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[#] Mon Sep 06 2021 14:50:34 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Linux for Starters: Your Guide to Linux – Try Different Desktops – Part 16

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We explore different desktop environments you can try without installing a different flavour of Ubuntu. There’s KDE, XFCE, MATE, and Budgie.

https://www.linuxlinks.com/linux-starters-guide-linux-different-desktops/

[#] Mon Sep 06 2021 17:07:49 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to replace MS Office with open-source ONLYOFFICE Docs integrated in SharePoint

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In this tutorial, we’ll learn how to connect ONLYOFFICE to Sharepoint using WOPI, a Web Application Open Platform Interface protocol intended to standardize the integration process.

https://www.howtoforge.com/how-to-replace-ms-office-with-open-source-onlyoffice-docs-integrated-in-sharepoint/

[#] Mon Sep 06 2021 19:09:50 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How To Solve Initramfs Error In Fedora Linux

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This brief guide explains how to solve initramfs error in Fedora Linux by manually repairing the file systems using fsck command.

https://ostechnix.com/solve-initramfs-fedora/

[#] Mon Sep 06 2021 21:27:04 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Antivirus on Linux: Should I Really Use it and if So, When Do I Need it?

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For Windows users, installing an antivirus software on their system has become one of the first steps over the years. But for a Linux system, the choice is not as clear. There are some situations when running an antivirus on Linux makes sense, but the average Linux desktop isn’t one of them.

https://linuxiac.com/antivirus-on-linux/

[#] Mon Sep 06 2021 23:44:19 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Mozilla Firefox 92 Is Now Available for Download, Here’s What’s New

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Mozilla’s Firefox 92 open-source and cross-platform web browser is now available for download a day ahead of the official release on September 7th, 2021.

https://9to5linux.com/mozilla-firefox-92-is-now-available-for-download-heres-whats-new

[#] Tue Sep 07 2021 01:52:02 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to Install Radicale Calendar (CalDAV and CardDAV) on Ubuntu 20.04

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Radicale is a free and open-source CalDAV (Calendars, to-do lists) and CardDav (contacts) server. In this tutorial, you will learn how to install and configure Radicale on Ubuntu 20.04.

https://www.howtoforge.com/how-to-install-radicale-caldav-and-carddav-on-ubuntu-20-04/

[#] Tue Sep 07 2021 04:09:17 EDT from rss <>

Subject: GitHub merges 'useless garbage' says Linus Torvalds as new NTFS support added to Linux kernel 5.15

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Linus Torvalds will pull Paragon Software's NTFS driver into the 5.15 kernel source – but he complained about the use of a GitHub merge in the submission, saying that GitHub "creates absolutely useless garbage merges."

https://go.theregister.com/feed/www.theregister.com/2021/09/06/github_merges_useless_garbage_says/

[#] Tue Sep 07 2021 06:11:17 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Finnix 123 Linux Distro for System Administrators Is Out Based on Debian Bullseye

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Ryan Finnie released today Finnix 123 as the newest version of his Debian-based live Linux distro for system administrators.

https://9to5linux.com/finnix-123-linux-distro-for-system-administrators-is-out-based-on-debian-bullseye

[#] Tue Sep 07 2021 08:33:11 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How To Take Integer Input From Command Line In Python

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Check out this tutorial to learn about how to take Integer input from command line in Python 3 and Python 2.

https://www.nbshare.io/notebook/956257822/How-To-Take-Integer-Input-From-Command-Line-In-Python/

[#] Tue Sep 07 2021 10:36:12 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Why we abandoned open source: LiveCode CEO on retreat despite successful kickstarter

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Open source business model problems for modern-day HyperCard. Interview An easy to use programming language that was made open source in 2014 after a successful crowdfunding campaign is going back to closed source after too many customers switched to using it for free.…

https://go.theregister.com/feed/www.theregister.com/2021/09/06/livecode_interview/

[#] Tue Sep 07 2021 12:47:03 EDT from rss <>

Subject: HP Linux Imaging and Printing (HPLIP) Drivers Now Support Linux Mint 20.2 and RHEL 8.4

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The HP Linux Imaging and Printing (HPLIP) drivers have been updated to version 3.21.8, a release that adds support for some recent GNU/Linux distributions and new HP printers.

https://9to5linux.com/hp-linux-imaging-and-printing-hplip-drivers-now-support-linux-mint-20-2-and-rhel-8-4

[#] Tue Sep 07 2021 15:04:18 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Updated Python support in VS Code brings browser editing and ditches open-source language server for Pylance

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Microsoft has updated Python support in Visual Studio Code, introducing editing in a web browser. The company has also archived its open-source Python language server in favour of the closed-source Pylance. The Python Extension has over 41 million installs, according to the stats, versus just over 3 million for a third-party Python extension, which uses pyLint or flake8 for the linter (both open source).

https://go.theregister.com/feed/www.theregister.com/2021/09/07/python_extension_vs_code_september/

[#] Tue Sep 07 2021 17:06:18 EDT from rss <>

Subject: ClamAV 0.104 Antivirus Engine Now Comes with Official Docker Images

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ClamAV is an open source cross-platform antivirus software which is used in a variety of situations including email scanning, web scanning, and endpoint security. ClamAV 0.104 has been released a few days ago with major changes and new LTS (Long Term Support) program.

https://linuxiac.com/clamav-0-104/

[#] Tue Sep 07 2021 19:23:33 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to use BusyBox on Linux

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It's easy to take Linux commands for granted. They come bundled with the system when you install Linux, and we often don't question why they're there. Some of the basic commands, such as cd, kill, and echo aren't always independent applications but are actually built into your shell. Others, such as ls, mv, and cat are part of a core utility package (often GNU coreutils specifically). But there are always alternatives in the world of open source, and one of the most interesting is BusyBox.

https://opensource.com/article/21/8/what-busybox

[#] Tue Sep 07 2021 21:40:48 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Firefox 93 Enters Public Beta Testing with AVIF Support Enabled by Default

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A few hours ahead of the launch of the Firefox 92 release, Mozilla promoted today the upcoming Firefox 93 web browser to the beta channel for public testing.

https://9to5linux.com/firefox-93-enters-public-beta-testing-with-avif-support-enabled-by-default

[#] Tue Sep 07 2021 23:48:58 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to Boot a System into Rescue Mode from Installation DVD/ISO on CentOS 7

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2DayGeeK: This quick tutorial describes how to boot a CentOS 7 system into rescue mode from Installation DVD/ISO.

https://www.2daygeek.com/boot-into-rescue-mode-from-installation-dvd-iso-centos-7-rhel-7/

[#] Wed Sep 08 2021 01:50:59 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Use lspci on Linux to see your hardware

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When you're running Linux on a desktop or server, sometimes you need to identify the hardware in that system. One command used for this is lspci. It works by showing all devices attached to the PCI bus. It's provided by the pciutils package and is available for a wide range of Linux and BSD-based operating systems.

https://opensource.com/article/21/9/lspci-linux-hardware

[#] Wed Sep 08 2021 04:08:13 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Snyk founder: 'Developers need to care about security. Make it part of your core KPIs. It starts with people'

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Guy Podjarny on the challenges of crafting and shipping secure code. Interview In an interview with Snyk founder and president Guy Podjarny on the challenges of secure application development, he told us: "Any solution that predicates on developers becoming security experts is doomed to fail."…

https://go.theregister.com/feed/www.theregister.com/2021/09/07/guy_podjarny_snyk/

[#] Wed Sep 08 2021 06:25:28 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Put an editable command at the next prompt

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This post explains two simple ways to send an editable command to a prompt without executing the command.

https://www.datafix.com.au/BASHing/2021-09-08.html

[#] Wed Sep 08 2021 08:27:28 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Q&A trip to Linux's Black Hole - /dev/null

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As per NASA, “A black hole is a place in space where gravity pulls so much that even light can not get out”. Something similar exists in the Linux universe as well - it discards anything written to it and when read, just returns an EOF (end-of-file). It’s a special file which is also referred to as null device - /dev/null

https://www.linuxjournal.com/content/qa-trip-linuxs-black-hole-devnull

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