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Security updates for Wednesday

Security updates have been issued by Debian (bouncycastle), Fedora (flatpak), openSUSE (php7 and slrn), Oracle (389-ds-base and kernel), Red Hat (kernel and kernel-rt), Scientific Linux (389-ds-base and kernel), SUSE (xen), and Ubuntu (dovecot)…. Continue Reading — Security updates for Wednesday

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Password protecting an Apache directory

Apache is known for being fast, secure & extremely customization. We can modify apache as per our needs & requirements with its various modules & configurations. One such file that is used to modify configurations of the website is ‘.htaccess’ file. .htaccess .htaccess is short for hyper...

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A new vantage point

I joined Canonical as COO in 2004, excited by the vision of Ubuntu and the possibilities that could unfold from the software, the collaboration with the open source community, the energy of an international, distributed start-up and the impact it could have on the world. When...

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Snap Support Lands in Fedora

Snaps make it easier for application developers to package, distribute and update their software — and support for them has landed in Fedora 24, 25 and 26. This post, Snap Support Lands in Fedora, was written by Joey Sneddon and first appeared on OMG! Ubuntu!. ...

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Amazon GameLift Local and Game Session Queue Improvements

Amazon GameLift Local is a client-side debugging tool that emulates a subset of the Amazon GameLift API on your local development machine. With Amazon GameLift Local, you can verify code changes in seconds, without incurring any usage charges. Amazon G… Continue Reading — Amazon GameLift...

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AWS CloudTrail Enhances Configuration Setup

AWS CloudTrail now allows you to add data events, management events, and activity filters during the CloudTrail configuration setup in the console. With data events logging, you can record all API actions on Amazon S3 objects and receive detailed infor… Continue Reading — AWS CloudTrail...

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Amazon QuickSight now available in US East (Ohio)

Amazon QuickSight is now available in US East (Ohio). New users can sign up for QuickSight with US East (Ohio) as their home region, making SPICE capacity available in the region and ensuring proximity to AWS and on-premises data sources. Existing Quic… Continue Reading —...

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AWS Config Improves Discovery of Managed Rules

AWS Config now has a redesigned experience for discovering and setting up AWS-managed Config rules. You can now search managed rules by name, label, or description. This allows you to quickly filter rules based on services and rule descriptions. For example, you can type “EC2” in...

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OpenBSD 6.1 released

OpenBSD 6.1 has been released. This version adds the arm64 platform, using clang as the base system compiler. The loongson platform supports systems with Loongson 3A CPU and RS780E chipset. The armish, sparc, and zaurus platforms have been ret… Continue Reading — OpenBSD 6.1 released

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Portable Computing Language (pocl) v0.14 released

Pocl aims to become a performance portable open source (MIT-licensed) implementation of the OpenCL standard. Version 0.14 adds support for LLVM/Clang 4.0 and 3.9 and a new binary format that enables running OpenCL programs on hosts without onli… Continue Reading — Portable Computing Language (pocl)...

 
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