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The National Geospatial Agency has released seven open source tools on GitHub The National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA) provides agencies with critical and often- classified …

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This article should interest DIY enthusiasts, providing them with the knowhow to generate multiple customised certificates using GIMP. With a little bit of Python …

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Chef is the answer when managing dynamic infrastructure. It automates how applications are configured, deployed and managed across your network, irrespective of its size. …

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For a systems administrator controlling hundreds of Linux servers, not an uncommon scenario in an era of Big Data, it could be rather overwhelming …

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Delving deeper into Emacs, this article takes a look at shells, spell-checkers, abbreviations and printing with Emacs. In this article in the GNU Emacs …

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In this popular series on creating mobile apps using App Inventor 2, the author presents yet another useful app which can be used to …

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Graphs can be created in several ways, ranging from manual to the use of computers and sophisticated graph-drawing software packages. This article gives a …

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Kivy is a cross-platform Python library, which can be used for the rapid development of apps that make use of innovative interfaces. This tutorial …

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Systems administrators can now manage security in one centrally located place with FreeIPA, which handles authentication, authorisation and account information. They have the benefit …

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Continuing with our series on Chef, we take a look at cookbook creation, knife tool usage for recipe templates and a case study on …