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  • newOpenSSL Toolkit 1.1.1f
    OpenSSL is a robust, fully featured Open Source toolkit implementing the Secure Sockets Layer (SSL v2/v3) and Transport Layer Security (TLS v1) protocols with full-strength cryptography world-wide.
    - 5 hours ago 31 Mar 20, 2:43pm -
  • newMicrosoft Windows 10 SMB 3.1.1 Local Privilege Escalation
    Microsoft Windows 10 SMB version 3.1.1 SMBGhost local privilege escalation exploit.
    - 6 hours ago 31 Mar 20, 2:38pm -
  • newDrayTek Vigor2960 / Vigor3900 / Vigor300B Remote Command Execution
    DrayTek Vigor2960 version 1.3.1_Beta, Vigor3900 version 1.4.4_Beta, and Vigor300B versions 1.3.3_Beta, 1.4.2.1_Beta, and 1.4.4_Beta suffer from a remote command execution vulnerability.
    - 6 hours ago 31 Mar 20, 2:34pm -
  • newFlashFXP 4.2.0 Build 1730 Denial Of Service
    FlashFXP version 4.2.0 build 1730 denial of service proof of concept exploit.
    - 6 hours ago 31 Mar 20, 2:32pm -
  • newGrandstream UCM6200 Series CTI Interface SQL Injection
    Grandstream UCM6200 Series CTI Interface versions 1.0.20.20 and below suffer from a remote SQL injection vulnerability.
    - 6 hours ago 31 Mar 20, 2:31pm -
  • newGrandstream UCM6200 Series WebSocket 1.0.20.20 SQL Injection
    Grandstream UCM6200 Series WebSocket versions 1.0.20.20 and below suffer from a remote SQL injection vulnerability.
    - 6 hours ago 31 Mar 20, 2:29pm -
  • newUbuntu Security Notice USN-4311-1
    Ubuntu Security Notice 4311-1 - It was discovered that BlueZ incorrectly handled bonding HID and HOGP devices. A local attacker could possibly use this issue to impersonate non-bonded devices. It was discovered that BlueZ incorrectly handled certain…
    - 24 hours ago 30 Mar 20, 8:27pm -
  • newUbuntu Security Notice USN-4313-1
    Ubuntu Security Notice 4313-1 - Manfred Paul discovered that the bpf verifier in the Linux kernel did not properly calculate register bounds for certain operations. A local attacker could use this to expose sensitive information or gain administrativ…
    - 24 hours ago 30 Mar 20, 8:27pm -
  • 10-Strike Network Inventory Explorer 9.03 Buffer Overflow
    10-Strike Network Inventory Explorer version 9.03 Read-from-file buffer overflow exploit that uses SEH and ROP.
    - 1 day ago 30 Mar 20, 3:55pm -
  • Recon Informer
    Recon-Informer is a basic real-time anti-reconnaissance detection tool for offensive security systems, useful for penetration testers. It runs on Windows/Linux and leverages scapy.
    - 1 day ago 30 Mar 20, 3:50pm -

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cPaneladmin

  • Troubleshooting Website SSL Issues – No Padlock
    Having SSL problems? One of the most common issues our team handles is related to websites not properly displaying over HTTPS, whether it be the website either not loading entirely, or just not showing the green padlock: If you’re sure that the SSL…
    - 18 Mar 19, 6:07pm -
  • Safely Removing virtfs on a cPanel Server
    If you’re on a cPanel server, you’ve probably noticed a sizable folder called ‘virtfs’ sitting in /home, which would appear at first to be using a ton of space. Your first inclination might be to delete it, but don’t! Most likely, the files…
    - 14 Jan 19, 7:25pm -
  • Custom Exim Filter Examples
    cPanel allows you to easily create custom Exim filters by simply dropping the rules in /usr/local/cpanel/etc/exim/sysfilter/options/ and running: /scripts/buildeximconf service exim restart Here are a couple useful examples of filters we’ve create…
    - 29 Aug 18, 6:08pm -
  • How to Set up a Local cPanel FastUpdate Mirror
    If you have more than a few cPanel servers in your network, it may be a good idea to set up your own mirror to serve the files necessary to run cPanel updates. Doing this could save time and bandwidth, as well as prevent problems caused by mirrors be…
    - 17 Feb 16, 5:16pm -
  • Installing LetsEncrypt SSL Certificates on CentOS + cPanel Servers
    Update! cPanel supports LetsEncrypt, but you just need to install the plugin for it to work. To do this, run: /scripts/install_lets_encrypt_autossl_provider Once installed, Let’s Encrypt will appear in WHM’s Manage AutoSSL interface (Home >> SSL/…
    - 15 Feb 16, 5:14pm -
  • cPanel Update Fails Due to RPM Conflict
    The cPanel update fails due to a problem installing RPMs, but is not specific about what the problem is: [20160203.180007] Testing if the newly downloaded RPMS can be installed without conflict [20160203.180007] Testing RPM transaction [20160203.1800…
    - 3 Feb 16, 6:25pm -
  • This system already has a database owner named X
    When attempting to create a user or restore a backup you may see this error: This system already has a database owner named___ To fix this, edit the following files on the system and remove entries for the user in question: /var/cpanel/databases/user…
    - 28 Jan 16, 9:19pm -
  • Changing the Public IP in a NAT setup

    - 20 Dec 15, 12:27am -
  • Upgrading OpenSSH on CentOS 5 or 6
    Note: This is an update from our 2011 post. If you’ve taken a peek at your PCI scan results lately, you may have noticed that your scan provider is now requiring OpenSSH 6.6 or higher due to CVE-2014-2532 – a version that is not currently avai…
    - 26 Jun 15, 4:57pm -
  • CloudLinux or BetterLinux?
    UPDATE 6/18: Shortly after this was posted and one of the major hosting companies I’m affiliated with removed BetterLinux from their servers due to stability problems, BetterLinux announced that they are shutting down, effective July 1st. Customers…
    - 15 Jun 15, 1:02am -

cpaneltv

WHM Tutorials - Introduction to the WHM Interface

- 6 days ago 25 Mar 20, 4:15pm -
Automatic Updates from MySQL 5.5 to MySQL 5.7 Webinar

- 89 days ago 2 Jan 20, 3:39pm -
WHM Tutorials - How to Launch a Google Compute Engine Instance

- 20 Dec 19, 7:00pm -
WHM Tutorials - How to Update Your Server

- 19 Dec 19, 4:56pm -
cPanel Tutorials - External Authentication

- 12 Dec 19, 9:46pm -
cPanel Tutorials - Error Pages

- 28 Oct 19, 2:54pm -

reddit linux

reddit tech

reddit admin

  • newSSH Connection Security
    Is it secure to have the same username and ssh keys set on separate servers, or is there a more secure way to handle ssh connections? Edit: I am talking about reusing the public key stored on the servers. submitted by /u/residentender4 [link]…
    - 5 hours ago 31 Mar 20, 2:52pm -
  • newThird-party antivirus solution for AIX OS
    Hello, anyone know of a good anti virus for AIX? submitted by /u/thegreekman1 [link] [comments]
    - 6 hours ago 31 Mar 20, 1:46pm -
  • newzimbra warning external mails
    Hello, I want add warning text to external emails, but I can't find solution. I tried it: http://postfix.1071664.n5.nabble.com/postfix-add-warning-message-for-all-external-incoming-emails-tp97511p97517.html and it modifies headers, unfortunately afte…
    - 10 hours ago 31 Mar 20, 10:19am -
  • newBest distro for remote install/maintain?
    I'm an average Linux user, but not an experienced admin. I want to help basically-skilled end-users get up and running fast on Linux by repurposing their Windows machines. Some abilities I'd like: remote OS installation and setup make and save image…
    - 15 hours ago 31 Mar 20, 4:46am -
  • newNeed some recommendations on managing some Linux boxes through aws SSM. Told to cross post here.
    submitted by /u/habitsofwaste [link] [comments]
    - 19 hours ago 31 Mar 20, 1:14am -
  • newAlpine for host OS
    Hi, I’m am just wondering if I could get some general opinions on if running alpine natively on hardware / virtual machine in production is fine or not? Our use case is that we have a edge device that we are trying to decrease the foot print of whe…
    - 20 hours ago 30 Mar 20, 11:48pm -
  • newLooking for a simple to manage monitoring tool
    Hello Everyone, My team doesn't seem to see the value in monitoring. I had previously setup Nagios, then Icinga in order to monitor our web cluster. These two are, unfortunately, too complicated for my teammates to be willing to learn. So I'm looking…
    - 24 hours ago 30 Mar 20, 8:23pm -
  • Create root crontab file and add job from a script
    I feel like I've searched all over the web for this and haven't come up with a definitive answer. I'm trying add simple cronjobs to be run as root. The systems are all remote (think industrial networks) and connecting to each network to then connect…
    - 1 day ago 30 Mar 20, 6:19pm -
  • Clamscan won’t scan if total file size is greater than 4GB
    Hello! I’m using clamscan on an ubuntu os. I’m trying to scan 10 files that have a total of 10GB in file size. I use the command: clamscan (Directory name) —max-filesize=0 —max-scansize=0 The results tell me that it only scans 4GB worth of d…
    - 1 day ago 30 Mar 20, 5:12pm -
  • Linux Client Home Folders
    Hello Folks, ​ I'm inheriting a FreeIPA domain, and coming from a windows world, I'm wondering what the best way to handle a centralized home folder store for regular employees who might have a desktop and a laptop. Clients are using Linux and mac…
    - 1 day ago 30 Mar 20, 4:35pm -

linuxfoundation

Using GCE Instances for Linux Foundation Labs

- 1 day ago 30 Mar 20, 4:37pm -
Tech Sprint: Prometheus

- 1 day ago 30 Mar 20, 2:00pm -
Tech Sprint - Kubernetes

- 8 days ago 23 Mar 20, 3:01pm -
FoundationDB as Datastore for Training Deep Learning Models - Kannan Dorairaj, Axstrm

- 63 days ago 29 Jan 20, 4:04am -
Kubernetes - Getting Started With Rook

- 84 days ago 7 Jan 20, 4:30pm -
Build Anything with FoundationDB - Ryan Worl, Ryan Worl

- 25 Nov 19, 5:34am -

reddit fu

reddit opensource

LinuxActionShow

LinuxMagazine

Say Cheese, Webcam Effects Demo

- 9 May 11, 9:18pm -
Understanding Parallel Computing: Amdahl's Law

- 28 Mar 11, 4:26am -
Understanding Parallel Computing (Part 2): The Lawn Mower Law

- 28 Mar 11, 4:16am -
LMTV Video Response Contest: What Makes Linux Better?

- 25 Mar 11, 9:10pm -
Aligning SSD Partitions

- 16 Mar 11, 10:32pm -
Mixing Voice and Music Audio in Audacity

- 10 Mar 11, 2:31pm -

linux.com

  • newWhat Value Does Alluxio Brings To The Presto Foundation?
    Alluxio recently joined the Presto Software Foundation. We talked to Alluxio CEO, Steven Mih to better understand the Presto Software Foundation community.The post What Value Does Alluxio Brings To The Presto Foundation? appeared first on Linux.com.
    - 6 hours ago 31 Mar 20, 2:38pm -
  • Some Of The Features To Look Forward To With Linux 5.7
    Stay tuned for the Linux 5.7 cycle kicking off in April with its merge window when more features will come to light. The post Some Of The Features To Look Forward To With Linux 5.7 appeared first on Linux.com.
    - 4 days ago 28 Mar 20, 3:06am -
  • The Warren Campaign Is Gone—but Its Tech May Live On
    The team developed its own software to coordinate volunteers and synthesize voter data. Now, it’s posting the code to GitHub.The post The Warren Campaign Is Gone—but Its Tech May Live On appeared first on Linux.com.
    - 4 days ago 28 Mar 20, 3:06am -
  • Coronavirus Will Change The Way We Build IT Infrastructure
    Covid-19. It will disrupt the supply chain. It will create a talent crisis. It may bring our servers and cloud to a halt. IT teams should not think that their cloud is immune to this virus. It’s not. The post Coronavirus Will Change The Way We Bui…
    - 4 days ago 28 Mar 20, 3:06am -
  • The exFAT filesystem is coming to Linux
    Paragon issued a press release about European gateway-modem vendor Sagemcom adopting its version of exFAT into an upcoming series of Linux-based routers.The post The exFAT filesystem is coming to Linux appeared first on Linux.com.
    - 4 days ago 28 Mar 20, 3:05am -
  • Tricks for getting around your Linux file system
    The cd command is probably one of the first 10 that any Linux user learns, but it's not the only way to navigate the Linux file system.The post Tricks for getting around your Linux file system appeared first on Linux.com.
    - 4 days ago 28 Mar 20, 3:05am -
  • SUSE Offers Its Technologies For Free To Combat COVID-19
    SUSE offers free services such as support and maintenance for its operating system and container technologies to be embedded in and run those medical devices. The post SUSE Offers Its Technologies For Free To Combat COVID-19 appeared first on Linux.…
    - 4 days ago 28 Mar 20, 3:05am -
  • MIT-based team works on rapid deployment of open-source, low-cost ventilator
    The key to the simple, inexpensive ventilator alternative is a hand-operated plastic pouch called a bag-valve resuscitator, or Ambu bag, which hospitals already have on hand in large quantities. The post MIT-based team works on rapid deployment of o…
    - 4 days ago 28 Mar 20, 3:05am -
  • Modern GNU/Linux Systems Should Run Old Games: Open Source Community
    Why does the open-source community want to run older free software games rather than focusing on the latest ones?The post Modern GNU/Linux Systems Should Run Old Games: Open Source Community appeared first on Linux.com.
    - 4 days ago 28 Mar 20, 3:04am -
  • KubeCF Is What DevOps Wanted: Marrying Cloud Foundry with Kubernetes 
    There are times when solutions that  seem to compete against each other turn out to be complementary. This is exactly what happened with Cloud Foundry and Kubernetes. The post KubeCF Is What DevOps Wanted: Marrying Cloud Foundry with Kubernetes …
    - 4 days ago 27 Mar 20, 1:18pm -

linuxfoundation

hak5

O.MG DemonSeed EDU - Ep6 - Getting Dirty in the Analog

- 5 days ago 27 Mar 20, 1:25am -
Tracking Covid-19 With Government Mandated Location Surveillance - ThreatWire

- 7 days ago 24 Mar 20, 10:00pm -
DTMF Tones In DIY Projects

- 8 days ago 23 Mar 20, 2:00pm -
Coronavirus Themed Phishing, Malware, and Ransomware on the Rise - ThreatWire

- 14 days ago 17 Mar 20, 5:00pm -
Cloud-Free Cameras with a side of Pineapple - Hak5 2612

- 22 days ago 9 Mar 20, 2:00pm -
Clearview AI Privacy Fails - ThreatWire

- 28 days ago 3 Mar 20, 8:00pm -

linux-magazine

  • Competing Standards
    Billed as the future of package management, universal package systems like Snappy and Flatpak have failed to live up to their promise.
    - 1 day ago 30 Mar 20, 4:53pm -
  • KDE Developers Are Working on a TV Interface
    The developers of the KDE desktop are hard at work to create a TV interface.
    - 1 day ago 30 Mar 20, 4:12pm -
  • System76 is Developing a New Keyboard
    The company behind the incredibly powerful Thelio desktop is developing a new keyboard.
    - 5 days ago 26 Mar 20, 7:14pm -
  • Zorin OS 15.2 Now Available
    The latest release of Zorin OS offers numerous improvements.
    - 18 days ago 13 Mar 20, 3:21pm -
  • Firefox to Get an Additional Sandbox Layer
    Starting with Firefox 74, the open source web browser will include the new RLBox security feature.
    - 25 days ago 6 Mar 20, 11:00pm -
  • Designing Ebooks with Free Software
    With LibreOffice Writer and Calibre, you can publish your own ebooks with better results than most online conversion tools.
    - 28 days ago 3 Mar 20, 8:15pm -
  • Microsoft Defender ATP is Coming to Linux
    Microsoft is ramping up its efforts to fight attackers across all platforms.
    - 29 days ago 2 Mar 20, 4:05pm -
  • An easy-to-use media server for your home network
    Home media servers like Kodi or LibreELEC are feature-rich but difficult to set up. Serviio promises to make things simpler.
    - 30 days ago 2 Mar 20, 7:33am -
  • Untitled
    Graham has just recorded a one-off podcast featuring the wonderful open source VCV Eurorack emulator, often written about here. He's now strongly considering doing a more regular synth-related podcast.
    - 30 days ago 2 Mar 20, 7:32am -
  • Dstat, NetHogs, and nload
    Every sys admin has a few favorite tools that they always carry with them, if only because they do not want to be without these often overlooked treasures. The gems dangling from Charly's key ring include Dstat, NetHogs, and nload.
    - 30 days ago 2 Mar 20, 7:32am -

linuxjournal

  • Linux Journal Ceases Publication: An Awkward Goodbye
    by Kyle Rankin IMPORTANT NOTICE FROM LINUX JOURNAL, LLC:On August 7, 2019, Linux Journal shut its doors for good. All staff were laid off and the company is left with no operating fun…
    - 8 Aug 19, 1:55am -
  • Oops! Debugging Kernel Panics
    by Petros Koutoupis A look into what causes kernel panics and some utilities to help gainmore information.Working in a Linux environment, how often have you seen a kernel panic?Wh…
    - 7 Aug 19, 11:30pm -
  • Loadsharers: Funding the Load-Bearing Internet Person
    by Eric S. Raymond The internet has a sustainability problem. Many of its criticalservices depend on the dedication of unpaid volunteers, because theycan't be monetized and thus don…
    - 7 Aug 19, 11:00pm -
  • Documenting Proper Git Usage
    by Zack Brown Jonathan Corbet wrote a document for inclusion in the kernel tree, describingbest practices for merging and rebasing git-based kernel repositories. As he putit, it rep…
    - 7 Aug 19, 10:30pm -
  • Understanding Python's asyncio
    by Reuven M. Lerner How to get started using Python's asyncio.Earlier this year, I attended PyCon, the international Pythonconference. One topic, presented at numerous talks and di…
    - 7 Aug 19, 10:00pm -
  • RV Offsite Backup Update
    by Kyle Rankin Having an offsite backup in your RV is great, and after a year of use,I've discovered some ways to make it even better.Last year I wrote a feature-length article on…
    - 7 Aug 19, 9:15pm -
  • Another Episode of "Seems Perfectly Feasible and Then Dies"--Script to Simplify the Process of Changing System Call Tables
    by Zack Brown David Howells put in quite a bit of work on a script,./scripts/syscall-manage.pl, to simplify the entire process of changing thesystem call tables. With this script, i…
    - 7 Aug 19, 8:45pm -
  • Experts Attempt to Explain DevOps--and Almost Succeed
    by Bryan Lunduke What is DevOps? How does it relate to other ideas and methodologieswithin software development? Linux Journal Deputy Editor and longtimesoftware developer, Bryan Lun…
    - 7 Aug 19, 8:00pm -
  • DNA Geometry with cadnano
    by Joey Bernard This article introduces a tool you can use to work on three-dimensional DNA origami. The package is called cadnano, and it's currentlybeing developed at the Wyss Inst…
    - 7 Aug 19, 7:30pm -
  • Running GNOME in a Container
    by Adam Verslype Containerizing the GUI separates your work and play.Virtualization has always been a rich man's game, and more frugalenthusiasts—unable to afford fancy server-cl…
    - 7 Aug 19, 7:00pm -

linuxinsider

  • 3D Printers Join Arsenal of COVID-19 Weapons
    The worldwide 3D printing community is stepping up to alleviate the shortage of medical equipment needed to battle the COVID-19 pandemic. Participants include entrepreneurs and hackers, companies in the 3D printing industry, automobile makers, aircra…
    - 5 days ago 26 Mar 20, 6:33pm -
  • AryaLinux Provides the Building Blocks for a Unique Linux Experience
    AryaLinux is something different, and when it comes to Linux operating systems, different can be very intriguing. Arya is both a distribution and a platform. That means you can use it as is or turn it into a branded computing system to meet your own…
    - 5 days ago 26 Mar 20, 11:00am -
  • Zorin OS Core Makes GNOME More Comfortable
    Zorin OS 15.2, released on March 8, adds an impressive selection of upgrades and improvements to an already well-oiled Linux operating system. Since its debut in July 2009 Zorin OS cofounder Artyom Zorin has hawked his distribution as an ideal Micros…
    - 11 days ago 20 Mar 20, 6:05pm -
  • Open Source Tech Rushes to Front Lines of COVID-19 War
    Open Source software, once the scorn of Microsoft and profit-seeking software developers, is playing an active role in efforts to combat COVID-19's spread. Several open source projects are assisting health providers and helping people mitigate some o…
    - 13 days ago 18 Mar 20, 7:50pm -
  • Crowdsourcing App Takes Aim at COVID-19
    COVID-19 researchers have a new source of distributed computing power: crowdsourcing. Usually crowdsourcing involves information or opinion gathering, but in this case it involves computing power. By installing the Folding@home software program, anyo…
    - 13 days ago 18 Mar 20, 4:58pm -
  • Report: Open Source Vulnerabilities Rampant in Popular Projects
    Open source vulnerabilities rose by nearly 50 percent in 2019 over the previous year, based on a new report. Common vulnerabilities rated as high or critical severity were found in all of the most popular open source projects, according to the WhiteS…
    - 19 days ago 12 Mar 20, 7:31pm -
  • How to Run the Linux KDE Desktop on a Chromebook
    Chromebooks with the right stuff inside now are able to install and run a complete Linux experience with the KDE desktop without giving up the Chrome OS on the same device. It is not yet flawless, but it does create a hybrid computing platform that l…
    - 20 days ago 11 Mar 20, 6:22pm -
  • Elive Beta With Enlightenment Is Brilliant, but Don't Get Lost in the Maze
    Elive is one of the most unusual Linux distributions you are likely to encounter. Elive Linux is an awesome integration of the Debian Linux base and the Enlightenment desktop. The combination provides a uniquely powerful and flexible computing platfo…
    - 25 days ago 6 Mar 20, 12:00pm -
  • Netrunner Linux Still Goes Its Own Way at 'Twenty'
    Netrunner "Twenty" is a birthday release offering that makes what was good even better. Developers released Netrunner 20.01 on Feb. 23 with the latest stable Debian 10.3 "Buster" base and the KDE Plasma desktop. This release marks the distro's 20th b…
    - 32 days ago 28 Feb 20, 7:11pm -
  • Linux-Powered Azure IoT Security Platform Arrives
    After several years of building and testing previews, Microsoft has announced the general availability of its Azure Sphere secure IoT service. Microsoft first introduced Azure Sphere in 2018, opting to use its own version of a Linux operating system…
    - 35 days ago 25 Feb 20, 6:38pm -

deviantart

Linux 2014 Logo
Linux 2014 Logo
- 29 May 14, 8:35am -
Arch Linux Awesome WM
Arch Linux Awesome WM
- 7 Jul 13, 2:59pm -
Simple Linux Caledonia Wallpaper
Simple Linux Caledonia Wallpaper
- 16 Nov 12, 3:42am -
Simple GNU/Linux Wallpaper
Simple GNU/Linux Wallpaper
- 7 Nov 12, 6:51pm -

geek linux

geek utilities

  • Chinese hide chips in US planes
    Evidence is piling up that cyber security is one of this generation’s most critical issues. Remarks by the National Counterintelligence Executive, Dr. Joel F. Brenner, at the Applied Research Laboratories University of Texa…
    - 20 Apr 09, 5:40pm -
  • Social Media overload? Try FriendFeed with Alert Thingy
    If you’ve found yourself buried under Twitter messages (tweets), Facebook statuses, Flickr images, Delicious links, Tumblr posts and/or whatever other social data you can muster, then please allow me to promptly direct you…
    - 14 Apr 08, 8:20pm -
  • Synchronize your files with Memeo AutoSync
    {ad}Have you ever used the synchronize files feature in Windows? This is the feature that allows you to make files available offline when you are not connected to a network drive. It also […]The post Synchronize your files…
    - 4 Mar 08, 6:06pm -
  • Review: Diskeeper 2008
    Most seasoned PC users are familiar with the concept of defragging your hard disk but ask them the last time they defragged and they probably won’t have an answer. Windows actually comes with […]The post Review: Diskeepe…
    - 21 Dec 07, 6:44pm -
  • Review: Take a power nap with Pzizz
    I’ve tried power napping on and off for years. Unfortunately, the biggest problem I have with power napping is making sure that I wake up in time to get things done for the […]The post Review: Take a power nap with Pzizz…
    - 19 Sep 07, 9:13pm -
  • Review: Create Professional Quality Videos with Sony Vegas 7
    If you are looking to make professional quality audio/video productions you should seriously consider Sony Vegas 7 DVD production suite as a mainstay for your personal multimedia productions studio. This is a feature […]Th…
    - 13 Sep 07, 6:27pm -
  • Review: Backup your photos with the Photo Safe
    One of the things about traveling with a digital camera is you inevitably wind up filling your memory cards. There are a couple of solutions to this. One is buying more memory cards. […]The post Review: Backup your photos…
    - 10 Sep 07, 8:24pm -
  • Review: Anagram lets you create a contact or calendar entry in two clicks
    {ad} I’m a power user when it comes to contact and task management. That said, I’ve been a user of ACT, Palm Desktop, and most recently Microsoft Outlook. I’m addicted to putting in […]The post Review: Anagram lets y…
    - 10 Sep 07, 2:03pm -
  • ReadyBoost on the Run
    One of the most notable new features in Windows Vista is ReadyBoost. This is a caching feature that uses flash memory in order to speed up Vista’s performance. Because flash memory is cheap, […]The post ReadyBoost on the…
    - 3 Apr 07, 2:21pm -
  • Xoxide X-Turbine
    Lately there seems to be an over abundance of steel, premodded cases on the market, each with no clear advantages over the other. These cases seem to be surprisingly similar with only minimal […]The post Xoxide X-Turbine a…
    - 12 Jun 03, 11:54am -

arstechnica

LinuxSpatry

Revision Part One: Linux Does What Win Don't

- 11 Apr 19, 8:33pm -
The Layman's Guide to Linux: File Systems & Permissions

- 9 Apr 19, 9:42pm -
The Layman's Guide to Linux: User Space

- 8 Apr 19, 5:53pm -
The Layman's Guide to Linux: Daemons & Init Systems

- 6 Apr 19, 6:53pm -
The Layman's Guide to Linux: The Kernel

- 5 Apr 19, 8:39pm -
The Layman's Guide to Linux: The Boot Loader

- 4 Apr 19, 6:53pm -

computerworld

  • newMicrosoft promotes upcoming Edge enhancements
    Microsoft on Monday talked up a slew of future features planned to land in Edge in coming months, including tabs stacked vertically along the browser's side and a Firefox-esque Password Monitor.And although Microsoft has not come out and put it pl…
    - 2 hours ago 31 Mar 20, 5:53pm -
  • newTech pitches in to fight COVID-19 pandemic
    As IT pros around the world go all-out to support a workforce that's suddenly fully remote, many technology workers and companies are also joining efforts to alleviate the COVID-19 crisis in various ways, including developing products to combat th…
    - 3 hours ago 31 Mar 20, 5:30pm -
  • newGive Chrome a time-saving tab switcher
    When I'm working on a computer these days, I tend to think of Chrome as my desktop. And really, it's no wonder: Regardless of whether I'm using Chrome OS or Windows, nearly everything I do now takes place in the browser — or some form of it.And…
    - 4 hours ago 31 Mar 20, 4:09pm -
  • newApple may introduce iPhone 9 this week
    I was a little astonished to receive an email from a small iPhone case manufacturer sharing details today of its new case for the iPhone 9, and now it looks like this isn’t an exception, but a wave. Is Apple about to introduce the device?Apple's…
    - 6 hours ago 31 Mar 20, 1:52pm -
  • newBut water has always been our friend!
    It’s many decades ago, and this pilot fish’s company gets a call from a customer, a small town’s municipal waterworks. A pipe has burst pipe at the pumping station, which also happens to be the site of the waterworks’ business offices.Goo…
    - 10 hours ago 31 Mar 20, 10:00am -
  • newCOVID-19 puts new demands on e-health record systems
    As healthcare providers face unprecedented challenges fighting the COVID-19 outbreak worldwide, electronic health record (EHR) systems are having to adapt to shifting requirements for patient care.  “We have never had an international crisis of…
    - 10 hours ago 31 Mar 20, 10:00am -
  • newWindows 10: A guide to the updates
    The launch of a major Windows 10 update isn’t the end of a process — it’s really just the beginning. As soon as one of Microsoft’s twice-yearly feature updates is released, the company quickly gets to work on improving it by fixing bugs, r…
    - 21 hours ago 30 Mar 20, 11:03pm -
  • newMicrosoft to shift SMBs' Office subscriptions to 'Microsoft 365' brand
    Microsoft today announced name changes to the Office 365 subscription plans in the Business line, substituting "Microsoft 365" instead.The Redmond, Wash. developer did not touch subscription plans aimed at enterprise, education and government.Plan…
    - 23 hours ago 30 Mar 20, 9:14pm -
  • Office 365: A guide to the updates
    Office 365 subscribers always have the latest version of Microsoft Office — currently Office 2016. They also get more frequent software updates than those who have purchased Office 2016 without a subscription, which means subscribers have access…
    - 1 day ago 30 Mar 20, 6:46pm -
  • 7 Zoom tips for working from home
    Despite disturbing errors of judgement related to privacy and security, Zoom appears to have become the most popular solution for online collaboration, in use across enterprise, government and individuals.I’ve kicked the app around to surface a…
    - 1 day ago 30 Mar 20, 2:38pm -

informationweek

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  • newFast Coronavirus Test Gets Emergency FDA Approval
    Abbott will deliver 50,000 COVID-19 tests per day to healthcare workers, starting Wednesday, using its modified ID NOW testing process. Bringing rapid coronavirus testing capacity to the medical front lines is crucial in the battle to flatten the ris…
    - 4 hours ago 31 Mar 20, 4:08pm -
  • Living in the COVID-19 World: TV Hosts Struggle at Home
    While stuck at home, many of us are burning through online content very rapidly. One of the things that's become painfully apparent is that TV shows that typically have live audiences suddenly have become almost unwatchable. In the context of the COV…
    - 1 day ago 30 Mar 20, 5:31pm -
  • 3D Printers Join Arsenal of COVID-19 Weapons
    The worldwide 3D printing community is stepping up to alleviate the shortage of medical equipment needed to battle the COVID-19 pandemic. Participants include entrepreneurs and hackers, companies in the 3D printing industry, automobile makers, aircra…
    - 5 days ago 26 Mar 20, 6:33pm -
  • AryaLinux Provides the Building Blocks for a Unique Linux Experience
    AryaLinux is something different, and when it comes to Linux operating systems, different can be very intriguing. Arya is both a distribution and a platform. That means you can use it as is or turn it into a branded computing system to meet your own…
    - 5 days ago 26 Mar 20, 11:00am -
  • Instagram Combats COVID-19 Misinformation, Social Isolation
    Instagram has announced a slew of new capabilities to combat misinformation about the coronavirus, along with a co-watching feature that helps users feel less isolated while sheltering at home. Efforts to clamp down on misinformation include removing…
    - 6 days ago 25 Mar 20, 5:39pm -
  • Ask Siri if You Have the Coronavirus
    Apple users wondering if they've caught COVID-19 now can ask digital assistant Siri for advice. The company has rolled out a self-screening feature that allows users to ask, "Hey Siri, do I have the coronavirus?" Siri then takes them through a questi…
    - 7 days ago 24 Mar 20, 11:00am -
  • COVID-19 Outbreak: Thoughts From the Stay-at-Home Front
    Steps can be taken to mitigate the threat of spreading the coronavirus to folks who are sheltering at home. In many cases delivery drivers don't seem to have any protection, and if it's necessary to sign for something, customers are expected to touch…
    - 8 days ago 23 Mar 20, 6:51pm -
  • Zorin OS Core Makes GNOME More Comfortable
    Zorin OS 15.2, released on March 8, adds an impressive selection of upgrades and improvements to an already well-oiled Linux operating system. Since its debut in July 2009 Zorin OS cofounder Artyom Zorin has hawked his distribution as an ideal Micros…
    - 11 days ago 20 Mar 20, 6:05pm -
  • Loss Prevention 101: Future-Proofing Your Network Begins With Resilience
    Critical server outages cost businesses an average of $300,000 hourly, with many cases exceeding $5 million. As network demands increase and maximum uptime becomes a necessity, it is crucial to implement the proper processes and systems to ensure org…
    - 11 days ago 20 Mar 20, 11:00am -
  • COVID-19 and Computer Security, Part 2: Shoring Up Systems for Remote Workers
    As companies send employees home in an effort to curb the spread of COVID-19, cybersecurity experts are warning that telecommuting could be putting company assets and data at risk. There are a number of precautions that employees working from home sh…
    - 12 days ago 19 Mar 20, 11:00am -
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