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October 14, 2014

14:23
How many times you have been hit by unit tests failing because of environmentdifferences between you and other team members? How easy is it to buildyour project and have it ready for development? Vagrant provides amethod for creating repeatable development environments across a range ofoperating systems for solving these problems.
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13:26
Vision Components has launched two Linux-based, smart machine vision cameras and a COM built around a Xilinx Zynq SoC, each supporting up to 4.2MP video. Over the last decade, smart cameras for machine vision have been transitioning from DSPs to systems that combine DSPs or FPGAs with ARM or x86 processors running Linux. The latest […]
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12:29
The Humble Weekly Bundle IndieCade 2 features 7 popular indie games, and 4 of them are available on Linux!As always, pay what you want, get amazing games, redeem them on Steam if possible, and get also all the soundtracks!
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11:32
The elementary OS Freya developers are now looking to get some wallpapers from the community, which will eventually be added to the final version of the operating system.
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10:34
This tutorial show how to replace it with FirewallD, a firewall application with support for network zones (also IP zones). FirewallD comes with a command line client (firewall-cmd), a graphical interface firewall-config and an applet appropriately named firewall-applet.
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09:37
When the open-source OpenStack Icehouse platform was released in April, the Trove database-as-a-service project was one of its key new features. Fast forward six months, and the OpenStack Juno release is set to debut on Oct. 16, complete with a long list of updates and improvements to Trove. -
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08:40
Open source drone control software Dronecode has been adopted by the Linux Foundation, supporting agriculture and hobbyists. The proliferation of drone and drone tech throughout the world has been increasing quite a lot over the past few years, especially with hobbyists and the commercial sector. The Linux Foundation has decided to jump in on open source project Dronecode to give it a much larger open source push that will help everyone out.
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07:43
Linux Mint is a Linux based desktop level operating system for the home users and companies can use it at no cost and which is as efficient, easy to use, and elegant as possible.
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06:46
Install Ganglia on Ubuntu 14.04 Server (Trusty Tahr). Ganglia is a scalable distributed monitoring system for high-performance computing systems such as clusters and Grids.
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05:49
This time, the effort being launched is called the Dronecode Project, and the code it supports controls a much hotter platfrom than a telecom backbone: unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), more popularly known simply as "drones."
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04:51
SUSE and MariaDB have partnered to optimize SUSE Linux Enterprise for IBM Power servers.
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03:54
It’s that easy. Just open Chrome, go to Netflix, open up an account (if you don’t already have one) and voila!, in no time at all you can be catching up on all of the episodes of Burn Notice and The Shield that you might’ve missed in over-the-air syndication (oh yeah, I also refuse to pay for cable). I have Netflix working now on two Linux Mint boxes, so it should be working on all Ubuntu derivatives. On Friday, Swapnil Bhartiya reported on The Mukt that according to his tests, Netflix is also working out-of-the-box on openSUSE and Arch Linux as well.
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02:57
This document describes how to install and configure Git and GitHub.
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02:00
Wind River announced a new version of Wind River Linux based on Yocto Project 1.7 code, and featuring new binary deployment and security assessment options.
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01:03
CAINE, an acronym for Computer Aided INvestigative Environment, is a Linux distribution for forensic investigators. Instead of penetration testing tools, CAINE is loaded with applications and tools to help investigators find the clues and data points that are required for computer security forensics.
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00:05
With Linux running self-driving cars, DVRs, and home automation systems, it was only a matter of time before Linux would come to drones. Or, who says penguins can't fly! :-)
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October 13, 2014

23:44
I am writing a "technology catchup" post, hoping that it may be useful for some people, who want to know what has happened in the technologies in the last decade or so.
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22:47
Natalie Kozlowski is a front-end web developer at CodeGuard. She's a self-taught coder who embraces open source and will be giving a talk about how to interact with your front-end developers at this year's All Things Open conference in Raleigh.In this interview, I caught up with Natalie prior to the conference. I learned more about her background, like how she earned a degree in Professional Writing, what led her to her current job as a front-end developer, and how she applies the open source way to her job.read more
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21:50
I own three Raspberry Pi's (two B's and one B+) and many people I know also own one or more Pis. All those Pi add up and now the Raspberry Pi Foundation says that it has sold 3.8 million units.
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20:53
Interested in keeping track of what's happening in the open source cloud? Opensource.com is your source for what's happening right now in OpenStack, the open source cloud infrastructure project.read more
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