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6 Open Source Android Alternative Operating Systems For Mobiles - Fossbytes

Linux News - 14 hours 39 min ago
6 Open Source Android Alternative Operating Systems For Mobiles  Fossbytes

In the wake of the ongoing US-Huawei-Google tussle, many Android enthusiasts are wondering about the different alternative phone operating systems that are ...

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Need OpenVPN expert

Freelancer.com - 15 hours 6 sec ago
I need an OpenVPN expert that know so much about it and very skilled developer too. (Budget: $30 - $250 USD, Jobs: Linux, MySQL, Network Administration, OpenVPN, System Admin)
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Looking for expert in google cloud expert, Dataproc and python

Freelancer.com - 15 hours 26 min ago
Looking for expert in google cloud expert, Dataproc and python (Budget: ₹1500 - ₹12500 INR, Jobs: Data Processing, Google Cloud Platform, Linux, Python, Software Architecture)
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Help me host my website! SSL Certificate, database and more..

Freelancer.com - 15 hours 26 min ago
I am owner of a website solution (but did not program it). For the first time I want to host it by myself. I made it run to a certain point, but the following things are missing: - I want to host the solution two times (duplicates), reachable on different ports... (Budget: €12 - €18 EUR, Jobs: Apache, HTML, Linux, MySQL, PHP)
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Teach me how to create SMTP server on OVH and Contabo

Freelancer.com - 15 hours 42 min ago
I am looking for a freelancer who can teach and assist me in creating SMTP/PMTA server for mass emailing using mailwizz. I want to learn IP rotation, server creation, virtual panel, create email and bounce id, pmta/smtp integration with mailwizz... (Budget: ₹1500 - ₹12500 INR, Jobs: Bulk Marketing, Email Handling, Email Marketing, Linux, Server)
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Huawei Has Now Been Cut Off By the SD Association, Wi-Fi Alliance

Slashdot.org - 15 hours 47 min ago
Both the SD Association and Wi-Fi Alliance have cut ties with Huawei following President Trump's executive order barring companies from doing business with the Chinese company. PhoneDog reports: First up, Huawei has been removed the from the SD Association, a non-profit group that sets the standards for SD and microSD cards. Huawei's name has been removed from the organization's website, and the SD Association confirmed to Android Authority that it's complying with the recent executive order that placed Huawei on the Entity List. This news won't affect existing Huawei phones' ability to accept microSD cards, but the company declined to comment on the effect that it'll have on future models. It likely means that future Huawei devices won't be able to use microSD cards. Huawei does have its own Nano Memory Card format that it can use in its smartphones, though. Meanwhile, the Wi-Fi Alliance has confirmed to Nikkei that it's "temporarily restricted" Huawei's participation in its activities. "Huawei values its relationships with all partners and associations around the world and understands the difficult situation they are in," Huawei said in response to this news. "We are hopeful this situation will be resolved and are working to find the best solution." Google and ARM also recently stopped working with Huawei. Earlier this week, ARM told staff it must suspend business with the company. Google also suspended business with Huawei that requires the transfer of hardware and software products, except those covered by open source licenses.

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Ubiquiti expert to solve nano connectivity issue

Freelancer.com - 16 hours 29 min ago
We having some issues with nano client connecting tp the prism in an exisitng setup. Need someone to remotely login and help troubleshoot and resolve the issue. Should be available immediately to support. (Budget: $2 - $8 AUD, Jobs: Engineering, Linux, Network Administration, System Admin)
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charles http proxy ssl proxing setup

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AWS Expert Needed

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i m looking aws engineer who have good experience in vps and linux server knowledge i just want make private ip address by vpc or elastic IP address and it should be 255 unique ip per vpc (Budget: ₹600 - ₹1500 INR, Jobs: Amazon Web Services, Linux, System Admin, Ubuntu, Web Hosting)
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Ubantu trainings

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zafara & MySql crash recovery

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We are a IT Infrastructure and Software product development company based out of Bangalore, India. We have running a Zarafa mail server since the past 4 years, last week the server went down due to system crash & power issues... (Budget: ₹150000 - ₹250000 INR, Jobs: Database Administration, Database Programming, Linux, MySQL, PHP)
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'Phenomenal' 2,300-Year-Old Bark Shield Found In Leicestershire

Slashdot.org - 18 hours 47 min ago
pgmrdlm shares a report from The Guardian: An "astonishing and unparalleled" 2,300-year-old shield made of tree bark has been discovered in Leicestershire, the only example of its kind ever found in Europe. The shield was discovered in 2015 by archaeologists from the University of Leicester Archaeological Service in a site close to the River Soar. Organic objects from the period very rarely survive, but the shield was preserved in waterlogged soil and may have been deposited in a water-filled pit, according to Matt Beamish, the lead archaeologist for the service. Bark shields of the period were entirely unknown in the northern hemisphere, he told the Guardian, and the assumption was that the material may have been too flimsy for use in war. However experiments to remake the weapon in alder and willow showed the 3mm-thick shield would have been tough enough for battle but incredibly light. It was likely that, contrary to assumptions, similar weapons were widespread, Beamish said. The shield is made from green bark that has been stiffened with internal wooden laths, described by Beamish as "like a whalebone corset of split hardwood," and surrounded by a rim of hazel, with a twisted willow boss. The malleable green wood would then tighten as it dried, giving the shield its strength and forming the rounded rectangles into a slightly "waisted" shape, like a subtle figure of eight. The University of York and University of Leicester have both released statements on the discovery.

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odoo8 / odoo 12 installation on unentu 16.04

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odoo8 / odoo 12 installation on unentu 16.04 using teamviewer / anydesk 3 pc (Budget: ₹600 - ₹1500 INR, Jobs: ERP, Linux, Python)
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Looking for expert in google cloud platform, Dataproc and python

Freelancer.com - 21 hours 1 min ago
Looking for expert in google cloud platform, Dataproc and python (Budget: ₹1500 - ₹12500 INR, Jobs: Data Processing, Google Cloud Platform, Linux, Python, Software Architecture)
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Parents Are Spending Thousands On YouTube Camps That Teach Kids How To Be Famous

Slashdot.org - Fri, 05/24/2019 - 22:30
An anonymous reader quotes a report from the Daily Dot: Various YouTube summer camps have begun launching across the nation, designed to turn regular elementary and middle-school-aged children into bonfire internet sensations. Per a recent report from the Wall Street Journal, parents are spending nearly $1,000 dollars a week for their children to learn how to create branded social media-related content. Though YouTube is not affiliated with or in any communication with any summer program, such camps are on the rise, and parents with means have made them a thing. One summer camp gaining traction is YouTube STAR Creator Studio. Located in Culver City, California, its website states that it "branches out from traditional storytelling to how to create the fun and hilarious content that kids love to watch." The camp is designed for those in first through sixth grade, according to the website, and charges $375 dollars a week. Another prominent company is Level Up, which, according to the organization, became the first company in North America to offer YouTube classes and camps when it opened five years ago. Level Up takes an educational approach toward the platform to attract kids who "want to learn how to create an awesome YouTube channel," and promises that the class will give students the "skills to create engaging videos." The topics covered in Level Up's the summer camp range from learning how to interview people, draft storyboard ideas, and source and sync audio files. "[At our program] younger students are only able to use their parents' accounts," Level Up Founder and CEO Jeff Hughes said. "We work hard to protect the child's and parent's privacy. All of the channels and videos are set as private. All comments are disabled for safety. In addition, we have some parents who want their children to learn the skills but don't want their videos posted yet. In that case, we go through the entire creation process with the exception of uploading. We store them on a thumb drive or Google drive for the parents to bring home."

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Installation of windows server in linux virtual environment

Freelancer.com - Fri, 05/24/2019 - 21:57
1- You will install, deploy and manage services of a windows server version in a Linux virtual environment 2- You will need to optimize the Linux host for the performance of the windows server and design... (Budget: $250 - $750 USD, Jobs: Linux, Network Administration, System Admin, Windows Server)
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AWS Server Setup and BIM Server setup

Freelancer.com - Fri, 05/24/2019 - 21:49
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Small C++ project using gtkmm library -- 2

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Perl moneyrobot clone that can run from Linux shell -- 2

Freelancer.com - Fri, 05/24/2019 - 20:32
Need an application like moneyrobot written in Perl that can run from Linux shell. You must reply with the full project password: ireadthisproject89 to be considered. Responses without the password... (Budget: $10 - $30 AUD, Jobs: Linux, MySQL, Perl, Shell Script, UNIX)
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China Unveils 373 MPH Maglev Train Prototype

Slashdot.org - Fri, 05/24/2019 - 20:20
China has unveiled a new floating bullet train capable of hitting speeds of about 372 mph (600 km/h). CNN reports: On Thursday, the body prototype for the country's latest high-speed magnetic-levitation (maglev) train project rolled off the assembly line in the eastern Chinese city of Qingdao. Developed by the state-owned China Railway Rolling Stock Corporation (CRRC) -- the world's largest supplier of rail transit equipment -- the sleek-looking train is scheduled to go into commercial production in 2021 following extensive tests. Maglev trains use magnetic repulsion both to levitate the train up from the ground, which reduces friction, and to propel it forward. The project was co-created by Shanghai Maglev Transportation Development Co. Ltd., a German Consortium consisting of Siemens AG, Thyssen Transrapid GMBH and Transrapid International GMBH. "Take Beijing to Shanghai as an example -- counting preparation time for the journey, it takes about 4.5 hours by plane, about 5.5 hours by high-speed rail, and [would only take] about 3.5 hours with [the new] high-speed maglev," said CRRC deputy chief engineer Ding Sansan, head of the train's research and development team, in a statement. For comparison, current trains on the Beijing-Shanghai line have a maximum operating speed of about 217 mph (350 km/h).

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