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Servers: Red Hat, Kubernetes  and SUSE

Servers: Red Hat, Kubernetes and SUSE

OpenShift Partner Reference Architectures Red Hat’s Partners play a key role in developing customer relationships, understanding customer needs, and providing comprehensive joint solutions. As customers use Red Hat technologies to help solve increasingly complex...

Fragments App for the Librem 5

In continuing our series of applications that are ready to work with the Librem 5, we would like to announce that Fragments is now fully working! With Fragments, you get to have the ability...

‘Chromisation’ of GNU/Linux

‘Chromisation’ of GNU/Linux

Google Chrome/Chromium Begins Landing POWER PPC64LE Patches Raptor Computing Systems spent a lot of time last year working on Chrome’s PPC64LE support to enable Google’s web browser to run on the latest IBM POWER...

Kernel: Linux 5.1, Linux 5.0, LVFS and Elisa

Kernel: Linux 5.1, Linux 5.0, LVFS and Elisa

A Number Of Additional Graphics Drawing Tablets To Be Supported By Linux 5.1 For those interested in using graphics drawing tablets on Linux, a number of devices will now be supported with the upcoming...

Security: VFEmail Incident, Spectre Mitigation, Open Source Voting and More

Security: VFEmail Incident, Spectre Mitigation, Open Source Voting and More

VFEmail As this issue goes to print, news is circulating about a catastrophic hack on the mail provider VFEmail. According to reports, two decades of saved data for all US users is lost –...

Programming: scikit-survival, Igalia, GCC, GDB, LLVM/Clang, Rust, Python and More

Programming: scikit-survival, Igalia, GCC, GDB, LLVM/Clang, Rust, Python and More

scikit-survival 0.7 released This is a long overdue maintenance release of scikit-survival 0.7 that adds compatibility with Python 3.7 and scikit-learn 0.20. For a complete list of changes see the release notes. Review of...

today’s howtos

today’s howtos

upgrading glibc from version 2.12 to 2.14 on CentOS 3 Ways to Install Software from .deb Packages in Ubuntu Getting started with session recording in Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8 Beta Update protobuf to...

Paywalled New Articles, Mostly HowTos, From Linux Magazine

Paywalled New Articles, Mostly HowTos, From Linux Magazine

File syncing with unison Embed elements into your clips using Natron Image processing with Go Kraft helps small companies keep track of invoices and other docs Making your script responsive Measuring performance with the...

Free Software’s Radical Past

Something is absurd about the idea that free and open source software (FOSS) is apolitical. How could a movement that changes the way software is produced and alters conventional notions about the rights of...

Audiocasts: Full Circle Weekly News, FLOSS Weekly, GeekRant and LINUX Unplugged

Audiocasts: Full Circle Weekly News, FLOSS Weekly, GeekRant and LINUX Unplugged

Full Circle Magazine: Full Circle Weekly News #123 FLOSS Weekly 519: Aion Matthew Spoke is the founder of Aion, a world-leading blockchain protocol designed to solve the most prevalent challenges limiting blockchains mainstream adoption:...

Systemd-Free Debian "Devuan" Planning Their First Developer Gathering This Spring

Systemd-Free Debian "Devuan" Planning Their First Developer Gathering This Spring

For fans of Devuan, the downstream of Debian focused on “init system independence” or just “Debian without systemd”, their first-ever conference is happening in just over one month… Source

Presentation: Enterprise Systems Built with Microservices are Designed to Expect Failures, but Then What? How Do We Handle Failures?

Presentation: Enterprise Systems Built with Microservices are Designed to Expect Failures, but Then What? How Do We Handle Failures?

Dalia Borker explores the use of caching frameworks to improve resilience and performance in enterprise microservices systems with Redis, Pivotal Cloud Cache, and Hazelcast. By Dalia Borker Source

GreatHorn protects users from the large variety of Microsoft and Google credential theft attacks

GreatHorn protects users from the large variety of Microsoft and Google credential theft attacks

GreatHorn, provider of the industry’s most advanced email threat protection platform, announced the capability to analyze and assess the authenticity of Office 365 and G Suite login pages embedded in emails received by users....

Robotics DragonBoard 845c 96Boards SBC is Powered by Snapdragon 845 SoC

Robotics DragonBoard 845c 96Boards SBC is Powered by Snapdragon 845 SoC

Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 is one of the fastest Arm processors found in consumer devices, and if you ever wanted a development platform with access to various I/Os, you’d have to go with fairly… Source

Sysdig’s data collection technology provides visibility inside containers

Sysdig’s data collection technology provides visibility inside containers

Sysdig, the cloud-native intelligence company, announced that the Sysdig Cloud-Native Intelligence Platform and Sysdig’s open source technologies now leverage extended Berkeley Packet Filter (eBPF) to deliver visibility and security for container-optimized Linux platforms. eBPF,...

Google Home app update lets you control the color of smart bulbs and lamps

Google Home app update lets you control the color of smart bulbs and lamps

20 years ago, the concept of “smart homes” would have been perceived as science fiction by many of us. Even today, it remains a strange concept among much of the population. But the truth...

Google Clock 6.1 lets you set music alarms from Pandora or YouTube Music

Google Clock 6.1 lets you set music alarms from Pandora or YouTube Music

While some of you may not trust your smartphone to be your alarm clock, many others fully depend on their smartphones to wake them up every morning. For those of you who use an...

Top 10 Flutter Companies in 2019

Top 10 Flutter Companies in 2019

Best of the best! Experts in Flutter around the globe! 2019 is in its second month and the era of mobile application technology is continuously reaching new peaks. In the midst of the power struggle...

SonicWall enhances Wi-Fi, cloud apps and endpoints security for SMBs and distributed enterprises

SonicWall enhances Wi-Fi, cloud apps and endpoints security for SMBs and distributed enterprises

SonicWall announced new platform offerings and enhancements for small, mid-sized and distributed businesses and enterprises to protect against targeted attacks on wireless networks, cloud apps and endpoints. In addition to a new line of...

Ceramic Aerogel Meets Stretch Goals

Ceramic Aerogel Meets Stretch Goals

Aerogels have changed how a lot of high tech equipment is insulated. Resembling frozen smoke, the gel is lightweight and has extremely low thermal conductivity. However there’s always a downside, traditional aerogel material is...