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How to recover from a git mistake

LinuxToday.com - Sab, 19/08/2017 - 14:00

Don't let an error in a git command wipe out days worth of work.

How to setup a UFW firewall on Ubuntu 16.04 LTS server

LinuxToday.com - Sab, 19/08/2017 - 07:00

UFW is an acronym for uncomplicated firewall.

How to Rename File While Downloading with Wget in Linux

LinuxToday.com - Sab, 19/08/2017 - 03:00

Tecmint: Wget utility is a popular and feature-rich command-line based file downloader for Unix-like operating systems and Windows OS.

KDE Applications 17.08 Officially Out, More Apps Were Ported to KDE Frameworks 5

LinuxToday.com - Ven, 18/08/2017 - 23:00

KDE Applications 17.08 adds numerous new features

Google Confirms Android 8.0 Launch on August 21, Could Be Dubbed "Oreo"

LinuxToday.com - Ven, 18/08/2017 - 22:00

Google recently put together a special page for its upcoming live event that the search giant will hold in New York City, on Monday, August 21, at 2:40 PM ET

5 Best Vector Graphics Editors for Linux

LinuxToday.com - Ven, 18/08/2017 - 21:00

Here's a list of the best vector graphics software for Linux that can be used as Adobe Illustrator alternative for Linux.

Ubunsys - An Advanced System Utility For Ubuntu Beginners

LinuxToday.com - Ven, 18/08/2017 - 20:00

Ubunsys is an advanced system tool that allows Ubuntu beginners to modify/change most of the system settings easily without any trouble.

Streamlio Launches with $7.5M in Funding to Advance Real Time Applications

LinuxToday.com - Ven, 18/08/2017 - 19:00

EnterpriseAppsToday: New startup unifies open-source technologies including Apache Pulsar and Heron into an enterprise-grade platform.

Listen To Your Favorite Radio Station With A Single Command on Linux

LinuxToday.com - Ven, 18/08/2017 - 18:00

Internet radio is a great way to listen to different radio stations from across your country or the world in real time.

How to Boot into Single User Mode in CentOS/RHEL 7

LinuxToday.com - Ven, 18/08/2017 - 17:00

Tecmint: In this tutorial, we will describe how to boot into single user mode on CentOS 7.

How to Manage CentOS 7 Server with Webmin

HowToForge - Ven, 18/08/2017 - 15:19
In this tutorial, we will install Webmin on CentOS 7.2. We will also learn to administrator Apache web server, firewalld and Webmin configuration. Webmin is free and open source web based system administration tool for Unix systems. It provides a rich and powerful web based user interface to administrator the server along with all the popular applications like Apache, BIND, Squid Proxy etc.

5 open source alternatives to Slack for team chat

LinuxToday.com - Ven, 18/08/2017 - 15:00

When it comes to chat, there are plenty of open source options.

Undeadly to be Upgraded Next Week

OpenBSD Journal - Ven, 18/08/2017 - 14:46

As there have been no reports of functional bugs since the last beta, and the primary goal of the work was achieved long ago, the (main) Undeadly server is to be upgraded. The upgrade, which is expected to involve downtime of no more than one hour, is scheduled for next Tuesday, 2017-08-22 07:00 UTC.

Changes since the last public beta include:

  • A sprinkling of responsive web design has been added (thanks to a kind contribution).
  • Comments no longer have subjects and the comment header display is more compact.
  • In comment submission, the automatic quoting of parent comment has been removed.
  • Anonymous article submission and commenting has been enabled, provisionally. Those interested in seeing this feature maintained are encouraged to:
    • Refrain from abusing it.
    • (Log in and) Use the "Report to Editors" command on inappropriate comments. (For old, spam-ridden articles, there's no need to report more than one comment. As old articles will be closed for comments following the upgrade, the Editors intend to delete old comment spam, eventually checking all articles.)

Bikeshedding the appearance will continue on the beta site.

Undeadly to be Upgraded Next Week

OpenBSD Journal - Ven, 18/08/2017 - 14:45

As there have been no reports of functional bugs since the last beta, and the primary goal of the work was achieved long ago, the (main) Undeadly server is to be upgraded. The upgrade, which is expected to involve downtime of no more than one hour, is scheduled for next Tuesday, 2017-08-22 07:00 UTC.

Changes since the last public beta include:

  • A sprinkling of responsive web design has been added (thanks to a kind contribution).
  • Comments no longer have subjects and the comment header display is more compact.
  • In comment submission, the automatic quoting of parent comment has been removed.
  • Anonymous article submission and commenting has been enabled, provisionally. Those interested in seeing this feature maintained are encouraged to:
    • Refrain from abusing it.
    • (Log in and) Use the "Report to Editors" command on inappropriate comments. (For old, spam-ridden articles, there's no need to report more than one comment. As old articles will be closed for comments following the upgrade, the Editors intend to delete old comment spam, eventually checking all articles.)

Bikeshedding the appearance will continue on the beta site.

Another Behind-the-Scenes Niche Where Open Source is Winning

LinuxToday.com - Ven, 18/08/2017 - 14:00

Do you spend a lot of time thinking about Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) beacons? Unless you run a retail store, probably not.

Oracle Wants to Open Up Java EE

LinuxToday.com - Ven, 18/08/2017 - 12:00

EnterpriseAppsToday: Java Enterprise Edition could be leaving the tight control of Oracle and moving to an Open Source Foundation (maybe)

Ethereum Blockchain Powers Vault One Password Service

LinuxToday.com - Ven, 18/08/2017 - 07:00

eSecurityPlanet: Ethereum isn't just for cryptocurrency anymore as a new startup uses the underlying open-source blockchain to help improve password security.

t2k17 Hackathon Report: Ted Unangst OpenBSD with more ptys

OpenBSD Journal - Ven, 18/08/2017 - 06:25

The second report from the just completed t2k17 hackathon comes from Ted Unangst (tedu@), who writes:

I did a bit of this and that, but the project that probably has the most interesting explanation has to do with pseudo terminals. This has a bit of history behind it that goes back to the early days of unix.

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t2k17 Hackathon Report: Ted Unangst OpenBSD with more ptys

OpenBSD Journal - Ven, 18/08/2017 - 06:24

The second report from the just completed t2k17 hackathon comes from Ted Unangst (tedu@), who writes:

I did a bit of this and that, but the project that probably has the most interesting explanation has to do with pseudo terminals. This has a bit of history behind it that goes back to the early days of unix.

Read more...