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October 18, 2014

02:01
When is a brick not a brick? When nobody cares, says HPHP has announced it will shut down webOS cloud services on January 15th, 2015.…
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01:03
In today's Android roundup: The Seek Thermal Camera lets you see in infrared. Plus: Android 5.0 Lollipop highlights for developers, and see the Flappy Bird easter egg hidden in Android 5.0.
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00:06
Stamus Networks is proud to announce the availability of the SELKS 1.0 stable release. SELKS is both live and installable network security management ISO image, based on Debian GNU/Linux, implementing and focusing on a complete and ready-to-use Suricata IDS/IPS ecosystem with its own graphic rule manager. SELKS is comprised of the following major components: Suricata IDPS, Elasticsearch, Logstash, Kibana and Scirius. It offers proven, powerful, innovative and scalable open-source multi-threading technologies in a bundle. SELKS 1.0 comes with 10 pre-installed Kibana IDS/NSM dashboards. They cover analysis of the Suricata alerts and events with per-protocol dashboards (Alerts, HTTP, Flow, SSH, TLS, DNS).
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October 17, 2014

23:09
I was chatting with a Windows-using friend recently, and he wanted totry Linux on one of his older computers. I always like those sorts ofconversations, and so I kept chatting, walking him through setting upUnetbootin to create a USB installer and so on and so on. Unfortunately, he wasn'table to get the USB drive to boot.
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22:12
In today's open source roundup: Why Linux developers and users need to disagree in a civil way. Plus: Remembering Netscape, and DeadCore has been released for Linux.
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21:15
I'd missed this one, but Cory Doctorow over at BoingBoing points our attention to the fact that, last month, the Judicial Conference voted to make a little-noticed change in patent lawsuits that should serve to make life more difficult for patent trolls.
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20:18
Have you ever wanted to create a webpage or process user input from a web-based form using Python? These tasks can be accomplished through the use of Python CGI (Common Gateway Interface) scripts with an Apache web server. CGI scripts are called by a web server when a user requests a particular URL or interacts […]Continue reading...The post How to create and use Python CGI scripts appeared first on Xmodulo.Related FAQs:How to enable mod_rewrite in Apache2 on Debian or Ubuntu How to install and configure Cacti on Linux How to set up HTTPS in Apache web Server on CentOS How to harden Apache web server with mod_security and mod_evasive on CentOS How to set up MailScanner, Clam Antivirus and SpamAssassin in CentOS mail server
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19:20
I was looking for something powerful to stream some games on, but also light enough that it was not going to feel like a brick next to my Chromebook. Since Linux is my OS of choice, having reasonable Linux support is also on my list of desires. Because of this I wanted to stay away from ATI graphics cards and nVidia cards with optimus.
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15:59
Google's official Android Lollipop announcement this morning originally didn't mention some older Nexus devices—namely, the Nexus 4 and the 2012 Nexus 7. However, Google has confirmed to us that those older devices will indeed be getting Android 5.0, as will the Nexus 5, 2013 Nexus 7, Nexus 10, and the Google Play Edition devices.
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15:02
Feature-creep is a major aspect of systemd. It seems to want to take over the entire Linux system and poke its tentacles into unwanted places.
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11:27
A startup is prepping a modular “Blocks ” watch that runs Tizen on an Atom-based Intel Edison module, and houses modular components in the watchband links.
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10:29
In the September 2014 issue, I mentioned my new router, and I got a lot of e-mail messages asking about how well it works. I can say without hesitation it's the nicest router I've ever owned. And, it was less than $100!
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09:32
On the docker-dev list someone asked about Fedora documentation that described how you add a user to the docker group. The user wanted to allow his users to do a docker search to try to find images that they could use.
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08:35
Get beautiful views of the sunset using your Raspberry Pi, a Pi camera and a small Python script
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07:38
LG34UC97 brings stunning QHD resolution and an ultra-wide viewing angle without compromising colour quality
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06:41
In the following guide, the steps are described in order to secure your server against the recent poodle SSL attack. The tutorial uses an ISPConfig 3 perfect server on Debian 7, but the same steps will work on any other Linux Distribution as well.
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05:44
In today's Android roundup: Google may eventually loosen its grip on Android in TVs, cars and watches. Plus: Is the Nexus 6 worth the money? And a hands on video of the Nexus 9 tablet.
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04:46
The new OpenStack release, dubbed 'Juno,' has lots of fixes, better support for hot upgrades, and now hooks up with Hadoop.
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03:49
Mozilla is extending its relationship with Telefonica by making it easier than ever to communicate on the Web. Telefónica has been an invaluable partner in helping Mozilla develop and bring Firefox OS to market with 12 devices now available in 24 countries. We’re now expanding our relationship, exploring how to simplify communications over the Web by providing people with the first global communications system built directly into a browser.
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02:52
In Oct. 2011, Google released Android 4.0 (“Ice Cream Sandwich”), the first version of Android that spanned smartphones and tablets. Now, the Android steward has revealed Android 5.0 (“Lollipop”), which expands beyond mobile devices to also run on smartwatches (Android Wear), TVs and set-tops (Android TV), and car computers (Android Auto). Google originally announced Android 5.0 as Android L back at Google I/O in June while also introducing the three specialized versions of Android listed above. With Lollipop, Google says, you can write for one of these platforms and easily port them to the others, while providing a consistent UI.
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