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[#] Thu Apr 29 2021 14:35:14 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Linux tips for using GNU Screen

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To the average user, a terminal window can be baffling and cryptic. But as you learn more about the Linux terminal, it doesn't take long before you realize how efficient and powerful it is. It also doesn't take long for you to want it to be even more efficient, though, and what better way to make your terminal better than to put more terminals into your terminal?read more

[#] Thu Apr 29 2021 15:39:53 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to install Odoo 11 on CentOS 7 with Nginx as a Reverse Proxy

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In this tutorial, we will guide you through the steps of installing Odoo 11 on CentOS 7. We will also install Nginx and configure it as a reverse proxy. Odoo (formerly OpenERP) is a simple and intuitive suite of open-source enterprise management applications such as Website Builder, eCommerce, CRM, Accounting, Manufacturing, Project and Warehouse Management, Human Resources, Marketing, and many more.

[#] Thu Apr 29 2021 16:56:09 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to Use Nmap Script Engine (NSE) Scripts in Linux

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Nmap is a popular, powerful and cross-platform command-line network security scanner and exploration tool. It can also help you get an overview of systems that connected your network; you can use it to find out all IP addresses of live hosts, scan open ports and services running on those hosts, and so much more.

[#] Thu Apr 29 2021 18:12:25 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to work with the Woocommerce REST API with Python

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In this tutorial we will see how to interact with the Woocommerce API using the Python programming language, showing how to list, create, update and delete products and categories.

[#] Thu Apr 29 2021 19:30:01 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Updated 8 Command Line Tools for Browsing Websites and Downloading Files in Linux

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In the last article, we have covered few useful tools like ‘rTorrent‘, ‘wget‘, ‘cURL‘, ‘w3m‘, and ‘Elinks‘. We got lots of responses to cover few other tools of the same genre, if you’ve missed the first part you can go through it.

[#] Thu Apr 29 2021 20:47:57 EDT from rss <>

Subject: The most popular Fedora Linux in years rolls out

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Fedora 34 is now available, but even before it arrived it was getting a lot of attention.

[#] Thu Apr 29 2021 21:51:11 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Gentoo-Based Calculate Linux 21 Released with New Gaming Flavor, LXQt 0.17 and Xfce 4.16

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The Russian made Calculate Linux distribution has been updated to version 21, the first release of this Gentoo-based distro in 2021 bringing some of the latest GNU/Linux technologies and a new flavor.

[#] Thu Apr 29 2021 23:07:25 EDT from rss <>

Subject: 5 Linux Command Line Based Tools for Downloading Files and Browsing Websites

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Linux command-line, the most adventurous and fascinating part of GNU/Linux is a very cool and powerful tool. A command-line itself is very productive and the availability of various inbuilt and third-party command-line applications makes Linux robust and powerful. The Linux Shell supports a variety of web applications of various kinds be it torrent downloader, dedicated downloader, or internet surfing.

[#] Fri Apr 30 2021 00:23:40 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Upgrade your Linux PC hardware using open source tools

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In my article on identifying Linux performance bottlenecks using open source tools, I explained some simple ways to monitor Linux performance using open source graphical user interface (GUI) tools. I focused on identifying performance bottlenecks, situations where a hardware resource reaches its limits and holds back your PC[he]#039[/he]s more

[#] Fri Apr 30 2021 01:40:58 EDT from rss <>

Subject: openSUSE Leap 15.3 RC Released. Download and Test Now!

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The upcoming openSUSE Leap 15.3 RC is released for developers and testers. We round up the changes and give you the details on the download.

[#] Fri Apr 30 2021 03:00:57 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Ubuntu certified system runs on AMD R1000 as low as 6W

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DFI unveiled an “EC90A-GH” industrial mini-PC built around its Ryzen R1000 based GHF51 SBC. These are among the first products to support the 6W R1102G and the first industrial systems to offer certified Ubuntu Core OTA updates. DFI has announced a fanless, 110 x 80 x 60mm embedded system called the EC90A-GH built around its […]

[#] Fri Apr 30 2021 04:03:51 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Flatcar Linux takes the 520, drives up to Redmond: Microsoft acquires Kinvolk

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It's safe with us, says Microsoft - but wasn't that what Red Hat said about CoreOS Container Linux? Microsoft has acquired Kinvolk, a German open source company whose best known project is Flatcar Container Linux, a distribution designed for container workloads.…

[#] Fri Apr 30 2021 05:20:42 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How To Enable RPM Fusion Repository In Fedora, RHEL

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In this brief guide, we will see what is RPM Fusion repository, why should we install RPM Fusion repository, and finally how to enable RPM Fusion repository in Fedora, RHEL, and its clones like CentOS, AlmaLinux distributions.

[#] Fri Apr 30 2021 06:36:57 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Total War: ROME REMASTERED from Feral Interactive is out now for Linux

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Total War: ROME REMASTERED from game developer / porter Feral Interactive and Creative Assembly with SEGA as publisher is now officially out with Linux support.

[#] Fri Apr 30 2021 07:53:12 EDT from rss <>

Subject: MongoDB Replica Set with Master-Slave Replication and Automated Failover

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A replica set is a group of MongoDB database nodes used for defining database clusters with master-slave replication and automated failover. A replica set contains a single primary node, multiple secondary nodes, and an arbiter node. In this post, we will explain how to set up a MongoDB replica set with three nodes. We will also show you how to create an environment, configure authentication between multiple database nodes and finally configure the replication between all nodes.

[#] Fri Apr 30 2021 09:09:28 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Plasma Mobile Update Introduces New App to Listen to YouTube Music, Multiple Homescreen Pages

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The KDE Project announced today the availability of the March and April 2021 updates for their Plasma Mobile UI for Linux-powered smartphones, sharing details of new and updated apps, as well as new features.

[#] Fri Apr 30 2021 10:25:42 EDT from rss <>

Subject: $20 add-on provides Real-Time Clock for the Raspberry Pi

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On Kickstarter: a $20 “USB RTC for Raspberry Pi” Real-Time Clock add-on that plugs into a Pi’s USB port with a USB-to-UART/I2C converter to enable accurate timestamps. A start-up led by Amrit Singh has successfully launched a Real-Time Clock add-on for the Raspberry Pi to record the passing of time and provide timestamps. The $14 […]

[#] Fri Apr 30 2021 11:41:58 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Access an alternate internet with OpenNIC

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In the words of Dan Kaminsky, the legendary DNS hacker, "the Internet's proven to be a pretty big deal for global society." For the Internet to work, computers must be able to find one another on the most complex network of all: the World Wide Web. This was the problem posed to government workers and academic IT staff a few decades ago, and it's their solutions that we use more

[#] Fri Apr 30 2021 12:46:06 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Access freenode using Matrix clients

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This article is a guide on how to register, identify and join freenode channels from Matrix clients using the Matrix IRC bridge.

[#] Fri Apr 30 2021 14:02:21 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Linux for Starters: Your Guide to Linux – Introduction

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Linux for Starters offers a gentle introduction to Linux for newcomers. Let’s kick off this series with the very basics.

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