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How to Check Yum History in Red Hat or CentOS

 Command Line, Linux  Comments Off on How to Check Yum History in Red Hat or CentOS
Nov 252015
 

One of the most frequently used commands by Linux administrators of a Red Hat or CentOS system is the yum package management tool. Yum History – What For? Some would argue that Yum is the most powerful tool in a Linux systems administrator’s command line arsenal. So what does yum Read More

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Nmap Security Scanner gets Major Upgrade in Version 7

 Security  Comments Off on Nmap Security Scanner gets Major Upgrade in Version 7
Nov 192015
 

If you’re still running nmap 6.0, now’s the time to upgrade! Open source security scanner nmap has received a big upgrade in version 7, which debuted November 19, 2015. Touted as the product of three and a half years of work, nmap 7 includes nearly 3,200 code commits and enhancements Read More

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Large Screens Won’t Spur Tablet Sales

 Tablets  Comments Off on Large Screens Won’t Spur Tablet Sales
Nov 152015
 
Large Screens Won't Spur Tablet Sales

As the new 12.9-inch iPad Pro goes on sale at Best Buy, Apple stores and Amazon, a big question looms on many minds. Will large screen tablets from Apple and Microsoft spur growth in the flagging tablet market? Tablet Slowdown Tablets have not been on anyone’s hot, must buy list Read More

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Yawn! Another Open Source E-Mail Client

 Open Source, Products  Comments Off on Yawn! Another Open Source E-Mail Client
Oct 062015
 

Seriously, does the world need another open source e-mail client? Answer: Does America need another TRUMPeting mountebank with a weird hairdo? In Silicon Valley, people (VCs) with tons of money far too frequently knock into entrepreneurs full of gusto and gumption but often short of creative brilliance. Voila, a partnership Read More

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Ubuntu Hackathon in India

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Oct 062015
 
Ubuntu Hackathon in India

India’s first Ubuntu Hackathon is scheduled to take place in Bangalore from October 15-16, 2015 at the Mobile Developer Summit. Ubuntu’s commercial backer Canonical will host the hackathon and is also the platinum sponsor of the mobile developer conference. The goal of the Ubuntu Hackathon is to get developers to Read More

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How Many Webs are There?

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Oct 012015
 

When most of us think of the Internet, our thoughts turn to search engines like Google, news sites like New York Times, social networks like Facebook or Twitter, tech blogs like Techcrunch, shopping sites like Amazon, free e-mail like gmail and our employers’ web sites. But those’re just the most Read More

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