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10 Ways to Generate a Random Password from the Command Line

10 Ways to Generate a Random Password from the Command Line | News For Linuxers | Scoop.it
One of the great things about Linux is that you can do the same thing hundreds of different ways—even something as simple as generating a random password can be accomplished with dozens of different commands.
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Download REMnux from SourceForge.net

REMnux is a lightweight Linux distribution for assisting malware analysts with reverse-engineering malicious software. The distribution is based on …

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Life of Pi can inspire the next business generation - Yorkshire Post

Life of Pi can inspire the next business generation
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The Raspberry Pi plugs into a TV and keyboard and can be used for many of the same things as a desktop PC.
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Design Your Own Rocket | Linux Journal

Design Your Own Rocket | Linux Journal | News For Linuxers | Scoop.it
A lot of the software packages I've covered in recent articles have been focused strictly on doing computations on your machine, separate from the real world.
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Battery powered computer - Raspberry Pi using AA or D size batteries - PenguinTutor Linux Blog

Battery powered computer - Raspberry Pi using AA or D size batteries - PenguinTutor Linux Blog | News For Linuxers | Scoop.it
Penguin Tutor Linux Blog Battery powered computer - Raspberry Pi using AA or D size batteries (Battery powered Raspberry Pi - using standard NiMh rechargeable batteries to power a computer.
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Free & Open Source Rootkit and Malware Detection Tools

Free & Open Source Rootkit and Malware Detection Tools | News For Linuxers | Scoop.it
Article by Jay Turla first published on infosecinstitute A lot of sniffers, rootkits, botnets, backdoor shells and malwares are still on the wild today, which are used by malicious attackers after successfully pawning a certain server or any live ...

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KDE's Calligra Office Suite For Android Released - Slashdot

KDE's Calligra Office Suite For Android Released - Slashdot | News For Linuxers | Scoop.it
jrepin writes "Coffice is a new project that tries to make KDE's Calligra office suite available on mobile platforms like Android, Blackberry 10, Jolla SailfishOS and Ubuntu Phone.
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[Phoronix] HDD & SSD File-System Benchmarks On Linux 3.9 Kernel

Phoronix is the leading technology website for Linux hardware reviews, open-source news, Linux benchmarks, open-source benchmarks, distribution screenshots, interviews, and computer hardware tests.
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Raspberry Pi's endless possibilities - Telegraph.co.uk

Raspberry Pi's endless possibilities - Telegraph.co.uk | News For Linuxers | Scoop.it
Telegraph.co.uk Raspberry Pi's endless possibilities Telegraph.co.uk The credit card-sized Raspberry Pi essentially consists of a circuit board, sockets for a keyboard, monitor and Ethernet cable, and an all-in-one “system on a chip” to do all the...
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Installing Kali Linux on a Raspberry Pi and Connecting to it Remotely

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Installing Kali Linux on a Raspberry Pi and Connecting to it Remotely
Kali is the newest version of the Backtrack security penetration testing Linux platform. Wouldn’t it be cool if you could run Kali from a $35 Raspberry Pi computer?

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Debian -- News -- Eaton donates hardware to Debian

Debian -- News -- Eaton donates hardware to Debian | News For Linuxers | Scoop.it
RT @debian Eaton donates hardware to #Debian - http://t.co/O8XwiAJEr7
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Livarp - A lightweight Linux DistributionLivarp - Una distribuzione Linux molto leggera

Livarp - A lightweight Linux DistributionLivarp - Una distribuzione Linux molto leggera | News For Linuxers | Scoop.it
Recently I've posted an article about the Windows manager and desktop environments that use less resources on Linux and thanks to a comment of Sebastian I've discovered Livarp, a lightweight GNU/Linux Distro.

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Router Linux OpenWRT 12.09 released - The H Open: News and Features

Router Linux OpenWRT 12.09 released - The H Open: News and Features | News For Linuxers | Scoop.it
OpenWRT 12.09 drops support for older routers such as Linksys WRT54G models and sees the previous script-based network configuration replaced by a network interface daemon (netifd) (Router Linux OpenWRT 12.09 released: OpenWRT 12.09 drops support...
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Ultimate Guide How To Harden Your Ubuntu Linux

I’m going to keep some tips here for users looking to improve their security, when I update it I’ll tweet about it, so feel free to follow me @57UN. This is aimed at desktop users but naturally lot...

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YUM vs. APT: Which is Best? ~ Linux Advocates

YUM vs. APT: Which is Best? ~ Linux Advocates | News For Linuxers | Scoop.it
It's a hotly contested subject. Which is best? YUM or APT? Linux Advocate Dietrich Schmitz details the differences and gives his pick. Read on.
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Kindleberry Wireless: A Portable Outdoor Hackstation

Kindleberry Wireless: A Portable Outdoor Hackstation | News For Linuxers | Scoop.it

An updated, wireless version of the kindleberry using the kindle paperwhite.

It got me wondering if there existed a laptop that was designed for hacking in direct sunlight... something that had a ridiculously long battery life and was still readable in high brightness situations. Instead I stumbled upon a more awesome solution: the kindleberry, a combination of the Raspberry Pi and the Amazon Kindle.


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Kids Build Pill Dispenser To Win Raspberry Pi Award - Slashdot

Kids Build Pill Dispenser To Win Raspberry Pi Award - Slashdot | News For Linuxers | Scoop.it
judgecorp writes "The first Raspberry Pi Awards have picked the best projects built by schoolchildren using the Raspberry Pi.
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RasPlex - new media centre distro for the #RaspberryPi

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Just released is RasPlex, a new media centre distribution based on the Plex Media Server. It's currently a beta (version 0.1.27) but is receiving quite a lot of buzz in the Piosphere (a new term, t...
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Speed up your download with Aria2Velocizza i tuoi download con Aria2

The tool that usually I use to download from the command line is wget, it's simple to use and it's installed (or easily installable) on any system, but if you want something that can do the same job in a smarter and faster way you must really test...
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Raspberry Pi as WSPR transmitter up to 250 MHz

Guido PE1NNZ has released code that he says enables the Raspberry Pi to operate as a WSPR transmitter at HF and VHF. Guido has modified the WsprryPi code originally developed by Dan Ankers MD1CLV. ...

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