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Infrastructure Linux News for Jan 14, 2013

  • The Importance of Securing a Linux Web Server (Jan 14, 2013, 19:00)
    Linuxaria: Many risks are possible from a compromise including using the web server into a source of malware, creating a spam-sending relay, a web or TCP proxy, or other malicious activity.

  • Arch Linux on Raspberry Pi Running XFCE (Jan 14, 2013, 15:00)
    Looking For The Source Code Of Life, LINUX and More: Here I am going to discuss how I managed to get Arch up and running with XFCE, a login manager and a web browser.

  • Track Photo Locations on Android Device using GPS Map (Jan 14, 2013, 14:00)
    Scribbles and Snaps: Adding a placemark in GPS Map requires several steps, but ultimately it’s a rather straightforward thing to do.

  • The 10 oldest, significant open source programs (Jan 14, 2013, 13:00)
    ZDNet: I've focused on major programs, which are still being used today.

  • Touchscreen proliferation could open desktop to Android (Jan 14, 2013, 12:00)
    PC World: As touchscreens become standard in PCs, they will eliminate an obstacle to moving Android to the desktop.

  • Fedora still has issues with secure boot (Jan 14, 2013, 09:00)
    IT Wire: Three days before its scheduled release, Fedora 18 still has some issues when confronted with a computer that is running Windows 8 with secure boot enabled, if one goes by the latest testing image available online.

  • Has Google Become Institution-Bound? (Jan 14, 2013, 08:00)
    Living Linux in a Windows world: If you have caught the gist of where we are going with the article, it will come as no great surprise to hear that it took forever to get Google's attention regarding broken wifi network behavior with the Nexus 4.