Remote Controlled Terminal | LAS 380

Remote Controlled Terminal | LAS 380

Share your terminal as a web application with anyone in the world in seconds, we’ll show you how. Why Ubuntu’s dominance over EC2 matters so much, Munich follow up, why Cortana can go suck a banana & more!

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GoTTY – Share your terminal as a web application

GoTTY is a simple command line tool that turns your CLI tools into web applications.


Download the latest binary file from the Releases page.

From the same developer

SSHH is a simple helper tool which executes the same SSH command running at a specified window/pane on tmux sessions. You can quickly duplicate your current SSH session into a new pane or window without searching your command history by using the sshh command.


Runs Linux

Burger King’s POS system – RUNS LINUX

Shannon B. writes in to say “I caught a computer rebooting at Burger King. It was running #Linux :)”

Desktop App Pick

Choqok Microblogging Client

Choqok ( pronounced: tʃœˈʁʊk ) is a Free/Open Source micro-blogging client for K Desktop Environment.

The name comes from an ancient Persian word, means Sparrow!

Currently supports, (Formerly known as, and services.

Weekly Spotlight


Main features
  • Integrated security information management solution combining Linux (Fedora), 389 Directory Server, MIT Kerberos, NTP, DNS, Dogtag certificate system, SSSD and others.
  • Built on top of well known Open Source components and standard protocols
  • Strong focus on ease of management and automation of installation and configuration tasks.
  • Full multi master replication for higher redundancy and scalability
  • Extensible management interfaces (CLI, Web UI, XMLRPC and JSONRPC API) and Python SDK

— NEWS —

​Ubuntu Linux continues to rule the cloud

By The _Cloud Market’s latest analysis of operating systems_on the _Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2), Ubuntu has approximately 135,000 instances. In second place, a long, long way back, you’ll find Amazon’s own Amazon Linux Amazon Machine Image (AMI), with 54,000. Lagging even farther behind, there’s Windows with 17,600 instances. In fourth and fifth place, you’ll find CentOS, 8,500, and Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL), 5,600._

The relative size of Amazon Web Service’s cloud compared to its competitors remains staggering

Here’s the one ‘major problem’ facing Munich after switching from Windows to Linux

“Most people don’t really realize that they have Linux and they do not really care,” said Jan-Marek Glogowski, a developer in the IT team at the City of Munich told the DebConf Debian developers meeting earlier this month.

“Even when some people were complaining about Linux we were looking at their PCs and there was actually Windows XP running on it,” he said of the early days after the move.

“Normal people don’t really care” about whether they are using Windows or a Linux-based OS, he said, “they want to do their stuff”.

Rather than unhappy users, the biggest challenge faced by the IT team at Munich is keeping the Ubuntu-based OS compatible with new hardware.

Glogowski labelled hardware support a “major problem” for the council as the number of PCs using Limux has grown, with about 18,000 machines currently running the OS.

Limux is based on Ubuntu LTS – a new version of which is released every two years – and in the interim between new releases the council is having to update the OS to support new hardware.

“After half a year the hardware stack which was delivered with the Ubuntu release or any other Linux release is normally too old for new hardware,” he said.

“What does that mean? It means you have a backported kernel, a backported DRM, a backported mesa, Xorg, xorg-drivers.”

Mycroft: An Open Source Artificial Intelligence For Everyone by Joshua Montgomery — Kickstarter

Uses natural language to control Internet of Things. Built on Raspberry Pi this whole home A.I. plays media, controls lights & more.

Linux workstation security checklist

This is a set of recommendations used by the Linux Foundation for their systems
administrators. All of LF employees are remote workers and we use this set of
guidelines to ensure that a sysadmin’s system passes core security requirements
in order to reduce the risk of it becoming an attack vector against the rest
of our infrastructure.

Even if your systems administrators are not remote workers, chances are that
they perform a lot of their work either from a portable laptop in a work
environment, or set up their home systems to access the work infrastructure
for after-hours/emergency support. In either case, you can adapt this set of
recommendations to suit your environment.


Mycroft Adds Linux Desktop Voice Controlled AI as Stretch Goal

Uses natural language to control Internet of Things. Built on Raspberry Pi this whole home A.I. plays media, controls lights & more.

Ships with an SSD by default. Our test unit did not.

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