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Write some software by paolantoniosergi

Freelancer.com - Wed, 01/18/2017 - 07:58
Linux C o C++ (Budget: $4000 - $12000 ARS, Jobs: C Programming, C++ Programming, Linux, Software Architecture)
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Do I need to provide access to source code under the AGPLv3 license?

OpenSource.com - Wed, 01/18/2017 - 07:00

The GNU Affero General Public License version 3 (AGPLv3) is a copyleft license nearly identical to the GPLv3. Both licenses have the same copyleft scope, but materially differ in one important way. The AGPLv3's Section 13 states an additional condition not present in GPLv2 or GPLv3:


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An Everyday Linux User Review Of Elementary OS Loki 0.4

LinuxToday.com - Wed, 01/18/2017 - 07:00

Here is a review of Elementary OS Loki 0.4 for the average computer user.

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Create simple SaaS admin for my single user login web application by calibre24

Freelancer.com - Wed, 01/18/2017 - 06:03
I currently have a full working PHP web application which i installed in my hosting. I have the source code & it has only 1 user login. The task is to create an ADMIN super access where i can create multiple username & password & manage users... (Budget: $30 - $250 USD, Jobs: Linux, MySQL, PHP)
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MIPS Assembly - Load/Save PGM image by guywithahat

Freelancer.com - Wed, 01/18/2017 - 05:46
Hello, I need you to write two functions in MIPS Assembly that can load a PGM (P5, binary) grayscale image to an array of int and stores height and width in variables. The second function should save an array (with height and width) to a PGM image... (Budget: €8 - €30 EUR, Jobs: Assembly, C Programming, Linux)
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10 reasons to use Cinnamon as your Linux desktop environment - Opensource.com

Linux News - Wed, 01/18/2017 - 05:10

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10 reasons to use Cinnamon as your Linux desktop environment
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The Linux Mint project was one of the prime movers for Cinnamon because GNOME is the official desktop environment for Mint. The Mint developers have continued to develop Cinnamon to the point where GNOME itself is no longer required, and Cinnamon ...

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10 reasons to use Cinnamon as your Linux desktop environment

OpenSource.com - Wed, 01/18/2017 - 05:00

Recently I installed Fedora 25, and found that the current version of KDE Plasma was unstable for me; it crashed several times a day before I decided to try to try something different. After installing a number of alternative desktops and trying them all for a couple hours each, I finally settled on using Cinnamon until Plasma is patched and stable. Here's what I found.


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Low-Cost Android One Phones Coming To The US, Says Report

Slashdot.org - Wed, 01/18/2017 - 05:00
The Android One platform is a program designed by Google to provide budget-friendly Android smartphones to developing markets. The phones are attractive because they contain no bloatware, competing services, and a lack of software and security updates -- the stuff that most low-end smartphones contain. According to a report from The Information, the program is about to make its way to the U.S. market. The Verge reports: Android One phones have historically been produced by companies you probably haven't heard of, like Micromax, Cherry, and QMobile. Originally Google had a direct hand in detailing what components would go into the phone, but apparently became more flexible over time and eventually expanded the program beyond India to parts of Africa, Spain, and Portugal. Android One may not have been the rousing worldwide success Google was hoping for, but it's still an important initiative for the company. Especially at the low end, there's a lot of incentive for manufacturers to pile on extra software in a bid to make those devices more profitable -- but that could cut against Google's efforts to make its own services more pervasive and popular. If Google really does put some real effort behind Android One, it could make its plans for Android a little clearer. Google itself has taken a stand that it wants to make its own hardware at the high-end of the smartphone market with the Pixel, and if The Information's report is accurate, it wants to ensure that its services are not cut out from the low end.

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to make private proxies by yiuatc

Freelancer.com - Wed, 01/18/2017 - 04:41
I need someone that can teach me how to make tons of private proxies or IP addresses for a bot so I can navigate to websites and buy tons of stuff without getting banned So all I'm looking to make is PROXIES... (Budget: $30 - $250 USD, Jobs: Linux)
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impossible de recevoir des emails à partir de mon site by christophercass

Freelancer.com - Wed, 01/18/2017 - 02:47
Bonjour, j'ai un serveur debian j'ai seulement installer postfix dessus pour permettre d'envoyer des emails à partir de mon site. Mais je ne peux pas envoyer de mail à partir de mon site et je ne c'est pas pourquoi je ne sais pas si ça vient du serveur ou du site... (Budget: €8 - €30 EUR, Jobs: Debian, Javascript, Linux, MySQL, PHP)
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How to gain confidence to participate in open source

OpenSource.com - Wed, 01/18/2017 - 02:00

As your brain develops, you learn about what you can and should do in the world, and what you can't and shouldn't. Your actions are influenced by surroundings and norms, and many times what keeps you from participating is a lack of self-confidence.


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Free Software Foundation shakes up its list of priority projects

LinuxToday.com - Wed, 01/18/2017 - 02:00

NetworkWorld: The Free Software Foundation Tuesday announced a major rethinking of the software projects that it supports

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NASA Is Making New Robots That Can Control Themselves

Slashdot.org - Wed, 01/18/2017 - 02:00
An anonymous reader quotes a report from Motherboard: NASA wants humans and robots to work together as teams. To ensure that, the space agency's autonomous robotics group is currently developing new technology to improve how humans explore the solar system, and how robots can help. When NASA began working with remotely operated robots several years ago, Fong said the scientists needed a piece of software that would allow them to look at terrain and sensor data coming from autonomous robots. That led to the creation of VERVE, a "3D robot user interface," which allows scientists to see and grasp the three-dimensional world of remotely operated robots. VERVE has been used with NASA's K10 planetary rovers (a prototype mobile robot that can travel bumpy terrain), with its K-Rex planetary rovers (robot to determine soil moisture), with SPHERES (Synchronized Position Hold, Engage, Reorient, Experimental Satellites) on the International Space Station (ISS), and with the new robot Astrobee (a robot that can fly around the ISS). In 2013, NASA carried out a series of tests with astronauts on the ISS, during which astronauts who were flying 200 miles above Earth remotely operated the K10 planetary rover in California. Because of time delay, astronauts can't just "joystick a robot," said Maria Bualat, deputy lead of intelligent robotics group at the NASA Ames Research Center. "You need a robot that can operate on its own, complete tasks on its own," she said. "On the other hand, you still want the human in the loop, because the human brings a lot of experience and very powerful cognitive ability that can deal with issues that the autonomy's not quite ready to handle." That's why, according to NASA, human capabilities and robotic capabilities comprise a powerful combination.

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Write some Software by hardeederek

Freelancer.com - Wed, 01/18/2017 - 00:40
Hello! My name is Derek, co-owner of C3T, LLC. We are a small-owned company currently working on our first major project; Platypus Plus™, a mobile shopping application. We are in the beginning stages of development and are looking for developers to work on our project... (Budget: $15 - $25 USD, Jobs: C# Programming, Linux, Mobile Phone, MySQL, Software Architecture)
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VOD with DRM - open to bidding by kpakella

Freelancer.com - Tue, 01/17/2017 - 23:22
Hi, I am looking for Azure player integration into our site developed in HTML5 & PHP. Just wondering you have skills or pickup skills on Azure? we wanted ControlLogic within Azure which means remember... (Budget: $8 - $15 USD, Jobs: Linux, Video Editing, Video Services, Video Upload, Web Hosting)
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AI Can Predict When Patients Will Die From Heart Failure 'With 80% Accuracy'

Slashdot.org - Tue, 01/17/2017 - 22:30
New submitter drunkdrone quotes a report from International Business Times: Scientists say they have developed an artificial intelligence (AI) program that is capable of predicting when patients with a serious heart disorder will die with an 80% accuracy rate. Researchers from the MRC London Institute of Medical Sciences (LMS) believe the software will allow doctors to better treat patients with pulmonary hypertension by determining how aggressive their treatment needs to be. The researchers' program assessed the outlook of 250 patients based on blood test results and MRI scans of their hearts. It then used the data to create a virtual 3D heart of each patient which, combined with the health records of "hundreds" of previous patients, allowed it to learn which characteristics indicated fatal heart failure within five years. The LMS scientists claim that the software was able to accurately predict patients who would still be alive after a year around 80% of the time. The computer was able to analyze patients "in seconds," promising to dramatically reduce the time it takes doctors to identify the most at-risk individuals and ensure they "give the right treatment to the right patients, at the right time." Dr Declan O'Regan, one the lead researchers from LMS, said: "This is the first time computers have interpreted heart scans to accurately predict how long patients will live. It could transform the way doctors treat heart patients. The researchers now hope to field-test the technology in hospitals in London in order to verify the data obtained from their trials, which have been published in the medical journal Radiology.

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Write some software -- 2 by attitudekil

Freelancer.com - Tue, 01/17/2017 - 22:16
I need you to develop some software for me. I would like this software to be developed for Linux using Python. I need a project on SDN with ryu controller Aggregating packets coming from Iot devices... (Budget: ₹12500 - ₹37500 INR, Jobs: Linux, Python, Software Architecture)
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Raspberry Pi Compute Module 3 Extends IoT

LinuxToday.com - Tue, 01/17/2017 - 22:00

eWEEK: Raspberry Pi Foundation updates embedded Compute Module with faster ARM processor to help developers and businesses build new IoT devices.

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Looking for some one has good experience in Linux and eclipse by jpramod304

Freelancer.com - Tue, 01/17/2017 - 21:45
I would like to install eclipse on Remote server (Linux) I tried but Unable to Launch eclipse . error was Can Not Open display file . I have a windows Machine over that i have a Remote server . I need to install eclipse on remote server .and run it... (Budget: ₹600 - ₹1500 INR, Jobs: Installation, Java, Linux)
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Google Maps Starts Showing Parking Availability For Some Users

Slashdot.org - Tue, 01/17/2017 - 21:05
An anonymous reader quotes a report from Ars Technica: Back in August, Cody found strings in his teardown of Google Maps v9.34 beta that hinted at an upcoming display of parking difficulty. The option may have crept up for some users since then, but now we have our first glance into how the feature will work since it has started showing up for more users on Maps v9.44 beta. Parking availability will be shown as a small rounded P icon next to your route duration estimate when you search for driving directions, followed by more descriptive text. As Cody's teardown showed, there are three levels to look for: Limited, Medium, and Easy. Limited parking will get the P icon to turn red. Once you start driving toward your destination, you can expand the directions to get a more descriptive explanation of the parking situation. Our tipster tells us that according to his tests, parking availability shows up for public destinations like malls and airports and various attractions. The option doesn't seem to be live for everyone on Maps v9.44 beta (APK Mirror link), so you may need to be patient to see it on your phone.

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