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Spinnaker: The Kubernetes of Continuous Delivery

Tuesday 16th of October 2018 02:15:00 PM
Title: Spinnaker: The Kubernetes of Continuous Delivery16 OctLearn more

Set Up a CI/CD Pipeline with a Jenkins Pod in Kubernetes (Part 2)

Tuesday 16th of October 2018 09:03:28 AM
Title: Set Up a CI/CD Pipeline with a Jenkins Pod in Kubernetes (Part 2)16 OctLearn more

Get an Introduction to Open Source, Git, and Linux with New Training Course

Monday 15th of October 2018 03:42:34 PM
Title: Get an Introduction to Open Source, Git, and Linux with New Training Course15 OctLearn more

4 Must-Have Tools for Monitoring Linux

Friday 12th of October 2018 02:06:53 PM
Title: 4 Must-Have Tools for Monitoring Linux12 OctLearn more

Linux-Based Airtame 2 Offers an Enterprise Alternative to Chromecast

Wednesday 10th of October 2018 02:28:16 PM

One category that often gets overlooked in the discussion of Linux computers is the market for HDMI dongle devices that plug into your TV to stream, mirror, or cast content from your laptop or mobile device. Yesterday, Google announced an extensively leaked third-gen version of its market-leading, Linux-powered Chromecast device.

GCC: Optimizing Linux, the Internet, and Everything

Tuesday 9th of October 2018 02:33:25 PM
Title: GCC: Optimizing Linux, the Internet, and Everything9 OctLearn more

Get Essential Security Information from Linux Security Summit Videos

Monday 8th of October 2018 03:01:51 PM
Title: Get Essential Security Information from Linux Security Summit Videos8 OctLearn more

Open Source Logging Tools for Linux

Friday 5th of October 2018 02:00:34 PM

If you’re a Linux systems administrator, one of the first tools you will turn to for troubleshooting are log files. These files hold crucial information that can go a long way to help you solve problems affecting your desktops and servers. For many sysadmins (especially those of an old-school sort), nothing beats the command line for checking log files. But for those who’d rather have a more efficient (and possibly modern) approach to troubleshooting, there are plenty of options.

Continuous Security with Kubernetes

Friday 5th of October 2018 12:27:24 PM
Title: Continuous Security with Kubernetes5 OctLearn more

Greg Kroah-Hartman Explains How the Kernel Community Is Securing Linux

Tuesday 2nd of October 2018 02:03:35 PM
Title: Greg Kroah-Hartman Explains How the Kernel Community Is Securing Linux2 OctLearn more

The End of the Road: systemd's "Socket" Units

Monday 1st of October 2018 02:06:24 PM
Title: The End of the Road: systemd's "Socket" Units1 OctLearn more

Netrunner Builds on KDE for a Unique Linux Spin

Friday 28th of September 2018 02:02:59 PM

Most every Linux distribution is based on another one. Many are based on Ubuntu or Debian, some are based on Fedora, while others are based on Arch Linux. And, even when a distribution offers different types of releases (stable vs. rolling, or various available desktops), they are generally based on the same base platform.

Open Source Summit & ELC + OpenIoT Summit Europe Features 13 Co-Located Events

Friday 28th of September 2018 11:15:33 AM

Make the most of your time at Open Source Summit/ELC + OpenIoT Summit Europe!

Building Security into Linux-Based Azure Sphere

Wednesday 26th of September 2018 02:02:06 PM
Title: Building Security into Linux-Based Azure Sphere26 SepLearn more

Hyperledger Global Forum

Tuesday 25th of September 2018 06:26:42 PM

Developers, vendors, enterprise end-users, and enthusiasts of business blockchain technologies will converge in Basel, Switzerland December 12–15, 2018 for the inaugural Hyperledger Global Forum. The first two days will feature a forum with keynotes, breakout sessions, and a technical showcase. The following two days will feature hands-on tutorials and workshop events. Come join us in Basel!

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Event Title: Hyperledger Global Forum25 SepLearn more

FoundationDB Summit

Tuesday 25th of September 2018 06:02:21 PM

FoundationDB Summit is a technical conference organized by the FoundationDB community for companies and developers using FoundationDB, the recently open-sourced distributed database. At this inaugural event, we’ll be organized on a single track with plenty of time to meet and learn from early adopters, core developers, and other community members.

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Event Title: FoundationDB Summit25 SepLearn more

Acumos AI Day

Tuesday 25th of September 2018 05:26:50 PM

Join us for a technical community discussion of the Acumos AI Project and how Acumos can be used by model developers and IT professionals to deliver machine learning solutions via a secure marketplace.

This 1-day event will feature demonstrations and discussions of the Acumos Marketplace, a review of Acumos platform components, a panel discussion of the priorities and future direction of the platform in upcoming releases, a presentation on how to plan, build, onboard and deploy AI models and much more.

Event Title: Acumos AI Day25 SepLearn more

Troubleshooting Node.js Issues with llnode

Tuesday 25th of September 2018 02:41:17 PM
Title: Troubleshooting Node.js Issues with llnode25 SepLearn more

Open Compliance Summit

Monday 24th of September 2018 11:44:04 PM

The Open Compliance Summit is held annually in Yokohama, Japan. It provides an excellent opportunity for Linux Foundation Members in the APAC region to share knowledge around open source compliance matters and to build connections that streamline interactions between companies of all sizes in all sectors.

Our theme for 2018 is “Practical Compliance in 2018 – Market Trends, Case Studies and Shared Solutions”

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Event Title: Open Compliance Summit24 SepLearn more

Open vSwitch

Monday 24th of September 2018 10:51:28 PM

The Open vSwitch project, a Linux Foundation Collaborative Project, will host its fifth annual conference focused on Open vSwitch and OVN on December 5 and 6, 2018, at Club Auto Sport in San Jose, California

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Event Title: Open vSwitch24 SepLearn more

More in Tux Machines

Browsing the web with Min, a minimalist open source web browser

Does the world need another web browser? Even though the days of having a multiplicity of browsers to choose from are long gone, there still are folks out there developing new applications that help us use the web. One of those new-fangled browsers is Min. As its name suggests (well, suggests to me, anyway), Min is a minimalist browser. That doesn't mean it's deficient in any significant way, and its open source, Apache 2.0 license piques my interest. Read more

Security: Patches, FUD and Voting Machines

  • libssh 0.8.4 and 0.7.6 security and bugfix release

    libssh versions 0.6 and above have an authentication bypass vulnerability in the server code. By presenting the server an SSH2_MSG_USERAUTH_SUCCESS message in place of the SSH2_MSG_USERAUTH_REQUEST message which the server would expect to initiate authentication, the attacker could successfully authentciate without any credentials.

  • A Cybersecurity Weak Link: Linux and IoT [Ed: Blaming "Linux" for companies that put default passwords on all their products? Windows has back doors.]
  • Undetectably bypass voting machines' anti-tamper mechanism with a bit of a soda-can

    But University of Michigan grad student Matt Bernhard has demonstrated that he can bypass the tamper-evident seals in seconds, using a shim made from a slice of a soda can. The bypass is undetectable and doesn't damage the seal, which can be resecured after an attacker gains access to the system.

  • Security Seals Used to Protect Voting Machines Can Be Easily Opened With Shim Crafted from a Soda Can

    Bernhard, who is an expert witness for election integrity activists in a lawsuit filed in Georgia to force officials to get rid of paperless voting machines used in that state, said the issue of security ties and seals came up in the lawsuit earlier this year when Fulton County Elections Director Richard Barron told the court that his Georgia county relies on tamper-evident metal and plastic ties to seal voting machines and prevent anyone with physical access to the machines from subverting them while they sit in polling places days before an election.


    He noted that defeating ties and seals in non-tamper-evident ways isn’t the only method to wreak havoc on an election in Michigan. The state has a unique law that prohibits ballots from being used in a recount if the number of voters doesn't match the number of ballots cast at a precinct or if the seal on a ballot box is broken or has a different serial number than what it should have. Someone who wanted to wreak havoc on an election or alter an election outcome in Michigan could purposely tamper with ballot box seals in a way that is evident or simply replace them with a seal bearing a different serial number in order to get ballots excluded from a recount. The law came into sharp relief after the 2016 presidential election when Green Party candidate Jill Stein sought to get a statewide recount in Michigan and two other critical swing states and found that some precincts in Wayne County couldn't be recounted because the number of voters who signed the poll books—which get certified with a seal signed by officials—didn't match the number of ballots scanned on the voting machines.

OSS: Hedera Hashgraph, Service Providers, and Renaming the Bro Project

  • Hedera Hashgraph Distributed Ledger Technology Shares New Open-Source SDK [Ed: Hedera needs to delete GitHub, however, as the new head of GitHub killed Java projects like Hedera's]
    Hedera Hashgraph, one of the DApp facilitators within the blockchain industry recently announced that it has released its Software Development Kit (SDK) in Java.
  • Service Providers Should Adapt to Open Source World
    Finding differing opinions on open source with the telecom industry isn't hard to do, especially where orchestration is concerned. That's why a panel discussion on open source and MANO at the Light Reading NFV-Carrier SDN event in Denver seemed an odd place to find such outspoken agreement on that topic, but there it was. Four smart guys, none shy with their opinions, all seemed to agree on key points around open source, the need for standards, the role of vendors and the lack of internal software skills. But they also agreed that telecom service providers are struggling a bit to understand how to proceed in an open source world and still need some fundamental internal changes.
  • Renaming the Bro Project
    More than 20 years ago I chose the name "Bro" as "an Orwellian reminder that monitoring comes hand in hand with the potential for privacy violations", as the original Bro paper put it. Today that warning is needed more than ever ... but it's clear that now the name "Bro" is alas much more of a distraction than a reminder. On the Leadership Team of the Bro Project, we heard clear concerns from the Bro community that the name "Bro" has taken on strongly negative connotations, such as "Bro culture". These send a sharp, anti-inclusive - and wholly unintended and undesirable - message to those who might use Bro. The problems were significant enough that during BroCon community sessions, several people have mentioned substantial difficulties in getting their upper management to even consider using open-source software with such a seemingly ill-chosen, off-putting name.

Back End: Apache Kafka, 'Serverless'