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Jul
30th

How to scan for viruses with ClamAV on Ubuntu

Author: bob@lxer.com | Files under syndicated

There aren’t many viruses made for Linux distributions and as such, most people who use such systems don’t ever bother using an antivirus software. Those however who do want to be able to scan their system or other windows-based systems that are connec…


Jul
30th

Teach coding with games: a review of Codewars and CodeCombat

Author: bob@lxer.com | Files under syndicated

I recently stumbled upon two websites for learning coding and programming skills: CodeCombat and Codewars. Both use a free software philosophy (all code examples are open source licensed and/or available GitHub) and help teach different computer progra…


Jul
30th

i.MX6 hacker board features M.2 and wide-range power

Author: LXer Linux News | Files under syndicated

SolidRun has launched a high-end, Linux-ready “Edge” SBC to its i.MX6-based HummingBoard line, adding M.2 and eMMC storage, wide range power, and more I/O. SolidRun has revamped its line of sandwich-style, community-backed HummingBoard single board computers, adding a new high-end HummingBoard Edge model. Like the other HummingBoards, it runs Linux on swappable “MicroSOM” computer-on-modules running […]


Jul
30th

Zorin OS, consider me a Linux fan for life

Author: LXer Linux News | Files under syndicated

While I come across the “old guard” wanting to cling to XP for dear life as it drifts into the sunset and becomes even more prone to virus, malware and spyware attacks, consider me a Linux fan for life.


Jul
30th

16 science projects for open innovation

Author: LXer Linux News | Files under syndicated

This year’s Open Science series features great stories like Elon Musk’s Hyperloop transportation system and the future of drones and open source at the Dronecode Foundation. And, our team answers the question, “What is open science, anyway?”But you want even more open science goodness, don’t you? Of course! So, here are 16 awesome open science projects you may have missed. Plus, three bonus reads. These are bookmark-worthy, folks.read more


Jul
30th

Welcome to the Matrix

Author: LXer Linux News | Files under syndicated

But, of course, we won’t be careful. Nor will we keep guns and worse out of the hands of our self aware and much smarter than we robots. Just the opposite, if history is any guide. As far as I know, we have never developed a technology that we haven’t militarized. In fact, the most rapid development of technologies comes when the military begins to see a use for them.


Jul
30th

Welcome to the Matrix

Author: Christine Hall | Files under syndicated

But, of course, we won’t be careful. Nor will we keep guns and worse out of the hands of our self aware and much smarter than we robots. Just the opposite, if history is any guide. As far as I know, we have never developed a technology that we haven


Jul
30th

16 science projects for open innovation

Author: bob@lxer.com | Files under syndicated

This year’s Open Science series features great stories like Elon Musk’s Hyperloop transportation system and the future of drones and open source at the Dronecode Foundation. And, our team answers the question, “What is open science, anyway?”But you want even more open science goodness, don’t you? Of course! So, here are 16 awesome open science projects you may have missed. Plus, three bonus reads. These are bookmark-worthy, folks.read more


Jul
30th

Debian 8 and Ubuntu 14.04 LTS Install Suhosin PHP Extension To Protects Server

Author: Linuxtoday.com | Files under syndicated

 Nixcraft: Suhosin is an advanced protection system for PHP installations.


Jul
30th

Zorin OS, consider me a Linux fan for life

Author: Jim Stanley | Files under syndicated

While I come across the "old guard" wanting to cling to XP for dear life as it drifts into the sunset and becomes even more prone to virus, malware and spyware attacks, consider me a Linux fan for life.