubt now at least the mainstream near future standard for digital recording, content and display resolution and we don’t expect this to change for at least a few years. The majority of new larger 50 inch+ TVs going on sale today are 4K models, 4K monitors are becoming much more common and now virtually all mid-range to premium digital recording cameras offer ultra HD resolution of at least [email protected] x 2160 pixels and in many cases even higher.
  • Google Drive CLI Client For Linux
    Google Drive is one of the most popular services to store your files in the cloud. You can access to your Google Drive account through a web browser or using a client. This time I’m going to talk about one Google Drive client but without graphical interface, in this tutorial you’re going to know how to use a client through the command line interface to access, download and upload to your google drive.
  • Calligra 3.0 Open-Source Office Suite Officially Released, Krita and Author Out
    After a long time in development, Calligra, the open-source office suite designed for KDE Plasma desktops, makes a comeback in 2017 with the release of the 3.0 milestone. While many GNU/Linux users were able to download and install the new Calligra 3.0 office suite from the official channels of the project or the stable software repositories of their favorite GNU/Linux distribution since last week, an official announcement was published earlier this week.
  • Free Software Foundation Makes ‘Major Overhaul’ In High Priority Projects
    Coolness alert! The Free Software Foundation has announced an updated list of high priority projects on a global scale. Top priorities now include a free software phone operating system, clouds, hardware, voice and video chat, inclusiveness, security and internationalisation of free software. The announcement is available here. It includes a link to the new list. The update followed feedback from about 150 free software community members over the past year. FSF isn’t seeking to run or control the projects, but will encourage them whether they are under their auspices or not, they said.
  • GNU Screen v.4.5.0
    I’m proud to announce the release of GNU Screen v.4.5. This time it’s mostly a bugfix release. We added just one new feature: now it’s possible to specify logfile name by using parameter -L (default name stays screenlog.0). Myself also spent some time to make source code a bit cleaner. As you probably noticed we were going to release 4.5 until Christmas. Unfortunately, we could not do it because of some internal GNU problems. I’m very apologise for that.

OSS Leftovers

  • Why 2017 Will Bring Cheer for Open Source Enthusiasts
    A few years ago, open source was the less-glamourous and low-cost alternative in the enterprise world, and no one would have taken the trouble to predict what its future could look like. Fast-forward to 2016, many of us will be amazed by how open source has become the de facto standard for nearly everything inside an enterprise. Open source today is the primary engine for innovation and business transformation. Cost is probably the last reason for an organisation to go in for open source. An exclusive market study conducted by North Bridge and Black Duck brought some fascinating statistics a few months ago. In the study titled “Future of Open Source”, about 90 percent of surveyed organisations said that open source improves efficiency, interoperability and innovation. What is even more significant is the finding that the adoption of open source for production environments outpaced the proprietary software for the first time – more than 55 percent leverage OSS for production infrastructure.
  • Five ways open source accelerates IoT
    Just having seen Passengers in the theater the other night, I reflected on how soon we might see a self-piloted space vessel like this transporting passengers through deep space. This incredible film features a spacecraft that is a work of IoT art, where things interact with one another to manage some of the harshest conditions imaginable. As an advocate for open source software and the innovation derived from its collaborative development methodology, I have a deep interest in how the journey to an IoT where a future like this is possible can benefit from open source solutions. I would even argue that the acceptance of open source methodologies has helped IoT gain momentum, capture mindshare and quickly deliver real results.
  • How to gain confidence to participate in open source
    As your brain develops, you learn about what you can and should do in the world, and what you can't and shouldn't. Your actions are influenced by surroundings and norms, and many times what keeps you from participating is a lack of self-confidence.