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[#] Tue May 25 2021 18:32:40 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to monitor Socket connections using ss command

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In this guide, we'll show you how to monitor socket connections in Linux using ss command.

[#] Tue May 25 2021 19:48:57 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to Remove Lines from a File Using Sed Command

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streaming editor (sed) is an important tool when you work with parsing and transforming text in your nix-based systems. It is used for finding, filtering, text substitution, and text manipulations such as insertion, deletion, replace, and search in the text files.

[#] Tue May 25 2021 20:49:55 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Launch Flatpaks from your Linux terminal

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The Flatpak application distribution model is helping developers target Linux in a new and easy way, and it's helping Linux users install more applications without worrying about what version of Linux they're running. It's an exciting technology, and on my Fedora Silverblue system, it's the default package installation method. All of my desktop applications on Silverblue and several of my favorites I use on Slackware are running as more

[#] Tue May 25 2021 22:06:10 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How To Find And Move Files In Xubuntu File Manager (Thunar)

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Xubuntu is a variant of Ubuntu that uses the XFCE desktop environment. In this distribution the user will not find the default Ubuntu file manager (Nautilus), because Xubuntu uses Thunar as the default file manager.

[#] Tue May 25 2021 23:31:22 EDT from rss <>

Subject: The Incrementing Fill-Down Error

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WGS84 is the geodetic datum used in most GPS units. Updates to that datum aren't called WGS85, WGS86 or WGS87; they're all still WGS84. So why do I see those larger version numbers in my data audits? I blame spreadsheets and a particular kind of filling-down. Here's how to find this error on the command line.

[#] Wed May 26 2021 00:32:22 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to manage an AWS RDS instance using aws-cli

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You can easily create and manage RDS resources using aws-cli commands. In this article, we will see the commands to create an RDS MySql Instance and how to make a snapshot of the database.

[#] Wed May 26 2021 01:48:37 EDT from rss <>

Subject: PC/104 boards keep the legacy alive with Quadro P1000 and Intel Braswell

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Adlink announced the “CM5-P1000,” the first PC/104 board equipped with Nvidia’s Quadro P1000 graphics. Meanwhile, ICOP has introduced a PC/104 form-factor “IBW-6954” SBC with an Intel Braswell CPU. Adlink and ICOP have each announced products that support the legacy PC/104 embedded board form factor and run Linux and Windows 10. Adlink’s CM5-P1000 is billed as […]

[#] Wed May 26 2021 03:04:52 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Why I'm joining Mozilla's Board of Directors

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I was born and raised in Zambia and came to the United States for university. Even though growing up, I had almost no exposure to computers, I chose to study …

[#] Wed May 26 2021 04:21:07 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Systemd-free antiX 19.4 Release Brings Latest Debian Packages and Updates

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Debian-based, systemd-free Linux distribution antiX 19.4 is released. This is what's new.

[#] Wed May 26 2021 05:37:22 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Arm announces first Armv9 cores, including powerhouse Cortex-X2

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Arm unveiled its first Armv9 cores: Cortex-X2 (16% faster than -X1), Cortex-A710 (10% faster than -A78), and Cortex-A510 (35% faster than -A55), all with at least twice the AI power of their predecessors. After announcing the Armv9 architecture in March, Arm has quickly followed up with the first three core IP designs based on it: […]

[#] Wed May 26 2021 06:53:37 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Turn Your Tablet Or Phone Into A Graphic Tablet / Touch Screen For Your Desktop With Weylus

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Weylus is a tool similar to the macOS & iPad Sidecar feature, which turns your tablet or mobile phone into a graphic tablet / touch screen, and allows mirroring or extending the desktop screen to a phone or tablet.

[#] Wed May 26 2021 08:09:52 EDT from rss <>

Subject: 6 exciting new ShellHub features to look for in 2021

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ShellHub is a cloud server that allows universal access to your networked devices from any external network. Using it prevents being blocked by firewalls or overly complex networks because ShellHub uses the HTTP protocol to encapsulate the SSH protocol. This transport layer allows seamless use on most networks, as it is commonly available and accepted by most companies[he]#039[/he] firewall rules and policies.

[#] Wed May 26 2021 09:14:32 EDT from rss <>

Subject: 8 Best Linux Online Training Courses from Udemy

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Linux is a very popular Operating System used in server, desktop, and mobile computing. Linux platform is the first choice to host Databases, Emails, Applications, and Web. Most of the world-class companies are running on Linux be it Google, Facebook, Wikipedia, Yahoo, Amazon, and the list never ends

[#] Wed May 26 2021 10:30:47 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Foliate – simple and modern GTK eBook viewer

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Foliate is an open source eBook viewer built with GJS (GNOME JavaScript bindings) and Epub.js, a JavaScript library for rendering ePub documents in the browser, across many devices.

[#] Wed May 26 2021 11:51:06 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Mozilla Explains: What are deceptive design patterns?

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Deceptive design patterns are tricks used by websites and apps to get you to do things you might not otherwise do, like buy things, sign up for services or switch your settings. Another phrase used to describe deceptive design patterns is dark patterns*, which was originally coined in 2010 by user experience specialist Harry Brignall, […]

[#] Wed May 26 2021 13:08:02 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Google Fuchsia OS finally rolls out

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Google[he]#039[/he]s mystery operating system, Fuchsia OS, is finally here and being used in the first-generation Nest Hub.

[#] Wed May 26 2021 14:24:17 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to Install Concrete5 CMS with Apache and free Let's Encrypt SSL on Ubuntu 20.04

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Concrete5 is an open-source content management system used to publish content on the internet. It is written in PHP and uses MariaDB as a database backend. It provides an easy-to-use builder that helps you to create pages and content through the web browser.

[#] Wed May 26 2021 17:44:04 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Oracle Linux 8.4 Released with Improved Security, Based on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8.4

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Oracle released today Oracle Linux 8.4 as the latest and greatest version of its enterprise-ready and free operating system based on the freely distributable sources of Red Hat Enterprise Linux.

[#] Wed May 26 2021 19:00:43 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Add and Manage User Accounts in Ubuntu 20.04 LTS

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This article covers user and group management procedures, both from the user interface and from the command line, that you can perform with very simple steps.

[#] Fri May 28 2021 01:58:34 EDT from rss <>

Subject: The Audacity: Audio tool finds new and exciting ways to annoy contributors with a Contributor License Agreement

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Is that a tuning Fork we hear? The saga of the Audacity takeover continued this week with the announcement of a Contributor License Agreement (CLA) by the project's new owners.…

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