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[#] Sun Jun 27 2021 07:44:43 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Try Chatwoot, an open source customer relationship platform

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Chatwoot is an open source customer relationship platform built with Ruby and Vue.js. It was written from scratch to allow customer-relations teams to build end-to-end platforms for ticket management and support.This article looks at Chatwoot's architecture, installation, and key features.Chatwoot's architectureChatwoot requires the following components to function properly:read more

[#] Sun Jun 27 2021 12:39:46 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How To View The Contents Of An Archive Or Compressed File In Linux

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This tutorial teaches you how to view the contents of an archive or compressed file without extracting it in 10 different ways in Linux.

[#] Sun Jun 27 2021 15:58:01 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Install Docker on Ubuntu: A Step-by Step Guide

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Learn how to install Docker on Ubuntu in this easy to follow guide for beginners. Just follow the steps and start using Docker in a matter of minutes.

[#] Mon Jun 28 2021 14:13:49 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Introduction to image builder

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Image Builder is a tool that allows you to create custom OS images (based on the upstream project Weldr), and it’s included in the base repos so you can build images right from the start. You can use the command line or a Cockpit plugin, and it’s a fairly simple and straightforward process which allows […]

[#] Mon Jun 28 2021 16:31:04 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Linux Kernel 5.13 Released. New Features and Download Details inside.

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Linux Torvalds announced the release of Linux Kernel 5.13. Here's a recap of the new features and we give you the details on downloading this Kernel.

[#] Mon Jun 28 2021 18:17:49 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to Install Manjaro Linux

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Manjaro is a Linux distribution that debuted in 2011 and has been rising in popularity ever since. It’s based on Arch Linux, which is generally thought of as a powerful distro built for Linux experts. Manjaro harnesses the power of Arch but presents it in a user-friendly package.

[#] Mon Jun 28 2021 20:04:34 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to Install Shlink URL Shortener with Nginx on Ubuntu 20.04

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Shlink is an open-source and self-hosted URL shortener written in PHP. In this tutorial, I will show you how to install Shlink on Ubuntu 20.04.

[#] Mon Jun 28 2021 21:51:20 EDT from rss <>

Subject: 5 Ways to find a Linux User ID (UID) in Ubuntu 20.04

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The User ID or UID in Linux is a unique entity through which a user is identified on a system. Every user on a Linux system has a dedicated UID. This guide shows you 5 different ways to find the UID of a user on Linux.

[#] Mon Jun 28 2021 23:54:21 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to remove an unneeded GUI from a Red Hat Enterprise Linux server

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Is a GUI necessary on a server? Many sysadmins say 'no.' If you're one of those, find out how to remove it.

[#] Tue Jun 29 2021 01:41:05 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to archive files on FreeDOS

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On Linux, you may be familiar with the standard Unix archive command: tar. There's a version of tar on FreeDOS too (and a bunch of other popular archive programs), but the de facto standard archiver on DOS is Zip and Unzip. Both Zip and Unzip are installed in FreeDOS 1.3 RC4 by more

[#] Tue Jun 29 2021 03:27:52 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Best Free Alternatives to Google Public DNS

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Choosing a reliable DNS hosting provider is important for a few reasons particularly redundancy, speed, and security. They can improve web browsing experience, offer accurate results without redirects, and more.

[#] Tue Jun 29 2021 05:14:35 EDT from rss <>

Subject: 5 Ways to Count the Number of Lines in a File

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On Linux, you can do a single task in several ways. Likewise, if you want to count the number of lines in single or multiple files, you can use different commands. In this article, I’ll share five different ways including that you can use to print a total number of lines in a large file.

[#] Tue Jun 29 2021 07:01:20 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to parse Bash program configuration files

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Keeping program configurations separate from code is important. It enables non-programmers to alter configurations without having to modify the program's code. With compiled binary executables, that would be impossible for non-programmers because it not only requires access to source files (which we do have with open source programs) but also a programmer's skill set. Few people have that, and most people don't want to more

[#] Tue Jun 29 2021 08:48:05 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Simultaneous assembly Python External C++ procedures returning vector and integer

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Simultaneous assembly of two Python External C++ procedures returning sum and sequence of factorials of the first n members of the natural series via Python API.Looks like under any circumstances building external Python procedure in C++ has a significant advantage over C. Just should be configured to run "gcc" properly against C++ code.

[#] Tue Jun 29 2021 10:39:27 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Linux Kernel 5.13 Officially Released, This Is What’s New

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The Linux kernel 5.13 series has been officially released today by Linus Torvalds as the latest and greatest Linux kernel branch packed full of new features, updated drivers, and improvements for better hardware support.

[#] Tue Jun 29 2021 12:28:40 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Query your Linux operating system like a database

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Linux offers a lot of commands to help users gather information about their host operating system: listing files or directories to check attributes; querying to see what packages are installed, processes are running, and services start at boot; or learning about the system's hardware.Each command uses its own output format to list this information. You need to use tools like grep, sed, and awk to filter the results to find specific information. Also, a lot of this information changes frequently, leading to changes in the system's more

[#] Tue Jun 29 2021 14:15:24 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to Install WSL 2 (Windows Subsystem for Linux) on Windows 10

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Unlike the previous version, WSL 2 uses a lightweight virtual machine enabling users to run Linux natively on Windows 10. In this tutorial we will install WSL 2 on Windows 10.

[#] Tue Jun 29 2021 16:04:11 EDT from rss <>

Subject: GNU Linux-Libre 5.13 Kernel Is Here for Those Who Seek 100% Freedom for Their PCs

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Alexandre Oliva announced today the release of the GNU Linux-libre 5.13 kernel for those who want to use a 100% free version of Linux kernel 5.13 on their GNU/Linux computers.

[#] Tue Jun 29 2021 18:15:05 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Trio of embedded PC series certified for Baidu PaddlePaddle AI tools

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Nexcom adds 8-inch and 12.1-inch products to its Panel PC family. The new Bay Trail-based units provide wider operating temperatures, AR, auto dimming and more Gbit Ethernet ports. Neousys Technology has announced that three of its embedded computer series have been certified by Baidu as compatible with Baidu’s PaddleX development tool. PaddleX is a tool […]

[#] Tue Jun 29 2021 20:32:20 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Linus Torvalds launches Linux 5.13 after just seven release candidates

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M1 support, interesting Azure integrations and RISC-V love among notable features. Linus Torvalds has released version 5.13 of the Linux kernel after a very smooth development process that required just seven release candidates.…

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