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January 21, 2014
I have started developing a Gtk front end for the Linux uTorrent server. I know there is a Web UI but you can not click magnet links in web pages to add them. I was developing this for myself but if there is any interest in the project I will make it public.
SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) and its descendant TLS (Transport Layer Security) are the most widely used protocols for encrypting data that is exchanged between a server and a client. These protocols often use X.509 certificates and asymmetric cryptography. In this tutorial, we demonstrate how to add security to a mail server through TLS/SSL-based encryption.
We are extremely sorry to inform all users of the Pear OS Linux operating system that David Tavares, the creator of Pear OS, has announced a few minutes ago on Goolge+ that the Pear OS distribution will no longer be available for download.
Adrian Kingsley-Hughes & Steven J. Vaughan-Nichols debate about how much of an impact, if any, Android desktops are going to have. As you might have guessed, Vaughan-Nichols thinks Android PCs may prove to be a very big deal. Kingsley-Hughes... not so much.
Today in Open Source: The Chinese launch their own mobile operating system. Plus: Best Bitcoin clients for Ubuntu and Linux, and Linux 3.13 released.
The latest Linux 3.14 kernel activity is the Intel MID update.
Well now this is an odd combination, Heroes of a Broken Land combines an RPG/First Person Dungeon Crawling with a town management game with interesting results.
Here’s a 12 minute demo that shows you how to deploy OpenShift Enterprise 2.0 on Red Hat’s distribution of OpenStack (RHOS 4).
Based on the success and effectiveness of the open source community, development organizations are taking a close look at the methods used within the open source world to understand how they can apply internal development to further increase creativity and accelerate development.To facilitate widespread, collaborative development, the open source world depends on a core infrastructure that enables individual developers to create, contribute and comment on the works of others. This infrastructure, combined with a widely adopted set of operating norms, enables developers to find and engage with projects that focus on common areas of interest and expertise. It also allows developers to connect with and share their skills and knowledge with other developers, bringing their specialized talents together to solve big problems.
This is an invitation to demonstrate your Free/Libre and Open Source Software (FLOSS) project or organization within a dedicated village at the Med-e-Tel 2014 conference (9-11 April, Luxembourg). Either join us in Luxembourg to represent your project/organization in person or otherwise you are welcome to send in an overview in the form of a poster that will be shown at the FLOSS village.
January 20, 2014
It’s a new year and all indications are that it will be a busy one for reform of abusive patent litigation.What are some of the top events ahead in 2014?
No word on whether he's paying their server 'leccy bill forever and ever, thoughA mysterious Bitcoin-powered white knight is reported to have come to the rescue of the struggling OpenBSD Foundation.…
A report by Proofpoint Inc., a security-as-a-service provider, has revealed a spam attack that involved so-called Internet of Things, everyday devices that are Internet aware.You knew it wasn’t going to be long before all those “smart” appliances became tools in the hands of hackers.
Today, January 19, Linus Torvalds has proudly announced the immediate availability for download of the highly anticipated Linux kernel 3.13, which brings major improvements, numerous new and updated drivers, as well as a dozen of new features.
3D printing is set to disrupt multiple industries thanks to its unique position at the intersection of three important trends in technology: the Internet of Things, our growing desire to personalize our things, and the coming revolution in the way things get delivered to us.Operating at this unique trifecta, 3D printing promises to democratize the design and build process, allowing consumers to create their own stuff from scratch and take the concept of mass customization to an entirely new level. As modern consumers have come to expect very custom experiences, it’s no longer enough for manufacturers and merchants to offer products in a wide range of colors and styles. The ability to customize nearly everything is now commonplace, even expected, in products ranging from T-shirts to tennis shoes and iPods to M&Ms. 3D printing delivers the ability to customize quickly and inexpensively without worrying about minimum production runs.