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New Social Features on Gallery

We are excited to announce new social features on the PowerShell Gallery: share buttons and discussion boards.


Share Buttons

We have added share buttons on each item page. You can now share items in the gallery on your social networks.

Jonathan Dieter: From NFS to LizardFS

If you’ve been following me for a while, you’ll know that we started our data servers out using NFS on ext4 mirrored over DRBD, hit some load problems, switched to btrfs, hit load problems again, tried a hacky

Congratulations to the 2016-17 SplunkTrust MVPs!!!

splunktrust_square_logoWelcome back from .conf2016, everyone! It’s been a tremendous good time for all of us at Splunk, and we’re hoping those of you who were able to join us got as much out of it as we did. Among the …

PowerTip: How to escape characters in a string using regular expressions

Summary: Cloud & Datacenter Management MVP, Thomas Rayner, shows how escape characters for use in regex.

Hey, Scripting Guy! Question Is there a way to escape characters in a string automatically for use in regex?

Hey, Scripting Guy! Answer Use the [regex]::escape() method to automatically escape characters …

farhaan: Weechat-Tmux

Recently I have been to pycon-india (will blog about that too!) there Sayan and Vivek introduced me to weechat which is a terminal based IRC client, from the time I saw Sayan’s weechat configuration I was hooked to it.

The …

Ubuntu Insights: Cloud Chatter: October 2016

Welcome to our September edition. This month, We begin with Canonical introducing enterprise support for its own distribution of Kubernetes across public clouds and private infrastructure. Next up we give you a preview of what you can expect from us …

Jonathan Riddell: In Defence for Permissive Licences; KDE licence policy update

In free software there’s a disappointing number of licences which are compatible in some cases and not in others.  We have a licence policy in KDE which exists to try to keep consistency of licences to ensure maximum re-usability of …

Azure Information Protection Documentation Update for September 2016

Hi everybody

Our technical writer, Carol Bailey, is letting you know whats new and hot in the docs for this month.

Reminders: Follow us on Twitter (@TheRMSGuy) and join in our peer community

Jiri Eischmann: Meeting users, lots of users

Every year, I introduce Fedora to new students at Brno Technical University. There are approx. 500 of them and a sizable amount of them then installs Fedora. We also organize a sort of installfest one week after the presentation where …

Splunk Pledge and Education

SCL-Splunk-conf2016-Badge-6_fb-1200x627This September marks my fifth year at Splunk.  Since day one on the job, I have spent a great deal of my waking time thinking about how to scale up educating folks on Splunk, in particular for universities and other …

James Just James: mgmt has a logo

The mgmt config project got a logo! The full commit is here. Thanks to Sarah Jane Cox for creating it.


Happy Hacking,


PS: I might have a few stickers to give out too! Ask me next time you …

Trishna Guha: What is if __name__ == ‘__main__’ ?


Module is simply Python file that has .py extension. Module can contain variables, functions, classes that can be reused.

In order to use module we need to import the module using import command. Check the full list of built-in modules

Fedora Community Blog: Heroes of Fedora (HoF) – F25 Alpha

Heroes of Fedora is back

Heroes of Fedora is back! This time for F25 Alpha.

Hello, and welcome to the Heroes of Fedora: F25 Alpha edition! Heroes of Fedora is written so that the quality of any release can be quickly surveyed by viewing the …

PowerShell regex crash course – Part 1 of 5

Summary: Thomas Rayner, Microsoft Cloud & Datacenter Management MVP, shows the basics of working with regular expressions in PowerShell.

Hello! I’m Thomas Rayner, a proud Cloud & Datacenter Management Microsoft MVP, filling in for The Scripting Guy this week. …

Splunk at CyberSecurity IP Expo London – Securing the digital enterprise

This year you can find Splunkers at the Cyber Security Europe event, part of IP Expo, from 5th-6th October in London. Cyber Security and cyber resilliance is on top of mind for everyone at this conference.


The focus in IT …

Remi Collet: PHP version 5.6.27RC1 and 7.0.12RC1

Release Candidate versions are available in remi-test repository for Fedora and Enterprise Linux (RHEL / CentOS) to allow more people to test them. They are available as Software Collections, for a parallel installation, perfect solution for such tests. For …

Enabling Windows Server 2016 and Hyper-V virtualization based security features on other platforms

This post was authored by Mike Schutz, General Manager, Cloud Platform.

Security is a top-of-mind topic for every organization. This is why Microsoft is investing deeply to provide advanced security across our technology portfolio. With the launch of Windows Server

Ubuntu Podcast from the UK LoCo: S09E31 – Bull In A China Shop – Ubuntu Podcast

It’s Episode Thirty-One of Season-Nine of the Ubuntu Podcast! Mark Johnson, Alan Pope and Martin Wimpress are here again.

Three of us are here, but we’re a women down 🙁

In this week’s show:

PowerShellGet and PackageManagement in PowerShell Gallery and GitHub

As of today, PowerShellGet is an open source project, and both the PowerShellGet and PackageManagement modules are available in the PowerShell Gallery.

Moving PowerShellGet to Open Source

PowerShellGet is now a repo under Of course, the PackageManagement module

Jiri Eischmann: Hello Planet GNOME!

My blog was recently added to Planet GNOME, so I’d like to introduce myself to the new audience:

My name is Jiří Eischmann and I work as an engineering manager responsible for apps in Red Hat. Besides apps such as …

David Mohammed: budgie-remix 16.10 beta 2

The very latest budgie-remix distro based on the firm 16.10 Ubuntu foundations is now available for testers. More details available on the project-page – and download links are available from sourceforge. I have submitted many of the budgie-remix key packages …

Open Source Security Podcast: Episode 6 – Foundational Knowledge of Security

Kurt and Josh discuss interesting news stories

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Show Notes

Russell Bryant: OVS 2.6 and The First Release of OVN

In January of 2015, the Open vSwitch team announced that they planned to start a new project within OVS called OVN (Open Virtual Network).  The timing could not have been better for me as I was looking around for …

Introducing Splunkbase Curated Experience

There are about 1,200 apps in Splunkbase today. Up until now, the typical ways to look for an app on Splunkbase have been to either search for the app, or filter through multiple apps based on several filter criteria. We …

Ubuntu Insights: Meet ORWL. The first open source, physically secure computer


If someone has physical access to your computer with secure documents present, it’s game over! ORWL is designed to solve this as the first open source physically secure computer. ORWL (pronounced or-well) is the combination of the physical security from …

Microsoft publishes compliance guidelines for the German Cloud

Microsoft German CloudMicrosoft is the first to bring the sovereign Cloud to Germany. Built on a data trustee model, the Microsoft Cloud Germany enables customers in the European Union (EU) and European Free Trade Association (EFTA) to store and manage customer data …

Ubuntu Insights: The Making of the Nextcloud Box


The story of the Nextcloud box – a feature in our upcoming webinar – learn more here.

In 2010, Frank Karlitschek founded the ownCloud project to provide an alternative to proprietary cloud services from companies like Google, Dropbox and …

Buttercup Games – Level 2: Buttercup Go data

Buttercup Go is thriving 4,234 people have played the game and lots of data is being generated. In this post I’ll walk through some of the data we are generating.

Screen Shot 2016-09-28 at 6.08.32 PM

The data includes web, OS, load balancer, network, firewall, other …

Microsoft Working on Solutions to Remove On-Premises Exchange Server Requirements

During the Ignite session titled “Run Microsoft Exchange Hybrid for the long haul”, Microsoft has hinted at potential solutions to the problem that many customers face after migrating to Exchange Online.


One of the frustrating discoveries for a lot of …

Ubuntu Insights: I took a circular saw to the Nextcloud box and you won’t believe…

…what happened next!

Ok, ok.. sorry for the click-bait headline – but It is mainly true. I recently got a Nextcloud box , it was pretty easy to set up and here are some great instructions.

But this box …

Ubuntu Insights: Releasing the 4.1.0 Ubuntu SDK IDE

The testing phase took longer than we have expected but finally we are ready. To compensate this delay we have even upgraded the IDE to the most recent 4.1.0 QtCreator.

Based on QtCreator 4.1.0
We have based the new IDE …

Victor Tuson Palau: I took a circular saw to the Nextcloud box and you won’t believe what happened next!

Ok, ok.. sorry for the click-bait headline – but It is mainly true.. I recently got a Nextcloud box , it was pretty easy to set up and here are some great instructions.

But this box is not just …

Fedora Community Blog: Fedora Hubs: Getting started

Fedora Hubs: Getting started

Image courtesy of The Awkward Yeti

Fedora Hubs provides a consistent contributor experience across all Fedora teams and will serve as an “intranet” page for the Fedora Project. There are many different projects in Fedora with different processes and workflows. …

Remi Collet: Switched to HTTPS

Perhaps you already noticed it, I have switched all the sites for a secured browsing using HTTPS.

So, new addresses are:

Fedora Magazine: Node.js 6.x LTS coming to EPEL 7


What is Node.js?

Node.js® is a JavaScript runtime built on Chrome’s V8 JavaScript engine. It uses an event-driven, non-blocking I/O model that makes it lightweight and efficient. Its package ecosystem, npm, is the largest ecosystem of open source libraries in …

Lubuntu Blog: Lubuntu Yakkety Yak 16.10 Beta 2 released!

You may have noticed that Yakkety Yak 16.10 Beta 2 was released earlier this morning, nearly a week late. It was quite a busy week with new kernels popping in at the last minute and causing all sorts of havoc. …

New security, performance and ISV solutions build on Azure HDInsight’s leadership to make Hadoop enterprise-ready for the cloud

This week in New York, thousands of people are at Strata Hadoop+World to explore the technology and business of big data and advanced analytics. As part of our participation in the conference, we are pleased to announce new capabilities in …

Open Source Security Podcast: Episode 5 – OpenSSL: The library we deserve

Kurt and Josh discuss the recent OpenSSL update(s)

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Show Notes

Vivek Anand: PyCon 2016

I come from a place  where everyone worships competitive coding and thus cpp, so the experience of attending my first pycon was much awaited for me.

This year’s PyCon India happened in Delhi and i along with a couple of …

Kees Cook: security things in Linux v4.5

Some things I found interesting in the Linux kernel v4.5:

ptrace fsuid checking

Jann Horn fixed some corner-cases in how ptrace access checks were handled on special files in /proc. For example, prior to this fix, if a setuid …

Introducing AppInspect

Yesterday at .conf2016 we announced the general availability of Splunk AppInspect, the first static and dynamic analysis tool for Splunk apps.  Built and used by the team that administers the Splunk App Certification program to speed the certification process, …

Alessio Treglia: Emptiness and Form


Being_ParmenidesIn the perennial search of the meaning of life and the fundamental laws that govern nature, man was always faced – for millennia – with the mysterious concept of emptiness. What is emptiness? Does it really exist in nature? …

Kubuntu: Kubuntu 16.10 Beta 2 is here! Test Test Test! And then more Testing


October 13 is coming up fast and we need testers for this second Beta. Betas are for regular users who want to help us test by finding issues, reporting them or helping fix them. Installing on hardware or in a …

Siddhesh Poyarekar: GNU Tools Cauldron 2016, ARMv8 multi-arch edition

Worst planned trip ever.

That is what my England trip for the GNU Tools Cauldron was, but that only seemed to add to the pleasure of meeting friends again. I flewin to Heathrow and started on an almost long train …

Buttercup Games – Level 1: The Premise

If you saw the .conf2016 keynote you might be wondering “What is Buttercup Games? Is it for real?” Well, yes and no. It’s not a real company, but it is a real game.

Screen Shot 2016-09-28 at 12.43.49 PMSo why Buttercup Games? Years ago a …

Fedora Magazine: Use shortcuts for faster web browsing

The web browser has become the most important software on most users’ computers. You probably use your web browser for entertainment, work, learning, and other purposes. Therefore you can make your life easier by using it efficiently.

Here are some …

Windows Server 2016 Hyper-V large-scale VM performance for in-memory transaction processing

This post was authored by Liang Yang, Principal Performance Engineer on the Hyper-V team and Jos de Bruijn, Senior Program Manager on the SQL Server team.

With Windows Server 2016, Microsoft has significantly bumped up the Hyper-V Virtual Machine (VM) …

Gerard Braad: Giving to your favourite content creators

It is hard to remember the time I really sat down in front of the TV, waiting
for a programme to show up, and really enjoy it. Mostly it was accompanied with
plenty of interruptions. It might have been Star …

Gerard Braad: Run an example application on OpenShift

In a previous article I have written
on how easy it is to stand up a test environment of OpenShift. In this article
I will describe an example application from the sourcecode to the created image
and how this gets …

Sam Hewitt: 10 Things To Do After Installing Linux

Welcome to Linux!

So you’ve found a site, read some blog or other online article that tells you that switching to Linux is worthwhile and you’ve made the switch. So of course you’re now asking yourself “what are the …

Jono Bacon: Bacon Roundup – 28th September 2016

Here we are with another roundup of things I have been working on, complete with a juicy foray into the archives too. So, sit back, grab a cup of something delicious, and enjoy.

To gamify or not to gamify community

Adaptive Response: Beyond Analytics-Driven Security


Now that .conf2016 is in full swing, I’m excited to discuss one of my favorite topics – the Splunk-led Adaptive Response Initiative, which we first announced at the RSA Conference earlier this year. We made a big splash with

The Fridge: Yakkety Yak Final Beta Released

The Ubuntu team is pleased to announce the final beta release of Ubuntu 16.10 Desktop, Server, and Cloud products.

Codenamed “Yakkety Yak”, 16.10 continues Ubuntu’s proud tradition of integrating the latest and greatest open source technologies into a high-quality, easy-to-use …

Ubuntu Insights: Learning to snap with codelabs

I always felt that learning something new, especially new concepts and workflows usually works best if you see it first-hand and get to do things yourself. If you experience directly how your actions influence the system you’re working with, the …

Fedora Community Blog: Test Day: Internationalization (i18n) features of Fedora 25

Internationalization Test Day

Test Day: Internationalization (i18n) features of Fedora 25

We do have a badge for participating!

We have new, interesting i18n features (changes) introduced in Fedora 25. Those are as follows:

  • Emoji typing – In the computing world, it’s rare to have person not know about

Part 1 – Install Bash on Windows 10, OMI CIM Server, and DSC for Linux

Summary: Learn about the Windows Subsystem for Linux that runs on top of Windows 10.

Today we have a guest article written by Stefan Roth. Take it away Stefan …

Hi, my name is Stefan Roth, and I am …

Charles-Antoine Couret: Participez à la journée de test de Fedora 25 sur l’internationnalisation !

Aujourd’hui, ce mercredi 28 septembre, est une journée dédiée à un test
précis : l’internationalisation de Fedora 25. En effet, durant le cycle de
développement, l’équipe d’assurance qualité dédie quelques journées autours de
certains composants afin de remonter un maximum …

Installing Exchange Server 2016 on Windows Server 2016

Exchange Server 2016 CU3 and later supports installation on Windows Server 2016. The installation process for Exchange on Windows Server 2016 is much the same as installing previous builds of Exchange 2016 on Windows Server:

  1. Install the Exchange 2016 pre-requisites

Ignite Recap: My Session on “Protect & Manage Your Digital Transformation”

You can now watch my entire Ignite session right here and, for reference, included below is an in-depth summary of everything I talked about on stage.

For most of us, the recent Zero Day vulnerabilities in iOS, as …

Zamir SUN: Report for Software Freedom Day 2016 – China Academy Science

So it’s already SFD time this year. How time flies. This year I am asked to present SFD in China Academy Science by the company, so unlucky I am not proper to deliver a Fedora talk then. I bring some …

PowerShell Security at DerbyCon

Many people have commented over the past couple of years that they’d love to see a PowerShell Security conference. Well, that conference arrived: DerbyCon 2016.

DerbyCon is an incredible security conference, held in Louisville Kentucky each year. Despite the …

Elizabeth K. Joseph: Yak Coloring

A couple cycles ago I asked Ronnie Tucker, artist artist and creator of Full Circle Magazine, to create a werewolf coloring page for the 15.10 release (details here). He then created another for Xenial Xerus, see here

Why I’m Now Using VirtualBox with Vagrant

One of the things I often tell people is, “Use the right tool for the job.” As technologists, we shouldn’t get so locked onto any one technology or product that we can’t see when other technologies or products might solve …

Kees Cook: security things in Linux v4.4

Continuing with interesting security things in the Linux kernel, here’s v4.4. As before, if you think there’s stuff I missed that should get some attention, please let me know.


The CONFIG_STRICT_DEVMEM setting that has existed for a long time …

Bodhi: Bodhi 2.2.3 released to fix large updates

This release fixes #951, which prevented updates with large numbers of packages to be viewable in web browsers.…

Update 1609 for Configuration Manager Technical Preview – Available Now!

Hello everyone! Update 1609 for System Center Configuration Manager Technical Preview has been released. Technical Preview releases give you an opportunity to try out new Configuration Manager features in a test environment before they are made generally available. This month’s …

Adam Williamson: Fedora 25 i18n Test Day tomorrow (2016-09-28)!

Hi folks! It’s Fedora Test Day time once again! Tomorrow, 2016-09-28, will be the Fedora 25 i18n Test Day. i18n is internationalization; i18n and its buddy localization (l10n) (together known as ‘g11n’, for ‘globalization’) cover all the work needed …

Fedora Badges: New badge: Modularity WG Member !

Modularity WG MemberYou’re a member of the Modularity Working Group! …

Sven Vermeulen: We do not ship SELinux sandbox

A few days ago a vulnerability was reported in the SELinux sandbox user space
utility. The utility is part of the policycoreutils package. Luckily, Gentoo’s
sys-apps/policycoreutils package is not vulnerable – and not because we were
clairvoyant about this issue, …

Michael Hall: Desktop app snap in 300KB

KDE Neon developer Harold Sitter was able to package up the KDE calculator, kcalc, in a snap that weighs in at a mere 320KB! How did he do it?

KCalc and KDE Frameworks snaps

Like most applications in KDE, kcalc depends on the KDE Frameworks, …

Microsoft Virtual Machine Manager and support for .NET Framework

Today we’re happy to announce that both .NET Framework 4.6.1 and .NET Framework 4.6.2 are officially supported on servers running Microsoft System Center 2012 R2 Virtual Machine Manager (VMM 2012 R2). We have also validated Windows Management Framework 5.0 (WMF …

This blog has been hacked by @vS0ciety

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Gerard Braad: Setup Docker storage to use LVM thin pool

If you install Docker on a new Fedora or CentOS system, it is very likely that
you use devicemapper. Especially in the case of Fedora cloud images, no special
configuration is done to the image. While Atomic images come pre-configured …

Support Tip: Avoiding sync problems when WSUS computers share SUSDB

Hi everyone, my name is Bindusar Kushwaha and I’m a Support Escalation Engineer on the Configuration Manager team. I ran into an interesting case the other day so I thought I’d take a minute to share it with you in …

Daniel Holbach: Writing snaps together

Working with a new technology often brings you to see things in a new light and re-think previous habits. Especially when it challenges the status quo and expectations of years of traditional use. Snaps are no exception in this regard. …

Ubuntu Insights: Canonical Expands Enterprise Container Portfolio


Canonical Expands Enterprise Container Portfolio with Commercially Supported Distribution of Kubernetes

  • Canonical’s distribution of Kubernetes is supported, enterprise Kubernetes
  • Support is available on public clouds, private infrastructure, bare metal
  • Elastic solution with built in analytics for scale-out ‘process container’ loads

Can’t-miss OMS Operations Management Suite Sessions at Ignite

This post was authored by the Enterprise Cloud Management Team.

If you are attending Ignite or watching the event live and are interested in maximizing the management of your on-premises, cloud, or hybrid environments, you should strongly consider attending the …

The Fabric That’s Powering Your Digital Transformation

SCL-Splunk-conf2016-Badge-1_fb-1200x627It’s finally here! Splunk .conf2016. This is the most exciting week on the Splunk calendar. An opportunity for us to hear all the great things our customers and partners are up to. We’re always amazed to see the endless …

Azure Media OCR Simplified Output

Not sure what Azure Media OCR is? Check out the introductory blog post on Azure Media OCR.

Thanks to all of the customers and partners who have been part of the Azure Media OCR public and private previews. We have …

Ubuntu Insights: First setup of my Nextcloud Box


Article cited below by Hagen Cocoate and source here

Last Saturday at Nextcloud conference in Berlin the Nextcloud Box was announced. Frank said it’s a part of his promise/desire to make the world a better place by bringing your data …

Ubuntu App Developer Blog: Learning to snap with codelabs

The background

I always felt that learning something new, especially new concepts and workflows usually works best if you see it first-hand and get to do things yourself. If you experience directly how your actions influence the system you’re working …

Introducing Splunk Enterprise 6.5 – Machine Learning and Simplified Data Analysis Open New Vistas

SCL-Splunk-conf2016-Badge-2_fb-1200x627Want to put the power of machine learning (ML) to work to help optimize IT, security or biz ops? Wish it were easier for more users in your org to use Splunk for data analysis? Or maybe you’d be interested …

Stepping Up Our Commitment with the Splunk Pledge

SCL-Splunk-conf2016-Badge-6_fb-1200x627From our very early days, Splunk has had an active culture of giving. Whether volunteering in schools, mentoring young people, holding bowl-a-thons, or using data to actually save lives, it’s always been clear that we care about our communities and …

What’s new in Splunk IT Service Intelligence

This time last year, at .conf2015, we introduced Splunk IT Service Intelligence (ITSI) to the world and it’s been a fantastic first year – customers all over the world have chosen ITSI to transform service monitoring and IT operations through …

Use Analytics-Driven Decision Making and Automation to Improve Threat Detection and Operational Efficiency

SCL-Splunk-conf2016-Badge-4_fb-1200x627Today, we announced major advancements to our security analytics portfolio with a new version of Splunk Enterprise Security 4.5 (ES), which introduces significant innovations to Splunk ES.

Enterprise Security (ES) 4.5 includes Adaptive Response, which helps extend security architecture beyond …

Introducing Splunk UBA 3.0

SCL-Splunk-conf2016-Badge-5-v2_fb-1200x627Splunk User Behavior Analytics 3.0 (UBA) introduces significant advancements to Splunk UBA and drives Splunk’s Security Analytics to the next level. This is evident with Gartner placing Splunk in the leader’s quadrant and positioning Splunk furthest overall for completeness of …

Ubuntu Insights: Snap interview with Rocket.Chat


Snap packaging has been gaining a lot of momentum recently, from desktop apps to cloud services, and everything in between. To learn more about the people and projects that are building snaps Michael Hall, Ubuntu Community Manager, reached out …

Resource health exposes historical health

Today we are pleased to announce the public preview of the Azure Resource health history blade, a new feature that exposes up to 14 days of historical health information.

Up until now, Resource health has helped customers reduce the time …

Review of CiraSync for Synchronizing Contact Lists to Mobile Devices

I often see questions posted in forums, or emailed to me, about synchronizing contact lists to smartphones. The requirement is simple – businesses would like a way to create lists of key contacts, and have them synchronized to employee mobile …

Protect your data at the front door with conditional access from Enterprise Mobility + Security

With smartphones, tablets, laptops, and PCs, people have an increasing number of options for getting and staying connected at any time. Users expect the freedom to access their corporate email and documents from anywhere on any deviceand they expect the …

How to make a host win the HA Master Election

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On the community forums someone asked if it was possible to influence the HA/FDM master election. (For those who don’t know, FDM is the engineering name for vSphere HA.) Let me state first that I wouldn’t

Paul Mellors [MooDoo]: Well they can try!

It’s yet another day and yes another day where I relentlessly receive email spam.  9 out of 10 times my outlook account is catching this spam, but do you really know what you’re looking at?  Today I received this email.  …

Announcing the second technical preview of Microsoft Azure Stack

This post was authored by the Azure Stack Team.

We're excited to share that the second technical preview of Microsoft Azure Stack (TP2) is now available to explore, learn about, and prepare for the power of Azure Services in your …

Dave Airlie: radv: status update or is Talos Principle rendering yet?

The answer is YES!!

I fixed the last bug with instance rendering and Talos renders great on radv now.

Also with the semi-interesting branch vkQuake also renders, there are some upstream bugs that needs fixing in spirv/nir that I’m awaiting …

Emerson Santos: Alterar ordem de boot no grub2 – Fedora 24

Na empresa onde presto serviço tem um notebook “comunitário”, vários gerentes utilizam ele.

Como era de se esperar, o sistema desse notebook é o Windows 10, mas como agora eu sou responsável pelo setor de TI, coloquei o Fedora 24 …

The Fridge: (Re)Welcome New Membership Board Members!

The Community Council apologizes for the long wait to decide on which nominates will be included in this two (2) year round, but here they are:

mythcat: Fedora 25 Alpha and processing.

About processing you can find more from processing website.
Processing is a flexible software sketchbook and a language for learning how to code within the context of the visual arts. Since 2001, Processing has promoted software literacy within the visual

The Fridge: Ubuntu Weekly Newsletter Issue 482

Welcome to the Ubuntu Weekly Newsletter. This is issue #482 for the weeks of September 12 – 25, 2016, and the full version is available here.

In this issue we cover:

Kees Cook: security things in Linux v4.3

When I gave my State of the Kernel Self-Protection Project presentation at the 2016 Linux Security Summit, I included some slides covering some quick bullet points on things I found of interest in recent Linux kernel releases. Since there …

Microsoft FastTrack for EMS announces website updates, new resources, and more

This post was authored by Adam Bresson, Senior Product Marketing Manager, Enterprise Mobility + Security.

Microsoft FastTrack for Enterprise Mobility + Security (EMS) helps you deploy more quickly and is included with the purchase of EMS or EMS services. …