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cpio: cap_set_file error when installing httpd RPM inside an LXC container

My physical machine runs Debian Jessie, and it has several LXC containers (mostly Debian and Ubuntu). Now I needed to test some software under CentOS, and I bumped into the following error when installing Apache HTTP server: 185 more words


Networking for Students – The Secret Sauce to Career Success


I’ve been to scores of speaker and networking events during my time at UD, and they have been one of the most valuable parts of my education. 804 more words

Networking 101 - tips for beginners

There is no getting away from it – the best jobs most often come from word-of-mouth. By word-of-mouth, I don’t necessarily mean from close friends or family, it can come from colleagues, lecturers, tutors, the corner dairy owner, ministers, shop assistants, friends of friends, people you might meet at a conference, a social event, even someone you meet while waiting for the bus!  231 more words


Weekend Rundown #8

Hello Dearest Readers and a Happy Weekend to You All!

I have to admit I have enjoyed the ride of the #AtoZChallenge but I have finally found the downside, the time constraint of keeping up with the alphabet keeps me from posting on more current occurrences.   442 more words

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Developing your professional narrative for first year students

By Jeff Jenkins, NCA senior assistant director and career counselor, serving students in the School of Communication, Weinberg, Bienen and School of Professional Studies. 662 more words

Career Development

Monday Mentor Minutes- Donald Krebs


Spartan Donald Krebs shares his journey within Supply Chain Management.

Don Krebs is a Supply Chain Manager for Edwards Lifesciences in Irvine, CA.  A packaging professional by education and experience, Don made a successful transition from various engineering functions to global supply chain management.  147 more words


FriendlyElec NanoPi NEO2, a better sub-$20 Linux computer

NanoPi NEO2 by FriendlyElec is a new sub-$20  Linux microcomputer, built on Allwinner H5 SoC, providing a Gigabit Ethernet and USB 2.0 interface. Also additional interfaces are possible via expansion headers (needs some soldering work). 283 more words