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[#] Sun May 30 2021 03:28:04 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Building a more privacy preserving ads-based ecosystem

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Advertising is central to the internet economy. It funds many free products and services. But it is also very intrusive. It is powered by ubiquitous surveillance and it is used in ways that harm individuals and society. The advertising ecosystem is fundamentally broken in its current form. Advertising does not need to harm consumer privacy. […]

[#] Sun May 30 2021 05:30:03 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to reset password expiration, age and history on Linux

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User management is an important part of Linux administration, so it's essential to know about all the user accounts on a Linux system. Some common user administration tasks are to list users, disable a user account, or create and modify user accounts.

[#] Sun May 30 2021 07:49:05 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How To Install Python With Conda

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Tutorial on how to install Python3.9 using Anaconda

[#] Sun May 30 2021 17:31:14 EDT from rss <>

Subject: LibreOffice 7.2 - New Features and Release Details

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There are plenty of new features and fixes that are coming up in the next LibreOffice 7.2. Some of them are much needed and long-awaited. Here are some of the major new features that LibreOffice 7.2 brings for you.

[#] Mon May 31 2021 03:58:10 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Join upstream maintainers in this new free online event

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Imagine the chaos that would occur if all open source software vanished with the snap of a finger. Picture the devices that would turn to bricks in our hands, the infrastructure that would fail, and the machinery that would fall silent. The truth is we probably don[he]#039[/he]t stop to think about all the open source libraries, frameworks, and components we depend on—until something goes wrong.

[#] Mon May 31 2021 06:15:53 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to Create and Manage Btrfs File System in Linux

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Btrfs or B-tree file system is a GPL-licensed copy-on-write (COW) was developed by multiple companies as follows Oracle, Redhat, Fujitsu, Intel, Facebook, Linux Foundation, Suse, etc. Brtfs will support maximum up-to 16 exbibyte and filesize can be maximum up-to 8 exbibyte, due to limitation of kernel.

[#] Mon May 31 2021 08:22:06 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Best Privacy-Focused Alternatives to Google Search

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Google Search is a hugely popular web search engine with more than 92% market share. But they are many who are concerned about how the service tracks them. If you believe that Google invades your privacy, what alternatives do we recommend?

[#] Mon May 31 2021 10:42:56 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Get started with Kubernetes using chaos engineering

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Kubernetes is turning 11, so I[he]#039[/he]ll be celebrating its birthday by giving you some open source tools that will help you cause chaos. Chaos engineering is part science, part planning, and part experiments. It[he]#039[/he]s the discipline of experimenting on a system to build confidence in the system[he]#039[/he]s capability to withstand turbulent conditions in production. Before I start passing out the gifts, in this introductory article, I will explain the basics of how chaos engineering works.

[#] Mon May 31 2021 12:51:54 EDT from rss <>

Subject: LFCA: Learn the Basic Concepts of DevOps – Part 21

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DevOps has been a trending topic for quite a while now and has managed to draw the attention of technology professionals and enterprises alike. As a beginner, it can be challenging wrapping your head around the concept of DevOps, and in this topic, we will flesh out the basic concepts of this internet buzzword.

[#] Mon May 31 2021 15:03:50 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How To Reset Root Password In MySQL 8 On Ubuntu Linux

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Did you forget MySQL root password? This step by step guide explains how to reset root password in MySQL 8 on Ubuntu 20.04 operating systems.

[#] Mon May 31 2021 17:06:00 EDT from rss <>

Subject: IRC Announcement

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Since its beginnings, the Fedora Project has used the freenode IRC network for our project communications. The Fedora Project is moving our IRC communications to Libera.Chat.

[#] Mon May 31 2021 19:24:23 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Firefox 89 Is Now Available for Download with Fresh New Look, Improved Privacy

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The Mozilla Firefox 89 web browser is now available for download, bringing a fresh new look for Linux users, improved privacy settings, as well as various other changes.

[#] Mon May 31 2021 21:27:24 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Firefox Plans for Long-Awaited Native Translation Feature

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No more installing additional extensions. You can get the Firefox Translation feature - right at the browser window natively. You can easily translate to English and other available languages. Here's how.

[#] Mon May 31 2021 23:44:39 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to manage AWS IAM using aws-cli

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Managing IAM Users, Groups, and Roles from your terminal is easy and interesting, you just need to execute the commands to achieve the task. In this article, we will see the commands to create Users, Groups, and Roles.

[#] Tue Jun 01 2021 02:01:55 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Linux Mint 20.2 “Uma” Announced with New Bulk Renaming App, Beta Is Coming Mid-June

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The Linux Mint project announced today that they are working on the next major release of their Ubuntu-based distribution for the masses, Linux Mint 20.2.

[#] Tue Jun 01 2021 04:03:54 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Setting up PyQT5 && Mariadb CRUD Application on Fedora Server 34

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Code posted below is actually a kind of POC and may be freely modified any way you like. It is testing standard connection setup Python 3.9.5 to native Fedora's Mariadb-Server running on Server Edition Fedora 34 with Deepin Desktop installed. Here I have to notice then on KDE Plasma 5.20 Desktop instance on the same server seems to be a better choice for PyQT5 windowing running CRUD application with any of Mariadb 10.5 or PostgreSQL 13.2 .

[#] Tue Jun 01 2021 06:21:09 EDT from rss <>

Subject: The little museum and its data

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A small room in the basement was cleared out to make room for a server rack and a desk and chair. The City hired an IT person to network the various museum computers, connect them to the Internet and build a museum website with nice words and pictures. The IT person did not actually work very hard. The servers all ran Linux and had years of uptime between cable renewals. When the IT person was in the server room, which was not often, she sat reading sysadmin blogs and learning new computer languages.

[#] Tue Jun 01 2021 08:38:24 EDT from rss <>

Subject: 10 ‘free’ Commands to Check Memory Usage in Linux

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Linux is one of the most popular open source operating system and comes with huge set of commands. The most important and single way of determining the total available space of the physical memory and swap memory is by using “free” command.

[#] Tue Jun 01 2021 10:55:39 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to Install Asterisk 18 VoIP Server on CentOS 8

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Asterisk is a powerful digital PBX and VoIP server released under an open-source license. In this post, we will explain how to install Asterisk on CentOS 8 server.

[#] Tue Jun 01 2021 13:15:21 EDT from rss <>

Subject: A fresh new Firefox is here

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In today’s major release, Firefox sports a fresh new design that gets you where you’re going online, fast and distraction-free. And since we’re all about privacy, we’re also expanding integrated privacy protections in Firefox, so you feel safe and free to be yourself online thanks to fewer eyes following you across the web.The post A fresh new Firefox is here appeared first on The Mozilla Blog.

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