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New Linux Kernel Version 4.1.2 available for download!

The new Linux Kernel Version 4.1.2 is available for download! Visit the Linux Kernel Archive here: https://www.kernel.org/pub/linux/kernel/ Get the new Linux Kernel directly through this link: https://www.kernel.org/pub/linux/kernel/v4.x/linux-4.1.2.tar.gz NEW: See the latest FUN statistics for this Kernel version here: https://www.linuxcounter.net/statistics/kernel See how many lines of code this new version has, how many bad words or how […]

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A New Crop of Stable Kernels

Greg Kroah-Hartman has announced the release of the 4.1.2, 4.0.8, 3.14.48, and 3.10.84stable kernels. All contain important fixes and users should upgrade. In addition, this is the second to last 4.0.x release (i.e. there will be a 4.0.9, but that’s …

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Home Automation with Raspberry Pi

The Raspberry Pi has been very popular among hobbyists and educators
ever since its launch in 2011. The Raspberry Pi is a credit-card-sized
single-board computer with a Broadcom BCM 2835 SoC, 256MB to 512MB of RAM,
USB ports, GPIO pins, Ethernet, HDMI out, camera header and an SD card
slot. more>>

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New Linux Kernel Version 4.1.1 available for download!

The new Linux Kernel Version 4.1.1 is available for download! Visit the Linux Kernel Archive here: https://www.kernel.org/pub/linux/kernel/ Get the new Linux Kernel directly through this link: https://www.kernel.org/pub/linux/kernel/v4.x/linux-4.1.1.tar.gz NEW: See the latest FUN statistics for this Kernel version here: https://www.linuxcounter.net/statistics/kernel See how many lines of code this new version has, how many bad words or how […]

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One Million New Lines of Code Hit Linux Kernel

Linus Torvalds has loosed Linux 4.2-rc1 upon a waiting world, and rates it the biggest release candidate ever in terms of the volume of new code it contains.

The Linux Lord writes that “if you count the size in pure number of lines changed, this really seems to be the biggest rc we’ve ever had, with over a million lines added (and about a quarter million removed).”

Read more at The Register.

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Kernel Summit 2015: Call for Proposals

The 2015 Kernel Summit will be held October 26-28 in Seoul, South Korea; the call for discussion proposals is out now. Now would be a good time for those who would like to attend the Summit to come up with a good topic and get the discussion going. P…

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Interview with Linus Torvalds on Slashdot

Last Thursday you had a chance to ask Linus Torvalds about programming, hardware, and all things Linux. You can read his answers to those questions below. If you’d like to see what he had to say the last time we sat down with him, you …

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RIP SSLv3

The Internet community officially banishes the notoriously unsafe Secure Sockets Layer protocol.

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PHP for Non-Developers

After years of making it clear that I’m not a developer in just
about every article I’ve written here at Linux Journal, I do have a
confession to make. I can write the “Hello World” equivalent in almost
every programming language out there. In assembly, it might have been
“1+1”, but my lack of advanced skills should be evident. more>>

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New Linux Kernel Version 4.1.1 available for download!

The new Linux Kernel Version 4.1.1 is available for download! Visit the Linux Kernel Archive here: https://www.kernel.org/pub/linux/kernel/ Get the new Linux Kernel directly through this link: https://www.kernel.org/pub/linux/kernel/v4.x/linux-4.1.1.tar.gz NEW: See the latest FUN statistics for this Kernel version here: https://www.linuxcounter.net/statistics/kernel See how many lines of code this new version has, how many bad words or how […]

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Happy birthday Harald!

A very, very happy birthday to Harald Tveit Alvestrand, the founder and initiator of the first Linux Counter Project in 1993! Have a nice birthday, Harald! And thank you very much for putting your trust in me with giving the Linux Counter Project to me! Cheers!

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Secure Server Deployments in Hostile Territory

Would you change what you said on the phone, if you knew someone malicious was listening?
Whether or not you view the NSA as malicious, I imagine that after reading the NSA coverage on
Linux Journal, some of you found yourselves modifying your behavior. The same thing
happened to me when I started deploying servers into a public cloud (EC2 in my case).
more>>

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Django Templates

In my last article (February 2015), I explained how to create a simple
Django project (“atfproject”) and
inside that, create a simple application (atfapp). The
application worked in that if you went to the URL
http://localhost:8000/hello/Reuven,
you got the text “hello, Reuven”.
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