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Converting and Manipulating Image Files on the Linux Command Line

Most of us probably know how wonderful a tool Gimp is for editing images, but have you ever thought about manipulating image files on the command line? If not, let me introduce you to the convert command. It easily coverts files from one image format to another and allows you to perform many other...
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Debian 9.5 Released: “Rock Solid” GNU/Linux Distro Arrives With Spectre v2 Fix

Following the fourth point release of Debian 9 “stretch” in March, the developers of the popular GNU/Linux distro have shipped the latest update to its stable distribution. For those who don’t know, Debian 9 is an LTS version that’ll remain supported for 5 years. As one would expect, this point...
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How Open Source Became The Default Business Model For Software

Since its inception in 1998, open source has become the de-facto standard for software development and proven itself as a viable business model. While making source code freely available for redistribution and modification may seem counterintuitive, the success of companies like Red Hat and...
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How Developers Can Get Involved with Open Source Networking

Linux Foundation open networking leader describes the challenges and advantages of working across communities. There have always been integration challenges with open source software, whether in pulling together Linux distributions or in mating program subsystems developed by geographically...
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Google Launches Jib, Automated Container Packaging for Java Apps

Google has released software that could automate the packaging of a Java program so that it can be run in the cloud-native environment. Jib is an open-source Java “containerizer,” one that handles all the steps of packaging your application into a container image, according to Appu Goundan and ...
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New IEEE Position Statement Supports Strong Encryption

On 24 June, the IEEE Board of Directors adopted a position statement in support of strong encryption for confidentiality and data integrity.  The essence of the position is that: “IEEE supports the use of unfettered strong encryption to protect confidentiality and integrity of data and...
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Wi-Fi Security Is Starting to Get its Biggest Upgrade in Over a Decade

Wi-Fi devices have been using the same security protocol for over a decade. But today, that’ll begin to change: the Wi-Fi Alliance, which oversees adoption of the Wi-Fi standard, is beginning to certify products that support WPA3, the successor to the WPA2 security protocol that’s been in use since...
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The new LF Energy coalition is focused on accelerating the energy transition, including the move to renewable energy, electric mobility, demand response and more.

The Linux Foundation Transforms the Energy Industry with New Initiative: LF Energy

We are thrilled to introduce the new LF Energy initiative to support and promote open source in the energy and electricity sectors. LF Energy is focused on accelerating the energy transition, including the move to renewable energy, electric mobility, demand response and more. Open source has...
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Take Our Survey on Open Source Programs

The New Stack is partnering with The Linux Foundation to investigate how many organizations either have a formal open source management program or are planning to create one. How is open source code managed in your organization? And does it affect how fast and efficiently new product development...
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Netdev Day 1: IPsec!

Today at the conference I learned a lot about IPsec, so we’re going to talk about IPsec! There was an IPsec workshop given by Sowmini Varadhan and Paul Wouters. All of the mistakes in this post are 100% my fault though :). what’s IPsec? IPsec is a protocol used to encrypt IP packets. Some VPNs are...
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