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Create PPTP VPN server on Linux/Ubuntu data centre server

Freelancer.com - 1 hour 26 min ago
We have a Linux server running Ubuntu 16.10. We have root IP XX.101.174.98 an 5 additional usable IPs from a different range (XX.74.193.154 - XX.74.193.158). We want to create a PPTP server with routing tables that allows 5 users per IP... (Budget: €30 - €250 EUR, Jobs: Debian, Linux, Network Administration, System Admin, Ubuntu)
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Operating System developer expert needed for small tasks

Freelancer.com - 1 hour 41 min ago
I have few small tasks related to Operating Systems. (Budget: $10 - $30 USD, Jobs: C Programming, C# Programming, C++ Programming, Linux, Software Architecture)
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LINUX Experience! Looking for Blog writer for WordPress websites in the Linux, Web Hosting, VPN niche, 10 Blog Posts, 1 USD/ 1000 Words, with SEO!

Freelancer.com - 1 hour 49 min ago
PLEASE WRITE DOWN HOW MUCH LINUX EXPERIENCE DO YOU HAVE! Hey there! You are bidding to create 10 Blog Posts 300-400 words each with the below-described specifics and requirements! Your job will be to create unique and original web-content/blogs/articles on some of my websites... (Budget: $30 - $250 USD, Jobs: Blog, Linux, SEO, Web Hosting, WordPress)
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You have very good knowledge of Drupal 7 and Drupal 8?

Freelancer.com - 2 hours 9 min ago
We want you to guide us with our drupal project. Tasks to start will be theme, user registration prozess. You will see. You will work by remote. (Budget: €6 - €12 EUR, Jobs: Drupal, Linux, System Admin, Ubuntu, Website Design)
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Kansas Towns 'Rebel' Against Zuckerberg-Funded School Programs

Slashdot.org - 3 hours 5 min ago
"I want to just take my Chromebook back and tell them I'm not doing it anymore," said Kallee Forslund, 16, a 10th grader in Wellington. The New York Times reports on a "rebellion" that started in Kansas against an online "personalized learning" program funded by Mark Zuckerberg and his wife, and developed by Facebook engineers -- including a classroom walk-out, a sit-in, and parent protests at public school board meetings. Read the Times' pay-walled original article or this free alternate version. Some highlights: Eight months earlier, public schools near Wichita had rolled out a web-based platform and curriculum from Summit Learning... Many families in the Kansas towns, which have grappled with underfunded public schools and deteriorating test scores, initially embraced the change. Under Summit's program, students spend much of the day on their laptops and go online for lesson plans and quizzes, which they complete at their own pace. Teachers assist students with the work, hold mentoring sessions and lead special projects. The system is free to schools. The laptops are typically bought separately. Then, students started coming home with headaches and hand cramps. Some said they felt more anxious. One child began having a recurrence of seizures. Another asked to bring her dad's hunting earmuffs to class to block out classmates because work was now done largely alone. "We're allowing the computers to teach and the kids all looked like zombies," said Tyson Koenig, a factory supervisor in McPherson, who visited his son's fourth-grade class. In October, he pulled the 10-year-old out of the school. In a school district survey of McPherson middle school parents released this month, 77 percent of respondents said they preferred their child not be in a classroom that uses Summit. More than 80 percent said their children had expressed concerns about the platform... The resistance in Kansas is part of mounting nationwide opposition to Summit, which began trials of its system in public schools four years ago and is now in around 380 schools and used by 74,000 students. In Brooklyn, high school students walked out in November after their school started using Summit's platform. In Indiana, Pa., after a survey by Indiana University of Pennsylvania found 70 percent of students wanted Summit dropped or made optional, the school board scaled it back and then voted this month to terminate it. And in Cheshire, Conn., the program was cut after protests in 2017... By [this] winter, many McPherson and Wellington students were fed up. While Summit's program asks schools to commit to having students meet weekly in person with teachers for at least 10 minutes, some children said the sessions lasted around two minutes or did not happen. The Parent Coalition for Student Privacy says the program also "demands an extraordinary amount of personal information about each student and plans to track them through college and beyond." But the real concern is whether the programs are effective. The Times also spoke to a senior scientist at the RAND corporation who's studied digital customized learning programs, who acknowledges "There has not been enough research." And a Wellington city councilman told them that 12 parents actually pulled their children out of the school system after this year's first semester -- and nearly 40 more plan to do so by summer vacation. One church secretary (with two school-age children) even coined a pithy slogan for her yard sign: "Don't Plummet With Summit."

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