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ubuntu file mount

Freelancer.com - 2 hours 34 min ago
ubuntu file mount internal diagnostics (Budget: $8 - $15 AUD, Jobs: Linux, Python, System Admin, Ubuntu, UNIX)
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ENGINTRON configuration recheck

Freelancer.com - 3 hours 25 min ago
Hi I have 3 websites on a VPS. We've had ENGINTRON installed serving NGINX as reverse proxy in front of Apache for a while. Ran update of ENGINTRON. One of the 3 websites that has a separate dedicated... (Budget: ₹600 - ₹1500 INR, Jobs: Apache, Linux, MySQL, Nginx, System Admin)
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Upgrade OpenGTS On Ubuntu Server To Enterprise GTS Version http://www.geotelematic.com/gts.html

Freelancer.com - 3 hours 39 min ago
Hi , I have OpenGTS Server Running on an ubuntu Vm and need to upgrade/install it to the enerprise version of the software (http://www.geotelematic.com/gts.html). There is no previous data which needs... (Budget: $30 - $250 USD, Jobs: Apache, Javascript, Linux, PHP, Ubuntu)
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dedicated server expert

Freelancer.com - 4 hours 37 min ago
Hello i am looking for some expert in setting up dedicated server and some more stuff in linux server (Budget: $10 - $30 USD, Jobs: Linux, Server, Ubuntu, VPS)
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How The FBI Easily Retrieved Michael Cohen's Data From Both Apple and Google

Slashdot.org - 5 hours 2 min ago
Court documents unsealed Tuesday showed just how much information America's FBI was able to gather on Donald Trump's lawyer Michael Cohen -- from both Google and Apple products. An anonymous reader quotes CNN: Notably, the FBI made use of Cohen's use of Touch ID and Face ID on his Apple devices, which allow users to quickly log into iPhones and computers by scanning their face or fingerprint rather than typing in a password... But that gives law enforcement an additional means to access those devices. In one warrant application for Cohen, an FBI agent requested authorization "to press the fingers (including thumbs) of Cohen to the Touch ID sensors of the Subject Devices, or hold the Subject Devices in front of Cohen's face, for the purpose of attempting to unlock the Subject Devices via Touch ID or Face ID...." One warrant requested not simply access to three of Cohen's Gmail accounts, as well as other email accounts, but also some of the wide array of information Google keeps for its users by default, including search history, web cookies associated with an account, device information, and a host of other metadata categories. One affidavit describes how the FBI narrowed down Cohen's temporary location at the Loews Regency Hotel in New York through his cell phone location data. Agents then used a "triggerfish" -- a reference to a stingray, or IMSI catcher, a suitcase-sized device that mimics a cell tower to convince a cell phone to connect and reveal its location... Prosecutors also made use of a new law that Trump recently signed. Investigators in the Southern District of New York compelled Google to turn over some documents on Cohen, but the tech giant initially "declined to produce data that it stored on computer servers located outside of the United States," according to an affidavit submitted to the court by an FBI agent working on Cohen's case. Weeks later, Trump signed the CLOUD Act into law, which gave US law enforcement more legal pathways to pursue data stories overseas.... In an April 2018 affidavit, the FBI agent argued that "providers are required to disclose data even if it is stored abroad" under the new law. The judge approved the new search warrant later that day, giving investigators access to additional information from Google, including Cohen's emails, attachments, address book and files stored on Google Drive. One technology law expert told CNN that police now seek access to more and more information. "I think any of the electronic debris that people leave online on these services is all potentially subject to being used against you."

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Create Linux based ALPR system

Freelancer.com - 5 hours 3 min ago
This project is to create a linux based ALPR system to monitor multiple RTSP video streams and use YOLO (You Only Look Once) project combined with OpenALPR to record license plates of cars coming and going from our facility... (Budget: $750 - $1500 USD, Jobs: Linux, Software Architecture)
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ubuntu disk mount help

Freelancer.com - Sat, 03/23/2019 - 22:32
need help on ubuntu disk mount (Budget: $10 AUD, Jobs: Linux, Network Administration, System Admin, Ubuntu, UNIX)
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VoIP termination solution

Freelancer.com - Sat, 03/23/2019 - 21:51
We are termination provider we have a specific solution in mind and we are looking for high skilled VoIP developers to achieve our goal. Our solution consist of 3 separate servers Server A: handles client... (Budget: $30 - $250 USD, Jobs: Linux, Network Administration, PHP, System Admin, VoIP)
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Pwn2Own Competitors Crack Tesla, Firefox, Safari, Microsoft Edge, and Windows 10

Slashdot.org - Sat, 03/23/2019 - 20:34
A research duo who hacked a Tesla were the big winners at the annual Pwn2Own white hat security contest, reports ZDNet. "The duo earned $375,000 in prize money, of the total of $545,000 awarded during the whole three-day competition... They also get to keep the car." Team Fluoroacetate -- made up of Amat Cama and Richard Zhu -- hacked the Tesla car via its browser. They used a JIT bug in the browser renderer process to execute code on the car's firmware and show a message on its entertainment system... Besides keeping the car, they also received a $35,000 reward. "In the coming days we will release a software update that addresses this research," a Tesla spokesperson told ZDNet today in regards to the Pwn2Own vulnerability. Not coincidentally, Team Fluoroacetate also won the three-day contest after earning 36 "Master of Pwn" points for successful exploits in Apple Safari, Firefox, Microsoft Edge, VMware Workstation, and Windows 10... [R]esearchers also exploited vulnerabilities in Apple Safari, Microsoft Edge, VMware Workstation, Oracle Virtualbox, and Windows 10.

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Linux Service that Listens for an XML Feed and Parses into MySQL

Freelancer.com - Sat, 03/23/2019 - 20:03
I am looking to build a software application that runs on Ubuntu Server. The application will need to communicate with a cloud to get temporary licensing daily. No pay, no license, no workee. The application... (Budget: $750 - $1500 USD, Jobs: Google Cloud Platform, Linux, MySQL, Python, XML)
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Node-Red Raspberry PI - Sump Monitor based on Hackster.io Project - Karem B.

Freelancer.com - Sat, 03/23/2019 - 19:23
Node-Red Raspberry PI - Sump Monitor based on Hackster.io Project - Karem B. Provide the Node-Red application you owe me that delivers all required data points in the Hackster.io project : https://www.hackster.io/mjwilson_16/smart-sump-pump-monitor-67bc6c... (Budget: $2 USD, Jobs: Arduino, C Programming, Electronics, Linux, Microcontroller)
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Cringely Pans Self-Driving Car Hype, Says They're Years Away

Slashdot.org - Sat, 03/23/2019 - 18:34
In what may be his final year of technology predictions, columnist Robert X. Cringely argues "I can't say that we're going to see anything beyond more beta tests of self-driving cars in 2019... We simply aren't ready and probably won't be for years to come...." "The problem isn't with the self-driving cars, it's with the cars that aren't self-driving, cars that are driven by idiots like me." It will eventually happen. Once half the fleet has been replaced with cars that could be self-drivers if we allowed them to be, then there will be a huge financial incentive to get the other half off the street. This will be especially the case if climate change is still accelerating. I'm guessing that most cars from 2020-on could be self-driving with only a software upgrade, which is why Elon Musk is predicting Tesla will have full autonomy by the end of 2019. But notice that Elon isn't predicting Tesla will be allowed to have its cars drive themselves everywhere... So why is the world talking so much about self-driving cars and full autonomy? Some of it is Tesla hype, some of it is marketing as the car companies try to get us to buy cars that will eventually be self-driving, but probably not until their second owners. And the other reason why we're talking so much about self-driving cars is because Uber is planning to go public later this year...an IPO that will go smoother if the driving public thinks autonomous cars are something that we'll be seeing soon. Uber has a labor problem. If it can spin a story that surly and expensive human drivers are soon to be replaced with electrons, that will be very reassuring to Wall Street. But as I explained, it also isn't true. The world isn't yet ready -- something Uber and Tesla and all the others will suddenly admit in about a year (post-IPO). Cringely also argues that the problem isn't just the "millions of drivers who are still controlling their vehicles the old fashion way, which is often in a barely competent fashion..." "We keep our cars longer because they don't rust and we can't afford to replace them so often. The result is that while we could expect a complete turnover in car technology every decade, now it takes closer to two decades."

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Build a remote Mail Server

Freelancer.com - Sat, 03/23/2019 - 18:13
My Companies use online servers, and I am wanting to use a server as a backup that is onsite with me. What I need is the server setup and ready to accept mail This will mean remotely installing linux... (Budget: $30 - $250 AUD, Jobs: Linux, MySQL, Network Administration, PHP, System Admin)
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GSuite Emails Migration to IMAP Cpanel

Freelancer.com - Sat, 03/23/2019 - 17:53
hi i have Gsuite 6 emails account i want to migrate all my accounts with inbox sent box data to my new Cpanel hosting provider please only bid if you have did this task before Thanks ... (Budget: $10 - $30 USD, Jobs: Email Handling, Linux, Web Hosting)
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Florida Citrus Trees To Be Sprayed With Thousands of Kilograms of Antiobiotics

Slashdot.org - Sat, 03/23/2019 - 17:34
Long-time Slashdot reader memnock quotes Nature: In the next month or so, orange trees across Florida will erupt in white blossoms, signalling the start of another citrus season. But this year, something different will be blowing in the winds. Farmers are preparing to spray their trees with hundreds of thousands of kilograms of two common antibiotics to combat citrus greening, a bacterial disease that has been killing Florida citrus trees for more than a decade. The US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is in the process of allowing growers to use streptomycin and oxytetracycline as routine treatments, spraying trees several times per year, beginning with the 'first flush' of leaves this spring. Growers in the state could end up using as much as 440,000 kilograms of the drugs. Although the compounds, which are both used in human medicine, have been sprayed on other crops in the past and applied in limited amounts to citrus groves, the scale of this application has researchers and public-health advocates alarmed.... There is little publicly available science on the long-term use of these drugs in crop settings... Critics are particularly galled because there is also little convincing evidence that spraying will keep the scourge at bay. One Florida public radio station reports that environmental groups have delivered a petition with more than 45,000 signatures to the EPA, urging them to halt the expanded use of antibiotics. "The fear is an increase in antibiotic-resistant diseases for humans."

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Fix VMWARE Workstation VM error "the file specified is not a virtual disk" when opening a copied over ESXi Virtual Machine

Freelancer.com - Sat, 03/23/2019 - 17:32
I think its possible that the File Descriptors inside the small text .vmdk files need changing? If you have successfully opened and started a virtual machine inside Vmware Workstation that was copied... (Budget: $10 - $50 USD, Jobs: Linux, Network Administration, System Admin, VMware, Windows Server)
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Linux Centos + CWP + web hosting server expert and trouble shooter

Freelancer.com - Sat, 03/23/2019 - 17:26
Linux Centos + CWP + web hosting server expert and trouble shooter for my dedicated server Per hour via Anydesk desktop remote and on going project Req. 1. install ssl cerificates 2. trouble shooting 3... (Budget: $2 - $8 USD, Jobs: Apache, Linux, System Admin, UNIX, VPS)
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Public-Key Infrastructure (PKI)) lab

Freelancer.com - Sat, 03/23/2019 - 17:17
I need help in this project which need to explain (Public-Key Infrastructure (PKI) Lab), I need documentation that contains explanation and screenshots of the solutions. deadline 3 day only , Time is... (Budget: $30 - $250 USD, Jobs: Computer Security, Cryptography, Linux, Ubuntu, Web Security)
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Conect NIC.CL with VPS OVH

Freelancer.com - Sat, 03/23/2019 - 17:00
I have a web domain on NIC.CL and a VPS ca.ovh.com loaded with a website. I need to be able to connect this VPS with the domain. For what you find out you have to configure a BIND domain name server in the VPS... (Budget: $10 - $30 USD, Jobs: DNS, Linux, System Admin, VPS, Web Hosting)
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iOS app, android app and web developer

Freelancer.com - Sat, 03/23/2019 - 16:34
I have already my business app. I need some changes in my app. I have a ride share business app, like “Uber app ride share app”. If someone can help please contact me, thanks (Budget: $8 - $15 CAD, Jobs: Java, Linux, Web Development)
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