It might just be the future of openSUSE. We take a indepth look at openSUSE Leap 42.1 beta. Find out why this might be the most ambitious Linux distribution release to date, the features that appeal the power user & the newbie.
Plus the Linux malware that fixes up your box, why it might never be the year of the Linux desktop, the Linux botnet that hits with 150 Gbps DDoS attacks & more!
The best way to get familiarity with the concepts we will discuss is by experimentation. I think that it is becoming more common these days for people to own more than one computer and set them up in a network. And with cheap computers like Raspberry Pi it is really easy to get started. In this tutorial I want to discuss how you can set up such a server for your experiments in ssh. I encourage you to do this even though I dont intend this series to focus on server administration. The idea is that by practising these these techniques behind a good firewall you can get some familiarity with them before you get out on the Internet where it matters. For most Linux users, at least, installing and setting up a server is really simple, and you can do it minutes.
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D-Link publishes its private code signing keys, exploiting Windows Symbolic Links & why encryption is not sufficient protection.
Plus some great questions, our answers, a rockin roundup & much, much more!
This week, we have a great interview with Warner Losh of the FreeBSD project! We will be discussing everything from automatic kernel module loading, IO scheduling & of course NanoBSD.
NYbill talks about setting up Irssi Connectbot on a Android phone to access IRC.
I don't know him. But, thanks for this handy guide on setting up key pairs with Connectbot, Michael:
Holly is a software engineer at BlackLocus, a big data analyzer for Home Depot. She discusses her journey into technology that started in college & took a big detour.
Noah hosts again while Chris is in the land of no service, also known as Utah! We talk about LibreOffice, Ubuntu's new Setup wizard, OpenSUSE's leap & more!
Glasgow Podcrawl review
The second Glasgow Podcrawl took place on the 10th of July 2015. The participants were:
Andrew Conway (aka mcnalu)
The event started at 6pm in the State Bar on Holland Street, moved on to the Bon Accord, the Inn Deep and finally to the Three Judges.
Dave Morriss departed after visiting the second bar to head back to Edinburgh, but everyone else lasted to the very end!
In this episode hear the details of this singular event, and a whole lot about many other things.
Mike and Chris discuss malware getting injected into unsuspecting developers apps. Then the advertising cold war that’s brewing, how it impacts users, content creators & developers.
Also our top three must haves before you sign any development work contract.