By email@example.com Matthias Klumpp has announced the availability of a release candidate for Tanglu, a Debian based distribution for desktop users. Tanglu 3 RC1 introduces experimental support and is presented in three editions (GNOME, KDE and Core). “We are pleased to announce the release of the first release candidate (RC)….
By Jim Lynch In today’s open source roundup: Google and Microsoft share some similarities. Plus: How to upgrade from Debian 7 to Debian 8. And Dropbox versus Google Drive.
Google engineers have added support for the Tegra X1 “T210” SoC to Coreboot. Additionally, they’ve added support for the “Smaug” Chromebook to Coreboot that uses this latest-generation NVIDIA Tegra 64-bit SoC…
By Silviu Stahie The Linux Mint team has revealed that the final version of Linux Mint 17.2 “Rafaela” MATE is now available for download. It comes with MATE 1.10 and a ton of other improvements for the rest of the operating system.
By firstname.lastname@example.org (Joe Casad)
The Internet community officially banishes the notoriously unsafe Secure Sockets Layer protocol.
From: Linux Magazine
HowToForge: This tutorial explains how to upgrade your Debian system from Wheezy to Jessie in a few simple steps.
From: Linux Today
Fedora is a big community that includes contributors and users from many different countries, each with their own experiences and historical backgrounds that contribute to a diverse mix of cultural, educational, and behavioral norms. To continuously create and foster an… Continue Reading →
UbuntuGeek: Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) is an “Internet-standard protocol for managing devices on IP networks”.
From: Linux Today
My Linux journey began three years ago. I finished high school and started to pay more attention to the security of computers and networks. It is truly an amazing field of study and there’s so many new things to learn there. I was instantly hooked.read more
LinuxSecurity.com: Unless you haven’t been on the net for a year, you know Transport Layer Security/Secure Socket Layer (TLS/SSL) software, such as OpenSSL, have had numerous serious security problems. Now, Amazon, is introducing a new TLS implementation: “Signal to noise,” s2n.
From: Linux Security