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[#] Thu Jul 15 2021 12:43:07 EDT from ParanoidDelusions

Subject: Re: 5 Rust tools worth trying on the Linux command line

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In other words, "the learning curve and difficulty haven't really changed in the last 30 years." 




Wed Jul 14 2021 22:14:16 EDT from rss <> Subject: 5 Rust tools worth trying on the Linux command line
Linux inherited a lot from Unix, which has been around for a half-century. This means most of the tools you use in your Linux terminal probably either have a very long history or were written to emulate those historical commands. It's a point of pride in the POSIX world that tools don't need constant reinvention. In fact, there's a subset of Linux users today who could run a version of Linux from before they were born without having to learn anything new. It's tried, true, and more


[#] Thu Jul 15 2021 13:01:27 EDT from rss <>

Subject: 5 hidden gems in Python 3

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Python has made a name for itself in the world of programming for being easy to learn, easy to read, and reasonably easy to debug. It's seen as a good starting language because it can usually resolve complex concepts such as data types on the programmer's behalf. It's considered easy to read because its syntax is simple and it enforces predictable formatting. And it's easy to debug because not only does it catch many errors on its own, it also integrates with advanced tools like GNU Debugger (gdb.) And that was its reputation before Python more

[#] Thu Jul 15 2021 14:17:42 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Add User to Group in Linux, How to Do It (with Examples)

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Linux user and group is an essential part of Linux security. In this article we will show you how to add a user to a group in Linux system. We will also learn how to view the groups and group ID of any user account.

[#] Thu Jul 15 2021 15:33:57 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Monitor your home&#039;s temperature and humidity with Raspberry Pis and Prometheus

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Data is beautiful. As a #CitizenScientist, I enjoy gathering data and trying to make sense of the world around me. At work, we use Prometheus to gather metric data from our clusters, and at home, I use Prometheus to gather data from my hobbies. This article explores how to take an application—a Python script that gathers temperature and humidity data from a sensor—and instrument it to provide data in a model that Prometheus can more

[#] Thu Jul 15 2021 16:50:12 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Proxmox Backup Server 2.0 Released, Based on Debian 11

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Proxmox Backup Server is free and open source enterprise backup solution for backing up and restoring virtual machines, containers, and physical hosts. Its latest version comes with Single Sign-On support, the newer Linux kernel 5.11, and including OpenZFS 2.0.

[#] Thu Jul 15 2021 17:57:21 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Elementary OS – A Linux Distro for Windows and macOS Users

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Elementary OS is a Ubuntu-based GNU/Linux distribution, which started as a theme and application set for Ubuntu which later turns out to be an independent Linux distribution. It inherits the legacy of Ubuntu OS and shares Ubuntu’s software Center for package management.

[#] Thu Jul 15 2021 19:13:36 EDT from rss <>

Subject: LibreOffice 7.2 release candidate reveals effort to be Microsoft-compatible

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Also: New built-in UNO inspector. What's UNO? Read on...The Document Foundation has released LibreOffice 7.2 RC1, including a large number of fixes intended to improve import and export compatibility with Microsoft Office.…

[#] Thu Jul 15 2021 20:29:50 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Microsoft just blew up the only reason you cant use a Linux desktop

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For almost 30 years, the number one reason Windows users have given for not running Linux is they couldn[he]#039[/he]t run their programs on it. Now that Windows 365 Cloud PC is almost here that excuse has just been blown to bits.

[#] Thu Jul 15 2021 21:46:05 EDT from rss <>

Subject: 4 steps to create Linux users from a csv file with Ansible

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Automate Linux user account creation in four simple steps with Ansible.

[#] Thu Jul 15 2021 23:02:21 EDT from rss <>

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

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In the following guide, you will learn how to install Shlink URL Shortener on Ubuntu 20.04 LTS with complete steps, screenshots and a NGINX configuration set up. Shlink is a free, open-source self-hosted URL shortener written in PHP that provides both a REST and a CLI interface to interact with it to generate and manage short URLs. One of the main features and URL shorting is that you can track all visits to these generated URLs such as location, browser, referrer and much more. Additionally, an official Shlink web client uses Shlink’s REST API and provides the user with an optional WebUI.

[#] Fri Jul 16 2021 00:18:35 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Visual Studio 2022 Preview 2 adds C++ build and debugging in WSL2 distributions

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Fancy a spot of weekend tinkering? Amid the puffery over Windows 365, Microsoft also released the second preview of Visual Studio 2022 with some intriguing features for Windows Subsystem for Linux 2 users.…

[#] Fri Jul 16 2021 01:34:50 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Why cloud databases are taking over the world

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It’s a question of scale. Sponsored The cloud has a habit of breathing new life into venerable and slightly dull mature markets, making them exciting again. We've seen it with everything from enterprise application software through to hosted storage, but perhaps the most impressive turnaround has been in databases. Two decades ago, relational databases running in your own data center or a colocation center were standard, and that hadn't changed in years. Then, the cloud brought sexy back to databases.…

[#] Fri Jul 16 2021 02:35:53 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Microsoft just blew up the only reason you cant use a Linux desktop

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For almost 30 years, the number one reason Windows users have given for not running Linux is they couldn[he]#039[/he]t run their programs on it. Now that Windows 365 Cloud PC is almost here that excuse has just been blown to bits.

[#] Fri Jul 16 2021 03:52:05 EDT from rss <>

Subject: The Best Microsoft Excel Alternatives for Linux

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When it comes to creating and editing spreadsheets, Microsoft Excel is probably the most popular program that can make everything from household budget spreadsheets to management reports for large companies. However, the Microsoft software is not natively available for Linux and its cost might be a formidable obstacle for many users.

[#] Fri Jul 16 2021 05:08:20 EDT from rss <>

Subject: NewsFlash - follow your favorite blogs and news sites

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NewsFlash is a program designed to complement an already existing web-based RSS reader account. NewsFlash combines all the advantages of web based services like syncing across all your devices with everything you expect from a modern desktop program: Desktop notifications, fast search and filtering, tagging, handy keyboard shortcuts and having access to all your articles as long as you like.

[#] Fri Jul 16 2021 06:24:35 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Nginx Optimization Tuning with Caching

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Nginx is a powerful web application software to run websites with. However, a key feature is missed most times when deployed as a front for back end servers. That is the ability Nginx has over HAProxy in catching static resources quite easy with writing to disk or if you have a beefy server with quite an abundance of RAM adding the cache to memory for ultimate performance. In the following tutorial, you will learn some examples of how to improve caching that will see instant improves in your website speeds.

[#] Fri Jul 16 2021 07:40:51 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to Fix “Repository Does Not Have Release File” Error

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If you add new PPA, you will often encounter the “repository does not have a release file” error. Here is how you can fix it in Ubuntu.

[#] Fri Jul 16 2021 08:57:05 EDT from rss <>

Subject: PhotoRec – Recover Deleted or Lost Files in Linux

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When you delete a file accidentally or intentionally on your system using ‘shift + delete‘ or delete option or empty Trash, the file content is not destroyed from the hard disk (or any storage media).

[#] Fri Jul 16 2021 10:13:21 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Valve Unveils Steam Deck Gaming Handheld Powered by Arch Linux and KDE Plasma

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Valve unveiled today Steam Deck, their latest gadget that dubs as a 7-inch handheld gaming PC powered by Arch Linux-based SteamOS and the KDE Plasma desktop environment.

[#] Fri Jul 16 2021 11:29:35 EDT from rss <>

Subject: GNOME 41 - New Features & Release Date

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We summarize the available information for GNOME 41 release here and brief you about the new features, schedules.

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