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[#] Mon May 17 2021 01:15:49 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to Install Drupal 9 on Fedora 34

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This tutorial shows you how to install Drupal 9 CMS on Fedora 34. We will use Apache as the webserver and MariaDB for the database.

https://www.howtoforge.com/how-to-install-drupal-9-on-fedora-34/

[#] Mon May 17 2021 12:04:21 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to setup FTP/SFTP server and client on AlmaLinux

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FTP and SFTP are great protocols for downloading files from a remote or local server, or uploading files onto the server. FTP will suffice for some situations, but for connections over the internet, SFTP is recommended. In other words, FTP is not secure to use over an internet connection, since your credentials and data are transmitted without encryption. The 'S' in SFTP stands for 'Secure' and tunnels the FTP protocol through SSH, providing the encryption needed to establish a secure connection.

https://linuxconfig.org/how-to-setup-ftp-sftp-server-and-client-on-almalinux

[#] Mon May 17 2021 14:21:35 EDT from rss <>

Subject: LFCA: How to Improve Linux Network Security – Part 19

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In an ever-connected world, network security is increasingly becoming one of the areas where organizations invest a great deal of time and resources. This is because a company’s network is the backbone of any IT infrastructure and connects all the servers and network devices.

https://www.tecmint.com/linux-network-security/

[#] Mon May 17 2021 16:31:37 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Convenient matrices and other improvements Python 3.5 brought us

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This is the sixth in a series of articles about features that first appeared in a version of Python 3.x. Python 3.5 was first released in 2015, and even though it has been out for a long time, many of the features it introduced are underused and pretty cool. Here are three of them.The @ operatorThe @ operator is unique in Python in that there are no objects in the standard library that implement it! It was added for use in mathematical packages that have matrices.read more

https://opensource.com/article/21/5/python-35-features

[#] Mon May 17 2021 18:33:36 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Run Linux on Refurbished Mini PCs – RAM – Part 5

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In this article we offer our recommendations about the type of RAM, the amount of RAM, and other factors to consider when buying a refurbished mini PC for running Linux as a desktop computer.

https://www.linuxlinks.com/linux-refurbished-mini-pc-ram/

[#] Mon May 17 2021 20:53:52 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Integrate AppImages to Application menu using AppImageLauncher in Linux

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This guide explains what is AppImageLauncher and how to integrate AppImages to application menu using AppImageLauncher utility in Linux.

https://ostechnix.com/integrate-appimages-to-application-menu-using-appimagelauncher/

[#] Mon May 17 2021 23:11:07 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Use open source tools to set up a private VPN

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Getting from one place to another over a computer network can be a tricky thing. Aside from knowing the right address and opening the right ports, there's the question of security. For Linux, SSH is a popular default, and while there's a lot you can do with SSH it's still "just" a secure shell (that's what SSH stands for, in fact.) A broader protocol for encrypted traffic is VPN, which creates a unique, virtual private network between two points.read more

https://opensource.com/article/21/5/open-source-private-vpn

[#] Tue May 18 2021 01:13:07 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Updated Top Hex Editors for Linux

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In simple words, a hex editor allows you to examine and edit binary files. The difference between a regular text editor and the hex editor is that the regular editor represents the logical content of the file, while a hex editor represents the physical contents of the file.

https://www.tecmint.com/best-hex-editors-for-linux/

[#] Tue May 18 2021 03:30:25 EDT from rss <>

Subject: GeckoLinux Switches to Btrfs by Default, Now Offers GNOME 40.1, LXQt 0.17, and Budgie 10.5.3

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The openSUSE-based GeckoLinux distribution has a new release today for its ROLLING series, which is derived directly from unmodified openSUSE Tumbleweed and Packman repositories, switching to Btrfs by default and offering the latest desktop environments.

https://9to5linux.com/geckolinux-switches-to-btrfs-by-default-now-offers-gnome-40-1-lxqt-0-17-and-budgie-10-5-3

[#] Tue May 18 2021 05:32:23 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Firefly launches $89 and up SBC with an RK3566 and M.2 storage

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Firefly has launched a “ROC-RK3566-PC” SBC with a Rockchip RK3566 and 2GB ($89) or 4GB ($119) RAM plus 32GB eMMC, GbE, WiFi/BT, MIPI, HDMI, M.2, and 3x USB. Specs have also been posted for a RK3568-based model. T-Chip Technology’s Firefly community project is continuing its transition to Rockchip’s quad-core, Cortex-A55 based RK3566 and RK3568 by […]

http://linuxgizmos.com/firefly-launches-89-and-up-sbc-with-a-rk3566/

[#] Tue May 18 2021 07:49:39 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to Sort Files in Ubuntu (GUI and Shell)

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In this article, I will explain how to sort files in a Ubuntu system using the Nautilus File Manager (the GUI) and the ls command (the command line).

https://vitux.com/how-to-sort-files-in-ubuntu-gui-and-shell/

[#] Tue May 18 2021 10:06:52 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Microsoft sheds some light on perplexing Outlook blank email incident: Word was to blame

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Office 365 users learn that Microsoft can make or break their productivity every 4 hours. Microsoft has published a Preliminary Post Incident Report on last week's events which broke Outlook on Windows for millions of users, making emails impossible to view or create.…

https://go.theregister.com/feed/www.theregister.com/2021/05/17/outlook_incident_report/

[#] Tue May 18 2021 12:08:52 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to Create a File in Linux Using Terminal

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This tutorial shows how to create a file using the Linux command line in 3 different ways using the touch command, the cat command, and the redirect operator.

https://vitux.com/create-file-in-linux-terminal/

[#] Tue May 18 2021 14:26:08 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Network address translation part 4 - Conntrack troubleshooting

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This is the fourth post in a series about network address translation (NAT). The first article introduced how to use the iptables/nftables packet tracing feature to find the source of NAT-related connectivity problems. The second article introduced the “conntrack” command. The third article gave an introduction to the “conntrack” event framework. This article shows how […]

https://fedoramagazine.org/network-address-translation-part-4-conntrack-troubleshooting/

[#] Tue May 18 2021 16:43:22 EDT from rss <>

Subject: 10 IT Networking Protocols Skills to Land Your Dream Job

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This is the fourth article of the series, which aims at making you aware of ‘Top Network Protocol Skills in demand’. It is important to note that the skill set keeps on changing as per the demand of the market and requirements. We will try to keep you updated, if there is any major changes in the below statistics.

https://www.tecmint.com/networking-protocols-skills-to-land-your-dream-job/

[#] Tue May 18 2021 18:45:22 EDT from rss <>

Subject: 9to5Linux Weekly Roundup: May 16th, 2021

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The thirty-third installment of the 9to5Linux Weekly Roundup is here for the week ending on May 16th, keeping you guys up to date with the most important things happening in the Linux world.

https://9to5linux.com/9to5linux-weekly-roundup-may-16th-2021

[#] Tue May 18 2021 21:02:37 EDT from rss <>

Subject: 4 essential characteristics of successful APIs

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If you are building an application that uses some variation of a client/server model, you need an application programming interface (API). An API is a clearly defined boundary between one process and another. A common boundary in web applications is a REST/JSON API.

https://opensource.com/article/21/5/successful-apis

[#] Tue May 18 2021 23:04:36 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Are you using this magic method for filesystems from Python 3.6?

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This is the seventh in a series of articles about features that first appeared in a version of Python 3.x. Python 3.6 was first released in 2016, and even though it has been out for a while, many of the features it introduced are underused and pretty cool. Here are three of them.

https://opensource.com/article/21/5/python-36-features

[#] Wed May 19 2021 01:21:52 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Manage your Raspberry Pi with Cockpit

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Last year, I wrote about using Cockpit to manage my Linux servers. It is a web-based tool that gives you a clean, powerful interface for managing multiple servers and their associated services and applications. It also eases regular day-to-day administrative tasks.

https://opensource.com/article/21/5/raspberry-pi-cockpit

[#] Wed May 19 2021 03:39:07 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to Exclude in Grep

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grep is a powerful command-line tool that is used to search one or more input files for lines that match a regular expression and writes each matching line to standard output. In this article, we’re going to show you how to exclude one or multiple words, patterns, or directories when searching with grep.

https://linuxize.com/post/grep-exclude/

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