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 nextstep4it: The backtick allows you to assign the output of a shell command to a variable.

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 softpedia: Developers have actually made a number of improvements to the application.

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 The VAR Guy: Catbird 6.0 enhances the security of OpenStack private and hybrid clouds through automated security policies, providing compliance assurance for enterprises.

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 LinuxGizmos: The Electronic Freedom Foundation (EFF) has released an experimental hacker alpha version of a proposed new open source wireless router stack that supports secure, shareable WiFi networks

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 Datamation: Choosing the best Linux browser for your needs requires just a bit of homework

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The Verge: The Tails operating system is one of the most trusted platforms in cryptography, favored by Edward Snowden and booted up more than 11,000 times per day in May.

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LinuxUser: Grive Tools now covers more distros, so here’s how to get Google Drive on Ubuntu, Fedora and OpenSUSE

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sitepoint: This quick tip will show you how to get it installed on a Vagrant box so you too can experiment with its features.

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postscapes: There are three versions of Open Garden available, with sensors and other equipment customized for indoor, outdoor, or hydroponic growing.

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xen.org: The first release of Mirage OS back in December 2013 introduced the prototype of the unikernel concept, which realised the promise of a safe, flexible mechanism to build highly optimized software stacks purpose-built for deployment in the public cloud

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Infoworld: Increasingly, software isn't sold, it's used to power services offered over the Internet. So why contend with the complexities of open source licensing?

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Datamation: Firefox 31 is now generally available, providing users of Mozilla's open-source web browser with multiple patches to improve security. For developers, the new release also provides new tools to help accelerate web application development

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The U.K. Cabinet Office accomplished today what the Commonwealth of Massachusetts set out (unsuccessfully) to achieve ten years ago

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 DarkDuck: Zorin OS 9 Core is a decent system, and those who it is aimed for, literally Windows migrants,

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 Datamation: KDE's Plasma earns best Linux desktop honors due to its design, customization and innovation.

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 nixcraft: How can I analyze line rate taking log file as input on a Linux system?

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 LinuxBSDos: Privacy Badger is a browser add-on for Firefox and Chrome that's designed to stop advertisers and other third-party trackers from secretly tracking

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posted 7 days ago on linux today
EnterpriseNetworkingPlanet: DevNet effort aims to succeed where other Cisco developer efforts in the past have failed.

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 OpenSource.com: Scott Wilson agrees that open source matters because of open code, but just as important is the process in which the code is made.

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The Register: A new Linux distribution is looking to overcome the limitations of Debian on ARM, by running both Linux apps and Android apps in native mode.

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LinuxJournal: No matter how much I love Plex, there's still nothing that comes close to XBMC for usability when it comes to watching your network media on a television.

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Phoronix: GNU Compiler Collection developers are beginning to come to a consensus that GCC 5.0 will be released in 2015.

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Linux.com: Presenting a nice assortment of lightweight yet fully-functional Linux distros for all occasions.

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softpedia: 4MLinux Rescue Edition, a special distribution that includes a wide set of system maintenance and recovery applications, is now at version 9.1 Beta and is ready for testing.

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Wazi: These two Apache modules can be useful in creating a staging environment, fixing unsupported web applications, or just adding custom HTTP headers for troubleshooting and monitoring.

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