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Canonical Livepatch Service Apply critical kernel patches without rebooting.

According to Canonical a parent organization behind Ubuntu, LivePatch on Kernel will help to resolve unwanted rebooting of system after patching.

The Canonical Livepatch Service enables you apply critical kernel security fixes to your Ubuntu 16.04 LTS system without rebooting. Available to all Ubuntu Advantage customers, the Canonical Livepatch Service reduces planned or unplanned downtime while maintaining compliance and security. Continue reading

Clip Bucket Open Source Video hosting solution by Pakistani IT Experts

Clip Bucket A way to broadcast yourself  is a comprehensive video hosting solution very well coded by young Pakistani Open Source experts. Famous Video hosting portal http://tune.pk/ is using Clip Bucket. This code is being used in more than ten thousand video sharing  portals to host / share video content.

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How to get systems administrators and developers to agree with Docker — opensource.com

The use of Docker as an application container management system has become standard practice for developers and systems engineers in the space of just two years. Some like to say that haven’t seen such a technological advance since OpenSSH. Docker is now a major player and is widely used in cloud systems architectures. But more than just that: Docker knows how to win developers over.

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Open Source OS meant for “Privacy for anyone anywhere” Tails based on Debian GNU/Linux — Free Software

Tails an Open Source Operating system based on famous GNU/Linux OS Debian which is meant for “Privacy for anyone anywhere”  has been launched. Tails is new Operating System in the list of Operating Systems which provides anonymity online; It is meant to provide  “Privacy for anyone anywhere”  Tails is Live Operating System which can be downloaded from its website: To download Tails please click Here

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The GHOST Vulnerability Bug discovered by researchers at Qualys Inc. in Linux glibc library

  Courtesy: https://community.qualys.com/blogs/laws-of-vulnerabilities/2015/01/27/the-ghost-vulnerability The GHOST vulnerability is a serious weakness in the Linux glibc library. It allows attackers to remotely take complete control of the victim system without having any prior knowledge of system credentials. CVE-2015-0235 has been assigned to this issue.

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