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Write some software by StickManMob

Freelancer.com - Tue, 05/03/2016 - 15:49
I need you to develop some software for me. I would like this software to be developed for Linux . I need a script which will allow an open-mesh access point om2p-HS bridge its self onto another open ssid and pass all its requests over that bridge... (Budget: £20 - £250 GBP, Jobs: Linux, Python, Shell Script)
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OpenWRT Internet Filter for Router by ppayton

Freelancer.com - Tue, 05/03/2016 - 15:43
I would like someone to choose an inexpensive router, that can be programmed. The router software will need to respond to HTTP and HTTPS requests, parse the URL, and test against locally stored keyword whitelist and blacklist... (Budget: $1000 - $2000 USD, Jobs: Embedded Software, Linux, Software Architecture)
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serial port (ttyS0 / ttyUSB0) - Permission denied by joilsonjunior

Freelancer.com - Tue, 05/03/2016 - 15:40
Hello I need a simple script to read the information from a serial port (ttyS0 / ttyUSB0) using PHP on CentosLinux. I have tried th following code but the code hangs and no results are returned. ... (Budget: $10 - $30 USD, Jobs: Linux, PHP)
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Nonpublic project #10403877 by nethousebim

Freelancer.com - Tue, 05/03/2016 - 15:37
The project is Nonpublic. Description can be read only by registered users. (Budget: $10 - $30 USD)
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What's on tap for Linux container technology in 2016 - Network World

Linux News - Tue, 05/03/2016 - 15:12

What's on tap for Linux container technology in 2016
Network World
Linux containers package just about any type of server application to run everywhere – on your desktop, in a cloud, or anywhere Linux is available – regardless of kernel version or Linux distribution. Containers also can have a considerably smaller ...

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A Small Group of Journalists Control and Decide What Should Trend On Facebook

Slashdot.org - Tue, 05/03/2016 - 15:06
An anonymous reader writes: According to five former members of Facebook's trending news team, "news curators" as they're known internally, Zuckerberg and company take a downright dim view of the media industry and its talent. In interviews with Gizmodo, these former curators described grueling work conditions, humiliating treatment, and a secretive, imperious culture in which they were treated as disposable outsiders. After doing a tour in Facebook's news trenches, almost all of them came to believe that they were there not to work, but to serve as training modules for Facebook's algorithm." "We choose what's trending," said one former news curator. From personal experience I can share a similar incident. An Indian outlet extensively wrote about flaws in Facebook's Free Basics. Few days later, "Ban [that outlet's name]" was trending on Facebook. Clicking on it, for the first few hours, literally didn't return any relevant result, as nobody was talking about it, and no media outlet had written about it. It was after more than a day or so after this fabricated item kept trending that some other outlets started to write about it. (That's common in the media industry: writing about trending topics.) In the past, we've also seen Facebook employees ask whether the company should do anything to stop Donald Trump from becoming the president.

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Chalet OS is a Modern Distro With a Slightly Reworked Xfce DE ??? Now on 16.04 LTS

LinuxToday.com - Tue, 05/03/2016 - 15:00

tecmint: Skis not included

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OpenCL GPU Compute Kernel Programming by jstefanop

Freelancer.com - Tue, 05/03/2016 - 14:55
The project is to optimize an existing OpenCL project that utilizes cryptographic algorithms. It will require porting existing CPU C++ algorithm into a more efficient openCL kernel version that will run on AMD GPU compute units... (Budget: $250 - $750 USD, Jobs: C++ Programming, Engineering, Linux, OpenCL, Software Architecture)
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Cumulus Networks Founder Rebases Networking Linux [VIDEO] - EnterpriseNetworkingPlanet

Linux News - Tue, 05/03/2016 - 14:54

Cumulus Networks Founder Rebases Networking Linux [VIDEO]
Cumulus Networks Founder Rebases Networking Linux [VIDEO]. JR Rivers discusses his transitioning role in Cumulus Networks and what the next major release of Cumulus Linux will include. By | Posted May 3, 2016. Page of | Back to Page 1. Print Article ...

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Java Exercises by Kanneganti0526

Freelancer.com - Tue, 05/03/2016 - 14:52
Please read the attached PDF for details. The exercises need to be completed and should be straightforward and easy for someone who has done Java before. The code needs to contain lots of comments as it... (Budget: £10 - £20 GBP, Jobs: Java, Linux, Software Architecture, Software Testing, UNIX)
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Asterisk unanswered (lost) calls e-mail notification by AndrejDontsov

Freelancer.com - Tue, 05/03/2016 - 14:47
Have asterisk 13. Needed to get e-mail notification when got unanswered(lost) calls in queues or ring groups. notification from queue 1 to a@mail notification from queue 2 to b@mail .... notification... (Budget: $10 - $30 USD, Jobs: Asterisk PBX, Linux, MySQL, Telecommunications Engineering, VoIP)
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i need system admin for server issue by iman24

Freelancer.com - Tue, 05/03/2016 - 14:43
i need system admin for server issue (Budget: $30 - $250 USD, Jobs: Linux, MySQL, PHP, System Admin)
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Should You Pay Sales Tax on Internet Purchases? South Dakota Law Could Be The Test

Slashdot.org - Tue, 05/03/2016 - 14:35
An anonymous reader shares a PCWorld report: A new South Dakota law may end up determining whether most U.S. residents are required to pay sales taxes on their Internet purchases. The South Dakota law, passed by the Legislature there in March, requires many out-of-state online and catalog retailers to collect the state's sales tax from customers. The law is shaping up to be a legal test case challenging a 25-year-old U.S. Supreme Court ruling that prohibits states from levying sales taxes on remote purchases. Unless courts overturn the South Dakota law, it will embolden other states to pass similar Internet sales tax rules, critics said. The law could "set the course for enormous tax and administrative burdens on businesses across the country," Steve DelBianco, executive director of e-commerce trade group NetChoice, said in a statement. If dozens of states adopt Internet sales taxes, online sellers could face audits and changing tax rules in thousands of taxing jurisdictions nationwide. Even with software that could make tax calculations easier, that would be a burden, NetChoice says. And online shoppers could end up paying up to 10 percent more for many products.

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Create an RPM package for our Linux based software by cbdukes

Freelancer.com - Tue, 05/03/2016 - 14:07
LogZilla Corporation is a software company providing centralized syslog and SNMP trap storage, search and analytics. We released a new product last November and currently only offer our software in Ubuntu... (Budget: $250 - $750 USD, Jobs: C++ Programming, Linux, Python, Red Hat)
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Prince Quietly Helped Launch a Coding Program For Inner City Youth

Slashdot.org - Tue, 05/03/2016 - 13:55
An anonymous reader writes: Though many would say Prince changed the world through his music, the artist also took a hands-on approach to changing the world beyond music. The global superstar was the inspiration behind YesWeCode, an Oakland nonprofit, which works to help young people from minority backgrounds enter the tech world. The idea for the program came from a conversation between Prince and his friend Van Jones, who heads Rebuild the Dream charity, following the 2012 shooting of teenager Travoyn Martin. "Prince said, 'A black kid wearing a hoodie might be seen as a thug. A white kid wearing a hoodie might be seen as a Silicon Valley genius. Let's teach the black kids how to be like Mark Zuckerberg.'" Jones told CNN. The program is aiming to teach 100,000 low-income non-white teenagers how to write code, and was launched at the 20th Anniversary Essence Festival in New Orleans in 2014.

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Biotech Company To Attempt Revitalizing Nervous Systems of Brain-Dead Patients

Slashdot.org - Tue, 05/03/2016 - 13:15
Sarah Knapton, writing for The Telegraph: A groundbreaking trial to see if it is possible to regenerate the brains of dead people, has won approval from health watchdogs. A biotech company called BioQuark in the U.S. has been granted ethical permission to recruit 20 patients who have been declared clinically dead from a traumatic brain injury, to test whether parts of their central nervous system can be brought back to life. Scientists will use a combination of therapies, which include injecting the brain with stem cells and a cocktail of peptides, as well as deploying lasers and nerve stimulation techniques which have been shown to bring patients out of comas. The trial participants will have been certified dead and only kept alive through life support. They will be monitored for several months using brain imaging equipment to look for signs of regeneration, particularly in the upper spinal cord -- the lowest region of the brain stem which controls independent breathing and heartbeat.

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301 redirect issue from old to new domain by iman24

Freelancer.com - Tue, 05/03/2016 - 13:09
301 redirect issue from old domain to new domain * the redirect doesn't work for the posts itself example.com/post-name *it works only for the main domain example.com P.S.: its wordpress site... (Budget: $30 - $250 USD, Jobs: Linux, MySQL, PHP, System Admin)
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Android dev kit takes Snapdragon 820A for a ride

LinuxToday.com - Tue, 05/03/2016 - 13:00

 hackerboards: Intrinsyc's "Automotive Development Platform S820A" runs Android 6.0 on a Snapdragon 820A, and offers a 4K touchscreen, plus WiFi, BT, GPS, and optional LTE.

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Devuan Beta Release

LinuxJournal.com - Tue, 05/03/2016 - 12:33

After two years in development, a beta release of the Devuan distro has made it into the world (Devuan is a registered trademark of the Dyne.org foundation). Devuan is a very Debian-ish distro. more>>

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Samsung Smart Home Flaws Let Hackers Pick Connected Doors From Anywhere In the World

Slashdot.org - Tue, 05/03/2016 - 12:30
Researchers have discovered flaws in Samsung's Smart Home automation system, which if exploited, allows them to carry a range of remote attacks. These attacks include digitally picking connected door locks from anywhere in the world. The flaws have been documented by researchers from the University of Michigan ahead of the 2016 IEEE Symposium on Security and Privacy. "All of the above attacks expose a household to significant harm -- break-ins, theft, misinformation, and vandalism," the researchers wrote in a paper. "The attack vectors are not specific to a particular device and are broadly applicable." Dan Goodin, reports for Ars Technica: Other attacks included a malicious app that was able to obtain the PIN code to a smart lock and send it in a text message to attackers, disable a preprogrammed vacation mode setting, and issue a fake fire alarm. The one posing the biggest threat was the remote lock-picking attack, which the researchers referred to as a "backdoor pin code injection attack." It exploited vulnerabilities in an existing app in the SmartThings app store that gives an attacker sustained and largely surreptitious access to users' homes. The attack worked by obtaining the OAuth token that the app and SmartThings platform relied on to authenticate legitimate users. The only interaction it required was for targeted users to click on an attacker-supplied HTTPS link that looked much like this one that led to the authentic SmartThings login page. The user would then enter the username and password. A flaw in the app allowed the link to redirect the credentials away from the SmartThings page to an attacker-controlled address. From then on, the attackers had the same remote access over the lock that users had.

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