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Try the Dash to Dock extension for Fedora Workstation

Tue, 12/11/2018 - 08:55
The default desktop of Fedora Workstation [he]#8212[/he] GNOME Shell [he]#8212[/he] is known and loved by many users for its minimal, clutter-free user interface. However, one thing that many users want is an always-visible view of open applications. One simple and effective way to get this is with the awesome Dash to Dock GNOME Shell extension.

Connecting To A Proxy Server - Part 1

Tue, 12/11/2018 - 07:40
In this series, we will detail how to connect to a proxy web server in order to be able to browse anonymously. This series is related to the post on how to connect to a VPN that Mohd Sohail wrote in the past and you can read that here.

How Google Is Improving Kubernetes Container Security

Tue, 12/11/2018 - 06:26
Google is doing more than just taking the upstream open-source Kubernetes project to enable its GKE service.

Apollo Lake mini-PC offers WiFi and a USB Type-C port with DP

Tue, 12/11/2018 - 03:57
Winmate’s rugged, Linux-friendly “EAC Mini EACIL22S” mini-PC runs on an Intel Apollo Lake processor and offers 64GB eMMC, WiFi, a DisplayPort-ready USB Type-C port, and dual GbE and USB 2.0 ports, Winmate has begun adding some Linux-supported systems to its largely Windows-driven embedded lineup, including the recent FM10A VMC touch-panel computer for forklifts. Now, it [[he]#8230[/he]]

47 GNU/Linux Distributions For Your Desktop, Old Computer, Hobbies Or Raspberry Pi

Tue, 12/11/2018 - 02:43
The world of GNU/Linux distributions is a world full of open source and mostly free operating systems, all of them based on the same core. If you are thinking about giving some of them a chance, here are 47 GNU / Linux distributions series so you can find the one that best suits what you are looking for.

Fun on the Linux command-line, Ansible, DevOps, best books, and more

Tue, 12/11/2018 - 01:29
Here's what was hot with Opensource.com readers last week.

How to Install Anchor CMS on CentOS 7

Tue, 12/11/2018 - 00:14
Anchor is a lightweight open source blog CMS written in PHP. Anchor's source code is hosted on GitHub. This tutorial will show you how to install Anchor CMS on a CentOS 7 system.

The PCLinuxOS Magazine Graphics Special Edition, Volume 1

Mon, 12/10/2018 - 23:00
The PCLinuxOS Magazine staff is pleased to announce the release of the Graphics Special Edition, Volume 1 of the PCLinuxOS Magazine.

Dark Days are Waiting the Open Internet

Mon, 12/10/2018 - 21:46
There’s no secret Illuminati-supported foundation to destroy the Internet, it’s just the combination of governments, spy agencies, and giant corporations putting their hands on it each by its own. We are going to see why this is the case.

How to build deep learning inference through Knative serverless framework

Mon, 12/10/2018 - 20:31
Deep learning is gaining tremendous momentum in certain academic and industry circles. Inference—the capability to retrieve information from real-world data based on pre-trained models—is at the core of deep learning applications.read more

How Can We Bring FOSS to the Virtual World?

Mon, 12/10/2018 - 19:17
Is there room for FOSS in the AI, VR, AR, MR, ML and XR revolutions—or vice versa? Will the free and open-source revolution end when our most personal computing happens inside the walled gardens of proprietary AI VR, AR, MR, ML and XR companies? I ask, because that's the plan.

How to install php5 and php7 on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS

Mon, 12/10/2018 - 18:03
This article describes a step by step procedure to install PHP versions 5.6 and 7.2 on your Ubuntu. After installing the two versions, we will also explain how you can disable one version and enable another version to be treated as the default version by the system.

C Programming Language - Introduction

Mon, 12/10/2018 - 16:48
This tutorial is the first part of a C programming language course on Linux. C is a procedural programming language that was designed by American computer scientist Dennis Ritchie. Please note that we'll be using Linux for all our examples and explanation. Specifically, we'll be using Ubuntu 18.04 LTS.

When Linux required installation parties

Mon, 12/10/2018 - 15:34
I studied math in college. Back then, ordinarily, math students didn't have access to the computer lab; pen and paper were all we needed to do our work. But for my one required programming class, I got access to the college computer lab.It was running SunOS with remote X terminals (this was circa 1996). I immediately fell in love with Unix. I fell in love with the command line, X Windows, the utilities—all of it.read more

9 Simple Ways to Effectively use Less Command in Linux

Mon, 12/10/2018 - 14:20
Do more with less. Learn to use less command in Linux for viewing large files and tracking log files. Most common usage of the less command explained in this tutorial.

How AWS Lambda Serverless Works (with a whole bunch of Amazon Linux servers...)

Mon, 12/10/2018 - 13:05
At the top of the logical view of a worker host is customer code, which is what Lambda runs for its customers. Mesrobian commented that Lambda supports a number of languages and different runtimes including node, Python, Java, C# and more. Underneath the runtime is a sandbox that hosts the runtime and underneath that is a guest operating system that is running Amazon Linux.

LFCS – Input Output Redirection

Mon, 12/10/2018 - 11:51
When running commands in a Terminal there are many ways information can be redirected. There are a few redirection conventions usable within a Terminal to make things easier.

Snake your way across your Linux terminal

Mon, 12/10/2018 - 10:37
Welcome back to the Linux command-line toys advent calendar. If this is your first visit to the series, you might be asking yourself what a command-line toy even is. It's hard to say exactly, but my definition is anything that helps you have fun at the terminal.We've been on a roll with games over the weekend, and it was fun, so let's look at one more game today, Snake!read more

Tails Linux encrypted persistence is not as safe as you might think

Mon, 12/10/2018 - 09:22
If I lend my USB key containing Tails Linux to an evil Penguin, am I sure to use it again afterwards? Is my LUKS key safe? There is no need for an evil Penguin to force or trick me to tell him my LUKS passphrase (as Tails website warns), he only needs to ask me to use my USB key for just a short while. An evil Penguin’s idea is to inject a script into the Tails filesystem which is able to reveal the LUKS master key – and eventually send it by the network.