Only for Linux Lovers

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The post Only for Linux Lovers appeared first on I'm Programmer. Featured Programming Funny Images Programming Jokes Linux Linux Humor Only for Linux Lovers Valentine

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Happy Birthday Linux

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The post Happy Birthday Linux appeared first on I'm Programmer. Programming Funny Images Programming Jokes Best Operating System Best Programming humor computer programming jokes Free OS Happy Birthday Linux linux programming jokes Programming fun for Linux

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The Linux Foundation Launches Continuous Delivery Foundation

DevOps.com

The Linux Foundation announced it will provide the home base for a vendor-neutral Continuous Delivery Foundation (CDF) committed to making it easier to build and reuse DevOps pipelines across multiple continuous integration/continuous delivery (CI/CD) platforms.

Linux Directory Structure

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Do you know about Directory Structure of Linux? In this article, we discuss Linux Directory Structure. Linux file systems contain some directories. The Filesystem Hierarchy Standard (FHS) defines the structure of file systems in Unix/Linux, like operating systems.

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Happy 7th Birthday, Linux Academy!

Linux Academy

Linux Academy turned 7 on March 12, 2019! Things are only going to get bigger and better from here for Linux Academy! The post Happy 7th Birthday, Linux Academy! appeared first on Linux Academy Blog.

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Linux Academy Weekly Update 3-18-2019

Linux Academy

This week we have more updates over labs, content, and teasers for Linux Academy, plus an exciting update about our relaunch of the Linux Academy for Business platform. Kali-Linux is now up and running for everyone to use! Business Platform Linux Academy

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Linux Academy Weekly Update 3-11-2019

Linux Academy

Right now, Linux Academy is working hard to create two new sandboxes for you to play in. Kali Linux and Windows Server ! That’s right, here in the next month you will be able to create, build, test, and break your own Kali Linux and Windows servers in the Linux Academy Playground.

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Forget webcam covers, install Linux

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The post Forget webcam covers, install Linux appeared first on I'm Programmer. Programming Funny Images Programming Jokes driver Linux webcam

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My Alpine Desktop – Setting Up a Software Development Environment on Alpine Linux

OverOps

Whether you are into software development, DevOps or test engineering, if you have some work experience with Docker, you are most likely already familiar with Alpine Linux. Alpine has gained great popularity in recent years and nowadays is probably the most favored Linux for Dockers.

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Modify Linux Disk Partition Label Names

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How to Change Linux Partition Label Names on EXT4 / EXT3 / EXT2 and Swap. Let’s see Linux disk partition tutorial. For diagnosing above partitions, A Linux system has its own natural convention. Linux Filesystem and Partitions – Types and Terminologies.

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Linux Training Courses | New January Releases

Linux Academy

Dive into our latest Linux training courses and Hands-On Labs, and let us know which course you’re most excited to start with #ReleaseTheTraining. Don’t miss your chance to win a free year of Linux Academy! New Hands-On Linux Training Courses. Kali Linux Deep Dive.

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Most Popular Image/ Photo Editor for Linux OS

I'm Programmer

In this post, I have inspected some of the best photo editing software available on various Linux distributions. This is not the only photo editors usable but are among the best and commonly used by Linux users. Let’s start in brief with Image Editor Tools for Linux.

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Linux Commands cheat sheet – Most popular Linux Commands

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In this tutorial , you will learn most important commands for Linux Command Line. The command line is one of the most powerful features of Linux. There exists a sea of Linux command line tools, allowing you to do almost everything you can think of doing on your Linux PC. Let’s learn the Linux commands. Displays block device related information in Linux. Display Linux System Information. Linux tool to show ethernet status.

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What’s Free at Linux Academy — March 2019

Linux Academy

By adding free cloud training to our Community Membership, students have the opportunity to develop their Linux and cloud skills further. Stay tuned to the Linux Academy blog for further details. Are you a non-technical person just wanting to know what this “Linux” thing is?

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How to Write C Program in Ubuntu/ Linux

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In this article, we learn how to write c program in Ubuntu, how to install c language on Ubuntu and how to run a C program in Ubuntu/Linux. This is the outline for the C Program in Ubuntu/ Linux. In my opinion, you should also start doing programming in Linux.

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Linux Technology for the New Year: eBPF

The New Stack

In the year to come, we will start to see a change in the Linux kernel architecture, as a new component, eBPF, starts taking over more monitoring, security and networking duties from individual kernel modules. You need at least Linux kernel version 4.4

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Challenge Accepted: An Adventure in Linux Part 2

Linux Academy

When I can’t do what I want via the GUI, my first instinct is to go to the command line and what’s Linux if I can’t just use the command line? The external microphone I need to use has drivers for Windows and is plug-and-play on a mac, but my question is, how do I use it with Linux?

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How to Install Django on Windows/Linux/Mac

The Crazy Programmer

In this tutorial, we’re going to see how we can install django on windows, linux or mac platform. How to Install Django on Windows, Linux, Mac. Linux or Mac (Installation Screenshots). The post How to Install Django on Windows/Linux/Mac appeared first on The Crazy Programmer.

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Challenge Accepted: An Adventure in Linux — Part 1

Linux Academy

Hello once again, Linux Academy family! I am back and in a different role within Linux Academy. This is true even when it’s a Linux-based laptop. Over the last five years, I have changed Linux distros about every six months — why you may ask?

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My Alpine Desktop – Setting Up a Software Development Environment on Alpine Linux

OverOps

Whether you are into software development, DevOps or test engineering, if you have some work experience with Docker, you are most likely already familiar with Alpine Linux. Alpine has gained great popularity in recent years and nowadays is probably the most favored Linux for Dockers.

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Electric Cloud Accelerates Embedded Linux, Android Builds

The New Stack

support for embedded Linux builds based on the Yocto Project , Buildroot and Android platforms. The post Electric Cloud Accelerates Embedded Linux, Android Builds appeared first on The New Stack. Consider that the typical new car has about 100 million lines of code , more than the 6.5

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ManageEngine ADSelfService Plus Extends Self-Service Password Management to Linux

DevOps.com

Provides End Users a Fast, Secure Way to Reset Windows Active Directory Passwords from Linux Login Screen Ensures secure self-service password reset by employing multi-factor authentication Improves employee productivity by expediting password reset, reducing IT help desk burden Download a 30-day free trial at www.adselfserviceplus.com/download.html PLEASANTON, Calif. The post ManageEngine ADSelfService Plus Extends Self-Service Password Management to Linux appeared first on DevOps.com.

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CLOUDBEES WORKS WITH JENKINS AND JENKINS X PROJECTS, LINUX FOUNDATION, GOOGLE TO LAUNCH CONTINUOUS DELIVERY FOUNDATION

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Industry group creates foundation for development and promotion of open source CD-related projects LONDON, UK – March 12, 2019 4:05PM – CloudBees, the enterprise DevOps leader powering the continuous economy, today announced the launch of the Continuous Delivery Foundation (CD Foundation or CDF), a new foundation that will operate under the umbrella of the Linux […]. Press Releases CDF cloudbees Linux Foundation

The worst nightmare for a Unix user – Linux Programming Jokes

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The post The worst nightmare for a Unix user – Linux Programming Jokes appeared first on I'm Programmer. Programming Funny Images Programming Jokes Best Programming Jokes linux programming jokes The worst nightmare for a Unix userDeveloper Humor. 1 of 5.

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Linux Foundation Unveils CommunityBridge, an Open Source Funding Platform

The New Stack

The Linux Foundation has launched a new platform , called CommunityBridge , designed to help open source projects secure the funding they need for development and maintenance and upkeep. The Linux Foundation and Red Hat are sponsors of The New Stack.

Linux Foundation to Host CHIPS Alliance Project to Propel Industry Innovation Through Open Source CPU Chip and SoC Design

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New Linux Foundation Project to Foster Flexible, Next-Generation Chip Design for Diverse Data-Centric Applications and Workloads SAN FRANCISCO – March 11, 2019 – The Linux Foundation, the nonprofit organization enabling mass innovation through open source, today announced its intent to form the CHIPS Alliance project to host and curate high-quality open source code relevant to […]. Press Releases Esperanto Technologies google Linux Foundation SiFive Western Digital

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ASP.NET Core WebApi: RESTful service on Linux

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Microsoft recently announced the general availability of.NET Core v2 and ASP.NET WebApi , In this short tutorial I will show how to create quickly a RESTful service by using ASP.NET Core on Linux (in my case Ubuntu v17.04). You can develop and run your ASP.NET Core apps cross-platform on Windows, Mac and Linux. As previously announced, this procedure will work on Linux Mint and Ubuntu. Ubuntu 16.04 / Linux Mint 18.

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What’s Free At Linux Academy February 2019

Linux Academy

By adding free cloud training to our Community Membership, students have the opportunity to develop their Linux and Cloud skills further. Each month we will kick off our community content with a live study group allowing members of the Linux Academy community to come together and share their insights in order to learn from one another. Stay tuned to the Linux Academy blog for further details. This course will dive into LXC (LinuX Containers) and its container manager, LXD.

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Introducing Google Cloud Hands-On Labs by Linux Academy

Linux Academy

Linux Academy is the industry-leading hands-on lab cloud training platform with unique hands-on labs that are not found anywhere else. Linux Academy’s Google Cloud Hands-On labs deploy real-world scenarios, a real Google Cloud environment for you to learn in, solution videos, a written guide, and an architecture diagram. When you deploy these labs, you are working in a real Google Cloud environment provided to you at no additional cost by Linux Academy.

Google, Facebook, Uber Join Linux Foundation’s OpenChain Project

The New Stack

Google, Facebook and Uber are joining the Linux Foundation’s OpenChain open source licensing project, taking their place 13 other companies, including GitHub, Adobe, Cisco, Comcast and others, the foundation announced at the Open Compliance Summit in Yokohama, Japan, this week.

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A more flexible build architecture with updated Linux

Netlify

Our original build image was made to use Ubuntu Linux 14.04 Also, some features included in newer versions of the popular site generator Hugo require a newer version of Linux. We knew we wanted to upgrade to Ubuntu Linux 16.04

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Why 2019 is a Bad Year to Start Learning Linux

Stacks on Stacks

Linux, it seems, is the shibboleth of the true nerd. Like robotics or home brewing, Linux has become a symbol of nerdy acumen, without actually entailing any of the skills you need to be a web developer. But does that obligate us, the humble full-stack engineers, to learn Linux?

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Free Linux Apps Every Business Owner Should Check

Openxcell

Linux is an operating system that’s like UNIX. Linux is an operating system that's like UNIX. All of these software packages have great, free, open source alternatives available on Linux though. Why use Linux Apps. You don't need any special hardware to run Linux.

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Bright Computing: Advanced Linux Cluster Management

CTOvision

Linux clusters of any size are now really easy to install, manage and use, even with only minimal Linux knowledge. With this post we are initiating coverage of Bright Computing.

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Running Unikernels from Existing Linux Applications with OPS

The Crazy Programmer

Unikernels are an emerging deployment pattern that engineers are choosing over Linux and Docker because of their performance, security and size. This was built for linux but your application won’t actually run on linux.

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Celebrating 25 Years of Linux Kernel Development

Toptal

Linux is now 25 years old, but it’s no hipster. In fact, Linux is still growing and evolving, but the core ideas of the Linux State of Mind remain the same. In this article, Toptal Technical Editor Nermin Hajdarbegovic takes a look at the history of Linux development, the state of Linux today, and what’s next for the world’s most popular open-source operating system

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Red Hat Enterprise Linux for SAP HANA Now Available on AWS

CTOvision

Just announced Red Hat Enterprise Linux for SAP HANA has expanded their availability to Amazon Web Services (AWS). Red Hat Enterprise Linux for SAP HANA offers an open, integrated and highly available platform. Enterprises can now leverage the stability, security and reliability of Red Hat Enterprise Linux and SAP HANA to run public cloud-based big data workloads. The post Red Hat Enterprise Linux for SAP HANA Now Available on AWS appeared first on CTOvision.com.

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TechNet Augusta 2016: Defensive Cyber

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Linux: RHEL 7 Family. CTO Cyber Security DOD News CentOS Linux Linux distribution Linux kernel Red Hat Red Hat Enterprise Linux Software repository SUSE Linux distributionsChrisScott.

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Why Unikernels Are Great for DevOps

DevOps.com

Blogs DevOps in the Cloud DevOps Practice DevOps Toolbox continuous deployment linux shift left security unikernels virtual machinesDevOps tooling seems to be in a never-ending state of self-transformation.

Helping the Little Guy: The Power of Open Source Software for Startups

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Blogs DevOps and Open Technologies DevOps Practice linux open source software oss source code startups