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Distribution Release: Proxmox 4.0 "Mail Gateway"

DistroWatch.com - Tue, 01/20/2015 - 23:39
Daniela Häsler has announced the release of Proxmox 4.0 "Mail Gateway" edition, a specialist email proxy based on Debian GNU/Linux 7.8: "Proxmox Server Solutions GmbH has released version 4.0 of its antispam and antivirus solution, Proxmox Mail Gateway. All packages have been updated and the new version is....
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Ubuntu: 2458-2: Ubufox update

LinuxSecurity.com - Tue, 01/20/2015 - 19:35
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Ubuntu: 2472-1: unzip vulnerabilities

LinuxSecurity.com - Tue, 01/20/2015 - 19:35
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Ubuntu: 2471-1: GParted vulnerability

LinuxSecurity.com - Tue, 01/20/2015 - 19:35
Categories: Linux

How to install Pydio on CentOS 7.0

HowtoForge.com - Tue, 01/20/2015 - 19:00
This guide explains how to configure Pydio in CentOS 7.0 Pydio (formerly AjaXplorer) is a mature open source software solution for file sharing and synchronization. With intuitive user interfaces (web / mobile / desktop), Pydio provides enterprise-grade features to gain back control and privacy of your data: user directory connectors, legacy filesystems drivers, comprehensive admin interface, and much more.
Categories: Linux

Distribution Release: Q4OS 0.5.24

DistroWatch.com - Tue, 01/20/2015 - 18:55
The developers of Q4OS have announced the availability of an updated build of Q4OS, a Debian-based Linux distribution with Trinity (a fork of KDE 3.5) as the distribution's preferred desktop: "Q4OS 0.5.24 released. New command-line tool to globally change display DPI is introduced in Q4OS to be usable....
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4-Day course with Penelope: How to start an online business

PenelopeTrunk.com - Tue, 01/20/2015 - 11:17

The course will be 8pm EST  Mon. Feb. 23 through Thurs. Feb. 26. It’s $195 but if you sign up in the next seven days, the cost is $147. The course includes four days of live video sessions, live chat and email-based course materials. If  you miss the live sessions you can view them on demand.  

Sign up now.

This course is a peek into the inner workings of my life; how I figure out how to make money no matter what situation I’m in. My personal life shifts quickly, in big ways, and I have had to be able to shift my financial life to keep up with that. Most of my tactics for financial survival have been quick launches of online businesses, one after another, depending on what my needs are in that moment.

I’ve launched plenty of online businesses over many phases of my life. I’ve launched an online business when I had no experience and learned everything about online marketing from a book. I launched an online business when I had unlimited time to invest in making the business huge. And I’ve launched an online business while I’m homeschooling, and all I really want is five minutes’ peace.

It’s been a long, interesting road, but now I know: there are five types of online businesses that work, and in this course you’ll know what I know from that long road as I teach you what works. And what doesn’t.

I’ll show you how to figure out which type of business if right for you. And which ones aren’t.

I’ll show you the tactics it takes to launch an online business, but I’ll also show you how to tailor the process to your strengths and your passions. You’ll be surprised by how much control you can have over your life once you know how to launch an online business.

Day one: Find the best business for you to launch

An online business is very low-cost to start. There is almost no overhead, you do not need investors and you can build your business at whatever pace you want. Which means you have a lot of choices—so many that it’s hard to know how to start.

Everyone has different reasons for wanting to start an online business. This session will help you find the business model that will actually help you build the life you want.

Do you want to earn some extra spending money on the side? Do you need a great job on your resume? Are you bored with your life, or looking for a new project?

This session will cover:

  • The 5 types of online businesses that work
  • The online business that best leverages your particular strengths
  • The type of online business that will meet your financial goals

Day Two: Make a launch plan

One reason an online business is so low-cost to launch is that you can customize your business to play to skills you already have. So much of success comes from self-knowledge. The more clearly you understand your strengths, the more smoothly your business will operate.

I’ve spent years testing launch plans, and I’ve made all the mistakes so you don’t have to. In this session you’ll learn best practices for people who are just like you. Once you have a blueprint for a successful launch, your confidence will increase and so will your productivity; there’s nothing like a clear, tactical plan to make you go after your dreams.

This session will cover:

  • The launch-plan template I’ve used many times for my own online businesses
  • 7 Low-cost ways to make your site look great from the start
  • How to shut down the noise and outside pressure and focus on the essentials of launching

Day Three: Make your first month great, and then you’re home free

 What you are really after is a sustainable online business, one you can count on to make money. To that end, we’ll focus this session on crafting systems that create customers.

I will show you the quick, free system I’ve developed for testing online business models, so you can find a system that works for you. We will explore the most popular strategies for drawing customers to your site, and teach you how to convert website traffic to paying customers.

This session will cover:

  • Proven systems online entrepreneurs use to generate sales
  • Tactics for pinpointing the weak spot in the sales process and fixing it
  • Methods for evaluating success; how to turn failures into success in just one day

Day Four: Live Q&A

This session will be a live workshop where I help you vet your ideas (so you know what businesses won’t work at all), and find the best business to launch. During this live Q&A I can give you direct feedback and answer any questions you have about running an online business.

The course will be 8pm EST  Mon. Feb. 23 through Thurs. Feb. 26. It’s $195 but if you sign up in the next seven days, the cost is $147. The course includes four days of live video sessions, live chat and email-based course materials. If  you miss the live sessions you can view them on demand. 

Sign up now.

Categories: Life

How to Safely Test Software Without Messing Up Your System

LifeHacker.com - Tue, 01/20/2015 - 11:00

The internet is full of sweet apps, but it's also packed with shady software. Before you install something awful, give yourself an infosec education. Here are the best tools to protect yourself out there when you're experimenting with new programs.

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Categories: Hacks

Stop Complaining About How Hard You Work

LifeHacker.com - Tue, 01/20/2015 - 10:30

"Ugh. I'm so overworked." It's such a common mantra that it cold almost become a motto for some of us. However, complaining about how much you work rarely does anything but hide your problems or make you feel worse. So stop.

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Categories: Hacks

Lastpass Is Now Available as a Dedicated Mac App

LifeHacker.com - Tue, 01/20/2015 - 10:00

Mac: Today, Lastpass launched a new Mac app for their password manager. On top of the same features you'd find in the browser extensions, you also get a new quick search to quickly find logins and some keyboard shortcuts to work with.

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Get Off The Couch With This Discounted Withings Pulse O2

LifeHacker.com - Tue, 01/20/2015 - 09:45

There's a horde of fitness-centric wearables out there competing for real estate on your wrist, but few track as many aspects of your life as the Withings Pulse O2, and you can own one for just $80 today.

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This Guide Teaches Designers How to Set the Mood with Lines

LifeHacker.com - Tue, 01/20/2015 - 09:30

Designers have a tough job, conveying ideas without words. While there are loads of elements that come together to make great images work, designer Zeven Design has created an excellent and thorough guide to one of the most essential pieces: lines.

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Categories: Hacks

Stop Answering "What's Your Greatest Weakness" with Badly-Spun Positives

LifeHacker.com - Tue, 01/20/2015 - 09:00

The idea that you should answer "what's your biggest weakness" in a job interview with something that's really just a positive trait ("I'm a workaholic!" or "I'm a perfectionist!") is something you'll hear often from career coaches. The truth is, just stop. Every interviewer everywhere has heard it before, and would rather you just be honest.

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How Do You Teach Your Kids about Money? 

LifeHacker.com - Tue, 01/20/2015 - 08:30

Learning some basic personal finance concepts at an early age can help kids make better financial decisions as they get older. But how do you teach these concepts, as a parent?

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Categories: Hacks

The 25 Most Popular Passwords of 2014: We're All Doomed

LifeHacker.com - Tue, 01/20/2015 - 08:06

It's 2015 and it would be nice to think that people had learned what makes a good password by now. They haven't. And this list of the 25 most popular passwords of 2014—maybe also make that the worst—proves it.

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Prioritize Your To-Dos with Sticky Notes and Masking Tape

LifeHacker.com - Tue, 01/20/2015 - 08:00

Prioritizing your to-dos when everything is important is no easy task, but the Eisenhower Decision Matrix is a great way to do it. Chris S Penn took that idea and blew it up into a simple grid he has on the wall behind him while he works, laid out with sticky notes for his to-dos and masking tape to keep everything in place. Here's how it works.

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Categories: Hacks

Eight Big Benefits of Software-Defined Networking

ServerWatch - Tue, 01/20/2015 - 07:49

Cloud service providers that want to ensure customers can move their virtualized workloads without requiring much planning can certainly benefit from Software-Defined Networking (SDN).

Categories: Linux

Alongways Mobile Finds Interesting Spots to Stop on Your Road Trip

LifeHacker.com - Tue, 01/20/2015 - 07:30

Android/iOS: Alongways, the service that finds interesting and useful places to stop along your road trip route , just took the wraps off of new mobile apps for iOS and Android that will guide you to interesting sights, places to eat, historic landmarks, and more while you're already on the road—perfect if you'd like a little adventure.

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The current state of video editing for Linux

OpenSource.com - Tue, 01/20/2015 - 07:00

I often ask myself what the current state of video editing is for free and open source software (FOSS). Here are my thoughts.


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