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Monitoring sucks

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GNU/LinuxMonitoring Sucks is a project on Github. the tool repos has a collection of monitoring tools seen, presumably on Linux.
 
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Ubuntu on Intel Z3735F devices

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GNU/LinuxIn case you have one of these devices,
 
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Fedora 23

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GNU/LinuxFedora 23 has been released. Release notes, common bugs,
 
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Linux: System Hardening resources

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GNU/LinuxFrom The Linux Works blog: List of Linux System Hardening Resources. Good to know about.
 
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zfs on Linux

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GNU/LinuxMaybe I should play with ZFS on Linux? First there is ZFS on Linux, with packages for Debian, Fedora, Ubuntu and more.
 
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Castnow

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GNU/LinuxCastnow is a Chromecast client for Linux.
 
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Debian 8 "Jessie" is here

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GNU/LinuxDebian 8 "Jessie" has been released: "After almost 24 months of constant development the Debian project is proud to present its new stable version 8 (code name “Jessie”), which will be supported for the next 5 years thanks to the combined work of the Debian Security team and of the Debian Long Term Support team."
 
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e-book tools for Linux

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GNU/LinuxOver at LinuxLinks, there is an article Excellent e-book Tools. Good to know.
 
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How to set up a 3-node CoreOS cluster, just for fun

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GNU/LinuxAlso from LinuxBSDos.com: How to set up a 3-node CoreOS cluster, just for fun explains how to set up a cluster of virtual machines using CoreOS, VirtualBox and Vagrant.
 
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Delete boot manager from a UEFI boot menu

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GNU/LinuxFrom LinuxBSDs.com: How to delete boot managers from a UEFI boot menu. Useful if you have messed up your UEFI boot menu.
 
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