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[#] Mon Jan 25 2021 06:30:58 EST from rss <>

Subject: Fanless embedded PC supports industrial GRE Tiger Lake CPUs

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Avalue’s fanless, rugged “EMS-TGL” embedded PC runs Linux or Win 10 on embedded versions of Intel’s 11th Gen ULP3 Core CPUs with up to 64GB DDR4-3200, 3x M.2, 1GbE and 2.5GbE ports, and optional “IET” expansion. Avalue, which recently launched a pair of NUC-APL mini-PCs based on Intel’s Apollo Lake, announced a larger, but similarly […]

[#] Mon Jan 25 2021 08:50:35 EST from rss <>

Subject: Setting up Connection pooling on TomCat 9.0.41 Java Web Server

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This Howto follows official guidelines and might be a bit more straight forward and easier to reproduce then original . That is a way I was able to get JNDI up and running on 9.0.41 release . I have also compiled in one post displaying mariadb's table data via Servlet and via JSP based on utilizing tags supported via the most recent versions of taglibs 1.2.5.

[#] Mon Jan 25 2021 10:52:33 EST from rss <>

Subject: 9to5Linux Weekly Roundup: January 24th, 2021 (1st Anniversary)

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The seventeenth installment of the 9to5Linux Weekly Roundup is out, for the week ending on January 24th, keeping you guys up to date with the most important things happening in the Linux world.

[#] Mon Jan 25 2021 11:53:32 EST from rss <>

Subject: Important Issues Not Entertained in the Community, Especially Critics of the Status Quo

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There’s corporate infiltration inside communities (for oligarchy hunts volunteer, unpaid labour) and those who speak about that as a threat to our cause and objectives are painted as misguided outcasts who must be ignored

[#] Mon Jan 25 2021 13:09:47 EST from rss <>

Subject: Zeal - simple offline documentation browser

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Zeal is billed as a simple offline documentation browser. It offers easy access to a huge database of documentation, API manuals, and code snippets.

[#] Mon Jan 25 2021 14:26:02 EST from rss <>

Subject: Why you need to drop ifconfig for ip

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For a long time, the ifconfig command was the default method for configuring a network interface. It served Linux users well, but networking is complex, and the commands to configure it must be robust. The ip command is the new default networking command for modern systems, and in this article, I'll show you how to use more

[#] Mon Jan 25 2021 15:42:18 EST from rss <>

Subject: An Introduction to Brace Expansion in BASH

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Learn the basics of using Brace Expansion in BASH to become an efficient command line user.

[#] Mon Jan 25 2021 16:43:17 EST from rss <>

Subject: PDF Arranger 1.7.0 Released With New Features And Enhancements

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PDF Arranger 1.7.0 has been released with new features, like the ability to crop white borders, allow export to individual files, allow selection of odd or even pages, support for editing more PDF metadata tags, and more.

[#] Mon Jan 25 2021 17:59:32 EST from rss <>

Subject: Explore binaries using this full-featured Linux tool

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In 10 ways to analyze binary files on Linux, I explained how to use Linux's rich set of native tools to analyze binaries. But if you want to explore your binary further, you need a tool that is custom-made for binary analysis. If you are new to binary analysis and have mostly worked with scripting languages, 9 essential GNU binutils tools will help you get started learning the compilation process and what constitutes a more

[#] Mon Jan 25 2021 19:15:47 EST from rss <>

Subject: Convert your filesystem to Btrfs

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An in depth howto for converting an existing filesystem to BTRFS on Fedora.

[#] Mon Jan 25 2021 20:32:02 EST from rss <>

Subject: How to boot multiple ISO images from one USB drive on Linux

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A typical bootable USB drive or memory stick can only boot from a single ISO file stored on the drive, which is not only inconvenient but also wasteful for a large USB storage. This tutorial covers how to create a multi-ISO USB drive using an open-source tool called Ventoy.

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