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Tiwo Satriatama

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Control Linux PC and Make Android as Mouse, Keyboard, and Gamepad

How to control #linux  using #android   #smartphone  ( mouse, keyboard, and gamepad ).

http://www.linuxslaves.com/2016/02/control-linux-make-android-as-mouse.html
Sharing All About Open Sources, Linux, Ebook, Aplication, Tools, Tutorial, Android, News, Tutorial, etc
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Suman Roy

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Hi all, I am trying to build a tool for network level virtualization. I am looking for interested contributor, as I am quite new in software development, I need help.
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Mike Stone
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David Both shares his favorite system monitoring tools for understanding what is going on in any Linux environment: top, atop, htop, and glances.
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+Matthias Bülow
I'm using Midnight BSD and made mport install htop and it responded: package not in the applications cache.
And then I asked some BSD folks and they told me htop was not native to BSD because it relied too much on /proc, what BSD doesn't have.
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Mike Hydes

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Open Source Software at an Industrial Scale -- China could do for open source software what it did for electronics/hardware!
China’s has come along way from the days of the celestial kingdom’s defeat and the hundred years of humiliation. Today t…
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Reverse engineering is their ace. Open source relied upon contribution. China has no economic incentive to develop, outside of military use, in regards to research and development. Certainly the possess the intellect but being creative is not rewarded in China.
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Alexey Pupyshev

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Fluent Bit is an open source data collection tool developed for embedded Linux. It aims to solve all problems associated with data, from collection to distribution. Eduardo Silva goes over the features and shares a tutorial.
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Christakis Mina

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Community driven landing pages for open source projects!
Free TLS certificates for your custom domain. When you create a new site for your open source project with a custom domain, we configure Let's encrypt for you. Read More. Contribute. All our templates are completely open source. Help us grow the community by adding your own templates. Read More ...
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Samantha Atkins

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I have a licensing question.  I would like to allow embedding as well as linking of a bit of software I am writing while keeping the software open with direct mods to it also staying open.  So on the surface LGPLv3 seems a good match.  But I am worried by one part or what I think it means.  That part says that the user must be able to modify this code and build anything that embeds or links to it with against the modified version.    

I don't understand how this can be done if the user substantially changes interfaces/function parameters or the semantics as this could easily break the using/embedding application.  That seems a bit of a worry.  On thus the license not at all imply that the application has to actually still run after arbitrary mods to the LGPLv3 code which seems more sensible?

In the latter case is there any compliance requirement that something be included saying what version of the LGPLv3 code the app is known to work with?  Or is that an entirely separate matter?
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The wxWindows license is GPL 2 with a linking exception....
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harish natarajan

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Become an independent automation tester by subscribing to this course on Selenium, the most popular open source automation tool...
This course is good... Check this out...
Become an independent automation tester by subscribing to this course on Selenium, the most popular open source automation tool.
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I'm a big-time fan of the IDE for both casual and formal QA testing. Not long ago it made my reputation on a project by keeping a contract coding firm honest without a budget-busting, deadline killing engagement with QA. Learn it, use it, love it.
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Lee Forest
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Qt will always be Free and Open.
 
The KDE Free Qt Foundation has updated the agreement with The Qt Company that extends the scope of the protection of Qt to Stay Free and Open.
https://dot.kde.org/2016/01/13/qt-guaranteed-stay-free-and-open-%E2%80%93-legal-update
KDE develops Free, Open Source Software. Most of the KDE software uses the Qt library, which is available under compatible free licenses. The continued availability of Qt as Free Software is safeguarded by the KDE Free Qt Foundation, founded in 1998.
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LeMaker Team

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The LeMaker Guitar freee apply has finished in China. There are 3 days left for voting to you. http://www.lemaker.org/activity/index.html
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+Richard Wooding  ROFL!! True too :D
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Ravi Saive

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In #Linux we trust... via @imgur
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OSS Community
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Due to the overwhelming number number of spam accounts flooding our members list with hashtags and accounts named or starting with ! (yes an exclamation point) we are now switching to Ask To Join. All members are expected to be properly named, with profile information & profile picture available, and cannot be brand new accounts full of spam posts or no posts. Also anyone caught spamming will be banned. Hopefully this helps keep the community clean & on topic from now on. Thank you for understanding.
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The spam posts are usually kept under control. But the members list was getting bombed with members who are trying to push their names to the top of the list by using exclamation points, hashtags, n such. Plus this change allows us to stop the 'join & spam' users by forcing them to ask to join before they can post. Of course this might not be a permanent change. It's mostly giving us a chance to get things under control while we clean up. In the future we might try to open things back up.
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Paul Brown

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Kolab + Collabora CloudSuite == [GoogleApps | Office365] + Freedom
 
Kolab + Collabora CloudSuite == [GoogleApps | Office365] + Freedom
Open source document editing
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Sanjog Sigdel

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Ubuntu Xenial Upgrade Crash Troubleshoot
While migrating to Ubuntu Xenial 16.04 (development distribution), the distribution upgrade was interrupted. Due to inconsistent network while downliading the packages some were corrupted. Hence it resulted in crash of Xenial. The upgrade was successful but...
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ActiveState

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Maintaining Open Source Technology: Foundations, Corporations and Two Guys Named Steve

The post on Medium by Nadia Eghbal pointing out the precarious situation of open source infrastructure is absolutely spot-on.

The world is dependent on a very small number of people who are taking care of things in their spare time, and we have no reasonable way of rewarding them for it. Even the foundation model--Wikimedia Foundation, Mozilla, etc--is relatively untested. We know corporations can maintain infrastructure over generations (look at the phone system, railways, etc) but we don't know if non-profit foundations supplying critical infrastructure have the same potential for longevity or are unstable against various perturbations, particularly turnover of key personnel


This post on Medium by Nadia Eghbal pointing out the precarious situation of open source infrastructure is absolutely spot-on.
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This problem was one of my arguements agains Communism to a friend of mine in the early 2000s(?).

When asked what reward mechanism would exist, he stated "fame". I pointed out that given a community that behaved as his ideal (the open source community) nobody was willing to do the dirty work behind the scenes... except (apparently) two guys named Steve.

My comments were based on the maintainers of SMTP putting out a call for help.
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Narendra Bagul

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Valentinos Antoniou

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What is best in your opinion, Ι would like to create a nas and plex media  on my old computer to run from Kodi on Apple Tv 4 and raspberry pi model b for movies and Tv Shows.
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Amahi server
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FreeNas
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Nas4Free
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Plex Media Server
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Might want to look at OpenMediaVault as well, it is a NAS distro that I think has a plex plugin.
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