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Extremely Fast MySQL Backup and Restore Using Mydumper/Myloader

Sunday 28th of January 2018 02:00:00 AM

Mydumper and Myloader are utility software programs that allow you to perform extremely fast and reliable multi-threaded MySQL backup

How to Make a Minecraft Server on Ubuntu

Saturday 27th of January 2018 10:00:00 PM

Beginner-friendly tutorial on how to install, configure, and set up a Minecraft server on an Ubuntu server.

Linux kill Command Tutorial for Beginners (5 Examples)

Saturday 27th of January 2018 06:00:00 PM

Sometimes, while working on a Linux machine, you'll see that an application or a command line process gets stuck (becomes unresponsive).

How to Install Grav CMS with Nginx on Ubuntu 16.04

Saturday 27th of January 2018 02:00:00 PM

Grav is a modern web application that requires no database. It's a file-based web platform that's simple and fast.

How To Test Plasma Mobile OS On Your Computer

Saturday 27th of January 2018 01:58:07 PM

KDE team has released x86_64 based Plasma Mobile ISO images

KDE team has released x86_64 based Plasma Mobile ISO images

Running a Python application on Kubernetes

Saturday 27th of January 2018 07:00:00 AM

This step-by-step tutorial takes you through the process of deploying a simple Python application on Kubernetes.

Ruby does GTK+

Saturday 27th of January 2018 03:00:00 AM

A tutorial for creating GTK+ applications with Ruby.

How To Manage NodeJS Packages Using Npm

Friday 26th of January 2018 11:00:00 PM

 ostechnix: This tutorial describes how to manage NodeJS packages using Npm.

Use Glances to Monitor Remote Linux in Web Server Mode

Friday 26th of January 2018 10:00:00 PM

Tecmint: Glances is a free open source, modern, cross-platform, real-time top and htop like system monitoring tool.

Ubuntu 18.04 LTS (Bionic Beaver) Will Ship with XOrg by Default, Says Canonical

Friday 26th of January 2018 09:00:00 PM

softpedia: Ubuntu 17.10 (Artful Aardvark) was the first Ubuntu release to ship with Wayland as default display server, while the XOrg session was put on the back seat.

How to Install and Configure LibreNMS on Ubuntu 16.04

Friday 26th of January 2018 08:00:00 PM

LibreNMS is free and open source auto-discovering network monitoring tool based on PHP/MYSQL/SNMP.

Linux and Intel slowly hack their way to a Spectre patch

Friday 26th of January 2018 06:00:00 PM

Fixing the chip security holes Meltdown and Spectre will take a long, long time

Purism Plans to Bring Convergence to Its PureOS Linux Phone and Laptops

Friday 26th of January 2018 05:00:00 PM

Last week, Purism published their first report on the upcoming privacy-focused Linux smartphone since the crowdfunding campaign ended

Cumulus Networks Funding Tops $129M

Friday 26th of January 2018 03:00:00 PM

EnterpriseNetworkingPlanet: Linux network operating system vendor keeps on growing.

A step-by-step guide to Git

Friday 26th of January 2018 02:00:00 PM

opensource.com: This beginner's guide will quickly and easily get you started using Git.

How to Encrypt Files with Tomb on Ubuntu 16.04 LTS

Friday 26th of January 2018 01:00:00 PM

Tomb is an alternative to Truecrypt and Veracrypt designed for Linux systems.

How to resolve permission denied Linux error

Friday 26th of January 2018 12:00:00 PM

LinuxRoutes: This article will teach you quickly what is permission denied Linux error.

Cisco Acquires Skyport (Linux-powered servers) as Cyber-Security Investments Continue

Friday 26th of January 2018 07:00:00 AM

eWEEK:  Skyport got its starts building out Debian-Linux based system with hardened SELinux configurations.

Linux whereis Command Explained for Beginners (5 Examples)

Friday 26th of January 2018 03:00:00 AM

HowToForge: Sometimes, while working on the command line, we just need to quickly find out the location of the binary file for a command.

How Much Swap Should You Use in Linux?

Thursday 25th of January 2018 11:00:00 PM

 itsFOSS: How much should be the swap size?

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Security: Reproducible Builds, Windows Phones, Debian, Mageia Identity Security Breach and More

  • Reproducible Builds: Weekly report #147
  • Windows Phones Get Cumulative Update KB4074592, PDF Support Now Broken
    Just when you thought Windows 10 Mobile is dead, here’s Microsoft rolling out a new cumulative update for the platform as part of its February patching cycle. Windows 10 cumulative update KB4074592, which is also released on PCs running the Creators Update (version 1703) – phones have never received the Fall Creators Update, comes with little changes for mobile devices, though it does something that many users might notice. Microsoft doesn’t provide a separate change log for mobile and PC, so the release notes that you can find at the end of the article include all the improvements and security fixes that Microsoft included in KB4074592 for both platforms.
  • Time to Join Extended Long Term Support for Debian 7 Wheezy
    Debian 7 Wheezy LTS period ends on May 31st and some companies asked Freexian if they could get security support past this date. Since about half of the current team of paid LTS contributors is willing to continue to provide security updates for Wheezy, I have started to work on making this possible.
  • Hackers Infiltrated Tesla to Mine Cryptocurrency
    While Elon Musk was busy planning how to launch his Tesla Roadster into the depths of space last month, a hacker was silently using Tesla’s computing power to mine an unknown amount of cryptocurrency. The unidentified attackers found their way in through cracks in Tesla’s cloud environment, according to a report issued by RedLock security on February 20. The miners were able to gain access via an unprotected Tesla Kubernete console—an open source system that manages applications. Included on this console were the access credentials to Tesla’s Amazon Web Service. Once they obtained access to the console, the attackers were able to run scripts that allowed them to stealthily mine cryptocurrency.
  • Hacking at EPFL Toastmasters, Lausanne, tonight
    ...remember to turn off your mobile device or leave it at home, you never know when it might ring or become part of a demonstration.
  • Mageia Identity Security Breach
    A user was able to gain access to our LDAP database and has published the email addresses and names, as well as apparent password hashes, of anyone who has signed up to identity.mageia.org. However, the published hashes do not match those on record, and all capitalisation has been removed, so it is not clear that the actual passwords have been compromised. All of the passwords have since been reset as a security precaution. New rules have been added to prevent access to the LDAP server. The sysadmins are investigating how the fields were read, as the configuration should have specifically prevented this. The passwords stored by the Mageia LDAP server are hashed and salted, meaning that the full decryption of the password, if they have actually been leaked, into a human-usable format would require significant computing power for safe and complex passwords.

today's howtos

Canonical Donates Ubuntu Phones to UBports to Continue Ubuntu Touch Development

UBports devs announced today on Twitter that Canonical sent them a few old Ubuntu Phone devices to continue the development of the Ubuntu Touch mobile operating system. Now that Canonical has ceased the development of its revolutionary Unity 8 user interface for the Ubuntu Touch mobile operating system used on smartphones from Meizu and BQ, the company decided to donate several devices to the UBports community. UBports is recreating Ubuntu Touch, maintaining, updating, and modifying its code to offer the world a free and open source mobile operating system for those who want to use something else than Android, iOS, and what else is still out there. Read more Also: Ubuntu Server 18.04 LTS Will Default To The New Installer The New Ubuntu 18.04 LTS Server Installer

LibreOffice 6.1 Arrives in August with Revamped Online Experience, New Features

Last week, we talked with The Document Foundation's marketing assistant Mike Saunders about the 1 million downloads milestone reached by the major LibreOffice 6.0 release in only two weeks after its launch, who told us that the team is already working on the next version, LibreOffice 6.1, due for release in August. LibreOffice 6.1 will be the first major update to the 6.x series of the office suite and will add yet another layer of new features and improvements to the open-source and cross-platform office suite used by millions of computer users worldwide, and we'd like you to be the first to know about them. Read more