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Kubuntu General News: KDE PIM update now available for Zesty Zapus 17.04

As explained in our call for testing post,  we missed by a whisker getting updated PIM 16.12.3 (kontact, kmail, akregator, kgpg etc..) into Zesty for release day, and we believe it is important that our users have access to …

James Just James: Osmocom femtocell un-boxing

LaForge and the fine folks at Osmocom (Sysmocom) recently had a femtocell giveaway. I didn’t expect to have much time to hack on things, but they were still quite generous in sending me one. It arrived, and …

Oliver Grawert: Use UbuntuCore to create a WiFi AP with nextcloud support on a Pi3 in minutes.

UbuntuCore is the rolling release of Ubuntu.
It is self updating and completely built out of snap packages (including kernel, boot loader and root file system) which provides transactional updates, manual and automatic roll-back and a high level of system …

Q2 2017 SkypeUG Meetings

The next round of quarterly Skype for Business Users Group meetings has been announced and scheduled starting this month.


Latest News

Please welcome our newest board member, Josh Blalock.

Event Details

This quarter’s events will be conducted in our familiar …

Jonathan Dieter: Bare-metal Kubernetes

A few years ago, I attended my first Linux conference, DevConf 2014. Many of the speakers talked about containers and how wonderful they were, and my interest was piqued, but I’ve never really had an opportunity to use them.…

Josh Bressers: Security fail is people

The other day I ran across someone trying to keep their locker secured by using a combination lock. As you can see in the picture, the lock is on the handle of the locker, not on the loop that actually …

Sebastian Pipping: Fwd: x11-misc/safeeyes: Protect your eyes from eye strain / asthenopia

Hey there!

If you are not subscribed to the new Gentoo packages feed, let me quickly introduce you to SafeEyes that I started using on a daily basis. It has found it’s way into Gentoo as x11-misc/safeeyes now. This …

Ben Williams: F25-20170428 updated Lives Released

We the Fedora Respins-SIG are happy to announce new F25-20170428 Updated Lives. (with Kernel 4.10.12).  This round also has an additional Updated Security Lab Spin in supportof the upcoming  LFNW 2017

With F25 we are now using Livemedia-creator to build

David Tomaschik: DEF CON Quals 2017: beatmeonthedl

I played in the DEF CON quals CTF this weekend, and happened to find the
challenge beatmeonthedl particularly interesting, even if it was in the
“Baby’s First” category. (DC Quals Baby’s Firsts aren’t as easy as one might

So …

Matthew Garrett: Looking at the Netgear Arlo home IP camera

Another in the series of looking at the security of IoT type objects. This time I’ve gone for the Arlo network connected cameras produced by Netgear, specifically the stock Arlo base system with a single camera. The base station is …

Robbie Harwood: Bodhi And Quality Assurance

Before one uses an item – be it a car, a piece of silicon, or even software –
it is desirable to have assurances as to its quality. What assurances these
are can vary depending on the part and use, …

DNF: New DNF Project Leader

I’d like to announce new team leader of DNF project as I decided to accept new challenges in a different environment.

From May 1 Daniel Mach will be officially new team lead of the project. He came from release engineer …

Fedora Magazine: Fedora Atomic Host available in Digital Ocean

The latest release of Fedora Atomic Host was announced earlier this week, and for the first time is also available on Digital Ocean. The Project Atomic blog has more details, including how to set up a new instance …

Mo Morsi: A New Site, A Fresh Start

I started this blog 10 years ago. How the world has changed… (and yet is still the same…)

Recently I noticed my site was unaccessible. No 404, no error response, just a blank page. After a brief moment of panic, …

Adam Williamson: Automated *non*-critical path update functional testing for Fedora

Yep, this here is a sequel to my most recent best-seller, Automated critical path update functional testing for Fedora 🙂

When I first thought about running update tests with openQA, I wasn’t actually thinking about testing critical path packages. I just …

Accessing public folder favorites


Seeing that Outlook desktop and Outlook on the web (or OWA, depending on version) do not support the same types of public folders (or folders added to Favorites) we wanted to talk about what is expected behavior when public …

Subhendu Ghosh: Glow LEDs with Google Home

Recently I tried experimenting with Google Home, trying to voice control LEDs. Majorly the whole thing can be split into two parts,

  1. A custom command that makes a web POST request to fetch the result.
  2. A simple Flask app that

Jono Bacon: Anonymous Open Source Projects

Today Solomon asked an interesting question on Twitter:

He made it clear he is not advocating for this view, just a thought experiment. I had, well, a few thoughts on this.

I tend to think of open source …

Ubuntu Insights: Cloud Chatter: April 2017

Welcome to our April edition. We begin with our recent release of Ubuntu 17.04 supporting the widest range of container capabilities. We have a selection of Kubernetes webinars for you to watch, or get up to speed with some indepth …

Azure Information Protection Documentation Update for April 2017

Hi everybody

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

Reminders: Follow us on Twitter (@DanPlastina) and join in our peer community atwww.yammer.com/AskIPTeam.

DSC Configuration Sharing

The community around DSC Resources has been inspiring. The PowerShell Gallery now includes more than 2000 modules/scripts. 181 of those are modules focused on DSC, that collectively include 766 DSC Resources.

With this many building blocks available, it has …

Launchpad News: Launchpad news, November 2015 – April 2017

Well, it’s been a while!  Since we last posted a general update, the Launchpad team has become part of Canonical’s Online Services department, so some of our efforts have gone into other projects.  There’s still plenty happening with Launchpad, though, …

Simos Xenitellis: A closer look at the new ARM64 Scaleway servers and LXD

Scaleway has been offering ARM (armv7) cloud servers (baremetal) since 2015 and now they have ARM64 (armv8, from Cavium) cloud servers (through KVM, not baremetal).

But can you run LXD on them? Let’s see.

Launching a new server

We …

Remi Collet: PHP version 7.0.19RC1 and 7.1.5RC1

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 …

What’s New in Office 365 for April 2017

Office 365 for IT Pros, 3rd Edition is continually updated with new information, changes and corrections. Customers who bought the book from this website can download the updated files from their purchase history. Updates applied to the Amazon Kindle

Richard W.M. Jones: How many disks can you add to a (virtual) Linux machine? (contd)

In my last post I tried to see what happens when you add thousands of virtio-scsi disks to a Linux virtual machine. Above 10,000 disks the qemu command line grew too long for the host to handle. Several people pointed …

Fedora Magazine: Fedora 26 will look awesome with supplemental wallpapers

The Fedora Design team works with the community for each release, on a set of 16 additional wallpapers. Users can install and use these to supplement the standard wallpaper. The Fedora Design team encourages submissions from the whole community. Fedora …

Costales: Ubuntu y otras hierbas S01E01 [videopodcast] [spanish]

En mi primer videopodcast el tema tiene miga: Ubuntu mata Unity y el móvil.

Enlace al videopodcast. Enlace al podcast (sólo audio).…

Laura Abbott: Boring rpm tricks

Several of my tasks over the past month or so have involved working with the
monstrosity that is the kernel.spec file. The kernel.spec file is about
2000 lines of functions and macros to produce everything kernel related.
There have been …

Xubuntu: Xubuntu Quality Assurance team is spreading out

Up until the start of the 17.04 cycle the Xubuntu Quality Assurance team had been led by one person. During the last cycle, a break was needed by that person. The recent addition of Dave Pearson to the team meant …

Three reasons to watch my free webinar on what’s new in Hyper-V

This post was authored by Jeff Woolsey, Principal PM Manager, Windows Server.

In case you missed my recent webinar, Software-define your infrastructure with Hyper-V using Windows Server 2016, dont worry, you can still watch it for free!

  • Solutions, not features.

New Enhancements to the Azure AD Pass Through Authentication Preview are live!

Howdy folks,

If you’re a follower of this blog you’ll probably recall that we announced pass-through authentication and seamless single sign-on in Azure AD at the end of last year. These features make it easy and fast to deliver …

Ubuntu Insights: ROS production: obtaining confined access to the Turtlebot [4/5]

This is a guest post by Kyle Fazzari, Software Engineer. If you would like to contribute a guest post, please contact ubuntu-devices@canonical.com

This is the fourth blog post in this series about ROS production. In the previous post we …

Ubuntu Podcast from the UK LoCo: S10E08 – Rotten Hospitable Statement – Ubuntu Podcast

We discuss what is going on over at System76 with Emma Marshall, help protect your bits with some Virtual Private Love and go over your feedback.

It’s Season Ten Episode Eight of the Ubuntu Podcast! Alan Pope, Mark Johnson

Brian “bex” Exelbierd: FCAIC in the House, part III

Hello, it’s me.

Ok, not that “Hello”. I’ve been writing quarterly updates on what I’m working on to help the Fedora Community. If you’re new to the party, welcome. I have the privilege of being the current Fedora Community Action

Fedora Magazine: FCAIC in the House, part III

Hello, it’s me.

Ok, not that “Hello”. I’ve been writing quarterly updates on what I’m working on to help the Fedora Community. If you’re new to the party, welcome. I have the privilege of being the current Fedora Community Action

Daniel Lara: dnfdragora

O dnfdragora é um frontend para o DNF , onde é baseado no rpmdragora para Mageia

Sua instalação é muito simples

$ sudo dnf install dnfdragora dnfdragora-gui -y


# dnf install dnfdragora dnfdragora-gui -y

Pronto já esta instalado e …

First Steps: Configuring Office 365 Groups Settings

Groups are a collaboration feature of Office 365 that allow teams to work together using a shared mailbox, calendar, SharePoint file repository, and OneNote notebook. Office 365 Groups are also a membership service for other applications such as Planner, …

Azure Management Libraries for .NET generally available now

Today, we are announcing the general availability of the new, simplified Azure management libraries for .NET for Compute, Storage, SQL Database, Networking, Resource Manager, Key Vault, Redis, CDN and Batch services.
Azure Management Libraries for .NET are open source …

Peter Czanik: Endpoint visibility and monitoring using osquery and syslog-ng

Using osquery you can ask questions about your machine using an SQL-like language. For example, you can query running processes, logged in users, installed packages and syslog messages as well. You can make queries on demand, and also schedule them …

Azure IoT Gateway SDK packages now available

Back in November, we announced the general availability of the Azure IoT Gateway SDK. We’ve already heard from a number of customers who are leveraging the open source Gateway SDK to connect their legacy devices or run analytics at …

David Tomaschik: Security Issues in Alerton Webtalk (Auth Bypass, RCE)


Vulnerabilities were identified in the Alerton Webtalk Software supplied by
Alerton. This software is used for the management of building automation
systems. These were discovered during a black box assessment and therefore
vulnerability list should not be considered …

[Script Of Apr. 27] Runnable sample to introduce Typescript 2.1 features


Script Download:
The script is available for download from https://gallery.technet.microsoft.com/Runnable-sample-to-fa53af59.

The sample code demonstrates a runnable sample to introduce Typescript 2.1 features.

You can find more All-In-One Script Framework script samples at http://aka.ms/onescriptingallery

Windows Server 2016 docs are now on docs.microsoft.com

We’re excited to announce the availability of the IT pro technical documentation for Windows Server 2016 and Windows 10 and Windows 10 Mobile on docs.microsoft.com.


Why move to docs.microsoft.com?

You’ll immediately notice our crisp new responsive design that looks …

Configuration Manager Client Messaging SDK available on NuGet

The Configuration Manager team is pleased to announce that the Configuration Manager Client Messaging SDK version 5.1706.1034.1000 is now available as a package on NuGet.org. For more information please see the following:

Configuration Manager Client Messaging SDK available on NuGet.org

Configuration Manager Client Messaging SDK available on NuGet.org

The Configuration Manager team is pleased to announce that the Configuration Manager Client Messaging SDK version 5.1706.1034.1000 is now available as a package on NuGet.org. Previously the Client Messaging libraries were released with the System Center 2012 R2 Configuration Manager …

Sebastian Dröge: RTP for broadcasting-over-IP use-cases in GStreamer: PTP, RFC7273 for Ravenna, AES67, SMPTE 2022 & SMPTE 2110

It’s that time of year again where the broadcast industry gathers at NAB show, which seems like a good time to me to revisit some frequently asked questions about GStreamer‘s support for various broadcasting related standards

Even more …

Partner with Enterprise Mobility + Security to drive your customers’ digital transformation

Microsofts Enterprise Mobility + Security (EMS) is the only comprehensive mobility solution designed to help manage and protect users, devices, apps, and data in a mobile-first, cloud-first world. EMS is one of Microsofts fastest growing products our customer count has …

Performance Tuning Guidelines for Windows Server 2016

Today, we are pleased to announce the availability of the Windows Server 2016 Performance Tuning Guide. This updated guide provides a comprehensive collection of technical articles with practical guidance for IT professionals and server administrators responsible for monitoring and …

Azure Information Protection unified administration now in Preview

Hi everyone, and welcome to an important post for those of you who work with the configuration of Azure Information Protection (AIP). As you may already be familiar with, for historical reasons we are currently spanned across both the classic

Harald Sitter: KDE neon CMake Package Validation

In KDE neon‘s constant quest of raising the quality bar of KDE software and neon itself, I added a new tool to our set of quality assurance tools. CMake Package QA is meant to ensure that find_package() calls on …

Backup and restore your Azure Analysis Services models

This month we announced the general availability of Azure Analysis Services, which evolved from the proven analytics engine in Microsoft SQL Server Analysis Services. The success of any modern data-driven organization requires that information is available at the fingertips of …

Alan Pope: April Snapcraft Docs Day

Continuing Snapcraft Docs Days

In March we had our first Snapcraft Docs Day on the last Friday of the month. It was fun and successful so we’re doing it again this Friday, 28th April 2017. Join us in #snapcraft on

Fedora Magazine: Keybase on Fedora: crypto for everyone

Keybase is a service that makes a security web of trust usable for everyone. It uses encryption to provide secure communications — including chat, file sharing, and publishing documents. But it extends encryption into a social context, like Github or …

Fedora Badges: New badge: Red Hat Summit 2017 !

Red Hat Summit 2017You visited Fedora at the Red Hat Summit in 2017! …

[Script Of Apr. 26] How to find out which process is locking a file or folder in Windows by PowerShell


Script Download:
The script is available for download from https://gallery.technet.microsoft.com/How-to-find-out-which-c0d4e60e.

The sample code demonstrates how to find out which process is locking a file or folder in Windows by PowerShell.

You can find more All-In-One Script Framework …

Mailbox Permissions vs Mailbox Folder Permissions

When you are granting access for one user to access another mailbox, whether that be another user’s mailbox or a shared mailbox, you can configure the access using either mailbox permissions or mailbox folder permissions. The two approaches are suitable …

Demonstrating our Growth Mindset & Learning from our Customers: We’re reverting the branding logic on Azure AD login pages

Howdy folks,

Back on April 7th we announced changes to the branding logic for Azure AD login pages. In the 18 days since then we’ve learned a ton from you, our customers, including the fact that many …

Fabio Alessandro Locati: libVirt on Hetzner

After many years of using Hetzner as a server provider, and having rented from them multiple servers for many reasons, I decided to rent a server with 128Gb of RAM to do some tests with many (virtualized) machines on top …

Big News About the Full Stack Journey Podcast

If you’ve been following the Full Stack Journey podcast, you know that the podcast has been silent for a few months. Some of that was due to some adverse situations in life (it happens to all of us from time …

KB: Configuration Manager clients reinstall every five hours because of a recurring retry task and may cause an inadvertent client upgrade

A Microsoft System Center 2012 or System Center 2012 R2 client installation (CCMSetup) initially fails and causes a client retry task to be registered in Windows Task Scheduler. After the client installation succeeds, the retry task is not deleted as expected. Therefore, the clients …

Máirín Duffy: Flock Cod Registration Form Design

Flock logo (plain)

We’re prepping the regcfp site for Flock to open up registrations and CFP for Flock. As a number of changes are underfoot for this year’s Flock compared to previous Flocks, we’ve needed to change up the registration form accordingly. (For …

Eike Rathke: LibreOffice in The Matrix [m]

If you use the Riot App (or any other) to connect to the Matrix and communicate, there’s now a LibreOffice room that is bridged with the #libreoffice IRC channel on freenode.net. IRC channels are bridged to the matrix already …

Till Maas: Encrypt all the Fedora Project


It seems that thanks to the hard work of the Fedora Infrastructure team we can soon enforce HTTPS for all of the Fedora Project – at least of all hosts within *.fedoraproject.org. To make sure that this does not awfully …

Richard Hughes: Reverse engineering ComputerHardwareIds.exe with winedbg

In an ideal world vendors could use the same GUID value for hardware matching in Windows and Linux firmware. When installing firmware and drivers in Windows vendors can always use some generated HardwareID GUIDs that match useful things like the …

Luca Ciavatta: Brightness control doesn’t work in i3wm

I’m very pleased with i3wm, but day by day I need to adjust something. At this time, on my new laptop the brightness hardware keys don’t work as expected.

The issue on the Lenovo Thinkpad with Fedora 26 is …

Richard W.M. Jones: How many disks can you add to a (virtual) Linux machine?

> ls -l /dev/sd
Display all 4001 possibilities? (y or n)

Just how many virtual hard drives is it practical to add to a Linux VM using qemu/KVM? I tried to find out. I started by modifying virt-rescue to raise …

Mohan: Fedora Installation Workshop in Ranchi

Fedora Installation workshop was organized at Ranchi, Jharkhand, India on 23 April, 2017 to introduce Fedora OS to local students and computer users. The workshop was conducted by Mohan Prakash and was attended mostly by undergraduate students. Fedora DVDs and …

Christian F.K. Schaller: Red Hat job opening for Linux Graphics stack developer

So we have a new job available for someone interested in joing our team and work on improving the Linux graphics stack. The focus of this job will be on GPU compute related work, but you should also expect to …

Canonical Design Team: Designing in the open

Over the past year, a change has emerged in the design team here at Canonical: we’ve started designing our websites and apps in public GitHub repositories, and therefore sharing the entire design process with the world.

One of the main …

Red Hat Security: Security Scoring and Grading for Containers and Images

We have just rolled out an update to the interface of the Red Hat Container Catalog that helps provide the answer to the question of whether or not a particular container image we provide can be considered secure. In the

Fernando Espinoza: Continúa trabajando con Linux. Sin Linux no tendrás futuro: Estudio.

por Crespo Estamos en el año 2014, viviendo en una época donde los avances tecnológicos aumentan de manera muy rápida,  sobre todo gracias a varias empresas que han motivado el desarrollo de diversos tipos de tecnología, ya sea de forma …

Azure Billing Reader role and preview of Invoice API

Today, we are pleased to announce the addition of a new in-built role, Billing Reader role. The new Billing Reader role allows you to delegate access to just billing information with no access to services such as VMs and storage …

Daniel Pocock: FSFE Fellowship Representative, OSCAL’17 and other upcoming events

The Free Software Foundation of Europe has just completed the process of electing a new fellowship representative to the General Assembly (GA) and I was surprised to find that out of seven very deserving candidates, members of the fellowship have

Open Source Security Podcast: Episode 44 – Bug Bounties vs Pen Testing

Josh and Kurt discuss Lego, bug bounties, pen testing, thought leadership, cars, lemons, entropy, and CVE.

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Show Notes

Where’s the HA enforce VM-Host and Affinity rules option in vSphere 6.5?

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Last week on (VMware internal) Socialcast someone asked where the UI option is in vSphere 6.5 that allows you to enable the ability for vSphere HA to respect VM-Host Affinity and VM-VM Anti Affinity rules. In …

Azure management libraries for Java generally available now

Today, we are announcing the general availability of the new, simplified Azure management libraries for Java for Compute, Storage, SQL Database, Networking, Resource Manager, Key Vault, Redis, CDN and Batch services.

Azure Management Libraries for Java are open source – …

Remi Collet: QElectroTech on the road to 0.6

RPM of QElectroTech version 0.6rc1 (release candidate), an application to design electric diagrams, are available in remi-test for Fedora and Enterprise Linux 7.

While the version 0.5, available in the official repository is already 16 months old, …

Now announcing: Azure Media Player v2.0

Since its release at NAB two years ago, Azure media Player has grown significantly in robustness and in richness of features. We have been working hard addressing feedback from our fantastic customers (that’s you!) to enhance and improve a player …

Monetizing your content with Azure Media Player

Video Advertisements- Tell me more!

As the playback of online video content increases in popularity, video publishers are looking to monetize their content via instream video advertisements. The growth of online video has been accompanied by a steep rise in …

Microsoft Azure at NAB Show 2017

Cloud computing is changing the world and is powering the digital transformation in the media industry. We are thrilled to see the significant momentum with which businesses large and small are selecting Azure for their digital transformation needs whether it …

Networking to and within the Azure Cloud, part 3

This is the third blog post of a three-part series. Before you begin reading, I would suggest reading the first two posts Networking to and within the Azure Cloud, part 1 and Networking to and within the Azure Cloud, part

See what’s next for Azure at Microsoft Ignite

Get all your Azure questions answered by the experts who build it. This year’s schedule is still in progress, but here are some highlights from last year’s conference:

  • Deliver more features faster with a modern development and test solution

This …

Jose A Reyes H: FLISoL 2017 | Panamá

El pasado sabado 22 de abril se realizo el FLISoL en la Universidad Tecnológica de Panamá. Con un total de 150 asistentes durante todo el evento, entre estudiantes y profesionales de varias provincias del país: Panamá Oeste, Colón y Panamá. …

The Fridge: Ubuntu Weekly Newsletter Issue 505

Welcome to the Ubuntu Weekly Newsletter. This is issue #505 for the weeks April 10 – 23, 2017, and the full version is available here.

In this issue we cover:

Eduardo Villagrán Morales: Visualizar JSON en Firefox

Hace un tiempo que Firefox me cargaba las respuestas JSON hechas vía URL en un modo amigable:

Por algún motivo, luego de una actualización, dejó de hacerlo y me mostraba las respuestas JSON en forma plana:

Para volver a activar …

Adam Williamson: Automated critical path update functional testing for Fedora

A little thing I’ve been working on lately finally went live today…this thing:

openQA test results in Bodhi

Several weeks ago now, I adapted Fedora’s openQA to run an appropriate subset of tests on critical path updates. We originally set up our openQA deployment strictly …

Revisiting CentOS Atomic Host

A couple years ago, I wrote an article about how I was choosing CoreOS over Project Atomic based on some initial testing with CentOS Atomic Host builds. As it turns out—and as I pointed out in the “Update” section of …

Windows 10 Memory Protection Features

Hello, Paul Bergson back again with a discussion on the newly built-in memory protection features provided in Windows 10 and Windows Server 2016. I refer to Win10 throughout the document, but this is just for brevity sake.

For a complete

Zbigniew Jędrzejewski-Szmek: systemd ❤ meson

After hearing good things about meson for a long time, I decided to
take the plunge and started
on porting the build system of systemd to meson. In our case “build
system” is really a system — 11.5k lines …

A Certified Community Warrior

*With the below announcement, nominations are now open for the next Community Warrior*

Are you an individual who has achieved a VMware certification in the past 10 years? If so, you may recognize our newest Community Warrior’s handle: @scott28tt. …

Leverage PowerShell Just Enough Administration for your Helpdesk

[Today’s guest post was authored by Dan Cuomo based on a real-world application of JEA]

Hi Folks — Platforms PFE Dan Cuomo here to talk about one method to enable the use of Just Enough Administration for your helpdesk administrators.

If …

Bodhi: 2.6.0

Special instructions

  1. The database migrations have been trimmed in this release. To upgrade to this version of Bodhi
    from a version prior to 2.3, first upgrade to Bodhi 2.3, 2.4, or 2.5, run the database
    migrations, and then upgrade to

Managing mobility for Office365 Tweet chat

Got questions about managing Office mobile apps? Want to learn more about Intune? Curious about Azure Information Protection? We have answers.

The Enterprise Mobility + Security engineering team will be hosting a Tweet Chat via @MSFTMobility on Wednesday, May …

Ubuntu Insights: Canonical joins EdgeX Foundry to help unify IoT edge computing

Fragmentation is the nature of the beast in the IoT space with a variety of non-interoperable protocols, devices and vendors which are the natural results of years of evolution in the industrial space especially. However traditional standardisation processes and proprietary …

Josh Bressers: I have seen the future, and it is bug bounties

Every now and then I see something on a blog or Twitter about how you can’t replace a pen test with a bug bounty. For a long time I agreed with this, but I’ve recently changed my mind. I know …

“How to make a movie the secure way” at NAB Show 2017

At the NAB Show 2017 Conference this week, we’ll be reprising our session “Securing the Making of the Next Hollywood Blockbuster(Las Vegas | April 25, 2017 | 1:30 PM – 2:00 PM in the Cybersecurity & Content

Mikolaj Izdebski: Running rawhide app in chroot by example of Eclipse

How to run install and run a single application from Fedora rawhide without having to install a full rawchide machine. …

Mikolaj Izdebski: Auto-generating build-requires for packages built with Maven

For a few months all Fedora packages built using Maven in rawhide have auto-generated build-requires included in their build.logs, which after some adjustments can be copied to spec files. This blog posts shows how to extract then from Koji build …

Brian “bex” Exelbierd: Slice of Cake #6

A slice of cake

Last week as FCAIC I:

  • Participated in the second week of the opensource.com blogging challenge. If you missed the first week post it is here. You should definitely participate in the future weeks!
  • The new