Newark Element14 launched a $20 motor control add-on for AMD’s Gizmo 2 SBC, and MinnowBoard.org tipped a new “Lure” LED add-on for the Minnowboard Max. From the start, the Raspberry Pi and the BeagleBoard (BeagleBone) projects have followed the Arduino project’s lead in providing Shield-like expansion modules to attract hobbyists and third party developers. Several […]
Version 1.4.0 of libvpx was finally released today by Google developers. This new release is codenamed the “Indian Runner Duck.”..
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The beta of Rust 1.0 was released ahead of Easter weekend and all libraries/language features planned for the v1.0 milestone have been marked as stable…
By Lars Kurth
Part three of this series by Xen Project Advisory Board Chairman Lars Kurth discusses early adopters of unikernel technology and why the technology’s future is so bright.
By Rajesh Goyal LinuxCertified,Inc. a leading provider of Linux training, will offer weekend Linux system administration bootcamp on [url=http://www.linuxcertified.com/class_schedule.html] April 18th – 19th, 2015[/url] in South Bay (CA). This workshop is designed for busy information technology professionals and is designed to cover the most important Linux administration areas.
By email@example.com A release candidate for SparkyLinux 4.0 has been released. The new release candidate updates many packages, offers a new theme and the XChat IRC client has been swapped out for HexChat. According to the release announcement SparkyLinux is offering two editions of the release candidate, one with the….
By Mark Clarke Creating tunnels with Linux is easy and can provide an easy solution to some complex networking problems. Most are familiar with encrypted tunnels such as VPNs and SOCKS proxies via SSH. In the mixed IPv6 and IPv4 in which we live tunnels are often a necessity to ensure connectivity between disconnected networks.
The Tor Project and the Electronic Freedom Foundation (EFF) have announced
a mentoring program entitled the “Tor Summer of Privacy” (TorSoP). Akin to the
Google Summer of Code, TorSoP will provide financial support and
mentorship for a group of students to work on privacy-related free
software. Three student positions are available this year;
applications will be accepted through April 10. More details
(including project ideas) are provided on the TorSoP page.
SecurityWeek: Google said Thursday that malware infections on Android devices have been cut in half in the past year following security upgrades for the mobile platform.
From: Linux Today