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install and configure nginx rtmp live streaming by zorrohd

Freelancer.com - 8 hours 4 min ago
I need it to install and configure on my server ORIGIN and my EDGE server nginx rtmp origin + edge + peer5 Safely bit rate limit user banning modules stream control modules embed.php configuration... (Budget: $4000 - $12000 ARS, Jobs: Apache, Linux, Nginx, PHP, System Admin)
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Write some software by krishroun3468

Freelancer.com - 8 hours 16 min ago
I need you to develop some software for me. I would like this software to be developed for Linux . Implementing SEL4 (Budget: $30 - $250 USD, Jobs: Linux, Software Architecture)
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Hong Kong Has No Space Left for the Dead

Slashdot.org - 8 hours 27 min ago
Justin Heifetz, writing for Motherboard: When Fung Wai-tsun's family carried their grandfather's ashes across the Hong Kong border to Mainland China in 2013, they worried Customs officers, thinking the urn was full of drugs, would stop them. Fung, like many others in Hong Kong, could not find a space to lay his loved one to rest in his own city and would have to settle for a site across the border and hours away. It's an increasingly common story as demand for spaces to house the dead outpaces supply here in the semi-autonomous Chinese territory of some 7.4 million people. Hong Kong's public, government-run spaces to store ashes -- which are affordable to the public, starting at $360 -- have waiting lists that can last years. But many Chinese, like Fung, strongly believe the ashes must be put in a resting place immediately as to not disrespect their ancestor's spirit. Meanwhile, a private space -- one that is not run by the government -- tends to start at more than $6,000 and can go for as high as $130,000. This is simply not an option for many families like the Fung's. In Hong Kong, most people cremate their loved ones and house the urns in columbariums, or spaces where people can then go to pay their respects. While burying a body is possible, the option is prohibitively expensive -- and besides, Hong Kong has a law that the body must be exhumed after six years, at which point one must be cremated.

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Compile c libraries for ARM by embeddedsupply

Freelancer.com - 8 hours 28 min ago
I need someone to cross-compile and flash ARM hardware with Linux Kernel, web-server(lighttpd), mqtt client library, and a simple serial port application. You must demonstrate the web-server is working using cgi GET/POST/PUT, General Purpose I/O are functioning, and bluetooth... (Budget: $250 - $750 CAD, Jobs: C Programming, C++ Programming, Linux, Microcontroller, Ubuntu)
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FreePBX Expert Needed by NerdRental

Freelancer.com - 8 hours 45 min ago
Hello, We need someone who is a FreePBX expert to do periodic maintenance and task for our system. We currently have a couple issues we need help with. This position is hourly. We currently... (Budget: $15 - $25 USD, Jobs: Apache, Asterisk PBX, Linux, PHP, VoIP)
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Patch Squid 3.5 to keep (not alter) the HTTP header order by jondonym

Freelancer.com - 8 hours 55 min ago
We use Squid as a caching forward proxy. We need to keep the header order of the browser. Problem: The current version of Squid 3.5 alters the order of the headers sent by the web browser. You can test... (Budget: €250 - €750 EUR, Jobs: C++ Programming, Git, Linux, Squid Cache)
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How to Monitor and Detect Modified Files using Tripwire IDS on Ubuntu 16.04

LinuxToday.com - 8 hours 57 min ago

HowToForge: Tripwire is a free and open source Intrusion Detection System (IDS).

Categories: Linux

Google Might Need To Recall the Pixel 2 XL Because of Defective Screens

Slashdot.org - 9 hours 7 min ago
An anonymous reader shares a report: You might want to hold off on buying a Pixel 2 XL until Google addresses its screen issues. Now that Google's new flagship Android phone is officially out and in people's hands, reports have come out that call into question the quality of its display. Pixel 2 XL owners took to social media to voice their complaints about discoloration and screen burn-in. The first issue Pixel 2 XL owners started noticing was the screen's inconsistent color temperature, most noticeable when viewing anything with a white background. From a dead-on vantage point, the screen has a warm color temperature. But shift your position off-angle just a bit, and you'll notice the color temperature changes to a bluish tint. Mashable has confirmed the color shifting on our Pixel 2 XL review unit. While there are some real advantages to OLED displays over traditional LCDs -- they're thinner, more power efficient, brighter, and display more vibrant colors and deeper blacks -- they're also prone to defects like screen burn-in. Even Samsung, the world's largest manufacturer of OLED displays, hasn't figured out how to perfect them. The Super AMOLED displays used in its Galaxy S8 and Note 8 phones are rated as the brightest screens for mobile devices by DisplayMate's Dr. Raymond Soneira, but they're still susceptible to burn-in. To prevent burn-in from the screen's virtual home button, Samsung's programmed it to move by a few pixels every few seconds. It's not a perfect solution, but it does the trick.

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Fedora 25: libwpd Security Update

LinuxSecurity.com - 9 hours 21 min ago
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